Carte Blanche by DJ Snake is due out later in the month.
After teasing his upcoming album for nearly two months, DJ Snake has finally offered up an official release date for the effort. The Parisian DJ/producer has announced that Carte Blanche will arrive on July 26th of 2019.
DJ Snake (real name William Sami Étienne Grigahcine) has remained tight lipped about the songs comprising Carte Blanche. If a rumored tracklist serves as any indication, however, collaborations with Tchami, Malaa and Zomboy will be among the music included on the album.
Grigahcine has proven himself a consistent hitmaker – not only in the world of EDM, but in hip-hop as well. In addition to wildly popular releases like his 2013 remix of Alunageorge‘s “You Know You Like It” and his 2015 Major Lazer collaboration “Lean On,” he’s joined forces with rappers like Tyga, G-Eazy and Rich The Kid.
Meanwhile, DJ Snake will resume touring with a performance at Boom, Belgium festival Tomorrowland on July 20th, 2019.
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By Real EDM — 9 months ago
As a DJ, your USB is perhaps the most important thing in your possession at the club. It contains all the specifically selected and formatted tracks you need to rock the CDJs. So when someone takes your USB when you leave the DJ booth to greet fans, it’s understandably upsetting. This is exactly the situation that led Lee Burridge to make a long Facebook post on November 13th addressed to an unknown culprit.
A thief at Return to Rio in Sydney, Australia not only caused offense to Burridge personally, but also can potentially ruin quite a few things for many people. Many artists, Burridge included, keep unreleased tracks from friends and colleagues on their USBs. And as the leading force of All Day I Dream, Burridge holds many pre-released tracks on his drive.
As of now, Lee has explained that he will gladly overlook the theft “if you return the USB and don’t add it to your iTunes”. He also included the “fact there was 360 degree camera on stage”, and you can bet that they will be checking it.
You can read Lee’s entire post below, or on his Facebook page. Undoubtedly a video will surface with evidence. Until then we can only hope that the person who decided taking someone else’s flash drive is nice enough to bring it back. And without adding it to their iTunes!
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By Real EDM — 10 months ago
A mix of funk, soul and electronic music, “In My Mind” is perfect for those lazy Sundays.
Late Night Radio‘s newest electro-funk release, “In My Mind,” is not only a groovy and soulful track – it’s also pretty empowering. With lush guitar riffs that bring you back to better times and Julianna Reed‘s smooth delivery of the lyrics, it’s no wonder why.
And those of you who are fans of Chromeo, Cut Copy and maybe even Big Gigantic and Gramatik will definitely dig this funky tune.
Although the track is upbeat and all of the instruments create a fun and happy sound, the most positive aspect of the whole song is the lyrics. The chorus alone is a confidence booster:
“You can put up a wall, but I’ll climb ’til I find a way. They can tell me I’m wrong and I’ll try just another day. You can talk all you want but you’ll hear what I’ve got to say. You can push ’til I fall and I’ll rise until I fly away.”
Of course, the rest of the lyrics also relay the same message of not giving up and letting other people bring you down too – which is something we all need to hear every once in a while to keep us going.
This especially rings true for Alex Medellin, the man behind Late Night Radio and one of Denver’s newest sensations. Growing up, Medellin studied piano and guitar, but it wasn’t until 2011 that he started his music career scoring commercials and online videos. After that he bounced from one place to the other, going from New Orleans to Austin to Temecula and finally in settling down in Colorado where he started producing and releasing his own original tracks full time by 2014.
Not to say that during those traveling years he didn’t release any music. He released quite a few EPs including Concrete College in 2012, Far Into the Night in 2013, Soap Box in 2014 and Reflective Tangents in 2016. However, it was the latter that actually did amazingly well with the album reaching over two million Spotify streams.
As a pioneer of an electronic dance music subgenres that may not be super popular right now, Medellin is doing everything he can to keep being innovative and dedicated to his craft. He explains The easiest way to describe my music is electronic music for people who don’t really like electronic music,” he’s said. “There’s hip-hop bass and beats, which keep it relevant. However, I’m taking it into new territory.”
On November 9th, Medellin will be releasing his longest project to date: an 11-track album titled Sunday. Iff it’s filled with other emotionally charged tracks like “In My Mind,” it’ll undoubtably garner much praise from electro-funk fans all over the world.
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By Real EDM — 6 months ago
HARBER and Lexy Panterra release their much-anticipated collaboration “More Than You” through 450 Music.
Today, HARBER and Lexy Panterra released their much-anticipated collaboration, “More Than You” through 450 Music. A high-energy anthem that combines tropical and festival vibes with Lexy’s sexy vocals, “More Than You” comes just in time for festival season, and will surely leave you wanting more — and more, and more!
Co-written by Kate Morgan (songwriter of The Chainsmokers “Hope” and the U.S. gold-certified DVBBS x Blackbear “IDWK”), “More Than You” illustrates a passionate love affair with the night. Fusing the sultry vocal performance of talented Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Lexy Panterra with HARBER’s catchy signature sound, “More Than You” incorporates elements of EDM, pop, Latin, crossover, reggae, and moombahton. It’s an undefinable genre-hybrid in a league of its very own.
Close on the heels of the song’s release, the official “More Than You” music video, directed by Zane Productions, is set to be released on March 22nd. Telling the story of a young woman’s love affair with the night, the video’s symbolic representation of the “night” (that she just can’t seem to rid herself of) pursues her throughout her day.View the original article to see embedded media.
Filmed across various historic Los Angeles locations, the video depicts “how the night can set us free,” giving us more than the monotony and repetitiveness that our routine, everyday lives may offer. Coinciding with the release of the music video comes the “More Than You” remixes, which include the HARBER VIP Remix, AmPm Remix, Modern Machines Remix, and MIMO Remix.
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