Electric Daisy Carnival, the dance music festival which drew over 250,000 attendees to its three-day Las Vegas event last year, will hit New York on 19 and 20 May, at a soon-to-be-announced location. Electric Daisy Carnival New York will be presented via a partnership between EDC organizer Insomniac Events, and Pacha New York, the only U.S. branch of the storied Ibizan nightlife brand. The event is part of EDC’s expanding initiative to add a traveling component to its brand, supporting the marquis Las Vegas celebration. Venue and lineup details for the festuval will be announced soon. The main event, EDC Las Vegas, is scheduled for June 8-10. Check out the newly updated electricdaisycarnival.com for more information.
HEART FX And Joe Jury Are Getting Us Warmer With Their New Single “King Without A Throne”
After releasing their first single “Thinking Of You” on Flamingo Recordings, the Austrian duo, HEART FX consisting of Markus Schulz & Mario Staniek, mesmerize us with their newly-born release with its tongue-in-cheek title, “King Without a Throne“. As the leading voice softly goes “I’m looking for a place to settle down, yes it’s hard to find the shelter in this town“, it transfers us to the cavernous space created somewhere above our heads, reminding us that everybody gets lonely and nostalgic at times. And so do HEART FX, bewitching us with their music sensibility and mysterious aura. You might be a bit surprised that the following label is responsible for the release. It’s the Dutch Big & Dirty brand, previously standing for edgy club sounds, are now redefining themselves. As they say about their new direction “We aspire to travel the world, only to worry about deadlines. We encourage freedom of speech, still rather stay quiet than cause a scene. We aim for real friendships, but spend valuable time on our phones. Yet we find balance in music. (…)‘Cause music works like a drug.” However, if we are to believe that the most glorious form of art is, indeed, music, then – Big & Dirty and HEART FX get along perfectly.
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Both, the mysterious yet symbolic title and seemingly fairytale artwork for the cover of the single, “King Without A Throne” touch us with their enigmatic and sensitive aura. Still, the production, with all its halo does not bring any naive or shallow atmosphere to the track, but it perfectly suits what we would love to hear in cold, autumn evenings or what we would like to dance to on vivid dancefloors being surrounded by electronic music lovers. Just like HEART FX like listening to sad music when they’re down and dance in their rooms when they’re excited. That magical set of contradictions is smoothened by music which keeps them in balance, and “King Without A Throne” makes an excellent example to believe that our fresh duo, HEART FX cannot imagine life without their queen – music, herself and they will surely surprise us with their next, forthcoming singles.
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NEW ALBUM: ‘Cloudontime’ By Fiasco Disaster Is Out!
Check out the new album ‘Cloudontime’ by artist Fiasco Disaster. It was released 11.09.2016 and contains a total of 6 tracks. A great combination of beats and experimental synth sounds would be a fresh new addition to your trance and ambient music collection!
‘CLOUDONTIME’ BY FIASCO DISASTER
IS NOW AVAILABLE
LISTEN: Chelsea Cutler – Wake Up (Remixes)
Out now through Ultra Music comes a wicked pair of remixes inspired by Chelsea Cutler’s ‘Wake Up.’ The East Coast hailing singer and songwriter has just signed with the prestigious label, and this month sees both Sondr and Cuebrick take on her enigmatic single.
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Sondr is up first with a delicately lilting remake, providing well-placed percussion and an easy sense of groove – layering Cutler’s vocals in waves over the top. The Cuebrick edit opens fluidly and with an air of serenity, before adding dynamic drum patterns, expressive chords and gathering tension with its progressive energy.
This remix package is a great introduction to the sounds of Chelsea Cutler, and both featured artists have put forward high caliber versions of the powerful ‘Wake Up.’