Month: August 2018

Swedish House Mafia Ultra 2018 Aerial Drone Footage Selling for Sky High Price

Man, people know how to capitalize off of a good thing, don’t they? With an upload to the stock video membership website Videoblocks.com, the user account known as “Skylabs” is selling one of the most iconic music festival moments in history – the reunion of Swedish House Mafia at Ultra 2018. The user recorded almost the entire set via aerial drone footage, and is looking for huge returns on it. How huge, you ask?

A current member can purchase the footage for a mere $200. If you aren’t a member, guess what – you pay $330! It’s an outlandish markup for the legendary festival moment, but apparently, people are willing to pay. The arial footage of the stage is available in 4K, and yeah, looks pretty cool. Without a sound sample, though, we are unsure just how good the overall product is.

For comparison, a monthly membership on Videoblocks is about $39/mo. This entitles the member access to millions of stock videos, after effects, templates, and more. Most stock videos are free with the monthly membership.

I’m not sure how deep your pockets are, but this is ridiculous. If you are like the rest of us who would attend a 3-Day festival rather than purchase 45 minutes of something you can get for free, checkout the Swedish House Mafia Ultra set below. You’re welcome.

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Go Freek Releases Catchy New Single "Love Is The Weapon"

There’s something in the water in Australia

Sydney global dance export, Go Freek, just released their new single “Love Is The Weapon“. Australia churns out amazing EDM artists left and right! 

On the new track, the duo blends their signature offensive bass lines and tech-house percussion with a truly addictive top line.

“When you work on something long enough you become emotionally attached and your art becomes a part of you. In the case of ‘Love Is The Weapon’, it was in the works for over 8 months. It grew from an idea that was almost thrown away, and has now become our most unique and exciting sounding record to date. I remember having a moment of hysterical laughter and tears when we wrapped up the final mixdown. My mum complained that after the first listen she had an earworm for days to follow. We are so so proud of this record.” Go Freek.     

The vocals are so fresh and catchy. Try not to dance with that kind of melody. 

With multiple ARIA Club Chart Top 10s, including their record-breaking #1 collaboration with Dom Dolla on ‘Define’, and #2 on ‘Call Out’ and ‘Put It Down’ in 2016 and 2017 respectively. It comes as no surprise then that Go Freek has been given the nod of approval from some of the biggest names in dance, including Claude VonStrokeCamelphat, A-Trak, Don Diablo, Anna Lunoe, Claptone and more. Most notably from arguably the most popular DJ of 2018, FISHER, on previous single ‘Time’.     

If you’re one of the lucky ones living down under, make sure you check the guys out on tour. It’s going be epic!

Instagram: @gofreek
Facebook: www.facebook.com/gofreek
Twitter: www.twitter.com/go_freek
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Tiesto Drops "Jackie Chan" The Remixes, Vol. 1 [Listen]

Featuring M-22, Lookas, Hugel, and Sebastian Perez

Today, EDM superstar Tiësto released “Jackie ChanThe Remixes Vol. 1, a collection of remixes of his summer-anthem with Dzeko featuring Preme and Post Malone. That powerhouse of a collaboration was born for success. Basically, anything Post Malone touches nowadays turns gold so of course they would release a remix album!

Since “Jackie Chan’s” release in May, the song has garnered 221 million Spotify streams and more than 70 million video views. 

It opens with a remix from the man himself, Tiesto, giving the og a big room feel. M-22 and HUGEL bring the tech house vibes. Lookas gives us a trap version. Finally, Sebastian Perez takes the laid-back track and adds even more summer to it. 

Overall a solid remix pack. Check it out for yourself here:



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Maceo Plex Remixes Maribou State's New Single "Nervous Tics" feat. Holly Walker [Listen]

First remix of forthcoming album Kingdoms In Colour

Today, Maceo Plex took on Maribou State‘s “Nervous Tics” featuring Holly Walker. The remix – perfected in between road testing on dancefloors in London, Dekmantel Festival and beyond – sees the veteran producer draw on the electro influences that have inspired much of his prolific career. 

“When I got sent the parts I instantly could hear the vocal over a cool breaks track. Soon as I laid it over the breakbeat it pretty much wrote itself.”

With additional remixes in the works from the likes of DJ Tennis, Adesse Versions, and more to be announced, the single comes just ahead of the release of the new Maribou State album Kingdoms In Colour, out September 7th.

“Nervous Tics” has become one of my favorite songs this summer, I can’t wait to hear what comes out next from this project!

Pre-order Kingdoms In Colour: https://MaribouState.lnk.to/kic

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Hardwell & KAAZE Reunite For New Single "This Is Love" Feat. Loren Allred [Listen]

Out now via Revealed Recordings!

Both Hardwell and KAAZE have established themselves at industry titans, that’s why went they link up they churn out songs that rack up 10 million streams. Now, they are back together again with the help of vocalist Loren Allred for their new single “This Is Love“.

They use the classic repetitive key-led melody that loops over and over and sprinkle in Allred’s stellar vocals that oozes rich tones amongst the ever-rising rhythms. “This Is love/ I Felt It From The Start” she boldly echoes on the track’s stand-out bridge before synth stabs and winding big-room bass comes in for the take-off moment.

This song is sure to be a summer anthem in the big room house community. 

Take it for a spin!

For more information check socials:
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Porter Robinson Commemorates the 4th Anniversary of “Worlds”

It’s hard to believe but four years have passed since the release of the one of the most impressive pieces of work by Porter Robinson. Worlds turns four today and with it brought many tracks we know and love from Porter including, ‘Sad Machine’, ‘Lionhearted’, ‘Divinity’ and many more. To commemorate the event, Porter has unveiled brand new merchandise titled “Worlds Live Sketches Collection” inspired by some of the tracks off the album.

Porter designed six t-shirts that feature sketched art inspired by the visuals used by him in live sets and music videos. Also featured on the back of the shirt is the title of a track.

He had this statement to say on this release,

“I wanted to do something commemorating the show visuals, so I dug into our archives and found a lot of the sketches from the very early development of the worlds live visuals (as well as concepts for music videos of songs played in Worlds live). So in honor of the 4th anniversary of the first worlds live show (which is today), here’s our line of worlds live sketches merch! (also, the kaomoji was drawn by me, which is why it looks so weird).

“Talk to you soon. – Porter”

‘Shelter’, ‘Sad Machine’, ‘Fellow Feeling’, ‘Flicker’, ‘Language’ and ‘Easy’ were the six tracks chosen to design a tee after, so make sure to grab your favorite piece of Porter nostalgia before they sell out here.

 

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Underground Vibes of the Week / 009

Cavalier, Two Lanes, quickly quickly and more featured on this week’s installment.

Tierra Whack – Fruit Salad (Cavalier Remix)

Cavalier is back with yet another complex gem, this time infecting Tierra Whack‘s “Fruit Salad” with his unique style. 

Lege Kale – Jubilee (w/ Rob Smyles)

Paying homage to Japanese culture, Lege‘s latest Miyagi EP has him going as hard as ever.  

DILIP – deep thots w/ chromonicci, quickly quickly, otxhello

This one is definitely a dream collab, where the team manages to fit their respective styles into a short but sweet 2 minutes. 

TWO LANES – Away

The talented producer duo display their skills once again with this absolutely explosive tune. 

Baron Fields – Recognize

Baron Fields‘ latest Ep Recognize was recently released, giving fans 3 chill yet impactful beats. Float away with the quirky lead track. 

Promnite – Swim Feat. B. Lewis

The first single off Promnite‘s upcoming EP on Fools Gold features B.Lewis and is a true gem, run by fun grooves and minimal sound design. 

jåmvvis – rather be an outsider ft jezebel

jåmvvis recently released his latest project lonely thoughts, a minimal journey through expertly-produced beats. “rather be an outsider” is definitely a standout-track, featuring vocals from jezebel



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Electric Zoo Organizers Reveal Details Behind Festival: Thrills, Challenges, Artist Selection & More

“We believe there is an immense significance to being the Big Apple’s premiere electronic music festival. Whether a guest is from one of the five boroughs or visiting from elsewhere, there’s something very special about enjoying the final soundtrack of summer with friends, new and old, as the skyline of New York City twinkles in the background.”

For the tenth time, Electric Zoo Festival returns to New York City’s Randall’s Island Park for a celebration of epic proportions. As always, taking place on Labor Day Weekend, the festival underscores a transition from summer to fall. One last hurrah before the autumn leaves blossom and the summer sun makes way for cool winds and overcast skies.

Considering this year is “The Big 10,” festival organizers are pulling out all the stops to mark the monumental milestone. It’s rare for a festival to call a venue home for 10 years straight, but Electric Zoo has returned to Randall’s Island Park every year since the first party back in 2009. The festival has gotten bigger and better each year; improving stage designs, curating increasingly creative and diverse lineups, listening and responding to attendees’ feedback, and overcoming unexpected hurdles like inclement weather.

This year, Electric Zoo boasts a star-studded lineup led by the likes of Marshmello, Martin Garrix, Tiesto, Kaskade, Alesso and Virtual Self. A vast array of other acts bring forth sounds ranging from deep house and techno to trance, trap and future bass. Stages are curated by impressive labels like Above & Beyond’s Anjunabeats, Zeds Dead’s Deadbeats, and massive imprints like Destructo’s All My Friends, Anna Lunoe’s HYPERHOUSE, Made Event’s Sunday School, and LA’s uber-cool Brownies & Lemonade.

Electric Zoo 2018 Lineup

There’s a lot that goes into planning a massive festival like Electric Zoo, from booking artists and creating thematic stages to ensuring a smooth overall experience and dealing with unforeseen problems. 

We spoke with Adam Richman and Kevin Mitchell from Made Event, the company that runs Electric Zoo, on what goes into organizing the festival. They recounted the thrills and challenges they’ve faced over ten years of hosting Electric Zoo, sharing insights from the artist curation criteria, stage host selection process, and more.

EDM.com: What’s the most exciting part of organizing Electric Zoo?

Adam & Kevin: There really is no better feeling than the festival gates opening and seeing the reaction of our 95,000 + fans to all of our crazy ideas and hours of work. We start working on Electric Zoo essentially a full year in advance, so to finally see all of our ideas and planning in action – it’s pretty surreal!!

Let’s flip that now. What is the most challenging aspect of putting together a huge festival like Electric Zoo?

The unknown. Despite thousands of hours of planning, and going through every single aspect of the festival with a microscope – something new and crazy always finds a way to take place. It could be the weather, it could be an artist missing their flight, it could be issues building the stage. You never know what it’s going to be – but what separates the good promoters from the bad is how they respond and deal with that “unknown”. We take great pleasure in being prepared for anything and always making sure we do the best thing for our fans.

What can we expect from “The Big 10” theme? How will the 10th edition of Electric Zoo be different from previous years?

We have taken our playbook from what made each of the 10 years special and are compelling it into 1 – to truly make the best Electric Zoo yet!

On that note, given it’s the 10th anniversary of the festival, are there any secret performances or special surprises you guys are working on? Say as much as you can of course.

Can’t give away any secrets but all I can say is you can’t miss it!

The 10th anniversary means so much to us and the rest of the team – it’s pretty unbelievable to have a festival that has survived 10 years at the same venue. It’s really not that common, its truly special status for a festival! We’re pulling out all the stops for this one! We can’t wait for our fans to come celebrate with us and enjoy our 10th anniversary!

What’s one of the memorable moments you’ve personally had organizing Electric Zoo?

Expanding the festival to Shanghai, China. Taking our brand and exporting it to a foreign country was quite the experience.

We remember being at the festival and looking at the skyline of Shanghai in the background and just going “WOW, we can’t believe we brought a festival to China.” Pretty insane experience!

Can you speak a little bit about how you booked artists this year?

For the 10th Anniversary of Zoo, we wanted to ensure we had a nice balance of some of the hottest newer stars, such as Illenium and Rezz, as well as some of our friends who have been along with us throughout the journey, like Tiesto, Kaskade and Dubfire.

What are the criteria for artist selection?

We are in tireless pursuit of building a well-curated line up that really connects with our fans in a meaningful way. To that end, we’re always in search of artists with solid fanbases and plenty of music releases planned leading up to the festival.

Electric Zoo always presents exciting stage hosts, from Elrow and Awakenings to Deadbeats and Buygore. How do you decide on stage hosts?

We strongly believe these different stage hosts add a dimensional quality to our curation.

Also, for example with Deadbeats, we view the decision as an opportunity to help empower an artist, Zeds Dead, with whom we have cultivated a career-long relationship. To be able to help amplify their sound and profile by means of inviting their friends and label mates to join for a day’s programming of a stage.

Can you expand on what goes into making these decisions?

We look at who is really doing big things at the time we are reviewing options, and also look at which potential partners might be able to help curate a stage with a lot of depth in terms of other artists who might play the stage.

Using Deadbeats as an example again, we knew our collective input in the curation would yield a stage replete with other massive acts at the top (example TroyBoi) along with some newer artists (example Chuurch) who will connect well with fans who may not know of the newer artists until the moment of discovery.

To end, what do you think makes Electric Zoo stand out as an electronic music festival?

We believe there is an immense significance to being the Big Apple’s premiere electronic music festival. Whether a guest is from one of the five boroughs or visiting from elsewhere, there’s something very special about enjoying the final soundtrack of summer with friends, new and old, as the skyline of New York City twinkles in the background.

For information on Electric Zoo: The Big 10, please visit: www.electriczoo.com



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Buku Slayed Shambhala Music Fest [Interview]

I’ve caught every Buku set in Denver for the past two or three years. Every one of them has been better than the last, which is probably why he’s been on nearly every festival bill in North America this season.

While Robert B from Pittsburgh PA has been making beats for over seven years, the last couple years his career has been on a fast track, and he’s not slowing down any time soon. Having collabed with everyone from Stylust to G Jones to Willy Joy and Minnesota, the list of possibilities keeps on growing for Buku. This summer has held some really important firsts for the artist, and I picked his brain about some of the firsts yet to come.

You’ve been on nearly every lineup this summer, have you been enjoying yourself?

I’ve had a really great summer so far! I’ve been hitting some of my bucket list festivals, which were Electric Forest, Camp Bisco and now Shambhala, so it feels pretty epic already.

What have been some of the highlights of your summer so far?

Well I just got here, but I guarantee by the end of my set, this one will be a highlight for sure. I got to close out the second weekend of Electric Forest, which was truly an honor that they trusted me with wrapping up everyone’s experience there.

Are you tired?

Oh, I’m destroyed, haha. I was actually home for a couple weeks before this, so I got a little break. But I honestly can’t believe these festival goers who go from Thursday to Monday and then off to another festival! Hats off to them, I could not do it. Even though I kind-of do, haha.

Who are you most excited to see here at Shambs?

I’ve been here since Wednesday, so got to see my buddy, Charlie, Digital Ethos, play last night and that was dope. I’m really hyped to see Liquid Stranger and Space Jesus. I wish I could catch more Claude tonight, and Whipped Cream, but we’re all playing at the same time.

 Is there any chance of a tour with Minnesota in your future?

I’ve had so many people ask that, especially now that we’ve done the two back to backs at Paradiso and Bassrush Massive this summer. Me and him are homies and have been talking about it. He says he wants to do more and obviously I would be super down.

Who would you like to tour with? Do you have a top three list? 

(Buku hesitantly looks for the ok from his manager, sitting next to us) I mean, should I say, Josha? Because I do want to. Obviously, I’d love to do something with Space Jesus. I’d love to do something with Minnesota. I love playing with Stylust Beats, I did dates with Luczid and had a blast, there’s so many good friends and I’d love to tour with any of them. 

What are your goals right now, personally or professionally?

I don’t really have any crazy long term goals, because who knows what’s going to happen. But I do have a few shorter term goals, including doing a support slot on a big bus tour. That’s one of the steps I’d like to take. I did a short stint with Paper Diamond and Gladiator a few years back but that’s been my only bus tour so far.

How do you know your manager here? 

(Passes the mic to Frank, his manager sitting next to us) I used to be his agent, back when I was doing booking. Buku’s manager at the time also lived in Portland and we were good friends and in a Grateful Dead bowling league together. There were a bunch of growers on the league and everybody between each game would go out to the parking lot and roll like 20 joints, haha. It was the slowest league ever but yeah we talked about it there and I joined the team. Since then I’ve transitioned and here we are, that was about five years ago now.

How big is your team?

It’s me, Frank here, our tour manager, Brandon. As far as the core people, it’s the three of us. My booking agent is also out there working hard for me, and a publicist from time to time. We get together for festivals and whatnot but otherwise all of our business is done on the phone and emails. 

How is your house hunt going?

So, I got kicked in the mouth by Uncle Sam this tax season and it cleared me out, haha, so the house hunting has been paused for the time being. I mean it’s a good problem to have because I had a great year, but it was like “Oh, by the way, empty your bank account right now.”

I’ve just started to look at my house hunting apps again recently, but for a while I was like over it.

Do you do your taxes yourself? 

I was, and then this past tax season was the first time I hired an actual accountant and it’s made life significantly easier. When it comes down to it, the fee I’m paying him isn’t that much compared to how much money and hassle he’s saving me, it’s so much better. He finds it really interesting what I do. It’s basically like the exact opposite of all his other clients who are like older and retired.

Are you able to work and create while your touring or on the road like this?

No. I need to be home for a little stretch of time. I could force some creative content while I’m on the road, and I’ve tried it, but it just doesn’t work. I really need to be in my space to make anything quality. Because I’ll stand up and walk around the room and have these little spots where I’ll sit to test out how the music sounds. Like I have this one corner I sit in where I can feel the bass off the walls. And I have a couch in the back of the room where I’ll prob myself up in this weird way to feel the bass, so I need my studio. The creativity comes once I get home and have a couple nights of sleep and rest up.

How have you liked working with your modular synthesizer? 

It’s extremely humbling and so much fun. It’s just so complex and advanced. It’s rewarding whenever you come up with something cool with it, but until then it’s like “This sounds like hot garbage.” It’s all man made, so to come up with any manipulation in the sound you’re doing it manually. I’ve explained it like taking a digital synthesizer and taking the faceplate off of it, all the inner workings and connections, that’s basically what the modular synthesizer is, only bigger.

Has working with it made you a better artist?

Oh, absolutely. It’s made me learn and understand sound design tenfold better than I ever did before. Since every sound manipulation is man made, It forces you to learn each individual function and what it does to change the sound. It’s made me way better, in my opinion. Nothing easy is ever fun anyways, haha.

What are your greatest creative challenges at the moment? 

Honestly, I’m on a really great stretch as far as creating music right now. It’s been really satisfying. I’ve wrapped up a few tunes lately that I’m really happy with. I’m dropping one of them tonight, a remix of Alexander Lewis that my manager thinks is my best remix ever, so I’m stoked.

How do you feel like you’re growing as a person right now?

This is such a hyper social environment, doing this music stuff. I’ve learned that we’re all really having and going after the same experience. Doing all these shows, parties and festivals, I’ve come to realize that everybody here has the same ultimate goal, to have a great experience, and I’ve really come to value that common ground recently.

Do you prefer the studio or the stage? 

Obviously, it’s a bit of both. There’s nothing more satisfying than testing something out and having it crack the fuck off. And you can tell in the studio when something’s going to work. I’ll be texting Frank, my manager, and he knows how to give me feedback in the right ways. My other friend isn’t good at feathering in the criticism he just shoots it down so now I tell him “I’m just sending this to you, don’t tell me how you feel about it, haha.”

Do you keep bits and pieces of things or see one song through?

It’s one thing at a time for me, I don’t jump from thing to thing too easily. I feel like I start to copy ideas if I have multiple things going on and mimicking ideas from the other tunes. I basically have one creative stream and need to try to focus on that and make it as good as it can be.

What or who is your biggest creative inspiration right now? 

In Your Head by G Jones, I’m obsessed with that song right now. He’s another homie I’d love to do more with.

What’s been one of the “Fuck Yeah” Moments of your career in the past year? 

Closing out Forest. It was like a confirmation that all the time I’ve put into this thing and this work has paid off. It was a really validating experience.

What are you most stoked about being at Shambhala now? 

Jeff from Stylust Beats is a close friend of mine and he’s been dropping my name for years trying to get me on the set list. And I have a bunch of Shambs veteran friends who are in love with this place so being able to finally be here, and play here too, is a dream come true. I can’t get enough of that river, too, it makes the whole world cooler for like an hour!

Big thanks to Buku for coming out to chat with me, for throwing TF down at the Village stage Friday night, and for always making music I can bang my head to. Keep an eye out for him at Lost Lands and Dancefestopia later this summer. Follow him on Soundcloud, Spotify or iTunes to catch that new ish when it drops and look out for a his name on the bass tours coming through your town in the next year. If it’s on his bucket list, something tells me it’ll be in the real soon enough. 

Me and Buku dat Dude

 



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Kill the Noise remixes Snails and NGHTMRE collaboration, "Only Want U"

Kill the Noise shares his take on the Snails and NGHTMRE collab.

The celebrate his forthcoming album “The Shell: Remixes“, Snails has been independently releasing each remix via his own label (Slugz Music).  Up to this point, we’ve had Funtcase release his take on “Forever” and Megalodon’s take on “Russian Roulette“. The next artist to share his talents for the Remix album is none other than Kill The Noise. The veteran producer took his turn by remixing Snail’s and NGHTMRE’s collaboration, “Only Want U“(feat. Akylla).   

Kill the Noise definitely sets a high bar with this remix. Let’s make one thing clear. The original track is a fantastic collaboration full of energy and great dynamic range. What Kill the Noise does to this track is give it a razor sharp edge and blunt attack that is un mistakable. 

Within seconds of hearing the remix, you know which producer crafted the track.  His remix of “Only Want U” is a haunting mix of in your face drops, chaotic melodies and blast beats. There’s no holding back in this track with the build ups covered in anxious melodies and pounding kicks.  I can easily seeing this track being on a lot of Halloween playlists this year because of its energy and haunting composition.  

The track is out now on Snails’ label, Slugz Music. If you haven’t heard Kill the Noise’s take of “Only Want U”, a link can be found below.

What do you guys think? Did Kill the Noise raise excite you with this release? 



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Zedd Surprises Fan At Her Home & She’s Certainly ‘Happy Now’

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It is no secret that Zedd is undeniably taking over the world of electronic dance music with his impressive list of triumphs and upcoming projects. These accomplishments have been ever-present during the past couple of months, and there is nothing stopping the talented musician from conquering the competitive music industry in the long run – especially with the help of his promotional team.

His most recent tour in New Zealand and Australia alongside the legendary Katy Perry has sparked collaboration rumors, and it seems as though the Russian-German producer has been busy balancing this venture along with his other impressive projects.

In celebration of his new track ‘Happy Now‘ featuring Elley Duhé, the multi-instrumentalist decided to surprise one of his day-one fans in Glendale, California.

There are no doubts that she was ‘Happy Now’ when the Grammy Awards winner showed up at her door with massive balloons that read “happy now”.

The dynamic musician truly has a wonderful team as they were able to promote his new single and bring pure bliss to one of his follower’s lives for years to come.

Check Out The Magical Moment Below:

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Spotify’s $4.99 Student Monthly Bundle With Hulu, Now Also Includes Showtime

Back in September of 2017, Spotify and Hulu announced a bundle that would bring students both services at a discounted rate of $4.99 a month where Spotify alone is usually $9.99 and Hulu with limited commercials is $7.99. Now they are looking to bring on one more service to students, giving them more bang for their buck.

That’s right, Spotify and Hulu are now also partnering up with Showtime to bring students three popular services for one low price. The new student bundle would include Spotify Premium, Hulu with limited commercials and now Showtime all for a low price of $4.99. That’s not all when students first sign up for the bundle their first three months are actually just $0.99 before then switching over to $4.99. Talk about a ridiculous deal!

Showtime on it’s own currently would run you $10.99 when purchased for the network directly.

With the addition of Showtime, students will be able to watch series like “Shameless,” “Who Is America?,” “The Chi,” “Billions,” “Ray Donovan,” “Smilf,” “The Affair,” Homeland,” “Twin Peaks,” the upcoming Jim Carrey comedy “Kidding,” and upcoming “Escape at Dannemora,” among others, plus movies, documentaries, sports and comedy specials.

Students will need to be attending a Title IV accredited institution in the U.S. to qualify for the discounted pricing. The promotion runs until October 9th and is open only to higher education students who haven’t already tried Premium.

If that sounds like you, then head on over to this link to take advantage of the special bundle.

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