This isn’t your typical trap tune.
When most of us think of trap, we imagine bombastic, bone-rattling drops over deafening percussive elements. Fraze is here to show you that the genre has more dimension than that. He’s delivered a song titled “Party Girl” that incorporates distinctive melodic elements to yield a song with more singalong appeal than your typical festival banger.
“Party Girl” largely hinges around an anthemic female vocal, along with sound design elements atypical of the melodic trap subgenre. Also setting the single apart is its infectious drop; you could actually dance to this one rather than strictly headbanging for a change.
Stream or download “Party Girl” by Fraze across platforms here.
***READ MORE HERE: Fraze Flips the Script in Melodic Trap Single “Party Girl”
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By Real EDM — 8 months ago
The winter edition featured special guests Armin van Buuren, Nicky Romero and more joining Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike.
Tomorrowland and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike (DVLM) took over Antwerp’s Sportpaleis over four sold-out nights in December. The Belgian DJ duo teamed up with the festival’s organizers to deliver their annual homecoming shows with the winter edition of Garden Of Madness. They have now released their full live set from the event.
The shows were hosted over two consecutive days each, December 14th-15th and December 21st-22nd. Special guests Armin van Buuren, Nicky Romero, Netsky, and Lil Kleine joined the festivities over the two weekends.
In true Tomorrowland style, the level of production left the nearly 20,000 attendees mesmerized. The jaw-dropping new main stage design was accompanied by an array of visuals, CO2 cannons, pyrotechnics and special effects that resulted in an unforgettable audio-visual extravaganza.
Over the last five years, DVLM and Tomorrowland have brought together more than 300,000 visitors from all over with their unique Bringing the Madness concerts. In addition to that, after a stacked summer season of Garden of Madness in Ibiza where the duo were joined by the likes of Diplo, Lost Frequencies, Steve Angello, Steve Aoki and many more, DVLM brought Garden of Madness to Belgium for its winter edition. They are now giving their fans a chance to relive the December 2018 spectacle by releasing the full live set.
Dimitri Thivaios and Michael Thivaios (A.K.A. Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike) recently won MTV’s Best Belgian Act award and returned to their hometown to close out what has been one of their busiest years to date. From “All I need” alongside trap pioneer Gucci Mane to the juggernaut anthem of the summer “When I Grow Up” alongside hip-hop galáctico Wiz Khalifa, the brothers have worked with a myriad of artists in the recent past.
Follow Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/dimitrivegas // https://twitter.com/likemike
***READ MORE HERE: Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Release Full Set from Garden Of Madness Winter Edition
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By Real EDM — 2 years ago
British DJ Vizual finished his Brazilian Tour last year and since then he has been gearing up for a slew of releases. After releasing ‘Lullaby’ and the future house track ‘What Do They Know’, he has been at work honing his big room, electro house sound. But to make 2018 more exciting, he brings us a “vizual” element to his label and music.
His label Happy Tree Records steadily put out music in 2017 and Vizual now plans to take his brand to the next level. Its been one year since the launch of his label and to celebrate, he is releasing a whole collection of apparel. The launch is accompanied with a contest where 4 free tracks and 10 free t-shirts will be given to lucky winners. As Vizual is gearing up for his North American tour, you’ll want to get your hands on his clothing to rock it at his 2018 shows. Check out the contest and visit Happy Tree Records on Facebook for more details.
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By Real EDM — 11 months ago
SoundCloud is expanding its ad monetization plan, SoundCloud Premier, to all eligible artists. This seems to be in direct response to Spotify’s new “Spotify for Artists” that they released last month. But is SoundCloud offering enough to compete with Spotify?
The requirements for Premier are a bit steep. Premiere is only available to Pro and Pro Unlimited users. In addition to that, an artist has to have had at least 5000 plays in the last month to qualify. Pro and Pro Unlimited memberships cost $72 and $144 annually.
According to SoundCloud’s website, the benefits of being part of their program is better revenue share and faster payouts compared to their competitors. However, if the artist is only just meeting the threshold of 5000 plays a month, that will barely be enough to pay for SoundCloud Pro, and won’t even come close to covering the cost of Pro Unlimited.
This is based on a report made in 2016 that detailed how many streams were needed to earn $1. SoundCloud took 776. An SC paid service separate from Pro and Pro Unlimited called Go+ only required 96 plays. While the report is two years old, things probably haven’t changed too drastically.
If you’re already a Pro or Pro Unlimited user, then it is absolutely worth it to enroll in Premier. It comes with the plan, so there’s no reason not to. But if you’re still starting out and haven’t worked an extra $72-144 into your budget, perhaps look into other services.
It’s a good start for SoundCloud to stay competitive with what Spotify is offering, but they’re likely going to have to offer more.
***READ MORE HERE: SoundCloud Expands Its Monetization Program
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