Elephante’s new track with Matluck, ‘Come Back For You‘ has proven to be another huge hit as it soars past 1 million streams on Spotify. The special track presents the perfect combination of an uptempo beat with soulful indie vocals. After a successful remix by Morgan Page, Elephante has just released the official lyric video to ‘Come Back For You’.
Elephante is currently in the midst of his “Come Back For You” Tour. Click here to see if he will be stopping in a city near you as well as all his other upcoming tour dates.
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By Real EDM — 1 year ago
Recording Producer Eric Dan of the Pittsburgh area is accusing Atlantic Records of intentionally labeling full length albums as something different, like a “street album” or “commercial mixtape” to avoid having to pay out the full fee to artists and producers.
He referred to a project he did with Wiz Khalifa as one example in an interview with BeatStars:
“The Khalifa album, I don’t know what they called it, a ‘street album?’ They came up with some really clever name that essentially meant, ‘Everyone involved, your going to get paid half what you normally do.’ I’ve seen it happen often over the last few years. Anything to save a buck for these labels.”
The same scenario occurred with Dan in 2013 with a release by Snow Tha Product. Dan said they called it a mixtape, which he described as “their way of not paying me a whole lot.”
It’s unlikely Atlantic Records is the only major label doing this, as saving costs is a completely normal aspect of everyday business. But if artists and producers are being taken advantage of, this should not be acceptable. Other artists have also commented that they have had similar experiences with other labels as well, not only Atlantic.
Been said this, but all labels do it black music. It’s all about the bottom line. What angers me is the black executives that let it happen. https://t.co/QRrTWBgfjv
— J.U.S.T.I.C.E LEAGUE (@JusticeLeague) January 3, 2018
Every label is doing this and it’s up to us to stop allowing them to. https://t.co/rEQZxwysxS
— Chester Copperpot (@MoneyMakinMatt) January 3, 2018
RCA got us producers like this on the first rocky album too – ughh I mean mixtape. that’s why it’s not on streaming sites. we gotta eat shit while they tour off our records. https://t.co/KLePuKYe3z
— DJ Burn One (@djburnone) January 3, 2018
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By Real EDM — 10 months ago
Hailing from Down Under, Timmy Trumpet is one of the most prominent DJs and Producers within the entire music industry. Now teaming up with Lady Bee, their new song titled “Trumpet” fulfills absolutely everything we love about EDM.
Famous for his use of raw instruments in both his music and live performances, Timmy Trumpet’s passion for experimentation is extremely inspiring. Due to the uniqueness of his artist brand, he is certainly one of the most intriguing names within the DJ Mag Top 100.
Also previously collaborating with the likes of Hardwell, he has gained several hundred million Spotify streams over the course of his career.
Now joined by one of Amsterdam’s most renowned artists, Lady Bee is one of the most celebrated names within the global bass, moombahton and house music scene. She has released on some of the planet’s most venerated imprints including Spinnin’, Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records, Diplo’s Mad Decent Records, Laidback Luke’s Mixmash Records and Anna Lunoe’s Hyperhouse, making her the perfect match for the naughty slice of dancehall that is Trumpets
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By Real EDM — 5 days ago
The historically outspoken Deadmau5 has been quiet lately on social media regarding anything other than his upcoming tour and KAOS nightclub residency. However, Joel Zimmerman recently filled fans in on what he has been up to during his break and his struggles with a “creative drought.”
Deadmau5 took to Reddit Wednesday, June 12th to share an update with fans regarding his new Cube V3 Tour, new releases and the trouble he’s been having with his creative process.
In his post, Joel says he has a handful of releases on the way but doesn’t give any definitive dates of when fans will get to hear the tracks.
Deadmau5 then mentions he’s been experiencing a creative drought. Some of the contributions that he says have led to the drought include his personal life, the break from his socials and the pressure to finish the Cube show.
“…lots of little things have just contributed to that weird debilitating feeling…” Deadmau5 said.
He says that the feeling can often turn into musical frustration,
which can be bad news for artists and fans alike.
Joel goes on to say he signed up for in-home piano lessons, stating they might be a good little break. He jokes that he might develop techniques to be a “real fucking musician.”
While Deadmau5 is still full steam ahead on the Cube V3 Tour, he hints at some new ideas besides music to take the place of his absence of online streaming.
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