Australia’s Naderi is back with IVERSON. A perfect dance record that incorporates “White Iverson” and Naderi’s signature production. Enjoy <3 [embed]https://soundcloud.com/naderi-tings/naderi-iverson[/embed]
Today, for the first time in Electric Zoo’s storied history, the festival released its official 2016 anthem – Codeko’s “Walking With Lions” featuring Raphaella. In partnership with Armada, the anthem will serve as the soundtrack to New York’s biggest dance music festival taking place next weekend September 2-4.
Electric Zoo tapped burgeoning dance music star and Armada standout Codeko to produce the anthem. As a classically trained musician, Codeko was challenged to create a track that embodied the spirit of Electric Zoo, but he has proven that he was more than worthy of the task. “Walking With Lions” seamlessly blends progressive house elements with an uplifting horn melody to create the perfect backdrop for the track’s powerful vocals.
“We have always wanted to produce a festival anthem that represents the theme of our festival that would resonate with our fans,” said Electric Zoo Festival Director Adam Richman. “There is no questions Codeko’s Walking With Lions does exactly that.”
Codeko, the young 20 year-old producer, was grateful for the opportunity: “I am honored to have been selected to create this year’s Electric Zoo anthem and can’t wait to drop it on the mainstage!”
Limited tickets for Electric Zoo are still on sale here.
It’s been a while since a track made my face melt this hard, but the up and coming DJ and producer Jermey DeKoste has actually pulled it off. His newest piece of music “dance floor” is sure to be elevating audiences around the globe in no time. Smash that play button and vibe to this.
With only a little under two weeks to go, this year’s edition of Electric Zoo is ready to take fans on a wild adventure of good vibes and great music. Taking place Sept 2-4th on Randall’s Island in New York, the festival will be showcasing a wide range of talent – from headliners Tiesto, Hardwell, and Bassnectar to the more underground and up-and-coming acts featured on the Sunday School and Tree House stages. While many of us are familiar with the lineup’s bigger, main stage acts, the lesser known talents on the roster are the performances that we’re really looking forward to. Anticipated as the sounds of tomorrow, we’ve highlighted our top five favorite artists that will be playing at the festival that we believe you should be paying attention to right now.
Take a listen and see these artists live at Electric Zoo. Tickets are still available here.
De La Swing
There’s a new indie artist who’s recently come to my attention for his outstanding pop style. This artist is called ST. NIKLAS and he always adds magical synth pop sounds to my indie playlists. If that sounds good to you definitely press play and start grooving.
The second-annual Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival today revealed its festival map and set times for each of the 40+ chart-topping and emerging artists performing at the massive music festival this weekend, August 20-21, at New York’s Nikon at Jones Beach Theater and surrounding beach areas.
Ariana Grande, Calvin Harris, J. Cole, Martin Garrix and Fetty Wap will headline this year’s festival, and Party Thieves and Matt Medved will join an already epic lineup that includes major music talent such as Audien, Madeon, Marshmello, Nathan Sykes, Nervo, Rae Sremmurd, Sleigh Bells, Skylar Grey, Wale and an exciting lineup of breakthrough artists.
Last year, the Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival shattered attendance records for Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, attracting over 40,000 fans during the festival’s inaugural weekend with acts including Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, The Weeknd, Skrillex and more.
Artists including ZenAware, The Hermit, Neon Chief, and Sakacity have recently banned together to release a sweet new collection of tunes through the phuture collective. This one’s called LEMONGRASS and it definitely has some awesome experimental jams to entertain your ears. Press that play button and get ready for a trip.
Nick Martin is a notable rising talent that arrived on the scene 2 years ago under the name Investo. During that time he caught the attention of heavy weights Nicky Romero, Sander van Doorn, Denis Koyu among others. Now producing music as Nick Martin, the young talent continues to release professionally crafted tracks that are catchy and festival ready. To get a sense of who he is as an artist. here are five essential tracks from Nick Martin:
Nick Martin’s latest release features wrenching vocals from the talented Lauren Bennett. This track is a festival ready ballad that pulls at the heartstrings with beautiful melodies and a subtle up-tempo beat. It’s a style change for Nick, but ultimately a testament to where he is headed as a musician. ‘Reality’ also received remix treatment from Dave Aude, Dirty Freqs, and StoneBridge.
“Looking For Love”
In collaboration with Nat Dunn, ‘Looking For Love’ is a smooth melodic house track. It emits rays of sunshine and speaks to poolside adventures. It’s upbeat, fun and chill. This track and ‘Reality’ are demonstration of the new Nick Martin.
Unlike ‘Reality’, Sigma is a pulsing big room track with a skilled melodic piano interlude. It’s suited to what you’d hear on big festival stage. It’s catchy, energetic and full of life. Nick Martin demonstrates his ability to create music that is both melodic and intense.
One of Nick Martin’s first tracks, ‘Metropolis’ was produced under moniker Investo. Featured 2 years ago on Nicky Romero’s Protocol radio, this progressive house track is euphoric and uplifting. Ultimately, ‘Metropolis’ is what put Nick Martin on the map.
Boy, oh boy do I have a song for you all. This one popped up on my radar when I was midway through my morning meal while searching through Soundlcoud. The remix’s experimental elements delighted my ears as a scarfed down my eggs so I knew I needed to share. Check it out!
We were just blessed with an extended mix of a throwback, “Music Sounds Better With You.” It’s by the group Vanrip and it’s their debut solo single. EDM and house fans alike will find something they dig here. Add in the nostalgia factor and you’ve got a hit for the next party.