Watch Zeds Dead unveil a formidable Illenium collaboration at Red Rocks

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On July 3, Zeds Dead embarked on a journey to perform at one of the most renowned venues in the United States: Morrison, CO’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The concert, dubbed “Dead Rocks,” featured a formidable cast of supporting artists including Rezz, Camo & Krooked, and Ghastly.

As they are wont to do, Zeds Dead built their Red Rocks set around a fluid mix of deftly intertwined music, ranging from subdued melodies to bass music of the utmost aggression. Towards the end of the night, the duo treated fans by revealing an unreleased collaboration with Illenium. The forthcoming track begins with a beguiling smoothness, highlighting the Denver-based producer’s signature melodic style before ultimately progressing into one of the heaviest drops from the catalogues of both artists.

H/T: EDM Sauce

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Kayzo Is Sitting On 30 Unreleased Tracks At The Moment

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Following the release of “Whistle Wars,” Kayzo has been on everyone’s mind. Earlier this week Slander revealed that they had two new collaborations with Kayzo on the way and now Kayzo has updated fans with even more information about what’s to come. This morning Kayzo revealed that he had finished up 4 songs this week.

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Kayzo Is Sitting On 30 Unreleased Tracks At The Moment

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Following the release of “Whistle Wars,” Kayzo has been on everyone’s mind. Earlier this week Slander revealed that they had two new collaborations with Kayzo on the way and now Kayzo has updated fans with even more information about what’s to come. This morning Kayzo revealed that he had finished up 4 songs this week.

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Don Diablo teases fans with unreleased music during Instagram live stream

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Don Diablo has recently released “Save A Little Love,” which quickly established itself as a signature hit, complete with an infectious melody, that is only the most recent of a trove of tracks he is working on. During his live stream on Instagram yesterday, the veteran produced teased a couple of IDs and finally revealed that his album will most likely drop this November.

During the live stream, Don Diablo also denied rumors of collaborating with Nicky Romero. However, he will be working with international sensations Oliver Heldens and KSHMR in the near future. Don Diablo also spilled the title to the ID he performed during the music festival, We Are The Future in Warsaw — it is dubbed “Empire of Light.” With a ton of new music on the way, Don Diablo’s previews make waiting for his new album almost impossible.

H/T: EDMsauce

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Radiohead set to release long-awaited unreleased single ‘I Promise’

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Radiohead is gearing up for the 20th Anniversary re-issue of their seminal third studio album OK Computer, and with some tantalizingly enigmatic easter eggs left by the band leading up to the milestone, naturally, the fans are curious as to what Radiohead has in store. After doing some digging, one eagle-eyed reddit user discovered plans for a new single on the already critically acclaimed album. The track, titled “I Promise,” is an unreleased single that Radiohead has been performing live since 1996. Available for streaming on June 2, it will be the only single preceding the release. The deluxe re-issue, OKNOTOK, will be in stores and online June 23.


H/T: FACT

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Pretty Lights Mails Fans USB Drives Full of Unreleased Songs

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Social media is buzzing right now as it seems Derek Vincent Smith, better known by his stage name Pretty Lights has caused his fans to absolutely break the internet with a combination of excitement, disbelief, and gratitude. Two days ago, Smith and his team masterminded one of the best fan outreach initiatives that the electronic dance music

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Listen to Jauz drop his all new music live in San Francisco [VIDEO]

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This past weekend Jauz returned to his old stomping grounds of San Fransisco, CA for the second date in his highly-anticipated Off the Deep End tour, his first headlining tour since he broke out into the electronic dance music spotlight in 2014. This past weekend’s sold-out event was hosted at the legendary Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and was arguably the 23 year old producer’s biggest show to date. But before Jauz could reveal himself from behind a giant curtain, the night was kicked off with riveting sets by Goshfather, Ghastly, and Slushii and was topped off with live performances from popular Bay-area rappers, Too $hort and E40.

The Bay Area native spun an assortment of genres, seemingly catering to the different tastes and preferences of his hometown crowd. From gritty Dubstep, to old school hip-hop, to signature bass house and never-before-heard mash-ups, the massive crowd shook the venue’s walls in their excitement. Fan-favorite mashups included Blink 182’s ‘Down’ into Swedish House Mafia’s ‘Save the World,’ and Linkin Park’s ‘Numb’ into Jauz’s signature bass-house selections.

He even revealed some new unreleased tracks to the crowd including this ID  — a high-energy bass house banger with a marimba lead and some ethnic tribal flare.

The tour will be making eleven more stops all across the country from now until March, including major cities like Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Denver, NYC, and Atlanta .

FIRST LISTEN: Martin Garrix Teases New Song On Instagram Live

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Hot off the release of his new single “Scared To Be Lonely,” Martin Garrix went live on Instagram for the first time to celebrate. In doing so, he interacted with fans and got everyone hyped for new music in 2017. He even gave fans a first listen to a new track he’s been working on.

Garrix himself acknowledges that it sounds a bit like “Tremor,” but that it’s really just a first draft. He also said that it has a drop right now, but he’s not happy with it. The build has his classic melodic chord progression that we’ve come to know so well.

Thanks to @worldofmartingarrix for capturing this!

Check it out:

 

Image via Rukes.com

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Source: FIRST LISTEN: Martin Garrix Teases New Song On Instagram Live

Illenium Treats Snowglobe To A Gorgeous New ID

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Drenched in style and bursting with emotion, this new ID from Illenium is nothing less than stunning. Debuted at Snowglobe New Year’s Eve 2016, this track manages to encompass both euphoria and sadness, eliciting pangs of both heartbreak and elation to make even the most stoic of listeners loose a tear.

Though the quality of the audio leaves us wanting more, we can hear a gorgeous vocal performance give way to a gut-wrenching melody that’s powerfully simple, all tied up neatly in Illenium’s trademark style. We’ve no name for this unreleased gem, but rest assured, it’s going to be a brilliant release.

 

Photo: Alex Bruski

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Source: Illenium Treats Snowglobe To A Gorgeous New ID

The Chainsmokers Can’t Stop Teasing These Two Unreleased Tracks [VIDEOS]

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With the new year well under way, The Chainsmokers have begun an epic schedule of song teasers, having played out and featured clips of two highly anticipated IDs in their live sets and on social media. During their NYE weekend set at LACC, the duo dropped “Paris,” an alleged, upcoming collaboration with French vocalist Louane.

Featuring soaring vocal work and an unmistakably bouncy Chainsmokers beat, the track has since been referred to as a possible precursor to an eventual album.

The second track, still classified as a full ID, was featured this Friday on the official aftermovie of Jingle Ball’s 2016 installment. Despite not having the full track at our disposal, the lyrics “The day I met you” appear in both the new preview and The Chainsmokers’ “Closer” with Halsey. It is because of this similarity that fans have regarded the new song as a potential sequel to the smash hit.

Check out the new ID at 2:13 in the video below, and scroll further to check out The Chainsmokers playing out part of their upcoming “Paris” track.

 

Image: Rukes

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Source: The Chainsmokers Can’t Stop Teasing These Two Unreleased Tracks [VIDEOS]