Alesso, Illenium, and more to heat up 2020’s Winter X Games

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Winter is approaching, which means it’s time to gear up for some extreme sports. But what can extreme sports offer music fans? For one: A stacked lineup at the 2020 Winter X Games that snowballs the event into full-fledged festival status. The Winter arm of the X Games will see its 23rd year hosting some of the world’s greatest and most daring athletes, returning to the iconic ski town of Aspen, Colorado, from January 23-26.

Topping next year’s billing is Alesso, who’s had a great 2019 so far, releasing volume one of his PROGRESSO MIXTAPE in March and, more recently, collaborating on “In The Middle” with mystery producer SUMR CAMP. Aspen also secured fan-favorite melodic bass producer Illenium, who rounded out the summer with his third studio album, ASCEND, while pushing through the length of the festival circuit. He’s shown no signs of slowing down, recently headlining NYC’s Madison Square Garden with openers Adventure Club and more.

To precede its top-of-the-ticket talent, the X Games organizers are hitting all genres stops with certified platinum rappers Rae Sremmurd and R&B superstar Bazzi, both frequent Billboard chart-toppers.

To experience these performances at the GEICO Music Stage, GA and VIP tickets/packages are available now. Admission to the action sports competitions and festival village at the Buttermilk Mountain base are free to the public. Head to their website for tickets and more info. Daily lineup schedule below:

Friday, January 24

Rae Sremmurd

Alesso @ Belly Up Aspen

Saturday, January 25

ILLENIUM

Alesso

Rae Sremmurd @ Belly Up Aspen

Sunday, January 26

Bazzi

Evening @ Belly Up Aspen

Exclusive Premiere: dzill Drops Euphoric Single “Drift” Accompanied By Incredible Music Video

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Of late, EDM fans around the world have been seeking new sounds. Mainstream electronic music is not going anywhere, but the maturing ears of fans around the world are seeking something fresh like Jamba Juice but rage worthy like Donkey Kong. Over the past year, we have seen acts like Grammy-nominated Fisher taking the world

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Sumr Camp Drops New Single “Radar” And Tears Up “Diplo and Friends” Set

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It seems like just yesterday we were speculating who Sumr Camp was. There was no face behind the name. We thought it was Ookay, we thought it was Jauz, shit, we even thought it was Marshmello. Months passed and the man behind the name came out. Since, the DJ/Producer, part of one of the most

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Lunar Lunes: Lemaitre reveal new single, NWYR and Andrew Rayel join forces, Mark Knight releases new Toolroom original + more

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Each week, New Music Friday sweeps through with torrential force, showering streaming platforms with immeasurable amounts of new tunes. Just like Dancing Astronaut rounds up 25 of the biggest songs of the week for the Hot 25 Spotify playlist each New Music Friday, Lunar Lunes serves as a landing pad for SoundCloud users who want a whole new dose of tunes to kick off the work week.

Norwegian indie duo Lemaitre bring their breezy, easygoing style to “Fast Lovers,” and Andrew Rayel teams up with W&W under their NWYR alias for “The Melody.” The Disco Fries reveal a funky remix for “Blue” from Kaidro on Armada, and Rogue returns to Monstercat for the dreamy “Oceans.” Dirty Audio taps Shai Hicari for powerful “Run & Go,” and Maddix turns up the intensity on his noteworthy big room number, “Zero.” Toolroom head honcho Mark Knight delivers a new original, “The Mystery of Old Ma Clifton,” and Mako drops a remix of last summer’s “Murder” by Alex Ariete. MELVV takes on Katelyn Tarver‘s “Kool Aid” in his newest venture, and Steve Brian remixes Tritonal‘s “Gonna Be Alright.”

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

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Lunar Lunes: kramder brings the funk, WAVEDASH and QUEST continue their tour de force, Chris Lorenzo and Taiki Nulight deliver new Night Bass heat + more

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Each week, New Music Friday sweeps through with torrential force, showering streaming platforms with immeasurable amounts of new tunes. Just like Dancing Astronaut rounds up 25 of the biggest songs of the week for the Hot 25 Spotify playlist each New Music Friday, Lunar Lunes serves as a landing pad for SoundCloud users who want a whole new dose of tunes to kick off the work week.

In this week’s installation, WAVEDASH continue their run on SLANDER and NGHTMRE‘s new label, Gud Vibrations, by tapping frequent collaborator QUEST. Maurice West is bringing big room back with his latest, “The Kick,” and Chris Lorenzo teams up with Taiki Nulight on the latter’s new album, Murky Manor, for “Sinner.” Robbie Rivera‘s new album recently hit the airwaves, dishing up the fine house music he’s been generating for decades, and he thrills with the carefree “We Don’t Care.” Vintage & Morelli have returned with a gorgeous trance rework of Aly & Fila‘s “Paralyzed” with Hailene — and that’s just skimming the surface of the array of selections we’ve gathered this week.

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

Has The Mysterious Producer Behind SUMR Camp Finally Been Revealed?

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The past few years have paved the way for sub-alias’ for some of the industry’s biggest names. We were given Party Marty Garrix’ Area 21, deadmau5’s Testpilot, “someone” is Marshmello and most recently (prior to today’s news) Porter Robinsons’ Virtual Self. A few months back, an artist came onto the scene with his debut track

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