FNT Presents: TheFuture.fm’s Weekend Boogie ft. Tony Quattro

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TheFuture.fm, a new leading platform for streaming DJ mixes and live sets curated by the world’s top DJs, is bringing you the soundtrack to your weekend once again. TheFuture.fm continues their Weekend Boogie mix series by giving us the exclusive on this firing mix from Tony Quattro. This NY-based future star has been flourishing with his trademark bass-centric sound, and he now delivers a diverse mix that features tracks from Doctor Jeep, Kidnap Kid, Stanton Warriors, Mak & Pasteman, and of course, Tony Quattro himself, among others. Have a listen to the mix and have a great weekend!
 

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Elephante – Shake The Earth ft. Lyon Hart [Free Download]

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Like many emerging artists, Elephante built a reputation on creating superbly-crafted remixes that shook the blogosphere and took Hype Machine by storm, but unlike those who have come before him, the LA-based talent has ditched the remix formula and jumped feet first into the original production arena. An incredible first effort alongside vocalist Lyon Hart, Elephante’s original debut “Shake the Earth,” is everything you’d expect his first solo production to sound like. Bursting at the seams with a unique blend of big room energy and a pristine melodic acumen, “Shake the Earth” delivers Lyon Hart’s anthemic refrains on top of a heap of shuffling synthesis and vocal stutters.  Just as he did with his remix work, Elephante is throwing this one out there for free to his fans.  Grab it today.

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‘Kris Trindl was pretending to DJ’ EDM stars court paper’s claim former Krewella band member filed a baseless lawsuit

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Back in September, Kris Trindl better known as Rain Man in the EDM supergroup Krewella, accused his bandmates of taking advantage of him while he was recovering from his problems with alcohol. The $5 million lawsuit filed by Trindl claimed that Yasmine and Jahan mistreated him due to his desire to be sober and consequently forced him out of the band he helped found for “being depressed.” The sister’s response that was released today paints a wildly different picture.

According to an article published in the Hollywood Reporter, the remaining members of Krewella are speaking out against what they claim to be a baseless lawsuit from Kris Trindl.  The court documents and counterclaims clearly demonstrate some extremely bad blood between all parties involved. Richard Busch, attorney for the Yousaf sisters, has called the lawsuit baseless and believes that the information they have filed with indemnify the sister’s of any wrongdoing.  The countclaim states that during performances Trindl would just generally stand to the side of Jahan and Yasmine while “pretending to DJ” alleging that he was on stage “purely for the sake of image.” The papers also claim that Trindl did very little production on many of the Krewella tracks and that his alcoholism lead the group to hire outside producers to help Kris finish the album.

Kris’s lawsuit claims he was forced to go into rehab for depression, but this counterclaim presents a different version of the truth, including his refusal for treatment during an intervention; “Kris was unaware of the intervention beforehand and at the intervention, it was apparent that he was not sober, with some commenting that they believed he was under the influence of marijuana. Everyone read letters to Kris expressing their love and care for him and their concerns for his well being. Kris refused to go to the sixty day treatment plan and instead told everyone to ‘F–k off.’”

Dina LaPolt, attorney for Trindl, responded to the Hollywood Reporter defending her client; “Yes he’s an alcoholic and an addict. The point that it took him a while to get sober, doesn’t give them right to arbitrarily throw him out and deny him his third share. When they met, [the sisters] didn’t know what was a middle C was on the keyboard. They still don’t. The only notes they know are bank notes.”

The sisters will be speaking out live this Sunday at 7PM PST.

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Via: The Hollywood Reporter

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The Griswolds – Beware The Dog (Autograf Remix)

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For their third release in as many weeks, Autograf took on The Griswolds‘ unforgettable single “Beware The Dog.” It’s the second release in their “Future Tropical” series, which uses tropical-inspired instrumentation to combat winter’s plummeting temperatures, bursting winds, and dwindling daylight hours. And it’s effective. The remix is every bit as charming and charismatic as the unshakeable original, and the listener is left trembling with anticipation as the song progresses from one summery section to the next. If coldness is in fact a state of mind, then Autograf’s “Beware The Dog” will undoubtedly keep you warm.

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Christina Perri – Burning Gold (Autograf Remix)

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Krewella plan to speak out and ‘Say Goodbye’ this Sunday

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Yesterday, the two remaining members of Krewella, Yasmine and Jahan, updated their social media presence with a new logo and a cryptic profile photo. Speculation was rampant around the meaning behind “Say Goodbye” and the heavy metal re-imagining of the Krewella logo. Initially some fans feared that the trio-turned-duo would be closing up shop but it is far more likely “Say Goodbye” is a cathartic new tune detailing the group’s recent turmoil. Despite the legal troubles, it appears that Krewella’s remaining members are turning over a new leaf and moving forward without Chris Trindl and they plan to speak out about their new direction and their rocky past this Sunday at 7PM PST live on Twitch.

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Dancing Astronaut presents Axis episode 129: Mixed by Cazzette

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Cazzette are chameleons in the studio.

Initially gaining their momentum through a series of heavy hitting, borderline dubstep, productions early in their life cycle, the duo have since showcased a talent for producing nearly every genre of EDM. Perhaps the first of the mainstream adopters of the “nu-deep” style that has swept the scene in the past year, Cazzette’s latest metamorphosis is a main stage adaptation of the underground’s sound. From the stunning sound design on “Sleepless” to their return to the deep on “Blind Heart,” the duo have proven that genre distinctions are a thing of the past and make it a point to showcase that mentality on their hour long addition to Dancing Astronaut Axis.

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David Guetta teams up with Chase for free download of ‘Listen’ album ahead of November 24th release

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Free music never felt so good (or legal). Whereas Mastercard holders will have access to an exclusive pre-sale for Mysteryland tickets, Chase customers may download David Guetta‘s latest album, Listen, for free ahead of its November 24th release date. The French DJ and producer has partnered with Chase to honor the recent launch of Apple Pay.

The catch? Simply add your eligible Chase Visa credit or debit card to Apple Pay between now and November 23rd to receive a complimentary copy of Listen via iTunes, which will consist of records including “Dangerous,” “What I Did For Love” and “Hey Mama.”

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Listen to David Guetta’s Afrojack and Nicki Minaj collaboration ‘Hey Mama’

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Swizzymack – Bump (Original Mix)

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Scope this. Dubbed ‘Philly Club Music’, Swizzymack supplies a bass-fuelled twerk anthem that’ll put your booty on autodrive. Discovered by Mad Decent’s playboy superstar, Diplo, this 19 year old has gotten the respect of his local radio stations and mainstage DJ’s worldwide. Swizzy goes in hard, chopping bass in rapid-fire, and with the help of this release on Ultra Music he’s brought to the forefront of the scene, showcasing the art of trap.

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Dillon Francis is releasing a 4-track moombahton EP, including a Skrillex collab

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Earlier this year Dillon Francis let us know that he had plans to make a triumphant return to the genre that birthed his career — moombahton. The flavor-of-the-week style disappeared as fast as it came, but for many Dillon fans the downtempo Dutch-infused time period was also his best. Luckily for Francis-fanatics, he just announced via Twitter that he is indeed returning to moomba roots, but this time he’s bringing a friend along. Collaborating with Skrillex for one track on what looks to be a 4-track EP, the LA-based EDM class clown is giving his fans exactly what they want — and then some.

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One of the tracks on the EP is the ID that he opened his EDC Las Vegas set with while the other is the aforementioned Skrillex ID that has been kicking around the internet for a few months.

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Laidback Luke & Project 46 – Memories (Original Mix)

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Joining forces again for their second collaboration, Laidback Luke and Project 46 have reunited for “Memories.” Released for public consumption through Ultra Music, the original mix brings along an abundance of melodic integrity. While uncredited vocals glide over swift synths, a flurry a drums create a rush which catapults into an explosion of melody. The second partnership after “Collide,” “Memories” is an altogether exemplary effort following an acclaimed initial collaboration.

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