Big Gigantic Debut New Stage Design on Spring Tour

Electronica duo Big Gigantic have announced a string of spring tour dates. The pair have built a large following in the festival scene with their unique sound that blends live drumming and saxophone and with elements of dubstep and house music. To promote the new tour, they’ve released a new single called “The Little Things.” The new tour will feature a completely[...] Read more >>

See Zhu In Your Very Own Neon City This Spring

Electronic producer Zhu is taking his unique, mysterious sound on the road this April and May with fellow artist Gallant. Zhu is set to give 20 performances, three of which will take place at festivals, and six of which are already sold out. The Grammy-nominated artist skyrocketed to fame with the release of his hit “Faded,” which showcases his consistently dark yet[...] Read more >>

Osheaga Festival Strikes Again with a Strong 2016 Lineup

Canada’s Osheaga Festival Musique et Arts is coming back for its 11th edition, closing out July from the 29th to 31st. One of the country's most notable festivals, Osheaga takes place in downtown Montreal at the beautiful Parc Jean-Drapeau. This year, Osheaga looks to continue its success with yet another multi-genre billing filled with global megastars of all shapes and[...] Read more >>

Foreign Family Newcomer, Big Wild, Kicks off Headlining Tour

It’s been a nonstop ride for Big Wild these past few years. He’s only been releasing music since 2013, and he’s already got a slew of festival performances under his belt, toured with Kodak To Graph and OBESØN, and performed with GRiZ. The rest of 2016 is looking pretty promising, coming off a recent performance at Okeechobee and slated to perform at Camp Bisco and[...] Read more >>

Desert Festival Afrikaburn Celebrates Decade Anniversary of Elevating Art

Afrikaburn is a radical participant-driven event that beckons artists to congregate in the arid deserts of South Africa. Akin to Burning Man, the weeklong gathering thrives as a decentralized community where money is worthless, gifting rules, and human collaboration is invaluable. This year marks the decade anniversary of the Burn, and along with it a slew of new activities,[...] Read more >>

Sonic Bloom Announces Thrilling Phase 2 Lineup

Back in January Sonic Bloom Festival unveiled its initial release of artists to resounding approval from awaiting fans. Flag-shipped by two sets of Tipper, accompanied by the live bands of Opiuo, Michal Menert and Russ Liquid respectively and supported by one of the most impressive electronic lineups of the year, Sonic Bloom out did itself. READ MORE ABOUT SONIC BLOOM[...] Read more >>

Slander Gives A Breath Of Fresh Air On Current Tour

Los Angeles trap duo Slander has been playing shows and festivals around the globe since January. The Breathe Tour, now at its halfway point, will continue until April 16, wrapping up the total of 22 stops. Slander’s unique sound encapsulates the emotional side of electronic music, through trance-like chord progressions over dirty trap beats. The duo, comprised of Derek[...] Read more >>

Governors Ball To Revisit Randall’s Island In June 2016

The Governors Ball is one of those special festivals that allows for fans of various different genres to come together under one figurative roof. That roof will be rebuilt for the 11th time this June on New York’s Randall’s Island, which is only a short ferry ride away from the city. From June 3rd to 5th, Gov Ball will open its doors on the island for about eleven[...] Read more >>

End Your Summer in Style at Backwoods Music Festival

What are your plans for Labor Day Weekend? Maybe a trip to the lake for some swimming and fishing, perhaps a barbecue with some close friends or a camping trip into the woods or even a live concert. What if you could combine all of them for one epic end to your summer? Luckily a forward-thinking group of good hearted people in Oklahoma decided to do just that and invite[...] Read more >>

Camp Bisco Returns to Montage Mountain With Fresh Lineup

Last year saw New England festival Camp Bisco returning after a year hiatus at an all new venue. The transition from its previous home at the Indian Lookout Country Club to Montage Mountain in Scranton, PA went pretty smoothly, with the biggest criticism from fans being the lack of available shuttles from off-site parking to the main campgrounds. In an open letter to fans,[...] Read more >>

Stratton Mountain Drops To Minus Zero This April

A new festival, recently announced, is coming to the Northeast for the first time. Stratton Mountain in South Londonderry, Vermont will host the Minus Zero Winter Sports and Music Festival on April 9th and 10th. The festival is small in comparison to other multi-day festivals with only 19 artists scheduled to play, but the artists the organizers have compiled a cohesive[...] Read more >>

[WATCH] Whateverest: No Bad Days; The “Inspiration” For Terje’s Inspector Norse

Time to familiarize yourself with Norwegian DJ Todd Terje. Terje has risen to electronic European prominence since the early 2000s. His tracks bring a euphoric mix of 80’s synths and euro-disco to make listeners feel like they’ve been transported to a funk dance party and have earned Terje spots at Sonar, Pitchfork, and Coachella. His most famous track, Inspector Norse,[...] Read more >>

Hip Hop Meets Electronic: Hermitude North American Tour

Many people have been listening to electronic music long before it began to receive recognition in the mainstream. However a good deal of listeners have found subgenres that overlap with their first love of pop, hip-hop, or heavy metal within the electronic music scene. Those kids in the mosh pit who raged to Insane Clown Posse or Tech N9ne can now often be found donning[...] Read more >>

Further Future Creates A Whole New Festival Experience

From April 29th through May 1st, Robot Heart’s second annual Further Future takes electronic music fans “beyond Vegas” to the Moapa River Indian Reservation in Moapa, NV. The weekend celebrates music, spirituality, art, and the human connection, taking the festival experience to a whole new level: the weekend’s activities include a Further Future Vision speaker[...] Read more >>

Blockhead and Eliot Lipp Join Forces for Spring Tour

Indie hip-hop legend Blockhead is headed out on tour this spring. The Manhattan based producer spent much of 2015 promoting his latest release, Bells and Whistles. His latest single, Carousel, was recently released through Soundcloud.   Co-headlining the tour with Blockhead is Eliot Lipp. With a sound heavily rooted in old school hip-hop, he’s a perfect[...] Read more >>