My Favorite Robot and their eponymous label are appreciated entities in the underground scene. Their proclivity toward crafting hypnotic pieces with a nice balance of progressive and tech elements make the Canadian trio a standout act, supported by their more established peers. Four years after their first release on Sasha’s Last Night On Earth, they … Continue reading My Favorite Robot return to Last Night On Earth with 'Wallow In The Spark' [EP Review] – Dancing Astronaut
What started off as a mysterious 12″ stamped with Paul McCartney’s face has escalated rather quickly. Famed London record store Phonica effectively started a witch hunt when they posted up a cryptic picture of the record, offering no information about it other than what was visible on the label: Macca’s face and the words “Nineteen … Continue reading Listen to Timo Maas and James Teej's secret remix to Paul McCartney's 'Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five' – Dancing Astronaut
Ever since going on tour together with Porter Robinson, it’s been apparent to fans of both parties that Mat Zo and The M Machine hold a high mutual respect for one another. First, this manifested The M Machine’s remix of one of the top tracks Mat Zo’s debut album Damage Control, “Lucid Dreams.” Two and a half years later, it’s happened again … Continue reading The M Machine surprises with incredible remix from Mat Zo
Who is Earsley? After listening to this production you will want to know as much as you can. The hybrid trap/hip hop/future bass producer puts in work with this one, and we think you’ll be quite the fan. From his Facebook: Nate Earsley is a musician by nature who has taken the art of production … Continue reading Earsley Gives Us a Revelation With Rumbling Trap Hybrid
Martin Garrix is a big fan of video games — which shouldn’t come as a surprise given that, at 20 years old, the Dutch producer is just on the cusp of graduating from “wunderkind” status. His fandom recently led to the main stage staple being tapped to provide the theme for YouTube‘s upcoming livestream of the video … Continue reading Martin Garrix's new track 'Oops' to be theme for E3's 'YouTube Live at E3' – Dancing Astronaut
Dutch producer Hardwell established his United We Are Foundation — sharing its name with his debut album — in December 2015 that drew 70,000 fans in Mumbai, India to support children’s education. That large turnout, likely combined with Hardwell’s massive visibility, has led to the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs to invite Hardwell to perform at United … Continue reading Hardwell to perform at charity event at United Nations HQ – Dancing Astronaut
Four years ago, Hundred Waters, a quartet of musicians from Gainesville, Florida signed to Skrillex‘s LA-based dance imprint OWSLA. In changing the fabric of the label and the preconceptions of how electronic music is produced, Hundred Waters and OWSLA have proven to be a fitting partnership ever since. One production in particular stands out as their most … Continue reading Watch Hundred Waters, Skrillex, and Chance The Rapper perform 'Show Me Love' live on 'The Late Show'
At first glance, Hundred Waters seems like an odd fit to pair up with bass maestro Skrillex and his OWSLA imprint. Upon further review, though, the band’s seemingly effortless blending of live instruments with electronic elements — to say nothing of their critically acclaimed releases — aligns coherently with Skrillex’s very public affinity for live instruments and his continual success … Continue reading Skrillex and Chance The Rapper to join Hundred Waters on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – Dancing Astronaut