Feeling SNBRN ‘d
SNBRN is back with his first single since unveiling his three-track U Want It EP on Ultra earlier this year. “If I Can’t Have You” is a vocal anthem led by Harloe’s powerhouse vocals and backed by SNBRN’s classic keyboard crescendos.
SNBRN knows how to throw down a summer track. This beat screams pool parties.
He’s currently touring, with shows across the US including major city stops in New York, Chicago, New Orleans, Boston, and plenty more.
Make sure you catch him live!
SNBRN TOUR DATES
Jul 14 – Ynot Dock – New Orleans, LA
Jul 15 – Shephard’s Beach Resort – Clearwater, FL
Jul 20 – Bang Bang – San Diego, CA
Aug 11 – Elements Festival – New York, NY
Aug 12 – Moonrise Festival – Baltimore, MD
Aug 18 – Boat Cruise Summer Series – Boston, MA
Aug 25 – Wicked Delight @ Sea Boat Party – Los Angeles, CA
Jan 9 – Holy Ship – Cape Canaveral, FL
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***READ MORE HERE: SNBRN Drops Upbeat Summer Anthem “If I Can’t Have You” ft. Harloe [Listen]
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By Real EDM — 2 months ago
EDC Mexico just announced who will take the festival stage for next year’s edition.
Insomniac curates events that have cultivated a following from music lovers around the world. Their most notable, Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC), has expanded to many diverse homes – including Mexico. Today, the event producers in partnership with OCESA have announced their 2019 lineup, integrating the best for EDM and emerging artists from South America. Over 120 global names have been revealed for this year’s roster.
On Saturday, February 23rd and 24th, Mexico City will host a variety of heavy hitters such as Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, GG Magree, Gryffin, Kygo, RL Grime, Polo & Pan, Skrillex, and Solardo. The star-studded event will also welcome local up and comers Flor Capistran, Jessica Audiffred, Los Dutis, Mariana BO and Nortec Collective.
For its unique lineup and location, the event promises an experience that cannot be replicated anywhere else. Next year is set to have advanced production, new stages and other innovative elements that fans have never seen before. The two-day event will take place at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez and you can grab GA and VIP tickets here.
EDC Mexico is the country’s largest music festival to date. Insomniac has developed more than 2,000 music events for almost 5 million attendees around the world.
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***READ MORE HERE: EDC Mexico to Welcome Over 120 Global Artists in 2019
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By Real EDM — 1 year ago
What a year it has been for Valentino Khan. Playing at some of the grandest music festivals in the world to producing a handful of incredible tracks, 2017 has definitely been one of Khan’s biggest years in music. We got a chance to sit down with Valentino to discuss topics including future releases, dream collab, and WWE. Check out our interview with him below.
EDMTunes: From playing at festivals like Tomorrowland and Ultra to collaborating with Sean Paul, you’ve had a really big year in 2017. What can we expect from you in 2018 musically?
VK – Just a bunch of singles that have a bunch of different sounds to them. What’s really important is to stay versatile and continue to give people different looks. I have a bunch of new music that I am currently wrapping up and ready to put out in 2018.
Looking ahead, you already have a few gigs scheduled for 2018. One that stands out is Holy Ship where you’re playing alongside DJs including Jauz, NGHTMRE and Testpilot. What is it like to perform on a huge boat as compared to a festival or a club? What are you looking forward to the most about Holy Ship?
VK – I have played Holy Ship a couple of times already before and it is one of my favorite things to play to be honest because you’re just on a boat for a few days with some of your close friends and even the fans on the boat too, they are very respectful and it just has a very enjoyable vibe. Playing on their is just as fun too, it’s just like a party that does not stop for 4 days basically. I am definitely looking forward to it and just hanging out with everyone.
You have produced a handful of iconic house anthems in your career such as ‘Deep Down Low’ and ‘Pump’. How does your approach to creating that genre with a track like Pump differ to your production process with a track like “Gold” with Sean Paul?
VK – It’s just a completely different sound. You just kind of have to approach it differently. For ‘Deep Down Low’ and ‘Pump’, I just laid down the vocals to those songs but with Sean Paul, I laid the beat down about an hour before he came to the studio and he just really went in on the song and really nailed it. He didn’t write anything down, just came in and knew everything at the top of his head which I thought was really impressive. Just gives the sign that he’s a true artist.
Having released records on Skrillex’s OWSLA, Diplo’s Mad Decent, and now having a track with Sean Paul, what are some other artists or DJs you wish to collab with? Any upcoming collabs that are in progress that you can discuss?
I started something with Yellow Claw that we are currently working on right now actually and some other collaborations that I can’t go into right now. I think it would be really cool to collab with someone like Boys Noize, someone that has a unique sound, I’ve found his style really interesting since I’ve gotten into dance music so would be cool to collab with someone like him.
Prior to becoming a touring DJ, you produced music for rappers including T.I., 2 Chainz and B.O.B. What made you decide to transition from being a background producer to pursuing a career as a touring artist?
VK – It just kind of happened that way. I still do both sides of things. I just produced a track for Dizzee Rascal so it’s not so much of a transition but just adding to where I am at right now. Also touring, and being your own artist just takes up a lot of time but I still enjoy doing one as much as the other. Just provide the coolest and dopest music that I can provide around them while being your own artist at the same time.
You are currently in the midst of the NGHTMRE Before Xmas Tour. How does touring with NGHTMRE differ from your past touring with Zomboy on the Rott N’ Roll tour?
VK – There isn’t anything crazy different about these tours, they are just really cool humble guys that we can all be friends and get along and play these shows together. We just love to play music and hang out together.
Based on your social media posts, I can tell you’re a WWE fan. Did you grow up loving WWE, or is it a recent love? Who were some of your favorite wrestlers growing up? Who is your current favorite superstar?
VK – I grew up watching it in my late teens, my favorites growing up were definitely Stone Cold Steve Austin and Chris Jericho and then I just went through a period where I didn’t watch it but now I kind of just jumped back into it. Being able to go to it live is incredible, there’s nothing else like it, it’s almost like watching a real-life superhero. My current favorites now are probably Brock Lesnar and Braun Strowman. WWE has always been very hospitable to us.
Is there anything else we can share with our readers about what to expect from you in the coming year?
VK – The music video for ‘Gold’ just released so check that out and from there, just stay tuned for a bunch of new singles and even some giveaways around Christmas.
Check out the music video for Valentino Khan and Sean Paul’s ‘Gold’ below!
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By Real EDM — 3 months ago
The emerging producer showcases his versatility with this new release.
Rising talent Hanz recently teamed up with vocalist emawk on “Ambivalence,” the producer’s latest release on Majestic Casual. The Norwegian talent (real name Thomas Bråttvik) showcases his versatility with the smooth song, as it hints back to numerous previous releases while still encapsulating a new artistic direction.
Smooth chords and atmospheres fill out the background as emawk’s vocals steal the show, before strings and warm piano chords are introduced in the bridge. Against the backdrop of its minimal drum pattern, the song’s short, clicky sounds further contribute to its warm feeling.
On the topic of “Ambivalence,” Bråttvik said:
When i started the writing process for “Ambivalence,” it was winter and my hometown was covered in snow. This winter was especially long and even though the snow was beautiful, I was getting very tired of it. This inspired me to make something with a clear contrast. Soft and tender chords with hard and knocking drums. The song is my way of capturing the feeling of ambivalence. Conflicted and unsure.
Hanz’ emergence on Soundcloud has been rapid. The producer uploaded his first track, “Monday,” less than two years ago, and has since collaborated with artists such as vowl., Adustio, Røhaan and Still Haze. Back in June he landed his biggest collaboration yet, working with KRANE on anthemic “Momentum” (which was featured in KRANE’s Sessions Vol. 2 project).
Stream or download “Ambivalence” featuring emawk by Hanz across platforms here.
***READ MORE HERE: Rising Producer Hanz Shares “Ambivalence” ft. emawk on Majestic Casual
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