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EDC Vegas Shuttle Programs drops New Routes, Pickup Sites and Times

In the months leading to the 23rd annual Electric Daisy Carnival, Headliners can purchase shuttle passes to help them commute comfortably to and from the festival grounds and other shuttle locations. At edclasvegas.com/shuttles, attendees can purchase both three-day standard ($99 before fees) and premiere passes ($199) that include round-trip transportation to and from the festival. Standard shuttle services to the speedway will run daily from 6 to 11:30 p.m. and return from the festival between 3 and 6:30 a.m. Locations included in the Standard Shuttle package include Rio Hotel & Casino; Festival Grounds at Circus Circus; Downtown; Mid-Strip and Tropicana more »

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Insomniac Reveals Record-Breaking Phase One Lineup for EDC Week 2019

With Spring festival season underway, Insomniac announces its return to Las Vegas and releases its first phase of EDC Week performances that expands the experience beyond the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. 50 shows around the Las Vegas circuit will take place at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, 1 OAK at The Mirage, KAOS at The Palms, and other marquee properties for the first time. A-list DJs and artists will takeover these spots from Wednesday, May 15th to Monday, May 20th. Since its inception, Insomniac has facilitated the most immersive, large-scaled, out-of-this-world electronic music spectaculars in the industry and will more »

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Matrix & Futurebound Drop Dreamy Single “Got You There” with Zelah

Drum and Bass duo, Matrix & Futurebound, return with the passionate and explosive “Got You There” feature songstress, Zelah. Their brand of Drum and Bass has crossed the elusive divide to mainstream commercial success and has galvanized the worldwide Drum and Bass scene for years. After a fruitful 2018 with ‘Tardis’, ‘Mystery Machine,’ and ‘Live Another Day,’ the release of “Got You There” previews their forthcoming album soon to drop in the next year. “Got You There” is a musical elixir that makes the listener feel like their skydiving into an otherworldly portal of ethereal sounds and heart-pounding drums that more »

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Mark Redito & Ehiorobo Join For Inescapably Catchy Single “Right There”

Back in April, we caught up with Filipino producer, Mark Redito, for his plush, digital pop single “Cloud Keep” with Abbi Press. Now, in early December, we are gifted another musical elixir of dance pop that feels vintage yet new with his latest single “Right There,” with New Jersey musician, Ehiorobo. Delivering growly basses, punchy dance percussion, and glossy synths, Redito’s production inherits the familiar charm and spirit of his previous songs but with ear-catching groove and grit this time around. It transports listeners back in time but champions a sound that suspends it. The track feels connected to Mark’s other tunes that illustrate themes of digital more »

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umru’s “Search Result” Is a Pop-Bending Algorithm

Back in May, we were given a glimpse of umru’s forthcoming debut EP “Search Result” when he dropped the textural pop opus, “sticky,” with Raveena Golden. Seven months later, we are now treated to the entire full-length project and the hype is much deserved. umru’s dazzling rise in the industry has been a spectacle not often seen nor done by those his age. At just 19 years old, he has had one of the biggest splashes of any artist in 2018. umru has become an overarching brand of quotable tweets, viral memes, hilarious Tik Tok videos, and of course, music. more »

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Camp Flog Gnaw 2018: One Week Later

Watching the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival climb from low-key music showcase to A-list festival can be tear-jerking. After all, Tyler, the Creator reminded the hordes of attendees at this year’s festival of his underdog tale during his set. “They told me I couldn’t throw a block party for the OF store on Fairfax” he said. “It started with an idea…” The maturation of Tyler, the Creator is an odyssey manifested through his five-album discography that has pulled in and inspired a generation of hip-hop fans for nearly a decade. Where would the Brockhamptons, the Kevin Abstracts, Lil’ Yachtys, and Lil’ more »

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SLEEPYCATT’s Minecraft Birthday Party is the Music Festival 2018 Deserved

Soundcloud twitter is a universe crowded with memes and quotable tweets. Cartoonish personalities and characters that govern a community that feels cooler than the audio distribution platform itself. If you heard this past week that there was a “Minecraft Party” where Charli XCX showed up, you were correctly informed. For one night, Minecraft was the festival ground for a 13+ artist lineup that included Soundcloud favorites Y2K, Valentine, umru, William Crooks, Cavan Brady, Sadkey, Yitaku, Ramen Boy, and Gupi to celebrate SLEEPYCATT’s 21st Birthday. It’s as if Brownies and Lemonade was boxed in the 3-D space of Minecraft, or if Kaytranada’s more »

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Umru and Ravenna Golden Team Up to Release Chilling Pop Banger “Sticky”

After a whirlwind of remixes and co-production work alongside A.G. Cook for Charli XCX’s Pop 2 Mixtape, 19-year old, New York-based producer umru returns to the fold with LA songstress, Ravenna Golden, to release “sticky.” Originally planned as a remix of Ravenna’s Machete, the pair turned their heads towards creating something new and fresh for audiences to hear. At center stage are Ravenna’s airy, autotuned vocals that contrast with umru’s mammoth percussion. Detailed with otherworldly, futuristic sound design, umru alchemizes squeaky textures, hyperreal soundscapes, and SOPHIE-inspired percussion into a refreshing take on pop that remains explosive and electric at its center. Ravenna’s ethereal more »

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Bro Can I Steal This? – A Meme Review [February 2018]

As a connoisseur of memes, it is fair to say that meme content has become a modern form of communication and interconnection for millennials and Generation Z. With advancements in technology, our affinity for memes and internet culture has kept us closer to our phones and laptops than anything else. With access to news and media at the stroke of a finger, these sessions where we relax-and-swipe have normalized into our everyday schedules. Our attention spans and content consumption has us binge-streaming meme photos and videos for hours on end.  Memes have given this generation a voice and solace those more »

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