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Sasha remixes Rufus's 'Innerbloom' into a beautifully somber masterpiece – Dancing Astronaut

“Innerbloom” by Australian trio RÜFÜS DU SOL won the international dance community over upon its release, oozing euphoria with heartwarming synth chords and airy vocals. Since then, the song has inspired multitudes of artists to re-work it into their artistic vision while maintaining the same vibes presented in the original. Sasha decided to go against Continue reading Sasha remixes Rufus's 'Innerbloom' into a beautifully somber masterpiece – Dancing Astronaut

5 (more) DJs who actually deserve to win a Top 100 DJ list – Dancing Astronaut

Yesterday, we ran a story titled ‘5 DJs who actually deserve to win a Top 100 DJ list’ as an answer to the pervading dissatisfaction that inevitably follows every annual DJ ranking list. The response was emphatic. Like us, our readers are fed up with polls such as DJ Mag which clearly do not paint an accurate picture of the Continue reading 5 (more) DJs who actually deserve to win a Top 100 DJ list – Dancing Astronaut

5 DJs who actually deserve to win a Top 100 DJ list – Dancing Astronaut

It’s that time of year again: the influx of DJ rankings has begun. Last month, for instance, DJ Times announced America’s Top DJs, and now DJ Mag has released their annual Top 100 list. Is it just us, or are all of these lists unequivocally unsatisfying? It doesn’t help that the majority of these rankings have essentially been Continue reading 5 DJs who actually deserve to win a Top 100 DJ list – Dancing Astronaut

The Chainsmokers discuss their origins, setbacks, and current success – Dancing Astronaut

Love them or hate them, The Chainsmokers are currently the biggest American outfit in the dance music realm. Two months after its release, “Closer” continues to dominate the charts – managing to remain atop the Billboard Hot 100 even against the stiff competition of The Weeknd and Daft Punk’s “Starboy.” In an interview with ABC News, Drew Continue reading The Chainsmokers discuss their origins, setbacks, and current success – Dancing Astronaut

Watch The Chainsmokers hilariously fall off stage during festival set – Dancing Astronaut

The Chainsmokers’ are known for their lively antics during their performances — so much so that it’s become an integral part of their brand. During a recent festival set, however, one half of the duo, Drew Taggart, got a little too carried away in his excitement on-stage. A new video shows Taggart jumping up and down Continue reading Watch The Chainsmokers hilariously fall off stage during festival set – Dancing Astronaut

The Radar 70: Mixed by Bang La Decks

Greco duo, Bang La Decks, are not your run-of-the-mill trap group. The pair have begun fostering a devout following through their Eastern-tinged take on the 808-heavy genre and recently released their Culture To Ashes EP that showcased a wide range of world instruments infused with electronic production. With a unique sound to their name and gradual upward Continue reading The Radar 70: Mixed by Bang La Decks

Die Antwoord's Break Up Scandal Continues After Release Of Full Interview Transcripts

Die Antwoord has got us all kinds of hot and bothered with recent events. First, Ninja told Exclaim! that the South African rap/rave group would be finished in 2017. Then, Yolandi Vi$$er came out with her pastel Uzis blazing, brutally denying any such statement that the Die Antwoord project would be over, and now their 4th studio Continue reading Die Antwoord's Break Up Scandal Continues After Release Of Full Interview Transcripts

Meet the artists behind Dirtybird Campout: Worthy

The inaugural edition of Dirtybird Campout took place in Silverado, CA during October of last year — and what an inauguration it was. Coonskin caps were donned, water balloons were thrown, and attendees’ unfulfilled childhood dreams came true, all amidst a perpetual stream of delectable beats courtesy of Dirtybird and friends. Returning to Silverado’s Oak Continue reading Meet the artists behind Dirtybird Campout: Worthy