Spotify Unveils Two Posthumous Mac Miller Tracks

Listen to Spotify’s two exclusive tracks with the late Mac Miller here. Nearly three months before, Mac Miller had been discovered dead in his house in Los Angeles, California at 26 years old. Even though the world lost a great musician, the songs he abandoned will live on more. That said, Spotify has released two
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Watch Gesaffelstein make his spectacular return with menacing new ‘Reset’ video

The time has come.  The entire world was watching him since the billboards arose in late October, however, the wait was much longer, and a lot more arduous for the majority of his lovers. Indeed, this cryptic campaign started nearly five years to the date since dance music’s most sinister figure jelqing his debut record, Aleph.
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Looks like Dead & Company is planning a return to Boulder’s Folsom Field for fourth straight summer

It appears the Dead will grow in Folsom Field second summer, since the University of Colorado let the cat out of the bag Dead & Company’s intends to play Boulder for its fourth consecutive year. The band — featuring John Mayer and also three of the four surviving members of the Grateful Dead — has
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Show You Should Know – Kasbo is Back for Headlining Show After ODESZA Opening

If you had the opportunity to go to the ODESZA Red Rocks series on Saturday, June 15, then you probably heard the Swedish manufacturer Carl Garsb, also known as Kasbo. Kasbo opened the iconic series and if you missed it, then you’ve got another opportunity to experience artwork and the magical of his songs. Famous
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Porter Robinson shares favorite full albums of 2018

With the year coming to hindsight and a close coming into 20/20 view, most everybody is currently reflecting about the tracks and records that defined. Porter Robinson is no exception to this trend, and following his shoutouts into his favorite tracks of the year on his birthday, it’s natural that he ’d take the next
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The Rolling Stones Announce Date for Denver Stadium Show

It’s been nearly 14 years as The Rolling Stones gathered into the Mile High City, and todaytheyrsquo;ve officially announced their return. According to Rolling Stone, The group is making their return on May 26, 2019, in Sports Authority Field. Prior to today’s announcement, the group hung a cryptic banner along with other signage around Denver teasing
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Kasbo shares Billboard remix of ‘About You’ amid ongoing North American tour

In March of this year, Carl Garsbo published Places We Don’t Know, his debut record as Kasbo. Released through Foreign Family Collective and Counter Records, the 13-track LP functioned for its burgeoning Swedish producerprogressing the success he’d begun to cultivate through prior releases on key imprints like Monstercat and the above Foreign Family.  Upon the record
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Premiere: Housemeister — Soo Good (Original Mix)

For well more than a decade, Housemeister has acted as an influential tastemaker and manufacturer from the more underground spheres of house, electro, and techno. To American audiences, the German performer is likely best known for his many releases on Boysnoize Records, the famous imprint by his compatriot Alex Ridha. However, Housemeister’s résumé spans a
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What So Not sets forth takes from 12th Planet, AC Slater, Daktyl and more on ‘Not All The Beautiful Things’ remixes

Earlier this year, What So Not released his watershed debut album, Not All The Beautiful Things, featuring quite a few supreme collaborators like Skrillex, San Holo, Rome Fortune, SLUMBERJACK, and much more. Soon afterwards, he maintained the brilliance breathing, releasing a four-track remix package with Volac, Kaz James, along with ZEKE BEATS of this next single off the record, “Beautiful. ”
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