Out now via Monstercat Instinct Vol.2
Swedish producer Anevo and Colorado native Laura Brehm teamed up on new single “Universe” out now via Monstercat Instinct Vol.2.
The song is a beautiful, euphoric mix. Brehm’s vocals pair nicely with Anevo’s catchy chords. It’s quite relaxing!
Fredrik Sunderberg, better known as Anevo, has been a featured artist on Monstercat since 2015. Laura Brehm has become a sought-after vocalist for many electronic producers. She even formed her own label, Electric Bird Records, back in 2016 to support indie artists in the electronic-folk genre.
Both are artists to keep an eye out for.
***READ MORE HERE: Anevo & Laura Brehm New Release “Universe”
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For its landmark edition, BEMF will host events at some of the borough’s top venues including award-winning nightclub OUTPUT, Avant Gardner, Good Room, House of Yes, and a few non-traditional Brooklyn spaces between October 3-6.
What started on a Brooklyn dance floor in 2009, is now all set to host its 10th edition! Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival (BEMF) is back and ready to kick off a big one, the 10ath edition of the festival this October! Committed to showcasing some of the best genre-bending DJs and live electronic acts with an emphasis placed on celebrating the artists who are perseverant enough to call Brooklyn home, BEMF has spent a decade now painstakingly curating and showcasing both local New York talent and world-renowned dance music acts.
Making its triumphant return October 3-6 2018 for its milestone 10th edition, the festival will run for four nights across some of Brooklyn’s finest venues bringing some of the finest music in tow. The festival has announced its full lineup as well as welcoming Nina Kraviz, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Mount Kimbie, DJ Hell, Breakbot and more top electronic artists from the borough and around the world.
Spanning across nine venues in the hippest Brooklyn neighborhoods of Bushwick, Gowanus, Greenpoint and Williamsburg, venues will include award-winning nightclub OUTPUT, the two indoor industrial event areas the Great Hall and the Kings Hall at Avant Gardner, versatile performance space House of Yes, H0L0, and a few non-traditional Brooklyn spaces. Once again, the festival will offer a range of programming and talks during the day to complement the nighttime offerings.
Speaking about the evolution of the festival from its humble beginnings in 2009 and how it’s grown to date, founder of BEMF, Jen Lyon said,
“From DIY beginnings to now occurring at major venues, this independent festival continues to expand the conversation of music and our cultural experiences in Brooklyn. We hope to always continue to push the envelope and support the artists of Brooklyn.”
Spanning over four days and nights, and nine venues around Brooklyn! The details regarding the BEMF programming break down can be found on the festivals official site, www.brooklynemf.com
The festival recognises and acknowledges the increasingly difficult costs associated with living in Brooklyn, both for artists and music lovers alike, and living up to the festival’s inherent responsibility in sustaining the thriving nightlife community in New York, BEMF is again offering a limited number of passes which guarantee access to everything the festival has to offer for a deeply reduced price. While most of these tickets might now already be sold out, limited tickets are still on sale and can be found on Ticketfly.
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By Real EDM — 9 months ago
“No matter how you look at it, Berlin has techno and techno has Berlin.”
This is one of many striking lines in the documentary ‘Sound of Berlin’ that came out earlier this year. The hour-long feature is a love letter to electronic music and the German city.
It begins before the fall of the Berlin Wall, diving deep into how techno music really got its start—as a way to feel connected to each other as well as how to feel free during such an intense time in history. “You were in a room and you danced. Everyone was equal in front of the music,” explains Alexander Krüger.
It uses minimal narration, relying on interviews as well as historical and modern photographs and video to drive the narrative. Because it uses this firsthand account of storytelling, the interview pool is quite vast. It too spans the course of history, not only gathering insight from the people who started it all, but also the people who are in the scene now. Those featured include Juan Atkins, Dr. Motte, Dimitri Hegemann (founder of Berlin mainstay Tresor), Marc Houle, Monolink, Pan-Pot, Mathias Kaden, Nela, Alexander Krüger, Ekaterina and FreedomB.
The soundtrack for the documentary was made by Marc Houle and does a fantastic job in keeping the pace and setting the mood. This, coupled with the cinematography and the focus of different flashing light sources around Berlin, mimics the atmosphere of being at a techno show.
Though the documentary aired back in May 2018, it was an Apple Music exclusive. Good news, though: it is now free to stream on YouTube, and is definitely worth a watch.
Check it out below.
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By Real EDM — 3 months ago
DJ Snake said he arrived late due to “an extreme traffic accident.”
Only halfway through DJ Snake‘s tour of India controversy reared its ugly head. Unforeseen circumstances led the Parisian producer to perform only a fraction of the time for which he was scheduled at Sunburn Arena in Bengaluru – in addition to multiple issues that made for an unsavory experience for those in attendance.
Overwhelming response to the event reportedly led to water shortages which caused attendees to faint, and limited security staff enabled non-ticket holders to enter the event for free. A precariously placed parking area even reportedly caused traffic congestion – which DJ Snake (real name William Sami Étienne Grigahcine) blamed for his own late arrival. Both Grigahcine and Sunburn’s organizers issued statements the following day.
Of the many oversights, Sunburn at least may not be held directly accountable for the roadway stoppages. The organizers of EDC Las Vegas face similar challenges every year, as do numerous large-scale events held in areas lacking the infrastructure to adequately prepare for them.
Grigahcine has placed more focus the Indian subset of his fan base as of late. Earlier in the month, he announced a partnership with 9122 Records which would increase his foothold in the region. The Mumbai event which inaugurated his tour faced similar (yet less severe) challenges, with attendees reporting overcrowding.
DJ Snake concluded his Indian tour with a performance in Delhi on March 24th.
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