For the past two weeks, Martin Garrix has been sharing behind the scenes footage of his preparation for this year’s massive Coachella event. From rigging the stage production to creating the lighting sequences and more, fans have never had this sort of unfiltered look at the production behind a major festival event like this.
In this week’s episode, we finally head out to Palm Springs to meet up with Martin’s friends and family at their $5 million AirBnB before the festival officially gets under way – and Rory Kramer joins in the fun, too.
This video is less about the technical aspects of preparation, and more about how to stay sane and relaxed with the incredible amount of stress weighing down on you before such an event. The group buys floaties and essentials for the pool at their AirBnB, and Martin gets to spend some quality time with his parents and sister.
Also, if there was ever any doubt in your mind, we finally have the answer: Yes, Martin Garrix knows how to make scrambled ..
There’s various interpretations for what “making it” in music means. Perhaps that means selling out a show in a big city, playing a prime time slot at a festival or working with one your dream collaborators. For a producer like ZHU, it’s safe to say he’s “made it” at this point in his career. But, his popular clothing line may have just “made it” by being featured in one of the most popular video game franchises.
Players customizing their characters in FIFA 18—the latest edition of the long-running soccer video game—can choose ZHU’s clothing line as an option for jerseys. The black jersey comes affixed with ZHU’s famous logo, which contrasts black and white coloring for a sharp and sleek look. While FIFA soundtracks regularly feature tunes from our favorite EDM artists, this marks the first time a producer’s clothing line has made the jump to the character customization options. We can’t wait to see digital avatars of our favorite soccer players decked out in ZHU’s clothing, especiall..
After one of the previous Jai Wolf vs Ghastly Twitter battles, someone requested that a fan fic be made of the two of them – Josh Pan obliged in the most glorious way imaginable.
Now, with another Jai Wolf vs Ghastly Twitter battle behind us, and even though no one asked for it this time, Josh Pan has once again given the world another literary masterpiece, involving pretty much everyone from the most recent argument, as well as AWE.
The plot this time around revolves loosely around Death Note (referred to as the EDM Bible in this story), and a panel on racism suggested by Hotel Garuda. Beyond that, from the interactions between DJs like Luca Lush and Oshi, to the inclusion of Skrillex, Elon Musk, and a hybrid Diplo/_Diplo_ mechbot… that’s anyone’s guess.
Get started below!
he opened the door to the hotel room.
it was a long flight – flying to asia from LA. he sat down on the bed and took off his cowboy hat.
— 🥀 (@joshpan) September 26, 2017
he was tired of all the arguing going..
September’s coming to an end tomorrow but it’s been a pretty great month overall so expect nothing less with our final weekly installment of Your EDM’s Week In Music.
Kicking us off is Skrillex who put out two records, his banging remix for “Damn” plus a new single with Sirah, “Deadbeat.” Skrillex has put out a fair amount of records this year and hopefully he keeps that up through the rest of the year!
Jauz revealed his brand new collective/imprint Bite This! with new single “Meant To Love You.” The banging bass house tune features vocals from ROUXN.
Grey put out their debut EP Chameleon yesterday as well. You’ve probably heard “Crime” with Skott already, but new feature track “Wings Clipped” features none other than the queen of punk Avril Lavigne herself for her first record in two years.
Earlier this month, Tchami and Malaa announced a massive co-headline North American tour. Now, unsurprisingly, they’ve put out a collaborative record “Summer 99” to start hyping up the affair…
The more Rick and Morty the better, right?! Well, that’s definitely our point of view and hopefully the show’s creators have also been convinced of that mentality…
Especially since the “Pickle Rick” episode, which was a movement in itself, fans have been convinced that the series is the best thing we’ll ever get to inter-dimensional cable. The entire 3rd season has wowed fans in ways we didn’t know was possible, and quite frankly we need more.
Co-Creator Dan Harmon Talks Rick and Morty
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the show’s co-creator Dan Harmon got into the future of Rick & Morty… When asked if 10 episodes was the “sweet spot,” or if we’d be lucky enough to get more next time around, he said:
“I don’t think so, but you shouldn’t trust me, because I mostly blame myself for doing 10 instead of 14.”
“I’m still learning how to do the show efficiently while catering to the perfectionist in all of us. I would like to think I’ve learned enough from my mistakes in season 3 ..
WTF! What The Festival is taking a break next year… in order to “recenter and re-organize” and bring attendees the best experience possible in the future.
Other than having hands down the best music festival name ever, What The Festival has been known to offer a weekend full of interactive art, 8 stages with electronic and live music, movement classes, a speaker series, and more. The carefully curated event hosted at Wolf Run Ranch in Oregon has become one of the Pacific Northwest’s most transformational experiences and will definitely be missed by its attendees this upcoming festival season.
The 2017 lineup featured ZHU, Gramatik, Cut Copy, Rezz, Barclay Crenshaw (Claude VonStroke), Big Wild, Brasstracks, and so many more.
While 2018 will be an off year, What The Festival is expecting to return in 2019 so get ready!
What The Festival Takes A Year Off
Posted by What The Festival on Friday, September 29, 2017
What The Festival 2016 After Movie
Photo via What The Festival
The song “Don’t Wanna Cry” by kpop group Seventeen sounds oddly familiar… Oh right, it sounds just like The Chainsmokers x Coldplay‘s “Something Just Like This.”
The allegations that Seventeen plagiarized the collaboration seem to have proven true, as the similarly produced track has suddenly officially attributed the electronic duo and the pop-rock band responsible for “Something Just Like This.” The Korea Music Copyright Association gives production credits for Seventeen’s “Don’t Wanna Cry” to members Woozi and Bumzu, as before — but now Andrew Taggart of The Chainsmokers and all four members of Coldplay have been added.
In addition, Pledis Entertainment issued an official statement: “We received inquiries about the similarity of some of the melodies between the songs from the two publishing parties. We are asserting that ‘Don’t Wanna Cry’ is an independently created song but we were worried that the artists would suffer a great amount of stress if it came to legal disputes and tha..
It’s official – two of bass music’s biggest names are joining forces for a collaborative EP! Officially announced last Tuesday, Slander & Kayzo‘s Dilapidation Celebration will be making its way to all digital music retailers sometime in October via Monstercat. Confirmed by Going Quantum, the EP will contain just two tracks (“Without You” and “Holy”), both of which have been heavily teased as of late.
Thankfully, fans won’t have to wait much longer. Dilapidation Celebration‘s first track – “Without You” – dropped yesterday (practically out of nowhere), with the full EP release allegedly not far behind. A soft, pop-influenced future bass ballad, “Without You” follows up smoothly from Slander’s previous Monstercat release, “Superhuman.” Equally emotional to its precursor with its passionate vocals from Dylan Matthew, the track definitely makes for a great cool-down track from three DJs who love to get their crowds sweaty.
Though Kayzo’s fans might have been disappointed with how soft “W..
After yesterday’s incredible first day of Excision’s Lost Lands Festival, the nation’s bassheads are now more familiar with and excited for the festival than ever before. With stellar performances from Herobust, Kill The Noise, Excision himself and more now behind us, we look forward to day 2.
The live stream for Lost Lands is live now, featuring the very best from Kai Wachi, Spag Heddy, Funtcase, Snails, and the return of Destroid. Zeds Dead will headline the stage tonight, with a rare closing set from Space Laces.
Set times can be found below!
Lost Lands Live Stream – Day 2
Lost Lands: Day 2 is now live!
Posted by Lost Lands Music Festival on Saturday, September 30, 2017
4:25 Kai Wachi
5:35 Spag Heddy
7:45 Cookie Monsta
11:00 Zeds Dead
1:30 Space Laces
Photo via Fadewood Studios
This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Lost Lands Live Stream – Day 2 [LIVE NOW]
Though The Chainsmokers released their debut album Memories… Do Not Open just this year, it wasn’t so much longer before that that the Collage EP was released, including this song below: “All We Know” featuring Phoebe Ryan.
Along with previously released songs “Inside Out,” “Closer,” and “Don’t Let Me Down,” as well as the new song “Setting Fires,” the Collage EP was actually a massive success. While the EP itself was released in November last year, the single for “All We Know” was released a year ago today, and stands as one of The Chainsmokers’ strongest songs.
1 year old today pic.twitter.com/meCs5niWwR
— THE CHAINSMOKERS (@TheChainsmokers) September 30, 2017
“All We Know” achieved platinum certification in the US, and a number of gold and multiplatinum certifications in other countries. Listen to it again below!
The Chainsmokers – All We Know ft. Phoebe Ryan
Photo via Rukes.com
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Source: The Chainsmokers’ “All We Know” Came Out On..