Dreamstate Radio Show Hosted by Vini Vici Debuts on SiriusXM

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Earlier this summer Insomniac launched its very own radio station on SiriusXM, dubbed Insomniac Radio, and since then the roster of radio series has been increasing to keep up with the demand of dance music fans throughout the world. Airing 24/7 on channel 730, Insomniac Radio currently hosts a wide range of shows by prominent

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Super Future’s ‘Endless Love’ To Premiere On SiriusXM’s betaBPM

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In just one day, Super Future and Kinnie Lane’s “Endless Love” will officially be premiered on SiriusXM’s betaBPM. We sat down with Super Future to ask him what went into this release. “As it turns out, the song was originally about feeling free and having no bounds whatsoever, the instrumental just gave me that awesome

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SiriusXM and Numerous DJs Pay Respect To Avicii With Their Stories of Him

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Earlier this morning, news came in of the death of the iconic DJ and producer, Avicii. To meditate on the news, SiriusXM’s BPM hosts took calls from fans and artists including Tiësto, The Chainsmokers, Steve Aoki, Laidback Luke and Kaskade. Listen as Tiësto, The Chainsmokers, Steve Aoki, Laidback Luke and Kaskade pay their respect to

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Destructo announces new SiriusXM radio show, debuts elbow-throwing hip-hop cut with Busta Rhymes, ‘F**king Sh*t Up’

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Destructo‘s Rolodex of rappers just grew by one legendary associate — Busta Rhymes. And while Gary Richards normally recruits his favorite rhymers for his signature G-house products, this time around, the pair go all in on a apologetically through-and-through hip-hop beat, aptly titled, “F**king Sh*t Up.” The title leaves no room for subtlety. The track is a mean-mugging, elbow-throwing trap piece with Busta locked in to delivering his characteristically gruff super-spits over tight hi-hat rolls and snappy snare hits. The track comes in conjunction with an exciting announcement from the LiveStyle president’s camp.

Debuting on SiriusXM on April 12, Destructo’s new AMFAMFAMF Radio program will launch on the newly christened Diplo’s Revolution channel. The weekly radio show, slotted for Thursday nights, will showcase the new AMF brand and presumably include numerous cameos by Destructo’s legendary friends circle. Keeping a packed itinerary as per usual, Richards’ All My Friends road stretch is now on sale as his summer tour dates begin to heat up. With a new radio show launching, a tour nearly underway, and a brand new hit to rinse out all summer long, expect Destructo to be in your line of sight at almost every turn.

Diplo Announces His Own Channel On Sirius XM

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Diplo never stops. Starting next week, he will launch his own radio channel, Diplo’s Revolution, exclusively on SiriusXM. The channel, which will launch on Thursday, March 22, will feature global rhythmic music hand-selected by Diplo, as well as regular original shows hosted by Diplo, Dillon Francis and Major Lazer members Jillionaire and Walshy Fire. Diplo’s Revolution

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Nora En Pure to feed deep house desires as host of SiriusXM radio show

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South African-Swiss DJ/producer Nora En Pure is scheduled to host her very own weekly segment, Purified, on SiriusXM‘s Chill channel. The show is set to premiere Saturday, January 13 at 10 pm ET on Chill (channel 53), and can also be found on SiriusXM’s websitePurified will feature a hefty variety of the more mellow facets of dance music, including indie, nu disco, and of course, deep house.

The task is fit for the trustee, as the deep house maven has proven far more than competent, specifically in house/downtempo DJ and production arenas alike. En Pure has long been creating smooth sensations with her music, entrancing the masses with her 2013 breakthrough deep house track “Come With Me.” Since then, she has eclipsed expectations. In 2016 she was entrusted with curating a two-hour mix for Pete Tong‘s “BBC Essential Mix,” and the next year was the only female to play Tomorrowland‘s Mainstage Daybreak Session.

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Nora En Pure Set to Bring Vibes to SiriusXM Chill

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Fresh off being named #42 on 1001 TRacklists Top Producers of 2017, Nora En Pure is bringing some exciting vibes to sound waves in the New Year. In a year that brought us hits, “Tears in Your Eyes”, “Fever” and “Trailblazer” 2017 proved to be a stepping stone to superstardom for Nora. Now, a few

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The Best Streaming Service of 2017

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2017 was a defining year for the streaming industry. As Spotify began to spread its wings and pull away from other music streaming services, Amazon Music quietly gained ground in the streaming space. With more than 20,000 votes for this year’s Dance Music Awards, we are pleased to announce the most popular streaming services from

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These are SiriusXM Electro’s Top 20 songs of 2016

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As 2016 draws increasingly closer to its end, so too do the ubiquitous end-of-year lists celebrating various media outlets and providers’ favorite artists and releases. The newest major provider to weigh in on 2016’s musical rankings is satellite radio giant SiriusXM’s electronic subsidiary, SiriusXM Electro.

For their list, which ranks the top 20 songs of the past year, SiriusXM Electro does a suitable job of valuing mainstream appeal and taste-making equitably, balancing releases from larger artists such as Eric Prydz, Martin Garrix, and Porter Robinson & Madeon with quality cuts from more underground talents like Kölsch and Dusky.

View SiriusXM Electro’s Top 20 list below, and stream the number one entry.

20. Malaa – Notorious
19. Martin Garrix ft. Mesto & Justin Mylo – Bouncybob
18. Wiwek & Skrillex – Killa (Slushii Remix)
17. Kölsch – Grey
16. Sikdope – Snakes
15. 4B x Aazar – Pop Dat
14. Bassnectar – Reaching Out
13. Duke Dumont – Be Here
12. Eric Prydz – Last Dragon
11. Marc Kinchen & Becky Hill – Piece Of Me (Keep That Dub)
10. CID – No!
9. Porter Robinson & Madeon – Shelter
8. Dusky – Ingrid Is A Hybrid
7. Ookay – Thief
6. DJ Snake – Propaganda
5. Tourist – Run
4. Offaiah – Trouble
3. Kideko x George Kwali – Crank It (Woah!)
2. Henry Riton ft. Kah Lo – Rinse & Repeat
1. Flume ft. Kai – Say It

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SiriusXM Counts Down Their Top 20 Tracks Of 2016

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That’s right, it’s another end of year list! This one comes from SiriusXM Electro who is counting down the Top 20 tracks of the station in 2016.

Despite powerful radio performances from both Marshmello and The Chainsmokers in 2016, neither of them appear on the list. Instead, there’s a great amount of variety featuring artists like Tourist, CID, Kölsch, Dusky, Bassnectar, and Offaiah.

20. Malaa – Notorious
19. Martin Garrix ft. Mesto & Justin Mylo – Bouncybob
18. Wiwek & Skrillex – Killa (Slushii Remix)
17. Kölsch – Grey
16. Sikdope – Snakes
15. 4B x Aazar – Pop Dat
14. Bassnectar – Reaching Out
13. Duke Dumont – Be Here
12. Eric Prydz – Last Dragon
11. Marc Kinchen & Becky Hill – Piece Of Me (Keep That Dub)
10. CID – No!
9. Porter Robinson & Madeon – Shelter
8. Dusky – Ingrid Is A Hybrid
7. Ookay – Thief
6. DJ Snake – Propaganda
5. Tourist – Run
4. Offaiah – Trouble
3. Kideko x George Kwali – Crank It (Woah!)
2. Henry Riton ft. Kah Lo – Rinse & Repeat
1. Flume ft. Kai – Say It

 

Image via Flume

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