Corporate Slackrs Release A Remix For AURORA’s Single: Running With The Wolves
Fresh from headlining EDC Orlando 2017, Corporate Slackrs have released a hard hitting remix for AURORA’s ‘Running With The Wolves.’ The duo made up of Devin Meadow and AJ Ironman, have released a fresh electronic remix to close out 2017.
The duo kept the essence of the original with the beautiful vocals from AURORA and decided to add an electronic spin to it. Overall, the remix is uplifting and anthemic. The drop made up of hard hitting synths make this remix ready to be play anywhere.
Make sure to get this remix as a free download!
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This week, Madeon was announced on the Lollapalooza lineup. That news is exciting enough, as it’s been a while since we’ve seen anything from the French Producer. This isn’t the first announcement from him either. He is also slated to play a DJ set at Porter Robinson’s Second Sky Festival. We all assumed Lolla would be a DJ set too, or maybe if we were lucky, his ‘Adventure’ Live set.
But Madeon also tweeted that his Lolla set would be a live show. A fan asked for some clarification and he revealed that this is an entirely new show. Yes folks, we are finally getting new Madeon! It’s not the album drop that we’ve all been (im)patiently waiting for, but since he’s playing a new set, the album can’t be far behind.
This also means for all you lucky people who managed to grab a ticket to Second Sky, he might tease something new in his set there. No promises, but Madeon is always full of surprises.
No matter what happens, we’ve finally got new Madeon coming, and we couldn’t be happier.
— Madeon (@madeon) March 20, 2019
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By Real EDM — 2 weeks ago
Mayor Carlos Gimenez has his doubts about the new home of Ultra Music Festival.
It’s no secret that despite being an overall success in its new home, Ultra Music Festival certainly experienced some growing pains. A report from the Miami Herald has Ultra Music Festival fans concerned over the future of the festival’s new home.
The mayor of Miami-Dade, Carlos Gimenez, went on record to cast his doubts on the festival’s new home. “I think putting 50,000 people in Virginia Key is not a good idea,” he said. “There’s only one way in and one way out. I think they need to find a better place for it.”
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By Real EDM — 6 months ago
Since 2016 we’ve seen a LOT of banter from certain political circles in America saying that we should abolish the Electoral College. They say it’s antiquated, it means that the majority doesn’t rule and that it gives an unfair weight to “lesser” states. They say the popular vote alone should determine the President, and many people agree. However this humble writer would like to submit to the EDM fandom one glaring example of the popular vote gone wrong: the DJ Mag Top 100 Poll. In fact, it almost shows why the Electoral College exists in the first place….and DJ Mag needs its own.
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The Electoral College was designed to allow each region (State) to get fair representation in the vote, so that a mass of people in one place doesn’t outweigh the rest of the geographic areas of the US. An Electoral College would similarly weight the EDM fandom based on its size – let’s say we divide it up by EDM markets: North America, Europe, Asia, Brazil, India (and associated regions) would each be assigned electoral points. Now Martin Garrix might still get the votes from North America, but Europe might give its votes to a techno artist. You could try to weight it based on subgenre, but that would be too difficult to verify. It could be weighted based on countries to be more precise, but this is only a speculative blog article after all. We’re not going to sit down and the numbers, but it could be done.
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