TomorrowWorld Introduces First Chef Partnership With Top Chef Finalist Kevin Gillespie For Exclusive Dining Experience

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TomorrowWorld—America’s largest 21+ music festival—announced its first chef partnership in conjunction with Red Beard Restaurants, the group created and owned by one of Atlanta’s hottest chefs, celebrated author and Top Chef finalist, Kevin Gillespie. The partnership will serve up an assortment of exclusive dining experiences headlined under Tomorrow’s Table to festivalgoers this September 25-27 in Chattahoochee Hills, GA.

Tomorrow’s Table will focus on three key elements throughout the weekend. First, the music festival’s first sit-down restaurant experience, which will overlook the Main Stage and feature a new, fresh seasonal menu per day themed to one of Gillespie’s marquee restaurant concepts (traditional whole-hog barbecue Terminus City, award-winning restaurant Gunshow, and his newest Southern upscale eatery, Revival
Secondly, a similarly-themed takeaway picnic basket service will be designed and provided by Mark Gillespie. Finally, an intimate, seated 10-course dinner cooked and served by Gillespie and friends will occur on the Saturday night of the festival.

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Robokid, AObeats & Manila Killa – Helix 2.0 (Ft. Blaise Railey)

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The internet collective Moving Castle has been making waves the past year with their wildly popular Soundcloud compilations. Navigating their way upstream, they’ve just released their first official single, called “Helix 2.0.” It’s a collaboration between some of the founders, AObeats, Manila Killa, and Robokid, featuring lyrics by Blaise Railey. The song is bright, layered with cute synths and pop melodies.

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Event Preview: Prototype 015 – Culprit with Howling, Âme Live, Droog & More @ Lot 613 (7/31)

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This Friday, Culprit is teaming up with Prototype for yet another night of world-class electronic music at downtown Los Angeles’ Lot 613, but this event is particularly special as it’s only one of two debut U.S. appearances by the burgeoning group, Howling, helmed by Âme’s Frank Wiedemann & Ry X. As if this wasn’t enough, Âme will also be performing live, in addition to DJ sets local legends Droog and Plastic Love.

There are countless electronic music artists that come through LA, but only a handful of them perform live. One of the most exciting things about this event is that it’s a rare occasion where the night will be lead by two of our favorite live acts that both have outstanding music, and performance abilities. Prototype and Culprit have certainly hit the nail on the head with these bookings, and if you’re looking for something different, while also getting your fix of house & techno vibes, look no further. Buy tickets here and enjoy this live video of Howling to see what you can expect on Friday!

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TomorrowWorld Delivers Exclusive Mix From Michael Calfan

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Continuing with their 2015 artist mix series, TomorrowWorld delivers Michael Calfan’s Exclusive TomorrowWorld Mix for free download. With less than two months until the festival’s third celebration in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, TomorrowWorld shines the spotlight another one of its cutting-edge offerings this year, as it enlists the soul house commander for an exclusive preview of what he has in store for September.

This year, Michael Calfan has been on a tear with his groove-driven house style that has spearheaded the movement of deeper genres onto main stages amongst the international festival circuit. Throughout his exclusive mix, the Parisian producer dives and dips through a bevy of rug-cutting tracks from Riva Starr, CID, Mark Knight, and more to demonstrate the versatile nature of his trending style. Stirring up the anticipation for this year’s festival with every announcement they unveil, TomorrowWorld repeatedly assures their attendees that the experience in 2015 will undoubtedly blow all expectations out of the water.

Download Michael Calfan’s Exclusive TomorrowWorld Mix here. Tickets are on sale now for TomorrowWorld 2015: www.TomorrowWorld.com/tickets.

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Justin Jay – Storm (Feat. Chris Lorenzo)

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Justin Jay’s signature groovy sound has been transcending barriers and bringing funk music back in style. The LA-based 22 year-old producer, who successfully released his Momentum EP back in March and was released by Annie Mac for his single “Mind Games,” returns with a collaborative piece where he combines his soulful, Southern California style with Chris Lorenzo’s heavier, bass-driven beats. The result, titled “Storm,” is a six-minute song that features the producers’ individual styles woven together into an uplifting, summer track.

With his upcoming performances at TomorrowWorld, Dirtybird Campout, CRSSD Festival, and Holy Ship, Justin continues to thrive in the festival scene, bringing his one-of-a-kind, retro vibes to a full spectrum of audiences. His new original, which can be downloaded via Black Butter Records, proves that Justin still has new sounds up his sleeve, and will be delivering many new surprises in the near future.

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Francis Mercier – Can You Love Me (Original Mix)

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I had no idea who Francis Mercier was until I was scrolled past his newest track, “Can You Love Me,” in my email this morning, and boy, am I glad that I did. Summer is almost coming to a close, but there’s no doubt in my mind that this track will be setting dance floors on fire well into the winter – it’s that good. The hypnotic vocals are perfectly paired with a booming bass line and thumping kicks that give the track a deep groove.

With support from the likes of Diplo, Oliver Heldens, and Dillon Francis, it’s clear that the New York-based producer will be one to keep an eye on in 2016.

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WNWD – Cruise

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WNWD just released their first piece of music and it’s pretty damn mesmerizing. “Cruise” is the first taste of the upcoming group’s debut District EP and it is a sensual combination of electronic, R&B, soul and pop. According to their press release, WNWD’s music has been heard “and advised by” the likes of Mat Zo and Skrillex which excites me even more for the forthcoming District project. Stream the new track “Cruise” below now and keep WNWD on your map – they’re up next!

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T-Wayne – Nasty Freestyle (YULTRON Remix)

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This remix is out of control! L.A. producer YULTRON is back with a gnarley new take on T-Wayne’s “Nasty Freestyle” that will be tearing up dancefloors all over the place by the end of the week. YULTRON is starting to make a name for himself with his wild remixes, and this is yet another one to add to that list. Be sure to pick up your Free Download after streaming the T-Wayne flip below!

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Fish From Japan – Dirty City Nights EP

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This project is so damn groovy. Mysterious London production collective Fish From Japan bring their unique and rad style of vocal led House music to the rising Misshapen imprint. Their new Dirty City Nights EP is two new original tracks that are sounding really amazing, soaked in deep / future house vibes similar to Kavinsky or Oliver at points. These guys are not ones to be sleeping on, listen to the new EP below to understand why!

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VÉRITÉ – Wasteland (Gabe Almeda Remix)

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Progressive house is a genre that is almost as old as electronic music itself. All the hits I heard growing up were by progressive house legends like Kaskade and Tiesto, and progressive house has been one of the most accessible and popular genres in electronic music, especially in the last few years. I hadn’t heard a truly stellar progressive house track lately, until I came across Gabe Almeda’s remix of VÉRITÉ’s “Wasteland,” and I was blown away. The Philly native flips “Wasteland” on its head, infusing the track with roaring synths and pounding breaks that complement VÉRITÉ’s soft croons. Almeda has made his remix of “Wasteland” available as a free download, so get it here.

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