The undeniably talented Martin Garrix and Julian Jordan go way back; seriously, check out these photos that we’ve dug up – they speak for themselves!
As the years passed by, their friendship and musical abilities grew. In 2012, the chart-topping Spinnin’ Records release of their collaboration ‘BFAM‘ (brother from another mother) dropped, leaving fans wanting more.
Although Martin Garrix is only 22-years-old, his list of triumphs runs long, including scoring a UK number one with his smash hit ‘Animals‘, not to mention that he has been ranked in the number one position on DJ Mag‘s Top 100 DJs list for three consecutive years (2016, 2017 and 2018).
A 23-year-old Julian Jordan equally has a lengthy list of accomplishments under his belt, proving that their friendship is a true powerhouse. Fast forward to 2018, and fans will be delighted to find the duo back in the studio together. Although the Dutch musicians haven’t disclosed much information about their new collab, their army of followers are counting down – especially because of the consistent teases uploaded by the DJs.
One can assume that the new track will drop very soon as the teases have become more frequent. The anticipation is killing us! Now, all we can do is wait, unfortunately.
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By Real EDM — 1 year ago
Skrillex, also known as Sonny Moore, is a well-rounded artist and man of many talents. Aside from being one of biggest electronic DJ/producers in the world, he has a vibrant past being the frontman of the emo-era rock band From First To Last. He left the band in 2007 to pursue his career as Skrillex and has seen massive success since then. However, like many of us, he hasn’t truly abandoned his emo roots. Moore recently reunited with FFTL and debuted a new track called ‘Surrender‘ during a DJ set at Emo Nite LA with him on lead vocals.
He first reunited with his bands mates back in February at Emo Nite, giving fans a huge surprise and leaving them wanting more. The new track ‘Surrender’ is to be on the new album the band has in the works, which also has another track with Moore on lead vocals. The long-awaited album has no official release date yet. Stay tuned and watch the Instagram live stream of the performance below!
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By Real EDM — 10 months ago
Music festivals are full of vivacious characters that range far and wide. They bring people from all walks of life together in one place who have one common purpose- to watch music and have a good time. This means that you can have a handful of different personality types wandering around as one solid (or not solid) unit. There were many contenders, but here are the top 10 types of people that you may have in your festival squad.
1. The Leader
This person tends to be the totem pole holder, the one who leads the group in and out of crowds, the person who somehow manages to keep everyone together in a sea of chaos. We should all thank this person for their continuous effort and hard work.
2. The Wanderer
This is the person that the leader keeps an extra eye on. The wanderer is notorious for not paying attention and losing their group almost instantly. However, they generally don’t mind solo adventures if the group is lagging and will always pull away if they want to do something else. But nonetheless, they always get lost.
3. The one who won’t stay still
These folks always stay in the back of the crowd so they can easily escape and leave to do something else. They could secretly not like crowds and get claustrophobic so they gravitate towards where there is a way to get out. But mostly, these are the eager beavers who are too excited, anxious, or too cool to stay in one spot for too long.
4. The person who always wants to go back to camp
If you’re at a camping festival, this person can be your friend or foe. “Let’s go back to camp” is the most buzz-killing phrase in festival culture. There is a time and place to go back to camp and refresh, but this person ALWAYS wants to go back for a plethora of reasons. The walk to most campsites from festival grounds are usually long and tiring, so why go back and forth?
5. The Sunset Chaser
This person needs to be dragged off of the dancefloor. The sunset chaser never wants the music or party to end and they stay until the sun says it’s time to go to bed. If you can keep up, these can be the best festival partners to have by your side.
6. The ‘eventually will end up in the medical tent’ friend
We all have accidents and moments of bad judgment, but this person has a hard time watching themselves. Whether it be an unintentional scrape, sprang ankle, or quick overconsumption of substances, somehow they visit the medical tent at least once during their festival experience. Instances of emergency are no joking matter, but unfortunately, this person exists.
7. The one who loses everything
We all know that person that loses everything as soon as they set foot into a festival. They are easily identifiable and are usually aware that they are that person too. However, they always either magically find everything by the end, or are surprisingly okay with losing their phone and wallet.
8. The person who never has water
We all know water is essential in a festival setting, but for some reason, there is always that one person who is constantly stealing gulps from everyone else’s water because they forget theirs or are too lazy to carry their own.
9. The ‘Disco Mom or Dad’
This is a commonly heard phrase in the festival world. The disco mom/dad is the person who has a backpack full of essentials and has enough for the whole squad. This savior of sorts generally has the mindset that they don’t want anyone to stress so they just bring everything, quite literally carrying the team on their back.
10. The Chanters
The phrases ‘ay ay ay ay ay’ and ‘oh oh oh oh oh’ will forever haunt crowds no matter how hard we try to avoid it. Whether you’re at a massive rave or boutique festival, these people travel in packs annoying everyone except the people who quickly join in on the incessant yelling. We know you’re excited but do us all a favor and shhhhhhhhh.
The top 10 spots may be taken but there are some highly qualified runner-ups that are not-so-rare encounters:
- The person that keeps trying to wave at you with their fan to ‘keep you cool’
- The obsessive planner who starts planning for next year the day after the festival ends
- The incessant light show giver
- The one who always wants to go sit down
- The person who films EVERYTHING
- The one who never brings a jacket
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By Real EDM — 14 hours ago
Armin van Buuren does breaks?
Famed Dutch producer Armin van Buuren is here to give lovers and those who are still on the hunt something to dance and sing their hearts out to with his latest release, “Lonely For You.” The track features vocals by American singer/songwriter Bonnie McKee.
The high-energy, “drum and bass-inspired” single is a new sound for van Buuren and highlights the iconic producer’s experimental side. Fans will also be able to enjoy the track’s accompanying music video that beautifully conveys the back and forth struggles that relationships go through.
The track enters with McKee’s lush vocals as it transitions into some catchy breaks. The unexpected beat structure is layered expertly with poppy chords that compliment the emotional chorus. It’s a vibrant track that ties in perfectly with the message. Relationships waver from time to time. What’s important is taking a step back and realizing, is this person right for you or are you fighting to keep them because you don’t want to be alone?
On the topic of “Lonely For You” McKee said:
“’Lonely For You’ is a song about recovering from losing someone, picking up the pieces and putting one foot in front of the other to move on from them – almost. Sometimes, we are able to logically talk ourselves out of loving someone, and even feel relieved that they’re gone…but in the lonely hours of darkness in the still of the night, those feelings can creep up from the shadows and suck us back into the trap of missing that someone, even if we know they’re not right for us.”
For over 20 years, Armin van Buuren has been one of the world’s biggest DJs and producers in electronic dance music. His lifelong dedication to the scene has even earned him a Grammy nomination for “This Is What It Feels Like” (featuring Trevor Guthrie). The DJ/producer claimed the number one spot in The annual DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll a whopping five times. His weekly A State of Trance radio show is broadcast from his own radio studio in the Armada HQ to over 40 million listeners in more than 80 countries.
In addition to all of this, van Buuren is the co-founder of Armada Music, the Amsterdam-based record label founded in tandem with Maykel Piron and David Lewis. The label is acclaimed internationally for releasing music across the electronic music spectrum and is the six-time winner of Best Global Record Label at the International Dance Music Awards in Miami.
Bonnie McKee is no stranger to the upper reaches of the music industry. Throughout her blossoming career, she has (co-)written songs for global superstars such as Katy Perry (“Part Of Me,” “Wide Awake,” “California Girls,” “Teenage Dream,” and “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)”), Taio Cruz (“Dynamite”), Britney Spears (“Hold It Against Me”), Elliot Yamin, Rita Ora, Ke$ha, Cheryl, Adam Lambert and Rusko.
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