Rachel Costanzo gets the JYYE treatment…
Hailing from Melbourne Australia, 21 year old producing wunderkind Jyye is ready to impart a massive footprint on modern-day pop culture. With EDM elements persistently stretching their sounds into mainstream music, Jyye holds a fortuitous position to distinguish his unique sound as a formidable player.
One could describe his sound as a cross-breed between Deep House and Pop, but that description would only suffice as a placeholder rather than true identifier.
You can stream the remix here:
With a stunning vocal, wonderful vocal chops, and vibrant rhythms, the production of this remix from JYYE is absolutely phenomenal!
Currently one of my favorite producers in the entire industry, I can’t wait to hear his upcoming music over the next few months.
***READ MORE HERE: JYYE Releases Stunning New Remix Of “Comfortable”
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By Real EDM — 7 months ago
Swedish House Mafia‘s 2019 comeback is impending. Rumours of a reunion started the moment they took the stage at Ultra Music Festival in March, and now with mysterious ads, possible big brand partnerships looming, and festivals already lining up to host a potential Swedish House Mafia performance, it looks like Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Steve Angello are aiming to pick back up right where they left off. The only thing missing was confirmation of impending studio work, however, Angello quickly put us at ease.
The producer recently told Swedish news publication Dagens Nyheter,
“Yes, absolutely, Swedish House Mafia is back. Now during summer everyone is traveling a lot, but we’ve entered the studio. I can’t really say much more, but we’ve decided that: ‘Here we go.’”
Here we go, indeed. This morning, Steve Angello posted an Instagram story that appears to be a video of the trio in the studio, previewing quite an incredible sounding song.
It’s been six years since the trio released the album ‘Until Now‘, and if this is anything like what the album will sound like, we can’t wait. No release day is in sight, but as the first hint of things to come, it’s more than tantalizing.
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By Real EDM — 4 months ago
One of New York City’s most beloved clubs is closing its doors. Output will be shutting down – another hit taken to NYC nightlife over the last few months. A few weeks ago Cielo Club was rumored to shut down, too. Output took to Facebook to announce the closure.
This is truly heartbreaking. They stated their permanent closure as of January 1, 2019. They contributed the closure to a few factors: rapidly shifting social trends, unfavorable market conditions and weakening financial outlooks.
I remember my first time in the club. They have a notorious no cell phone policy. As soon as you walk in, they put a sticker over your phone camera to encourage limiting its usage (you can just remove the sticker, but it’s still the precedent.) They wanted to display a culture of a time when we listened to music before phones.
And they did that damn well. I rarely saw people pull their phones out. EDM lovers came to dance with others and enjoy the music the way it was meant to be. The club was especially known to represent house and techno fans. They have hosted an impressive amount of DJs including Tchami, Eric Prydz, Jauz, deadmau5, and Rezz.
Having a capacity of 452, it was a very intimate venue. You could easily get to the stage and high five the DJ. If you wanted more dancing room, they had a whole second floor dedicated to just that. On top of this, there was a rooftop if you needed to get away from the music for a bit.
It’s incredibly sad to see such an iconic club go. In 2017, Output won Club of the Year at the Electronic Music Awards. If you want to reminiscence one last time, they have a few more shows before they close, and what we expect to be a banging New Years Eve party.
Check out their website for more info on the last shows here. Brooklyn Output will be missed.
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By Real EDM — 3 weeks ago
The duo brought out Illenium midway through their set.
The week after Ultra Music Festival is a time to reflect and break down all the possible new tracks coming our way these upcoming months. One exciting highlight of this years festival was brought to us by The Chainsmokers. 42 minutes into their set, fans went wild as the duo brought out Illenium (real name Nicholas Miller).
Alex Pall and Drew Taggart announced this was their first time debuting a track at Ultra. They stopped the set and announced his grand entrance. As the song opens in you hear Miller’s signature sound boom through. You hear a woman’s vocals dance their way in as Taggart performed live layered over hers. Though no set release date has been announced, future bass fans will be pleased to hear this isn’t the last time you’ll see all three share a stage.
It looks as if the duo is forming a trio with the Denver-based producer under the name Big City Dreamin. Fans will be able to catch them on a tour this fall. No doubt these three will have one hell of a show lined up. The Chainsmokers recently announced a new album was underway for 2019 so it wouldn’t surprise us if this Illenium collab was one of the featured tracks.
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