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  1. Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward brought the holiday song to late night View the full article
  2. The Brazilian artists recorded Rogê’s “Pra Você Amigo” for their first collaborative LP View the full article
  3. It’s 2019. We all know Spotify as the leader in music streaming that it is, but how did it get there? Much like Facebook had The Social Network, Spotify will be getting its own scripted series on Netflix about the evolution of the platform. This will not be a documentary, and the as-yet-titled show is inspired by the book Spotify Untold. The synopsis reads: “At the height of piracy, established heavy-hitters were fighting against where the turbulent music industry was heading. The series centers around young Swedish tech entrepreneur, Daniel Ek, and his partner Martin Lorentzon, who revolutionized a whole industry by offering free and legal streamed music around the world. It is a story about how hard convictions, unrelenting will, access and big dreams can help small players challenge the status quo by evolving the way we can all listen to music.” The series will be directed by Per-Olav Sørensen. No release date has been announced. via Pitchfork This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: A Show About Spotify Is Coming To Netflix View the full article
  4. When Your EDM published its first article in June 2012, no one could have predicted it would become the top source of dance music news in the community with over 3 million followers. Dance music has changed a lot over the past decade, and so has Your EDM, but we’ve been here to cover all of it just the same. As the decade comes to a close, we take a look back at our most viral stories over the years, from everyone’s obsession over Marshmello’s identity to the tragic news that Avicii had passed away. Take a look at our top 10 most trafficked stories over the years below. There seems to be some confusion, so to specify, this list is ranked entirely based on the data of how many people have clicked on these articles. 10. How Much It Costs To Book Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Martin Garrix & More The rise of electronic music has made DJs more like Rock stars than club taste makers. From dingy basements to the main stage, the DJ’s meteoric rise to fame has been so fast that the market itself is buckling under the vast growth the scene is going through. Regardless, as the popularity continues to increase, so do the prices to book your favorite acts. 9. Kaskade Call Out TomorrowWorld, Promotes Truth In Media Coverage It seems that attendees weren’t the only ones unhappy with the treatment at TomorrowWorld. Of all the artists that played the festival, Kaskade is so far the only major headliner that has come out publicly condemning the festival in any visible way. 8. A Pair Of Beats Headphones Costs Only $17 To Make Tech blog Bolt bought a pair of Beats Headphones retailed at $199 and took them apart piece by piece to really see what the fuss is about. Their findings? That the lightweight headphones were made of mostly snappable, plastic parts that only cost $17 to manufacture before labor. And yet somehow, the backing of hip-hop mogul Dr. Dre and Interscope co-founder Jimmy Iovine turned $17 headphones into a $3 billion empire. 7. Burning Man To Come To The Netherlands In 2017 According to a brand new stream of information, Burning Man will be taking its unmatched spectacle to the Netherlands in 2017. “Where The Sheep Sleep” will be held from July 29 to 31 in the beautiful Veluwe, an expansive stretch of fields, forests and lakes. 6. TomorrowWorld Attendees Respond To Massive Lack Of Responsibility By Promoters Following inclement weather, promoters of the festival decided that it would be best to block entry of the grounds for anyone who didn’t have a camping pass, resulting in a predictable logistical nightmare, fueled by misinformation and reportedly unhelpful security. Attendees decided to take to Facebook and Twitter to share their discontent with the manner in which TomorrowWorld dealt with the situation, and its apparent lack of strong contingency planning. 5. Study Claims A Vodka + Red Bull Has The Same Effect As Cocaine According to a new study from researchers at Purdue University, the mixture “has the same effect on the brain as taking cocaine.” Two groups of mice were given cocaine and caffeine mixed with alcohol, respectively. After the doses, it was found that the mice not only behaved similarly, but also suffered similar permanent brain damage. 4. NSFW: Flume Eats A Girl’s Ass On Stage At Burning Man When someone tells you that Burning Man is an anything goes event, they aren’t kidding. While of course the rules of human decency and basic laws of the land still apply, it’s truly an event to let loose and try new things. Flume, for instance, while DJing one of the nights at the festival, was eating a girl’s butt on stage. 3. Avicii Just Died At 28 “It is with profound sorrow that we announce the loss of Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii,” his publicist Diana Baron said in a statement. “He was found dead in Muscat, Oman this Friday afternoon local time, April 20th. The family is devastated and we ask everyone to please respect their need for privacy in this difficult time. No further statements will be given.” 2. A New EDM Cruise Has Arrived & It’s Headed For Asia Halfway through the trip is a day-long, private beach party on the renowned Phuket beach to cap the experience. And although tickets start at around $700 USD, for an exotic cruise and coinciding festival experience we find that fairly reasonable. But be sure to pick up your tickets soon (update: it’s sold out), as other party cruises like Holy Ship sell out in pre-sales on a consistent basis. 1. Marshmello’s Identity Finally Confirmed Of all of the masked DJs that are out there, ostensibly the most popular and sought after right now is Marshmello. Fans of the DJ and producer have spent countless hours trying to figure out the answer that has evaded most: who is he? But thanks to Skrillex, a ripped jean and now a birthday party, we can finally confirm that the man behind Marshmello is truly Dotcom, and put this all behind us. Photo via Rukes.com This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Your EDM’s Top 10 Articles Of The Decade View the full article
  5. Juice WRLD‘s initial autopsy has been deemed “inconclusive,” according to a new report. The Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office released a statement on Monday calling for more studies to determine his cause of death. Cardiac pathology, neuropathology, toxicology and histology will be necessary to determine what exactly happened. Furthermore, Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi disclosed in a statement to CNN: “There were no signs of foul play and all individuals aboard the aircraft are cooperating with CPD and have given all of their information.” The popular rapper, real name Jarad Higgins, was pronounced dead at a hospital after suffering a seizure deboarding a plane at Chicago’s Midway Airport. He was 21 years old. Source: CNN | Photo by Mac Downey (@mac.downey) This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: REPORT: Juice WRLD’s Initial Autopsy Deemed “Inconclusive” View the full article
  6. Shöckface and fellow collaborator mark veins have joined forces for another anthemic record named ‘Snakes.’ The two producers collaborated previously last year in which they brought us the cinematic genre-blending record ‘Emerge.’ Now they are back and sounding better than ever in their new groovy record, Snakes. The record wastes no time on working to intrigue listeners. Elements of groove and experimental production are interwoven into ‘Snakes.’ The record even features aptly put vocal samples of the word ‘snakes’ throughout the record. Check out what Shöckface had to say out about how the record came together: “The music industry is one of the most beautiful yet toxic industries in existence. Snakes was heavily inspired by experiences and emotions that occurred throughout 2019 for mark veins & Shöckface on a personal level. We took all the energy that was directed at us and created something truly unique. Heading into 2020 we have a quantum vision that no singular negative person can penetrate. On a music production level ‘Snakes’ lends great insight into a glimpse of the future between mark veins any myself.” Stream ‘Snakes’ below and get it on all platforms here.  This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Shöckface and mark veins deliver us a second anthemic record in ‘Snakes’ View the full article
  7. Your EDM’s brand new parties with Temple Denver are reaching a whole new level in 2020. Immediately following the new year, we are hosting a local takeover on 1/2 followed by rising duo X&G on 1/9 who recently featured on a Dog Blood (Skrillex x Boys Noize) track, “4 MIND” with josh pan. Next up is Deadbeats mainstay Lick on 1/16 who has been making tons of waves in the bass music community as of late, and was just named one of our Artists To Watch in 2020. He’s followed by the pristine house vibes of Noizu on 1/23 who is releasing music aplenty on Insomniac Records right now. And last, but certainly not least, is one of the most exciting female DJs in the scene: GG Magree to close out the month on 1/30. Don’t forget, tomorrow night we have Sage Armstrong! RSVP HERE But wait, that’s not nearly all… February 13th, mau5trap mainstay and deadmau5 favorite No Mana is coming to LVL. And, February 20, Temple Denver welcomes a quartet of drum & bass gods to the decks on a special main room night of Transform Thursdays: Sub Focus, Dimension, Culture Shock, & 1991. The four artists are touring together across the US on select dates on their WORSHIP tour, including Denver. This is not a show you want to miss. Denver Concerts, Denver Nightclubs, Transform Thursday, Denver Nightlife, Denver EDM, Denver Shows This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Temple Denver x Your EDM Unleash Stacked ‘Transform Thursday’ Lineup for January + More View the full article
  8. The year is 2012. Elon Musk has yet to call anyone a "pedo guy" or drag the SEC on Twitter. There's no Cybertruck with cracked windows, and no overly ambitious promises of a $35,000 electric car. Instead, fledgling electric vehicle company Tesla is just starting to deliver its first luxury sedan, the Model S. Just seven years ago, Tesla's first mainstream vehicle was just hitting the road. About 15,000 reservations for the car came in throughout the year. The first Model S cars were delivered in June and only 2,650 of the vehicles made it to customers before 2013. At the time, the Nissan Leaf was the only real all-electric contender. Read more... More about Tesla, Porsche, Electric Vehicles, Porsche Taycan, and TechView the full article
  9. Jeff Bezos -founded Blue Origin has recorded another successful mission for its New Shepard sub-orbital launch vehicle, which is a key step as it readies the spacecraft for human spaceflight. This is also the sixth flight of this re-used booster, which is a record for Blue Origin in terms of relying on and recovering one of its rocket stages. This is the ninth time that Blue Origin has flown commercial payloads aboard New Shepard, and each launch moves it one step closer to demonstrating the system’s readiness for carrying crew on board. This launch carried experimental payloads that will be used for research, including materials used in student studies. It also had thousands of postcards on board written by students from around the world, which were submitted to the Club for the Future nonprofit set up by Blue Origin earlier this year to provide educational resources about space to schools and students. Blue Origin intends to fly paying space tourists aboard New Shepard eventually, along with other commercial astronauts making the trip for research and other missions. Up to six passengers can fit in Blue Origin’s capsule atop the New Shepard, but we don’t yet know when it’ll actually be carrying anyone on board, either for testing or for commercial flights. View the full article
  10. TYPE3 is one of those artists to keep your eyes and ears on in 2020 — and the producer’s latest 3-track Mind Kontrol EP provides all the proof you need. The title track leads the way, setting the EP’s mood with alluring vocals, softly rising synths and delicate shakers. Each element lays in the mix perfectly, especially the bassline, making for a seemingly effortless blend of sound, destined to fill a late night space. TYPE3 gets more experimental from there, as heard with his lusciously gritty “Take Your Time” and the driving, playful approach of “Lost.” Each rocks a distinct vibe, straight from the Vegas underground. The Mind Kontrol EP is available now via Botnek‘s World Famous Headquarters. Listen here and link up below! TYPE3 – Mind Kontrol EP Connect with TYPE3 SoundCloud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: TYPE3’s 3-Track Mind Kontrol EP Is A Mood [LISTEN] View the full article
  11. He’s supported by composer Britton Powell presenting his new work “If Anything Is” View the full article
  12. Habstrakt continues his reign over bass house with a brand new, blazing single, “Real.” Not only does the song top off a remarkable run of Habstrakt singles in 2019, it assures us he has another massive year ahead in 2020. Above all else, we can count on the DJ/producer to keep it “Real.” Habstrakt’s signature style thrives in full form with this release — it’s high energy, pumping action fused through a mean blend of bass and electro. For bass house lovers, this is as good as it gets. I wanted to make something raw and distorted but packed with a lot of attitude, it’s been my favourite thing to play lately specially the second drop! This is my last release for the 2019 year before taking a little holiday break! – Habstrakt Though this is Habstrakt’s final track of the year, you can rest easy knowing he will return full force in 2020 with all the bass we crave! Habstrakt – Real This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Habstrakt Ends 2019 Hot Streak with New Single “Real” [LISTEN] View the full article
  13. People are spending a lot of money in the YouTube app. The Google-owned platform has taken in more than $563 million in 2019, bringing the app's lifetime revenue to more than $1 billion, according to new analysis from app analytics firm Sensor Tower. That milestone places YouTube amongst an elite group of just a handful of non-gaming apps to hit the $1 billion mark. Sensor Tower only looked at revenue from in-app purchases and subscriptions, so the $1 billion doesn't reflect YouTube's ad revenue, or what the company has made from the YouTube Music or YouTube TV apps. YouTube has consistently ranked as one of the most-downloaded apps, so it's not necessarily surprising that it's also a major moneymaker for the company. Google has been notoriously secretive about YouTube revenue, but Sensor Tower's report highlights just how much in-app spending has spiked in the last year. Read more... More about Tech, Google, Youtube, Apps And Software, and TechView the full article
  14. IBRANOVSKI just transformed Gianni Blu‘s track “In The Jungle” from a fierce, bass house banger into a smooth, tech house burner. Though Gianni Blu worked his original angle and we loved it, we have to admit — IBRANOVSKI has won us over with his version. The jungle has gone from the life of the party to a true party starter. IBRANOVSKI, known for putting his spin on monster hits like “AGEN WIDA” and “MADDEN” takes a more leaned back approach with his “In The Jungle” remix and it certainly pays off. Check out the track below and watch out for more from both IBRANOVSKI and Gianni Blu in 2020! Gianni Blu – In The Jungle (IBRANOVSKI Remix) This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: IBRANOVSKI Drops Smooth “In The Jungle” Remix for Gianni Blu [LISTEN] View the full article
  15. A breakdown of the Championships song’s themes and creation View the full article
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