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Listen to the most flavour-packed tracks we discovered this week.

Music makes the world go round. And in that regard, we’re constantly on the lookout for new, exciting tunes to share with our audience. We’ve found some that cause goosebumps, and make you open your eyes and get up from your chair to dance. So put on your best pair of headphones, or turn up your speakers, and enjoy this week’s New Music Friday.

Here are our top picks for the best music we came across this week, in no particular order.

Depravity – PAIN!!

Genre: Drum & Bass

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Kicking things off with a heavy-duty one. Depravity is one of Akuma Records’ finest, with beats that induce absolute madness. With a menacing sound, he presents his latest, ‘PAIN!!‘.

It is a fast-paced Drum & Bass track that includes elements borrowed from Dubstep, for that extra tinge of roughness. If you’re a fan of the Asphalt games or simply enjoy this heavy DnB style, press ‘Play’ below without a doubt.

Arcando feat. Livingston Crian – Mr. Brightside (The Killers Cover)

Genre: Drum & Bass

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We’re digging this one! Ever wondered what The Killers’ iconic ‘Mr. Brightside‘ would sound like in Drum & Bass form? Look no further, we’ve got the answer for you. And it comes from producer and sample artist Arcando.

Powerful, dynamic, and absolutely dying to explode in energy and rhythm, this track brings all the best to the table, to ensure you can sing your by-heart lyrics, now under a new, refreshing gust of wind.

Silos, Orgy, Judge & Jury – Insatiable (BLVCK CROWZ Remix)

Genre: Drum & Bass

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Hard Rock, Heavy Drum and Bass, powerful vocals… what else do you need to have the perfect festival-esque DnB? Oh, yes, electric guitars. All of this and more is present in this otherworldy track.

Electronic Rock band Silos recently teamed up with Rock group Orgy, and duo Judge & Jury to release ‘Insatiable‘. Not happy with that, today we’re sharing the amazing DnB take of BLVCK CROWZ. Enjoy.

Sammy Porter & Goody (UK) – Say Ooh

Genre: Tech House, Old-School House

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Because we found more lovely tracks this week that step outside the DnB realm. Here’s the UK collaboration of the moment, Sammy Porter and Goody‘s club banger, ‘Say Ooh‘.

Reminiscing the 90s House vibe from the start, the track quickly shifts to a lemon-face-inducing Tech House beat. Enjoy the power of each kick, and the unmatched amount of groove present.

Bohm – Response

Genre: Breakbeat, Melodic Techno

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Australian duo Bohm has been acing music lately. So much so, their latest release, Digital Awakening, is atop the Beatport Top 100 Indie Dance chart. One of the songs from there is this one, ‘Response

This track is our take on a Breakbeat track, but drawing on Melodic House and Indie Dance elements”, say the authors. And we agree. It’s a really melodic track reproduced over a broken beat that is tremendously catchy.

Home By Dawn & Kyree – Gimme That

Genre: Bass House

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Rising producer Home By Dawn meets Kyree for quite the energetic song. Their latest conjoint effort is titled ‘Gimme That’, and it truly does the Speed House Movement label justice.

Filled with 2014-ish Electro elements for a break, the track swiftly builds from that quality over to a fast-paced, potent drop, which, let’s be honest, feels best with the speakers turned to their corresponding maximum.

Final Words

Stay tuned, for more of our compilations every Thursday and Friday — based on demand. And be sure to follow EDMTunes for all the latest news and reviews that revolve around our beloved Electronic Dance Music!

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ASW Releasing New Album Mixed By Carl Cox, Featuring 25 Tracks From Their Label

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One of the lead labels for artists specializing in live performances, ASW released an exceptional album showcasing some of its most notorious releases. Mixed by none other than the great Carl Cox, the new LP released by the label created by the English DJ Christopher Coe is an exhibition of unique, underground talent. Titled ‘ASW Is Live Mixed By Carl Cox’, this one is certain to become an industry favorite.

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Nowadays, compilation albums are one of the most popular ways labels promote their work and identity. Taking several songs from your catalog and grouping them for one strong release is most definitely the way to go. It helps both in marketing terms and when it comes to the impact the release can have inside the scene.

ASW Highlights The Uniqueness Of Live Performance

The Awesome Soundwave catalog is certainly one of the unique proposals we’ve heard of recently. Artists included in this compilation belong to a wide range. From afrohouse act Digital Afrika to experimental electronic house artist Stimming. From the legendary and prolific Robert Babicz to the spiritual explorer and player of modded toys Giorgia Anjiuli, and from the French superstar Vitalic to the underground live concept artist Hybrasil. These are some of the examples of the stuff you can find on this unique release. Artists known not only for their underground style and persona but for their mastery of live performing.

On this new album, you can find different sounds, genres, and the same quality in every single one of them. Listening to Carl’s mix of 25 tracks from 25 artists highlights the range of talent and diversity of output from the Awesome Soundwave family. Certainly, a strong, well-thought-out, and quality-crafted release.

ASW is Live mixed by Carl Cox is out April 26 on Awesome Soundwave.

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Bio-Music: New Bionic Arm Allows Plant To Play Instruments

Today on inventions that feel extremely surrealistic: Bionic and the Wires invented a machine that allows a living plant to “play” a musical instrument. The group will debut their performance featuring the “bionic robot arm” and a plant this weekend at the city’s Castlehead Viaduct venue on 20th April.

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Bionic and the Wires, led by Manchester based Andy Kidd on the keyboard and Jon Ross on the plants via the robot arm, combines botanical rhythms with atmospheric textures and soundscapes created by synthesizers. The art encourages “new ways of thinking about the natural world”.

The invention harnesses electrical bio-signals that plants generate by natural processes such as photosynthesis. The sensors attached to the plant leaves capture such pulses. In consequence, electricity transforms into power that moves the robotic arm.

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The machine builds upon precursors by the duo, such as Plantwave. This past bionic robot arm, however, enables the plant to directly “play” musical instruments. These include the steel handpan, drum, and the violin.

Speaking on the new invention, Jon Ross said: “We’ve spent many months researching and developing the new bionic robot arms. It’s exciting to think that with this invention we may have opened up the opportunity for a whole new genre of music. Maybe it’s called bionica!?”

Tickets for the upcoming gig at Castlehead Viaduct are available now. You can secure yours here. What do you think? Is this the right direction to take away power from AI and technology and bring back the sounds of nature? (Source)

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Coachella Weekend 1 Saw Decrease in Arrests

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Weekend one of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival was a rollercoaster ride of highs and lows. But nothing could dim the shine of the triumphant sets delivered by Doja Cat and No Doubt. They proved all the doubters wrong and showed that the festival had true headliners after all. However, the latest police arrest reports for Coachella 2024 show a surprising trend – a decrease in the number of arrests compared to previous years. According to a report shared by the Indio Police Department with SFGATE, there were only 81 arrests throughout the weekend, along with 47 parking citations. These numbers mark a significant decline, with arrests down by 20% and parking issues reduced by 43% from the previous year.

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Despite the overall decrease in arrests, the majority of the incidents were still related to drugs. Intoxication accounted for 28 arrests, while possession of drugs for sale resulted in another 28 arrests. Additionally, 18 individuals were arrested for using false identification, most commonly to purchase alcohol. While these numbers may seem high, Officer Guitron from the Indio Police Department highlighted that this year was relatively uneventful in terms of crime at Coachella. However, he did emphasize the ongoing concern of phone theft, urging festival-goers to be vigilant.

One interesting detail from the arrest reports is the mention of recovered phones on the IDP Facebook page. A post revealed that 49 phones had been recovered, although it is unclear how many were lost rather than stolen. Despite the high number of recovered phones, there was only one arrest related to phone theft so far, indicating a potential disconnect between the number of thefts and the arrests made.

Decrease in Arrests

While drug-related arrests still dominated the statistics, it is worth noting that the overall trend of crime at Coachella seems to be stabilizing. Officer Guitron’s assertion that drug citations were no more prevalent than in past years indicates that law enforcement is effectively managing this recurring issue. However, the continued concern over phone theft serves as a reminder for festival-goers to safeguard their belongings and stay vigilant in crowded areas.

As Coachella continues to evolve and attract a diverse crowd of music lovers, it is essential for both attendees and organizers to prioritize safety and security. The decrease in arrests and parking citations at Coachella 2024 is a positive step towards creating a safer environment for all participants. By staying informed about the rules and regulations, respecting fellow attendees, and taking proactive measures to protect personal belongings, festival-goers can contribute to a more enjoyable and trouble-free experience at Coachella.

Addressing Phone Theft Concerns

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One of the persistent challenges faced by attendees at music festivals like Coachella is the threat of phone theft. The recent arrest reports from Coachella 2024 highlight the ongoing concern over stolen phones, despite only one arrest being made in connection to phone theft so far. The recovery of 49 phones, as mentioned in the IDP Facebook post, raises questions about the prevalence of theft versus the effectiveness of law enforcement in addressing these incidents.

As festival-goers navigate the crowded grounds of Coachella, it is crucial to take precautions to prevent phone theft. Simple steps such as keeping phones secure in zipped pockets or bags, avoiding leaving them unattended, and enabling tracking features can help deter potential thieves. Additionally, staying aware of surroundings, reporting suspicious behavior to security personnel, and using password protection on devices can further enhance the security of personal belongings.

While the decrease in overall arrests at Coachella 2024 is a positive development, the issue of phone theft remains a pressing concern that requires continued attention and vigilance. By working together to protect personal belongings, stay informed about safety measures, and support law enforcement efforts, festival attendees can contribute to a safer and more enjoyable experience for all at Coachella and similar events.

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