After weeks of successful performances around the world, dynamic duo PorterRobinson and Madeon played their final regular Shelter Live Tour show together this weekend at Melbourne’s Hisense Arena. With only two more stops left during Coachella’s upcoming April weekends, the performance came as an especially emotional one for the two’s massive base of Australian fans. Lucky for us, attendees Amazading and winterish recorded the show’s very best moments and uploaded them to Youtube for our enjoyment.
Divided by song, the videos show Porter and Madeon’s unmatched stage production and live instrumentation above a roaring crowd. From “Sad Machine,” “Divinity” and “Home” to their collaborative track “Shelter,” each of the set’s most defining moments can be relived in full.
Check below for the complete selection of clips, and dance away the end of an incredible era with Porter and Madeon.
It seems like a lifetime ago that Ronaldinho Gaúcho was dubbed FIFA’s Player of the Year two years in a row, simultaneously captivating the world’s soccer community and welcoming an entire generation of players to the sport. Now, we seldom hear much about the retired star, and we can’t help but crack a smile at his newest endeavor: music.
Brazil’s DennisDJ has just uploaded the music video for “Professor da Malandragem” featuring our favorite footballer along with Wesley Safadão.
Surprisingly, this isn’t the first time Ronaldinho has made a musical appearance, he’s featured on DennisDJ’s 2014 “Vamos Beber” and Wesley Safadão’s “Solteiro de Novo,” both equally rowdy takes on Brazil’s beloved forró.
It’s been one month since the horrific shooting at The BPM Festival’s closing party, and many details surrounding the attack are still unclear and unsolved.
Now, organizers have decided to postpone the debut Brasil edition of The BPM Festival, though the Portugal installment is still scheduled to take place this September. There has been no explicit statement regarding the reason for postponing the event, however, with Playa del Carmen’s tragic shooting still fresh in all our minds, it would be understandably inappropriate to host another festival so soon.
Our hearts go out to the victims’ family and friends, and all those affected by the tragedy.
For the past five years Chicago has been lucky enough to kick off the summer right with some of the biggest names in electronic music and 2017 is no different. React Presents is back with their announcement of phase one of the Spring Awakening Music Festival lineup! Returning to its new home at Addams/Medill Park this coming June 9th through June 11th Spring Awakening is sure to set the tone for everyone’s summer to be one to remember.
Over the course of three days attendee’s will be able to enjoy the music of more than 80 electronic music artists that cover an enormous range of genre’s on two different main stages and six smaller branded stages! The Solstice stage will be home to some of the biggest and best performances that weekend with the likes of Armin Van Buuren, Axwell ^ Ingrosso, Diplo, Alesso, Marshmellow gracing the stage; along with a few others as well. On the Equinox stage will get a taste of something that’s a little more heavy with Datsik and Excision taking over and they’ll be joined with other artists like Galantis, Die Antwoord, Louis the Child and more!
The branded stages have always offered a unique spin to curated stage lineup’s at Spring Awakening. It’s a chance for fans of a certain genre or style to really dive into it all day and night. This year we will see the return of the famed Bass Kitchen stage along with Body Language, which showcases the house-y vibes that Chicago is known for, and the Trance Arena. A little something new is happening this year as well; we will get to see stage takeovers from three distinctive brands within the electronic music industry. Attendee’s will get their fill of curated lineup’s from Sunday School, which will feature both big and underground names, Anjunadeep, Above & Beyond’s deep house take on their famed record label, and Dancing Astronaut, the well acclaimed music publication!
Over the next few weeks as June begins to draw closer attendee’s will be able to keep their excitement going as they look for phase 2 to be released along with the reveal of all of the branded stage artists! In the mean time however, check out the wonderful playlist that was put together for the phase one artists, the full lineup flyer and recap video!
Tickets are available to purchase via their website now and payment plans are an option so their is no excuse as to why we won’t be seeing you in June!
In a letter posted to Twitter today, Disclosure have announced that they’re taking a “much needed” break with no comment on when they might return. Much of it reads like a permanent farewell letter, but they do explicitly say, “we will be back.”
They plan on doing a “few special things” in the coming months, including a festival gig or two, but for now it seems like this is the end of Disclosure as we know it.
Having released their sophomore album, Caracal, in 2015, two years after their acclaimed debut, Settle, it stands to wonder when, if ever, we might see a third album…
Kygo is no stranger to blockbuster collaborations, and this next work is promising to be just that. Thanks to Pollspollspolls on Twitter, we’ve just caught wind of a possible collaboration between Kygo and Selena Gomez.
The newly registered single, titled “It Ain’t Me,” looks quite convincing from this little snippet of information, with Kygo definitely included in the track’s writing credits, but who knows who the song will be released under. After witnessing the massive success of Gomez’ past work with Zedd, “I Want You Know,” these early signs are promising something huge.
Despite our excitement, it’s important to note the document’s misspelling of Kygo’s real name: Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll. Hopefully it’s just a typo (we all know what happens with typos), but nothing is certain at this point.
As HARD events’ spectacle of the seas, Holy Ship! is now in its fifth year, and damned if I don’t get to sail on its glorious seas and rave to its ravenous beats before I leave this Earth. It’s rare to see such camaraderie during shows, but the Shipfam rolls thick with the best of vibes. Honestly, everyone is just hangin’ out, both artists and fans alike in an environment unlike anything else. Impromptu Griz and Odesza busks, Holy Ship Allstar B2B sets, an ocean breeze flowing over a topdeck stage… hard to believe all of this is a real thing. Once again aboard the MSC Divina, Holy Ship! has returned from its first journey of the year, and we’ll never know what exactly happened on the magical voyage. But thanks to Glenjamn, at least we’ll have some kind of idea.
The handcam videographer has taken it upon himself to document the ship’s behind the scenes happenings and share them with the world. Now that the MSC Divina has returned to shore, Glenjamn has uploaded things like Valentino Khan and crew questing for some grub…
Holy Ship Allstars serving up a rowdy topdeck set…
Destructo’s revered sunrise sermon…
Rudimental slaying the crew with some jungle…
And that epic back2back known as Dillstradamus (Dillon Francis + Flosstradamus).
The definition of a breakout artist, Marshmello has captivated the dance community since bursting onto the scene in early 2015. Taking advantage of the buzz spurred by anonymity, the masked producer’s breed of encompassing low-end and bursting toplines quickly earned him a spot in the hearts of tens of thousands. Now, Marshmello has just released Joytime, a collection of his most beloved originals from 2015.
The 10-track collection sources material from throughout Mello’s relatively concise career, including the rattling leads of “Find Me,” the elated gyrations of “Bounce,” and shwifty vocal cuts of “Show Me.” In addition, Joytime packs his latest collaboration with Omar LinX “Keep It Mello” which already amassed over a million plays.
Unfortunately, there’s nothing new, but it is nice to have all these originals in one place; and for now, we’ll accept it as an album (albeit a compilation). Maybe this is a preview of what the mellowest of marshes has in store for 2016…
The album is currently available on iTunes, and has already reached #1 on iTunes top electronic albums.