Last week, we showed you guys what Imagine Music Festival had in store. This week, we’re helping one of you experience the insanity that the trailer showcased. Contest winners will be chosen August 22. Enter below.
A classic Nero track gets a hard remix treatment. Kayzo is out with another remix, and per usual, this one goes in. Hard synths and grungy sounds are a few of the tactics used. The original vocals are also perfect for a heavier sound. Nero, in the original, definitely takes advantage of this, and Kayzo takes it one step further.
Flight is ready to launch their first event, but as you may have figured out by the flyer, this isn’t your ordinary EDM event. Flight, powered by Exchange LA, is bringing the world of EDM and high energy yoga together. The Flight Instructor, Sydney Benner, will be leading the event.
If you’re in Los Angeles, this is a MUST ATTEND event. If you think about it this way, at concerts, you typically dance. Dancing is an exercising on its own. Add a little structure and amazing music, and voila, Flight is born.
UK – based groove maestros Jack Beats are always bringing super progressive, forward thinking productions to the bass house and deep house arenas, and their ability to create something fresh and unexpected while maintaining a honed, unique sound is testament to their development as artists. I’ve almost come to expect the unexpected with their tracks, but I can still always tell when it’s a Jack Beats record; it’s just got that unapologetic soul and grit. “Beatbox” is vintage Jack Beats in that way; brazenly groovy with some really interesting pivot points between different sections of the track. It’s a late night record for sure; catch yourself in the club after 2am and this deep cut will definitely make you feel some kind of way. Stream above and cop for your personal collection here.
For the past few years, Travi$ Scott has grown into a powerful force to be reckoned with in hip hop. Watching his shows, he’s got a face that will scare the shit out of you and his music reflects that sort of evil. It’s awesome. Have a look at this and then move on.
Yesterday he abruptly released a mixtape to showcase some of the records he’s been working on. “Don’t Play” featuring fellow G.O.O.D Music member, Big Sean, and The 1975 is one of the more impressive tracks and the video is above. It might be Scott’s least weirdest yet but it’s still far from sanity. He also did some work with Young Thug & Rich Homie Quan that came out well. His production style and musical influence is definitely one-of-a-kind but I think he has more to offer. Early in his career, people were referencing him to Kanye West. But this is just Days Before Rodeo, let’s see what the real project brings.
Last week, the kid Porter Robinson released his new album WORLDS. Porter Robinson sits above many artists today in terms of creativity and focus. People all over the world fell in love with songs like “Language” and “Easy”. There’s no doubt that those records are moving in more ways than I can think. He’s a master at his craft, especially when in front of an audience. But what has he been playing in his sets for the past few years? You may not know it but you’ve heard a lot of his album already.
After years of numerous shows and what we speculate as tireless nights of sound-searching, we get to hear his WORLDS. We’ve been waiting for this for a long time and everything we’ve been hearing now comes full circle. It’s weird, it’s imaginative, and it’s vast (PR’s focus).
Vast (adjective) – of very great extent or quantity; immense, expansive, limitless, boundless, immeasurable
Release Date: August 12th, 2014
Is there any better time to the year? I cannot think of one. Buckling down from summer all college students are anticipating a crazy welcome week. For any campus the parties are nuts but some schools do it bigger than others. Welcome week is a time to embrace college life before classes start. Here is Pump The Beat’s list of the Top 10 Most Anticipated Events at College Campuses.