Your Guide To The 2018 Grammys: Will They Leave Kendrick Out In The Cold Again?

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The Grammys are this weekend — Sunday at 7:30PM EST on your local CBS affiliate, to be exact — and as always, we’re (almost certainly naïvely) hoping they won’t suck this time. They probably will; they always do. Yet thanks to a somewhat promising slate of nominees in the major categories, a similarly half-decent … More »

Matrix and Futurebound – Human

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Matrix and Futurebound have released their third single of 2017, Human on Viper Recordings. The drum and bass duo have been on a tour in 2017 that has taken them to the four corners of the globe. The song contains vocals by Raphaella whose work you may know from working with the likes of Rudimental,

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Rudimental Releases Official Video for Their James Arthur Collab ‘Sun Comes Up’

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One of our favorite songs of the summer got a video!

Sub Focus and Rudimental Present Massive Collab ‘Trouble’ [LISTEN]

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The drum n bass powerhouses are coming together for a brand new reggae-infused collab!

Bestival expands to Bali, reveals eclectic lineup and venue

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Bestival, one of the U.K.’s top boutique music festivals, has consistently hosted some of the best acts in dance music at the Isle of Wight and Toronto iterations of the event. The festival is now excited to announce that they will be expanding to Bali, Indonesia for the first time this fall.

It’s difficult to decide which is more impressive: Bestival Bali’s lineup or the venue. Rudimental and Pendulum will headline with DJ sets, alongside what is sure to be an outstanding performance from alt-J. The festival looks to the legends for support, bringing in hip-hop gurus De La Soul and funk music’s spiritual leader George Clinton. Purity Ring, Bag Raiders, and Bestival creator Rob da Bank round out the lineup, with more acts to be announced soon.

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Bestival Bali is set to take place over 240 acres of tropical land at Indonesia’s Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park. Surrounded by 80-foot high cliffs, the breathtaking venue may be worth the trip alone. Taking place on September 30 and October 1, the festival promises to be a truly unique musical experience.

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Rudimental Releases ?Sun Comes Up? featuring James Arthur [LISTEN]

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Rudimental is back with new music!

Rudimental – Sun Comes Up (Feat. James Arthur)

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Giving fans a lingering taste of their upcoming album, Rudimental have released their newest single, “Sun Comes Up.” Working hand-in-hand with friend and English vocalist James Arthur, the combined talents have put forth a track that proves to be nothing short of blissful listening. Searching for a specific vocalist to match their overall vision for the single, Rudimental successfully blends acoustic guitar chords with tropical-house undertones to amount to the perfect daytime beach anthem.

After their latest chart-topping single, “Lay It All On Me,” with UK superstar Ed Sheeran, the popular Drum n’ Bass group have actively made use of the plethora of English talent to accelerate the growth of their musical style. Released on the band’s very own subsidiary label, “Major Toms”, the single manifests the newly directed style that the band foreshadows for the unreleased album.

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Rudimental – Sun Comes Up (Feat. James Arthur)

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Giving fans a lingering taste of their upcoming album, Rudimental have released their newest single, “Sun Comes Up.” Working hand-in-hand with friend and English vocalist James Arthur, the combined talents have put forth a track that proves to be nothing short of blissful listening. Searching for a specific vocalist to match their overall vision for the single, Rudimental successfully blends acoustic guitar chords with tropical-house undertones to amount to the perfect daytime beach anthem.

After their latest chart-topping single, “Lay It All On Me,” with UK superstar Ed Sheeran, the popular Drum n’ Bass group have actively made use of the plethora of English talent to accelerate the growth of their musical style. Released on the band’s very own subsidiary label, “Major Toms”, the single manifests the newly directed style that the band foreshadows for the unreleased album.

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Experience Edible Stages, Insane Music, And World-Class Culture At Wonderfruit Festival

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Thailand’s Wonderfruit Festival is now in its third year, and their continued innovation never ceases to boggle the mind. The festival’s 2016 iteration will take place from December 15th through the 18th in Pattaya, Thailand, and will once again curate a four-day celebration of the arts, including world-class music, brand new stages, wonder feasts, sustainability initiatives, and much, much more.

Wonderfruit has just released phase 2 of its lineup, and with it, a slew of new details regarding Southeast Asia’s budding festival. Interactive art installations by Thailand’s own Jitjer and Tom Potisit will be featured on the grounds, and revered designer Adam Pollina will be creating a brand new roving art car party that can host up to 30 people at once. Even Burning Man’s Gregg Fleishman will be contributing his geometric architectures to The Solar Stage, which will pay tribute to the sunrise and sunsets of each day.

However, one of the most interesting additions is The Farm Stage, a nod to Thailand’s history which is constructed almost entirely out of rice.

“A homage to festival founders’ commitment to celebrating the arts, and to honor the annual village harvesting of rice – the grain steeped in Thailand’s rich history, The Farm Stage stands as one of four exhilarating stages. Inspired by ceremonial aesthetics, the newest Wonderfruit stage is the progeny of visionaries PO-D Architects x Thor, who utilize harvested rice as the principle build medium.”

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Additionally, thanks to Scratch First, a portion of ticket sales will be donated to Indonesia’s Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve, and Wonderfruit will also host the world premier of Plastic Oceans before its 2017 release. A host of workshops and initiatives will also be in place to educate attendees on sustainability, including the presence of Greenpeace to promote renewable energy use.

And of course, the music hasn’t been overlooked in the least. Over event’s four days, Rudimental, Wolf + Lamb, Matador, Kate Simko & London Electronic Orchestra, Eric Volta, and loads more will be providing the soundtrack to Wonderfruit’s transformative experience. Peep the announcement video below for the full scoop, and click here for tickets and more information on Wonderfruit.

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