Thirty Seconds to Mars have apparently gone from assailing our senses with Deftones-level walls of sound to ooohhhhing and aaaahhhhing at us with, frankly, derivative tunes. A fairly straightforward EDM experience, but way less rock than there ought to be.
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From opening with a Cello performance to playing songs from her recent album, everyone enjoyed the vibes. Alison felt the support from her fans which moved her to tears later in the show. Check out our full gallery of shots and be sure to catch her on tour.
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Check out our chat with electronic producer TOH IMAGO about his latest album 'Refuge,' recording live in the forests of Northern France, his influences, and more.
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Throughout Western history, music has had a place in daily life - growing its foothold year after year. With the turn of each decade, music has turned as well. Perhaps in an effort to appeal to a developing society... Perhaps as an indicator of that same society's development...
If you are in France on June 8, you might want to go to the Palace of Versailles as this historic place is set to hold its first ever rave.
Human feels like an awakening, a new direction in life, and a result of a search for deeper understanding. It's an album that's full of spirituality and (at times overtly) religious overtones that sees Steve Angello pull out all of the tools in his deep tool kit, and while it's a clear departure from the music that thrust him to the upper echelons, it's a glorious new beginning to something special.
Alison Wonderland's sophomore effort is a crazy mix of wide ranging sounds that kept me on my toes throughout, not really knowing what to expect next. I'm not the biggest EDM fan but I really enjoyed her brand of music and I never would have guessed that someone could make me like a Chief Keef EDM song as much as I did.
Music festivals have been big contributors to our growing environmental problems and to help, the EDM festival Mysteryland will now run almost entirely on locally-generated green grid power.
The game is supposed to work on the 'Tap Tap Revenge' system where the fans listening to 'Joyride III' would tap along to the songs from the album.