Don’t miss the Electric Family Las Vegas Pop-Up for limited artist merchandise and meet and greets with Above & Beyond, Adventure Club, Virtual Riot and more!
Industry-leading streetwear brand, community builder, positivity spreader, and exclusive artist merchandise company Electric Family is back yet again for another fantastic year in Las Vegas. This time, they’re hosting an exclusive pre-EDC Las Vegas pop-up shop from May 15th to May 18th!
This year, the Electric Family Pop-Up Las Vegas Experience will not only include a wide variety of limited edition artist merchandise, it will also have exclusive festival accessories, massive giveaways, and a lineup of A-List artist meet and greets with some of our all-time favorite acts (names and times listed below).
Check out the details below for information and don’t miss the opportunity to hang out with us at the Palms Hotel in the Grand Ballroom!
Wednesday, May 15th from 12pm to 8pm
Thursday, May 16th from 12pm to 8pm
Friday, May 17th from 12pm to 6pm
Saturday, May 18th from 12pm to 6pm
Palms Hotel in the Grand Ballroom
4321 W Flamingo Rd.
Las Vegas, NV 89103)
Las Vegas’ biggest pop-up shop experience featuring:
• Exclusive Electric Family merch
• Limited edition artist merch from more than 25 artists including Illenium, Excision, Kaskade, and deadmau5
• Artist meet and greets
• Giveaways and more!
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***READ MORE HERE: Electric Family Hosts Massive Las Vegas Pop-Up Experience Leading up to EDC
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Welcome Records takes over Miami bringing artists 1788-L, Jaykode and more.
Picture this: It’s the night before Ultra Music Festival. Excitement and anticipation flood the streets of Miami as artists and music lovers from all over the world gather for a very special event. Kicking off the weekend is a special treat as Los Angeles based party, Space Yacht, brings their festivities down south on Thursday, March 28th.
Teaming up with Kayzo‘s Welcome Records and Florida promoter SXS Presents, Space Yacht has announced one of the most impressive lineups of the week for Space Yacht Miami. Featuring a variety of artists from 1788-L to Jaykode, Habstrakt, Cazztek and more, there is a variety of sound being showcased at this event – from heavy to house and everything in between.
The lineup has an artist slot left as “????? b2b ???”, and we can speculate that one of these names belongs to the founder of Welcome Records, Kayzo. Though the other is unknown, we know that Space Yacht will not disappoint on this special B2B performance.
Start your Ultra weekend off with a bang and join Space Yacht and Welcome Records for Space Yacht Miami. Tickets are available now here.
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***READ MORE HERE: Space Yacht Releases Stacked Miami Music Week Lineup
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By Real EDM — 6 months ago
SAKIMA, quickly, quickly, DELAY and more featured on this week’s installment.
Welcome to Underground Vibes Of The Week, the place to discover new music. No matter if it’s trap, house or ambient, heavy and dark or bright and bouncy – if it’s a vibe it belongs here.
SoundCloud is considered by many artists and fans alike to be the best platform for unsigned music to shine. Its direct approach and lack of a need for distributors has enabled bedroom artists to reach fanbases all over the world, and emerging talents to turn their SoundCloud game into yearlong careers.
In this series, our aim is to showcase the best new music we discover on the platform; it’s music that often can’t be found anywhere else. We will also shine the light on successful artists that encapsulate everything SoundCloud is about, some of whom have built their careers on the platform.
“Apps” ft. Robokid – SAKIMA
“Apps” is one of SAKIMA’s most aggressive tunes yet. The artist goes crazy over gritty basslines and percussion by Robokid. SAKIMA started quickly getting his name out there some years back before getting picked up by the label Manifesto and went on to release numerous times with tastemaker Moving Castle – one of the most prominent platforms for indie artists breaking out of SoundCloud into major success.
“Departure” ft. Beau Nelson – Jeevs
Supported by one of the most respected underground platforms on SoundCloud, Phuture Collective, Jeevs has started leaving his mark over the past year.
“Plato’s Dub” – 黒 KURO
In “Plato’s Dub,” 黒 KURO samples reggae artist Bitty McLean, and the result is a psychedelic, all-over-the-place vibe.
“Stress Dreams” – ARDENCY
On “Stress Dreams,’ duo ARDENCY keep showcasing their tasteful electronic sound infused with indie and alternative elements.
“Sleepless Nights” ft. Aleana Redd – Fadent
19-year-old producer Fadent comes out with one of his most mature-sounding singles yet, an ambient gem with vocalist Aleana Redd.
“Amphetamine+” – zodivk
Mysterious beatmaker zodivk returns with another soothing flip. The producer has mainly used SoundCloud as the medium for showcasing his work, and after a couple of viral remixes for Alina Baraz and Goldlink, it’s safe to say he’s made a lasting impression.
“Bedtime” – JNTHN STEIN & KRANE
JNTHN STEIN’s latest three-track EP features a huge collaboration with none other than KRANE, a track where both producers go as funky and laid-back as they’ve never done before.
Somebody New ft. ShezAr – Sonny Fodera
U.K. producer Sonny Fodera is back with “Somebody New” featuring ShezAr, an uplifting, minimal dance floor killer.
“6am In Oakland” – Jethro Heston
“6am In Oakland” marks Jethro Heston’s latest effort, and as always the producer delivers some really colorful and animated deep house.
“Out of this world” – DELAY
DELAY is going to be putting out a handful of remixes soon, as he’s gearing up for the release of his highly anticipated new album. This time he flipped A$AP Rocky’s “Out of This World,” inflicting on it his signature production style.
“Prophecy” ft. Hannah Jenkins – narou
Producer and engineer narou has been showcasing his eclectic productions for some time now, and “Prophecy” featuring Hannah Jenkins perfectly displays his skills.
“Looking For Your Love” (Dark Heart Remix) – DallasK
Dark Heart succeeds in turning DallasK’s “Looking For Your Love” from four-on-the-floor vibe to a blissful future bass anthem.
“Without Me” (Rad Hatter Rework) – Halsey
Rad Hatter has made it known that he is not confined by genres. Whether it’s wonky trap bangers or ambient gems, the producer always hits the mark – something he achieved with his latest impactful remix of Halsey’s “Without Me.”
“praisethelord [rmx]” – quickly, quickly
quickly, quickly has been gaining massive traction lately, captivating the world with complex and mature productions. His remix of A$AP Rocky’s and Skepta’s “Praise The Lord” perfectly showcases his style: lo-fi vibes with soft keys and organic-sounding drums.
“ICE TRAY (w/ mikuda)” – STU
ICE TRAY” is yet another banger in STU’s catalog. The French producer likes to experiment, and has already collaborated with artists such as otxhello, verzache and DILIP.
***READ MORE HERE: Underground Vibes of the Week / 021
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By Real EDM — 4 months ago
Wakaan boss Martin Stääf delivers his most diverse, emotional work yet on the 30-track LP due out February 15th.
Liquid, by definition, is something that flows freely and is of constant volume. If there were ever an artist and album fitting of that description, it’s venerated freeform bass producer Liquid Stranger as evidenced by his latest LP, Infinity.
Despite playing the part of “a perfectly normal individual from the outskirts of the galaxy,” Liquid Stranger is Swedish producer Martin Stääf, who began working under the moniker in 2003. His reputation as an accomplished producer and his all-encompassing take on freeform “space bass” music has made him a fixture in the alternative bass community, consistently providing the wondrous sonic servings that listeners crave.
With Infinity, Stääf furthers his status as a key figure in this burgeoning experimental bass genre by mastering its penchant for uniqueness and innovation. Running 30 tracks in length, the album brings together an expansive array of styles and tempos, representing one of Stääf’s most diverse projects to date.
The looping, dreamy beat of “Prime” kicks off the journey, beginning a downtempo introduction to the album. By track five, things begin to get a bit wonkier, as we’re introduced to the first of the album’s 16 collaborations and features.
The glitchy track “Zero Frontier” was co-produced by South African act Chee, while “Ceremony” — which resulted from a high-profile collaboration with CloZee — is a tribal, drill and bass masterstroke.
The album’s midsection picks up with the weaponized, choppy hardcore side of Liquid Stranger that has made him a seamless addition at dubstep meccas like Lost Lands and Bass Canyon. Highlights includes “Spastic Elastic,” a mechanized hard trap anthem featuring fellow genre-spanning act Dion Timmer, as well as “Jetpacks,” which features vocals from Vern Knows. Stääf also finally treats his fans to the commercial release of “Run For Cover” ft. MC Shells, a long-awaited, fan-favorite festival ID.
While the middle of the album flourishes with heavier dubtronica, its defining moments come at the opposite end of the spectrum, where “emotional peaks” in Stääf’s personal life during the writing process shine through some of the more downtempo tracks.
“Creativity stems from powerful life experiences,” said Liquid Stranger in a February 2019 press release. “And my inner processes have been very intense during the writing of this record for the past year and half.”
This emotional weight is felt on songs like “Falling Away,” an aural dreamscape that caresses the ears with enchanting bass lines and soul-wrenching vocals before flowing into “Jello Stream”, which makes the listener feel like they’re being blasted by deep bass while taking a swim through a pool of jello.
“Burn Like Sun” ft. Leah Culver, the album’s lead single, encapsulates another genre fusion, blending together powerful charges of bass with masterfully crafted production melodies.
As the Wakaan label boss, Stääf has helped advance the freeform genre by putting on up-and-coming acts whose styles would otherwise have no home. It’s his own work on this project that might be his biggest contribution yet, however. On Infinity, Liquid Stranger is able to navigate freely through the different themes and genres of each track with a voluminous degree of production savvy, further crediting him as a figure of authority in this freeform genre.
Liquid Stranger has long preached the importance of this alternative bass movement due to its fixation on mindset over genre, emphasizing freedom of expression for both the listener and artist. Rather than following trends or techniques of others, Infinity takes the listener on a sonic adventure that shows off Stääf’s ability to pull emotion from everyday life and craft it into song.
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***READ MORE HERE: Liquid Stranger Crafts Interstellar Sonic Adventure with Latest LP, Infinity [Review]
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