Howard and Guy Lawrence, otherwise known at Disclosure, have been a bit scaled back over the past year, with the exception of their track “Ultimatum” featuring Fatoumata Diawara back in May, the duo has been relatively quiet.
The group announced in January that they would not be organizing the WILD LIFE festival with Rudimental, stating that they were instead utilizing that time to “embark on album number 3”.
Now, things seem to be ramping up for the pair, as they have dropped two brand new tracks called “Where Angels Fear to Tread” and “Moonlight”, along with the following message:
“We’ve been completely obsessed with acapella jazz groups lately, and wanted to try and incorporate that sound into our music. The Four Freshmen where one of the earliest groups to incorporate advanced jazz harmony into this style and inspired the likes of The Beach Boys. Years later, they are still inspiring us! Hope you all enjoy.”
Fortnite Reveals Marshmello Event Numbers
Fortnite developer Epic Games has officially unveiled the numbers from their Marshmello branded concert event that dominated Twitch streams earlier this year.
According to The Verge, who cited Epic Games, 10.7 million people attended the Marshmello in-game concert, which topped the previous largest in-game event that took place back in November when the mysterious purple cube was destroyed.
It’s no secret that musicians have been finding cross-over success with either appearing on, or engaging in their own Twitch channels, and leveraging Fortnite’s, and Twitch‘s, overwhelming popularity seems to have been a brilliant idea.
It will be interesting to see how more EDM musicians proceed with both gaming and streaming moving forward, as there are plenty of opportunities to work with Twitch, Mixer streams, and a number of sub-sections of the streaming community such as female streamers.
Steve Aoki, TWIIG, Drop Big Room Banger ‘Hoovela’
In anticipation of his upcoming album ‘Neon Future II’, Steve Aoki has dropped a brand new big room banger, in collaboration with TWIIG, called ‘Hoovela’ that many are saying is some of the iconic artists’ best work in years.
Check out the track below:
Check Out Whipped Cream’s New Track ‘Blood’
Halloween is right around the corner and a number of artists are taking part in the October-long celebration by releasing some spooky, Halloween themed tracks, and Whipped Cream’s new track ‘Blood’ is no exception.
“This is my first original record in 9 months that I will be sharing. I took the last 9 months, to properly project what goes on inside my mind and put it into my music and I’m really happy I did that as I grew a lot more into my higher self. I have always been inspired by world sound and cinematic sound. Blood is a perfect blend of both yet also maintains an energy the human body will move to. I’m really happy to start this next chapter with this song and finish this year off with more of my new music, each of which tells their own story. WHIPPED CREAM SZN is officially here” – C
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