Way back in 2003, The Ataris released their debut studio album, So Long, Astoria, which would turn out to be a breakthrough for the band, as well as a defining moment in their career. Since the release of that album, the line-up that made So Long, Astoria separated to begin new projects. After a brief hiatus, and one album release, the new look band never achieved that same success as ‘So Long.’
Finally, after a decade apart, the line-up that brought fans their breakthrough debut have reunited and have hit the road on their So Long, Astoria Reunion Tour. Hitting Philly this Thursday night (March 27th), the band will be performing the album in its entirety, and may even preview tracks from their upcoming album, The Graveyard of the Atlantic. The show will take place at the Theatre of Living Arts, and will surely be a nostalgic night for longtime fans, as well as a great opportunity for newcomers to experience the album that put the band on the map. Make your way down to the Theatre of Living Arts this Thursday night at 7pm. Tickets are available here. $23
01. “Ten Feet Tall” (feat. Wrabel)
02. “Illuminate” (feat. Matthew Koma)
03. “Born to Run’ (feat. Tyler Glenn)
04. “Freedom” (Afrojack & D-Wayne) [feat. Jack McManus]
05. “The Spark” (feat. Spree Wilson)
06. “Dynamite” (feat. Snoop Dogg)
07. “Too Wild” (feat. Wiz Khalifa)
08. “Three Strikes” (feat. Jack McManus)
09. “Catch Tomorrow” (feat. Sting)
10. “We’ll Be Ok” (feat. Wrabel)
11. “Mexico” (feat. Shirazi)
12. “Keep Our Love Alive” (feat. Matthew Koma)
Sander van Doorn has unleashed another monster track before heading over to Miami Music Week, where he will be hosting his very own pool party, an impressive lineup in tow. With the assistance of Firebeatz on the production, "Guitar Song,” sounds like it's going to be a big hit in Miami. It's got a lot of elements-- from the big room introduction rising into a sick guitar riff to the progressive build which finally leads into sick electro house drop.
You can stream the song via Soundcloud, and purchase the track at Beatport now.
Going to Winter Music Conference in Miami this year? No matter what event you're at or what artist you're seeing, you're going to want to make the most of your time. Well we have the best tips for you to have an amazing time you won't forget!
1. This one's pretty obvious, but we still might have to remind a few people - don't drink too much. Yes, you're in Miami and you want to have fun... but how are you going to enjoy yourself when you're sick from alcohol? Which is to say, would you rather be out with your friends having fun, or bonding with the toilet? Exactly.
Can’t make it to Miami? No worries, Ultra Music Festival is streaming all three days of the festival live for you to enjoy in the comfort of your own home. You can still get that Ultra experience with the Ultra Live Stream, produced by UMF TV. No matter where you are in the world, you can tune in and hear the amazing sets from all of your favorite DJs. So clear your calendar because the Ultra Live Stream begins on Friday, March 28th at 4pm. The stream ends at midnight but continues Saturday, March 29th from 3pm to midnight and Sunday, March 30th from 3pm to 11pm. Gather up your friends who also aren’t going to Ultra, play that live stream, and have a party of your own. You can have the Ultra Music Festival right in your own room (or at least a tinier version of it).
Start your April off with a psychedelic pilgrimage to Outer Shpongolia! Shpongle is back in NYC for two nights at Irving Plaza on tour for their latest album, Museum of Consciousness. You can get tickets for the Thursday, April 3rd show here and tickets for the Friday, April 4th show here. There's also an option to buy two-day passes for the true Shpongle heads out there. Both shows start at 7 PM. To get you psyched, here's The Aquatic Garden of Extra-Celestial Delights, our favorite track from the new album!
All Gone Pete Tong returns to the Surfcomber Hotel this Miami Music Week on March 28th with an eye-catching lineup consisting of Pete Tong, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Carlo Lio, Dubfire, Michael Brun, Kolsch, MK, Oliver Heldens, Nathan Barato, Tube & Berger, The Chainsmokers and a number of special unannounced guests. In combining more mainstream acts such as DV&LM with rising underground stars like MK, Tong’s lineup stands out as one that pushes the envelope and sees no limits to its success. For more information and tickets, click here.