Been waiting a few months for this to come out to get a better idea of what was going on during this entire festival. I was lucky enough to attend but spent most of my time at the main stage. The music gods have blessed us with a long ass after movie that’s obviously awesome. See what you missed or relive the magic in 1080p. This venue took place in Georgia and was absolutely insane. Check out our review and listen to some of the sets here. TomorrowLand announced that it will be 2 weekends next year in Belgium… what about the US? We’ll see. Stay tuned and follow TomorrowWorld on twitter. Tracklist after the jump!
Haven’t posted a Hard With Style episode in a while, so to start off the day, here’s Headhunterz’ newest episode of Hard With Style #28. Headhunterz opens up the show with his newest collaboration with Krewella called “United Kids of the World.” Then, he just get’s intensely heavy with an ID track. Some prominent hardstyle artists on here like Dim Mak’s Coone and Wildstylez. Pretty legit episode.
After a slightly disappointing EDC New York at Citi Field in 2013, Pasquale Rotella and the team at Insomniac are ready to prove they are pulling out all the stops for this festival in 2014. This year Electric Daisy Carnival will return to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford,NJ for Memorial Day Weekend 2014 (May 24th & 25th). MetLife was home to “EDCNY” back in 2012, before it made the move to Flushing, NY this year. Many fans were not pleased with the venue choice in 2013, with many citing issues like sound leaks from other stages, a lack cell phone reception and poor stage configurations making it difficult moving to and from each stage, reasons like these lead Rotella to seek a better location for 2014. Insomniac Events & Rotella originally sought to move the festival to Winston Farms in Saugerties, NY the site of the 1994 Woodstock festival. The upstate NY location would have fit the needs of EDC perfectly and would have added camping to the EDCNY experience for the first time in it’s 2-year history. Unfortunately the proposal submitted by Insomniac to Winston Farms was denied in early November due to safety concerns felt by the property owners. Taking the festival back to MetLife was the best option and it was what many of Insomniac’s “Headliners” requested after the great inaugural event that took place there in 2012. Tickets for the Electric Daisy Carnival New York 2014 will go on sale this Wednesday, December 11th at 9AM (EST). General Admission tickets will be tiered starting at $199 + fees and will increase to $225 and $234 based on ticket availability, so we highly suggest you get your tickets upon release this Wednesday for the best deal. PTB is extremely excited for this EDCNY and we will bring you any new information as it becomes available to us!
“MetLife Stadium and the surrounding grounds offer a massive blank canvas that allows us to take our production to an entirely new level in New York, Our goal is to create something that’s more than just a music festival — we want to transform MetLife Stadium into a piece of living art. As part of that effort, our giant, 40-foot-tall animatronic Owl, which debuted during EDC Las Vegas 2013, will make its first ever appearance on the East Coast. Over the coming months there will be even more surprises to share.” - Insomniac Founder and CEO Pasquale Rotella via (MarketWired)
Tickets On Sale: December 11th at 9AM (EST) via Ticketmaster
Kygo has been getting quite a bit of hype lately. This is the latest remix from the Norwegian producer and it’s a fantastic follow up to his previous remixes of “Let Her Go,” “Caravan” and “No Diggity vs. Thrift Shop.” Here Kygo managed to turn Marvin Gaye’s classic “Sexual Healing” into a tropical house song, and it sounds awesome. Be sure to check out more work from Kygo via his SoundCloud.
Grandtheft went ahead and remixed Madeon’s new great track, “Technicolor,” with an expected trap style. It’s a great remix of a great song, so go ahead and give it a listen.
The Chainsmokers have done it again! The guys just hit us with a sick new remix of “Fix This” by The Colourist, one of their favorite groups. After hearing this remix yesterday I could not get the ridiculously catchy melody out of my head, nor did I want to. It also didn’t take long for “Fix This” to skyrocket it’s way to the top of the Hypem “Most Popular Tracks” chart, a place that has become nothing but ordinary for The Chainsmokers. Watch out in the coming year as all signs point towards a massive year for our friends Alex and Drew with the release of their first original productions and some big collaborations. We are calling it right now, 2014 will be the year of The Chainsmokers!