As Miami Music Week approaches, EDMTunes is scouring the interwebs to find you the best parties for every day MMW2018. We’re kicking things f with Tuesday March 20, but stay tuned as we cover each day for our Miami Music Week Guide 2018.
Young Perth duo Oriental Cravings have picked up in 2018 exactly where they left last year, releasing a fresh new banger ‘Toxic’.
The track, featuring ACT up and comer Ned Philpot highlights a step in the right direction for the young producers, who shot to fame last year with their next level remix RL Grimes’ belter ‘Stay For It’ with fellow Perth native Twerl.
Toxic sees the lads develop upon this sound – reaching similar levels filth, with an impressive level production to boot. The track is available on all platforms, check it out and hear it at your favourite club this weekend!
The queen techno Nina Kraviz has had her say on the current debate surrounding gender equality on festival bills. Speaking to English TV station Channel 4, the Siberian DJ discussed the need for equality for all people in the music scene – saying individuals should be judged on their talent and not their gender. She said, “what I will do is support talented people all sorts… I think it’s some kind reverse sexism, you know… When you only support groups (women) and not on their talent… what about some young (male artists) that are not getting that extra support but are also really talented. I would just like it to be fair – to support all talented people.”
She continued by saying, “I’ve been challenged a lot in my pressional life. It’s not been always easy, as you might imagine. To be a successful artist requires a lot effort. Look at the greatest artists. Can you say any one them had an easy life? No. Some them sacrificed their whole life, literally. It’s not only this glittery aspect being famous. It’s just bloody hard sometimes.”
Watch the full interview below and let us know your thoughts on the issue!
New York selector Roger Sanchez is down under for a string that kick f tonight alongside Erick Morillo, and has thrown in a cheeky club gig at in Brisbane on Saturday.
With a reputation that has been built up over 20-years, Sanchez has proved he is not one to miss; with a back catalogue mixes and original tracks handcrafted for the club, and his ongoing Release Yourself guest mix series that has seen a plethora renowned artists over the years.
Be sure catch Sanchez at The MET on Saturday night for the Legacy Series. For more info, click and enjoy his Boiler Room mix from 2017 below.
The City Sydney website has shared a new survey that, put simply, is asking your views on “where and when late-night trading should happen in Sydney.”
The survey is in line with a plan that promotes an ongoing management late-night trading in certain areas, depending on the “location and character the area”.
Late night trading areas include:
The survey asks you if you go out, how late you are out and the areas you frequent when you go out. They go on to ask you a string questions for each selected area on how these areas could improve.
This follows the recent news that City Sydney is building a panel ‘, in a bid to improve the city’s nightlife.
For more info, head to their where you can also find and complete the survey.
has a proven A&R knack for spotting emerging talent, and historically, he’s equipped them to go f and take over their own corners the ever-growing EDM empire. If the career trajectories artists like or serve as any indication, then we have another star on our hands with .
The LA-based recruit, currently riding his breakthrough wave on the recent “Prologue” tour, has now dropped f his debut mixtape the same name, giving fans a glimpse at his crate current personal favorites. Rinzen blends tracks from Mind Against, , and , along with two unreleased original pieces and a handful additionally sophisticated tech house selects.
So far, the burgeoning beatmaker has delivered exceptionally conceptual projects, and “The Prologue” mixtape is no different. There’s an underlying theme equal parts trepedation and thrilling excitement that plays across the hour-long mix as it dips into deep house, progressive, and tribal territories. The mix reflects the process by which Rinzen continues to find his footing in this first chapter his career as he sets out on what’s clearly going to be a momentous journey for the emerging producer.
Daniel Goldstein is one the biggest names in deep, feely house music. Better known by his stage name, Lane 8 saw his rise to fame on the Anjunadeep label. His debut album Rise in 2015 cemented Goldstein as a member the dance music community. More recently he has released his sophomore album Little By Little. Out on January 19th, Goldstein’s newest album is hosted by his own label . Lane 8’s recent events have also followed the theme the label name, taping over the attendee’s smartphones and trying to immerse fans in the moment instead taking pictures and videos. And now he has uploaded an impressive three hour Spring 2018 Mixtape to SoundCloud.
If you want an idea what tracks you will hear during the next leg Lane 8’s tour schedule you will want to listen to this mix all the way through. Full favorites from the Anjunadeep label and other tracks that are not as well known, this mixtape will give fans a solid dive into the deep end.
Listen below to Lane 8’s new Spring 2018 Mixtape to hear all his deep house favorites going into March. And if you haven’t been to a This Never Happened event you should treat yourself- grab tickets ! Letting yourself go from your phone and really living in the moment provides for a magical musical experience.
Lane 8 – Spring 2018 Mixtape
First f, woooo, best song f this album am I right? The same day that this project dropped, which was right around the time that Ric Flair episode 30 For 30 came out on ESPN, I was listening to Rosenberg interview Flair and he mentioned this song to the legendary wrestler, so it’s cool to see Naitch actually show up for the visual.
21 Savage and Offset have teamed up for a surprise joint project scored by Metro Boomin. The new tape, appropriately titled Without Warning, is 10-tracks deep and features appearances from Quavo and Travis Scott. Stream in full below.
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