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New Video: Aspect Zavi – Marco Polo

Popular YouTuber Aspect Zavi is so much more than just a viral social media sensation! The Chicago-born, Dallas-raised artist is a songwriter, lyricist, dancer and creative content producer, and at just 21 years old has amassed an incredible fan base as he works towards his next big hit. Zavi’s recent video “Marco Polo” directed by Marty McFly kicked off his latest round of music with Detroit’s BMB Records. You can find this Jeiwes The Soundman-produced single on all digital platforms here: https://orcd.co/marcopolo Watch the visual below, and look out for new music from Aspect Zavi coming soon! Follow Aspect Zavi more »

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Mocki Announce Debut Single ‘Weekend’ + Jai Wolf Remix Stream

2015 kicks off with a true stomper ‘Weekend‘ by Anglo-German artist Mocki. Following in the footsteps of recent singles by Years & Years, Chela, The Magician and Tobtok, Mocki deliver their debut single “Weekend“, an infectious three minute slice of bright, spiky pop with a huge hook, in the same vein as Odesza and Kiesza. Composed of vocalist/songwriter Domino and German producer duo Sister, Mocki is the outcome of an “unapologetic fun project” mixing their different  musical backgrounds : punk, rock, disco, soul and more. ‘Weekend‘ was the first song written by the group and it came together in record speed. more »

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Voted Future Favorite on ASOT & Out Now: Craig Connelly ft Cate Kanell “Shipwreck”

PREVIEW ON SOUNDCLOUD | BUY ON BEATPORT   With no less than five new tracks lined up for release, British DJ and producer Craig Connelly is looking to make 2015 his most monumental year yet. First up is “Shipwreck,” a soaring symphonic track rich with Cate Kanell’s celestial vocals. Uplifting, while deeply emotional at the same time, “Shipwreck” was quickly signed by Armin van Buuren after he received the demo and was premiered on his radio show A State Of Trance, where it was voted “Future Favorite” by listeners one week after its debut. It was also chosen as the “Fan Voted EFL Anthem” on Gareth Emery’s Electric more »

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Seven Reasons to go KUKU for BUKU

Culture, Art, Music, Food. Just a few words to describe the magic that encompasses New Orleans, Louisiana. And now one more: BUKU. For the fourth year in a row, Winter Circle Productions, Huka Entertainment, and MCP Presents outdo themselves with one of the most anticipated lineups for 2015. With an array of artistic talent, BUKU Music + Art Project not only satisfies the attendees with top of the line performances from multiple genres, but completely immerses them into the New Orleans culture for a weekend unlike any other. Being a two-year BUKU veteran myself, here are just a few reasons BUKU should be at the top of more »

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Diplo Takes Over Diplo & Friends With 2 Hours Of Music “You Will Be Playing In Six Months”

Diplo is starting 2015 hot, bending genres and continuing to stay ahead of the curve.  Diplo & Friends is by far the biggest electronic music radio show, and took the torch on the first BBC Radio 1Xtra show of 2015, delivering 2 hours of heat.  With new music from Wuki, Justin Martin, Dillon Francis and more.  Now sit back, relax, and follow the tracklist on here while you stream it. Diplo Soundcloud | Twitter | Facebook – Tracklist: Jack Ü – Take U There ft. Kiesza (#NolaSwiftRmx) X Diplo Theme Yellow Claw, Cesqeaux & Tropkillaz – General Quickie Mart – A$$ Rotation (Smookie Illson Remix) more »

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[Out Now] Max Graham’s Cycles 6 Compilation Blurs Genre Lines

PREVIEW “CYCLES 6” PURCHASE ON ITUNES | PURCHASE ON BEATPORT We sometimes forget that music is cyclical. As a new generation of clubbers discover sounds for the first time, they mistakenly believe the decades old genres are somehow a new phenomenon. The styles we attach to the terms techno, trance, progressive, and house are moving targets at best — words that are now redefined on an almost weekly basis. Cycles is Max Graham’s “Yearly Snapshot” of his own musical journey, a collection representing the natural progression in his taste. As always with Cycles the elements of melody shine through this classically mixed compilation (like Graham’s more »

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