PRhyme – Rock It

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Royce and Preemo follow up their “Era” visual with a new clip for “Rock It,” the second single from the new PRhyme album, dropping March 16th.


Rome Fortune – Fun Time

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Rome Fortune – Fun Time

Rome Fortune links with Sango for a new joint called “Fun Time” that comes with some killer artwork. Listen below.


NMF Roundup: Carnage & Steve Aoki team up for ironic track, Deorro samples his son's voice, Martin Garrix, David Guetta, and Brooks team up + more - Dancing Astronaut

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The most important day every week: . As each week brings a succession new music from some electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection tracks that shouldn’t be missed.

teamed up with and Lockdown for “Plur Genocide.” The most impressive thing about this track is that it could be a contender to beat out ‘s “Selfie” as electronic music’s most annoying track.

released an epic remix by for ‘s “Only Road” featuring Sub Teal.

The Funk Hunters dropped the second track f their upcoming album with groovy “Party Rockin.”

and teamed up for catchy progressive track featuring Josie Nelson “Save Myself.”

Bailo has created the perfect radio hit and club drop with new release “Rush” featuring M.E. Swank and Sauce.

Everyone can breathe easy because that , , and have been teasing for months is finally out, and it is just as good as we thought it would be.

infuses a surprising drop with pulsing chords in “Turn Off The Lights.”

G-House fans can get their fix with newest release “Move.”

and  fuse piercing chords with smooth beats in their VIP Mix “Gammy Elbow.”

soulful new track “When I See You” is the perfect electronic pop track to unwind to after a long day at work.

There is no lack energy in hardstyle release “Offspring,” which samples his own son’s voice.

slows it down with his remix and “Wolves.”

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Watch the season two premiere of Aoki's World

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Aoki’s World is back for season two, and this time it’s letting viewers in on ‘s Asian tour. Season two promises a captivating glimpse into the globetrotter’s lifestyle. Between a documentation  the DJ swimming with sharks in the Philippines to running sprints on the Great Wall China, it’s far from a disappointment.

Season two’s eight episodes will roll out over the course the next seven weeks, with one episode per week. As one the very first DJs to have a regular “on the road” YouTube series, which ended in 2016 after 200 episodes, Aoki’s World will see that he continues to set himself apart.


Nicolas Jaar astounds with sample-heavy surprise album under lesser-known alias, Against All Logic

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Nicolas Jaar has maintained a heavy sense eccentricity and innovation in his work throughout his tenure as a composer. Though he spent a brief jaunt experimenting in the dance music realm around a decade ago, he’s since internalized the genre’s ubiquity and coherently shifted away from creating it altogether.

Jaar’s severely personal music strolls down intellectual promenades that emulate grandiose imagery while also stimulating contemplation over the deeper meaning each composition. He’s embraced a style that few contemporaries could accomplish with such grace, and although his body work is unmistakably inspired by masterminds before him like Phillip Glass, , John Cage, and even , it nonetheless continues to bolster him to the vanguard modern, experimental pioneers.

If Jaar’s politically entrenched Sirens shattered the mirrored ceiling modern music’s algorithmic tropes, then a full-length return under his lesser-known Against All Logic pseudonym ought not to be an unexpected shift sonic avenue. The project’s entire aural presence is luxuriant in samples, post-modern nods, and to some extent, packs a dance-oriented flavor. In fact, 2012-2017 is richer in club elements than anything else he’s released in recent years.

2012-2017 harkens back to the inventive attitude that drove Jaar’s early material. Though his debut studio album Space Is Only Noise is ridden with reservation, its post-punk attitude seeks out a pervasive experimentality alien electro-pop on almost every corner. Sirens was an exceptional work art, though not in the context the dancefloor. 2012-2017 is the follow up that fans  Space Is Only Noise were quietly anticipating. Both 2012-2017 and Space Is Only Noise are substantial shifts from the aesthete heartbeat  Sirens.

True to its title, 2012-2017 is an expansive compilation wherein both its previously released tracks and new numbers are conceptually tied to its five-year timeline.

Perhaps viewing the release as an opportunity to pay his respects to the eras song which birthed DJs, too, Jaar draws from elements soul, funk, house, Motown, and techno on the release. He’s sampled the storied  on the track “I Never Dream” and the illustrious ‘s Yeezus-era “I Am A God” on “Such A Bad Way.”

As the album carries on, its samples are juxtaposed beside the same low-key nature the album’s release — and seem to be intentionally-placed elements intrigue and enigma. It’s worth noting that 2012-2017’s release was back on February 17, though Jaar never advertised the record. Even now, Other People’s website contains zero information about the release, but just as the superstars he’s attributed have been embedded into the collective consciousness pop culture, Jaar seems to use A.A.L to critique the nature  labels, and asks whether there’s truly any inherent meaning in the task. Would the listener appreciate Jaar’s samples any less if they were to find out he had not been behind the release, he seems to question.

2012-2017 could have gone entirely unnoticed, and as the streaming era’s inevitable domination marches on, it’s likely that Jaar’s continual questioning the industry’s absurdity will become more and more prevalent, though in his own new ways.

Whether the listener is with him or against him, Jaar has already taken his stand. A.A.L. is not the only avenue he’s using for his releases. Fans can also hear f-kilter Jaar productions under Iva Gocheva, alongside Dave Harrington in Darkside, and who truly knows where else….though is that not the entire point, after all?


Throwback Track: Golden Features – Tell Me ft. Nicole Millar

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Blending experimental electronica with club ready house music, Golden Features burst into the Australian music scene in 2014 and perminently stamped his name on it.

Stunning everyone with his debut, self-titled EP, the Sydney producer helped push the Australian electronic music scene even further into greatness, and this quickly saw him build a global audience.

The song that stood out the most on his incredible 4-track debut was ‘Tell Me’ featuring fellow local artist Nicole Millar. The song covered all bases, giving listeners something that was just as enjoyable at leisure as it was in the club, and was one the factors that helped kickstart Nicole Millar’s now booming career.

From here, Golden Features has gone on to release a string hits over the past 4 years such as ‘No One’ ft. Thelma Plum and ‘Wolfie’ ft. Julia Stone.

Revisit the song that started it all below, and be sure to keep an eye on Golden Features’ socials for updates. We have a good feeling about 2018…


What So Not Releases New Single 'Beautiful' From His Upcoming Album

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What So Not Releases New Single 'Beautiful' From His Upcoming Album

What So Not ft. Winona Oak – Beautiful

Earlier today, What So Not released the third single f his highly anticipated album . The song, ‘Beautiful‘ came to life in the Nicaraguan jungle while Chris ‘Emoh’ Emerson and Swedish singer Winona Oak bonded in the studio. The track complements the other two singles and ‘Stuck in Orbit’ beautifully with Winona’s st melodic voice and Emerson’s deeply dark drop.

What So Not took to Twitter to give fans some background on the track:

This album contains some seriously exciting collaborations, from Skrillex and the four-years-in-the-making to legendary “Africa” rockstars: Toto on ‘We Keep Running.’ There is absolutely no doubt this is about to be a killer first album from What So Not.

Get hyped for the debut with the track list below, and keep scrolling to stream ‘Beautiful.’

What So Not – Not All The Beautiful Things 
1. What So Not & SLUMBERJACK – Warlord
2. What So Not – Be Ok Again (feat. Daniel Johns)
3. What So Not – Beautiful (feat. Winona Oak)
4. What So Not – Stuck In Orbit (feat. BUOY)
5. What So Not & James Earl – Demons (feat. Rome Fortune & Tommy Swisher)
6. What So Not & Skrillex – Goh (feat. KLP)
7. What So Not & Toto – We Keep On Running
8. What So Not & San Holo – If You Only Knew (feat. Daniel Johns)
9. What So Not – Monsters (feat. Michael Christmas & tobi lou)
10. What So Not & Dyro – Bottom EndWhat So Not – 11. Same Mistakes (feat. Daniel Johns)
12. What So Not – Us (feat. Daniels)

What So Not ft. Winona Oak – Beautiful |


Bonobo joins George FitzGerald on stunning new track ‘Outgrown’

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With the release his highly anticipated album just around the corner, London artist George FitzGerald has dropped his new single Outgrown, a stunning and beautiful track that sees fellow producer Bonobo work his magic on the single too.

George FitzGerald’s forthcoming album All That Must Be teases a bunch collaborations and centralises around his trademark emotive and electronic sounds. Teaming up with one the most respected producers in the industry Bonobo, Outgrown is a clear indication that the album is going to be a powerful project.

Outgrown dives into bright and textural sounds with simple and light percussive grooves accompanied by a st beat. Outgrown is the perfect combination both Bonobo and George Fitzgerald’s styles and it’s just simply breathtaking.

Praised by media outlets such as Mixmag, Q Magazine and UncutAll That Must Be is shaping up to be one the most mesmerising and well-crafted albums to be released this year.

All That Must Be comes out March 9  Domino Records and you can pre-order it .


Rising Swedish DJ Boerd Makes His Anjunadeep Debut With ‘Blind’

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Rising Swedish DJ Boerd Makes His Anjunadeep Debut With ‘Blind’Boerd – Blind

Rising Stockholm DJ and producer Boerd has made his debut on Anjunadeep with his new release ‘Blind‘. This track comes f his mini-album Static which will be released on April 6th.

Bård Ericson began fiddling around with music since he was 15 in the world chiptune (composing the means 16-bit video game consoles) and eventually went on to play live shows throughout Europe. Bård gets his influence for his career from previously playing double bass with the Swedish Royal Opera, Swedish Radio Symphony, and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestras.

‘Blind’ is a slow and relaxed track, showcasing Bard’s extreme attention to detail. Every synth and sound seems perfected and truly from an emotional standpoint, and when the vocals come along, it’s a form beauty. You can tell that Boerd really expresses his feelings through his music, rather than just putting together a track with a ‘banger’ drop. Make sure you listen and stay tuned for more from the 26-year-old DJ.

Boerd – Blind |


Catch Pist Idiots, Kinder & Letters To Lions for FREE tonight

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The Sosueme gang are keeping you content through the working week, hosting a broad lineup for their Wednesday throw-down including Sydney party starters Kinder, Pist Idiots and Shire band Letters To Lions.

The event is set to kick f from 8pm tonight at Bondi’s Beach Road Hotel, and will cost you a staggering zero dollars to get through the door. WOW!

Be sure to get down early, and give Kinder’s exclusive playlist for Stoney Roads an ear right or below to set the mood and help you get through the hump day.

More info on the event can be found .


The Chainsmokers Join Reddit Speculation About Swedish House Mafia

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No matter what anybody does or says, the Swedish House Mafia hype for Ultra’s 20th Anniversary will just not go away. As we’ve said many times there is no concrete evidence that it will happen, but that doesn’t mean fans will stop hoping. If you browse or Ultra’s Facebook group, the speculation is nearly nonstop. The latest post about the topic is a bit unique, since it was started by The Chainsmokers.

Yes, really. The Chainsmokers started a new post on everybody’s favorite Ultra topic on the r/EDM page.

It didn’t take long for fans to notice that, hey, this is actually The Chainsmokers’ verified account asking the question. Quickly, hilarity ensued. Unfortunately the duo didn’t engage in the comments, so obviously they are just trolling everybody. Even if The Chainsmokers veered far from Progressive House, these 2018 headliners are clearly fans the biggest Ultra headliners 2013. Do you think the SHM members are fans The Chainsmokers as well?


Listen to Flight Facilities’ brand new track ‘Need You’

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Them aeronautical boys are back with a new track for us to sink our teeth into.

Teaming up with NÏKA, Flight Facilities have crafted a romantic cut that that was premiered on triple j yesterday, and sees the Sydney duo move a little further into their usual, lovesick electronica. Seriously, these guys love themselves a ‘love’ song.

Despite some hopes to get a full a release the they shared last week,  this new single is essentially everything a Flight Facilities fan could ask for. They’ve really got their sound down to a fine art now and it always manages to hit the spot.

One thing we’re willing to bet money on is that all roads seem to be pointing to a new album, and for that reason alone we’re fully hyped. It’s definitely been a few years now…

Give ‘Need You’ a spin below and let us know what you make it.