Originally from the east coast, Gold Dash was brought together during the two members studies in Nashville, TN. Camden Moser and Timothy Swierzewski create the indie electronic duo’s unique sound in their independently built studio 15 minutes from the heart of the city. In 2015, Gold Dash gained notoriety as a Jersey Club DJ act. After the release of their single “love U” on Autograf’s Future Factory imprint, they found themselves wanting to branch out of the “Club” music they had inadvertently pigeon holed themselves into. After dedicating 9 months to the build out and use of their studio, they are excited to bring their Citrus EP to the world. The first taste of the forthcoming project is “Feel It Now” a feel-good indie rock single that sounds heavily influenced by Tame Impala and The Gorillaz.
Retreat To Euphoria with The Raneem Remix of “Island From Mars” by Sean Norvis, OUT NOW!
“Island From Mars” by Sean Norvis, receives the golden touch by Raneem with a sexy remix that will leave you daydreaming of lying on a majestic beach with a cocktail in hand on exotic islands such as Ibiza or Curacao, as you stare out into the unknown of the light green sea before you and the deep blue sky above you.
The title says it all on ISLAND FROM MARS, as tropical melodies and balearic beats sweep listeners away to fantasies of majestic lands. Then, just as listeners enter a hypnotic state of mind, a mysterious synth carries the track from soft opening to energetic party banger, ensuing the desire to step out of pure relaxation and into the mood to dance and groove.
Los Angeles, CA – Milan’s Lush & Simon and Montreal’s Paris & Simo prepare for global domination with the VIP edit of the progressive monster “Drop The Pressure.” Aptly now named “NY 2 LA”, the record raises a glass to two of the most music-centric cities in the world, while the quadruple threat djs deliver a potpourri of fluttery synths, robotic vocals, and dangerous drops. This updated mix is sure to boom from main stages coast-to-coast just like the original did, as David Guetta, Benny Benassi, Fedde Le Grand, and many more top-class djs supported the track.
With an extensive résumé of releases on legendary dance imprints like Revealed, Armada, Ultra, Protocal and Spinnin’, Lush & Simon bring to Dim Mak the captivating energy that’s garnered them eight Beatport Top 10 releases in just 2015 and 2016 alone. Of those, “Warriors (feat. KiFi and BullySongs)” took the #3 spot, proving the duo’s ability to continuously ascent since breaking on the scene with 2013’s #1 DMC Buzz Charting “Adrenaline.”
Ahead of his unprecedented sold out shows in Los Angeles, Kaskade reveals a special rework of the enigmatic ZHU’s track ‘In the Morning.’ Played by the esteemed Zane Lowe as a ‘World First’ on Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio, this is one of the biggest dance songs of 2016 – the joint efforts from two of the most credible artists right now. The release debuts ahead of ZHU’s closing set at this year’s Coachella a year after Kaskade set the record for the largest crowd in attendance in the festival’s storied history.
2016 looks set to be a standout one for the phantom producer. Having created a unique universe including a clothing line and an upcoming short film around his diverse electronic sounds, ZHU will follow his Coachella debut by heading off on his headlining ‘Neon City’ tour, supported by rapidly rising RnB sensation, Gallant. The tour, with 10 dates sold out already, some within hours, promises to be an audio/visual tour-de-force as ZHU invites people into his world, complete with futuristic stage design. A Global Top 100 artist according to Spotify, ZHU boast fans in the likes of Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, FADER, New York Times , and an impressive array of a collaborations, including Alunageorge, Bone Thugs ‘N’ Harmony and A-Trak.
Current U.S. single, “Working For It”, featuring Skrillex and THEY., has accumulated almost 50 million total online streams in a few short months and was recently certified GOLD in Australia. With his debut album set for this year and lives shows afoot, ZHU looks set to continue his rise this year.
MTA Records signee Kove has remixed Craig David and Blonde’s huge new single “Nothing Like This.” Giving the garage-tinged original a high-octane drum n bass makeover, Kove’s take on the single out now, as part of the forthcoming Nothing Like This Remixes EP.
Since its release on March 18th, “Nothing Like This” has been a huge success; having already been added to Radio 1 and 1Xtra’s B list, it’s now holding down the #7 spot in the Shazam UK Top 100 chart.
The track was conceived when Blonde invited Craig David to collaborate on a track last year, having been long-term fans of the UK garage legend. It turns out Craig was also a big fan of Blonde. They started to send ideas back and forth between London and Miami, and “Nothing Like This” was born. Blonde first unveiled the track during their sold-out debut UK headline tour last autumn, which culminated at London’s Village Underground. The duo are now working on their forthcoming debut album, which promises a wealth of surprises and special collaborations.
Signed to Chase and Status’s highly respected label MTA Records, Kove not only has two major US tours under his belt but will also be familiar to many from his regular slots at some of the UK’s most important festivals. He’s become well-known for his high-quality DnB remixes, having previously lent his talents to tracks from John Newman, Foxes, Bastille and Chase and Status.
After their 10 Year Anniversary last year and an fantastic start into this year with many new stuff, Stoneface & Terminal have now released ‘Spectre’, a brand new single on Euphonic.
‘Spectre’ is out now and already got early support by Armin van Buuren, Markus Schulz, Ferry Corsten, Andrew Rayel and many more.
Soundcloud Preview: https://soundcloud.com/stoneterm/spectre-at-global-dj-broadcast
Khomha and Ronski Speed played Glow at Soundcheck on March 31, 2016.
Here are some HIGHLIGHTS from the night:
EDMforLife: You began DJing in clubs at the tender age of 12. When most kids that age are staying over friend’s homes on the weekends pulling all-nighters having video game challenges, you’re DJing? How did you get that first break?
Danny Avila: I started to DJ out at about 14 I think. It went very slowly. I didn’t have a track that was really up there. Everything was step by step over time. I think the biggest decision I made was I was living in a small town, and one day I said, “I’m going to move to Madrid, Spain, and try to meet people, get around, and try to play more shows.” So I left school, I left everything, and I went to Madrid. That was like the biggest, the craziest, decision I ever made.
It was all fun, antics, friends, cold beverages, stunning ocean views, and music courtesy of our friends, Cosmic Gate, when they sailed the Biscayne Lady during Miami Music Week. As an added bonus at the decks they brought along Mark Sixma and Roberto Gonzalez.
Here are some HIGHLIGHTS from the day:
In a look back to Ultra Music Festival Miami, March 2011, legends Duran Duran played a mesmerizing main stage set epitomizing the synth pop and new wave branch of electronic dance music. While their early works are now timeless masterpieces, they’ve unveiled decades of visionary expertise and now continue to thrive in the contemporary evolution of their unwavering career. This Friday Duran Duran brings that same enlightenment and indoctrination of their genre to The Verizon Center in Washington DC.
Duran Duran: The Paper Gods Tour
with Chic featuring Nile Rodgers
Friday, April 8
TICKETS now on sale.