Before Flume was the international sensation that he is today, he was just another bedroom producer like the rest of them. Around the years of 2008-09 when electronic music’s entrance into the mainstream was in its infancy, Flume was uploading songs to MySpace.
Just under a month ago, Dutch producer/DJ Nicky Romero took to Facebook to open up about some reasons he’s been relatively quiet recently. He cited anxiety as a major issue for the lack of new music, adding that tours and the musician lifestyle in general have added significant stress to his day-to-day life.
Early numbers for NBC’s Coat of Many Colors, which aired Thursday night, suggest good news for fans of Dolly Parton and country music. With 12.8 million viewers, the two-hour special based on Parton’s autobiographical song was the most-watched film on the “big four” broadcast networks in nearly four years. The film also marked a four-year high in the key demographic — adult viewers 18-49.
Björk has had it with the “rednecks” running Iceland. The singer is at her home, where it is midafternoon yet below freezing, and her daughter has just returned home from school and is practicing piano in the background. As bassy scales ring out behind her, the singer tells Rolling Stone that with today’s conclusion of the COP21 conference in Paris – where representatives from countries around the world are attempting to solve climate change – it’s time to raise attention to the way the “rednecks,” her term for Iceland’s prime minister and minister of finance, want to industrialize …read more
When I interviewed Ferry Corsten back in January, he vowed to make three Hello World EPs before the end of 2015.
For all of the originals that Marshmello has released during his mysterious tenure in 2015, none have been so widely spread as his unofficial remix of Adele’s “Hello.” Hours after it appeared on Soundcloud, it was taken down, and it’s been a fight to upload it in various forms in various locations ever since.