DJ Snake and Malaa’s brand new collaborative single, “Ring The Alarm,” is out now — sparking much excitement for their upcoming b2b tour. The track was previously teased on social media and arrives today already well-received by house fans everywhere.

“Ring The Alarm” goes off, disrupting the speakers with hyped up vocals, alarms and energetic rave synths. The result is a genre-breaking, unruly anthem, which stays consistent with DJ Snake and Malaa’s underground meets main stage style. Perfect for playing out in clubs, festivals and warehouses alike all Summer long.

Later this month, DJ Snake and Malaa are heading out on tour together, hitting up Chicago, Denver, Washington D.C. and Oakland, as well as the legendary, sold out Hard Summer music festival in San Bernardino.

Listen here as DJ Snake and Malaa bring the energy once again!

DJ Snake & Malaa – Ring The Alarm

Stream/download: https://djsnake.lnk.to/RingTheAlarm

 

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Ahead of the release of Kanye West‘s tenth studio album ‘DONDA’, the rapper hosted a listening party in Atlanta for fans to get a taste of what they’re in for.

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The Atlanta event for the album – which at time of writing has yet to hit streaming services – is the second of its kind to go ahead this week, with West hosting a surprise event in Las Vegas on July 19.

Pusha T, Def Jam and others associated with Ye announced the Atlanta listening party on social media earlier this week, with tickets available for between US$20 and $50. It was later announced that the party would be live-streamed globally via Apple Music.

West reportedly gave 5,000 tickets away to staff and students of the city’s historically black colleges and universities, including Clark Atlanta, Morehouse, Spelman and … Read more

Quickly rising bass producer Rausch based out of Worcester, Massachusetts just released a brand new single on the Arcadium Project titled ‘Cherry Blossom.’ The record is as tantalizing as it sounds.

As the record commences, listeners are met with glistening synths as if you had just embarked upon a journey through some sort of crystal lair in which turning back is not an option. As the record begins to pickup soft hymns of ear candy, swirling risers, and hefty kicks and percussion make they’re way into the mix. As the record builds up towards its climax a burst of finely modulated synths unload upon the listener for a bass driven exploration into sound.

Rausch truly nails ‘Cherry Blossom’ to a tee from beginning to end. From a mesmerizing intro that swiftly brings listeners into the fold while keeping them entranceed and hitting them with a profusion of bass, Rausch clearly … Read more

The estate of New Orleans legend Dr. John has issued a statement saying that a forthcoming documentary on his life directed by The Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach is unauthorised.

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Auerbach and Dr. John, who died in 2019, collaborated multiple times in the last decade of the latter’s life, with Auerbach producing and playing guitar on John’s Grammy Award-winning 2012 album ‘Locked Down’.

Earlier this month, Auerbach announced he would make his directorial debut with a documentary about the singer-songwriter, in partnership with Radical Media and Impact Artist Productions. But in a new statement, Dr. John’s estate announced the project does not have its blessing.

“The Official Estate of Malcolm John Rebennack, Jr., p/k/a Dr. John, clarifies that the Estate has not authorized the recently announced documentary on the life of Dr. John purportedly to be produced by Impact … Read more

Kaskade: Los Angeles went off over the weekend, as the superstar DJ/producer made history by playing the first concert at LA’s newly opened SoFi Stadium. Joining the party were Dombresky and deadmau5, who threw down a surprise set as Testpilot.

Tens of thousands of people were reportedly in attendance, although exact numbers are not currently available. The venue holds a capacity of 70,000, intended to host major events such as this one from Insomniac, as well as football games for the Chargers and Rams.

Kaskade previously shared his excitement for the event:

Every time I play in Los Angeles, it evokes this feeling that is unmatched anywhere else in the world. It’s that sensation of getting into your own bed after being away for too long, it’s heat in the cold and it’s comfort when anxiety has been playing its game. Any show I play in Read more