FACT mix 627: Oneohtrix Point Never

Oneohtrix Point Never turns in a special FACT mix dedicated to the world cinema. Daniel Lopatin shouldn’t need any introduction on these pages. Over the past decade, under the tongue-twisting Oneohtrix Point Never moniker, Lopatin has journeyed from the Tangerine Dream-influenced synth fantasia his early tapes, through the vaporwave-adjacent Replica years to explore daring fresh

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Forbes: Tidal Could Be The Asset That Makes Jay Z A Billionaire

 Tidal has faced some hurdles since Shawn “Jay Z” Carter and other artist-owners relaunched the service in March 2015. The initial public response to the streaming platform was negative, there was significant turnover at the executive level, and an overwhelming majority music industry executives believed the service would not last a year. Two years later, Forbes suggests

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Your Guide to Frank Ocean’s Endless Visual Album

FAQ for you. Dry your eyes, Frank Ocean has been found and so has his new music! After two weeks cryptic, intermittently streamed carpentry, Ocean seemingly completed work on his stairs Thursday night and promptly (by his watch) dropped a new 45-minute visual album, Endless, on iTunes and Apple Music. According to Apple, it’s the

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Reddit crowdsources 22-track playlist seeking the 'Bohemian Rhapsody' of EDM – Dancing Astronaut

Yesterday, March 28, a  user under the handle “EngineOfDestruction” posed a taxing question to the r/electronicmusic sub- community. The or enquired, “In your opinion, what is the ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ EDM – A song that will be around forever?” After the thread gained with close to 600 comments from other r/electronicmusic members weighing in with their

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Reddit crowdsources 22-track playlist seeking the 'Bohemian Rhapsody' of EDM – Dancing Astronaut

Yesterday, March 28, a  user under the handle “EngineOfDestruction” posed a taxing question to the r/electronicmusic sub- community. The or enquired, “In your opinion, what is the ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ EDM – A song that will be around forever?” After the thread gained with close to 600 comments from other r/electronicmusic members weighing in with their

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Watch the official music video for Daft Punk and The Weeknd's 'I Feel It Coming' – Dancing Astronaut

There’s ten a cryptic quality in the aesthetics both and . On March 9, the supra-partnership continued this trait with the release their ficial music video for “I Feel It Coming.” Shot in a lo-fi, VHS recording, the interplanetary love story-turned-apocalyptic tragedy seems somewhat related to the story-line their “Starboy” music video. It isn’t entirely

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Daft Punk's debut Essential Mix turns 20 today

Finish the week f with a mix from one the most influential and storied dance acts all time. For as long as we can remember, Pete Tong and his legendary Essential Mix have been taking over the airwaves BBC Radio 1 to showcase the world’s greatest DJs in a two-hour recorded mix. This twenty year old segment came out the

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Daft Punk allegedly preparing for spring tour, Playboy reports – Dancing Astronaut

Hardly a month after the annual rumors headlining Coachella ficially subsided with January’s lineup announcement, the question reemerged following . As has been widely reported, Vegas betting odds currently project a 3:1 chance the French duo taking the singer’s place. Yesterday, February 27, Playboy weighed in on this rumor, publishing an article titled, “We Think We Know

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DX Digest: The Weeknd, Drake & More Posse Up For "Reminder" & Raekwon Goes Down "Purple Brick Road" With G-Eazy

Thursday (February 16) has proven to be a huge day for new projects. Kicking f with The Weeknd’s star-studded video for “Reminder” featuring Drake, A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott, YG, and French Montana, the DX Digest puts Raekwon and G-Eazy’s “Purple Brick Road,” MadeinTYO and Big Sean’s “Skateboard P,” and CyHi The Prynce’s Kanye West-produced “Nu Africa”

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Frank Ocean Blasts the Grammys

Frank Ocean is putting the Grammys on blast. After the show’s producer Ken Ehrlich and writer David Wild criticized the singer’s 2013 performance “Forrest Gump” on the telecast, the Blonde superstar responded in a scathing Tumblr post. “Yea yea my 2013 performance at the Grammys was absolute shit,” wrote Ocean. “Technical difficulties, blah blah. Thanks

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