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Apple Music Keeps The Tomorrowland: Around The World Sets Alive

August 5, 2020

Apple Music is keeping the Tomorrowland dance party going and bringing the most international music event on the planet into your daily mix. Starting today, Apple Music subscribers can revisit some of the biggest live DJ sets from the successful, two-day electronic dance music festival that featured sets from over 60 different artists and drew in roughly […]

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Creamfields House Party Lineup Features Axwell Λ Ingrosso, Deadmau5, & More

August 5, 2020

Announced just days ago, the Creamfields House Party lineup is here with a bunch of fan-favorite sets as well as never-before broadcasted sets, as well! On the lineup are a bunch of top-tier acts from across the spectrum (minus some bass music) from the likes of Axwell Λ Ingrosso, Deadmau5, Hardwell, The Blessed Madonna, Duke […]

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YouTube Music will completely replace Google Play Music by end of 2020

August 5, 2020

Google Play was first launched on March 6, 2012, bringing together Android Market, Google Music, and the Google eBookstore under one brand, marking a shift in Google’s digital distribution strategy. Now, by the end of 2020, it will be completely phased out by Google’s more recent (and more readily monetized) YouTube Music platform. A post […]

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Beirut’s Nightclub District “Virtually Wiped Out” By Yesterday’s Explosion

August 5, 2020

The devastating explosion that shook Beirut yesterday has “virtually wiped out” out the city’s nightclub district. The Lebanese capital suffered a major blow on Tuesday, due to a huge ammonium nitrate explosion which left 5,000 people injured 135 dead. In addition, dozens of buildings, including shops, restaurants and other businesses, were severely damaged. According to local […]

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Your EDM Premiere: StarMonster – Milky Way [Drezza Remix]

August 5, 2020

Drezza is a name you might not be familiar with, but he’s been putting out consistent fire recently. Today, he just dropped his latest remix for “Milky Way” by StarMonster, a space bass explosion if there ever was one. Recently making waves with a few big releases on Wakaan, Circus, and Scapegoat Records, Drezza has […]

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Facebook Officially Launches TikTok Killer ‘Reels’ On Instagram

August 5, 2020

Today, Facebook-owned Instagram released its new service, Reels, in the United States and dozens of other countries. Designed to be a TikTok killer, the app lets users make and watch short-form videos — just like TikTok. In light of President Trump’s insistence toward a TikTok ban in the US (and despite Microsoft’s attempt to purchase […]

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Creamfields unveils nostalgic virtual roster including Hardwell, deadmau5, Axwell Λ Ingrosso, and more

August 5, 2020

Although Creamfields is unable to take place in its routine, in-person format at the end of August, the UK festival revealed that a virtual substitute would be held across part of its original dates. Recruiting a tally of nearly 40 headliners for the August 29 – 30 digital event, Creamfields coordinators have officially revealed the […]

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ORBIT: AMPLIFY Playlist—Whethan

August 5, 2020

Over the past few weeks, electronic artists have celebrated the musical contributions of black artists by compiling ORBIT: AMPLIFY playlists. The playlists have succinctly spotlit productions from black artists and artists of color that have influenced these artists’ careers, and on a simpler level, kept them moving and grooving.  Following respective ORBIT: AMPLIFY playlists from Cuppy, CeCe Rogers, Martin Badder, Loud Luxury, Akira […]

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ZHU presents Coral.PINK for Virtual Lollapalooza 2020 [MUST WATCH]

August 5, 2020

ZHU‘s majestic performance from Virtual Lollapalooza 2020 just hit the internet — and it’s hands down one of the best things we’ve witnessed throughout quarantine. Live from the Coral Pink Sand Dunes in Utah, ZHU ditches flashy visuals and stage design for a serene landscape. The live set, known as ZHU presents Coral.PINK, is 50 […]

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Glasonbury might not return until 2022, says founder

August 5, 2020

Michael Eavis, founder of the infamous Glastonbury Festival, is unsure of the UK event’s 2021 fate, but has a newfound confidence that the iconic festival will survive the COVID-19 pandemic. In an interview with ITV conducted the week of August 3, Eavis addressed how restrictions on event capacity and other related limitations would affect how […]

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