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Valentino Khan Announces “House Party” Remixes EP, Drops Tchami’s Future House Version of “JustYourSoul” ft. Diplo

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Julian Jordan Kicks Off 2017 With New Single ‘Always’

Julian Jordan has definitely set the tone for 2017 as the talented Dutchman released a brand-new single called ‘Always’ (with CHOCO), out now on his GOLDKID Record label. Built on a strong foundation of chord progressions and luscious vocals, ‘Always’ is an offering sure to shake up the electronic music scene. The track makes perfect The post Julian Jordan Kicks Off 2017 With New Single ‘Always’ appeared first on EDM Sauce.

JuJu Unleashes The ‘Creature’ On New Black Label Release

You know that whenever you see a post from Never Say Die‘s ‘Black Label‘ on Soundcloud that it is going to be heavy and luckily JuJu's new track ‘Creature' is just that. It is 2017 and dubstep as a genre is coming back in full force. ‘Creature' is a track that shows how much creativity The post JuJu Unleashes The ‘Creature’ On New Black Label Release appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Martin Garrix returns to his roots with his latest release ‘Byte’

Critics have claimed that Martin Garrix’s new track, “Byte,” marks his return to dance music. After releasing “Scared To Be Lonely” and “In The Name Of Love,” considered by many to be decisively pop music, Garrix’s “Byte” features a return to his classic big room house sound that had originally brought the young producer world recognition — his original, “Animals,” released at 17-years-old, led him to become the youngest producer to ever have a song reach number one on the electronic music store Beatport.With his success at an all time high, Garrix returning to his roots seems like a power move for the Dutch superstar, as his signature sound featured in throwback tracks such as “Proxy” and “Wizard” has been a fan favorite across the world. “Byte” showcases a thrilling harmonic bass line, a charming melody, and of course, that famous Garrix drop that makes dancing irresistible. From first captivating fans several years ago with his revolutionary big room sound to producing tracks that went platinum, there is no doubt that, with his potential, Martin Garrix’s best tracks are yet to come.Read More: Watch Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa perform ‘Scared to be Lonely’ with a full orchestra Martin Garrix reveals another freshly-finished track in Ultra recap Martin Garrix to join Justin Bieber’s ‘Purpose’ tour

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Over two years following the track's original release, Jai Wolf's “Indian Summer” now has the perfect video to accompany his hit. It's a cinematic adventure unlike your usual music video, but as well as putting on a beautiful display, the video unlocks something deeper. As human beings, we were once nomads, so each and every The post Jai Wolf Sets “Indian Summer” to Scenic Beauty with Official Music Video appeared first on EDM Sauce.

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Hardwell Brandishes A New Sound For A New Year With “Party Till The Daylight”

Hardwell is known for his big room undertakings, and apart from collaborations, his style has remained relatively predictable; not the case for his first single of 2017. Titled “Party Till The Daylight,” Hardwell has taken the iconic grit employed by Dyro and wrapped it neatly into the structure of a mainstage crusher. The track lines up with Hardwell’s own birthday, and samples Global Deejays & Chris Willis’ “Party 2 Daylight” and noticeably borrows from GTA and Valentino Khan’s “Break Your Neck,” but that doesn’t keep the new single from spurring some unbridled fun. Photo: Rukes This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Hardwell Brandishes A New Sound For A New Year With “Party Till The Daylight”

Major Lazer & Showtek Team Up For Music Video Advocating for Victims of Syrian Conflict

The Major Lazer and Showtek collaborative track “Believer” is one of the singles from Major Lazer’s new, upcoming album Music Is The Weapon, but we never expected its accompanying music video to be so emotional. Enter the brand new music video of “Believer,” directed by EDM film XOXO‘s director Christopher Louie and inspired by the now-infamous photo of Omran Daqneesh covered in dust and debris after a bomb hit his home. Louie divulged the details of the video’s creation, which included much input from Diplo and Showtek-member Sjoerd Janssen and was shot on location in the Middle East, in a press release. Read his quotes below: “Like everyone in the world I was heartbroken by that image [of Omran Daqneesh], but I also saw a glimmer of hope. As dark as the subject matter is, the point of our “Believer” video was to capture the resilience of youth and the hope displayed by communities coming together to save victims from the rubble. If it wasn’t for the support from Sjoerd of Showtek and guidance from Diplo and his creative director Sara, this video would not have turned out as emotionally powerful as it has. There were countless obstacles that go along with shooting in an unfamiliar country but with the help of the local film community we got through them all and created something special in the process.” Watch the “Believer” music video below: Image via Rukes.com This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Major Lazer & Showtek Team Up For Music Video Advocating for Victims of Syrian Conflict

Watch Borgore light up the crowd with this ‘Unicorn Zombie Apocalypse’ remix

Borgore’s music is best listened to in an intricate live setting, where its heavy bass and spectrum of sharp synthesizers are able to reach their full potential, backed by a good sound system and accompanied by an equally stimulating visual experience. Recently, the Israeli dubstep and big room purveyor treated fans to an unforgettable show in Toronto, where he put the venue’s technical aspects to the test.The performer engendered great fervor among the crowd as the unrelenting setlist, vibrant visual spectacle and quaking speakers coalesced into an eruption of electrifying stimuli. Luckily, a slice of the action was captured in the video above – watch as Borgore drops the Sikdope dubstep flip of their 2014 collaboration “Unicorn Zombie Apocalypse” afore a compelling arrangement of extraterrestrial visuals. Read More:Armada has acquired Borgore’s Buygore imprint Dancing Astronaut presents Axis episode 158: Mixed by Borgore

Shade 45 To Feature Guest Mixes From Skrillex, Diplo, and Steve Aoki

While Shade 45 might be known to music fans as one of Sirius XM’s largest homes to hip-hop music, it appears that they’ll be temporarily straying into the world of dance music with the exciting announcements of three guest mixes on a single day. Today marks a special 2017 Festival Weekend iteration of the channel’s regular G-Unit Saturdays feature hence the special guests. Airing today between 10 am to 6 pm, Skrillex, Diplo, and Steve Aoki will be handling the decks with guest mixes from each of the producers. All three producers will no doubt be familiar to an urban/hip-hop audience having collaborated with plenty of artists in those areas in the past. Diplo has a long history in the urban music world from not only the Major Lazer project, but also from his close work with M.I.A. in addition to producing for some of the biggest pop names on the planet. Steve Aoki has had plenty of rap star features in the past including Lil Jon, Kid Ink, Waka Flocka Flame while Skrillex has done the same as well working with Rick Ross, Vic Mensa, The Game, and more. If you’re interested in checking in, tune into SiriusXM here. H/T: We Rave You | Featured Image Source: Rukes This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Shade 45 To Feature Guest Mixes From Skrillex, Diplo, and Steve Aoki

Corderoy – Touch Your Face

British DJ, Corderoy has just released his new single, “Touch Your Face” on Enhanced Recordings. This single is one of the first releases on the music label for the beginning of the new year. This progressive house song has a relaxing, but flowing beat that allows you to not only sway, but dance to the The post Corderoy – Touch Your Face appeared first on EDM Sauce.

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Shade 45 To Feature Guest Mixes From Skrillex, Diplo, and Steve Aoki

While Shade 45 might be known to music fans as one of Sirius XM’s largest homes to hip-hop music, it appears that they’ll be temporarily straying into the world of dance music with the exciting announcements of three guest mixes on a single day. Today marks a special 2017 Festival Weekend iteration of the channel’s regular G-Unit Saturdays feature hence the special guests. Airing today between 10 am to 6 pm, Skrillex, Diplo, and Steve Aoki will be handling the decks with guest mixes from each of the producers. All three producers will no doubt be familiar to an urban/hip-hop audience having collaborated with plenty of artists in those areas in the past. Diplo has a long history in the urban music world from not only the Major Lazer project, but also from his close work with M.I.A. in addition to producing for some of the biggest pop names on the planet. Steve Aoki has had plenty of rap star features in the past including Lil Jon, Kid Ink, Waka Flocka Flame while Skrillex has done the same as well working with Rick Ross, Vic Mensa, The Game, and more. If you’re interested in checking in, tune into SiriusXM here. H/T: We Rave You | Featured Image Source: Rukes This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Shade 45 To Feature Guest Mixes From Skrillex, Diplo, and Steve Aoki

Ed Sheeran Keeps Crushing Records With Best First Week For A Song

In its first seven days of public availability, Ed Sheeran’s “Shape Of You” amassed over 52 million plays (exactly 52,359,013 from Spotify), securing the song as having both the best first week, and one week total, ever. The tropically influenced track beats out the previous record holders like Adele’s “Hello” at approximately 47 million plays in its first week, and Drake’s “One Dance” at 48 million plays for the best one week total. Not to mention, Sheeran absolutely shattered the U.K. one-week record, nearly doubling the previous record-holder, and he also knocked out One Direction for the record for best first day of streams. Source: Forbes | Photo: Ian Gavan/Getty Images This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Ed Sheeran Keeps Crushing Records With Best First Week For A Song

HAMi Stops By The Dojo To Talk Bass Music, Skateboarding & 40oz Cult TMN Interview

Most producers were something before they were making money as a music producer. Most weren’t professional skateboarders, but for HAMi that was the case. Before heading up 40oz Cult with Dack Janiels and Wenzday and making bass-heavy hits, HAMi was shredding along as an official member of Emerica. Now instead of traveling the world with a board, he’s taken up traveling with some new equipment. HAMi stopped by the dojo just before the release of his new song, a collaboration with UZZI called “Go Hard” that lives up to its name. We got to talking about his past as a skateboarder, the parallels between the skating and dance music scenes, as well as how he made the switch from one to the other. Enjoy listening to “Go Hard” while you read through HAMi’s in-depth responses. When you’re done, grab “Go Hard” for free! TMN: How did you end up making the move from professional skating to making music? Let’s start by saying I grew up in Las Vegas, my skater friends and I would spin vinyl when it was too hot to skate outside. I also had a few friends who were older and they would go to these warehouse parties, sadly at the time I was too young to go but still tagged along. I remember sneaking into these parties by hopping barbed wire fences, so that was the beginning. Fast forward to 2009, I was on a “Emerica” Skate tour called “The Wild Ride”, we rode motorcycles across the states, camping, skating, etc, long story short, I crashed my bike going 50mph and broke my clavicle and shattered my scapula along with a head injury and a tons of other random scrapes and bruises. I was now bedridden for 2 months. After that, I had to go through physical therapy for an additional 8 weeks. Around this time I pick up my first laptop, I always knew skating wouldn’t last forever so at this point I came to realize I needed a new passion. Music has always been a major part of my life, even before skating, so with that being said I knew music would keep me the happiest and passionate overall for the rest of my life. I didn’t know that at the time, so I just continued to pursue skateboarding. During that time I also was trying to develop a sound as a musician on the side, playing guitar writing hooks and verses. Once I had that down I needed a way to record it, so I started using “garageband” to record my song, and out of necessity I learned how to build a drum beat. It wasn’t until 2011-12 when I was gifted an All-Access pass to Coachella, and I witnessed Caspa and Skrillex, mind you I had no idea what dubstep was at this time but all I kept thinking was these people are killing their sets, and that was when my life changed. I became obsessed with all forms of Dance Music diving as deep as I couple possibly go, primarily drawn to the raw energy that Dubstep carried naturally. From there all I did was funnel my passion for skating into my music. TMN: Can you tell us a little about 40oz Cult and who else is involved? So 40oz Cult issa CULT! Dack Janiels, Wenzday, and myself are the forces behind the scene. Its an open format Collective/ Label/ Clothing brand (comprised of professional skaters, artist, graphic designers, filmers, photographers), with a background in skateboarding. We go about treating the CULT like a traditional skate company, we are a in-house family and friends operated organization. Honestly it’s for all the people out there that choose to be the oddball, people that choose to make moves when people say it’s a bad idea, for the individual that follows their gut. TMN: Your collab with UZZI just dropped, how did that come to fruition? So, we both just had releases on the Buygore Fresh Blood Vol. 2 and during the anticipation to the release we had a super thread that we would all coordinate post and what not. I just reached out to everyone involved and passed around my music, and the UZZI boys (Melo and Geoff) were equally as enthused as I was to get a collab going, and from there on out it flowed easy. S/O UZZI! Go check them out they’re definitely a force to be reconned with! TMN: Who are some other artists you would want to collaborate with? This is a tricky question only because there are so many amazing artists I would love to collab with! Skrillex, Datsik, Excision, Borgore, Getter, Flux Pavillion, CASPA, RUSKO, 12th planet, Ghastly, NGHTMRE, Funtcase, Protohype, The Frim, Barely Alive, Virtual Riot, Dubloadz, Trollphace, P0gman, Bloodthinnerz, Yakz, Svdden Death, Half Empty, Uber, Subtronics just to name a few. TMN: Are there any parallels between dance music culture and skating culture? Yes, most definitely they are both a pool of talented Individuals that chose to do something out of the norm. They have taken a chance to pursue their passion, and by doing so pushing the craft into places no one could ever foresee. I speak for everyone, not just the artists, but the promoters, managers, agents, TM‘S, pyro guys, sound guys, any and everyone involved. TMN: What do you see coming in the near future for dance music? So in my opinion dance music is just really getting started, I’m really proud and excited to see what come out in the next 5 years, now that there’s an influx of really intelligent and creative people that have access to unlimited amount of information. History has a tendency to repeats itself, but in this case, the sky’s the limit! TMN: What’s to come from HAMi this Summer and Fall? So currently I’ve been in the studio non-stop! I have 6 unreleased bangers that I plan to release this year… Not including collabs with Yakz, Cosma, Goldplate, Swage and Dack Janiels!! First up is my latest single “Draco” which is dropping on July 11th, 2017 via Bigtooth Records. Keep your eyes and ears open for that one! Catch me in LA as well! I will be playing in July, date is TBD but I promise you it’s going to be LIT! Stay tune for upcoming tour dates in your area!

Watch This: 3LAU’s official music video for “On My Mind” starring Gronk and Mojo Rawley

Robert Gronkowski of the New England Patriot’s and Mojo Rawely of WWE have made their debut music video appearance on 3LAU’s video for his newest single “On My Mind” featuring Yeah Boy. Hardcore 3LAU fans are probably not surprised to see the duo featured in the video, as Gronk is a frequent feature on producer Justin Blau’s social media accounts.The video takes viewers on Gronk’s journey of love, lust, and sushi with 3LAU starring as the bartender and Mojo as a sushi server.“3LAU played “On My Mind” for me a couple days before the Super Bowl in Houston and asked if I wanted to be in the music video,” said Gronk of the track, which was relased on 3LAU’s not for profit record label Blume.  “It ended up being a lot of fun to shoot and what makes it even better is that the money from the song is being donated. It’s great when you can give back while still trying something new and having an unbelievable time.”3LAU commented on the thought process behind the video, stating: “For the “On My Mind” video we were able to develop a story that brought an additional layer to the track. We ended up with a hilarious and relatable scenario that should be a departure from what fans may initially expect from the song.”While the video is not what one might have expected from the track (and the sushi antics may not quite be relatable) , it is certainly hilarious to behold, and we welcome any future collaborations between 3LAU, Gronk, and Mojo. Watch the music video via 3LAU’s YouTube channel.

Grey (Feat. Bahari – I Miss You (Oliver Remix)

Oliver have been on the radar for the last several years – especially since their Light Years Away EP was released in 2014. Since then, the duo has produced hit remixes such as Big Data‘s “Dangerous,” Madeon‘s “You’re On,” and Jack Ü’s “To Ü.” The duo have taken a leap of faith with their latest remix of Grey’s “I Miss You, ” straying away from their typical disco heavy dance melodies to a more staccato-hittingAlthough Oliver are not known for cranking out hits frequently, we know that when they produce, the quality is always on point. “I Miss You” adds another knockout to the arsenal of tracks Oliver have produced. Hopefully, we will be hearing more from the duo soon, but until then, Oliver’s “I Miss You” will provide the fuel needed to satiate the wait.Read More:Leon Else – The City Don’t Care (ft. Oliver)Club cheval – From The Basement To The Roof (Oliver Remix)Dancing Astronaut Presents 5 Under 5k: Vol. 15

Andrew Bayer & Ilan Bluestone Drop Massive Heater: Trance Fans Rejoice

Wow oh wow! This is not a drill everybody! Two of the biggest names in trance music have come together to produce arguably the most well orchestrated collaborative project that Anjunabeats as a label has ever seen. Andrew Bayer and Ilan Bluestone have teamed up to create a track entitled “Destiny” which contains an alarming amount of The post Andrew Bayer & Ilan Bluestone Drop Massive Heater: Trance Fans Rejoice appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Slushii previews new music for Monstercat x Rocket League Collaboration

Monstercat will be releasing an 18-track album in collaboration with the video game Rocket League featuring all new songs — one of which will be produced by Slushii. Rocket League — essentially an inversion on soccer featuring cars — has taken the esports industry by storm and has grossed more than $6 million in sales since its debut in July of 2015. Their newest collaboration with Monstercat, titled ‘Rocket League x Monstercat Vol.1′ will feature songs by Eminence, Aero Chord, Rameses B, Zero Hero, Conro, WRLD, Rogue, Tristam, Feint, Vicetone, and many others.This sums up my ride from the airport to a show – can’t wait to put this one out for you guys A post shared by slushii (@slushiimusic) on Mar 19, 2017 at 4:58pm PDTThe producer premiered his song for the collaboration via his Instagram and the preview shows his expert infusion of gaming sounds with his signature style. If his preview is representative of the quality of the music on the full album, we can certainly say we are excited.H/T: EDM SauceRead More:Slushii releases ‘Sleep’ after announcing bout of depression on TwitterPorter Robinson & Madeon – Shelter (Slushii Remix)Slushii x marshmello – Twinbow (Original Mix)