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May 06

Digitalism Ain’t Slippin On ‘Roller’

German electro duo Digitalism returns with a brazen electro-tech number they're calling Roller and hint that they are returning to the studio to complete their next album.

In an interview with Thump, the duo shared details for their next album and how they plan to go back to their roots:

"Musically, we've had quite a journey since our first record. But then, it can also be exciting to go back to where you're coming from––Which is why we spend a lot of time in our Hamburg WWII bunker studio. There's no windows, you know, so there's no outlook. You have to come up with it yourself. And you have to be loud in there, because the walls are three feet thick."

Roller definitely has enough frenzied synth work to harken back to Digitalism's earlier productions, making this track perfectly suited for a sweaty, after-hours club or warehouse haunt.

The entire Roller EP will be available June 8 via Magnetism with a couple unreleased remixes, and you can pre-order it here.
Digitalism - Roller (Original Mix) [Magnetism]
May 06

‘Believe’ In Maya Jane Coles’ Nocturnal Sunshine

Dark, soulful, and ambient would be the best three words to describe Believe, the latest single from Nocturnal Sunshine, the alias of tech house superstar on the rise Maya Jane Coles. ​

The stuttering groove feels more rhythmic ballad than peak-hour player as UK-based vocalist Chelou's lovelorn entreaties combine with the unique bassline of the track for something heavier-than-expected but certainly not off-putting. With two mesmerizing singles already in the books, it's clear that this side project is one worth sticking around for. ​

Pre-oder Noctural Sunshine ahead of its May 26 release on iTunes here and instantly pick up Believe. You can listen to the album's first single, Take Me There, here.
Nocturnal Sunshine feat. Chelou - Believe (Original Mix) [I/AM/ME]
May 06

TWRK’s ‘We Are TWRK’ EP Is Your Summer Soundtrack

DJ Benzi and DJ Esentrik's pairing as TWRK has consistently involved creating ear-worming, twerk-styled tracks that have gained favor both in clubs and at festivals worldwide. On their just-released Mad Decent EP We Are TWRK, this trend continues. In four tracks, the duo retains their trademark style while also expanding their well-regarded pop and rap-friendly sound.

Spring Break and Helicopter are the previously released tracks here. The former features Jersey-based rapper Dougie F of DJ Fire's Jersey club crossover hit Back Up On It and California party rap/EDM trio The Rej3ctz rapping about cavorting with female college students on their favorite yearly mid-semester excursion. With warped, guitar-style synths resonating against a thumping bassline, the overall production is cleanly mixed and well-executed. Helicopter carries much of the same froclicking feel, but bears more of a Major Lazer-meets-DJ Mustard tropical/twerk sound.

Make It Bounce is a collaboration with Canadian producer Lambo and has a vibe similar to Diplo's Express Yourself. The track combines the booty-grooving party flow of a New Orleans-based rapper (insert Fly Boy Keno for the now-deceased Nicky Da B) and impressively maintaining the swing of bounce within the bombast of big-room kicks, claps, and synths. It's likely as impressive of a listen in the club as it is over headphones for a deeper critique.

However, the EP's best overall production is the deep house, future bass, and twerk-combining track Dump It. Dump what you ask? Well, the vocal sample on the track advises that in trying to "dump it," "don't get frustrated if you can't do it on your first try." We'll leave the rest to the imagination. Sounding similar to what would happen if you locked Duke Dumont, Lido, and Mannie Fresh in a studio for a weekend, it packs a thrilling and melodic thump.

We Are TWRK is available via Beatport here.
TWRK - Dump It (Original Mix) [Mad Decent]
TWRK - Make It Bounce (Original Mix) [Mad Decent]
May 06

XS NightClub Unveils Massive May Event Lineup

XS Nightclub at Encore Las Vegas is back with a new jam-packed lineup for May, bringing a who's who of big-name DJs to their award-winning venue.

For the third consecutive year in a row, XS Nightclub has held onto the #1 spot on the annual Nightclub & Bar Top 100 List, and after adding $10 million in renovations in January it's a safe bet that they will continue their reign into next year. This May, artists such as Skrillex, Zedd, and David Guetta will grace the decks at XS' world-renowned Sunday Nightswim event, which won the 2015 Nightclub and Bar Award for Promo, Party or Event of the Year. The Memorial Day Weekend lineup will bring five straight days of high-powered dance music, including performances by Kaskade, Avicii, and Jack U.

Check out the full May lineup below, and click here to purchase tickets. For table reservations, please contact 702-770-0097 or

Friday, May 1: David Guetta
Saturday, May 2: Kaskade
Sunday, May 3: Avicii
Monday, May 4: Lil Jon
Friday, May 8: Avicii
Saturday, May 9: David Guetta
Sunday, May 10: Skrillex
Monday, May 11: Flosstradamus
Friday, May 15: Avicii
Saturday, May 16: David Guetta
Sunday, May 17: Zedd
Monday, May 18: RL Grime
Thursday, May 21: Zedd
Friday, May 22: Kaskade
Saturday, May 23: Avicii
Sunday, May 24: David Guetta
Monday, May 25: Skrillex & Diplo
Friday, May 29: Zedd
Saturday, May 30: Diplo
Sunday, May 31: Skrillex

May 06

Movement Detroit Announces Stage Lineups & Schedule

Movement Detroit has announced the performance schedule and stages for the 2015 festival, set to take place inside Detroit's Hart Plaza May 23-25.

This year’s lineup will feature over 140 performances across six stages. The Movement Main Stage will feature headlining performances by Richie Hawtin, Snoop Dogg as DJ Snoopadelic, and Boys Noize and Skrillex supergroup Dogblood. Red Bull Music Academy will see Disclosure headline, while Beatport Stage highlights include Tuskegee (Seth Troxler B2B The Martinez Brothers), Joseph Capriati, Hot Since 82, Dubfire, and more.

After you've finished drooling over the stage lineup, check out the video of Movement performer and all-around techno icon Carl Craig as he talks about why he loves Detroit and the importance of Hart Plaza. Check it out below.

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