Where and when to stream Lollapalooza this weekend

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This year, YouTube and YouTube music have exclusive rights to the Lollapalooza live stream for the four-day entirety of the Chicago-housed extended weekend of musical mayhem. The festival previously streamed through Red Bull TV.

The internationally attended mega-festival kicks off Thursday, August 1, and runs through Sunday, August 4, with select sets available for worldwide streaming each day. Electronic lovers who can’t make it out to the Windy City for the real deal will be comforted to know the festival’s standout dance acts like RÜFÜS DU SOL, Flume, Louis The Child, RL Grime, Alesso, and lots more will all make it to the live stream, across its three stylistically designated channels.

The grandiose Grant Park annual affair will this year welcome a cross-genre array of headliners like Kacey Musgraves, The Strokes, The Chainsmokers, and Tame Impala, who will all each be available for live stream, as well.

Full Schedule (in ET):

Thursday, August 1st:
06:30 – Lennon Stella (2)
07:00 – Fitz & The Tantrums (1)
07:15 – Deorro (2)
08:00 – Hozier (1)
08:00 – Rüfüs Du Sol (2)
09:00 – The Chainsmokers (1)
09:15 – The Strokes (2)

Friday, August 2nd:
02:00 – The Nude Party (1)
02:00 – SHAED (2)
02:00 – CRAY (3)
02:45 – Conan Gray (2)
03:00 – Normani (1)
03:00 – Ghostemane (3)
03:45 – half•alive (2)
04:00 – Yultron (3)
04:15 – Sigrid (2)
04:45 – CloZee (3)
05:00 – IDLES (1)
05:15 – HONNE (2)
05:45 – Party Favor (3)
06:00 – Rich the Kid (2)
06:45 – 21 Savage (1)
06:45 – King Princess (2)
06:45 – Gud Vibrations vs Slugz Music (3)
08:00 – Snails (3)
08:45 – Tame Impala (1)
08:45 – FKJ (2)
09:00 – Alesso (3)
09:15 – Death Cab For Cutie (2)

Saturday, August 3rd:
02:00 – The Band Camino (1)
02:00 – Omar Apollo (2)
02:00 – WAVEDASH (3)
02:30 – Diablo (3)
02:45 – Mondo Cozmo (1)
02:50 – Alec Benjamin (2)
03:15 – WHIPPED CREAM (3)
03:30 – Bad Suns (2)
03:45 – Men I Trust (1)
04:00 – Jonas Blue (3)
04:20 – Jade Bird (1)
04:30 – Pink Seat$ (2)
05:00 – 6LACK (1)
05:00 – Loud Luxury (3)
05:15 – Chelsea Cutler (2)
06:00 – Gary Clark Jr. (1)
06:00 – Whethan (2)
06:00 – Elephante (3)
06:45 – Lil Wayne (1)
06:45 – Bring Me the Horizon (2)
07:15 – Gryffin (3)
07:45 – Judah & The Lion (2)
08:30 – RL Grime (3)
08:45 – twenty one pilots (1)
09:00 – Madeon (3)

Sunday, August 4th:
02:00 – slenderbodies (1)
02:00 – GG MAGREE (3)
02:45 – Gunna (1)
02:50 – G Flip (2)
03:15 – Opiuo (3)
04:30 – Masego (2)
04:35 – The Revivalists (1)
05:00 – Boombox Cartel (3)
05:15 – Louis the Child (2)
05:35 – Sharon Van Etten (1)
06:00 – Diesel / Shaquille O’Neal (3)
06:35 – Kacey Musgraves (1)
07:00 – Manic Focus (3)
07:35 – Slash feat. Miles Kennedy (1)
08:00 – Mitski (2)
08:00 – San Holo (3)
08:45 – Flume (2)

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RÜFÜS DU SOL deliver 60 minutes of discerning cuts in new mix [Stream]

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Those who’ve had 2018’s SOLACE on heavy rotation have reason to rejoice: fresh RÜFÜS DU SOL material is upon us. The acclaimed Australian outfit brings listeners a full hour of cerebral house cuts in a brand new mix produced exclusively for the triple j Mix Up series. RÜFÜS DU SOL issue a memorable nod to SOLACE’s “Treat You Better” with Purple Disco Machine’s remix of the track, kicking the hour in gear.

The electronic trio highlight an array of productions from fellow melodic mavens. Original productions from Olivier Giacomotto, Lunar Plane, and KH figure in the mix, as do a myriad of different remixes, like Kynan Cosma’s take on Carlo Whale’s “Alnitak,” and Rigopolar’s rework of Futuristant’s “The Future Dance.” RÜFÜS DU SOL lend a sense of mystique to the mix with the inclusion of a new ID towards the end of the effort. Characteristically mellifluous, the mix both begins and closes with SOLACE track listings: Yotto’s “Dawn” revamp of RÜFÜS DU SOL’s “Underwater” provides a polished finale.

Listen to the mix here.

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Dexter’s Beat Laboratory Vol. 93

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Dexter’s Beat Laboratory is a weekly collection of songs from DA managing editor Robyn Dexter. With a taste that can only be described as eclectic — to say nothing of a name that lends itself to punnery — DA is happy to present a selection of tracks personally curated by Dexter for your listening pleasure.

Listen in playlist format here.

Swedish producer F.O.O.L has a flair for the dramatic. This is impeccably evidenced in each piece of music he creates, and his latest is no exception. His remix of Magic Sword’s “Legend of the Keeper” is a dark, shadow-infested synthwave rendition, using powerful retro synths to drive home an eerie theme. A strong beat makes up the backbone of F.O.O.L’s remix, making this an enticing song for dance music lovers of all persuasions.

The last New Music Friday of May brings with it the arrival of SNBRN highly anticipated Solé LP. Spanning 10 tracks, including previously released singles like “Feel My Love” and “Never Let You Go,” the LA-based producer brings his own brand of flaming-hot house to tracks like “Bailas Conmigo.” “I’m so humbled to share Solé with the people who made it what it is!” the producer said in a release. “My friends, family and fans are all behind this, and it’s been an amazing year preparing everything to share with everyone.”

A few weeks ago, StayLoose (formerly known as StéLouse) reissued a 2014 EP, The City, in a deluxe format that included a rework of “Sixteen,” now titled “Illusions (Sixteen).” He’s added talented vocalist Fatherdude into the mix, bringing a whole new layer to the tune. The song maintains the ’80s elements it initially possessed but is given an even more pop-oriented vibe with the addition of the spirited vocals. It’s ridiculously catchy, and it’s fun to hear how it’s evolved over the years.

After few months after the release of his Anywhere But Here EP, Mielo has tapped Ryan Collins to remix standout single “ILY” with Sarah De Warren. The original was a somewhat somber affair, lush with moody melodies and sultry vocals. Collins has decided to revamp the tone entirely, picking up the pace from start and integrating a pounding house beat early on. This upbeat rendition gives listeners a fresh new way to absorb the intricacies of Mielo’s original, along with Collins’ added elements.

RÜFÜS DU SOL are continuing to celebrate the success of their Solace LP, gradually releasing several volumes of remixes for the October 2018 album. They’re now on volume six, which features three remixes of “Underwater,” two of which are from Anjunadeep’s Yotto. Yotto offers up both a “dusk” and “dawn” remix of the iconic song. The melancholy tune is taken a step deeper by the talented Finnish producer, who’s leaned fully into the moody undercurrents of the song.

NMF Roundup: Madeon returns, Dog Blood release four-track EP + more

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It’s most important day of the week: New Music Friday. With the overwhelming amount of tunes hitting the airwaves today, Dancing Astronaut has you covered with the latest edition of The Hot 25.

At long last, Madeon makes a triumphant return with his first original in years, “All My Friends.” Dog Blood, too, impress with a new four-track EP, Turn Off the Lights. Slander, Said the Sky, and JT Roach concoct brilliant “Potions” in their new release, and Nicky Romero takes on Kygo and Rita Ora’s “Carry On” in a new remix. The Bloody Beetroots and Dr. Fresch prove to be a formidable combo as they deliver their new collaboration, “Fkn Face,” and Yotto puts his own spin on RÜFÜS DU SOL’s iconic “Underwater.” Rinzen brings a touch of magic to Lane 8’s “Visions,” and Deorro eases fans into summer with “Obvious.” Maceo Plex delivers a lengthy, soothing single, “When the Lights Are Out,” and Petit Biscuit and JP Cooper join forces for “We Were Young.” Will Clarke puts a shimmering spin on Phantoms’ “Designs for You,” and Arty brings the “Sunshine” to his newest release. The Chainsmokers and Bebe Rexha dip between pop and dance music on “Call You Mine,” and Sofi Tukker link with Colombian duo Bomba Estéreo for a tropical number, “Playa Grande.” The latest Chase & Status LP has finally arrived, bringing with it songs like “Shut Up,” and Figure teams up with Hi I’m Ghost for “Intergalactic.”

As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed this NMF.

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Shaky Beats offers a healthy helping of day and night soundtracking

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Shaky Beats has become Atlanta’s top destination for caliber electronic dance music since its 2016. Nestled in its scenic, yet accessible home of Central Park, its organizers consistently book a top tier lineup of big room, bass, and beyond. In celebration of its third birthday, the festival has booked one of its most breathtaking lineups yet. Martin Garrix and RÜFÜS DU SOL top the bill, and are joined by the likes of Lane 8, Big Gigantic, Fisher, Ekali, and many more across May 10 and 11.

The festival is only the beginning, however. Shaky Beats will be hosting equally strong after parties all throughout the Georgia locale. Galantis, Big Gigantic, and Gryffin are just a few of the caliber acts taking over the vast Masquerade. Not to mention, the ‘Late Night Parties’ offer a taste of the experience for those who might not be able to attend the festival during the day. Securing top-notch billing from day into night, Shaky Beats brings the best of music, food and

Head here for more information on the festival and its afters, head here for tickets.

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Life is Beautiful unveils 2019 lineup, featuring Zedd, Louis The Child, Billie Eilish, and more

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Life is Beautiful returns to Las Vegas later this year, taking over 18 blocks of the city to host a multi-day festival of today’s biggest names. For its seventh edition, the festival boasts a multi-genre set of talent, with some of EDM’s hottest acts topping the bill.

Festival-goers will have to witness performances by Zedd, RÜFÜS Du Sol, Louis the Child, Gryffin, JAUZ, Oliver Heldens, Whethan, Hot Chip, Lost Kings, OOKAY, Hermitude, DROELOE, and more, along with chart-toppers like Chance The Rapper, Post Malone, Billie Eilish, Vampire Weekend, and Portugal. The Man. Other programming highlights include House of Yes, Pod Save America, Desus & Mero, and Jonathan Van Ness. View the full lineup below.

Festival passes will be on sale beginning Thursday, April 25. Learn more and get tickets here.

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Watch RÜFÜS DU SOL perform ‘Treat You Better’ on Jimmy Kimmel Live

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IAustralian dance trio RÜFÜS DU SOL have consistently been lauded for their live act, having played numerous prominent festivals from Electric Forest to their most recent Coachella 2019 set, and touring an expansive North American itinerary. Now, they bring their performance chops to the late-night screen, marking their first-ever appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The electronic group consisting of Tyrone Lindqvist, Jon George, and James Hunt, took to the stage to perform “Treat You Better” over Kimmel’s airwaves, the fourth single from their 2018 studio album Solace.

With Lindqvist providing impeccable live vocals, George on the keyboard, and Hunt providing the percussion, the trio deliver nothing short of the live brilliance we’ve come to expect, conveying an inspiring performance that exuded magnetic stage energy. The success of Solace has catalyzed RÜFÜS DU SOL’s artistry and career moves, resulting in the trio debuting a 360-degree short film Underwater, securing a Wynn Vegas residency, and taking slots in both weekends of Coachella 2019.

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STREAM NOW: RÜFÜS DU SOL take the stage at Coachella Weekend 1

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There’s no denying it: RÜFÜS DU SOL have taken the electronic music sector by storm, and now, the alternative electronic trio is set to take the stage at Coachella‘s Outdoor Theatre. RÜFÜS DU SOL’s Tyrone Lindqvist, Jon George, and James Hunt have been fixtures of dance music’s live touring circuit since the release of their third studio album, SOLACE. The group hit the road after the arrival of the critically acclaimed production to embark on an expansive North American tour that bore the same title as the LP. From one sold-out stop to the next, RÜFÜS DU SOL collectively worked their way through a number of major U.S. cities to present barefaced renditions of SOLACE inclusions, and to elucidate the raw, cerebral side of electronic music in the process.

The group also landed a residency with Wynn Las Vegas’s NightSwim event series, in a testament to the group’s ever increasing live presence, following fans’ hungry demand for more face to face encounters with the visionaries. Coachella 2019 is a benchmark in Tyrone Lindqvist, Jon George, and James Hunt’s shared artistic career as RÜFÜS DU SOL: the musicians will not only play each of the festival’s two weekends, but will also present their new 360-degree film, Underwater, a production that tells the visual story of the SOLACE inclusion.

Catch RÜFÜS DU SOL’s Weekend 1 performance below. View Coachella’s Weekend 1 live stream schedule in its entirety, here.

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RÜFÜS DU SOL to present 360-degree short film at Coachella, ‘Underwater’

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RÜFÜS DU SOL will expand their artistry beyond just the stage during Coachella 2019’s consecutive weekends. In addition to performing at each of the California festival’s two weekends, the alternative electronic group will also present their new 360-degree film, Underwater. Directed by James Frost, the visual shares the name of SOLACE album inclusion, “Underwater,” the second single released on RÜFÜS DU SOL’s third studio album. Frost is notable for his prior work on Radiohead‘s music video for “House of Cards,” and OK GO‘s “This Too Shall Pass.”

The “Lost In My Mind” trio will debut the production at Coachella’s 11,000 square-foot Antarctic Projection Dome. Devised by HP Inc., the dome is the largest structure in the world of its kind. The geodesic dome is the product of cutting edge technology that enables forward thinking artistic expression. Underwater is a creative endeavor well-suited for an inaugural screening in the Dome, given the short film’s 360-degree format, and its implementation of hi-definition imagery sourced from graphic artists around the world.

“RÜFÜS DU SOL and I have been trying to collaborate for awhile, so when the opportunity arose to create the visual accompaniment to ‘Underwater’ for the HP Antarctic Dome at Coachella, I couldn’t think of a more perfect song and I knew we could create something magical,” Frost said in a press release. “‘Underwater’ is rich with layers, and the piece we’ve created immerses the audience visually and sonically in this expansive dome setting,” Frost added.

RÜFÜS DU SOL will supplement Underwater with a DJ set, and a panel discussion that contemplates technology’s ability to augment the affective power of music. Underwater will first screen on April 11, during an exclusive Coachella VIP event, and will be available for general viewing thereafter.

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Sunday Morning Medicine Vol. 169, with Flume, RÜFÜS DU SOL, Slow Magic, + more

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Sunday Morning Medicine is a feature from Dancing Astronaut dedicated to the mellower side of electronic music. Senior Editor Bella Bagshaw brings you her favorite therapeutic selections—old and new—each week, in attempts to alleviate the agonizing effects of a long weekend of partying.

Let’s begin at the end this Sunday, with the concluding offering, “Spring,” from Flume’s latest mixtape. With help from the eternally strange, Eprom, Flume uses pitched-up vocals and a frenetic, downtempo arrangement, for a resplendent, redolent Sunday soundtrack.

Slow Magic’s take on Manila Killa’s “Wake Up Call” is an echoing, pensive vessel for some Sunday eschewal. Where Manila Killa’s initial offering showcases a sobering groove, Slow Magic’s is one of escapism: a palliative proposition to drift inside a soft blue dream.

Moods takes an already blissed-out Catching Flies cut, “Sunrays” and adds a lulling, looping beat, liable to send listeners into some sunny, sound-induced catharsis.

From RÜFÜS DU SOL’s enduring, sophomore album comes “Brighter,” a song privy to absolving any residual end-of-weekend regrets. Though, nearly any selection from RÜFÜS’s expansive catalog carries some semblance of sunshine.

Now let’s end at the beginning: Flume’s quixotic and vapory “Zimbabwe” rework lives on his first and self-titled album. To spend a Sunday inside Flume’s artistic evolution would surely stave off intrusive work-related thoughts; so, that’s just what Dancing Astronaut is prescribing this week.