One month from its second edition, TomorrowWorld unveils its “The Arising of Life” theme. One of the most anticipated events in the country, the festival’s pristine production and expansive lineup are set to make history in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia this September. Secure your tickets here today.
August 27, 2014 in Music
Out now on Dim Mak Records, “Are We Faded” marks the official return of Keys N Krates ahead of their highly anticipated Every Nite EP. With a debut on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show as well as on the highly influential YouTube channel All Trap Music, the tune has already seen support from the likes of Hudson Mohawke, Machinedrum, WhatSoNot, and Plastician. With almost 100k views on YouTube and over 330k plays on Soundcloud, “Are We Faded” is already well on its way to becoming a staple through the remainder of the summer festival season and beyond.
After several months of patient waiting, fans of the three-piece live electronic sensation known as Keys N Krates are about to be rewarded by Every Nite, the fresh new EP from the Canadian musical masterminds. Still flying high off the success of their undeniably catchy hit “Dum Dee Dum,” Keys N Krates are ready to launch into the next phase of their journey with this 6 track offering, which aptly demonstrates their evolution as a band, as well as their loyalty to the unique fusion of hip-hop and electronic music that they’re known for. Set for release on September 23, Every Nite displays the seamless blend and complementary juxtaposition between the drums, keys, turntables, and live sampling that so clearly distinguishes Keys N Krates.
In celebration of the Every Nite EP, Keys N Krates are embarking on a massive fall tour, co-headlining with Gladiator and with support from Thugli, that will take them across the expanse of North America. Aside from their noteworthy talent as producers and studio musicians, Keys N Krates truly set themselves apart by their performances, where they bring their live electronic instrumentation to the stage together as a band. With stops in Los Angeles, Denver, Boston, Philadelphia, Phoenix, and countless more, Keys N Krates are canvassing the continent making sure no fan gets left behind.
August 27, 2014 in Music
You know Monday nights are hot when DJs Tiesto, Erick Morillo and Snake show up — ALL AT THE SAME TIME — to hangout in the booth with you on their off-night! Such was the scene at Carnage’s hugely popular “Carnage Mondays in Black and White” party at MARQUEE Nightclub & Dayclub in Las Vegas earlier this week. I mean, what could possibly be a better endorsement of your party-rockin’ skillz?!
Out to show the world that “music sounds better when it’s Enhanced,” Dutch rising stars Estiva and Juventa have been granted the helm for Volume 4 of the acclaimed Enhanced Sessions series and have delivered a sensational 2-disc, 38-track compilation featuring 20 unreleased productions, and tracks and remixes from the likes of Estiva and Juventa, plus Tritonal, BT, Dyro, Myon & Shane 54, LTN and more.
Set to release on September 22 through Enhanced Music, Volume 4 marks praised producer Estiva’s third appearance and 19-year-old wunderkind Juventa’s debut on the Enhanced Sessions series. With 2014 holding smash hits from Estiva like his 3 Strikes EP and “Wait Forever,” and highly-regarded releases from Juventa like “Superhuman”, “Move Into Light” and “Culture Flow,” Enhanced Sessions Vol. 4 is sure to be another credible benchmark for ‘the label that delivers tune after tune’ (Mixmag).
Bringing you some of the best in forward thinking dance music, the collection features three fresh, new productions from Estiva: “Feel Right,” “Voices” and “Let It Go,” and four new tracks from Juventa titled “Superhuman,” “Woolloomooloo,” “SHWDWN,” and “Torque.” Accompanying the lengthy list of premieres will be label co-owners Tritonal’s third and final EP in their Metamorphic series, as well as an impressive remix of their massive hit “Colors” from the compilation mixers themselves. The release of Volume 4 also marks the start of a new era for the popular weekly “Enhanced Sessions” radio show, as Estiva and Juventa join Tritonal every Monday as co-hosts.
Keep an eye on www.enhancedmusic.com for Juventa and Estiva’s Enhanced Sessions Album Tour which has been hitting venues across Australia, Europe and North America this summer!
August 27, 2014 in Music
Electronic music producer and unique voice Zhu – known for his anonymity as well as his seductive productions—has been heralded as “alluring” by Prefix upon the arrival of his debut “Faded.” Now, Big Gigantic, known for their interpretation of traditional DJ-based music with saxophones and drums, have successfully created a unique version of the song that fits right in line with the massive melodic house movement on the verge of explosion right now.
The reveal of the song comes on the wake of Big Gigantic’s Touch The Sky Tour announcement. The month-long tour launches on October 8 at the House of Blues in Cleveland, OH right after Big Giantic performs at their third annual “Rowdytown III” show at Red Rocks Amphitheater September 26 & 27 and with Bassnectar at the famed Madison Square Garden in New York City October 4. The pair mostly keep east of the Mississippi, making stops in such markets as Grand Rapids, St. Louis, Kansas City, Urbana, IL, Little Rock, Memphis, Birmingham, Chattanooga, Philadelphia, Detroit, Atlanta and more. Named after The Night Is Young album cut “Touch the Sky”—an electro-leaning dance track drizzled with jazzy sax tones courtesy of Big Gigantic’s Dominic Lalli and live drums per Jeremy Salken—the tour will capture Big Gigantic’s explosive live show at every stop. Sandwiched between their headlining dates will also be four shows featuring Big Gigantic supporting their good friend and recent Bonnaroo Superjam collaborator Skrillex in Columbus, Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Amherst, MA.
Two of the UK’s most prolific shapeshifters, Andy Moor and Lange, have joined forces for a driving, pulsating track that gives the often-abused PR power phrase highly anticipated record true meaning. ‘Top Of The World’ features a stunning display of inspired synth work and drum patterns, melded with distinguishable trademark aural elements. The track’s added punch comes by way of elusive songbird, ‘Fenja’, with a hedonistic vocal refrain that is as contagious as it is resonant. Together the trance triple threat delivers a single magnum opus that won’t soon be forgotten.
As recently played on back to back episodes of A State of Trance, as well as gaining support from nearly every other fellow major player, Top Of The World illustrates how each of these internationally recognized icons continue to craft the sonic blueprints of melodic heart-thumping hit records.
September 12, 2013 in Uncategorized
The I Bottle Pop Presents Electric Champagne Tour October 25th at the Electric Warehouse in Brooklyn! Featuring Photos by the infamous Kirill Was Here.
DJ sets by SEVAG with support from CAMARDA, ROSADO, HOLDEN. 18+ Event.
GET YOUR TICKETS NOW! YOU CAN’T MISS THIS!
IBottlepop brings you the Electric Champagne Tour with photos by Kirill Was Here and DJ Sets from NYC producers SEVAG, CAMARDA, ROSADO, and HOLDEN. The I Bottle Pop site gets 500,000+ hits per month and is a platform for fans from all over the world to send in their best partying videos and pictures to share with the rest of the world. Join the party October 25th and be prepared for a wild night.
Two weeks ago, members of the Hau5chat paid a visit to EVR, a new club/lounge in midtown NYC, to see Modern Machines perform. The weather may have been a downer, but the DJs energy was nothing short of high. After seeing them open for Hard Rock Sofa in March at Lavo, we were anxious to see what the guys could do with a full 2 hours behind the decks. After they tore down the house, we caught up with the NY-based duo to discuss upcoming tour plans, future releases, and more. Check it out below!
Hau5chat: Hey guys! Your set tonight was sick. Do you get tired after playing a show like tonight?
Modern Machines: Not at all, we’re actually going to go bother one of our friends who’s DJing on the Lower East Side after this.
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June 11, 2013 in Show
This Saturday, Webster Hall hosted the official Governor’s Ball after-party with some awesome artists sharing the bill: Candyland, Mt. Eden, and Paper Diamond. The event was part of Webster’s new Saturday ‘Brite Nites’ installment, and after this spring’s success with getting great artists to play, this night was bound to be lively.
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June 6, 2013 in Music
The Hau5chat first encountered Modern Machines, a duo consisting of Dimitry Mak and Kapla, back in March at Lavo in NYC, where they opened for Hard Rock Sofa. We had never head of the producers before, but only a few minutes into their opening set, we were instantly fans. The two began producing tracks together over two years ago and have recently garnered some notereity by playing frequently at clubs in NYC (including opening for Dash Berlin at Marquee for one of the official EDC NY after parties a couple weeks ago) and hitting up some festivals including Bounce Fest out west and Miami Music Week this past March. The duo are playing tomorrow night at new New York club, EVR, and the Hau5chat will be in attendance. Check out their latest release, a remix of The Knocks’ “Modern Hearts,” below.
Photo Courtesy of: VIBE