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    From industry newcomer to dance music trendsetter, Haus of Panda is moving the needle in the modern rave scene like no other. Stepping onto the scene in 2017, he’s recognized for his high-octane signature sound marked by speed and power. As a new producer, Haus of Panda’s catalog could be heard on Diplo & Friends and Sirius XM, catching the interest of artists like Tommie Sunshine, Alan Walker, Tiësto, and more. Whether it’s the rapid-fire tempo of “Punk’d” or the glitchy bass house flavor of “The Power,” Haus of Panda generates a progressive take on rave music with each release. 
    Now recognized as a genre category on Beatport, speed house isn’t just a style of music—it’s the inspiration behind Haus of Panda’s own imprint, Speed House Movement. Nestled under Brooklyn Fire, Speed House Movement made its debut in 2020 with a compilation that reached the number one spot on Beatport’s release charts.
    Now, Haus of Panda is back with a sizzling new single, “90’s Thang” that highlights the sounds of the 90s rave scene we all know and love with his signature twist. You can’t help but rock with this, as Haus of Panda lights up the speakers with break beats and rave-stabs and an old-school sample, building it into an electrifying bass-infused drop.
    This one is sure to light up clubs and festivals alike this year, listen below!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Haus of Panda Is Ready To Light Up Dancefloors with “90’s Thang”

    It’s no secret BADVOID is one of the heavyweight kings, always infusing his productions with jaw dropping sounds and head banging energy. BADVOID is a natural when it comes to firing up the crowd with a fury of bass-fueled beats one can offer. Globally recognized as a headlining artist taking over a series of the biggest festivals and venues in Australia and South East Asia, he continues to impress old and new listeners alike.
    His new single “Ghosted” is yet another monstrous tune from the talented producer, featuring the chilling vocals of Wisner. Complimenting traditional sounds with a futuristic twist, BADVOID builds this spine tingling track into a monstrous drop that is pure drum and bass fire. 
    Listen for yourself below!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: BADVOID Drops Monstrous Dnb single, “Ghosted” ft. Wisner

    Coachella is just about a month behind us now, but Goldenvoice continues to drop massive, uniquely curated lineups that make us want to continue traveling to shows all year long. The latest is a new venture called Portola, set at Pier 80 in San Francisco, and the artist selection is simply dazzling.
    Headlining the two-day festival will be Flume and The Chemical Brothers, with appearances from Kaytranada, Jamie xx, Fred Again.., James Blake, M.I.A., Lane 8, Four Tet + Floating Points, Caroline Polachek, Bicep (Live), Ben Böhmer, Fatboy Slim, DJ Shadow, and more over the September 24-25 weekend.
    Presented by Goldenvoice and the brainchild of Goldenvoice VP Talent Buyer Danny Bell, Portola aims to incorporate all different corners of the dance/indie/hip-hop/progressive pop realm. Bell notes, “This is the festival I’ve wanted to produce for the past decade. San Francisco is the perfect city for it and now is the perfect time! Let’s dance and have a great time this September!”
    The festival’s namesake is an ode to the Portola Festival of 1909, which was a celebration of the re-opening of San Francisco, three years after the earthquake of 1906 decimated the city. It was set up to publicize to the world that San Francisco was back open and ready to host tourists. This new festival feels very in line with that ethos, inviting music fans of many genres to come and explore.

    Photo via Michael Emery Hecker for Westword
    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Flume & The Chemical Brothers To Headline Inaugural ‘Portola’ Music Festival In San Francisco

    Over Movement Music Festival weekend, the party doesn’t stop — and we’re not just saying that to be cute. Pre-parties and after parties are likely to go all night and well into the next day as a supplemental part of the overall Movement experience.
    Whether you’re into official afters or underground events, there’s a plethora of options to select from. Featuring names on and off the Movement 2022 lineup, the pre-parties and after parties boast good mix of rising talent, established names, mainstay labels and Detroit favorites — all jam packed into every techno lover’s dream weekend!
    With Movement less than two weeks out, it’s time to get your pre-party and after party plans on lock! See our suggestions below and get passes to Movement Music Festival 2022 here.
    Movement Nights
    Official Pre-Parties / Official After Parties

    Finding the afterparty is no problem thanks to official Movement pre parties and after parties. See performances from Shiba San, Gettoblaster, Chris Lake, DJ Minx, Maceo Plex, Kaskade, Will Clarke, Adam Beyer, ANNA and many more — all weekend long!
    Friday (Pre-Parties)
    100% Live Techno / Opening PartyThere won’t be a laptop in sight at this Movement pre-party, as you are guaranteed an authentic, 100% live, techno experience. The lineup features a collection of top tier modular artists such as Headless Horseman, Luis Flores, Monix, FadeFace, Tunnel, Humanmask [Coarses & Amnesiac Host], and Xexyz. This event definitely wont be for the faint of heart but most certainly worth checking out.
    Meta Ta Physika – The Great Beyond
    From the collectives that brought you The Great Beyond festival for its inaugural year in 2021 comes a well-curated techno lineup of some A-List selectors in the form of “Meta Ta Physika”. Taking over the coveted walls of the Leland City Club, attendees will get to enjoy the sounds of Antwon Faulkner aka Twonz, Centrific, Corbin Davis, Dustin Zahn, Function, Juana, Levon Vincent, Niki Kitz,
    Noncompliant, Z.I.P.P.O.
    RVDIOVCTIVE & City Air

    RVDIOVCTIVE & City Air team up to present a jam-packed lineup featuring 2 stages of music with some of the finest selectors from Detroit, Chicago, and abroad during one of the most important weekends for underground dance music in America. Featuring Francesca Lombardo, DJ Hyperactive, Justin James, Devon James, Mona Black, Henry Brooks and more.
    Anfisa Letyago, Hiroko Yamamura, Will Clarke
    This Memorial Day weekend, there is not a single night that the Leland City Cub is not filled with talent oozing from every crack. Saturday gives ways to Italian powerhouse Anfisa Letyago, who has taken command of the scene these last few years. She is joined by Chicago staple Hiroko Yamamura and Will Clarke.
    Country Club Disco Warehouse with ACRAZE

    MeanRed x Country Club Disco kick off the holiday weekend with a late-night party at The Russell Industrial Center. Gracing the two industrial stages is a full lineup of house, techno, and bass-heavy visionaries set to guide Memorial Day Weekend into the wee hours and beyond. Featuring sets from “Do It To It” viral sensation Acraze, London mainstay Deeper Purpose, Detroit’s own Gold Clap b2b Supply & Demand, rising talents King Saaidi, Teknono, QURL, Crystal and much more.
    Stroboscopic Artefacts Detroit: Lucy, Rrose (live), Adriana Lopez
    Italian techno authority and sound designer Lucy returns to the Motor City with their Stroboscopic Artefacts imprint for a complete label takeover. They’re bringing along a slew of talent from other label main-stays and promoter residents taking over both floors. Get there early and stay late. You will NOT want to miss a single act – Rrose (live), Adriana Lopez, Adam Vega B2B Mark Angel, Kobe Dupree, JIA, Uun (live), and Victor Alejandro (live).
    Adam Beyer Presents: Drumcode x Movement Festival Official Afterparty

    An unmistakeable force in dance music, Drumcode takes over Sunday night of Movement as headliner Adam Beyer presents Drumcode x Movement Festival Official Afterparty featuring three massive names — ANNA, Weska and, the label head himself. Taking place at Detroit’s iconic Masonic Temple Fountain Ballroom, the event will surely have an underground feel with a superstar lineup.
    Anthology 2022
    Returning for its 8th edition, Anthology absolutely delivers on its promise to bring a world-class night of pure, relentless techno with the likes of Annika Wolfe, Answer Code Request, Brenda, Damon Bradley, DVS1, Oscar Mulero, Phase Fatale, and Sara Landry.
    This one is for the early risers or those who don’t want to let the party stop. Either way, YES is not for the faint of heart. Starting at 7 am Monday, the tunes will be flowing well through the day and night with the music being provided by Omar-S, Danny Tenaglia, Tama Sumo & Lakuti, Ron Trent, Move D, Marcellus Pittman, Dubtribe Sound System, H-Foundation, Analog Soul, Nitin, DJ BEIGE, Father Dukes, The Bernabela Project ft. Eddie Fowlkes + Norm Talley & Ataxia, and a 7 am sunrise set from DJ Seinfeld.
    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Movement Detroit 2022 Pre-Party / After Party Round Up

    For a lot of artists hellbent on making a career in music, a debut album signifies a cornerstone moment in their career. Many have leapfrogged the old paradigm of creation and touring, opting for hit singles and club shows, while some take their time and focus on a cohesive body of work before hitting the road. Then, there’s Marc Straight, who already has a flourishing career as a video game dev and sound designer, and chose to work on his debut album for the last four years as a personal challenge to himself.
    Four years is a long time for anything, but creating over these past four years, in particular, was particularly challenging. A global pandemic and plenty of personal trials and tribulations caused the album to undergo many changes, even in just the last few months before release.
    Beauty in Transience, the title of the album, as well as the song titles, are clear nods to the emotions Marc has felt before, during, and perhaps even after production. ‘Morii,’ especially, has the meaning of the “desire to capture a fleeting experience. A bit like envisioning your life and wanting to press ‘pause’ to stop and feel more comfortable and rest in a world that is stuck on ‘play.'”
    With his passion for melodic dubstep, Marc is able to convey complex emotions in a delicate yet powerful way that should have many listeners deeply connecting with his melodies and writing.
    Marc Straight’s debut album, Beauty in Transience, is out now — listen below.

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Marc Straight Releases Debut Album ‘Beauty in Transience’ As Brilliant Personal Challenge

    Hot off the release of SPLITTING, Shöckface has returned with north California based singer-songwriter Belak for a new single titled “ALWAYS FEELS LIKE.” The two artists met inside the metaverse after being awarded for their artwork in a soundstage.fm competition. 
    Belak and Shöckface have collected their emotions, feelings and creative energy on their latest collaborative endeavor. “ALWAYS FEELS LIKE” begins with a slightly muted set of vocals from Belak singing, “Eyes closed but I still see your intentions, it always feels like my words fall on deaf ears, your lips speak of heaven it always feels like.” Immediately the record begins to pick up, rolling aggressive synth layers drown out everything in their path and what sounds like entering into a blackhole commences. The creative maestros’ anthemic hybrid bass crossover is bound to tantalize your eardrums in all the ways possible. 
    Signature glitched out Shöckface vocal textures perfectly lay atop the drop as bouts of white noise and fluctuating bass lines paint post apocalyptic industrial soundscapes. Read more about what Belak had to say about the creative process behind writing “ALWAYS FEELS LIKE” – “It was an awesome experience to be a part of this song. Shöckface is such a talented artist and charismatic person that it made the whole process that much more fun. I can’t wait to see what the future holds for both of us. I am grateful to be here!”
    Stream “ALWAYS FEELS LIKE” below.

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    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Shöckface and Belak glitch out on their new collaborative single ‘ALWAYS FEELS LIKE’

    Southern California based, Sysdemes, has developed his own unique sound that combines elements from Electro and Progressive House; crafting a completely unique sonic universe, replete with brooding dark basslines and memorable melodies.
    A prolific producer, Sysdemes launched his Vault series in 2021 on Bandcamp to release the multitude tracks he had been accumulating but had not yet signed. Vault was a Bandcamp exclusive and initially intended as a way to simply bring to light the sheer volume of tracks and musical musings created during quarantine. “The whole self-release thing was really liberating. It’s great when I have a label like Mau5trap as a partner, but Vault showed me that there’s an audience for even my more experimental material.” 
    Sysx unlucky debuted with the release of the single, “ldr.” A charged electro-influenced beat with ethereal haunting vocals and some pretty undeniable early mau5trap influences. The song set the tone for the label out of the gate. Now comes “Moss, Mourne,”  a hypnotic prog track that invokes memories reminiscent of early Deadmau5.
    His talent in the studio really shines on this one as he effortlessly weaves out a dreamy synth lead while a gripping bass groove keeps you locked into this fantastical journey. It’s clear to see that Sysdemes is continuing to carve his own path in the electronic music scene and we cannot wait to hear more from him.
    Listen below!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Sysdemes Drops Hypnotic Single, “Moss, Mourne” On His Own Imprint, Sysx Unlucky

    Yamato has had a career that seems like some sort of movie. Yamato won “WORLD DJ CONTEST 2013 JAPAN” hosted by Coca Cola. He was then asked by Avicii at the world contest, held in Ibiza, to perform with him at the festival in Budapest, Hungary, which led him to become the first Japanese DJ/producer to perform with Avicii.
    With the backbone of having been a technical developer of Pioneer CDJ series, Yamato’s superb skill and DJ style that utilizes Pioneer DJʼs CDJ is known to be a style that no one can imitate and it has been renowned and admired from all over the world, attracting audiences at big festivals and clubs in Japan and all over the world. His performance videos series on YouTube has exceeded 30 million views, having fans all over the world and support from A-List names such as Afrojack, Laidback Luke, Lil Jon and many more.
    Now, he’s back with an impressive EP, titled ‘Essentials‘, signed to the Japanese based imprint Avex. The title track kicks off the EP with bright melodies, driven by a powerful vocal performance from Mike Macdermid. It’s a fresh twist on progressive house, one that feels perfect for a song to wash over the festival grounds at sunset.
    “Reflection” follows, featuring Poe Leos, seamlessly blending a pop-oriented style with massive electro house segments that ricochet through your speakers. “Shizuku” comes next, yet again showcasing Yamato’s versatility with a beautiful vocal sample paired with tranquil ambiance. Teaming up with Maydenfield, both artist craft all of the alluring soundscapes into a peak time anthemic tune. “Neon Lights” invites Macdermid back on vocal duties, capping off the EP in perfect fashion with a more soulful, slower-paced house music framework.
    Listen to ‘Essentials‘ below!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Yamato Unveils Fantastic ‘Essentials’ EP on Japanese-Based Label Avex

    Kendoll’s been making big waves in the house scene and has received massive support from industry giants such as Insomniac, having already played Beyond Wonderland along with Electronic Daisy Carnival Las Vegas. Her label releases include Insomniac Records, Night Bass, Dim Mak, Prescription Records, Psycho Disco!, Audiophile XXL, Four 40, and there’s no wonder why she’s regarded as one of EDM’s fastest rising acts.
    Speaking of making strides, Chuck Shadow is no stranger to making a few of his own. The Denver born, Los Angeles based, multi-talented electronic artist is known for blending his wide range of influences into his own form of house music ranging from the dark and ethereal to the comically enticing, already earning placements on Night Bass, Brooklyn Fire, and now the Boathouse records.
    Now, the two have come together for what is a booming bass house single, “Down Low“, that is ready to shake the clubs and festivals alike this summer. A gritty female vocal sample rides forefront as wubby bass synths stab in and out, pieced together into a result of epic proportions.
    “Down Low” is a song you need in your playlists. Listen below!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: KENDOLL and Chuck Shadow Collab For Booming Bass House Single, “Down Low”

    The number of times I’ve been fortunate enough to see Trivecta live is devastatingly low (twice), but the number of times I’ve streamed his music, particularly “Wasteland,” is astronomical. From all the way back in 2014 when I was downloading Monstercat compilations off Pirate Bay (sorry, Mike) to all of his recent releases on Ophelia, the Tampa, FL native has consistently pushed his own limits while incorporating new sounds and influences into music.
    It all culminates today with the release of his debut album, The Way Back Up. Within the first six songs, we already get five different genres: the classic melodic dubstep, a bit of country/folk, some liquid drum & bass, uber wonky bass, and some heavier dubstep with psytrance.
    Even the next song, “Memory Away” with fakelife, features some of his iconic guitar riffs.
    The Way Back Up is Trivecta’s first album in his career and it’s a phenomenal listen start to finish. Check it out below.

    Photo via Rukes.com
    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Trivecta provides a career defining performance with his debut album, ‘The Way Back Up’

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