MALAA – Who is Malaa #19
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By Real EDM — 9 months ago
Out now via Dim Mak Records
YUMI showcases her vocal talent and songwriting skills on “With You With Me,” the second single off her forthcoming debut Ego Boost EP.
Her enchanting vocals combined with subdued wind chimes and muted synths create straight ear porn.
Arriving on Dim Mak in 2018 via “Sirens,” YUMI is making her presence known with a steady output of honest, ethereal pop. Her bold voice, eclectic style and zealous approach to art have caught the eyes of many, including pop culture and fashion magazine, Galore, who hung out with YUMI for a photo shoot and interview. During their conversation, YUMI opened up about juggling her music alongside her modeling and YouTube careers, as well as offering insightful advice for those struggling with body confidence issues.
She seems to be a force to be reckoned with. Don’t sleep on YUMI.
***READ MORE HERE: YUMI Brings Emotional Intensity On New Single “With You With Me” [Listen]
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By Real EDM — 9 months ago
People in the UK, specifically young adults aged 16 to 24, are taking more Class A drugs than previous statistics in over 25 years. Class A drugs include crack cocaine, ecstasy (MDMA), LSD, and methamphetamine (crystal meth). Because cocaine prices have dropped, the number of powder cocaine and ecstasy cases has increased.
New statistics released by The Crime Survey of England and Wales’ Home Office reveal some disturbing numbers that have only worsened over the past decade. According to their statistics, 8.4 percent of 16 to 24 year olds used Class A substances during the 2017-2018 period. Compared to 4.3 percent in 2016-2017, youths today are more involved in these dangerous drugs than we think. It’s also reported that 3.5 percent of people aged 16-59 had taken Class As, an increase from 3 percent in 2007 and 2008.
Addaction, one of the UK’s prominent drug, mental health, and alcohol charities has been watching these number meticulously each year. Jacqueline Baker-Whyte, a worker at Addaction stated the dangers of these drugs saying, “The ‘quality’ is usually poor and the side effects can be horrendous.”
While a majority of users surveyed claimed they only took the substances once or twice a year, organizations must find a way to combat lethal drugs from hitting the streets. At music festivals, drugs have always been an item on the top of the list to keep out. Too many people have lost their lives due to these substances that are either sold or brought into major events. If you or someone you know needs help with drug addition, alcohol, or mental health, check out the Addaction website here to find support.
***READ MORE HERE: UK Drug Use Reaches Record High Levels
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By Real EDM — 1 year ago
Slovenian born and Brooklyn based DJ, Producer, label boss, and crypto-maniac Denis Jašarević, otherwise known as Gramatik, has just begun the North American leg of his Re:Coil Tour. After completing the European leg of the tour prior to the New Year, Gramatik kicked off the North American side of things for a special New Year’s Eve event in New York City. He resumed the run two nights ago in Detroit, played the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago last night, and will be playing an unofficial Super Bowl Pregame show at Skyway Theatre in Minneapolis tonight.
Gramatik dropped his 6-track EP Re:Coil Pt. 1 back in October, 2017, while his European tour was just getting started. The first half of the tour coincided with the release of his personal crypto-token GRMTK, which he launched on November 9th in Zurich, officially becoming the world’s first tokenized artist. During the European leg, fans were treated to Gramatik’s upgraded Re:Coil stage production that he debuted last summer at Red Rocks, featuring a cylindrical DJ booth surrounded by a variety of strategically placed LEDs; the stage design is inspired by the electrical resonant transformer circuit designed by inventor, mechanical engineer and physicist Nikola Tesla. You can read a recap of his Red Rocks show from our friends over at Dancing Astronaut, who provided a very well written description about the inspiration behind the original 2016 “Coil,” updated “Re:Coil” stage design, and how it represents a commentary on today’s political climate.
For this tour, Gramatik has invited an eclectic collection of producers and instrumentalists to take the stage before him. Producer, trumpet player, recent Lowtemp Records signee and ethnomusicologist Will Magid will open up many stops on the tour, playing under his newly rebranded moniker Balkan Bump, which is inspired by musical sounds from every continent. Meanwhile, Møme and exceptional keyboardist Haywyre will also join in on the fun at select stops on the tour.
You can check out all of the Re:Coil tour dates below, and head to the link above to purchase tickets for any of the remaining shows taking place between February and April.
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