Marshmello is no stranger to dominating mainstages all across the globe. This time around, it wasn’t his typical EDM stage, but the stage on Good Morning America. Marshmello and Bastille graced the stage of Good Morning America to play their newest track ‘Happier‘. Marshmello has had numerous Billboard Hot 100 tracks in the past and ‘Happier‘ is currently number 3 on the list. Also, it is number 3 on the UK Singles Chart.
‘Happier’ has a deeper meaning than most songs out there. The lyrics suggest that they want their partner to be happy and that leaving will make that happen. Although, they still doubt that leaving is making the right decision. The music video is inspired by the bond between a dog and its owner. You can watch Marshmello and Bastille perform ‘Happier’ below:
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By Real EDM — 1 year ago
QUIX has really seen his stock take off in 2017. Initially receiving significant recognition from Mad Decent in 2015, the native of New Zealand successfully made his mark on the scene in clubs across New Zealand and Australia, before bringing his aggressive and wonky style of bass and trap music stateside in 2016. In 2017, QUIX released his debut EP, smashed a Diplo & Friends mix, was featured on Boombox Cartel’s debut EP & Krane’s debut album, and collaborated on tracks with the likes of Ekali, Loudpvck and What So Not. After all that, there’s still more. With the arrival of the holidays, QUIX is still in a giving mood; in celebration of Thanksgiving, he has just released a brand new pack of edits, including his highly sought after version of Excision’s “Throwin’ Elbows,” a track that bass music fans have undoubtedly heard in various sets over the last few months.
Along with his nasty Excision flip, the new remix pack includes heavy trap mashups of QUIX’s own production underneath quintessential mid-2000s pop punk tracks “Misery” by Paramore & “Thnks fr th Mmrs” by Fall Out Boy, as well as pieces of tracks by Boombox Cartel & NGHTMRE. You can download all of the edits for free at the link below, and if you haven’t yet, give his debut EP Heaps Cool a listen below.
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By Real EDM — 3 months ago
Well that was fast wasn’t it? On Friday Rapture Electronic Music Festival filed a federal lawsuit against Ultra, the City of Miami, and the Virginia Key Beach Historic Trust alleging they conspired to violate the Sherman Act by booking Ultra for the same time Rapture was supposed to be held.
The Judge quickly responded by tossing the lawsuit for fatal flaws in the Complaint. The lawsuit failed to demonstrate how Rapture has any standing to bring the lawsuit. Why? Both Ultra and Rapture have filed an application to hold their festivals at Virginia Key Beach. To date, neither application has been granted or denied. Therefore, no injury has actually occurred yet. That wasn’t the only flaw in this dubious lawsuit.
The Judge didn’t hold back in the Order:
Additionally, the Complaint fails on its face to plausibly allege any unlawful conspiracy
or anticompetitive arrangement between Defendants. Plaintiff relies exclusively on conclusory allegations of conspiracy backed by no factual allegations whatsoever. Besides nearly two-dozen conclusory allegations of unlawful collusion, Plaintiff’s case seems to hinge almost entirely on the following allegation: “[t]he ridiculousness of allowing Ultra music festival in such an environmentally friendly location is absurd and a clear signal of an antitrust violation.”
With that the Judge tossed Rapture’s lawsuit, however Rapture has 1 opportunity to amend its Complaint and try again. Rapture has until February 13 to try again – and that is their last chance.
The Court warns Plaintiff that this will be Plaintiff’s one and only chance to amend. If
the Court must dismiss the complaint again for failure to state a claim, it will do so with
You can read the full court filing from the Judge below. We will update you as this story develops.
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By Real EDM — 6 months ago
This is the title track off of Vicetone’s forthcoming EP, Elements
Dutch duo Vicetone (real names Ruben den Boer and Victor Pool) and American Idol alum Haley Reinhart have linked up on the release of their latest track, “Something Strange.” Accompanying the track is the music video that portrays the conflict and struggle that comes with being in a relationship. Their latest single follows their musical tribute to Avicii, “South Beach,” and the uber-successful “Walk Thru Fire.”
“Something Strange” is an upbeat, pop-centric track with a not-so-upbeat meaning. The song has a great four on the floor drum pattern that drives the pre-chorus into the danceable drop. Its chorus consists of a steady drumbeat, chordal stags, and a repetitive and catchy keyboard melody. As with “South Beach,” you can really hear Avicii’s influence on the duo. Reinhart’s clean vocals pair perfectly with the toe-tapping beat.
Boer and Pool became a match made in EDM heaven at the ripe age of fifteen. Their love of dance music and video games blossomed into a beautiful friendship. As time went on the two decided to take their passion for music and channel it into remixes. These remixes of artists like Adele, Maroon 5, and Calvin Harris garnered enough attention to motivate them to produce their own tracks.
Fast forward to 2018, and they are at the top of their game. The duo is just off their North American tour and about to release their new EP, Elements.
Reinhart is most notably known for her time on the tenth season of American Idol, where she made it all the way to the top three. This September she released “Don’t Know How to Love You,” the lead single from her upcoming fourth studio album set for release in 2019.
Stream or download Vicetone’s “Something Strange” featuring Haley Reinhart across platforms here.
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