Michael Jackson’s Xscape featuring previously unreleased music from the late King of Pop and is set to be released on the 13th May. The album has almost brought Jackson back from the dead, we can’t seem to escape him!
However, there is some confusion over the legitimacy of the album. Jackson’s family have questioned whether a soundalike sang on some of the songs and Dave Grohl stated that he didn’t play on the track that he is credited on as a drummer. Will.I.Am has also stated that he wouldn’t release any of the unfinished songs the two wrote together because he knows Michael wouldn’t want the world to hear the incomplete music.
Enter Fedde Le Grand. This EDM giant has put is dance-touch on what he considers “one of the biggest and most honorable projects I was ever asked to work on.” He mixed the single Love Never Felt So Good from Xscape and it is one of the best tributes to Michael, recovering the blunder that was the album.
His set was featured BBC1’s Dance Anthems with Danny Howard, with immaculate synth-work that builds up to an explosion of party beats and pop vibes resonant of Jackson’s work.
Have a listen here and let us know what you think of the whole situation in the comments below.
After doing a few collaborations, Fedde Le grande stands alone for his new single ‘Rockin’ N’ Rollin.’ This song was debuted at Ultra Music Festival this year, and has quickly become one of the crowd favourites. The mix is a heavier kind of electro, a style that Fedde had mastered long ago.
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!!
Shore Thing has been Sydney’s favourite New Years Eve party, hosted on the world known famous beach. Since 2005, there have been many international artists performing and attending the events, from; Fatboy Slim, David Guetta, Basement Jazz and Armand Van Helden to Snoop Doggy Dogg and also Calvin Harris last year.
This year’s line-up kicks off with Knife Party to raise the non-existent roof and kings of Dance Music, The Chemical Brothers hitting the DJ decks to ensure that as 2012 draws to a close, no one is going to be standing still. Also, that is not all, to add more light to the occasion, a heap of fireworks lighting up the ocean and night skies whilst leaving the year 2012 behind will brighten the new years to come. As 2013 arrives closer and closer NYE Shore Thing event is one huge party for all to enjoy. Dance, Party, be with your mates and family and chill on the sand, sounds like a great deal. Be sure to grab a ticket or two and we will meet you there!! Let us know if you are attending the event or if you have gone to one of the Shore Thing parties before by commenting below.
For you and your friends and family to get there safely please check out on how to get there also, the event has specific entry requirements for the safety of yourself and others, please check the list of Prohibited Items. *Police and guard dogs will be searching patrons upon entry to the event for the safety of yourself and others.
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