Canadian artists Excision and Downlink combine with Pendulum’s KJ Sawka to form the drop-heavy dubstep group Destroid. They are due to release their debut album, strategically named ‘The Invasion,’ that will drop on May 7. The threesome have confirmed collaborations with EDM big-shots Bassnectar & Far Too Loud, placing this 10-track debut album as one of the most anticipated.
In support of The Invasion (and theirs), Destroid will be embarking on a full-band US tour in order to showcase their music. Their work is claimed to be “the heaviest of the heavy” we’ve ever seen in bass music.
Fans will be stoked to know that Excision will be taking part in a ‘Ask Me Anything’ session on the release day of The Invasion, so if you are a fan, it is not to be missed!
Destroid US tour dates confirmed so far:
Friday May 31 – The Warfield, San Francisco (CA)
Saturday June 8 – Moonrise Festival, Baltimore (MD)
Sunday June 9 – Orion Music + More Festival, Detroit (MI)
Thursday July 11 to Saturday July 13 – Camp Bisco, Pattersonville (NY)
It was released recently and includes The Disco Biscuits, Bassnectar, and PassionPit as headliners, I’m talking about Camp Bisco 2013 of cause! Also performing is TommyTrash, Congorock, WolfgangGartner, DillionFrancis, and FluxPavillion to satisfy your EDM cravings. This is one of their most exciting lineups to date and you don’t want to miss it. We’ll keep you updated and pumped with news on tents, the art installations you will experience, and interviews with performers you will see at Camp this summer. In the mean time you can check out the full lineup and purchase tickets here.
Camp Bisco 2013 event will be held July 11-13 in Mariaville, NY.
Chicago dance music fans have another reason to rejoice for this upcoming festival season — Spring Awakening has just announced the first wave of its lineup for the three-day June festival. Well, not exactly. Earlier today, Clubtix accidentally uploaded an image which revealed the “first wave” of artists that have been booked for the three day festival that is set to take place from June 14th-16th.
The much anticipated Coachella 2013 lineup was officially announced the other day, putting an end to speculation and rumours and delivering a monster lineup as per usual. This year the Stone Roses, Blur, Phoenix and the RedHotChiliPeppers are the headlining acts but there are plenty of EDM artists and DJ’s to keep you going as well, including Bassnectar, DogBlood, NickyRomero, TommyTrash, KnifeParty, BennyBenassi, MajorLazer, FreddieLe Grand, Pretty Lights, Eric Prydz, Hardwell, Paul Okenfold, Adrian Lux and more!!
The festival is held on two weekends this year – April 12-14 and April 19-21 and passes go on sale Tuesday January 29th at 10.00am PT from this website.
The most memorable moment from last years Coachella would definitely have to be Tupac’s holographic appearance! Who know’s what surprise await for this years Coachella!!
After Ultra Music Festival‘s Phase 1 lineup we knew that the standards for Phase 2 were going to be pretty high but they’ve definitely gone above and beyond to pump out this epic lineup!! Check it out:
If you can get to Miami, be there and you will see why Ultra Music Festival is one of the biggest festivals in the world!! Remember this year the festival is held on two consecutive weekends for there is plenty of opportunity to catch some of the biggest EDM artists in the world!!
Now this is welcome news, Down3r fans! Until now, we’ve been checking the Blue Pie Tours and the Down3r gigs section on his website for news on his tours. But now there’s a third option! Down3r is on BandsInTown! BandsInTown is here to help take the guesswork out of following your favourite artists. Instead of […]
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