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  • The Floozies announces 2020 dates for Dayglow Funk Tour

    The Floozies announces 2020 dates for Dayglow Funk Tour

    The Floozies have announced a 2020 tour in support of their upcoming album, Dayglow Funk (2020), set to release within the coming months. Joining them on the road will be SunSquabi, Late Night Radio , Defunk, and Nobide. The Floozies' 2020 jaunt is set to kick off in February and make its way to...
  • GRiZ announces 6th annual GRiZMAS shows at Detroit's Masonic Temple

    GRiZ announces 6th annual GRiZMAS shows at Detroit's Masonic Temple

    For the sixth consecutive year in a row, GRiZ's annual GRiZMAS will be returning to the super-producer's hometown of Detroit, MI at the Masonic Temple Theatre. The two-day live concert event will feature two different specific setlists with Friday, Dec. 13 featuring a mixed variety of GRiZ's hits...
  • GRiZ announces 2019 Red Rocks double feature: ’10-’17 Set & Ride Waves Set

    GRiZ announces 2019 Red Rocks double feature: ’10-’17 Set & Ride Waves Set

    In less than a decade from beginning his music career as a DJ and record producer, Grant Kwiecinski, better known by his stage name, GRiZ has become one of the most sought-after curators of electro-soul or what he himself calls future funk. The now 28-year-old is not only a musical production guru...
  • The Chemical Brothers announce 2019 live dates

    The Chemical Brothers announce 2019 live dates

    The Chemical Brothers will return to U.S. shores this spring for a short run of shows on the West Coast with special guest The Black Madonna. The British duo will be touring in support of their highly anticipated studio album No Geography, which drops April 12 via Virgin EMI. The U.S. dates will be...
  • Rüfüs Du Sol announce additional North American dates for ‘Solace’ tour

    Rüfüs Du Sol announce additional North American dates for ‘Solace’ tour

    Aussie electro-pop trio Rüfüs Du Sol spent nearly all of last month on tour across the United States, performing a mix of their own headlining shows and festival appearances at events like Bonnaroo and both weekends of Electric Forest, which wrapped just last night (Sunday). Their North American...
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    5 reasons to see Pvris live

    Pvris made a return engagement to Tucson’s Rialto Theatre on March 11 to perform for a crowd of eager, faithful fans. Front woman Lynn Gunn mentioned that the first time they came to Tucson, they performed in a pizza parlor. Things have improved dramatically for the three-piece band since that time...
  • Listen to Fabian Secon's dazzling new single 'Haze'

    Listen to Fabian Secon's dazzling new single 'Haze'

    British R&B rising star Fabian Secon has returned with a brand-new single entitled “Haze.” The track, which features appearances from rappers Young T and Bugsey, blurs the lines separating R&B, rap, folk and electronica and ends up sounding utterly unlike anything on today’s charts. The best...
  • Listen to May Roosevelt's haunting new track 'Air'

    Listen to May Roosevelt's haunting new track 'Air'

    Last month, Greek musician May Roosevelt released a new single from entitled “Air” and it’s a track that deserves the attention of electronic and indie music fans alike. Roosevelt has named Johann Sebastian Bach, Klause Nomi and Björk as her central artistic influences and “Air’s” complex and dense...
  • Too Many Zooz to perform two shows at the Sinclair this January

    Too Many Zooz to perform two shows at the Sinclair this January

    On Oct. 25, it was announced that self-styled “brass house” band Too Many Zooz will be bringing their eclectic brand of instrumental dance music to the Northeast early next year. The group will be coming to Cambridge, Mass. for a two night stand at the area’s best independent music venue The...
  • 5 things you didn't know about Major Lazer

    5 things you didn't know about Major Lazer

    So you think you know all there is to know about the sensational electronic/reggae/dance trio that consists of Diplo (Wesley Pentz), Jillionaire (Christopher Leacock) and Walshy Fire (Leighton Paul Walsh) better known as Major Lazer? Test your knowledge with the following facts and then you'll...
  • 5 things you didn't know about Badbadnotgood

    5 things you didn't know about Badbadnotgood

    Seven years ago, BADBADNOTGOOD established themselves as a compelling new act by fusing hip-hop and jazz in bold new ways. The group subsequently expanded their fan base by playing raucous live shows that proved it’s possible to mosh to free jazz. As a result of their collaborations with esteemed...
  • Listen: Dhani Harrison goes full speed ahead on debut single 'All About Waiting'

    Listen: Dhani Harrison goes full speed ahead on debut single 'All About Waiting'

    U.K. singer-songwriter Dhani Harrison released his debut single "All About Waiting" on July 21. Thenewno2 member goes it alone on the electronic track. Harrison is the son of late Beatle member George Harrison. He launched his music career in 2006 as a member of thenewno2 with Oliver Hecks. The band...
  • Review: Matt Koelsch's impresses with 'Thinking of You'

    Review: Matt Koelsch's impresses with 'Thinking of You'

    On July 14, singer-songwriter Matt Koelsch released his latest EP, Thinking of You and its one of the season’s most pleasant new releases. The record is a five song meditation on long-distance relationships, nostalgia for times past and the unique blend of anger and humiliation that only come with...
  • The Floozies announce Funk Jesus US tour

    The Floozies announce Funk Jesus US tour

    On July 18, the electro-funk band The Floozies announced an extensive tour of the United States and Puerto Rico. The Lawrence, Kanas -based band is barnstorming across America in support of their forthcoming album Funk Jesus, which is due out this September. As part of the tour, the group will be...
  • Interview: Dominic Maker on return of James Blake, King Krule on new Mount Kimbie album

    Interview: Dominic Maker on return of James Blake, King Krule on new Mount Kimbie album

    London duo Mount Kimbie have recently released two new singles: "We Go Home Together" featuring James Blake and "Marilyn" featuring Micachu. They hint at an evolution of the Mount Kimbie sound and filters inspiration from more exotic lands. It also fuels the excitement for their forthcoming and yet...
  • Moderat to play Northern American shows this spring

    Moderat to play Northern American shows this spring

    Seizing on the profile boost given to by their upcoming performance at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, German electronic music group Moderat will be playing a select series of dates this April. The trio will be playing shows in New York and Montréal in between their appearances at...
  • Palmistry announces North American tour

    Palmistry announces North American tour

    British electronic dance musician Palmistry is coming to the US for his first ever North American tour. Starting later this month, Benjy Keating will be playing select dates in New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, and...
  • Bonobo and Nick Murphy release new single 'No Reason'

    Bonobo and Nick Murphy release new single 'No Reason'

    On Jan. 10, British producer and DJ Bonobo released a new single, “No Reason” from his upcoming sixth studio album Migration, and it’s one of the most arresting new songs of 2017. In addition to a lush trip-hop soundscape, the track features a gorgeous vocal from Australian singer-songwriter Nick...
  • The Chain Gang of 1974 announces U.S. tour

    The Chain Gang of 1974 announces U.S. tour

    Synth-pop act The Chain Gang of 1974 will be heading on a U.S. headlining tour this Feb. Chain Gang will also support alt-rockers AFI during their current North American tour from the end of Jan. to the beginning of Feb. Although Chain Gang hasn’t released a new record since 2014’s Daydream Forever...
  • SOFI TUKKER nominated for Best Dance Recording Grammy Award

    SOFI TUKKER nominated for Best Dance Recording Grammy Award

    Last Monday, New York City-based house duo SOFI TUKKER received a rare honor; their debut single was nominated for Grammy Award. The pair’s intoxicatingly blissful dance track “Drinkee” was nominated in the Best Dance Recording category. The group shares the accolade with renowned English DJ Riton...
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