KAKU ups ante on ‘Dance (RED) Save Lives Vol. III’ with collaborative NFT drop [Q&A]

Earlier this month, African electronic label Mavin Records partnered with charity (RED) to release a star-studded compilation album titled Dance (RED) Save Lives Vol. 3. Curated by iconic Afrobeats artist Don Jazzy and Aluna, the eclectic collection features new music from acts Felix Da Housecat, KAKU, Sofi Tukker TOKiMONSTA, Chris Trucher, and more. Proceeds generated
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Dancing Astronaut’s Artists to Watch in 2021: Lastlings

This past year, we all ’re presenting our Artists to Watch from 2021 a bit differently. Each day, we all ’ll uncover one candy choice, highlighting following year’s group of up-and-coming abilities and famous celebrities one-by-one. Beginning December 1we’re turning up 25 of electronic music’s most enticing prospective achievers, sweetening the holiday period with a
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EDM.com’s Best of 2020: Songs

Here are the top electronic dance music songs of 2020. This year, the team at EDM.com is proud to publish four installments of “Best of 2020” coverage: Industry Leaders, Performances, Music Producers, and Songs. When COVID-19 stomped on the sandcastles of the live music industry and its countless venues, the streaming world mushroomed due to
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Happy Birthday, Carly Rae Jepsen: Here are the 5 Best EDM Remixes of “Call Me Maybe”

From beachfront home into early 2010s dubstep, there’s no lack of creativity in regards to manufacturer’s putting their spin “Call Me Maybe.” Ever since Carly Rae Jepsen’s”Call Me Maybe” went viral in 2012, launch waves of cover models, video parodies, and memes, the area of pop music has never been the same. The iconic track
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Saturday Night Session 043: Imanbek reveals an EP with Rita Ora is on the way and discusses his surprise career in music

When there was a case study performed on how social media can affect a musical profession, Kazakh producer Imanbek would be the ideal subject matter. The 20-year-old has released collaborations using Usher, Afrojack, and Don Diablo at the last six months. A year and a half ago, he was working in a train station in
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Check Out Which Dance Music Album Was #1 When You Graduated High School

Kygo? Skrillex? Zedd? See which electronic artist and album sat atop the charts when you walked the graduation carpet. Ah, graduation. A day you toss your cap into the swirling wind that will carry you to your next chapter in life. While graduation ceremonies were forced to retreat to the murky cobwebs of the virtual
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Keep Halloweekend Going With a Roundup of the Best Costumes from EDM Artists

From Monsters Inc. to Wonder Woman to Spider-Woman, EDM’s top producers brought their creativity this year. Even though Halloween looked a bit different this year, EDM artists and fans have proved their dedication to spooky season via an outpouring of social media posts featuring everyone’s costumes of choice. From Valentino Khan and Alison Wonderland switching
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Light at the End of the Tunnel: 15 EDM Shows to Look Forward to in 2021

Many shows have been announced for 2021, that is beginning to look like the promised land. 2020 has been–for want of a better term–a dumpster fire. It has been a sad year, marred by an unrelenting virus that continues to suck the soul from this live music scene such as a Dementor. However, myriad concerts
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Swole Sauce flaunts melodic dubstep skill on ‘Lost’ [Q&A]

At the junction of dubstep, brostep, along with bass is a title that’s been coursing through virtual bass circles: Swole Sauce. Even a self-instructed New York indigenous motivated in part by a push to interrupt what he describes as a stasis in the dubstep context, Swole Sauce–called offstage since Steven Zaslow–has steadily attracted a digital
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