Posted by BIGLIFE on November 15, 2016
You might have heard of Marc Raziano (Razz) from his break out “Overthinking” single featuring Aviella. Or his “Break The Rules” remix that racked up over 1 million plays on Youtube. Or, you might even have heard his latest Blink 182 “What’s My Age” again remix. It’s that consistent quality output that made us want to sit down the NY based producer and rising DJ to learn more about his inspirations, sound, and plans for 2017. Hit the jump to read our exclusive interview with Razz below.
News | Billboard Hot 100 Festival Announces 2016 Lineup Featuring Calvin Harris, Martin Garrix, and More
Posted by jewcebox on May 18, 2016
Coming off the success of their inaugural festival, Billboard’s renowned Hot 100 Music Festival is making its triumphant return to New York City this summer, welcoming over 40 top-tier artists spread across three stages. This year’s festival will be headlined by the likes of Calvin Harris, Ariana Grande, and J. Cole, with a slew of undercard artists stellar enough to rival even some of the biggest festivals in the country. With artists like Gryffin, Madeon, Prince Fox, Niykee Heaton, and more, all slated to play at Nikon Jones Beach Theater this summer, Billboard’s Hot 100 Music Festival is one you don’t want to miss. Tickets go on sale this Saturday, but if you have a presale code, you can get them here.
Posted by jewcebox on April 28, 2016
Canadian producer Chet Porter’s recent release “Tbh Ily” was an uplifting, melodic masterpiece with its wistful poppy electronica appeal. In an effort to further add to the track’s ethereal ambience, French newcomer Kidswaste adds his own personalized touch to the original, resulting in a beautiful rendition that has us wanting more. Kidswaste has been gaining a lot of praise in the last year with his meditative, melancholic sound, gaining support from some of the biggest producers in the game such as Skrillex, Martin Garrix, and Diplo. With his latest endeavor, Kidswaste takes Chet Porter’s “Tbh Ily” and syncs his own timid vocals alongside a beautiful concoction of easy-going guitar licks, assorted percussion, and smooth-backing synths, taking listeners on a contemplative, dream-like journey.
Posted by Tay on October 26, 2015
Long before the days of Swedish House Mafia, Hardwell, Martin Garrix, and the main stage explosion, dance music presided over the underground, lurking the shadows of illegal warehouse raves and secret parties. In those days, electro, big room, and progressive house were afterthoughts – acid house reigned supreme. There are few artists that have been around long enough to truly understand the growth that dance music has gone through, but Destructo is one of them, and he’s throwing it back to the early days with his latest output, “Techno.” Sampling Eminem in his hit song, “Without Me,” Destructo builds the entire track around the verse, “nobody listens to techno,” infusing the track with some thick Roland-303s and buzzing synths.
Free Download: Destructo – Techno
Posted by jewcebox on July 17, 2015
Earlier this week, TomorrowWorld unveiled its complete 2015 lineup, which was an impressive group of artists which featured the usual suspects like Hardwell, Tiesto, Martin Garrix, amongst others. One of the most surprising, and unexpected, names on the lineup was the 4x NBA Champion, Shaquille O’Neal, who will be playing TomorrowWorld under his DJ alias, DJ Diesel. The ex-Laker has taken to SoundCloud ahead of his set at TomorrowWorld to give us a little preview of what to expect when he takes the stage in Chattahoochee Hills, and it seems like we’ll be getting a special trap set from DJ Diesel. His hour-long mix flies through some of the biggest trap hits of the year, featuring artists like Skrillex, Flosstradamus, Diplo, and much more. You can check out, and download, the mix above, and you can snag a ticket to TomorrowWorld here to check out DJ Diesel’s TomorrowWorld debut.
Posted by jewcebox on May 28, 2015
TomorrowWorld is considered by many to be one of the world’s premier electronic music festivals, thanks to its emphasis on creating an all-encompassing festival experience. Year in and year out, the SFX festival has grown bigger and better, and this year marks the third edition of TomorrowWorld in the States. With brand new additions like Breakfast Beats to DreamVille, a new slate of stage curators lined up, and headliners like Hardwell, Armin van Buuren, and Jamie Jones already announced, there’s no denying that TomorrowWorld 2015 will be a festival for the ages.
Today, TomorrowWorld has unveiled their remaining phase 1 headliners, an impressively curated group of dance music superstars including Martin Garrix, Big Gigantic, Get Real, Adventure Club, and more, with many more names to come. Starting today, single day tickets to TomorrowWorld are available for purchase as well. There’s no doubt that TomorrowWorld will sell out, so get your tickets here.