Unlike Pluto discusses his roots in jazz, emo, rock, metal and dance music and how this organized dissonance blends into his project’s end result.
Archive | Unlike Pluto RSS feed for this section
Bonnaroo is throwing a grip of late-night dance parties at this brand new stage.
As thousands are now beginning to embark on road trips to Miami for Ultra Music Festival, Miami Music Week will be showcasing artists from all of the world’s largest labels. And among the many record labels, Monstercat will be closing out the weekend with its biggest event yet: “Monstercat Uncaged” featuring a legendary lineup. With
The post Monstercat to Host “Uncaged” Miami Music Week Event appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Unlike Pluto shows off his versatility with his latest collaboration.
Unlike Pluto’s name has been popping up everywhere and shows now signs of slowing down anytime soon. With number of releases under his belt to start 2017, the Atlanta native has unveiled his much awaited “Everything Black” via Monstercat. His latest offering is a refreshing tune that is a compilation of Jazz, Rock and R&B […]
The post Unlike Pluto Unveils “Everything Black” appeared first on thissongslaps.com – Electronic Dance Music & Hip-Hop Media.
Monstercat artists and fans, alike, have a tendency to be big gamers so it is no surprise to see that the Canadian electronic music label will be hosting a pre-party next week for PAX East — a gaming convention held annually in Boston. The concert will be at Royale on Thursday, March 9, as a
The post Monstercat to Host PAX East Pre-Party for AFK Event Series appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Unlike Pluto and Joanna Jones are quickly proving a dynamic duo. After rocking the dance world with their Monstercat single “Waiting For You,” the two have collaborated on a clever cover of TLC’s classic “No Scrubs.”
Back in 1999, TLC released their iconic girl anthem “No Scrubs.” Since then, the song has become a massive hit and is still always a party favorite. Unlike Pluto, the DJ/Producer/Songwriter from Atlanta, has teamed up with Joanna Jones to deliver an unbelievable cover of the tune. So check out this beauty above and peep Unlike Pluto’s ‘Everything Black‘ Tour dates below. Follow @heyitsburnout
The atmosphere around the NOS Events Center was filled with love and good energy as hundreds gathered to hear the heart-pounding beats during Insomniac’s annual Crush SoCal. This year’s line-up included Slander, Unlike Pluto, Peking Duk, Goldfish, Bonnie X Clyde and Afrojack. The San Bernardino show coincided with other Crush events in San Francisco and
Our friend, Unlike Pluto, hit his stride in 2016 with a handful of releases and his name popping up literally everywhere. There was a good reason for him to be on everyone’s watch list last year, but if you think he’s going to take his foot off the game….think again. Picking up right where he […]
Rising star Unlike Pluto releases ‘Worst In Me,’ a sensitive new track featuring his own vocals.
After being named one of Billboard Dance’s Artists to Watch in 2016 and the following through with a massively successful year, Unlike Pluto has announced he’ll be blasting off on his North American ‘Everything Black’ tour in March. Traversing North
Unlike Pluto remixes Pegboard Nerds, NGHTMRE, and Krewella with ease, creating a hit in the process.
For its 6th installment, Euphoria boasts a quality product in one of the biggest markets in the US.
Unlike Pluto has been talking the United States by storm touring the country with a few of his friends recently and now he’s returned to Monstercat for this latest single “Someone New”. His first release since epic his three track trilogy is a jazz-rooted tune that can is somewhat of a love ballad with an […]
The post Unlike Pluto Unveils “Someone New” appeared first on thissongslaps.com – Electronic Dance Music & Hip-Hop Media.
2016 has been a prolific year for Unlike Pluto.
Unlike Pluto makes his Mad Decent debut in style with a 2-track bi-polar EP ‘Show Me Love.’
Unlike Pluto’s rise to prominence has been meteoric. After three back to back to back releases on Monstercat, the prolific producer lends his vision to Twenty One Pilots radio rock hit “Ride.” The resulting combustion is richly produced and refreshing unique. It’s another notch on his proverbial bedpost with million plus plays yet again next to his name.
Unlike Pluto has been “Waiting For You,” “Searching For You” and now after almost three months he has finally “Found You.” Monstercat has unveiled the thrilling end to this musical trilogy. The Los Angles-based producer has called upon vocalist Michelle Buzz to deliver haunting vocals to truly compliment this eerie trap tune. Turn those speakers […]
Brightly colored with some serious kick and shifty vocal stutters, Unlike Pluto’s “Found You” feels right at home on Monstercat.
© 2013 SimplyNeon. All Rights Reserved.
Designed by OhhWord Media