Andy Suzuki & The Method are prepping to take their live show to the West Coast, but not before blessing NYC with one last show. Hitting NYC's Mercury Lounge on March 4th, the band will up the ante on their live set with even more polished musicianship, funnier banter and even more energy than before. This show will be one to remember, and with the band elevating their stock even higher with their highly anticipated California tour dates, this is a must-attend event for the month of March. Catch them on Tuesday, March 4th, and witness the band that has people on both coasts buzzing. Tickets are $10 here, or $12 on the day of the show, get your ticket now before they sell out!
Earlier this month, Skrillex launched his Takeovers tour with the invasion of San Francisco. Packing seven sold out shows into six days, Skrillex made sure his presence was known. Each show was uniquely different from the last, featuring support from artists like Jack Beats, GTA, Claude VonStroke, A$AP Rocky, Louisahhh!!!, and more.
For those unfortunate enough to not make it to one of these spectacular nights, Nest HQ has provided documentation of the first week thanks to videographer Glenjamn. Enjoy the next six minutes as you get a taste of what happened during those six days of takeover in San Francisco.
Circus Records, founded by Doctor P and Flux Pavilion, is proud to announce a new compilation record entitled Grand Central that will drop on March 24th.
The new album will feature 11 brand new tracks from Doctor P and Flux Pavilion and will feature new artists such as Lets Be Friends, Fox Stevenson, Dead Exit, Robots Can't Dance and Nezzo.
To celebrate the new album, the Circus Records artists will be going on a Grand Central Tour and an album launch party at Miami's Grand Central on March 25th buy your tickets for the launch party and the tour here!
After weeks of promo tweets and instagram posts, Major Lazer has finally released their Apocalypse Soon EP and you need to hear it as soon as possible. The group consisting of Diplo, Walshy Fire, and Jillionaire have risen to become one of EDM's hottest acts this past year and they are only continuing to build up hype around their name with the release of this EP. The project feautres from some of noticable names like Pharrell Williams to Sean Paul, who are utilized nicely on their respective tracks. Each song is filled with high energy and strong beats whice are sure to get any party bumping as soon as you hit play.
The last year has been very kind to Pharell Williams, and as he prepares to release his first album in nearly eight years, G I R L, the 'Happy' hit maker is offering a free, advanced stream of his new album via iTunes Radio. The 10-track album is star-studded with guest appearances from Daft Punk and Alicia Keys, along with pop royals Justin Timberlake and Miley Cyrus. Stream 'G I R L' here and be sure to grab your copy on March 3rd!
Marquee Las Vegas has locked in an impressive lineup of residencies for 2014. The night and dayclub is known for delivering only the best, and this roster only serves as proof that Marquee is a force to reckoned with. From the trance king himself, Armin van Buuren, to Dirtybird head hancho, Claude Vonstroke, Marquee is offering something for everyone. This year's residents will also include, Jamie Jones, Markus Schulz, Benny Benassi, Porter Robinson, and many more. For those hitting Vegas anytime soon, be sure to check out the Marquee calendar to find out when your favorite artist will be performing.
Atlantic recording artist, Christina Perri, and Australian clothier, MINK PINK, presented an exclusive listening party for Perri’s sophomore album, Head or Heart. Perri took the stage for a small set at NYC’s posh Bar Nana and mingled in the intimate setting with guests while her new album was being heard for the first time.
Lost Language most recently welcomed home head honcho, Ben Lost. As a way to celebrate his return to the director’s chair of the famed label, Lost has mixed the fifth episode of the renowned Exhibition series.
Of the upcoming release, he says, “Exhibition V is our new year-zero, a holographic slice of who we are, where we’ve been and where we’re going. Our collective’s heritage is rich, and it’s only going to become more so.”
We couldn’t imagine a better way for Lost Language to start their year. The compilation displays the overwhelming trance and progressive talent that will be flooding the ears of listeners from here on out. Lost has won us over once again as a reminder that being Lost isn’t such a bad thing.
Beyoncé Knowles-Carter brings us the visual for her latest single, “Partition.” In a clip from her “Self-Titled” documentary, Queen Bey explains that the inspiration for the video came after taking her then fiancé and now husband Jay Z, to a strip club called Crazy Horse, for his birthday. “The day that I got engaged was my husband’s birthday, and I took him to ‘Crazy Horse’ and I remember thinking, ‘Damn, these girls are fly,” the singer recounted. “I just thought it was the ultimate show. I was like, ‘Wish I was up there, I wish I could perform that for my man.’ So that’s what I did for the video.” Check out Mr. and Mrs. Carter as they heat things up on the big screen below!
Iggy Azalea strikes a pose, adorning a multicolored ensemble in the newly released art cover for her upcoming debut album, The New Classic. After much delay, it has been confirmed that the LP is set to debut on Apr. 14. In addition to the good news, the Australian, pop femcee announced dates for The New Classic Tour via Twitter on Monday, which will follow the release of the highly anticipated album, scheduled to kick off in Boston and conclude in Seattle. Azalea, whose latest single from the upcoming LP, "Fancy," which first received airplay on BBC radio earlier this month, is currently working on a Clueless-themed video for the single. "Fancy" features singer-songwriter, Charlie XCX. The New Classic will be available for pre-order on Mar. 4. Tour dates are listed below!