The song will be premiered at tele2 Arena in Sweden on May 2nd.
After countless teases and reunions over the years, legendary trio Swedish House MafiaÂ (Axwell, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso) have confirmed that new music is on the way. An orchestral version of their mega-hit “One” will be premiered during their performance at tele2 ArenaÂ in Stockholm on May 2nd.Â
Fans across the entire spectrum of EDM have been buzzing about Swedish House Mafia since they disbanded in 2013, and will undoubtedly be happy about new music. While “One” is not a new track, this new version hints that more new material could be on the way, and should be enough to hold fans over until that time comes.Â Â
Swedish House Mafia reunited last year at Ultra Music FestivalÂ following a five year hiatus that began after they wrapped up their farewell tour with a performance at the 2013 edition of the same event.
H/t: EDM Sauce
Follow Swedish House Mafia:
***READ MORE HERE: Swedish House Mafia Confirm Live Debut of Orchestral Version Of “One”
You Might also like
By Real EDM — 10 months ago
Crankdat’s multi-track remix project drops this week.
Travis Scott‘s latest album,Â Astroworld, gets “Re-Cranked” this week with a series of new remixes from Crankdat. With some of the most widely recognizable remixes in recent memory, Crankdat’s Re-Crank installments never cease to excite even the most demanding bass music fans.Â
With the advent of his forthcoming remix EP, Crankdat continues to demonstrate an ability to transform existing works into high-energy dance music creations.
A defining aspect of Travis Scott’s Astroworld is its penchant for stylistic switches throughout any given track. Utilizing this concept as the foundation for his remix EP, Crankdat creates a dance music parallel. Taking on “No Bystanders,” “Sicko Mode,” and “Wake Up,” respectively, Crankdat embraces Astroworld’s spontaneous nature and further contributes to this multi-genre roller coaster by implementing his own unique twists along the way.Â
As an artist who has frequently embraced the challenge of creating within multiple subgenres of dance music, in many respects this open-ended format is nothing new to Crankdat. With foundations rooted in the fiery realms of dubstep, Crankdat continues to show unmatched versatility throughout this series of releases. From the dubstep-turned breakbeat sounds of “No Bystanders” to the dramatic future-influenced chords of “Wake Up,” Crankdat tests the boundaries of his skill set creating a thrilling listening experience throughout.Â
Listen now to Crankdat’s “No Bystanders” remix above, and stay tuned for the next installments of his Astroworld remix EP dropping over the next two days.Â
***READ MORE HERE: Crankdat Takes Travis Scott to New Heights With Astroworld Remix EP
Source: edm.comPost Views: 0
By Real EDM — 2 years ago
The annualÂ event that takes place every late summer inÂ Black Rock CityÂ has kicked off the holiday weekend with great news: a ticket sale announcement.
And good news, friends: regardless of the news swarming around changes to the event â€“ like their aim to grow to 100,000 people in the coming years â€“ the prices will stay at the same cost as last year. Prices range from $190 to $1,200; vehicle passes remain at $80.
Hereâ€™s the low-down:
- Pre-saleÂ registration begins on January 24th, 2018 at noon PST and closes on January 26th at the same time. You must be registered to be able to purchase them when they go on sale on January 31st. With only 5,000 tickets available, theyâ€™re the priciest of the bunch â€“Â $990 and $1,200 plus fees and taxes.
- The application period for theÂ low income ticket programÂ â€“ a great choice for anyone who wants to get dusty, but canâ€™t afford it â€“ is from Valentineâ€™s Day at noon PST to April 16th at noon PST.
- Directed group saleÂ tickets will become available shortly after. These tickets, which are catered specifically to groups like theme camps, mutant art cars and art installations, requires you to fill out a form between February 13th and February 23rd. The sale runs from February 28th to March 2nd.
- Main SaleÂ registration â€“ and this is where most of you should pay attention â€“ begins on March 21st at noonÂ PST and closes a few days later on March 23 at noon PST. The sale will begin shortly after, on March 28th, at noon PST. Again â€“ you must be registered to buy tickets. Plan accordingly.
Lastly, donâ€™t forget that you can only register in the Main Sale if you did not buy tickets through Directed Group Sale. You can find more details about ticket sales on the Burning Man website.
The excitement begins. Mark your calendars â€“ we hope to see you at )'(ome.
The post Burning Man Announces Ticket Sales, Timeline For 2018 appeared first on EDMTunes.
Read original post here: Burning Man Announces Ticket Sales, Timeline For 2018Post Views: 0
By Real EDM — 10 months ago
After the shocking move that left Ultra Music Festival kicked out of its Bayfront Park home, we are getting our first official glimpse into what moves are being made to work around the problem. There has been a TON of speculation on possible venues both in and out of Miami, but it turns out Ultra has been in talks for a move only a short bit away.
UPDATE: PRESS RELEASE FROM ULTRA
November 2, 2018
For Immediate Release
The Miami City Commission has scheduled a public hearing on November 15th, 2018 to consider a partnership with Event Entertainment Group, Inc., who has proposed launching an innovative production concept that envisions the in-tandem staging of Ultra Music Festival at both the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park, as well as, at Miami Marine Stadium Flex Park, to form a single event site for patrons. This new production concept, which would be a natural progression into the next chapter of Ultraâ€™s story, would be truly transformative.
â€śWhile we are, of course, excited about the current proposal, this potential partnership represents so much more than Ultraâ€™s impact on either South Florida or on the development of innovative production elementsâ€¦â€ť says Russell Faibisch, Ultraâ€™s Co-Founder and CEO.
Under the current proposal, operating funds are to clear a path to building Miami-Dade Countyâ€™s first African-American Museum on the Historic Virginia Key Beach and Ultra is honored to help pay tribute to that very important legacy.
â€śThis particular proposal was driven equally by our sense of corporate social responsibilityâ€ť says Faibisch. â€śOur vision, with the assistance of environmentalists and other stakeholders, is to become the standard bearer in reducing environmental impact in the festival spaceâ€ť added an Ultra Spokesperson.
The Ultra family would be privileged to be entrusted with, and is committed to, both safeguarding and showcasing one of Miamiâ€™s historic and cultural treasures, its natural environment, critical wildlife and other sacred elements on the island.
â€śWe want the beach to be used. It is another activity going to Virginia Key Beach and we love thatâ€ť according to community activist Irby McKnight. Plus, â€śit is an out of the way location, there are no condos, no residentsâ€¦â€ťâ€ť As to the current proposal, Mr. McKnight stated that, â€śit will bring revenue to help cherish the historic nature and we will have something to keep it going.â€ť Mr. McKnight is a longtime community activist in Overtown who was appointed by Commissioner Audrey Edmonson to serve on the Miami-Dade Oversight Board representing the Overtown constituents.
Currently, Ultra invites to the City of Miami, local attendees as well as, those from over 100 other countries. Ultra-branded music festivals are also produced in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, South America with home base always being our very own City of Miami.
For us, Miami is home.
Ultraâ€™s 2019 event is scheduled to be staged on March 29, 30th, and 31st.
Ultra organizers and city officials confirmed that negotiations are underway to move Ultra near Miami Marine Stadium on Virginia Key. Apparently, since the vote went down city officials have been quietly discussing terms to hold the festival on the Rickenbacker Causeway where the Miami International Boat Show has been held for the past 2 years.
Ultra says they want to host the festival in two â€śin-tandemâ€ť spaces on the island: a park next to the Miami Marine Stadium and Historic Virgina Key Beach Park. While this venue is actually gorgeous and even closer to the beach that Bayfront, it means the festival would be split into 2 distinct areas. Virginia Beach Historic Park actually hosted the Rapture Electronic Music Festival during Miami Music Week for the past many years on Thursdays.
â€śWhile we are, of course, excited about the current proposal, this potential partnership represents so much more than Ultraâ€™s impact on either South Florida or on the development of innovative production elementsâ€ť â€“ Russ Faibisch
A vote has been scheduled for November 15 and City Manager has placed the item on the meeting agenda, as required under notice requirements. He is confident the contract will be finalized prior to the meeting. The proposed deal includes money for the construction of an African American Museum at the beach park. Ultra will also work with authorities to avoid any environmental problems such as those created by the boat show. At this point the value of the contract is unknown, but we will keep you posted on breaking details.
The post BREAKING: Ultra Negotiating Move to Miamiâ€™s Virginia Key appeared first on EDMTunes.
***READ MORE HERE: BREAKING: Ultra Negotiating Move to Miamiâ€™s Virginia Key
Source: edmtunes.comPost Views: 0