In case your Mondays are dragging along due to a fun-filled weekend (this guy), here are a few significant happenings in the world of EDM.
First and foremost, today marks the release of Sub Focus’ brand new track called “Falling Down”. Known for producing Drum n’ Bass, Dubstep, and even House tracks, the English artist continues to impress with this tune, featuring the sexy vocals of singer/songwriter Kenzie May who is just 19 years old and hails from London. Bhanna and I were at Ultra 2011 to witness the unveiling of “Falling Down” and after months of waiting it is finally here – you won’t be disappointed. See the video from Ultra below.
Best part about this? Sub Focus released this track for free on his Facebook page (click the FALLING DOWN tab on the left side). All you have to do is share the link with a friend and you can download the original mix, the radio edit, and the official artwork as one package. And don’t sleep on Kenzie May either – show her some love on her official Facebook page.
Next up is yet another release by Swedish Electro-House party starters Dada Life. Any reader of this site knows about our obsession with them and recently they’ve been on a tear by constantly touring all over the world and producing banger after banger (“Big Bad Wolf” remix, “Happy Violence“, “ICE” [with Kaskade], etc). Personally I’m still awaiting my first real Dada Life experience, but if they’re coming to a venue near you, and you like bananas and champagne, get your tickets! This one goes HARD (surprised?)!
Last up – it’s never too early to start thinking about Labor Day weekend 2012, right? Electric Zoo is quickly becoming one of the top destinations for EDM fans and festival lovers alike and it’s the only place in America’s northeast that you can see some of the world’s best DJs for three days straight. The folks at Made Event are offering a “Holiday Ticket Sale”, so if you’re planning on going and want to save some cash, click here to purchase them.