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Odesza To Announce Foreign Family Collective Music Festival Tomorrow

Artist-led and curated festivals have become a huge thing in the past few years. Whereas before, it was generally promoters and major players like Live Nation and AEG at the helm, new companies are being formed to help artists like Disclosure & Rudimental, Excision, and more realize their festival dreams.

Now, we’re getting the newest artist festival and it’s one that fans have been wanting for years. Odesza is announcing their Foreign Family Music Festival tomorrow! What details we’ll get remains to be seen. With the teaser video released today, they’ve already essentially “announced” it – what’s left is a date, location, and lineup.

We’ll have to keep an eye on Odesza’s and Foreign Family’s socials tomorrow to know for sure. But one thing is for certain, you can add another must-visit festival to your list for 2019.

Tomorrow.

Posted by ODESZA on Monday, October 15, 2018

 

Photo via aLIVE Coverage for Life Is Beautiful

This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Odesza To Announce Foreign Family Collective Music Festival Tomorrow

Synymata unveils new melodic bass single “Legends” feat. Aloma Steele

Synymata has been attached to many interesting releases over the last year. His first single “Frost” with Miss Mary was significant in production quality and the vocal performance absolutely contributed to the huge track. Aligned with the sound of bigger artists like Illenium and K?d, this fresh artist is no stranger to the melodic bass lane in which he dwells. Upbeat and bright melodic elements bring Synymata’s new single “Legends” to its highest potential.

This artist has been taking the mask concept to new heights by designing a mask that swaps between a purple and orange face. Intertwined with his release “Petrify,” he posted several photos and videos expressing the purple character as an axe murderer in a dark tunnel. For “Legends” with Aloma Steele, he has completely flipped the vibe by attaching content of the orange character walking through a prairie field, with the sun on the horizon.

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This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Synymata unveils new melodic bass single “Legends” feat. Aloma Steele

Paris & Simo re-emerge as Prince Paris announcing debut single “My Position”

Paris & Simo have a powerful past with songs of massive magnitude in the electronic dance music community. Their collaboration with 3LAU, “Escape,” was significant enough to jumpstart the duo into almost a decade of maintained success. These guys have toured around the world and by no means are they showing signs of slowing down any time soon.

They find themselves today in a hyper-competitive society of like-wise artists. During multiple conversations with them I have come to realize that in order to have longevity in an industry like this, it’s crucial to do what you love. Music can quickly become work if you don’t have the right mentality and these two truly have it figured out.

Today we excitedly announce that Paris & Simo are re-emerging as the new alias name Prince Paris. Prince Paris are still a duo but they have lain a new infrastructure which works much better for them. Simo has become less interested in frequently traveling and recently just got married which explains why he wants to focus more on the production for Prince Paris. At the same time, Paris is a young man who has a brilliant energy for playing shows and traveling often.

These two are a special duo not just because of their previous accomplishments. They have always stayed on the top of music trends while meeting the multi-show curricula that they were supposed to deliver. Today also marks the announcement of Prince Paris’s debut single on Tipsy Records coming out the 26th of October. If you are familiar with the pop songs that Tipsy has been releasing then you can expect a surprise of a single from these notorious artists. “My Position” features vocals from Swedish Idol singer Amanda Fondell who leaves a lasting impression with her amazing vocal performance.

Paris and Simo both would like to share some reassuring words with their fans regarding this new transition.

“From the time we started back in 2011, all the way to today, we have gotten the opportunity to have so many life changing experiences and our journey as Paris & Simo has been special to us throughout all the ups and downs. We are always continuously striving to improve the way we work and evolve our creative process. In light of that, and after much careful thought, we have decided to take Paris & Simo in a new direction. We have always had different strengths and focuses when it comes to how we work and express our creativity, and this change will reflect that. Simo will be stepping out of the limelight and will no longer be touring, allowing him to focus more on his passion for creating music and continuing to work on the project from the studio. Meanwhile, Paris will be taking over as the face of the project, focusing more of his energies on touring and music production. We needed to shift gears to deliver the best music we possibly can and create more effectively. We are still a team and Paris & Simo will always be forever.”

Pre-save “My Position” on Spotify coming on Tipsy Records October 26: https://tipsy.lnk.to/MyPosition

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This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Paris & Simo re-emerge as Prince Paris announcing debut single “My Position”

Cossy debuts his 2 song EP “The Ocean” [Deep Root Records]

Mexican artist Cossy has gotten off to a strong start in 2018 with official remixes of Francis Mercier’s tracks “Like A Ghost,” and “Shakin’ It.” He is most known for his single “Don’t Run From My Love” that was released on Armada Deep. Today he debuted his fantastic sounding 2-song EP via Deep Root Records. Honing a distinctive pop sound, Cossy is excited to share what he has been developing in the studio.

Fusing Caribbean beats, tropical house rhythms and world-infected pop flavors, The Ocean EP sees the haze of COSSY’s talents distilled to potent new depths. From the summery horns of “The Ocean” to the Bhangra stylized flute and moombahton drum programming that carries “I’m The One” to the break, the EP is a brief and broad-reaching synthesis of house and world-pop.

Grab the song on your favorite platform here.

This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Cossy debuts his 2 song EP “The Ocean” [Deep Root Records]

Steve Angello Confirms Swedish House Mafia At Ultra Mexico 2019

Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Angello, and Axwell, collectively known as Swedish House Mafia, have now done away with all pretense and are no longer just teasing their trio’s return, they’re downright confirming it. During a performance at Ultra Mexico this past weekend, Angello took to the mic at the end of his set:

“Mexico, I’ll see you next year with Swedish House Mafia.”

There’s no room to even interpret this another way, Swedish House Mafia will be on a world tour and they’re hitting all the biggest events and venues out there.

Despite reported issues with the festival due to weather leading up to the event, fans at least have this moment to hold on to in anticipation of next year.

Watch the moment below:

 

Photo via Rukes.com

This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Steve Angello Confirms Swedish House Mafia At Ultra Mexico 2019

Rezz Unleashes Melodic ID at Rezz Rocks

Rezz punctuated the inaugural Rezz Rocks at Red Rocks Amphitheater with a track debut.

Leave it to Rezz to make most of the EDM world feel FOMO after last weekend. Not only did “Space Mom” sell out the first-ever Rezz Rocks at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado – she took the opportunity to test out new music.

The as-yet-unnamed ID encapsulates a markedly more melodic iteration of the Rezz (real name Isabelle Rezazadeh) sound. A somewhat Glitch Mob-reminiscent chord progression rings out atop one of her signature downtempo drum patterns with an artful amount of noise incorporated for good measure.

If you ask us, Rezazadeh’s dance moves make the clip. Shout out to the attendee with a steady enough hand to capture such crisp video:

Following her explosion into the EDM spotlight over the past few years, other artists have begun to emulate Rezazadeh’s signature sound. Deathpact is perhaps the most noteworthy. The anonymous producer collaborated with her on “Life & Death” two months ago, and last week released a similar track titled “Formality.”

The day after Rezz Rocks, Rezazadeh returned to Austin to perform at the second weekend of Austin City Limits Music Festival. After a short break in her schedule, she will resume touring with a set at Suwanee Hulaween in Live Oak, Florida on Friday, October 26th.

H/T: Your EDM

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Martin Garrix Shares Blinders Collab, “Breach,” from Upcoming EP

Martin Garrix and Blinders unveil the first of five main stage weapons.

Martin Garrix has given his fans reason to believe that their speculations were correct. Last week, his cryptic website update sent a ripple of murmurs through social media as his followers predicted that a five-track EP was on the way. Yesterday, he confirmed that his Blinders collaboration is indeed one of the entries on its tracklist.

“Breach” sees Garrix and Blinders revisit the style of big room house that swept over festival main stages a few years ago. A synth melody rife with tension builds up to a bombastic drop, accompanied the second time around by a dewy female vocal. The two producers gave the song just enough bounce to make it current while holding to the high-octane aesthetic of a festival anthem.

Artists like W&W and Nicky Romero have continued to release music of this style, but Garrix is among those who have distanced themselves from it to a degree. Over the past few years, genres like tropical house and bass house have colored the sounds of the main stage. Perhaps Garrix and Blinders hope to set the stage for a big room revival.

Martin Garrix has said that he’s played out since he took to the stage at the 2018 edition of Tomorrowland in Boom, Belgium this July. With Amsterdam Dance Event approaching in only a couple of days, it’s safe to assume he’ll share the other four songs from his upcoming EP before long.

H/T: EDMSauce

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Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk Teases 14-Minute Techno Track “Riga (Take 5)”

The robot invasion continues!

Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk made his grand return to the dance music world with an expansive, dark techno track titled “Riga (Take 5)”.

The Instagram account of legendary French label Ed Banger Records posted a one-minute sample of the track playing on a blue vinyl record. The description explains that the track is over 14 minutes long and is a part of the original soundtrack for the Latvian film Riga (Take 1).

Despite being nearly a quarter of an hour long, this chaotic techno madness was recorded in a single take.

Although it is not being released on Ed Banger, they have announced that the track will be available on a limited edition one sided 12” vinyl.

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H/T: Billboard

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