After featuring a stunning mix from Botnek last week, TomorrowWorld follows up with the release of Cash Cash’s ”Artists of Tomorrow” mix as the fourth installment in the series. As people from around the globe prepare for TomorrowWorld’s inimitable affair in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia at the end of September, the festival continues on its quest to define the next generation of dance music, taking New York’s swiftly emerging three-piece under its wing. This year, Cash Cash has been on a tear with smash releases driving them onto high-profile gigs, and now they deliver a gripping ”Artists of Tomorrow” mix that is a quintessential progressive house set, which keeps the dance floor churning with energy.
As TomorrowWorld prepares to kick-off its second edition this September, one of the most anticipated music festival experiences in the country unveils the theme, “The Arising of Life,” alongside the Official 2014 TomorrowWorld trailer. Known for attention to detail and creating magical surroundings, this year’s TomorrowWorld journey of mystical landscapes and stages is no exception. Transforming 500 acres of natural rolling hills in Chattahoochee Hills (Atlanta), Georgia this September 26th, 27th and 28th, TomorrowWorld will create a breathtaking dream world featuring several impressive stage structures and a grandiose Main Stage highlighting the best electronic artists in the world.
This year’s breathtaking Main Stage spans over 400 feet wide and 100 feet tall. Known as the “Volcano Stage,” the computerized, pyrotechnic structure is equipped with multiple waterfalls and a magical volcano that will erupt throughout the three-day event. To create this beautiful and massive site, over 80 shipping containers traveled nearly 6,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean from Belgium to Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia. “The Arising of Life” was experienced at Tomorrowland 2013 by over 180,000 attendees and an additional 16 million viewers tuned in online to witness the Madness.
The impressive roster of talent headlining this year’s Main Stage includes huge acts such as Avicii, Bassnectar, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Diplo, Kaskade, Martin Garrix, Nicky Romero, Skrillex, Steve Aoki, Tiësto and Zedd — just to name a few. Providing the ultimate in nightlife experience, LIV Nightclub will serve as TomorrowWorld’s official Comfort (VIP) partner and host of the LIV Sky Loft, featuring premium views of the Main Stage, bottle service, and upgraded amenities.
To view TomorrowWorld’s 2014 full line-up, visit: http://bit.ly/1ARxaDp.
To learn more about TomorrowWorld, please view the 2013 aftermovie highlighting the essence of the inaugural event, which has received over 4 million views on YouTube: http://bit.ly/1hKLxRa
Limited tickets to TomorrowWorld still remain and can be purchased atwww.tomorrowworld.com.
TomorrowWorld is an annual 3-day music festival (and 5-day camping experience) nestled within 8,000 acres in Chattahoochee Hills (Atlanta), Georgia. Sister to the renowned Tomorrowland music festival held in Boom, Belgium, the second incarnation of the international music phenomenon known for mind-blowing decor, massive artist line-ups and luxury camping experiences will be held on September 26th, 27th and 28th. As the largest 21-plus music festival in the United States, TomorrowWorld welcomed over 120,000 visitors from 75 different countries through its doors last summer and invites guests to relive the experience this year through weekend and day tickets to several unique packages including Global Journey, Comfort (VIP), DreamVille and more. For more info, please go to www.tomorrowworld.com.
23-year-old burgeoning producer/DJ, 3LAU, releases “Somehow” featuring Bright Lights, his new collaboration with global top 10 DJ Dash Berlin. Out today via Armada Music on Dash Berlin’s album “We Are,” this release is 3LAU’s first foray into trance, and has already been well received by fans who heard the Hardwell On Air preview.
In celebration of the release, 3LAU gives fans insight into his experience working with Dash Berlin - ”Dash has always been an inspiration of mine; king of melodies and beautiful chords. It was amazing to work with him on a record that’s a little bit out of my standard style, and it was a phenomenal learning experience. Of course, Heather (Bright Lights) killed the vocals per usual. Dash and I agree that this record brings a lot of energy to the club, while maintaining the melodic euphoria of a progressive anthem!”
Respected as the party conductor that caters to everyone in the room, 3LAU continues to develop his already strong catalog of original productions, while he consistently performs at North America’s finest festivals and nightclubs.
Protocol Recordings, Nicky Romero’s reputable label, releases Thomas Newson & Magnificence’s new single, ‘Blizzard,’ on Beatport. With great success from previous collaborations, two of the Netherland’s finest young dance music acts have joined forces once again for a jaw-dropping track that sets a strong tone for their budding careers. In ‘Blizzard,’ they use thumping drums and layered synth lines to lead into a sequence of reverb-drenched pads, before an uncluttered build that drops into heavy, tribal rhythms from the future. Holding its place as one of the leading progressive/electro labels, Protocol Recordings continues to build its catalog with distinctive releases like this latest offering.
TomorrowWorld releases Botnek‘s “Artists of Tomorrow” mix as the third installment in the series. With previous features in the series including Oliver Heldens and Milo & Otis, TomorrowWorld steps up once again to put the spotlight on forward-thinking dance music by enlisting Montreal’s Dim Mak-affiliated duo, just 5 weeks out from its highly-anticipated weekend of world-class festivities in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia. Using their inimitable, pumping electro-house sound as a platform for their career, Botnek has cultivated a presence that demands attention, as proven by their captivating “Artists of Tomorrow” mix. This latest offering sets a strong tone for their upcoming TomorrowWorld 2014 performance that is expected to include fresh originals, collaborations, and remixes.
TomorrowWorld 2014 tickets and DreamVille packages are on sale here:www.TomorrowWorld.com.
If Golden Coast’s sophomore single, Dream And An MPC is a decadent dose of indie pop ear candy, the music video directed by Pixel Park is like donning a pair of cotton candy rose colored glasses worn by Willy Wonka himself. Animated and directed by Pixel Park, the party onscreen starts from the first tap on the MPC’s drum machine buttons, takes a fun A-Ha-esque animation turn and keeps you in the festival mood all the way to the tropical finish.
Making his label debut in resounding fashion with a tasteful big room rework is US producer Jason Ross. Having caught the ear of Above & Beyond with a series of club ready singles, Jason brings his trademark resounding groove and fizzing percussive layers for a more uplifting mix. Debuted to 10, 000 people on the White Isle as part of Above & Beyond’s Radio 1 Ibiza set, this is a taste of exciting things to come from the latest member of the Anjunabeats family.
Elephante is becoming a household name across the dance world and is one of the rising stars to watch. Elephante just dropped a massive remix of Lemaitre’s single Wait , which is taking the internet by storm. Make sure you check it out below!
You’ve about had it. Over night dance sensation ZHU‘s “Faded” has been flipped, switched, crunked, and cut in every direction possible. As one of the most remixed tracks of 2014 thus far, I was right there with you in sentiment….until Big Gigantic created something undeniable.
1.) They went deep house, a step away from their norm. 2.) By doing this, Dom’s sax was able to stand alone and shine above a certain instrumental minimalism, and it worked brilliantly. Big G’s “Faded” remix is sexy, classy, and STILL identifiable with the group we all fell in love with. This track oozes of dim lit dance floors full of sharp dressed folk who’s top buttons are roaming free on vacay.
The Hotel Garuda boys work their magic on an official remix of Lana Del Rey’s “Ultraviolence.” Here’s what they had to say about the release: “We worked on this remix with the summertime on our minds. We didn’t want to take too much from the original, but at the same time, we wanted to create something new and fun. Enjoy.”