Los Angeles’s Minimal Effort shares their Halloween lineup with us!
The cats out of the bag! Minimal Effort’s All Hallow’s Eve has revealed their phase 1 lineup for the LA event! On Halloween weekend, the west coasters will be celebrating with Boys Noize, Ardalan presents Ardy Pardy, Audiofly, BUTCH, Christian Martin, Human Resources, Kill Frenzy and more in downtown Los Angeles!
House and techno will come together at this unique underground experience, bringing in an array of vibrant talent. What’s special about this event is its intimacy and magical ambiance at the historic Belasco Theater. Be a part of this beautiful community and celebrate Halloween in style!
Mark your calendars for October 28th and grab your tickets here!
***READ MORE HERE: Minimal Effort Thrills Us With Their First Wave Of Artists
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By Real EDM — 3 months ago
This heavy hitting bass producer is back with his Threat EP.
Downlink, who frequently works with heavy hitters like Excision, Korn, and is a founding member of Destroid, is back with the first single off of his Threat EP. Threat is filled with the dubstep we know and love Downlink for, with riddim and trap influences sprinkled throughout. This will be Downlink’s first solo EP in almost 7 years, and we are thrilled to present the first track he’s released.
“Threat”, the title track off the EP, opens ominously. The heavy bass line is interrupted by sirens and a fast hardstyle drumline before the drop, with a wild rhythm and intense pace preceding the insane dubstep womps. You can definitely expect this one to take the crowd by storm and break a few necks.
Following the release of this EP, fans can look forward to an Uplink Audio North American tour announcement.
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***READ MORE HERE: Downlink’s New Single is a Major “Threat” [Premiere]
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By Real EDM — 4 weeks ago
The beloved Marshmello has gained worldwide success with chart-topping singles such as ‘Silence‘, ‘Chasing Colors‘ featuring Ookay and Noah Cyrus, ‘Keep It Mello‘ featuring Omar LinX, ‘Wolves‘ featuring Selena Gomez, among many more! However, it was his hit track ‘Alone‘ that truly put him on the map.
Triumphs are no stranger to the American producer. Forbes reported that back in 2017 that the DJ had earned himself a whopping $21 Million dollars over 12 months! Adding to his long list of accomplishments, the twenty-six-year-old has recently reached the one billion view mark on YouTube.
This impressive achievement is one that not many artists get the opportunity to conquer. PSY‘s ‘Gangnam Style‘, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee‘s ‘Despacito‘, and Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth‘s ‘See You Again‘ are some of the rare few that have met the goal, earning them a spot in the short, yet historic, list.
Congratulations are in order for the talented musician! This triumph does not go unnoticed, and ultimately, proves that even a marshmallow doesn’t have to feel so lonely. A billion views in support of his music is simply outstanding!
Check Out The Infamous Clip Below:
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By Real EDM — 1 month ago
Last month, we reported that two partygoers had tragically passed away from suspected drug overdoses at the Defqon.1 Festival. The troublesome incidents resulted in the Premier Gladys Berejiklian declaring that she never wants to see the “event held in Sydney or New South Wales ever again”. Recently, the ACT Greens member Shane Rottenbury has offered a great alternative solution that may ultimately be the start of a compromise for the event.
Rottenbury suggested bringing the notorious event to Canberra, the capital of Australia and the eighth-largest city overall. His proposal via a letter addressed to the festival organizers, Q-Dance, also indicated that the event itself could work to “minimize drug harm for festival patrons” through testing.
“I see no good reason not to have this festival here, it’s a big event, we want to see more things like this happening in Canberra,” Rottenbury said.
“We need to have a spectrum of opportunities for people when it comes to entertainment and something like Defqon can fit into that and it can be a great economic opportunity for this city as well.” He continued.
With an event of this proportion, the ACT Greens member believes that the fest could provide an economic boost for the stunning destination.
When touching base on the controversial subject of pill testing, he stated:
“I’d prefer people didn’t take pills when they went to festivals but in the real world they do, and that’s what we need to prepare though. […] The Greens want to do our best to ensure festival-goers have a good time in the safest ways possible, rather than taking avoidable risks.”
Q-Dance has yet to reply to the letter. We look forward to seeing what comes about the reasonable suggestion. Do you believe that Defqon.1 should continue to be allowed to take place, despite its unfortunate past?
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