Posts tagged with "electro"

MOONRISE FESTIVAL 2018

Moonrise Festival 2018 Returns to Pimlico Race Course August 10th and 11th

Moonrise Festival, Baltimore’s flagship electronic music festival, returns to Pimlico Race Course for a sixth consecutive year with headlining acts Tiesto, Excision, 21 Savage, Illenium, Alan Walker, Zhu, blackbear, Gryffin, San Holo, Ganja White Night, Seven Lions, Slushii, Kshmr, Yellow Claw, Jai Wolf, Smokepurpp, Space Jesus, Peekaboo, Nora En Pure, Shiba San, Justin Martin, and many more.

Hailed as one of the best and most diverse East Coast festivals, Moonrise annually draws in over 35,000attendees per day. Festival organizers Club Glow and Steez Promohave a proven track record for throwing unforgettable large-scale entertainment events, and with Moonrise touching all corners of the dance floor, from electro and dubstep to house and rap, this year’s highly anticipated festival will be no different.

Visit: www.moonrisefestival.com for tickets and more info.

Current contests include:

GA pair: https://app.hive.co/l/ppzqoand 4-Pack VIP: https://app.hive.co/l/ytvj1

SACHI shares new anthem featuring Roe

With over twenty-five million cumulative streams and a pair of gold plaques back home, rising New Zealand duo SACHI share a brand new single entitled “Sparking My Fire” [feat. ROE]today.

Get it HERE via Casablanca Records.

Once again, the twosome ignites a fresh flame for electronic dance music. Weaving together live choir, strings, and a horn section, they craft a warm and wondrous sonic background that builds towards a shimmering climax. Over this soundscape, Los Angeles songstress ROE carries heavenly and hypnotic verses towards an anthemic refrain, “You’re sparking my fire.

Most importantly, the single lights the fuse for the group’s upcoming EP—due out July 27, 2019. Be on the lookout for more music and big news from SACHI very soon.

Smashing boundaries between electro, pop, and house, SACHI harness unabashed, unfiltered, and undeniable energy in their music. By 2019, they notched over 25 million cumulative streams and earned two gold singles back in their native New Zealand—“No More” and “Shelter.” Recently, “Hollywood Angel” [feat. E^ST]and “Worst Behaviour” [feat. Sam DeRosa] ignited excitement for the arrival of new music this year.

COLD WAR KIDS NEW ALBUM

Cold War Kids release Audience a live, greatest hits album, available at all digital partners. Fans can pre-order Audience on vinyl, which features three exclusive bonus tracks, and CD today at shopcoldwarkids.com.
Recorded at The Georgia Theatre in Athens, GA on September 24, 2017, Audience takes its title from a song that appeared on Cold War Kids 2017, Behave Yourself. The career-spanning live set, available now on Capitol Records, also features key songs from each of the band’s six studio albums, including “We Used to Vacation,” “Hang Me Up To Dry,” and “Hospital Beds,” from Cold War Kids 2006 debut, “Robbers & Cowards,” and “Miracle Mile” and “Bottled Affection” from 2013’s Dear Miss Lonelyhearts. The band’s most recent releases are represented with “All This Could Be Yours,”and the Gold-certified, Alternative Songs chart topper “First” from 2014’s Hold My Home plus “So Tied Up,”  and “Restless,” and “Can We Hang On?”; which originally appeared on LA Divine, the band’s 2017 sixth studio album. See below for track listing.

LEMAITRE’s MACHINE

Norwegian-born, Los Angeles-based electronic duo Lemaitre returns with a new single, « Machine » and an early start on the festival season with performances this weekend at M3F in Phoenix, AZ and CRSSD in San Diego, CA. “Machine” – the duo’s first new offering since 2017’s Chapter One, which featured the hit single « Closer” feat. vocalist Jennie A. blends bright synth lines, jangly guitar riffs, and soaring melody into a sweetly wistful, indie-pop-inspired confection. Relationship issues send the track’s narrator into emotional overload and leave him yearning for a simpler, more mechanical existence. He pleads, “Every time that I try, I shut down/So can you please hit restart?”.

 

“The basis for the lyrics to the song was this thing my cousin used to say when he was little” notes Ketil Jansen, who founded Lemaitre with fellow producer/songwriter Ulrik Denizou Lund. “Every time he did something he wasn’t allowed to do, like play with matches or whatever, he’d always turn into a machine and walk out of the room all robot-like, saying « I’m a machine, I don’t have any feelings, you can’t yell at me.” It was the perfect defense”

 

“Machine” is the first in a series of new tracks from Lemaitre. Forthcoming singles “Control” “Little Things” and “Big” are the results of Lemaitre’s collaborations with producers Coucheron, Jerry Folk, Bearson and William Larsen, all of whom are also Norwegian artists living in L.A. The tracks will be released over the course of the year.

 

In addition to this weekend’s festival performances, the duo will play Sasquatch and numerous other festivals. See below for initial itinerary and follow Lemaitre for further announcements. Known for their incendiary live sets, such as their explosive appearance at Coachella 2016. Lemaitre constantly change up their show to specifically suit each audience and venue, typically bringing in a full band, sometimes with an entire horn section.

 

Lemaitre’s commitment to upending what’s expected of the musical experience dates back to their earliest days as a duo. After meeting at a party in Oslo and bonding over their love of the Chemical Brothers and Basement Jaxx, Lund and Jansen started making music as teenagers. In summer 2010, they had a major breakthrough when “The Friendly Sound” – their second-ever release – hit No. 1 on Hype Machine overnight. In early 2012, Lemaitre released the first EP in their Relativity series. Relativity 2 followed in May 2012 and reached No. 1 on the iTunes Electronic chart in the U.S. and Canada. Soon after their song “1:18” was used as in a 2014 ad for the Apple iPhone 5C, Lemaitre signed to Astralwerks and made the move to L.A.

 

Streams of the hit single “Closer” now exceed 50 million on Spotify. The track was heard in a Google phone commercial and used by Bose in various retail displays while “We Got U” appeared in the FIFA 2017 mobile app trailer. “Higher” featuring Maty Noyes, landed in an Apple Watch ad, was praised by Idolator as “a mind-bending banger”.

 

 

Download / Stream “Machine” HERE:

 

 

Lemaitre : 2018 Festival Dates : 

3/2 – Phoenix, AZ @ McDowell Mountain Music Festival

3/3 – San Diego, CA @ CRSSD Festival

4/28 – Jujutla, Mexico @ Festival Vaiven

5/25 – Sasquatch Music Festival @ The Gorge Amphitheatre

8/9 – Zambujeira do Mar, Portugal @ Meo Sudoeste Festival

8/11 – Budapest, Hungary @ Sziget Festival

8/18 – Bodø, Norway @ Parkenfestivalen

S.O.S

“Bloodline” is the third single from this electro-pop singer’s latest album release, Edges Of The Mind.  With the emergence of Jazz/EDM recording artists like AlunaGeorge and Maty NoyesS.O.S is poised to excel.  “Bloodline” is an anthemic masterpiece. Lyrics speak volumes to the new age generation – the millennials. In unison, they can achieve anything.  S.O.S‘s ability to melodically enamour an audience with Sade-like vocals and provocative instrumentation is a win-win. This musician’s sophistication along with strong marketability has landed them on our #360WatchList.


In fact, 360 just experienced a premonition. There’s a Grammy in her path if she continues to sustain her momentum. After all, a clean new sound is the equation for success. Simply ask our current cover stars, Hey Violet.



Behind  S.O.S  is  Sophie  Debattista,  a  23-year-old  Anglo-Maltese  singer/songwriter.  She  was  originally  born  in  Malta  and  at  the  age  of  18,  the young  songstress  embraced  her  British  heritage  and  followed  her  love  of  music  to  the UK.  By  2013,  Sophie  was  awarded  a  scholarship  at  The  Institute  Of  Contemporary Music  Performance  (ICMP)  in  London  which  enabled  her  to  study and  graduate  with  a  first-class  BA  (Hons)  in  Songwriting.  This  played  a  major  role  in Sophie’s  growth  within  the  UK  so  far  and  five  years  down  the  line,  she regularly  performs  around  the  music  circuit  in  London  and  plays  many  festivals across  the  country.  Moreover,  Sophie  works  hard  at  self-funding  her music  through  busking  on  the  TFL  network  and  loves  that  she’s  given  the  chance  to meet  new  people  in  an  unconventional  way  and  bring  some  positivity  into  their  day through  her  music. Towards  the  end  of  2015,  Sophie’s  music  took  an  exciting  turn  as  she  began  to delve  into  the  world  of  music  production.  She  now  fronts  the  production  team  on  all of  her  releases  creating  a  combination  of  edgy  electronic  tracks,  warm  vocals  and intense  lyrics  drawing  influence  from  the  likes  of  Alessia  Cara,  NAO,  Halsey  and Lorde.  Sophie  was  recently  in  the  studio  recording  her  forthcoming  debut  EP Edges  Of  The  Mind where  this  distinct  sound  is  showcased.  The  first  two  singles from  that  EP, “Bittersweet” and  “Silent  Witness,” received  the  support  of  top  British media  including  BBC  IntroducingBBC  Radio  6  and  Clash  Magazine.  November 2017  is  set  to  be  an  exciting  month  for  Sophie  as  she  will  be  releasing  her  next, highly  anticipated  single  “Bloodline.”  She  asserts, “Music  is  my  world.  I  feel  extremely  fortunate  to  be  able  to  do  what I  love  doing  most  in  such  a  diverse  country  that  keeps  inspiring  me  everyday.  I  am continuously  influenced  by  some  incredible  artists  such  as  Ed  Sheeran, Beyonce, Ellie  Goulding  and  Lorde.  Recently,  my  music  has  entered  a  new  and  exciting phase  and  the  release  of  my  debut  EP  will  be  my  first  ever  collection  of  work  and  a chance  to  show  the  ‘real  me.’”

DEV Q×A

DEV SET TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM
I ONLY SEE YOU WHEN I’M DREAMIN’

ON SEPTEMBER 8!

 

PRE-ORDER AVAILABLE NOW

(iTunes | Amazon | Google Play)

 

STREAM NEW SONGS “ALL I WANNA DO” & “COME AT ME”

(SPOTIFY | APPLE MUSIC)

 

 

Multi-platinum recording artist, DEV is set to release her sophomore album, I Only See You When I’m Dreamin’ (IOSYWID) September 8, which is available for pre-order now HERE! Fans who pre-order the album will receive two new songs, the sassy-sweet “All I Wanna Do,” and the female anthem “Come At Me.” This will mark DEV’s first album to be released simultaneously to retail and streaming platforms. With a crew of collaborators that include Sarah Hudson (Katy Perry, Halsey, Rita Ora), MNDR, Marko Penn and producers Sam Sumser, Ritual, Isaac Valens and Mike Mac, the album finds Dev reclaiming her bass-heavy hip-pop beats that shot her to chart stardom, but with a reinvigorated sense of singer-songwriter swagger.
 

(Album artwork; Photo Credit: Maezee Tailes)

“All I Wanna Do” prompts the familiar Dev-like bounce, while lyrically the track ventures into Minaj-worthy raunch, but it’s Dev’s vocals and harmonies that shine through the sass. “The balance of how bouncy it is, but with how sexy and girly the lyrics and melody are fit really well,” Dev says of the track. “Usually a lot of male driven songs will usually be like ‘I wanna F you!’ so this will be so fun to perform from my point of view.” The additional release, “Come at Me” is somewhat of a yin to “All I Wanna Do”’s yang. Lyrically, Dev urges a “don’t-take-any-BS” attitude over a highly catchy melody.

In it’s entirety, IOSYWID, serves as ode to Dev’s past—the good, the bad, the fun and the sad. Inspired by dreams and thoughts about those who she has since lost touch with, the vibe of the album radiates a theme of self-reflection from her current perspective. Dev takes listeners on a full-circle journey from late night sexting (“Drunk Texting” – OUT Thursday 8/4!) to piano-laden heartbreak (“Alone Again”)

This full-length album follows Dev’s break-out 2012 debut album, The Night the Sun Came Up, which features the platinum “In the Dark,” and landed her critical acclaim, spots on influential end-of-year lists, numerous brand syncs and commercial success. In 2013 and 2014 she released two complimenting EPs, Bittersweet July Part I and Bittersweet July Part II. 2016 saw the release and success of “#1” f/ Nef the Pharoah, which peaked at #15 on the rhythmic radio chart. With over 350M video views, a Billboard #1 hit, multi-platinum & gold certified song successes, and countless collaborations, IOSYWID promises to propel Dev as the sleek, speak-sing, pop pioneer of her generation.

 

 

I ONLY SEE YOU WHEN I’M DREAMIN’ Track Listing:

 

1. Have it All

2. 209

3. All I Wanna Do

4. Trouble

5. Come at Me

6. Cloud9

7. Bad Mouth

8. Drunk Texting

9. Bouncy

10. Skinny Dippin’

11. My Way

12. Alone Again

13. ELG
 

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Q&A’s

 

Tell us about your new album. How did it come together? Who did you work with?

  • My new album! It’s called I Only See You When I’m Dreamin’ and I had an awesome opportunity to work with a bunch of different people on this project. Amazing artists, writers and producers. Everyone involved in this album helped to push me out of my comfort zones and create everything I could’ve wanted. I had such a specific vision for this project. I was having vivid dreams of someone who I no longer speak to and these songs reflect that person and specific moments of my past. I’m so happy with the overall outcome and I’m so excited for everyone to listen!! Shout out to Marko Penn, Isaac Valens, The 87’s, MNDR & Rey Reel

—Do you have a favorite track or tracks on the album? Why?

I love them all for different reasons! There’s some slaps, some with more emotional vibes and even a couple voice notes from people close to me. It was a process of gathering these songs over the course of two years so they’re all special to me. 

 

—It’s been 5 years since your debut album. Since then you’ve put out some mixtape EPs and singles. Why the long gap in between LPs?   

  • Honestly, the timing never felt right to release album 2 until now. I had been through a lawsuit for a year and a half where I couldn’t release music, my daughter was born with a gnarly birth defect that had us living in and out of the hospital, I never stopped touring and I was in the studio a bunch, so everything felt very intense for a few years. I needed to keep living, experiencing and finally come around to putting together songs that felt right. I had the opportunity coming off of having successful songs in the past to be true to myself and be patient. And one day the list of songs came together, the title and I knew it was right!

—How have you changed since your debut album? Musically and personally?

  • I’ve grown up a bit since my first project. I’ve grown more aware and appreciative of life and opportunity. I still love to pop bottles though lol! But I think the lessons I’ve learned in the past 5 years have been crucial to me becoming the BEST ME & I’m getting there. 

—How do you think your fans will react to this new body of music? And do you feel like it’s different from the previous music you’ve put out?    

  • I hope they’ll love it! I hope it makes them happy and want to have a good time! I think this project isn’t as “dancey” if you will – as my first project, but the core of who I am is still very present. Times have changed and music continues to change, so there’s obvious differences, but it’s still allllllll me!

 

—Can fans expect to see you on tour soon?

  • Yes! I’ll be announcing dates very soon! I can’t wait to get back on the road. 

 
—Any fun stories from the studio you can share?

  • So many fun times recording this project! I’ll never forget the night I was working on ‘come at me’ and when I was finished we opened all the doors to the outside are and played it super loud and I remember feeling infinite. All of a sudden all the crazy shit I went through in the past 5 years didn’t matter/we’re okay. I felt strong. I’m sure the neighbors hated that I played it 100 times haha but I couldn’t help it. It was awesome. That feeling is why I make music, it’s pretty indescribable. 

—What are the most important lessons you have learned on your journey in the music industry?

  • The most important lessons: stay true to yourself, no one else can ever be you even if they try! Surround yourself with the right people, people who believe in you even when you might slightly question yourself. Work hard and then work even harder. And live in the moment! Music is a magical thing. 

—Any particular people you’d like to collaborate with in the future?  

  • Robyn. Karen O. Nelly Furtado. Gwen Stefani. Flume. Mnek. Mo. I don’t know I’m a fan of so many people! 

—Describe the sound of the new album.

  •  It’s light. Wild. Fun. Top down on an unexpected road trip type album.