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  • Name That Drop: Watch Lane 8 guess popular electronic music drops

    Name That Drop: Watch Lane 8 guess popular electronic music drops

    Lane 8's Little By Little tour is currently underway in support of his latest album. The concept behind his tour, though, is that "it never happened," and no cameras or filming is allowed at his shows—something that really hasn't been done as an electronic music artist. AXS caught up with Lane...
  • Rüfüs Du Sol announce summer North American tour dates

    Rüfüs Du Sol announce summer North American tour dates

    Australian electro-dance group known as Rüfüs Du Sol (aka Rüfüs) will embark on a short North American tour this June. The Aussie trio announced their 2018 concert plans last week, which are scheduled to begin with their appearance at Bonnaroo on June 7 and run throughout the summer month before...
  • Steve Aoki cakes himself at launch of new Madame Tussauds Las Vegas DJ Experience

    Steve Aoki cakes himself at launch of new Madame Tussauds Las Vegas DJ Experience

    Madame Tussauds has life-sized wax figures of just about anyone who is anyone in pop culture, and many of the celebrities portrayed there have often shown up to surprise fans. There are even times where some celebrities, such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, showed up and pretended to be a wax figure to...
  • Corey Cretney

    Best moments of Air + Style 2018

    This past weekend, Air + Style made its way back to Los Angeles, and despite the rainy/cold weather (which most people in Los Angeles struggled with), the festival brought some of the biggest headliners to Exposition Park for two days. Spanning over Saturday and Sunday, artists such as Gucci Mane...
  • Listen: ZHU and Tame Impala share collaborative new single 'My Life'

    Listen: ZHU and Tame Impala share collaborative new single 'My Life'

    Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker has teamed up with the electronic musician known as Zhu for a new collaborative single titled “My Life.” The song’s arrival on Monday certainly acted as a fun surprise for fans of both artists, as their work on new music together had been kept as a semi-secret until Zhu...
  • Diplo shares 'Worry No More' video with Lil Yachty and Santigold

    Diplo shares 'Worry No More' video with Lil Yachty and Santigold

    Diplo has a new album coming out on March 23 and just released the third single from the upcoming release. While the first two tracks had him working with DRAM on one song and MØ and Goldlink on the other, this one sees Diplo working with Santigold and Lil Yachty on the song "Worry No More." Diplo...
  • Listen to Hotel Del Salto's sublime new singles 'Yellow Rose' and 'Undercover Cop'

    Listen to Hotel Del Salto's sublime new singles 'Yellow Rose' and 'Undercover Cop'

    Recently, Welsh indie rock artist Hotel Del Salto made his first major release of 2018 with a pair of new singles. And in a departure from his earlier work, the new tracks put his vocals at the fore. “Yellow Rose” is a warbly electronica-tinged tune that would be easily at home on any record...
  • Diplo and DRAM release music video for 'Look Back'

    Diplo and DRAM release music video for 'Look Back'

    On Feb. 15, EDM super producer Diplo released a new music video for “Look Back,” a collaboration with hip-hop star D.R.A.M. The track is something of a departure for both artists. Its instrumentals are sparse and understated, two qualities that don’t apply to much of the Los Angeles-based hitmakers...
  • Watch Dries Van Haute's evocative music video for 'Games'

    Watch Dries Van Haute's evocative music video for 'Games'

    To promote his new Blue Roses EP, electronic/soul artist Dries Van Haute has released a music video for his song “Games.” Directed by Frank Luckas, the video is an abstract interpretation of the song’s lyrics, which concerns an initially loving relationship that turns toxic. In it, Zachée Ntambe...
  • Jóhann Jóhannsson, Oscar-nominated composer, dies at 48

    Jóhann Jóhannsson, Oscar-nominated composer, dies at 48

    Contemporary electronic songwriter and composer Jóhann Jóhannsson passed away at the young age of 48 late last week. The cause of death was not included in the initial report and statement made to his Facebook page, other than he was found in his Berlin apartment. As of Monday, authorities are still...
  • Marian Hill announce Unusual tour, new song coming Friday

    Marian Hill announce Unusual tour, new song coming Friday

    Electro-pop duo Marian Hill are headed back out on the road this spring. The duo made up of synth/keyboardist Jeremy Lloyd and singer Samantha Gongol announced their upcoming run of concert dates on Tuesday, which will fall under the promotional banner, “Unusual.” Tuesday’s announcement also...
  • Anomalie annouces 2018 tour dates

    Anomalie annouces 2018 tour dates

    On Jan. 23, electronic music producer Anomalie revealed plans to tour North America beginning this March. According to Anomalie’s tweet announcing the tour, he will be playing music from his 2017 album Métropole and will feature a full four-piece live band. As part of the tour, the future funk...
  • Spanish superstar Enrique Bunbury announces 2018 North American tour dates

    Spanish superstar Enrique Bunbury announces 2018 North American tour dates

    Rock in español legend Enrique Bunbury recently announced via Twitter that he has added several U.S. dates to his current tour. The Latin rock icon is hitting the road in support of his most recent album, 2017’s Expectativas. As part of the Ex Tour, Bunbury will be playing shows in San Francisco...
  • Brazilian Girls announce first album, tour in 10 years

    Brazilian Girls announce first album, tour in 10 years

    In news that will excite and delight electronic music fans, Brazilian Girls have announced plans to release their first full-length album in 10 years. As reported in Rolling Stone, the alternative dance group will release their fourth LP Let’s Make Love on April 13 via Six Degrees Records. To whet...
  • The Presets‏ announce 2018 California and NYC shows

    The Presets‏ announce 2018 California and NYC shows

    Earlier this month, Australian electronic music duo The Presets announced via Twitter plans to launch a North American small tour later this year. As part of their latest sojourn, the pair will be playing shows in San Diego, Los Angeles and Brooklyn, N.Y.’s illustrious Music Hall of Williamsburg...
  • Jean-Michel Jarre announces 2018 North American tour

    Jean-Michel Jarre announces 2018 North American tour

    This April, legendary French electronic music producer Jean-Michal Jarre will be coming to North America for a 6-date tour. As part of the tour, Jarre will be performing shows in Dallas, Houston, Seattle, San Diego and San Jose’s City National Civic. As noted in this recent interview, Jarre made an...
  • Disclosure postpone festival to work on new album

    Disclosure postpone festival to work on new album

    British electronic duo Disclosure have announced the 2018 hiatus of their Wild Life Festival, in hopes of clearing up time to work on their follow-up to 2015’s Caracal LP. Announced late last week, bandmates/brothers Howard and Guy Lawrence revealed that they plan on giving “the green grass of...
  • Diplo and Mark Ronson will make their live collborative debut at Governors Ball this summer under the name "Silk City." 

    Mark Ronson and Diplo announce new collaborative project, Silk City

    Pop hitmaker/producer Mark Ronson and the DJ/producer known as Diplo will be making their live collaborative debut under the name Silk City at New York’s Governors Ball this summer. The two artists and longtime friends made the first real announcement of their project together as part of the GovBall...
  • Lineup announced for 2018 spring CRSSD Festival

    Lineup announced for 2018 spring CRSSD Festival

    CRSSD Festival, San Diego’s two-day, biannual dance music event has announced the lineup for its 2018 spring edition. In just a few short months, artists including Empire of the Sun, Gorgon City, Sasha, Cirez D, Jai Wolf and Shiba San will be giving their headlining performances when the festival...
  • Listen: Flume shares ‘unreleased sounds’ in collaborative project with Greenpeace

    Listen: Flume shares ‘unreleased sounds’ in collaborative project with Greenpeace

    Popular Australian DJ Flume has gifted his fans with some new music as the year comes to a close. Shared on Sunday, the “previously unreleased sounds” come as the melodic accompaniment to a public awareness video in collaboration with Greenpeace. As Consequence of Sound reports, the new music video...
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