ARMIN VAN BUUREN’S NEW ALBUM DROPS’
Armin van Buuren’s new album ‘BALANCE’ is OUT NOW and don’t forget to catch him on Jan 28th at Tabernacle Atlanta. Tickets are now 80% sold out.
Skrillex has teased that ‘Midnight Hour’ will be released soon.
Dog Blood, the collaborative project between Boys Noize and Skrillex, dropped their first EP in six years back in May, with more new music on the way.
In a recent post on Instagram, Skrillex shared a video of Dog Blood’s ‘Midnight Hour’ with the caption “soon”. The track was first heard at Miami Music Week and features LA rapper Ty Dolla $ign.
In June, Dog Blood launched a competition for fans to design their collectible action figures.
On Friday, Nicky Romero graced the Tomorrowland mainstage with an impressive mix full of new music, mashups, edits fresh out of Instigate Studios (his home studio).
After performing on the “Smash The House” stage the previous weekend, it was interesting to see if Nicky was holding anything special back ready for his mainstage appearance on the Friday of Weekend 2. His recent sets had been full of ID’s and possible collaborations were rumoured. Upon one of the biggest stages in dance music, it was with no doubt he would reveal what some of these were.
Ever since the sad passing of Avicii last year, Nicky seeks to continue Tim’s legacy through his music. Of course, he never turns down the opportunity share “I Could Be The One” with every crowd, but it’s at the end of this sets where he has generated the most emotional and memorable moments in Tim’s memory. This time, he beautifully crafted the vocals of the timeless Avicii anthem “Without You” around his stunning progressive ID with Deniz Koyu. The mashup truly encapsulated what a special friendship Nick had Tim shared over the years, evident in the way that their music blended seamlessly together for such a touching finale.
To relive that remarkable moment and the rest of the Nicky Romero magic from the Tomorrowland mainstage, you can watch every minute below!\
CHECK OUT NICKY ROMERO ON OCTOBER 25TH 2019 AT DISTRICT ATLANTA. CLICK THE IMAGE FOR FULL INFO!
Grammy Award-winning producer CID(real name Carlos Cid) is taking his ambitious, progressive approach to the music world into another realm. Already a notable producer, DJ, engineer, and radio host, CID is expanding his worldwide musical influence with the release of his latest single, “Night Service Only,” out now via his newly established imprint and Spinnin’ Records sub label of the same name.
Built for the dance floor, “Night Service Only” sustains a high-energy, addictive groove throughout the track, paired effortlessly with an infectious vocal sample to create a song meant to be put on repeat. Fans who enjoyed CID’s work on Cedric Gervais‘ iconic remix of “Summertime Sadness” (which won him a Grammy for Best Remixed Recording), and his “Sweet Memories” collaboration with Kaskade will be excited to listen to CID’s fresh and atypical take on traditional house music.
Based in New York City, the multitalented visionary was inspired by the likes of other musical pioneers to create the Night Service Only label. CID cites drawing inspiration from Steve Angello, Axwell (real nameAxel Christofer Hedfors) and his close friend Don Diablo (real name Don Pepijn Schipper), who he recently released a new single with on his label Hexagon.
Catch him on August 2nd at District – FULL INFO AND TICKETS
Fresh off the heels of two ultra-satisfying setlist-tools-turned-official-releases, Skrillex has turned in a new visual feature to accompany one of his new Show Tracks, “Mumbai Power.” The video is a collection of clips from the road, from stadiums to street corners, festival stages to plane cabins, with a gang of Skrillex’s friends following him on his adventures across the world.
Kenny Beats, Porter Robinson, longtime touring teammate Team EZY, Mija, recent collaborators Kelsey Lu and Troyboi, and even Loki, all make appearances in the new visual cut. Fans and social media followers will surely recognize snippets of the globetrotting superstar and his crew throughout the video, recapping appearances in Japan, Korea, and India to the highly repeatable “Mumbai Power.”