Unlike Pluto “Everything Black” out today on Monstercat

After endless anticipation, Unlike Pluto’s much awaited “Everything Black” single has arrived today on Monstercat. Implementing his now renowned signature sound, Unlike Pluto harnesses his deep Jazz, Rock and even R&B influences in this single featuring the powerful vocals from Mike Taylor. With a 23 plus date ‘Everything Black’ tour set to launch at the end of March, there’s no doubt that fans across North America will be getting swept off their feet to “Everything Black”

In a overflowing musical landscape such as Electronic Music, the challenge of separating oneself from the pack is perpetual. Armond Arabashi, known to many as Unlike Pluto, has proven unmitigated fearlessness in his work, allowing him to shine bright time and time again. Featured as one of Billboard’s “2016 Dance Artists to Watch”, Unlike Pluto has earned that title through a multitude of forms.

Becoming a household name for many via his remix for Diplo’s “Revolution” which garnered over 25 million plays, the Atlanta native, now Los Angeles based producer is making his mark on Dance music. Coming from a classically trained background, Armond provides unorthodox musical elements much through his deep Jazz influences; catching the eye of heavy hitting labels such as Mad Decent and Monstercat.

The trek for Unlike Pluto has only just begun; all we can do is watch in awe as this groundbreaking act continues to reach for the stars.

Miami Music Week
March 26 – Monstercat showcase – Hangar Miami

Everything Black Tour:
March 31 – Ottawa, ON – Barrymore’s Music Hall
April 1 – Montreal, QC – Newspeak
April 2 – Winnipeg, MB – Nectar Nightclub
April 6 – Denver, CO – Beta Nightclub
April 7 – Austin, TX – Euphoria Music & Camping Festival
April 9 – Phoenix, AZ – Phoenix Lights
April 13 – Vancouver, BC – Celebrities (SEASONS Music Festival)
April 14 – Edmonton, AB – Northern Lights Music Festival
April 15 – Minneapolis, MN – The Loft
April 20 – Ferndale, MI – Grasshopper Underground
April 21 – Toronto, ON – Velvet Underground
April 22 – Athens, OH – # FEST
April 27 – San Francisco, CA – 1015 Folsom
April 28 – Milwaukee, WI – SITE1A
April 29 – Chicago, IL – The MID
May 4 – Salt Lake City, UT – Sky
May 5 – Portland, OR – 45 East
May 6 – Seattle, WA – Foundation Nightclub
May 12 – Los Angeles, CA – TBA
May 18 – Washington, DC – U Street Music Hall
+ More dates to be added

AtrophIA – Within A Dream [Exclusive Premiere]

Excision announce 2017 tour featuring The Paradox


Excision announces his massive 2017 tour to span North America with 50+ stop from the dawn of the new year all the way through March. Revered as one of the leading heavy bass acts in music and live performance, the Canadian producer is hot on the heels of his newest album Virus, which charted as the number one dance album in the country upon release.

Instantly becoming the can’t-miss event series for bass fans in 2017, Excision’s 2017 tour will feature The Paradox; the original, overpowering stage production debuted last year to universal acclaim. Mastering the set up’s cutting-edge LED technology, The Paradox will be paired yet again with Excision’s infamous sounds system – known to be the most commanding live audio experience, with sound and clarity that boasts a “face-melting 150,000 watts of PK Sounds.”

Kicking off mid-January in Las Vegas, Excision’s 2017 tour will pass through major cities from Los Angeles to New York, and touching all corners of the US, before concluding in late March. Joining the Virus producer on the road, Cookie Monsta, Barely Alive, and Dion Timmer are the confirmed supporting acts.

1/14: Las Vegas, NV – The Joint
1/20: Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
1/21: Boise, ID – Revolution Center
1/22: Spokane, WA – The Knitting Factory
1/23: Eugene, OR – McDonald Theater
1/24: Portland, OR – Rosaland Theater
1/26: Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst
1/27: Los Angeles, CA – The Palladium
1/29: Tuscon, AZ – Rialto Theater
2/2: Omaha, NE – Sokol Auditorium
2/3: Milwaukee, WI – The Rave
2/5: Urbana, IL – Canopy Club
2/6: Urbana, IL – Canopy Club
2/7: Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel
2/8: Raleigh, NC – The Ritz
2/9: Charlotte, NC – The Fillmore
2/10: Orlando, FL – House Of Blues
2/11: Miami, FL – Fillmore
2/12: Tampa, FL – The Ritz
2/16: Atlanta, GA – The Tabernacle
2/17: Knoxville, TN – The International
2/18: Detroit, MI – The Fillmore
2/19: Detroit, MI – The Fillmore
2/20: Buffalo, NY – Riverworks
2/21: Syracuse, NY – Westcott Theater
2/23: Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE
2/24: Washington, DC – Echostage
2/25: Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore
2/26: Baltimore, MD – Ram’s Head Live
2/27: Norfolk, VA – The Norva
2/28: Richmond, VA – The National
3/2: Boston, MA – House Of Blues
3/3: New York, NY – Playstation Theater
3/4: New York, NY – Playstation Theater
3/5: Wallingford, CT – The Dome
3/7: Cleveland, OH – House Of Blues
3/8: Columbus, OH – Express Live
3/9: Indianapolis, IN – The Egyptian Room
3/10: Minneapolis, MN – The Myth
3/11: Minneapolis, MN – The Myth
3/15: St Louis, MO – The Pageant
3/16: Kansas City, MO – The Midland
3/17: Denver, CO – 1st Bank Center
3/18: Denver, CO – 1st Bank Center
3/19: Albuquerque NM – El Rey Theater
3/23: Austin, TX – Stubbs
3/24: Houston, TX – Revention Music Center
3/25: Dallas, TX – Southside Ballroom
3/26: Tulsa, OK – Cains Ballroom

Sweater Beats Hits All The Feels With “Did You Wrong”

Viceroy – Next Escape ft. Patrick Baker



April 16 – Do Lab Stage at Coachella

May 6 – Varsity Theatre in Baton Lounge, LA

May 7 – Republic in New Orleans, LA

May 13 – Create Nightclub in Los Angeles, CA

May 14 – Monarch Theater in Phoenix, AZ

May 20 – Elektricity Nightclub in Pontiac, MI

May 21 – U Street Music Hall in Washington, DC

May 26 – Lightning In A Bottle in Bradley, CA

June 2 – Infrasound in Highbridge, WI

June 3 – The Mid in Chicago, IL

June 4 – Club X in Salt Lake City, UT

June 10 – Euphoria Nightclub in Portland, OR

June 11 – Public Works in San Francisco, CA

July 14 – Camp Bisco in Scranton, PA

July 22 – Enchanted Forest Gathering in Layton, CA

The Weeknd – Tell Your Friends (Just Kiddin Edit)

Mas Ysa – Arrows

Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Can’t Keep Checking My Phone

Crookers “I Just Can’t” out now on Dim Mak + North American Tour Dates

eavily supported by the likes of Jack Ü, Oliver Heldens, Martin Garrix, Pete Tong and Dim Mak’s own Steve Aoki, among others, Crookers “I Just Can’t” feat. Jeremih is poised to be one of the biggest dance music smashes of the summer. The playlist-friendly Radio Edit is available today on iTunes in the Americas, while the more DJ-friendly Original Mix has been bundled with two exciting reworks from GTA and Hybrid Theory for an exclusive Beatport release, also in the Americas.

In support of the single, Crookers hit the road for a North American tour that included featured slots on Dim Mak’s Miami and SXSW events, plus stops in Los Angeles, Chicago and Washington DC. The tour wraps up this month with remaining dates in Salt Lake City, San Diego, New York City and Boston.

Previously described by Pitchfork as “one of the more promising examples of an ongoing cross-pollination between the club and “the club,” Crookers remains one of the most prominent DJs working today. Achieving his first major success in 2008, Crookers’ remix of Kid Cudi’s “Day ‘N Nite” reached top 20 in 21 countries, top five in six different countries, and twice platinum in the United States. 2010 saw the release of Crookers’ debut album Tons of Friends, which featured an all-star lineup that included the likes of Miike Snow, Pitbull and Major Lazer. The 2011 follow up, Dr. Gonzo, proved to be another step forward for Phra, as he once again showcased his ability to produce catchy club beats without compromising his originality.

Don’t miss your first taste of the new Crookers album (due out later this Spring and featuring collaborations with TJR, Zombie Nation, Antwon, STS and more) with the irresistible single “I Just Can’t” feat. Jeremih – and be sure to experience Crookers in a city near you!

Crookers North American Tour – Remaining Dates
April 17 Salt Lake City, UT @ Area 51
April 23 San Diego, CA @ Bassmnt
April 24 New York, NY @ Pacha
April 25 Boston, MA @ Prime