The Chainsmokers, Deadmau5, Disclosure + more at Decadence Arizona

Phoenix, AZ – We’re just week’s away from Decadence NYE, Arizona’s first two-day New Year’s Eve celebration on December 30 & 31, 2016, at Rawhide Western Town & Event Center. Presented by Relentless Beats and Global Dance, the third annual event has previously featured such acts as: Above & Beyond; Adventure Club; Borgore; Crizzly; Flosstradamus; Jack Ü; Kaskade; Knife Party; ODESZA; Pretty Lights; and Seven Lions, amongst others.

The 2016 lineup is jam packed from top to bottom with the finest names in dance music including The Chainsmokers, Deadmau5, Disclosure, Porter Robinson, DJ Snake, Zedd, Jauz, and Marshmello, to name a few.

Rawhide Western Town & Event Center is situated on the Gila River Indian Community and is Arizona’s largest 1880s western-themed entertainment venue. Located just south of Phoenix, the venue is just 20 minutes from the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in Chandler, AZ. Relentless Beats will be transforming Rawhide’s Frontier Hall into the Arizona’s biggest super-club for a decadent two nights. Guests are invited to indulge and live lavishly one last time, as they say good-bye to 2016 and prepare to welcome the fresh beginnings of a new year.

General Admission and VIP tickets (reserved for 21+) are available online here. A VIP ticket includes everything that a GA ticket includes PLUS separate VIP entrance, 2x complimentary drinks per pass, catered food, a large VIP deck with assorted seating, premium view of the main stage, passed hors d’oeuvres, and a commemorative lanyard.

Decadence Arizona is an 18 and over event.

Decadence NYE Full Line Up
The Chainsmokers
Porter Robinson
DJ Snake

Corporate Slackrs
Green Velvet
The Him
Justin Jay
Kennedy Jones
Kill Paris
Sam Feldt
Shiba San

Lazy Rich ‘Knock Me Out’

Swinging in with an absolute blinder of a new electro house track, ‘Knock Me Out’ sees English producer Lazy Rich cap off 2016 in huge style, and make a clear, concise and considerably filthy move into the much-welcomed New Year and beyond.

Releasing on Dutch underground imprint Big & Dirty, part of the Be Yourself Music group, ‘Knock Me Out’ sees Lazy easily straddle a host of genres with his latest piece. Cleverly crafting huge bass and trap lines that intersect with pumping electronic layers and funk-fueled organic piano sections, Lazy constructs a piece that manages to create symbiosis between the electronic and the instrumental. It’s a no-holds barred, take no prisoners slice of dance floor magic that firmly pulls on ‘traditional’ funky house influences while at the same time managing to thrust huge, infectious, roaring big room elements.

Known the world over for his uncompromising sound and his mastery of the electro house genre, Lazy Rich enjoys support from some of the industry’s most revered producers – Tiesto, Skrillex, Norman Cook, Laidback Luke, Armin Van Helden, Fedde Le Grand, Hardwell to name just a few. His writing and collaboration credits are equally as impressive: Lady Gaga, Fatboy Slim, Deadmau5, Avicii, Porter Robinson, X-Press 2. Yet not content to sit on these admittedly impressive laurels, with ‘Knock Me Out’ Lazy Rich seems undeniably intent on making an even bigger mark as the dance community moves through into 2017.

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Exodus and WallStreet unchain ‘Boom!’

DJ, producer, label owner, promoter… is their anything that American Dance music heavyweight Exodus can’t turn his hand to? Based in New York, the multitalented artist and business mogul has been responsible for some of the scene’s biggest records, including collaborations with Chuckie, officially remixing music icons like Tiesto and Snoop Dogg, and releasing on major imprints such as Sony Music, Armada Music, Black Hole Recordings and Cr2 Records – it’s no wonder he has gathered the support of A-List stars including Hardwell, Martin Garrix, R3hab, Nicky Romero, Ummet Ozcan and Thomas Gold – achievements many aspiring artists can only dream of achieving.

Next to be added to Exodus’ ever-growing release catalogue is ‘Boom!’, a collaboration with WallStreet and a Big Room thriller that features the iconic vocals of versatile singer/songwriter Hawkboy, who recently collaborated with Afrojack and Laidback Luke. Huge Big Room kicks, infectious synth designs and heavy beats dominate this festival banger – a must have for any DJ’s record box. ‘Boom!’ is out now via Peak Hour Music, the home to legendary names including Deadmau5, Porter Robinson, Wolfgang Gartner and Deorro, so make sure you grab your copy fast before it flies off the record store shelves!

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Clef & Canberra team up with Jonny Rose for ‘Mad City’

Despite only announcing themselves onto the clubbing circuit a very short time ago, Philadelphia based DJ and production duo Clef & Canberra have been on a rapid journey to the top of the North American Dance music scene – and it’s no surprise why. With their studio productions gaining recognition from tastemakers like Blasterjaxx, as well as supporting A-List stars including Marshmallow in the clubs, Clef & Canberra are certainly a name to watch out for.

Next to be added to their ever-growing release catalogue is ‘Mad City’, an uplifting high-energy Progressive Big Room smasher that features the stunning vocals of versatile singer/songwriter Jonny Rose. Crisp catchy vocals and infectious melodies grab a hold on you and pull you in to this huge tune – it won’t be long before you are singing along with your hands in the air.

The release of ‘Mad City’ sees Clef & Canberra make their debut on one of the highest selling Dance labels in the game, Peak Hour Music. Based in New York, Peak Hour Music has been the home to legendary names including Deadmau5, Porter Robinson, Wolfgang Gartner and Deorro – it’s safe to say that Clef & Canberra are in safe hands. ‘Mad City’ is out now so make sure you grab your copy now.

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