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Anna of the North releases acoustic version of 'Someone'

has gone acoustic for the secondary release single “Someone.” The Scandinan alt-pop singer originally released the synth pop single more than five months ago, and her acoustic twist on the track forsakes its bubbly keys for a moody, atmospheric experience in which Anna the North bares her soul. “There’s something in the water” she sings, an echo transports her Continue reading Anna of the North releases acoustic version of 'Someone'

Berghain's bouncer Sven Marquardt curates video series

Having manned the doors Berlin’s legendary dance institution  since its opening in 2004, it’s only right that Sven Marquardt’s presence has become one with the club. Although, what many don’t know is that the East Berlin native is also an incredibly accomplished photographer. Marquardt’s released a memoir and at numerous galleries around the world. Now, he’s taking his curatorial Continue reading Berghain's bouncer Sven Marquardt curates video series

Ghastly Calls OWSLA's Newest Artist & Skrillex Protege A "Piece of Sh*t"

In an industry full creative minds and individual personalities, we can’t expect everyone to get along. Now, it appears some sort bad blood has run between two popular artists in particular. Ghastly‘s claws are out. The cryptic message below, tweeted and soon deleted, calls it like he sees it. “Dear anyone who is in the Continue reading Ghastly Calls OWSLA's Newest Artist & Skrillex Protege A "Piece of Sh*t"

Lost Kings Release Single 'Don't Call'

Lost Kings Release New Dance-Pop Anthem Lost Kings have released dance-pop anthem, ‘Don’t Call’, to close out the year with a bang. This single comes after collaborating with Sabrina Carpenter for ‘First Love’ that already has 10 million streams on Spotify. ‘Don’t Call’ is a dance-pop anthem that will get anyone vibing from the start. Continue reading Lost Kings Release Single 'Don't Call'

Wax Motif releases aggressive 'Forsaken' EP

The dissemination EDM has, among other things, given birth to its more evolved, more club friendly fspring: Post-EDM. Defined as the next generation mainstream EDM, Post-EDM is a blanket term to describe the forward thinking, dance heavy sounds that occupy the void left in the wake EDM’s bubble burst. Such seminal labels as   Dirtybird and NightBass have already infiltrated Continue reading Wax Motif releases aggressive 'Forsaken' EP

Louis The Child releases invigorating single 'last to leave'

Future bass phenom-duo is back with single “last to leave” featuring Caroline Ailin, the first release since the duos release “Right To It” featuring Ashe. On their newest ballad, Louis The Child create an invigorating concoction tropical and future bass influence in a saccharine synthesis that is ear candy for its listeners. Louis The Child is Continue reading Louis The Child releases invigorating single 'last to leave'

NMF Roundup: Tritonal shines bright, Whethan leaves a sweet aftertaste, and Camila Cabello goes grey

The most important day every week: New Music Friday. 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.   shines bright with the release his carbonated synth single “Shinin’ Bright.” leaves a saccharine aftertaste with the release his newest electro pop ballad Continue reading NMF Roundup: Tritonal shines bright, Whethan leaves a sweet aftertaste, and Camila Cabello goes grey

Here Are The Most Googled Songs, Artists & Albums of 2017

Google‘s “Year in Search” reveals much about our our ear’s desires and the music we craved in 2017, and looking back it’s been a damn good year. Mainstream clearly took control our Google searches, mainly with pop and hip hop genres. Taylor Swift reigns with the most searched album for her good-girl-gone-bad album Reputation. Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, Logic, Continue reading Here Are The Most Googled Songs, Artists & Albums of 2017