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As one of the kings of future house, and having just released an album entitled FUTURE, you’d expect Don Diablo to place a bit more emphasis on the genre in such a big release. Truthfully, there are only a handful of legitimate future house genres on the album, but it has already still become one of our favorite albums of the year so far.
Unfortunately, not everyone agrees. One fan commented on the album release lamenting the lack of future house, but Don kept his cool (contrary to Alesso) and took his time to explain just what was up.
“Last year I put out these FUTURE HOUSE tracks: Switch, You can’t Change Me, Momentum, Save A Little Love, My Tunnel Vision edit, Something Just Like This remix and my Future House / Piano House VIP mixes of Children of a Miracle and Take Her Place [halo emoji]. […] I would never neglect my Future House fans.”
At the end of the day, fans will carry their own opinions of any artist’s music – an artist can only do their best to convey the message they wish to send, and it’s pretty clear to us that Don has done just that.
Listen to FUTURE below if you haven’t already.
According to trusted Martin Garrix source @themartingarrixhub, Garrix’s collaboration with David Guetta and Brooks, “Like I Do,” premiered at the TimeOut72 Festival in Goa, India last year, is reportedly due out this month! Seeing as Garrix follows the New Music Friday timeline, that means that it’s either coming Feb 16 or Feb 23.
The single isn’t quite the progressive house that fans have been waiting to hear from Garrix, nor is it the pure pop he’s been producing recently, but more of a blend of the two. It reportedly features vocals from Stargate, you can hear a live rip from TimeOut72 below.
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Bassnectar‘s highly anticipated new side project with Sayr finally has a release date and a tracklist to go with it!
The Naux Faux EP is due out February 14, Valentine’s Day, and is is expected to celebrate magical nostalgia of an era from the past. Anyone thirsty for some old school Nectar vibes will undoubtedly love to hear what these guys have up their sleeves.
“File under: freestyle melodic electronica from the 1990’s,” the Bassnectar website describes.
Bassnectar first unveiled the side project with a track off his own Reflective Part 2 EP late last year. “Psyopia” (Bassnectar Remix) released before the Naux Faux original, coming as part of the new EP.
The Naux Faux EP is available for pre-order here.
Naux Faux EP – Tracklist
1. Birds Of Paradox [Intro]
2. Flip Gnosis
4. Coast To Coasters
5. Cherish Friendship
7. Birds Of Paradox [Outro]
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Fresh off his newly released single “Nuh Ready, Nuh Ready,” Calvin Harris is opening up about the change in his sound and his relationship with dance music.
The producer’s dancehall track with PartyNextDoor is the beginning of another new sound, even after straying with Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1. Now, his whole reasoning behind that shift in his music is explained, thanks to an interview with Zane Lowe for Beats 1 Radio.
“I basically took a year off dance music when I did all the Funk stuff. I thought I didn’t like it anymore… I was like wait, wait, wait. So actually some of the best producers in the world are EDM producers, even though they got shit on by everybody, the critics and cool music lovers. I’m sorry, but some of the best producers in the world are EDM and some of the best producers are Dutch.”
Don’t have to tell us twice.
As for festivals vs. more intimate shows, it’s a no-brainer for Harris…
“All that stuff got a little bit too impersonal. Standing up there and it’s the fireworks and all that stuff, but you’ve got no connection with anyone. And that’s why I actually love playing Vegas at the moment because I get to see people’s faces and get to see people enjoy their night. Those big festival shows which I wasn’t getting into personally other than a bit of money and money is, you know, the root of all evil.
“I haven’t done any meaningful festivals for years. Almost did one but I didn’t announce it because that’s the sort of guy I am. And also because I really might want to go back.”
It seems the Calvin Harris that we know is taking a step back to spend some serious time in the studio. Whatever he comes up with, we’ll definitely be listening.
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