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Dec 22

We Can’t Let Go Of Illenium’s New Remix

Move over Seven Lions, there's a new contender to your coveted melodic bass crown--Denver's Illenium, who just unleashed a stunning remix of Echos' Don't Let Me Go.

One listen to this remix should be ample proof that this kid has an extremely bright future. Combining elements of dubstep and big room into one bright, bouncy, and breathtakingly beautiful package, Illenium has delivered a song that is both melodic and mesmerizing, hitting a sweet spot that will please fans of both genres.

Pick up the free download here. You can ring in the New Year with Illenium at Decadence, a two-day event which features an incredible lineup of performers like Bassnectar, Kaskade, Aemin Van Buuren, and many more. Pick up your tickets here.
Echos - Don't Let Me Go (Illenium Remix) [Free Download]
Dec 22

Lido Remixes ‘Why I’m Single’ And Hints At Work With Flume

Multi-instrumentalist wonder boy Lido remixes lilangelboi's cover of Alli Simpson's Why I'm Single for a complete re-imagination and hints at new productions with Flume.

Leave it to Lido to take out the pop kitschiness of Simpson's original for a refined rendition dripping with that future bass sound that has taken this past year by storm. He has of course snuck his chord signature into the remix, that high-pitched sequence of notes that can be heard in virtually every Lido track. In fact, if you head to his website you're greeted with piano keys, and playing the sequence correctly gives you access to exclusive Lido content.

There is more for this budding producer with 2015 on the horizon. He hinted in his interview with Triple J earlier this month at new productions with a rising crop of future bass producers, including the indelible Flume.
Alli Simpson - Why I'm Single (Lido Remix)
Dec 22

Listen To Caribou’s Award-Winning ‘Essential Mix of The Year’

Having already released Our Love, one of the best indie-electronic crossover albums of the year, Caribou--aka Dan Snaith--and his mix for Radio 1 have been awarded Essential Mix of The Year by the BBC.

Originally airing in October, Caribou’s nearly 40-track mix features artists from across the electronic spectrum including Daft Punk, Armand Van Helden, Les Sins, and more. Caribou also threw in some cuts from his recent LP like Mars, Our Love, and the ever-popular Can't Do Without You. According to Snaith, the diversity of the mix was derived from the producer's DJ sets at the time.

"There’s tracks in here I’ve been playing in my DJ sets for the last little while, there’s some of the music from my new album and there’s sections inspired by playing live with the band. Maybe that’s why the music on this mix is so diverse, but for people who’ve seen me DJ before, that won’t be a surprise."
Caribou's Essential Mix was chosen as the winner by a panel of judges from the electronic music world including: last year's winner Eric Prydz, Pete Tong, B. Traits, Danny Howard, and several members from the dance music media. You can listen to the full mix above and see the tracklist below.

1. Caribou - Mars
2. Les Sins - Past
3. Mike Dehnert - Umlaut (Levon Vincent NY Basement Mix)
4. Daphni - Carry On
5. Joy Orbison & Boddika - Untitled
6. The Beginning of the End - Funky Nassau (KH Edit)
7. Jack Master - Bang the Box
8. Oppenheimer Analysis - The Devil’s Dancer
9. Armand Van Helden - Witch Doktor (Dark Ages Mix)
10. Butric - Up
11. Head High - Hex Pad
12. Daft Punk - Revolution 909
13. First Choice - Let No Man Put Assunder (Baby, Baby, Baby, Aww Shucks) (Ron Hardy Edit)
14. Caribou - Our Love
15. Head High - Megatrap (Mix Mix)
16. Sunbelt - Spin It
17. Head High - Megatrap (4F Mix)
18. James Brown - I’m Satisfied (Underdog Edit)
19. Arnie Love & The Lovettes - We’ve Had Enough
20. G. Flame & Mr. G - Pulsez (Original Mix)
21. Silver Apples - Oscillations (Daphni Edit)
22. Daphni - Tin
23. Robbie Tronco - Runway (As A House) (Original Mix)
24. Caribou - Can’t Do Without You (Extended Mix)
25. Butric - Up
26. Pearson Sound - Rubber Tree
27. Lil Wayne - I’m Single (Instrumental)
28. Les Sins - Call
29. Crash Course in Science - Jump Over Barrels (Daphni Edit)
30. Daft Punk - Make Love
31. AFX - VBS.Redlof.B
32. Caribou - Julia Brightly
33. Anthony Naples - Miles
34. Dorothy Ashby - Essence of Sapphire
35. Gloria Ann Taylor - Love Is A Hurting Thing
36. Danny Hunt - What’s Happening to Our Love Affair
37. Marvin Gaye - Time To Get It Together (Daphni Edit)
38. Caribou - Your Love Will Set You Free
39. The Zombies - This Will Be Our Year
Caribou - Essential Mix October 2014
Dec 22

The Top 15 Indie & Beats Tracks of 2014

It's unique, it's experimental, it's the sound that doesn't conform to standards. It's indie and beats, and it served up some of the biggest hits of 2014. This year saw the glorified return of old favorites, the emergence of stunning new talent, and everything in between. Through the abundance of phenomenal music on the market, these 15 tracks stand out from the rest and hold the greatest potential to mold the future sound of electronic music.
George Maple - Talk Talk (Original Mix) [Future Classic]
Bonobo - Flashlight (Original Mix) [Ninja Tune]
Snakehips feat. Sinead Harnett - Days With You (Original Mix) [Hoffman West]
Ryan Hemsworth feat. Tinashe - One For Me (Original Mix) [Last Gang]
Cyril Hahn feat. Rochelle Jordan - Slow (Original Mix) [Virgin]
Caribou - Can't Do Without You (Original Mix) [City Slang]
Broods - Coattails (Original Mix) [Polydor]
SBTRKT feat. Sampha - Temporary View (Original Mix) [Young Turks]
Porter Robinson feat. Amy Millan - Divinity (Original Mix) [Astralwerks]
MNEK - Wrote A Song About You (Kaytranada Edition) [Virgin]
ODESZA feat. Madelyn Grant - Sun Models (Original Mix) [Counter]
Aphex Twin - minipops 67 [120.2][source field mix]
FKA twigs - Two Weeks (Original Mix) [Young Turks]
Banks - Goddess (Original Mix) [Harvest]
Porter Robinson - Sad Machine (Original Mix) [Astralwerks]
Dec 22

Wantickets’ Top 5 New Year’s Eve Parties

2014 flew by in the blink of an eye, and our friends at Wantickets have put together a plethora of top-notch parties for you and your crew to enjoy. We combed through the list to pick our top five events of the entire bunch, and we're certain that the sheer talent assembled in this lineup is sure to impress. From New York and Los Angeles, to Miami and Vegas, the opportunity to have your best New Year's Eve celebration to date is just a click away.

Who: Carnage / Brillz
Where: The Rave/Eagles Club/Eagles Ballroom - Milwaukee, WI
When: 8:00 PM - 4:00 AM
Why We're Going: Rumor has it that Carnage plans to blast some cash out the cannons.
Tickets Here (All Ages)

Who: Alesso
Where: Light Nightclub, Mandalay Bay - Las Vegas, NV
When: 9:00 PM - 4:00 AM
Why We're Going: Cirque Du Soleil inspired choreography and we're running a giveaway so join us!
Tickets Here (21+)

Where: CREATE - Los Angeles, CA
When: 9:00 PM - 4:00 AM
Why We're Going: DJ Snake throws an awesome party and we don't turn down..for anything.
Tickets here (21+)

Who: Duke Dumont
Where: SLAKE - New York, NY
When: 8:00 PM - 12:00 PM
Why We're Going: Feel-good tunes in the Big Apple with one of the best deep house acts in the game.
Tickets Here (21+)

Who: Solomun
Where: STORY - Miami Beach, FL
When: 10:00 PM - 7:00 AM
Why We're Going: Deep vibes with Solumun followed by the sunrise on South Beach sounds fantastic.
Tickets Here (21+)
Carnage x Erick Morillo x Harry Romero feat. Mr. V - Let The Freak Out
Alesso feat. Tove Lo - Heroes (We Could Be) [Def Jam]
Dj Snake & AlunaGeorge - You Know You Like It [Island]
Duke Dumont - Won't Look Back [Blasé Boys Club]
Solomun - Samson [Diynamic]