We’re all patiently waiting for the release of Nurture, the second studio album from Porter Robinson, on April 23. The tracklist was just recently revealed, but Goldenvoice and Brownies & Lemonade have even more awesome news on the horizon — Secret Sky is coming back.
The virtual music festival made its debut last year on the weekend that Second Sky, Porter Robinson’s curated festival from 2019, was due to make its return. However, we all know that COVID-19 threw a wrench in any festival plans over the last year. Still, Second Sky featured an incredible lineup all leading to a final performance from Porter that revealed the new single “Look At The Sky.”
Second Sky will return on April 24, the day following the release of Nurture. The live stream will be open to all but you can register here ahead of time to be the first to know where to watch.
Dawn: Vol 3, out today, is the third installment of the Dawn series from Subsidia, encapsulating melodic bass at its finest. This volume features 18 new tracks from Subsidia veterans and newcomers alike! Fans will hear tracks from Cyrus Gold, OMAS, Fancy Monster, Elle Vee, AHEE, PURGE, Vaance, Adam Jasmin & Dani King, and many other talented producers.
Confusion and turmoil have surrounded EDC Las Vegas since Pasquale Rotella announced that the festival would be moving forward in May the same day that the state of Nevada rejected their original safety proposal.
In response to fans’ bewilderment, Rotella took to Reddit of all places to respond to a thread titled, “EDC CONFIRMED FOR MAY 2021.”
As Billboard points out, “On May 1, jurisdiction over COVID-19 protocols and rules for large events in Nevada shifts from state to county authorities, meaning that Clark County officials will be responsible for vetting Insomniac’s revised safety plan.” However, the deadline to transfer tickets to May 2022 is April 15th, 2021 at 11:59PM PT. That means fans won’t be able to review EDC’s safety plan or lineup before locking in their tickets for this year.
Rotella’s response about fans who feel unsafe attending this year is reminiscent of a lot of comments on social media, “To those who have safety concerns about attending EDC in May, I hear you loud and clear. The past year has taken a toll on all of us mentally, and I understand why some may be feeling that way. There’s no need to stress about it, just move your ticket to next year. We are here for you now and will be for decades to come no matter what.”
If you don’t feel comfortable attending EDC in May, you can fill out their Ticket Transfer Inquiry Form here.
Kris Trindl is an artist that should ring a major memory bell if you’ve been keeping up the early EDM bangers of the 2010s. The artist, known more commonly as Rain Man, has teamed up with longtime collaborator Oly to deliver an emotional soundscape in “Still Young.”
On the new single, Rain Man makes a return to form. He delivers a melodic, dance jam that bounces between exhilarating groove and introspective rebellion. With Oly, Rain Man gives the singer’s voice a phenomenal pedestal surrounded by glistened synths and tactful drums. The result in the two’s latest work is a tune ripe for the summer airwaves that will have concert goers daydreaming of the day concerts are back up and running featuring songs like this.
The team-up also serves as as spiritual successor to their earliest collaboration “Back for the Summer” from 2016. Since then, Rain Man and Oly have continued to work with each other as shown by their more recent projects as the duo Xaia. While Xaia operates in the melodic bass music side of the EDM-sphere, Rain Man’s music continues to evolve while staying true to his roots from his time in Krewella.
Make sure to check out the new single from Rain Man “Still Young” featuring Oly out now.
Spring time is finally here and your favorite artists are beginning to prepare for what will be a deluge of new music this upcoming summer. This week we saw new releases from the likes of eevee, Shöckface, Dabow and many other talented artists and producers. Sit back, relax or continue doing whatever you are doing and stream Your EDM | Week In Music below.
Lofi queen eevee enlists cliffe for a new collaboration titled ‘nothin left’ a soothing lofi cut.
Tiësto remixes ATB’s classic ‘(9PM)’ and gives it a summery deep house touch suitable for the upcoming summer and warmer events.
Bass music veteran Excision and Subtronics join forces for ‘Bunker Buster’ an explosive and hard hitting dubstep anthem.
Shöckface and frequent collaborator mark veins release ‘Poison’ featuring Miami-based vocalist Still Haze. Poison is the lead single off of Shöckface’s debut EP ‘WAR WITH MYSLEF’ out late May.
Zhu teams up with Yuna for ‘Sky Is Crying’ an danceable saxophone classic type of record you would expect from Zhu.
Illenium’s fourth album, Fallen Embers, is due out this summer, after he revealed the track title and approximate release date last week. In the replies, Excision gave a cheeky ‘eyes’ emoji, signaling another collaboration between the two would be included on the release.
Now, we have our first listen of the track which also features HALIENE. Once again combining the melodic prowess of Illenium and the devastating heaviness of Excision, coupled with HALIENE’s larger than life voice, this is sure to be another fan favorite following their first two collaborations, “Gold (Stupid Love)” and “Feel Something.”
It’s safe to say the world has changed since we all went into lockdown last year when COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic. Many of the changes have already taken effect and many more are still yet to materialize, but so many industries and processes have adapted and updated since everyone was stuck at home for (now) over a year and that could be both good and bad.
Though Bitcoin was popular before the pandemic, its widespread use has increased as favor toward physical cash waned over the past year. It’s influence has spread to such a degree that now popular Miami nightclub E11even will accept cryptocurrency as payment when it reopens in April.
“We feel it’s such an appropriate time,” said Gino LoPinto, operating partner at E11even. “Crypto is just expanding so rapidly and we’re now ready to have a grand reopening.
Patrons can use crypto by creating an invoice for a booking. Once they secure the service, such as bottles and/or tables, they’re sent a QR code which can be scanned to pay the bill using a crypto wallet. Those already at the nightclub will also be able to pay using crypto, if they wish.
E11even is one of Florida’s highest-grossing nightclubs, and adding cryptocurrency to its list of accepted payments is likely to bolster that position even further. The move is supported by Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, who is apparently aiming to make the city “a source of clean Bitcoin mining,” reports Biz Journal.
The club will accept Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, and Dogecoin when the venue reopens April 23.
As it happens when a musical group breaks up, the price of their related memorabilia and merch often similarly goes up. Daft Punk broke up back in February and some fans are still reeling from the news.
After their breakup, various collectibles have gone on sale from thrifty owners, including a rare 2002 Japanese vinyl pressing of Discovery on popular vinyl-resale site Discogs. The 2xLP limited edition record sold for $2,380 back in February, which though it seems expensive (and it is) still isn’t even in the top 20 most-expensive vinyls sold on the site in that month alone.
The vinyl cover itself looks fantastic, featuring images from the group’s animated film Interstella 5555, which accompanied the album.
Kygo is gearing up for new music this Friday, marking his first release of 2021.
The producer took to social media over the weekend to get fans hyped — “10 likes on this photo and I’ll release a new song next week,” he playfully shared.
He soon followed up the initial post with additional info, revealing “Gone Are The Days,” a new collaboration with JamesGillespie. More than just a single, Kygo calls this “a new chapter of music.”
Kygo stayed very active through 2020, first with his Avicii Tribute song, “Forever Yours” featuring Sandro Cavazza, followed up by a number of collaborative Golden Hour tracks and the album’s full release. The producer also revitalized dance floor classics including Tina Turner’s “What’s Love Got to Do with It” and Donna Summer’s “Hot Stuff.”
Pre-save Kygo’s next chapter, “Gone Are The Days,” here.
The electronic/dance world is hanging on the edge of anticipation for Porter Robinson‘s sophomore album Nurture — and now we have the finalized tracklist to look forward to.
In the post below, Porter reconfirms the album’s release date as April 23 along with the 14-song tracklist. Previously released singles “Look At The Sky,” “Get Your Wish,” “Mirror,” “Something Comforting,” and “Musician” are included in the mix, along with several never-before-heard productions.
Porter persevered through the lockdown, using time to his advantage for his latest creation. He shared back in December, “It’s my favorite music I’ve ever made. I’m so so fucking grateful for the extra time… the album (and me) have both benefitted so much.”
See the Nurture tracklist below — and check back here to listen when it drops!
Burning Man will soon make a decision on whether or not a 2021 event will happen.
According to Burning Man Journal’s most recent update, it’s still “too soon” to know if the community will gather on the playa this year. However, organizers are aiming for an answer by the end of this month.
Burning Man has been extremely transparent throughout its decision-making process, and remains so with the following statement:
“Safe enough to move forward” is not the only consideration at play. Is this summer the right time to build Black Rock City together? What are the cultural and social implications of BRC happening this year? Just because we technically might be able to do the event, it doesn’t mean we necessarily should, or will.
Burning Man hopes to have a “go/no-go” decision made by April 23 — or at the latest, April 30. An update will be provided every Saturday until that happens.
CEO Marian Goodell’s latest update took place over the weekend, which can be streamed below.
What’s New With Burning Man? With CEO Marian Goodell
Destructo is holding off on throwing his signature events until he’s able to host at 100% capacity.
The legendary DJ/producer gives dance music fans an update on the future of All My Friends Music Festival and AMF’s FriendShip via tweet below. Destructo says these beloved events will return when “conditions are right” and able to be run “at a standard that is equal to or better than pre-pandemic levels.”
Trust me, I want to be with you guys and party more than ever, but I won’t produce a half baked version and compromise health and safety to make a quick buck. Please continue to be patient and when the time is right, you will be the first to know.
All My Friends Music Festival debuted in 2018 in the heart of downtown LA and landed again in 2019 with a successful follow up. FriendShip last took place in January 2020, just before the coronavirus pandemic hit.
FriendShip’s website currently shows the event on hold with a TBA status, while AMF’s website defaults to a sign up page for 2022 announcements.
Trust me, I want to be with you guys and party more than ever, but I won’t produce a half baked version and compromise health and safety to make a quick buck. Please continue to be patient and when the time is right, you will be the first to know. Much love. Xo. Destructo
ARTY’s copyright lawsuit against Marshmello has been rejected.
The suit filed back in 2019 claimed Marshmello and his massive 2018 hit “Happier” ripped off the melody from ARTY’s 2014 remix for OneRepublic’s “I Lived.” More on the original complaint here.
There’s an interesting facet in this case, as ARTY signed away his rights to the music when he agreed to do the remix. The producer was paid a flat fee for his work in lieu of receiving any royalties.
According to Variety, ARTY’s contract stated:
I acknowledge and agree that the services rendered (or to be rendered) by Remixer hereunder do not entitle Remixer or me to any ownership or financial interest in the underlying musical composition.
ARTY’s representation argued the “underlying musical composition” meant he gave up the rights to the original composition, but not the remix. Marshmello’s team argued any rights to the remix were indeed waived.
Last Thursday, U.S. District Judge Philip S. Gutierrez ultimately ruled in favor of Marshmello:
From the terms of the contract it is clear that Plaintiff disclaimed ‘any ownership or financial interest’ in the Remix Composition. As such, Defendants are entitled to summary judgment on Plaintiff’s infringement claims because Plaintiff disclaimed his ownership and financial interests in the Arty Elements.
ARTY was notably represented by Richard Busch, the same attorney who represented Marvin Gaye’s family in the famous “Blurred Lines” case.
Marshmello was represented by Robert Jacobs of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP.
Swedish House Mafia have been juggling management teams in recent years. Most recently, we reported their amicable split from Columbia Records and Ron Laffitte of Patriot Management earlier in 2021. Before that, they unexpectedly parted ways with longtime manager Amy Thomson in 2018.
It’s been nearly a decade since Swedish House Mafia released original music. Their studio album Until Now came out in 2012, giving life to timeless classics “Don’t You Worry Child,” “Save The World” and more.
We hope this move results in new music and the comeback we’ve all been waiting for.
Tim: The Official Biography of Avicii is set to release November 16.
Written by award-winning Swedish investigative journalist Måns Mosesson, the book details Tim Bergling’s inspiring life and explosive career, ultimately leading into his tragic death at age 28.
According to a press release, “The book paints an honest picture of Tim and his search in life, not shying from the difficulties that he struggled with.”
Mosesson intends to celebrate a “musical visionary whose sense of melody made him beloved all over the world.” Thus, he has traveled to locations including Miami, Los Angeles, Ibiza and beyond to track Avicii’s rise to the top and lasting impact on the EDM industry.
Proceeds from the book will go to the Tim Bergling Foundation, a charity set up by Bergling’s parents to treat suicide as a global health emergency. The organization actively works to remove the stigma attached to suicide and mental health issues.
April 20, 2021 will mark three years since Avicii’s death.
Spotify Mixes recently hit the platform’s Made For You section — and here’s what to expect.
As part of Spotify’s mission to evolve and expand the Daily Mix family, more playlists have popped up called Spotify Mixes. These specially curated playlists become increasingly personalized to users over time, recommending mixes based on moods and interests.
Each mix is built with listening habits in mind, putting your favorite artists, songs, genres, and decades in the mix. Then, Spotify supplements the mix by adding in music the algorithm thinks you’ll love. Each mix updates frequently, so there’s always something new to discover.
Gustav Söderström, Spotify’s Chief R&D Officer, explains:
There isn’t just one Spotify experience. There are actually more like 345 million different Spotify experiences—one for each listener. Every day, half a trillion events—whether they are searches, listens, likes, or countless other actions—take place on Spotify, powering and guiding our machine learning system. This gives us the ability to drive discovery in a way that audio has never seen before.
The new feature is available to Free and Premium users globally. Get started exploring your new artist, genre, and decade mixes within in the Made For You hub on Spotify.
Abduction Festival was forced to cancel yesterday due to severe weather, along with its accompanying live stream.
The inaugural Abduction kicked off around 5 PM yesterday at Lot 54 at The Vanguard in Orlando, Florida. With the safety in mind, Insomniac shut down the sold out event by 7 PM, citing “inhospitable climate” including wind and lightning.
The festival still had many acts lined up for the evening, including Diplo, VirtualRiot, Tchami, BarelyAlive, 4B b2b Flosstradamus, DirtyAudio and more. Some attendees were still making their way into the venue when Abduction made the announcement.
Whether or not Abduction will take place another weekend has yet to be revealed. Insomniac East assures fans, however, “We look forward to seeing you on the dance floor very soon!”
According to Insomniac Events, full refunds will automatically be issued to ticket holders.
All ticket holders will be automatically refunded & alien contact will occur in the future. We look forward to seeing you on the dance floor very soon!💚🛸
MUST DIE! just revealed his new album CRISIS VISION is coming out May 21.
The producer is locked and loaded with a variety of heavy-hitting new releases as he continues to push the MUST DIE! sound forward. The post below gives offers an exclusive look at CRISIS VISION, due out next month, with official album art from vinne.
The announcement follows up a steady stream of new releases, including “SORROW TECH,” “HELLBURST,” “DON’T EVEN BOTHER” and “NERVE DAMAGE.” All of which share consistent artwork and will presumably join together as part of the forthcoming LP.
Recently, MUST DIE! also confirmed a triple-threat collaboration in the works with Akeos and Skream, but it’s unknown whether the song will appear on CRISIS VISION.
Don Diablo’sDestination Hexagonia NFT concert hit the blockchain market on Friday, selling for a jaw-dropping $1.2 million in just four minutes.
The hour-long performance film breaks records as the world’s first full-length concert NFT. In addition, the transaction smashes SuperRare‘s record for any single item NFT sale.
Diablo describes Destination Hexagonia, a project he embarked on last year, as “a next level sci-fi animated live concert experience.”
For $1,259,280 (600.0 ETH), the purchaser of the NFT receives a hand-crafted box containing a physical hard drive with the only existing copy of the virtual concert experience.
The project follows up Don Diablo’s debut Genesis NFT drop which sold last month for $200,000.
You might be wondering what one of the world’s most-beloved DJ/producers is doing with all that money. Much of the proceeds from the sale of Destination Hexagonia will be directed to Diablo’s HEXAGON Foundation, an organization dedicated to supporting the needs of artists in the NFT space.
Pendulum have remained relatively active through the lockdown with a number of live performances and special guest mixes. They also recently announced a headlining Pendulum: Trinity outdoor show at The Drumsheds in London set for this Summer.
Still, they’ve clearly found time to hit the studio and we’ll be hearing follow ups to their 2020 releases, “Driver” and “Nothing for Free,” much sooner than we thought.
Listen to a preview here and get ready for new Pendulum!
Having your Ultra debut cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic has got to be one of the hardest things for an up and coming act to deal with. But that is exactly what the creator of up and coming Los Angeles based act GUMMiBEAR went through last year as they just began gaining momentum. On a lighter side, the time during lockdown he used to create GUMMiBEAR with another creative mind. Now, they are releasing their debut track “Till They Shut Us Down”, which is a funky house jam that pumps some stellar vocals from Jae-Mi on top of the groove. Just in time for festival season, “Till They Shut Us Down” will keep you dancing until they actually shut down the show!
Flyght Club is the moniker given to a new project from LA-based multi-instrumentalist and producer, Shauvik Sharan. With his first single “So Alone for So Long” 2019, Shauvik introduced the Flyght Club style as a little bit jazzy and funky, a little lofi and containing a lot of emotive, honest lyrics. The sound has only been growing from there.
As more singles were released over the course of 2020, Sharan added to the largely acoustic sound of “So Alone for So Long” by incorporating elements of hip hop and trap. “All for You” is probably the most EDM-styled track in Flyght Club discography so far, with lots of electronic synths but generally it would be classed as well-produced R&B. It has the lyrical romance of the first track but showcases Sharan’s production skills over his guitar work.
“Re-Up” featuring King Cruff is much more hip hop but still with an ambient or lofi twist. Think Matisyahu meets Das Racist. It opens with a quote from Bob Marley and thus the opening of the fun, cartoon video poses Sharan watching Marley on TV as another homage. The video also is meant to show the difference between Sharan’s life in India where he grew up and now in Los Angeles. Rather than being a criticism of either place, the video drives home the point in the song: it’s possible to be happy and live peacefully wherever you are, and the richness of life is rooted in how one feels.
Coming into this year, Flyght Club has deigned to bring a little bit of global music into the mix. For the two most recent tracks, “Those American Eyes” and “Olivia,” the acoustic vibes are back and Sharan really showcases his guitar skills. The video for “Olivia” was posted on YouTube in July but was just recently added to Flyght Club’s Spotify. The vibes here are almost pop in terms of Sharan’s vocals and the production, but it’s more a rock/pop situation, with the production supporting and highlighting Sharan’s extraordinary guitar skills. The video features Sharan playing all the instruments for the song, using different mics, creating sounds with different contorllers and running the beat on his laptop. A multi-instrumentalist, indeed
“Those American Eyes is a cacophony of beautiful sounds composed as an ensemble piece, even bringing a sitar from his native India to add those lovely atmospherics to the track. The video adds to the ensemble feel of the piece, with different artists and Sharan in a recording studio rather than just him in a Tiny Desk format. Though Sharan plays most of the instruments on this track, the chill jam session looks like a great way to perform as well. Seems as though Sharan likes both, so it wouldn’t surprising if he brings in more guest instrumentalists on this project.
With a style this diverse and clearly superior know-how, Sharan as Flyght Club will likely do well in any arena he chooses within music. As it stands, he’s already worked with some major artists like Jason Derulo and Movi3. It will be interesting to see how this lofi prodigy continues to dance between genres and bring chill vibes with a meaning to lots of different audiences.
All tracks for Flyte Club can be streamed on Spotify. Check our his YouTube channel as well for more videos.
YVNG JALAPENO, is now revealing his sophomore single, “‘Lunatic” from Lunatic EP, following up the first showcase, “Losing Myself,” and all of which shines light on what will be an well-encompassed 4-track sonic journey. From empowering hip-hop to emotionally dramatic pop, YVNG JALAPENO is more than capable of working with virtually any genre, never leaving out his signature trap/bass incorporation that makes it unquestionably distinguishable as his own. The solo DJ/producer has been supported by A-List globally touring electronic musician Jauz, who has taken their connection to the next step by signing ‘Lunatic’ EP to his label Bite This! Expect explosive drops, vocal energy and a festival banger in the making.
SuperFuture and AceMyth have teamed up again for a heavy-hitting, bass-ridden production out now on SubCarbonRecords.
With “Bandit,” both producers flex their sound design prowess, as gritty textures and relentless growls control the track. The production never stays in one place for too long, offering dubstep lovers a wubby, wonky fix with plenty of unexpected switch ups along the way.
AceMyth shares of the release, “Nick and I have been using this as a secret weapon in our sets for ages and I’m happy to finally unleash it.”
Last we heard from Super Future and AceMyth on a single track, the two delivered “Black Magic,” another experimental departure from the respective soundscapes of both rising artists.
Above all else, we can hear how much fun Super Future and AceMyth had creating this beast, and that’s what it’s all about. Listen to “Bandit,” available as a free download via SubCarbon Records.
For more heat, link up with Super Future and AceMyth below.
Our favorite speed demon Haus of Panda reworks Proxy’s rave classic “Raven” with his very own Speed House flip, available as a free download.
The iconic “Raven” intro is kept intact, bumping up the BPM to better match Haus of Panda’s choice speed. An epic flurry of breaks and synth risers build up the production before landing on the track’s first high-octane drop, with plenty of stutters and switch-ups to keep listeners on their toes. A secondary lead is introduced in the track’s final moments, increasing momentum and interest once again to close out the edit.
Keeping with the recipe that has worked for him best, Haus of Panda continues to release high-energy productions and lead his Speed House Movement well into 2021.
Revisit the electrifying 2012 original from Proxy here and check out the latest from Haus of Panda below.
In readying for his “last NFT drop for a minute,” the producer also lets fans in on “new album visuals” by JonathanZawada. The soundscape and accompanying visual element share a style consistent with reminiscent works of Flume, providing something new and exciting while keeping the project’s overall theme intact.
It’s been years since Flume blessed us with a full body of work. In 2019, he dropped his unexpected and well-received Hi This Is Flume Mixtape. In 2016, he released his most recent studio album, Skin with astounding, groundbreaking productions including “Never Be Like You” featuring Kai, “Say It” featuring Tove Lo, and many more instant classics.
To say anticipation is running high for the next Flume album would be an understatement. We’ll be sure to keep you updated as more details become available.
In the meantime, check out 1 of 3 digital art pieces forthcoming as part of Flume’s NFT drop below.
Our last NFT drop for a minute – previewing some of the new album visuals – on @niftygateway this Sunday.
I recently moved back to Australia and have found myself living just down the road from @JonathanZawada after we respectively spent a number of years in LA.
We know that Odesza is working on new music. In the past they’ve worked with a large array of artists to help bring their vision to life, including Naomi Wild, Regina Spektor, Leon Bridges, Zyra, and more — but so far they haven’t had the sort of high profile collaborations that a lot of artists at their level have. And there’s nothing wrong with that, they certainly don’t need it, but wouldn’t it be cool if they worked with someone like, oh, Death Cab For Cutie?
Toward the end of a discussion with Audacy’s Bryce Segall on New Arrivals, Death Cab For Cutie’s Ben Gibbard gets asked about working with Odesza considering they’ve been billed on many of the same lineups over the years.
“You just kind of lit a fire for me to reach out to these dudes,” Gibbard says. “I’ve worked on a couple aborted projects with electronic musicians over the past year, and the couple times they haven’t gone anywhere, my wife would say, ‘You should call those Odesza guys!’ […] You know I should probably reach out to those guys.”
Death Cab is best known for their songs “I Will Follow You Into The Dark” and “Soul Meets Body.” They haven’t released an album since 2018 though they’ve released a couple EPs since 2019, the most recent being The Georgia EP last December.
MASTERIA jumps back IN / ROTATION with his latest single, “Everything.”
As a Detroit-based talent known for his menacing productions, MASTERIA switches up the mood to make room for some much needed optimistic energy. As the industry begins to open back up, “Everything” is the perfect segue into a hopeful future.
The track delivers an unexpected twist on MASTERIA’s fierce style of bass house. Featuring sermon-like spoken word vocals matched with quirky sound design and a rolling bassline, the production is packed with fun switch-ups to match the track’s positive tone.
MASTERIA shares in his own words:
‘Everything’ is a track about hope and having a belief that no matter what you might be going through, everything really will be okay in the end. This pandemic especially created a sense of dread and hopelessness in a community that thrives on positivity and energy, so I wanted to write a high-energy track with vocals that reflected the need to have hope that our industry and love for live performances will return one day soon.
Listen to “Everything” here and link up with MASTERIA below.
Nostalgix is coming at us today with “Realest” — a huge new release out now on legendary label, UKF.
The modern-day 90s “it-girl” steps up her game once again, fusing bold trap elements with her signature bass house flair. “Realest” features Nostalgix straight flexing with one of her hardest hitting verses to date, with two distinct drops and vocal chops to turn the club up.
It should be noted, Nostalgix is the only producer, writer and singer on the track (as with much of her work), showcasing her triple-threat talent and self-made success. She’s only gaining momentum and we absolutely love to hear it.
Nostalgix shares a short and sweet statement along with the track, “So crazy to share this song with you all. Hope you love it as much as I do.”
Farrah Presents All-Stars is going down tonight on Electric Hawk TV!
With a star-studded roster of collaborators and friends, Farrah is coming at us with a specially-curated live stream event featuring Poni, Jinx, SpaceCowgirls (PaulineHerr b2b Rossy), Senza, and Kilamanzego. Oh yeah, and she’ll be throwing down herself to close out the All-Star lineup!
Farrah, one of our Top 40 Artists to Watch in 2021, shares of the All-Stars event, “It is a special project to me as all of these women are artists that I truly believe in and each of them are on their own, respectable, unique journey. Above all else, they are my closest friends.”
The Electric Hawk team has coordinated this experience along with Farrah in order to highlight underground talent and also get the community involved in supporting the artists.
Get your Friday night plans on lock with All-Stars on Electric Hawk TV. Peep the full lineup and schedule below, and we’ll see you in the chat!