One month remains until ODESZA releases their highly-anticipated third studio album, A Moment Apart. The Seattle-based duo has certainly been doing everything to spread the news of their upcoming LP to the masses, including teasing new singles, a special BBC Radio 1 mix, and proffering
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Anybody who is anybody was at the second-week of Coachella this past weekend. Popular actor/comedian Hannibal Buress hosted a live podcast for his newly established show, ‘Hansome Rambler’ and brought on guests Virginia hitmaking recording artist D.R.A.M. and New York-formed duo Phantogram. Throughout this hilarious interview inside the Weedmaps house and is sponsored by Schlotsky’s, Squarespace, and Talkspace. Hannibal, Phantogram, and D.R.A.M. speak on performing at Coachella, having sex to their own music, and the behind-the-scenes making of latest albums. D.R.A.M. is currently riding the wave of his Lil Yachty-featured hit single, “Broccoli” which is currently RIAA-certified 5x platinum. Along […]
After reviewing Sharam‘s long awaited sophomore album, Retroactive, I couldn’t have been more excited to meet the man himself as he prepared to make his return to Sound Nightclub in Hollywood. Even on the tail end of his tour and after spending the day shooting hoops, an apparent hobby of his along with tennis, Sharam was still ever so present and had a lot to say about his musical journey. Despite being an long time veteran of the scene, Sharam is at the top of his game. His constant need to challenge himself and venture into uncharted territory has paid
It’s always great to see up and comers making moves in the industry, and it’s even sweeter when they’re as down to earth and genuine as the 219 Boys. The bay area bass house scene has skyrocketed in recent years and childhood friends and DJs, Elric and Scott, find themselves right in the middle of it. The duo originally started to turn heads with their mashups and remixes of popular artists including G-Easy and Glass Animals. After winning Insomniac‘s Discovery Project, the boys found themselves in the eye of some of the today’s hottest house music artists and since have
Under The Radar meets with yet another trance icon. Hailing from South Africa, Nate Rubenheimer has been pushing his Protoculture act for over 14 years. Originally a psy-trance artist, Nate climbed to the top of the scenes totem pole only to discover that his true passion may lie elsewhere. After years of perfecting his new style and dozens of chart topping singles later, Nate gained support from the largest names in the industry. Even the king himself, Armin Van Buuren once stated that “everything he touches turns to musical gold”. It’s no surprise that Protoculture is one of the favorite acts of
Musical Freedom Radio releases their 27th episode featuring special guest DallasK, available now as a free download. Every month, Musical Freedom invites artists to showcase their own “musical freedom” in an hour-long set. The initiative gives its guests the opportunity to step outside the box of what they might typically play live. Highlights from last […]
Under The Radar decides to go above the radar on this show with one of the most beautiful and recognizable voices in dance music. Aruna (which is her actual name) has collaborated with some of the biggest names in trance; Armin, Ferry, Aly & Fila, you name em, and prides herself on not just singing and writing lyrics, but has displayed her versatility with DJing, production, and even a bit of dancing. As a Berklee graduate, Aruna was exposed to serious talent early on and helped her establish an incredibly diverse foundation of musical expertise from classical to pop and even
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Can you believe we’ve already had 19 installments of The Chainsmokers‘ SiriusXM partnership “Nice Hair” podcast?! Here’s the latest as you zone out and enjoy sick new music for the … Continue reading →
Under The Radar returns with more insight from industry professionals! In this edition I sat with long time Los Angeles DJ and party promoter, Felt. Over the years, Felt has been an ambassador for the underground sound and has thrown a variety of events with his company Eso Ventures. Their most successful party, 2B1, is a multi day outdoor desert gathering that highlights the Eso Venture’s brand of dance music. Felt and his team are making 2B1 their main focus for 2016 and plan to expand their intimate desert party into a full scale outdoor electronic music experience. Listen and download the
The interview-reticent Eric Prydz sits down with RA’s Exchange to talk about his past influences and future plans
This editorial is dedicated to the individuals who make this industry great but always fly Under The Radar. This month we’ve shined the spotlight on one of the most consistent bass music imprints in the business, MalLabel Music, which has been delivering top notch tunes since 2008, most of them entirely for free. We were able to get in touch with the queen bee herself, Mal Harper to get insight on what it’s like to run a dance music label in 2015. Mal Harper, a philosphy and business major, became involved in the electronic music scene just shy of a decade ago.
EDX is back with the 241st episode of his revered NoXcuses podcast, and we’ve got an exclusive premiere here at ThisSongSlaps. The Swiss dance authority has been on an absolute tear this year, not only delivering stand-out remixes of tunes like Sam Feldt’s “Show Me Love” and Spada’s “Catchfire (Sun Sun Sun)” that have dominated […]
For years now, Diplo has made it a point to showcase on the cusp talent on his Diplo & Friends podcast. So it should come to no surprise that marshmello … Continue reading →
The Chainsmokers just dropped Episode 011 of their Nice Hair Sirius XM podcast and played quite a few unreleased tracks. With music from Nero, Flume, Major Lazer, Years & Years, … Continue reading →
EDX just surpassed the monumental 222nd episode of No Xcuses two weeks ago, and this year marks the series’ lifespan of over four years of delivering the hottest house music on the planet week after week. We’re no stranger to EDX and his weekly radio show, and once again, we have together with him to […]
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Welcome back to the face of the Earth! The White Panda have always been one of my favorite mashup and remix artists ever since my Freshman Year of college (damn … Continue reading →
Toronto native Carlo Lio has spent a decade honing his craft as a no bullshit, tech house producer/DJ. As such, his music has caught the attention of some of the biggest techno and house labels in the world including SCI+TEC, Bedrock Records, Desloat, Intec and Suara. Lio’s latest single, “Deebug,” a menacing industrial techno steamroller, caught fire recently after Nicole Moudaber gave him the nod on her label MOOD Recordings… but it’s his talent for keeping clubs moving that landed him on our Radar Mix. A 14-track tech house masterclass, the hour long mix features pressings from Siopis, Florian Meindl, Astin & Waveshape, Dennis Ferrer and more. Don’t recognize the names? Don’t worry. Just press play and let Carlo Lio give you a lesson in the finer points of electronic music.
Kick off your day with a power hour from the one and only Diplo, who threw down a Major Lazer set on his BBC Radio 1xtra podcast, Diplo & Friends. … Continue reading →
Diplo & Friends played host to Major Lazer on BBC Radio 1Xtra this weekend, and the trio of Diplo, Walshy Fire and Jillionaire killed it for two-straight hours. They dropped … Continue reading →
The Chainsmokers release their latest radio episode of Nice Hair with Sirius XM. Tracklist coming soon.
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