SnowGlobe Music Festival, situated in picture-perfect South Lake Tahoe, California, will ring in the New Year against the mountains to the tune of Disclosure, Flume, Porter Robinson, Skrillex and Zedd as its top bills.
Other big-name acts include Atmosphere, Flux Pavillon, Phantogram, and Odesza.
The three-day festival will be held on the Lake Tahoe Community College campus, Dec. 29 – 31, in what will be a surefire New Year’s Eve banger.
Single-day tickets are still available.
Check out the lineup announcement video below, and also soak in SG’s surreal festival setting.
MNEK seems to be on top of the world with all the tracks he’s been involved with in the electronic world in the last year, but he has yet to release his debut album. Instead, he’s been teasing us with some seriously epic solo tracks that show us what exactly he’s about. “The Rhythm” is his latest tune to hit the public and it’s a perfect mixture of powerful r&b vocals with an electric beat that’ll have people wanting to hit the dancefloor. Needless to say, it’s explosive and we are ready for more. Listen to the addictive gem below.
“If a man doesn’t know how to dance he doesn’t know how to make love, there I said it!”
― Craig Ferguson
A twisted pop darkness with an addition of r&b vibes, this is what you hear when turning on Made In Heights’ new track “Panther”. It’s got an addictive thing about it that should have everyone turning their heads and wondering where to get more. Luckily for us all, their forthcoming new album will be released sometime next year. For now, give their other catchy tracks a spin including this new one below.
Brooklyn’s My Body, best known for their recent remix of Phantogram, has finally found time to record their own brand of sugary mutant pop and will be releasing an EP full of it – entitled 6 Wives. Their new single “All I Can” comes on strong with tight break beat production and simple synth pop prowess. A hooky combo that emphasizes the innocent vocals of singer Jordan Bagnall.
Leading up to the release of their album called Desire on November 23rd, Years and Years released another beautiful single today called “Memo.” I’ll go on record saying I was going through a pretty heavy hip-hop streak this morning until I stumbled across this beauty in my SoundCloud stream. Falsetto crooning over a simple piano pattern was a pretty stark change from the heavy hitting beats and inappropriate lyrics I was listening to, but it’s Friday, so anything goes. Well, now that I’ve listened to this song multiple times on repeat, I figure it’s worth sharing with the masses. Hit the jump for the song lyrics.