Tchami’s ‘World To Me’ gets a world of its own in fresh nine-track remix pack

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Tchami has followed up the recent release of MK‘s tech house take on his tropical-tinged, future house track “World To Me” with a full remix EP for the track. By giving the number a world of its own, Tchami displays just how deeply one’s own production proclivities can affect the outcome of a track. The new EP presents widely different versions of the number, each enjoyable in their own right. From the more lighthearted future bass take by Rootkit, to the sped up arcade style remix by Kidnun, it’s a world not to miss out on.

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See deadmau5 tease a stunning orchestral version of ‘Strobe’ [Watch]

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A cornerstone of any electronic ‘classics’ compilation, “Strobe” is a veteran not only of deadmau5’ wide musical library, but of the genre as a whole. It officially released in 2010 on the producer’s fourth studio album, For Lack of a Better Name.

The instrumental enjoyed an update in 2016 when deadmau5’s mau5trap label released Strobe (Remixes). One year later, Strobe continues to evince its longevity, what with deadmau5 teasing a brand new, unheard orchestral version of the iconic single during a recent live stream on Twitch. “Here’s some sh*t you don’t know about,” deadmau5 declares before playing a brief clip of orchestral Strobe. Touting “actual strings,” the orchestral version can be heard at the 1:20 minute mark, proving to be yet another marvel to come out of deadmau5’ studio.


H/T: EDM Sauce


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San Holo previews latest single, ‘One Thing’

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San Holo ID from Boston last night from EDM

Known for his playful yet moving production style which showcases bright, indie synths and glowing melodies, San Holo has captivated fans from his earlier tracks such as “We Rise” to his recent “I Still See Your Face,” growing an arsenal of infectious, colorful pieces that have garnered worldwide support. The Dutch producer has a new surprise up his sleeve that’s guaranteed to be a surefire hit, and Friday, Nov. 17, listeners everywhere can experience the magic.

At a Nov. 11 show in Boston, San Holo dropped the stunning ID which is now titled, “One Thing.” Although the video recording the moment may not capture the highest quality of sound, what’s discernible are airy, touching vocals and an uplifting, euphoric melody. With his latest, “One Thing,” there is no doubt that San Holo’s artistry will once again bring forth his mellifluous, yet innovative sound.

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New Getter Rap Collaboration Teaser

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EDM’S favorite loud mouth, Getter, is currently in the midst of his ‘Big Mouth Tour’ across North America. This past weekend the artist played a sold-out New York City show with up and coming rapper $ki Mask The Slump God. Soon after the show, Getter shot out a tweet confirming of a soon to come collaboration

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Tokimonsta – We Love (Felix Cartal remix)

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TOKiMONSTA is ready to return to creating her dynamic brand of genre-defying electronic music after her long and private journey to recovery from the rare brain disease Moyamyo. With her new album Lune Rouge, set to be released on October 6 via her own label Young Art Records, the Angelo electronica icon has been giving fans a taste of what they can expect on the upcoming project.

The incredibly personal album is comprised of songs that were all written during TOKiMONSTA’s recovery from two invasive brain surgeries. One of these tracks “We Love,” was recently doused with tropical energy by way of a Felix Cartal remix job. The sensual dance origina, which features vocals from MNDR, gets an even bouncier face lift with Cartal adding some funky percussion and mellowed, tropical house elements.


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Tiësto previews ‘Club Life Vol. 5’ as his mix series ventures to China

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Tiësto’s signature Club Life series is expanding its borders once again. The mix brand got its start in Las Vegas, moved to Miami, continued on to Stockholm, and eventually descended in New York City. In an indulgence of wanderlust, Club Life is pushing forward, marking China as its next destination.

The decision to advance Club Life to China is a commercially conscious one — Asia is currently the fastest-growing market for dance music, a reality duly evinced by Live Nation’s timely establishment of Live Nation Electronic Asia, a division devoted to the development of electronic-focused events on the continent.

The fifth installment in the Club Life legacy will debut on Musical Freedom in the fall, followed by a tour in China. While the full track list for CLUBLIFE, Vol. 5 appears below, Tiesto has already offered fans a preview of what remains to come, releasing the third song of the compilation, “Scream,” an electro-house wonder.

CLUBLIFE, Vol. 5 Track List:

1 Tiësto & KSHMR ft Talay Riley – Harder (Harder Mix)
2 Tiësto x Vassy – Faster Than A Bullet
3 Tiësto & John Christian – Scream
4 Tiësto – Carry You Home ft. StarGate & Aloë Blacc (Tiësto)
5 Tiësto – No Worries
6 Tiësto & Sevenn – Boom
7 Tiësto & Diplo – C’mon (John Christian Remix)
8 John Christian – Oldschool
9 Tiësto – Give Me A Fat Beat
10 John Christian – Funkastarz
11 Tiësto & Dzeko – Crazy
12 John Christian – Slurph
13 Tiësto & SWACQ – Sumos
14 SWACQ – Whatsapp
15 Tiësto – Don’t Stop
16 SWACQ – The Impact
17 Tiësto, John Christian, SWACQ – Brolab

H/T: EDM Tunes

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Rødhåd previews the harrowing ‘Escape’ ahead of his debut album, ‘Anxious’

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Few artists can capture the stylistic extremes of techno with as much thoughtful artistry as Rødhåd. The onetime German architect has a unique talent for capturing melodic beauty through subdued tones and complex structure. Simultaneously, he’s able to create an atmosphere of utter, atonal chaos with unmatched ferocity.

One could argue that Rødhåd’s music is far from accessible to most listeners; undeniably, he’s an acquired taste. Yet, the Berghain regular perhaps better epitomizes the notion of proper techno than any other artist currently making waves in the broadly reaching genre.

Rødhåd’s myriad artistic achievements make the news of his forthcoming debut album, Anxious, all the more exciting. In an era that mistakes progressive and deep house for techno more than it acknowledges the genre in its truest form, a full length studio effort from someone of the German producer’s caliber is much needed.

With close to two months remaining until October 20, when Anxious will arrive on the artist’s Dystopian imprint, he’s provided a glimpse of the album by sharing “Escape.” Listed as a “track preview,” the seven-minute piece tests the limits of Rødhåd’s abilities to create a bleak, unsettling sonic universe while also remaining in what is, by all accounts, a more melodic realm for him.

Preview “Escape” and view the Anxious tracklist below:

Tracklist (Via Resident Advisor):

1. Unleash
2. Withheld Walk
3. Escape
4. Brief Respite
5. Awash
6. Glimmer Of Light
7. Target Line feat. Vril
8. Burst
9. Left Behind
10. Cast A Shadow

Featured artwork by Matthias Wehofsky.

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KSHMR previews track with newcomer B3rror at Mysteryland [Listen]

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KSHMR introduced Mysteryland attendees to a relatively unknown producer named B3rror this past weekend. The duo unveiled a brand new collaboration to an incredibly excited crowd.

The hardstyle drop mixed with vocals that sound eerily like Luciana’s is sure to be a hit. B3rror, a young Netherlands-based producer named Thomas Bard, has released a few tracks including “Gamazi” on Tribal Trap and a track called “Nostalgia” on Future House Records, along with a remix of KSHMR’s “Touch.”

Listen to B3rror’s previous releases below, and preview his upcoming collaboration with KSHMR in the video above.

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WATCH: Martin Garrix shows off blissful unreleased track in Ibiza

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Martin Garrix spent the weekend in Ibiza not to vacation, but to deliver a series of shows that will continue tonight, August 14, as he steps behind the decks of Hï Ibiza for his Multiply event. Garrix’s work is not yet over on the Balearic island, but that didn’t stop the Dutch producer from sharing a video of the weekend’s highlights to Facebook.

More interesting than the video recap itself, however, is Garrix’s inclusion of an unreleased track. The release of so many successive IDs typically signals an incoming EP or album, but Garrix has not commented on the possibility of this yet. In the meantime, the artist’s enthusiasts can look forward to his forthcoming release of “Pizza,” his Tomorrowland closing song, due out within the next two weeks.

H/T: EDM Sauce

Featured image by Quinn Tucker, courtesy of Coachella.

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Illenium unveils beautiful new song during Hakkasan Performance

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Illenium joined a stacked 2017 resident lineup with Hakkasan group this year, and during one of his shows this past weekend, the Denver-based producer unveiled a brand new song titled “Beautiful Creatures.”

The blaring drop resonates the listener to their core, and Max Schneider’s melodic vocals are nothing short of beautiful. “Beautiful Creatures” is the 12th track on Illenium’s sophomore album Awakeset to be released on September 21st. No official release date for “Beautiful Creatures” has been announced on whether the producer will release the track ahead of the full album. One thing that is for certain is that we certainly can’t wait to hear more.

H/T: EDMSauce

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