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Lo Key Shares Some Great “Summer Nights” on New Single

Performed with EDM’s best (Marshmello, Steve Aoki), up-and-coming sensation Lo Key isn’t ready for the Summer to end just yet as he unveils his latest single, properly-titled, “Summer Nights”. The new song is infused with an organic blend of Disco, Trance, Dance and Techno. Filled with monstrous bass, top-tier fades, and infectious dance, “Summer Nights” tells an intriguing story of love and fun through the creative sonic elements. Unfamiliar with Lo Key? Lo Key discovered his passion for music production as an outlet to overcome the challenges he faced as a young kid dealing with a very difficult and mentally more »

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Mysterious Duo Avenue One Releasing First Original Track, “In Your Arms”

[soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/187159654″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”450″ iframe=”true” /] Avenue One is a new collaboration between two established producers in the progressive trance scene, but for now their identities remain anonymous. They’ve been subtly releasing work over the past year, including their remixes of Aly & Fila’s “For All Time” featuring Jaren and Matt Cerf and Ost & Meyer featuring Fenja “Like We Love,” so a fan with a keen ear could solve the puzzle. On February 9, the enigmatic duo releases their first original track together, “In Your Arms,” on Enhanced Progressive and is one step closer to revealing their names. “In Your Arms” is more »

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OUT TODAY: Mord Fustang’s Debut LP, ‘9999 in 1!’

After much anticipation, Mord Fustang has released his debut album, 9999 in 1.The album finally lifts the curtain on the enigmatic wizard famed for merging elements of future synth, teched-out house, disco, electro, glitch, and hard bass grooves in a single track. According to Mord Fustang, 9999 in 1 is “kind of a concept album.” Growing up in the small Eastern European country of Estonia, Mord became a video game fanatic – today he claims “70% of my body is made of video games.” The title comes from the random numbers the video games of his childhood always had on the plastic yellow cartridges. The album is a more »

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Wakarusa Announces Third and Final Artist Lineup for 2015

Wakarusa Announces Third and Final Artist Lineup for 2015   Wakarusa Music Festival is thrilled to announce the third and final round of the artist lineup for the 2015 festival. This year’s final announcement of artists includes Major Lazer, Thievery Corporation, Umphrey’s McGee, Dirty Heads, Lotus and many more.  The 12th annual Wakarusa will take place on the majestic Mulberry Mountain June 4-7, 2015 near Ozark, Arkansas. This year’s lineup will feature an eclectic mix of indie, rock, EDM, hip-hop, reggae and more. Headliners will include Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, back from a seven-year hiatus, and electronic music powerhouse Major Lazer. In addition, Jimmy Fallon’s house band and neo-soul group The Roots, and dub-infused electronic bandThievery more »

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Introducing Uphoric, The Global Festival Television Network

New York, January 21, 2015: Creative entertainment marketing and experiential agency UG Strategies announces the upcoming launch of Uphoric, the world’s first digital television network dedicated to the global music festival circuit. Uphoric will provide viewers with an exclusive look into the world of festivals, from backstage to onstage. Programming will include artist and music content, behind-the-scenes footage, live concert streaming, industry documentaries, insider interviews, reality TV, and much more. Uphoric will initially launch via online and mobile destinations, and will also distribute content via international third-party cable and multi-channel networks.   “UGS has been working closely with festivals around the world for over a decade, and has heard more »

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Check Out Borgore’s Brand New Mansion In Hollywood Hills

A resounding “mazel tov” is in order for Israeli dubstep DJ/music producer Borgore. The Tel Aviv native (real name: Asaf Borger) just purchased a Hollywood Hills home for $2.27 million earlier this month. The four-bedroom, four-bath spread, which was built in 1956, is a 2,883-square-foot beauty in the Lake Hollywood area. The contemporary-style home features walls of glass, which seem to have inspired Borgore’s music, judging from the video for his track “Ratchet” which features several women shoving their derrieres against glass walls. And then there’s the popular eco-friendly Ann Sacks tile throughout, along with custom cabinetry with imported Italian more »

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