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Aug 28
2015

Flux Pavilion Drops Soulsonic Force Collab ‘We Are Creators’

A bass titan meets rap legends on Flux Pavilion's swinging, turn-back-the-clock electro collaboration We Are Creators that doubles as the fourth reveal for his new album, Tesla.

The new track follows Feels Good and features the Soulsonic Force--and yes, before you ask, we do mean of Afrika Bambaataa and the Soulsonic Force of Planet Rock fame. Feeling like a page borrowed from the Chemical Brothers partnering with Q-Tip for Go, this track feels like it could've been dropped by Bambaataa himself in a nightclub in the early '80s.

You can see Flux Pavilion drop it himself on his upcoming 26-city North American tour featuring support from the likes of 12th Planet and LOUDPVCK. More information regarding those events is available here.

Stream the new single above and pre-order Tesla here before it drops Sept. 18. .
https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/221043774
Flux Pavilion feat. Soulsonic Force - We Are Creators (Original Mix) [Circus]
Aug 28
2015

HARD Day Of The Dead Announces Lineup, 21+ Age Restriction

Following the announcement that Day Of The Dead would now be 21+, which brought cheers from some and jeers from others, the two-day LA Halloween festival, taking place at the Fairplex on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1, dropped a lineup sure to please the most jaded of festival-goers.

The Day Of The Dead lineup is a veritable "who's who" of "non-EDM" super acts, including deadmau5, Nero, Skrillex, Gesaffelstein, and A$AP Ferg. Additionally, look for back-to-back sets from Tuskegee (Seth Troxler and The Martinez Brothers) and Ryan Hemsworth and Tommy Kruise, live sets from Club Cheval and Jets (Jimmy Edgar and Machinedrum), branded stages All Gone Pete Tong on Oct. 31 and OWSLA and AC Slater's Night Bass on Nov. 1.

View the full lineup below, and pick up tickets for Day Of The Dead here.

Aug 28
2015

DJ Snake Turns Calvin Harris’ ‘How Deep Is Your Love’ All The Way Up

DJ Snake's Bollywood-style trap take on Calvin Harris and Disciples' house jam How Deep Is Your Love is a missile aimed at turning up peak-hour sets everywhere.

The melodic whirling dervish of bass that was applied to Harris' latest single continues the simultaneously experimental and trend-following nature of the track. Besides this new rework, DJ Snake's arsenal of hits now contains remixes of Kanye West, and ILoveMakonnen, plus original tracks featuring AlunaGeorge, Dillon Francis, and Major Lazer, officially making him one of pop music's most relevant tune-smiths.

Purchase DJ Snake's official remix for How Deep Is Your Love here.
https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/221298494
Calvin Harris feat. Disciples - How Deep Is Your Love (DJ Snake Remix) [Sony]
Aug 28
2015

LIVE: Stream Creamfields Festival feat. Tchami, Kygo, Oliver Heldens & More

The UK's premier dance music festival Creamfields is streaming live to computers and TVs across the globe for three whole days beginning today at 10 a.m. PDT (1 p.m. EDT). Watch below.

Thanks to Yahoo! Live, fans will have the chance to catch performances by Armin van Buuren, Kygo, Seth Troxler, Fatboy Slim, Tchami, and more wherever they damn well please, provided they have decent Internet access. The Creamfields live stream runs from 10 a.m. PDT until 3 on Friday, 9 a.m. PDT to 7 Saturday, and 8 a.m. PDT until 4 on the final day Sunday. Tune in below, and see a complete list of featured performances at the bottom.

Friday



Friday 8/28: Andrew Rayel, Cosmic Gate, DYRO, Headhunterz, Maverick Sabre, Orjan Nilson, Sigma, Tempa T, Thomas Newsom, W&W

Saturday

Saturday, 8/29: Andrea Oliva, Armin Van Buuren, Arty, Ben Pearce, Chris Lorenzo, Danny Howard, Kolsch, Kygo, Logan Sama & Slimzee B2B, MistaJam, Preditah, Seth Troxler, Shift K3Y, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Tommy Trash

Sunday

Sunday, 8/30: 3 Are Legend (Dimitri V3gas, St3v3 Aoki, Lik3 Mik3), Afrojack, Fatboy Slim, Lucas & Steve, Michael Calfan, NERVO, Oliver Heldens, Otto Knows, Robin Schulz, Steve Aoki, Tchami, The Magician, Tiesto
Aug 28
2015

Skrillex Did Not Produce Justin Bieber’s Tropical Tune ‘What Do You Mean’