Flume has announced more new music is on its way.
Until this week all had been quiet on the Australian artist's front in terms of fresh material since 2017's 'Skin Companion EP II', although back in January fans were promised more studio work would be coming this year.
Calvin Harris is selling his Hollywood Hill’s luxury home just 16 months after buying it. The asking price is $5.75 million, though you can also rent it for $25,000 per month if you’re short.
At 6,000 square feet, it comes with a comfortable four bedrooms and six bathrooms. There’s also a home recording studio, obviously. Other amenities and features include a living room with chandeliers and parquet flooring, swimming pool, an outdoor shower and spiral staircase, and decking with views across the city.
Flume has dropped brand new music in a surprise mixtape, which was unveiled today.
It's the Australian artist's first fresh material since ‘Skin Companion EP II' in 2017, with the announcement coming via Twitter yesterday.
Flume, whose documentary series 'When Everything Was New' arrived on YouTube earlier this month, has also scored the 2019 trailer to Chicago's Lollapalooza festival.
Above & Beyond have dropped another trance cut, 'Flying by Candlelight'.
Featuring vocals from Marty Longstaff, it's the first single off the group's upcoming EP 'Common Ground Companion'.
With soaring synth arpeggios and driving piano at its centre, 'Flying by Candlelight' is surely destined for the peaks of many festival sets, and makes sure the now Grammy-nominated Above & Beyond get their 2019 off to a flier.
1001Tracklists has compiled its data from 2018 to chart the most played dance tracks of the year.
The user-powered platform gathered the info from 36,000 tracklists uploaded to the site throughout the year and has presented the results in a chart they’ve called ‘A State Of Dance Music 2018’.
The Black Madonna has taken to Twitter to reflect on her changing attitude to EDM following her time playing Florida's Holy Ship festival.
“I used to hate EDM and I still really don’t care for the music,” she admitted. “But... I remember something Carl Cox said about how he was fine with EDM because it’s basically an entry point for young people in dance and how those people will stick around, the implication being tastes change.”
A DJ play set available on Amazon will let your kid (or you) fulfil their (let's be real, your) DJing dreams.
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Party Favor, aka LA-based Dylan Ragland, has been doing the club a good service since he burst onto the scene in 2014 with ‘Bap U’, a twerk-inducing party starter whose video saw guest turns from Diplo and Seth Green. A regular on Mad Decent ever since, last summer’s Coachella saw him joined onstage by Jamie Foxx, Tyga and Rich The Kid.
Martin Garrix has shared his full ANIMA performance from Amsterdam's huge RAI venue, which took place during this year's ADE.
The two-hour set was one of the most talked about of the annual Amsterdam mega-festival-cum-conference, and is now available to view at home in full 4K glory, showcasing the incredible lighting, sound and visuals.
Martin Garrix says his main goal is supporting new talent, according to a recent edition of GQ's Actually Me.
The ongoing social media series sees celebrities take questions from the public and respond to information published about them online through sites such as Wikipedia, revealing plenty in the process.