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Bassnectar-Headlined End Of The Rainbow Festival Postponed Indefinitely

The festival was postponed due to “unforeseen complications.”

End of the Rainbow Festival was to be held May 24th-26th at the Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Washington. According to a statement issued to ticketholders on March 23rd, however, the festival will be “postponed indefinitely with an undetermined date.” 

The email ticketholders received read as follows: 

“End of the Rainbow event, planned for Friday, May 24th through Sunday, May 26th at the Gorge Amphitheatre, has been postponed indefinitely with an undetermined date. Your original tickets will not be honored for the new date if rescheduled. 

End of the Rainbow was built on a desire to create a special event for all attendees at The Gorge. Due to unforeseen complications and key artist cancellations, we have been forced to reschedule. We will promptly refund all tickets & shuttle accommodations while we work to schedule a new date. We understand how disappointing and inconvenient this is, but this is not the end of End of the Rainbow. Stay tuned. 

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and have automatically refunded your order, including fees, (except UPS if applicable), which will appear on your credit card within 7 – 10 business days.”

In addition to the email, End of the Rainbow’s official website is down and all social media accounts have been deleted. 

Boasting a hip-hop-focused lineup, yet headlined by Bassnectar and featuring performances by the likes of GrizEprom, Flosstradamus and STS9, End Of The Rainbow was an attractive event for a variety of music fans. Other acts scheduled to perform were Trippie Redd, Lil Uzi Vert, Tom Morello and Young Thug

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Watch this Video of Skrillex's From First To Last Performance at Buku Late

Skrillex reunited with his post-hardcore band at the after party for Buku Music + Art Project.

Before Sonny Moore was Skrillex, he was the frontman of a post-hardcore band called From First To Last (FFTL). If you weren’t there to see their reunion performance at Emo Nite LA‘s Buku Late event, you can relive it by watching a video captured by a vigilant attendee.

Ten minutes in duration, the clip uploaded to YouTube channel Skrill Music shows Moore delivering vocals while the band performed two of their songs. For anyone who’s only seen him behind CDJs and a mixer, the video may give context to his eclectic output as an electronic musician.

FFTL formed in 1999, and released their first EP, Aesthetic, in 2003. Moore parted ways with the band in 2007 to pursue his Skrillex project, but Emo Nite LA organized an event responsible for their 2017 reunion – the first time they had performed together in over a decade.

Tonight, Skrillex will perform alongside Boys Noize as one half of Dog Blood at night two of Buku Music + Art Project.

H/T: River Beats

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***READ MORE HERE: Watch this Video of Skrillex’s From First To Last Performance at Buku Late
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David Guetta Sued By Daniel Baron Over Plagiarism Claim

The South African producer just filed a lawsuit against the French superstar.

South African producer Daniel Baron has filed a lawsuit against David Guetta, claiming the superstar plagiarized a melody of “Light Headed,” his 2018 collaboration with Sia

Daniel Baron’s “Children of The Sun” was released in 2016 and stands out as the producer’s most successful release to date. He felt a “mixture of shock, disbelief, and honor” when he heard “Light Headed” for the first time, as he disclosed on South African radio show Breakfast with Martin Bester

Baron also talked about the possibility of Guetta hearing the song when he traveled to Johannesburg in 2017 for Ultra South Africa, as it was enjoying extensive radio play at the time. 

“We went about it quietly, we didn’t want to put it in the public eye at first,” said Baron about the way he and his team tried handling the situation in December 2018. “My team sent him a formal, legal letter just kind of alerting him, and also alerting him that I would like to be credited on the song as well… we sent it to everyone we could think of that could get to him.. and we got nothing back.”

David Guetta and his team have yet to issue an official statement concerning Baron’s claim at the time of writing. 

H/T: Your EDM

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Matroda Showcases His Highly Versatile Production on Side A of The RED Tape

Experience #MatrodaSound with Matroda’s The RED Tape, out now via Dim Mak Records.

Matroda’s cutting-edge, bass-heavy sound has reached critical mass in 2019, particularly with the release of his innovative The RED Tape via Dim Mak Records. It will be available across all DSPs and also as a physical red cassette tape this summer – something we’re already feeling nostalgic for.

On Side A of The RED Tape, Croatian producer Matroda (real name Matija Rodic) showcases his #MatrodaSound across four hard-hitting, party-ready, bass-infused productions.

Starting things off with “Do You Remember House?” Matroda pays his respect to the roots of house music by way of his own unique twist and world-class production. Up next is the rousing track “True G,” a song overflowing with gritty low-end frequencies, eclectic percussion and captivating vocals from BRUX. Side A then closes out with back-to-back bass house songs “That Beat” and They Call Me,” both of which are dripping with the dark, sinister vibes that have been gaining steady traction in the dance music community.

If you enjoyed The RED Tape, be sure to catch Matroda on the North American leg of his The RED Tape Tour, coming soon to a city near you.

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Game of Thrones' Hodor Releases Progressive House Track "Life Is Too Short"

Kristian Nairn and Alex Graham are here for you progressive fans.

Remember Hodor from Game of Thrones? Well, for over 20 years he’s been known in Ireland as one of the top house DJs. Kristian Nairn, the actor who plays him, is looking to expand his reach with his latest track “Life Is Too Short” with the help of Alex Graham and REALPROG. The track is a reboot of the classic Hole In One single of the same name from the ’80s. Nairn and Graham bring it up to 2019 with a progressive house makeover. 

Fans of the genre will enjoy the addicting synth work that is sure to get you in a hypnotic state. The pair pay homage to the famous lead by keeping it at the forefront of the track. It has all the atmospheric and tension-building elements needed for a solid progressive house hit. Through in those drums and club goers are set to vibe the night away. Life’s too short not to dance. 

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Nairn has been touring the globe over the past several years delivering his famous Rave of Thrones parties. The show is set to take place in New York right in time for the series finale of Game of Thrones this April. What better way to pregame everyone’s favorite show then with Hodor himself! 

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Notaker Collaborates with Eric Lumiere on New Single, "Each Other"

“Each Other” came out on Monstercat.

“Each Other” is the latest single from electronic producer Notaker (real name David Nothaker). Out March 18th, it features vocals from Eric Lumiere and is available through Monstercat

It is Notaker’s second single of the year, although the artist has yet to release a full-length album despite being on the scene for over five years. The track follows “Into The Light,” released in January featuring Karra

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“Each Other” is bright, with Lumiere’s echoing lyrics adding drama. It uses brassy synths to give its drop some extra weight, but has gentle, space-y builds. 

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Illenium is Back with a New Single, "Pray" ft. Kameron Alexander

Illenium takes us all to church.

Denver-based producer/DJ Illenium (real name Nick Miller) is known to deliver soulful, melodic electronica and this latest release lives up to his reputation. “Pray,” featuring vocals by Kameron Alexander, is an emotional ballad that tugs at the heartstrings with gorgeous harmonies and powerful drops. 

Earlier this month, Miller teased fans with the track which he debuted during his set at Believe Music Hall in Atlanta. Illenium heads need not pray any longer, it’s finally arrived. 

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Miller enters the track with some lush guitar plucks as Alexander’s vocals sooth their way in. It has a twangy, stripped down element to it. As the track develops we get into a dynamic future bass drop that is a beautiful contrast to the somber top line. 

There is a small section in the track that does seem to stand out as an interesting choice. The quick dubstep break Miller makes midway through feels like it could have been left out – though it does add some dimension to the structure. In the emotional production field, at least, he has positioned himself as a force to be reckoned with.  

Miller has really been at the top of his game this year. Not only did he sell out his three Red Rocks Amphitheatre shows, but he is set to perform at the iconic Madison Square Garden. He’s been on a rapid race to the top since hits debut back in 2013. His recent releases include the instant classic “Crashing” featuring Bahari and an epic remix of Ekali and 1788-L‘s track “R U I N.”

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Tiësto and John Christian Reunite On Latest Club Track "Can You Feel It"

Tiësto and John Christian are the kings of the club.

It was only a few months ago that Tiësto (real name Tijs Michiel Verwest) brought on John Christian back to the famed imprint, Musical Freedom with his track “Let’s Get This Started.” The two are now back in collaboration with a high-energy club track “Can You Feel It.” Christian is no newcomer to the imprint, with releases dating back to 2013. This latest release proves these two Dutch icons are a match made in club heaven. 

“John and I have been friends for a while and when we’re in the studio together magic happens!” said Verwest. “This will be a go-to uplifting track that will be a mainstay in my festival sets throughout 2019.” 

“Can You Feel It” has all the elements of a big room track. It has a massive build up and drops into the classic four-on-the-floor beat pattern. While being overall pretty minimalistic in structure, it has everything you need to get a club moving. The song drops out for a bit to deliver a muted hook.  The track builds back up with loads of drums and risers that punch hard. Energy is high with this one. 

Verwest is a Grammy Award-winning and platinum-certified legend in the electronic music industry. He’s been a mainstay on the scene for years and has no plans to slow it down. His latest release with Dzeko, “Halfway There,” already gained 1.4 million plays since it’s release last week. There is no stopping the king. 

Christian is a fellow Dutch producer who has made an impressive name for himself in the music scene. He is the owner of White Villa Studios and has worked with heavy hitters such as Hardwell, Post Malone, and even Madonna

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***READ MORE HERE: Tiësto and John Christian Reunite On Latest Club Track “Can You Feel It”
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Ferry Corsten Delivers New Single, "Freefall" ft. NEVVE

Corsten delivers progressive nostalgia with his latest release

Dutch trance icon Ferry Corsten is back with a new progressive track, “Freefall” featuring vocals by the talented Los Angeles singer/songwriter NEVVE (real name Keeley Bumbfeld). Lately, the Rotterdam native has been linking up with powerhouse producers under his UNITY project, including Paul Oakenfold, Jordan Suckley, DIM3NSION and Ilan Bluestone. With this release, Corsten takes back the reins drawing from multiple genres and delivering us one beautiful track. 

“Freefall” has all the elements of a traditional trance song but with overlays of a progressive drum line and some classic electro sprinkled throughout.  Bumbfeld’s vocals are a beautiful pairing with the smooth synth pattern. The guitar plucks and licks polish everything out making this an overall win for the legendary producer. It feels as if we took a trip back to 2008 with this one. 

Corsten has been a major player on the scene since the early ’90s. With classic hits such as “Punk” and his many aliases including Moonman, Gouryella, Veracocha, System F and New World Punx, he has established himself as a trance legend. His 2018 brainchild, UNITY, was a series of collaborations with producers in the trance community. It’s been well received from the trance fans worldwide. To top off his already impressive career, he recently added film composer to his résumé with the film Don’t Go

Bumbfeld has been a feature on a wide range of electronic producer’s tracks. Her vocals can be heard on singles from Dim Mak, Monstercat, RCA and Spinnin’ Records. Most recently, you can hear her on the epic track “Island” by Seven Lions

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SXM Festival: The Epitome Of What A Festival Can Be

SXM Festival: The Epitome Of What A Festival Can Be

TL;DR:

To put it simply, SXM was the best festival that I’ve been to (needless to say I’ve been to almost all of the ‘big name festivals’ worldwide). It’s easy to tell why Saint Martin’s nickname is “The Friendly Island” as locals greet tourists with big smiles and helping hands. The art, music, and setting for this festival are truly astounding, as they meld together to create an experience that is near impossible to find anywhere else. The bottom line is: get your flights, book your villa, and start preparing for next year, because this festival is just about as good as it gets.

Saint Martin – The Friendly Island

Day 1:

Skimming just feet above the heads of the sunburned tourists below, we jolted to a stop at the Princess Juliana International Airport in Saint Martin. After an awkward cheer from ‘those people’ on the plane, we departed onto the tarmac to check through customs. A fast-moving line and friendly customs agents welcomed us with smiles as we cruised through the security checks with ease.

A little background: Hurricane Irma, the strongest storm in the Caribbean’s recorded history, decimated Saint Martin and the surrounding archipelago in 2017. Due to the storm, the 2018 edition of SXM was cancelled and the SXM team focused on the rebuilding process of the island. With an estimated 95% of the buildings on the island getting damaged, and 60% being entirely uninhabitable, it’s remarkable that the island was able to recover in such a quick and effective way. Many of the locals we talked to praised the SXM team for their involvement with the recovery – a breath of fresh air to the typically contemptuous relationship that locals often share with large-scale festivals such as this.

Saint Martin Is A Tropical Paradise

We rented a car and headed over to our beautiful villa for the night. During our drive, the destruction from Irma was apparent, but not overwhelming. There were destroyed boats resting upon reefs, houses with roofs ripped off, and piles of rubble that we passed on our drive. Strangely, this destruction seemed to only add to the wonderful experience, instead of detracting from it. Most importantly, it didn’t affect any of the infrastructure that was needed to travel around the island. The juxtaposition of the utter chaos with the kind, loving, and determined locals filled my heart with a sense of genuine pride for the people I met.

SXM Villas Are Affordable and Gorgeous

One of the many great things about SXM is that the accommodations available are not only cheap, but also mind-blowingly gorgeous. Every villa that I visited on the trip looked like a billionaire’s dream house: multiple pools, marble counters and walls, and Doric columns poking out behind palm trees. For half the price of a four-star hotel in the US, I couldn’t help but think about what a steal these villas were. We made a hefty dinner preparing for the week ahead and watched the sun disappear behind the blue horizon. This was the first time that I realized the sunsets and sunrises on this island are some of the best in the world– truly indescribably stunning. 

“Look at where we are, the beaches are beautiful, the people are happy, and the weather is perfect – everything is full of smiles on the friendly island.” – Mac, Junglebee Snorkel Tours

Day 2:

The first official day of the festival we decided to take off from music and explore all that the tropical paradise had to offer. One of the reasons that I think SXM is such a must-go festival is because of the striking location, which looks like it was ripped right out of a postcard. Perfect weather and wonderfully welcoming locals ensured that everywhere we traveled was a pleasant experience.

Snorkeling at Creole Rock

We took a snorkeling/sightseeing trip around the island, stopping at Creole Rock, Ilet de Pinel, and Maho Beach to name a few. The views were incomprehensibly beautiful. Schools of colorful tropical fish darted beneath our boat as we sipped piña coladas on the deck above. Truly, this was the first place I’ve been where the advertisements look less beautiful than reality. 

Looking across the vibrant blue water, I asked our guide, Mac, why people should visit. He contemplated his answer for a minute then laughed to himself, “Look at where we are, the beaches are beautiful, the people are happy, and the weather is perfect – everything is full of smiles on the friendly island.”

Ended Up At Lotus

Day 3:

On the third day we rose late with vicious sunburns. We took the day to stay away from the scolding UV rays. After a family dinner at the villa, we drove over to Lotus to see some of my most anticipated acts of the week perform. Getting there just in time for Sepp B2B Gescu, the first thing that struck me about this venue was how surprisingly proper everything was. The sound was crisp, the vibe was intimate, and the drinks were cheap. The two Romanian stars took the crowd on a wild journey through their signature sound – weaving complex textures over the top of deep grooves. Following an hour longer performance than programmed, the two relieved the decks to Lamache and Dana Ruh who quickly turned up the heat. Lamache is one of my personal favorite DJs and if you ever get the chance to see him, jump on the opportunity. Playing back to back with Dana restrained his set than I’ve seen before, but nonetheless these two tore the club apart. By the time the lights were flipped on, the entire dance floor was screaming for “one more song!”

SXM FUSE Jungle Party at Loterie Farm

Day 4:

After hearing so many great things about the jungle party from the 2017 edition of SXM, we hopped into our rental van and took a direct line to the FUSE jungle party. Situated within what is surely one of the most unique and dramatically gorgeous venues I’ve ever been to, this party was “hands up, heads down” from the moment we walked through the entryway. A dance floor with a massive wade pool greeted us at the Loterie Farm center. Private cabanas receding into the hillside, and a DJ booth built within a tree house stood firmly above the pool, cultivating an extremely unique vibe. Seb Zito, Archie Hamilton, and Enzo Siragusa tore the dance floor up – first individually, and then as a B2B2B trio. I’ve seen the FUSE guys countless times, but this party was absolutely perfect for their tech house-laden sound. Everywhere I looked, there were gorgeous people with massive smiles on their faces dancing hard. The fellow partygoers were as welcoming as the Saint Martin locals, and the staff at the events were extremely kind. If you’re heading to SXM for 2020, the jungle party is an absolute must.

SXM VIP Villa Party Sunset

Day 5:

On the fifth day I decided to check out the VIP villa party for a few hours before meeting back up with my friends. This is one of the few festivals that buying a VIP tickets truly makes sense. Whereas most festivals provide a VIP bathroom or lounges outside of the speaker’s dispersion area, SXM made sure that the VIP goers got their money’s worth. Situated on one of the most beautiful pieces of real estate I’ve ever seen, the VIP villa party provided some pleasant melodic techno overlooking one of those world-famous Caribbean sunsets. Filled with breathtaking moments, this villa party provided a perfect rest for the next few days of savagery.

The Art Walk at SXM

After soaking up the sun for a few hours, I joined back up with my crew and drove over to Happy Bay. Being that it was my first time at the venue, I was absolutely in awe when I walked through the gate. The artwork was simply some of the best immersive art that I’ve seen. Built with material taken from the debris and rubble left behind by Irma, the main stage was adorned with palm-tree phoenixes (a symbolic gesture providing commentary on the festival’s rise from ashes), and insanely detailed projection mapping onto a monolith akin to the monolithic Moai of Easter Island. Venturing onto the beach, a neon walkway appeared that offered a creative pathway to the side-stage built from spiraling driftwood. 

Not only was the art spectacular, but the food available from the vendors were phenomenal as well. Being a vegan, it’s usually very difficult for me to find food at festivals. The SXM team did a spectacular job sourcing a slew of vendors who provided nutritious and reasonably-priced options. The squash burgers were spectacular, and the smoothies available were nourishing and delicious. Hats off to the whole team for putting their superb food court together. 

SXM Moai Art

After taking the time to explore all of the art, I checked out Digby, who did a spectacular job with a growing crowd. Diving into breaks, minimal, electro, and house influences, it was easy to see why Digby has become one of the rising stars in the underground scene. Following Digby, DJ W!LD took over the decks pushing a more techy sound. Loaded with hip-hop and ’90s R&B samples, the veteran DJ did a superb job keeping the crowd interested but never making the vibe too cheesy. Up next was Sammy Dee, who offered one of my favorite sets of the weekend, offering a genre-bending set that is impossible to describe. The Perlon staple weaved intricate tracks together seamlessly and really set the tone for the rest of the evening. The Perlon vibes continued as Japanese minimalist Fumiya Tanaka, took the stage. There were glimmers of greatness, but some of the tracks were a little too experimental for my personal liking. That said, Tanaka had me dancing the whole time and did a wonderful job infusing jazzy elements to the minimal sound of the night.

SXM Happy Bay Arc Stage w/ DJ W!LD

Sonja Moonear saw a return to form, as she sucked the dance floor back in and got people into party mode. Her infectious smile and dance floor-oriented selection saw the crowd getting loose and wild with her at the helm. Highlighted by VID’s gorgeous edit of Everything But The Girl‘s “Wrong,” the mesmerizing set was programmed perfectly before Zip took over. The Perlon head honcho wasted absolutely no time getting to work as he picked track after track of ripping grooves that had that dance floor in frenzy through the sunrise. With Ricardo Villalobos popping in and out of the picture like a performance artist, the two icons looked almost cartoonish with the palm leaf-strewn terrarium inside the main stage. After a tough debut at SXM two years prior, Villalobos showed once again why he is considered one of the best in the world. Bouncing around without a care in the world, he dug through his record collection picking out gem after gem of deep, minimal grooves. I still have no idea how that man mixed so flawlessly with how much socializing he did behind the decks, but I suppose that is the mystery and awe that comes with any Villalobos performance.

SXM Ocean Stage

Day 6:

Returning to Happy Bay after sundown, we found ourselves getting to the beach just in time for Apollonia and SIT. Popping between the venues, we first saw Apollonia in prime form as they bounced their way through 3 ½ hours of house rippers. Over at the Ocean Stage, built nearly entirely out of twisted driftwood, SIT, Digby, and Dewalta offered a master class on minimal grooves as they went B2B2B for over 5 hours. With an intimate crowd, there wasn’t much more a minimal lover such as myself could ask for. Mind-bending textures and deep, vicious grooves extended across the beach as partygoers danced just 50 feet from the Caribbean Ocean. DJ W!LD closed things out on the Ocean Stage with a similar set to his one the day before while Dubfire played a (personally surprising) impressive set of dark techno slammers. We headed home and unfortunately passed out before getting back to Lotus for Traumer, who supposedly kept the club open six hours longer than originally planned.

Digby at the Happy Bay Ocean Stage

Parting Notes:

Most festivals have a slew of things that they could improve upon, but SXM carries itself like a veteran festival that has all of the kinks figured out. Though we didn’t get to check out all the venues and all the parties, every one that I went to was truly special in its own way. I genuinely can’t emphasize enough how much this is a must-go festival. If you’re smart, you’d be booking flights and planning for the the 2020 edition.

SXM Firework Finale

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Colonel Sanders Booked For 5 Minutes Mainstage Performance at Ultra – Wait, What?

On Friday, March 29, 2019, to Sunday, March 31, 2019, lucky partygoers will flock to Miami’s Ultra Music Festival to experience one of the world’s most well-known electronic dance music events.

This year, attendees will have the opportunity to witness some of the best EDM acts in the industry such as Adam Beyer, Armin van Buuren, Carl Cox, The Chainsmokers, David Ghetta, Eric Prydz, Jaimie Jones, Marshmello, Marceo Plex, Martin Garrix, Rezz, Richie Hawtin, Tiesto, Zedd, Zeds Dead, and many more!

There is no question that the lineup is stacked! However, after fans eagerly jumped on the official Ultra app in order to map out their favorite artists set times to create their own personal schedules, there was one very strange inquiry that was raised…

Among the long list of headlining acts billed to perform on Ultra’s Mainstage, the beloved Colonel Sanders is scheduled to play a quick five minute slot from 3:55 PM-4:00 PM on Friday – wait, what?!

According to the app, it appears that the American businessman is resurrecting from the dead to perform at this year’s edition. The confusion goes beyond the length of Kentucky to Miami – trust us.

A mere five minute slot doesn’t leave much time for a surprise, and we’re positive the KFC chain founder will not be makin an appearance, so, what could this mean?! Your guess is as good as ours. We’d love to hear your thoughts, unless you’re chicken, of course…

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deadmau5' TESTPILOT Alias to Make BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix Debut

deadmau5 is set to release his first BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix as TESTPILOT tonight.

Despite his colorful mau5heads and giant LED cube stages, deadmau5 (real name Joel Zimmerman) frequently shifts to the dark side with his techno alter ego, TESTPILOT. Premiering tonight on BBC Radio 1 is the Canadian legend’s first essential mix under the moniker.

Zimmerman’s recent advancements in the TESTPILOT project has kept fans wondering what his next big move will be. He recently revitalized the dedicated social media accounts for the side project, stirring up speculation from fans worldwide. He also recently released his entire Electric Forest 2018 Mix following Dubset and Warner Music Group‘s deal.

Fans of deadmau5′ dip into the abyss will have plenty of opportunities to hear it in person this year. In addition to the debut of his cube 3.0 at this year’s Ultra Music Festival, he’ll be working double time with a second performance at the festival as TESTPILOT. Other upcoming appearances include Beyond Wonderland and Creamfields.

TESTPILOT’s BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix premieres tonight. You can tune in here.

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