Jeremy Olander Celebrates New Label on Vivrant Tour

The Swedish producer Jeremy Olander, best known for his progressive house and techno, has a lot to celebrate: a new EP, set to kick off a new label, is bringing him on a worldwide tour this winter. Olander, who has been tightly knit with Drumcode and Pryda Friends for the better part of the past decade, is splitting off into his new project to show the world what his unique[...] Read more >>

Coachella Announces Their Comprehensive 2016 Lineup

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival released their 2016 festival lineup, and it’s impressive - to put it mildly. Clear your schedules; April 15th through the 24th is officially lit. Historically known for their diverse and thorough lineups, Coachella did not disappoint with this year’s announcement. Electronic royalty LCD Soundsystem and rock icons Guns N’[...] Read more >>

Above & Beyond Strip Down for an Orchestral Acoustic Tour

Recognizing a unique opportunity is the key to success. Original ideas don’t come often in the music industry, especially in a genre without “real instruments” (a conversation for another day). The entire music industry has undergone a shift from live instrumentation to electronic sound composing, with a drastic migration towards EDM. But one group is stripping dance[...] Read more >>

Participate In One Of Envision Festival’s Many Educational Retreats

Having already captured an impressive lineup of music, yoga, and speaker talent for the 2016 gathering in Uvita, Costa Rica this February 25th to 28th, Envision Festival - Costa Rica aims to further connect with its international audience beyond the reach of the four day lifestyle festival by announcing the launch of a series of specialized Educational Retreats. These[...] Read more >>

Liquid Stranger Announces Rise of the Wakaan Tour

Genre-bending bass artist Liquid Stranger is kicking off 2016 with an extensive headlining tour. The veteran producer spent 2015 promoting his latest release, Nomad Volume 3. To build hype for the new tour, he’s dropped a new promotional mix called Sounds of Wakaan.   Space Jesus will be joining Liquid Stranger on the new tour. The Brooklyn based producer[...] Read more >>

Gem and Jam Festival Returns for Tenth Anniversary In February 2016

The main attraction for most music festivals is usually the lineup, but there are an increasing number of festivals who feature far more than just musical offerings. Gem and Jam Festival in Tuscon, Arizona in one such festival - the three day event features a lineup of established underground acts alongside a heavy focus on other art forms such as live painting, art[...] Read more >>

Chrome Sparks Brings Parallelism On 2016 Tour

Chrome Sparks is kicking off the year with a full-scale tour. The producer, who is celebrating the November release of his new EP, “Parallelism,” is taking his new music across North America. After the release off the album, it’s clear that this tour will be filled with mainly two things: synth and drums. As a professional percussionist, Chrome Sparks’ sound is[...] Read more >>

Peace, Love, and Music Return to Woodstock for Mysteryland 2016

Over the years, music festivals have expanded, evolved, upgraded, transformed, and undergone a dozen other changes to stay alive. They’ve booked more acts, added more days, doubled up on how many weekends it goes; if you can think of it, somebody has probably done it. But the true draw of a festival is beyond that - it’s about the atmosphere. Few American festivals have[...] Read more >>

Savoy Launches Light Years Into The Future With Winter Tour

Hot on the heels of their 2015 EP “1000 Years,” the three members of Savoy are starting 2016 quickly with an immediate U.S. tour. Over the last year, Savoy has been relatively quiet on a global level, playing fewer festivals and releasing singles and remixes sporadically. But the wait is over - the trio are back at it, and they’re still light years ahead of any other[...] Read more >>

Techno Is King: The State Of The Underground In NYC

About five years ago, there was an outbreak of dancing in the music world. EDM flooded pop airwaves of top 40 radio stations and dubstep was the coolest genre since metal. Frat brothers and sorority sisters, who saw club nights as a chance to party, herded themselves into concert halls by the thousands and blasted dance music at house parties. With the vast commercialization[...] Read more >>

Tycho Returns For 2016 With Elsewhere Tour

Initially a long-standing solo project of Scott Hansen, Tycho evolved into a three-piece band during the production of 2014’s “Awake”. In keeping with the sonic essence of Tycho, the group has preserved the eclectic experimental qualities that help to define Hansen’s solo work. Tycho’s sound sits firmly in the ambient realm; unless noted otherwise, Tycho shows are[...] Read more >>

Mr. Carmack Goes Worldwide In 2016

It seemed as if one moment Mr. Carmack reigned king on Soundcloud airwaves, and the next, he was sharing his music live on world-tour. In today’s electronic music scene where so many artists seek to imitate the same pounding bass-lines and melodies they hear from more popular names, Mr. Carmack achieved recognition for his ability to throw down chill R&B, wubby bass[...] Read more >>

MASS EDMC Celebrates 5 Years at Electric Forest: 2016 Buses & Sound Camp

Our crew of friends & family has come a long way since we first attended Electric Forest in 2012. Each year we've returned to the Forest with faces old & new, inspired by our journey and in search of new heights. Hop on the bus and join us in celebrating our 5th year at Electric Forest! For those of you who may be unfamiliar with our Forest shenanigans, here's the[...] Read more >>

Igloofest Celebrates 10 Years In Chilly Montreal In 2016

Igloofest, the wintry celebration held in Montreal, blends rising electronic acts with blockbuster names for a month of outdoor delight during the coldest time of year. Returning to the Old Port of Montreal for its tenth consecutive festival at Jacques Cartier Pier this year, Igloofest runs each weekend from January 14 to February 6 for a total of 12 days. The chilly outdoor[...] Read more >>

Black Tiger Sex Machine Go to Church in Early 2016 Tour

Seeing a group of tigers may be alarming to some, but fans of Black Tiger Sex Machine will be excited at the sight in early 2016. The trio of masked producers, famous for their trademark tiger helmets, is bringing their distinct sound to over 30 dates across North America and Canada on their BTSM Church Tour, along with two other Kannibalen labelmates. The Montreal-based[...] Read more >>