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  3. Elements Music & Arts Festival has responded with an apology following its 2021 installment, which has been widely criticized by attendees and compared to Fyre Festival. In its fourth year, the “rain or shine” event was set to take place over September 3 – 6 in the secluded area of Lakewood, Pennsylvania. However, storms caused by Hurricane Ida caused a number of problems that snowballed into more problems — logistical issues and long wait times, as well as unsafe and unsanitary conditions. READ: Elements Festival Attendees Sound Off on Social Media, Comparing Event to Fyre Festival A statement addressed to Elements Family reads: We want to thank all of our fans, artists, and the community who attended Elements Music and Arts Festival 2021. Notwithstanding a number of issues related to the impacts of Hurricane Ida, we preserved and shared many blissful moments of music and connection. We recognize that some of you endured extraordinary wait times and discomfort getting into the Festival on Friday. We apologize for these logistical issues and the disappointments they caused. There was significant damage to our parking lots from Hurricane Ida, which led to major delays into the festival. More delays were caused by precautions developed as a result of the hurricane. We were forced to change the location of parking lots and check-in spaces due to remaining flooding issues on Friday. The aftermath of the hurricane and the long-lasting repercussions of COVID-19 exacerbated common festival issues, including some long food and water lines and restroom cleanliness. We wanted all attendees onsite to have the best experience of all time, and we will work hard to improve. In addition, Elements provides a dedicated email address, welcoming comments and concerns related to the 2021 event. The statement makes no mention of refunds. Read the full statement below. Elements Music & Arts Festival 2021 Photo via Elements Music & Arts Festival This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Elements Festival Issues Apology to Attendees for “Logistical Issues & Disappointments”
  4. People can preach “20xx is the year of drum & bass” all they want, but actions speak louder than words. That being said, it does appear that those words are being manifested more than ever this year, at least in the US with Brownies & Lemonade’s debut DNBNL showcase, and now Space Yacht’s first drum & bass compilation, Critical Mass Vol. 1, curated half and half with REAPER. “The Critical Mass compilation is a glimpse into drum and bass’s momentous energy. One of my favorite parts about this diverse collection of music is that it can be enjoyed all the way from the warehouse to the stadium,” says REAPER. Space Yacht is a particularly apt platform for this sort of compilation. As part of the events world, Space Yacht has been tuned into bass music for over five years, speaking with REAPER in particular for most of that time, and fellow compilation signee and Play Me Records boss Reid Speed for just a bit longer. With the launch of the Space Yacht record label late last year, the timing was ripe. Hell, even LondonBridge, one of Space Yacht’s founders, has his roots in jungle from when he first learned to DJ. Critical Mass Vol. 1 features many artists who’ve played Space Yacht, and many who haven’t. As the compilation was curated 50% each by SY and REAPER, there’s a significant variety in sounds and artists who grace the project. REAPER teams up with Slang Dogs for the opening track, and Kumarion, Justin Hawkes (fka Flite), Slippy, Poni, and debut Space Yacht artist CLB all make an appearance on Critical Mass. Check out every delicious track below, and viva la Drum & Bass! This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Space Yacht & REAPER Team Up For First D&B Compilation, “Critical Mass Vol. 1”
  5. Odesza have confirmed new music coming in 2022. Duo members Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight share in the post below, dated yesterday: “Today is 4 years since A Moment Apart, Summer’s Gone turned 9 on Sunday and tomorrow will be 7 years since In Return. New music in 2022.” With social media updates few and far between, this news is especially exciting for Odesza’s loyal following. Although there’s no instant gratification of a forthcoming single, we trust the music will be well worth the wait. Odesza’s most recent release came in August 2020, when they teamed up with Golden Features for the debut album of their collaborative project, BRONSON. Before that, in November 2019, they dropped their remix of “Waited 4 U” by Slow Magic. 2022 marks the year of Odesza! See below! Photo via aLIVE Coverage for Life Is Beautiful This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Odesza Promise New Music Coming in 2022
  6. Eric Prydz took over Chicago’s ARC Music Festival this past weekend with a headlining performance, as well as sets from his aliases Cirez D and Pryda (both of which have hit the internet). On Saturday, Cirez D commanded the techno-focused Expansions stage with an enthralling set, gracefully driving the festival’s soundtrack from daylight into dusk. Featuring music from Adam Beyer, Boys Noize, Yan Cook, Christian Smith, and a handful of Cirez D cuts as well. “someone felt the urge to record my whole set as Cirez D. I might as well share it…” Prydz tweeted out after the long weekend. “Love you Chicago.” MORE: Enjoy Five Hours Worth of Eric Prydz Live Shows at Factory 93 DTLA [FULL SETS] On Sunday, the producer followed up strong with a two-hour performance as Eric Prydz on The Grid stage and capped off the weekend with a special Pryda after party at Radius. His performances as Cirez D and Pryda are documented via JPMediaProductions. See below and explore more footage from the weekend here. Cirez D @ ARC Music Festival Pryda @ ARC Music Festival After Party Photo via Tomorrowland This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Eric Prydz Threw Down as Cirez D & Pryda for ARC Music Festival in Chicago [WATCH]
  7. Kygo is performing his biggest show to-date tomorrow in Los Angeles at Banc of California Stadium. But, as we all know, not everyone can or is comfortable enough traveling for these big events. So like Illenium at Allegiant Stadium, Kygo is live streaming the event to his fans around the world. Marking one of his largest shows to-date, the momentous performance will be presented live via the premium social live media platform Moment House on Friday, September 10th at 9PM PT. On Sunday, September 12th, the event will be rebroadcasted to various territories around the world, giving audiences everywhere the opportunity to share this special experience and see Kygo’s brand new show firsthand. Visit Moment House’s website HERE for ticketing information. With state-of-the-art technology, pyro and more, Kygo’s moment promises to be a dazzling spectacle. The concert will feature special guests to perform classic hits spanning Kygo’s entire catalogue, from his debut album Cloud Nine, to his sophomore effort Kids in Love to his latest record Golden Hour. See below for dates and times by territory. “I’m doing my biggest show to date and it’s really unfortunate that because of the pandemic not everyone have the opportunity to travel,” Kygo shared on Instagram. “That’s why I’ve decided to livestream the show on 9PM PT on Friday and re-air it on Sunday Sept 12th for a one-time global digital experience with @momenthouse.” LIVESTREAM DATES/TIMES BY TERRITORY: Live from Banc of California Stadium September 10th, 09:00 PM PT North & South America September 12th, 06:00 PM PT / 09:00 PM ET Asia, Australia & New Zealand September 12th, 06:00 PM JST Europe, UK & Africa September 12th, 06:00 PM BST Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Coachella This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Kygo Announces Worldwide Digital Experience Live from Banc of California Stadium
  8. The last time we spoke with Julian Jordan, I conducted a Zoom interview with him. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the return of live shows was still far off; and with that, the prospect of gathering with friends. A lot has changed since then; live shows are back full-send here in the US, many festivals and promoters are requiring proof of vaccination (or a negative test) to enter venues, and we’re finally able to meet in person again. Julian Jordan made his triumphant return to US soil last week, including a spectacular show at Hollywood’s iconic Avalon. He dropped an array of bangers including “Old Skool”, “Hyper”, “Without You” and his highly anticipated upcoming collab with Martin Garrix. We got to sit down with Julian and have a brief chat about getting back out on the road, creating energetic music without crowds, and post-pandemic struggles. Hey Julian! As always, it’s great to talk to you. How does it feel to be back out on the road, back here in the US? “To be honest, great energy. The first booking I had was in Poland and I remember the energy it gave me to back on stage. And this year, really proud again to play music that you’ve been working on for a year-and-a-half. Yeah, the feeling was indescribable and right after that moment, I was like, okay, I definitely want to continue doing this. Then I did Romania, Israel, now I’m here. So, I’m still in that moment of full energy, I’m ready!” Over the past year-and-a-half, I feel like you’ve been putting out bangers, like club stuff. What makes you find the inspiration to put out that energetic music when there hasn’t been any crowds? “To be honest, the first month I was really struggling with that, because it’s hard to imagine a crowd in your head. But, then I actually went back to where I started, and I started producing when I was 12. I was already making club music and festival music, even though I couldn’t go to clubs or festivals. So, I didn’t have any experience, but I just did, because I love club music and I love festival music. So, with that in mind, I started to make the music that I wanted to make, and that was the music that I’m playing in clubs as well. So, it’s not really about like, that you could play in in the club, but that you like it as well. You can vibe to it at home. So, that was what I kept in mind. I wanted to be able to play this for my friends or when I’m partying on my own. So, that’s just the mindset.” I know you got on the road, you did Creamfields, you and Martin debuted a new song. It’s so good to see you and Martin together. We can we expect to see that on the streaming platforms? “Yeah, we work together a lot. And we have like a hundred projects, then there’s this one thing that really stands out, it’s like we have to finish this. And I remember Martijn called me, we had this track together, he was like, yo, listen up, I have this vocal from Tinie Tempah, and he was like, it fits perfectly on our track. We flew him over from the UK after two weeks and we just recorded it and then the track was done. So, it’s pretty sick. And then we tried it out on Creamfields, which the reaction was insane. Especially for a track that was made, like we just talked about, no shows at all, just imagination. So, to see it work so well live was actually very sick.” It must be nice to be back here in LA. Do you have any stand out places here or places you like to check out? “Yeah, I wish I was here longer. I have to go to Boston tomorrow, and I was in San Francisco, but I took a few days off in San Francisco because I had to leave from the UK. And, because you don’t want to be in quarantine back in Holland, so I had to leave directly to here. So, I had like four days in San Fran, which were great. But, I didn’t have the time to check out stuff in LA. I really wanted to do that, but I had a great dinner tonight. So, yeah, let’s say I had really good dinner and I saw some stuff in San Francisco.” What can fans expect for the rest of the year? And where will we see you here in the US, any festivals or anything? “So, we’re planning on doing more tours of the States, because this is one of the few places on earth you can visit to play music as a DJ. So, the plan is to be back here. I’m doing Boston tomorrow, then after that I’m doing Dallas and Houston. I think I’m going home, because I have to go to Asia. After Asia, we’re already looking at new dates in the US, so it’s still hectic. Then like one day before you go it gets cancelled because of new rules. So, it’s always a hard time to know if you’re actually going to do it. But, if it continues to be like this, I think it’s going to be all good.” Any words for the fans? “Thanks so much for staying with me, especially during one and a half years of no partying and I’m finally ready to do it again. So, I hope you guys are ready too, and I’ll see you somewhere around the world soon. At a club or festival or something.” Check out Julian’s latest DJ Mag Top 100 set, to see what you’re missing out on. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Julian Jordan Talks Getting Back on the Road and New Music [Interview] View the full article
  9. Years ago, electro house reigned supreme. Then came trap, big room, future bass, riddim, and more. As tastes shifted, new sounds began to take over live music stages and the once illustrious genre fell into the metaphorical depths. But as cycles repeat, it’s time once again for electro house to stand on top. Leading the charge is No Mana, who presents Electromag — out today — a 19-track compilation featuring singles from himself, Tommy Trash, Wolfgang Gartner, EDDIE, Bentley Dean, James Egbert, and more. “‘Electromag’ exists in a world where broke college kids exchange wordpress blog posts for backstage passes,” says No Mana on his compilation, “where the French and Italians throw the best parties, where the only cameras in the club are disposable ones. A world where Electro House is great again.” The compilation is an unabashed blast from the past, full of nostalgic synths and effects and energertic four-on-the-floor rhythms that make it feel like it’s 2011 again. From familiar faces like Tommy Trash and Wolfgang Gartner to breakout stars within the space like EDDIE and Bad Disk, No Mana creates a whirring compilation for the ages from newcomers and titans alike. Check out the full compilation below! In tandem with the release of his Electromag compilation, No Mana embarks on his Electromag tour, which kicked off September 4 at Day Trip in Los Angeles, CA, and hits major cities across the entirety of North America before concluding in March of 2022. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: No Mana Reignites Electro House With 19-Track Compilation ‘Electromag’ on Mau5trap View the full article
  10. Hot off the press today as a brand new release for FiXT Noir, a bass music-focused division of the FiXT label, comes ‘Anarchy.’ Produced by Chicago’s Ian Snow in conjunction with Aussie artist KYB, this is the first exclusive single to drop from Snow’s forthcoming EP titled Dissolution. After spending some years in the EDM scene as SNOWMASS, Ian Snow has recently rebranded both his name and sound, putting a focus on exploring mid-tempo with a darkly charged energy. The link-up with KYB happened well prior to the pandemic, but the pair were able to work on and complete ‘Anarchy’ by sending fresh versions back and forth to each other. It’s unapologetic and meticulously rhythmical, moving between striking builds and explosive riffs. Snow explains: “As I started listening to artists like KYB, Made By Tsuki, and Blanke, I quickly learned that Australians have a sixth sense for bass music, mid-tempo especially. Working with Kye has been a breeze. It’d bring a tear to my eye whenever I’d send him a new version, and he’d call me a “sick c**t.” It’s absurd to think that it’s been two years since the start of this track, but that’s what a pandemic will do to ya I guess … I’m really looking forward to finally seeing some crowds go buck wild to this one.” Don’t forget to pre-save the EP right here. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Your EDM Premiere: Ian Snow & KYB – Anarchy View the full article
  11. TroyBoi teams up with Jamaican dancehall artist Chris Marshall in his latest single, “Gyal.” Continuing the producer’s hot streak of flavorful releases, “Gyal” marks TroyBoi’s first venture into reggae. The steamy, tropical collab boasts addictive vocals, clean plucks and a booming beat, priming the dance floor with proper end-of-summer vibrations. Accompanying the production is a vibrant, tripped out visual representation from Will Selviz and Terry Williams. The music video matches the allure of “Gyal,” destined to make some serious waves leading into TroyBoi’s much anticipated second album. Just recently, TroyBoi prepped fans for the upcoming release in sharing: “My first album is 4 years old today. Think it maybe time for a second one…” Listen here! TroyBoi & Chris Marshall – Gyal This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: TroyBoi & Chris Marshall Make Waves with Reggae-Infused “Gyal” Collab [WATCH] View the full article
  12. Kaskade has tranformed SLANDER & Dylan Matthew’s staple and cinematic production “Love Is Gone” into an entrancing dance floor anthem. Glimmering synths and emotive swells send this remix straight into a hypnotic atmosphere, as familiar lyrics take hold, finding perfect harmony with deep melodics and four on the floor rhythm. This thoughtful reimagination follows up another from R3HAB, continuing SLANDER’s second round of “Love Is Gone” remixes. SLANDER share of the forthcoming collection: We are so excited to finally reveal the second remix pack for “Love Is Gone”! For this pack we reached out to some absolute legends in dance music, and we were thrilled they wanted to be a part of it. In particular Armin and Kaskade were two of the first electronic DJ’s we ever saw perform and they left lasting positive impressions on us until this day. Getting remixes from them is literally a dream come true and we are so grateful. Also worth noting, the original version of the track achieved RIAA Certified Gold status in August. Listen to the latest in the “Love Is Gone” series right here! SLANDER & Dylan Matthew – Love Is Gone (Kaskade Remix)  Photo via Rukes.com This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Kaskade Drops Hypnotic Remix of SLANDER & Dylan Matthew’s “Love Is Gone” [LISTEN] View the full article
  13. Don Diablo presents his highly anticipated and most comprehensive album to date, FOREVER (stylized FORΞVΞR), out today. Spanning 21 tracks just over an hour, Diablo’s musical expressions exist in a vast digital realm with nonstop energy and danceable grooves. FOREVER is all about having a good time and embracing a bright, optimistic outlook soundtracked by cutting-edge sounds and futuristic flair. The album boasts several star-studded collaborations across a wide spectrum of genres, including productions with Galantis, Au/Ra, Ty Dolla $ign, Emeli Sandé, Gucci Mane, Enigma, Imanbek, Andy Grammer and more. Don Diablo shares via tweet: “FORΞVΞR is finally out! Thanks SO much to everyone who helped me create this ALBUM. Beyond grateful. Hexagonians: You guys are the best fans in the world. This one is for YOU!” It’s obvious how much heart and soul Diablo put into this body of work, which is why it shines so brightly. Listen here! Don Diablo – FOREVER Stream/download: https://fanlink.to/DonDiabloFOREVER This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Don Diablo Unleashes Futuristic 21-Track Album, ‘FOREVER’ [LISTEN] View the full article
  14. It’s unlikely that Virtual Riot had a plan to release each of his albums four years apart, but we’re here now, four years after the release of The Classics, which came out four years after the release of There Goes Your Money, all the way back in 2013. Now, we have Simulation, the latest album from the celebrated bass producer on Disciple Recs. Spanning 16 songs, one hour of music, and collaborations with So Loki, Angelika, Danyka Nadeau, Lektrique & Leah Culver, and Modestep and FRANK ZUMMO, this is undoubtedly Virtual Riot’s most impressive project to-date. Virtual Riot, real name Christian Valentin “Val” Brunn, has been releasing music for nearly a decade. In that time, he’s become known as one of not just dubstep’s, but electronic music’s most preeminent producers. Whether pure talent, or excessively hard work, or more than likely a combination a both, he has time and again taken finds minds, put them in a blender, and spit them out the other side mushy and oddly euphoric. Simulation traverses a variety of styles in bass music over the course of an hour, never falling flat or getting stale along the way — and for a 16-track bass album, that’s often a tall order. Less than a third of the album was previously released as singles, making the bulk of the listening experience fresh and exciting. If you haven’t given it a listen yet, check out Simulation below! This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Virtual Riot Releases Third Studio Album, “Simulation” [MUST LISTEN] View the full article
  15. Apple Music has announced the platform will ID tracks and pay out artists accordingly within DJ mixes. Using the widely popular Shazam technology, acquired by Apple in 2018 for $400 million, Apple Music has developed a method that will properly identify and compensate all of the individual creators involved in making a particular DJ mix — including the artists behind the music. There are already thousands of DJ mixes available on Apple Music from Studio !K7, Boiler Room, Mixmag, Cercle and more. Over Black Music month, the platform commissioned DJ mixes from Honey Dijon, Amorphous, DBN Gogo, DJ Clue, Dām Funk, Funk Flex and others. In addition, Charlotte de Witte recently launched an exclusive residency mix series via Apple Music. This type of payout model has been a long time coming, and will undoubtedly set the bar for other platforms that stream DJ mixes regularly. At this time, Apple Music does not allow user generated content and will only publish mixes from artists that have identified 70% of the combined tracks. Major players in the dance music industry are raving about the new feature… Apple Music is the first platform that offers continuous mixes where there’s a fair fee involved for the artists whose tracks are included in the mixes and for the artist making those mixes. It’s a step in the right direction where everyone gets treated fairly. I’m beyond excited to have the chance to provide online mixes again. There’s a different approach to it compared to playing a peak time set in a club or at a festival. It enables me to, without any limits, offer an insight in my music collection. – Charlotte De Witte This is a big moment for !K7. Through the partnership with Apple we finally have a place to celebrate DJ-Kicks with additional 14 editions which haven‘t been in the market for over 15 years. – Horst Weidenmueller, Founder, Studio !K7 Tomorrowland is delighted that Apple Music subscribers around the world can now go down memory lane and immerse themselves in more than 100 iconic full Tomorrowland DJ sets from the 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 festival editions, as well as the digital editions of Tomorrowland – Around the World and Tomorrowland 31.12.2020. Previously unavailable on streaming, legendary performances from the likes of Alesso, Amelie Lens, Carl Cox, Charlotte de Witte, David Guetta, Diplo, Hardwell, Major Lazer, Martin Garrix, The Chainsmokers, Tiësto and many more are now available to stream and relive – united in one magical place. – Filip Teerlinck, Head of Media, Tomorrowland In 1992 Mixmag invented the world’s first mix CD ‘Mixmag Live’ with Carl Cox and Dave Seaman. It changed mix-tape culture, ensuring for the first time that the music heard at raves and clubs could be bought and heard whilst the royalties were paid fairly to the featured artists and DJs. Now almost 30 years later Mixmag fully backs Apple Music’s new DJ Mix technology. Mixmag’s always recognised, showcased and empowered dance music producers – working with Apple Music continues our commitment to those artists. Ensuring DJs, producers, rights holders and suppliers are given long term financial pay outs from mixes containing their work is vital in our industry and Apple Music have just made that accessible to everyone. – Nick Stevenson, Managing Director, Mixmag This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Apple Music is Using Shazam Technology to Pay Out Artists Featured in DJ Mixes View the full article
  16. Crankdat & DJ Diesel have a collab in the works — and it sounds absolutely massive! Shaq aka DJ Diesel has been throwing down this powerhouse new ID at recent performances and Crankdat has taken to Twitter to let everyone know about the forthcoming collaboration. The clip below runs 20 seconds long, previewing a massive dubstep banger that packs heavy hits with much bounce. Given the caliber of high energy sets both Crankdat and DJ Diesel bring to the stage, it’s about time they join forces. Since venturing into the bass music realm, DJ Diesel has teamed up with Wuki, BLVD., Eliminate, Riot Ten, Nitti Gritti, NGHTMRE and more. Just recently, Crankdat unleashed his Sad Robot EP via Monstercat. Listen to Crank x Shaq here! Crankdat x DJ Diesel – ID crank x shaq – id pic.twitter.com/4WohhrL0Tx — crankdat (@crankdat) September 7, 2021 This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Shaq aka DJ Diesel Throws Down Massive Unreleased Collab with Crankdat [WATCH] View the full article
  17. Creamfields recently made its grand return in 2021, taking place in Daresbury, Cheshire over the UK’s bank holiday weekend. As one of the world’s leading dance music events, Creamfields signified a major step in the return of live music, featuring performances from Above & Beyond, ANNA, Andy C, Boris Brejcha, Carl Cox, deadmau5, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Fisher, Hannah Wants, Laidback Luke, Martin Garrix, MK, Paul Woolford, Peggy Gou, Tchami, Timmy Trumpet and more. Official uploads from Oliver Heldens, Giuseppe Ottaviani and Bryan Kearney are available to stream on YouTube, as well as full sets from Eric Prydz, Adam Beyer X Cirez D, Craig Connelly and Juicy M from various sources. Though it’s impossible to capture the feeling one gets when witnessing performances such as these live, in a crowd full of fellow dance music enthusiasts — these videos offer a glimpse into the magic of Creamfields 2021. Watch below! Oliver Heldens Giuseppe Ottaviani Bryan Kearney Eric Prydz Adam Beyer X Cirez D Craig Connelly Juicy M Photo courtesy of Creamfields This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Creamfields 2021 Sets from Oliver Heldens, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Eric Prydz & More [WATCH] View the full article
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