Ever After has finally announced its 5th massive gathering. The incredible lineup features big names like Excision and Illenium, as well as the Snails/Kill the Noise duo “Kill the Snails.” Feed Me also made the lineup after taking a brief hiatus, and Alix Perez, half of the group “Shades” (with EPROM) will be performing. It […]
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By Real EDM — 2 months ago
Our favorite festival founder is back in the news! Billy McFarland is reportedly planning to self-release memoirs from prison. The man behind the debacle that was Fyre Festival has been handwriting these memoirs while serving his 6-year prison sentence. The memoir is set to be released this Spring. But, knowing Billy’s planning abilities, who knows if that’s true.
New York Magazine reported that Billy’s girlfriend, Anastasia Eremenko, contacted them about his plans. She has already begun transcribing Billy’s handwritten letters. The title of the memoirs is going to be: Promythus: God of Fyre. Yes, that is spelled wrong and that is actually how they meant it to be. How fitting of Billy.
“[memoir will] chronicle his career from the first investment in a now-shuttered start-up back in 2011 to the FBI paying him a visit days after the festival imploded.”
McFarland said the memoirs will also share stories about “members of Trump’s administration.” It will also include details about how both the Netflix and Hulu documentaries misrepresented him. An Editor at New York Magazine has been in contact with him getting the inside scoop.
SCOOP: I got an inside look at Billy McFarland’s plans to self-publish the memoir he’s written since going to prison. https://t.co/lzesNItFY8
— Madison Malone Kircher (@4evrmalone) May 3, 2019
There are a few cameos that are set to be included in the memoir. Jordan Belfort, Molly Bloom, Andy King (the meme guy), Ryan Seacrest, and Dennis Rodman just to name a few. I am sure some of us are eager to read what he has to say. But, at the same time that would be feeding him cash and I don’t know if anyone is about that life anymore.
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By Real EDM — 5 months ago
Lane 8 delivers a melodic house flip of Porter Robinson’s hit.
Virtual Self, better known as Porter Robinson, is coming off a high after the Grammy Awards in which he was nominated in the Best Dance Recording category for the track “Ghost Voices.” Though he lost the win to Diplo & Mark Ronson’s Silk City for their song “Electricity,” there is no denying even a nomination in this category is a huge win for the producer.
During the red carpet interview, the “Ghost Voices” producer commented that Virtual Self was an outlet for him to overcome creative struggles surrounding his work as Porter Robinson. Now it was his time to pass on the artistic baton to fellow producer Lane 8 (real name Daniel Goldstein).
The Denver-based producer flipped the original on its head by leading with the piano. It’s a beautiful rendition that creates a more peaceful, melodious experience for the listener. He brings in elements of melodic house we’ve come to know and love from his work. The ebb and flow of the crescendos make this the perfect track to vibe out to on a rainy day. Though it’s on the other side of the spectrum from the original, it is in no way a step down – just a step in a more peaceful direction.
Porter Robinson’s early 2000s-inspired alias Virtual Self has remained one of the most innovative dance music projects since its 2017 birth. Nearly all of Virtual Self’s releases – including “Ghost Voices” – have garnered overwhelming support from within the dance music community.
Lane 8 is coming off a massive year after the release of second album, Little By Little. Goldstein didn’t stop there, as he went on to release more originals and collaborative works throughout the year. Now in 2019, his label This Never Happened will be reprising the This Never Happened Summer Gatherings that made it’s debut back in 2017.
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By Real EDM — 3 months ago
Zedd will be traveling the U.S. this fall.
Zedd does not know how to slow down. The world famous producer/DJ is straight off a successful set of performances at this years Coachella and he’s now back to announce he has a new fall tour ahead. The Orbit Tour, he will be traveling to 13 locations in the US and another five in Europe. Joining him on the tour will be Jax Jones and NOTD.
“I’ve been working extremely hard putting together this new tour and am beyond excited to finally take it out on the road and share it with my fans,” said Zedd. “It’s going to be unreal – I can’t wait to see everyone at the Orbit Tour!”
The tour is said to feature brand new production, unlike anything we’ve seen from the artist before. He blew fans away during his performance at Coachella so if he’s going to take it up even one more notch from that, it’s going to be something you are not going to want to miss.
As stated previously, Zedd (real name Anton Zaslavski) has been keeping himself busy. Prior to the Orbit Tour kicking off, he will be heading his debut at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver, Colorado June 19th, titled Zedd on the Rocks. The show sold out in rapid speed. He’s also running off a high after the success of his track “365” with Katy Perry.
Find the dates of Zedd’s Orbit Tour below and pre-register here.
September 13th: WAMU Theater in Seattle, Washington
September 14th: Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Portland, Oregon
September 17th: The Great Saltair in Salt Lake City, Utah
September 19th: Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California
September 26th: WhiteWater Amphitheater in New Braunfels, Texas
September 27th: Revention Music Center in Houston, Texas
September 28th: The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory in Irving, Texas
October 1st: Coca Cola Roxy in Atlanta, Georgia
October 5th: Red Hat Amphitheater in Raleigh, North Carolina
October 8th: EXPRESS LIVE! in Columbus, Ohio
October 9th: Stage AE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
October 11th: The Sylvee in Madison, Wisconsin
October 12th: Armory in Minneapolis, Minnesota
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