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Group Home – “American Pimp” Ft. Ty Nitty (Video)

Lil Dap & Malachi The Nutcracker from the legendary Group Home are promoting their limited press Vinyl & CD entitled “Group Home Forever” 18 new bangers with guest features from Sadat X, Ty Nitty & Many more.  Here is the 1st single and official video for, “American Pimp” Feat. Ty Nitty of the Infamous Mobb.

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Gryffin Unveils Stunning Heading Home Remix Package Featuring Le Youth, Feki, Love Thy Brother, and More

Gryffin Unveils Stunning Heading Home Remix Package Featuring Le Youth, Feki, Love Thy Brother, and More
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After kicking off his impressive career as a serial remixer of massive pop anthems, Gryffin took a different approach to start 2016 by releasing “Heading Home,” his debut original. The talented multi-instrumentalist followed that up with an even more impressive performance, selling out his entire debut tour that hit some of the biggest cities in North America. Now, “Heading Home” has officially gotten the remix treatment by some of the best up-and-comers in dance music, like Le Youth, Love Thy Brother, Feki, and more.

The remix pack features a wide variety of different takes on the track, from Love Thy Brother’s melodic house reimagination, to Le Youth’s uplifting future bass rendition, to a summer-ready take by up-and-comer Nick Talos. You can check out the full pack below, and get your own copy of “Heading Home” here.

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Reno Is Home To One Of The More Unique Festivals: The Sculpture Fest

Reno Is Home To One Of The More Unique Festivals: The Sculpture Fest
Brian Poles

This weekend in Reno, starting on May 6 and going through to May 8 is their 2nd-annual Sculpture Fest which is a weekend filled with art, music and culture. Over the course of the weekend 12 blocks of downtown Reno will be shut down to host over 30 monstrous and beautiful sculptures, interactive art pieces, food trucks, live music, and more. So to better put it, there is something there for everyone.

Artists from all over the country come to this to showcase their work this weekend and to dazzle the public with their best pieces. Their will be live painters painting murals to the main attraction which are the numerous sculptures scattered throughout the downtown area.

Apart from the artists there will also be music hosted throughout the weekend whether it’s the free live bands who will be playing, a silent-disco or the late-night after shows with names like Kill the Noise, Luzcid, Big Freedia and more.

So if you are in the area make sure to come out this weekend for what will be a good time with great art, music and vibes and you can find all the info from their website below or their Facebook event page.

Reno Sculpture Fest: | Website |

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Jonas Vincent Takes Neil Thomas’ “Home” To New Heights

Jonas Vincent Takes Neil Thomas’ “Home” To New Heights
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If you’re looking for a sound to soothe your soul or put you back into a happy place, look no further than Jonas Vincent’s official remix of Neil Thomas’ “Home.” While the original has more of a techno sound and fast paced tempo, Jonas Vincent takes us to a house haven with the help of string instruments,piano notes, and euphoric synths. Press play and let this remix take you “Home.”

You can check out the official remix or peep the original with the lyric video below!

Neil Thomas || Home (Jonas Vincent Remix) | Stream |

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Michael Brun Remixes “Home We’ll Go (Take My Hand)”

Michael Brun Remixes “Home We’ll Go (Take My Hand)”
Lauren Ikenn

When Steve Aoki dropped Neon Future II in May of 2015 we were all blown away. Now, seven months later, artists are still remixing great songs off of this album and Michael Brun’s new remix of “Home We’ll Go (Take My Hand)” is no exception to the greatness. “Home We’ll Go,” featuring Walk Off The Earth, gives Aoki fans a great mix of his usual dance feel and the pop vibes that Walk Off The Earth are known for and now, as a remix EP of the song has just come out, we get to hear how other artists take on this amazing song. Michael Brun’s remix of “Home We’ll Go” is uplifting and the melody is infectious. Brun managed to put his own spin on it, while still keeping the key parts of the beloved song as is, making it a huge success! Make sure to listen below, download and share this amazing new remix.

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[Event Review] Insomniac Hits A Home Run With Their Inaugural Dreamstate Festival

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[Event Review] Insomniac Hits A Home Run With Their Inaugural Dreamstate Festival
Brian Poles

Over Thanksgiving weekend Insomniac held their first ever all-trance festival Dreamstate and with it they brought their “A” game. What was being referred to as “Trancegiving,” the festival delivered on all fronts. The music, the production, the people, all top-notch.

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Trance fans from all over the country and other parts of the globe united at southern California’s NOS Events Center for this spectacle of top-of-the-line trance acts who rarely grace the U.S. with their presence along with others who dominate the genre. Over the course of the weekend I met people from Japan, Korea, Toronto, Seattle, New York, Texas, Kansas, and pretty much everywhere else in the U.S. It was a trance fan’s dream (pun intended) to be able to attend a festival like this by one of the top events company in the world. No one other than Insomniac could have put on an event like this and have been as successful.

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On Friday the stage was set for the dark and heavier sounds of trance to fill our eardrums. Psytrance was the theme of the night and things got moving fast. Acts like Ace Ventura, Astrix, Indecent Noise, and Paul Oakenfold playing his “full on fluoro” set provided the crowd with deep, dark energy and heavy beats. Long buildups with huge basslines leading into a melodic drop was the norm from these acts. Others like Ben Nicky, Orjan Nilsen, Standerwick, and Giuseppe Ottoviani played a mix of uplifting, psy, and tech to get a good mix of the genre going for the night. When the lasers first turned on during Giuseppe Ottoviani’s set the crowd grew awe and fully grasped what they were about to get into for the night. As the clock ticked forward the production of the event seemed to grow. The lights and lasers were in perfect sync with the music providing fans not with just great music, but also a great show.

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Saturday catered to the softer and more uplifting sounds of trance. Will Atkinson, Rank 1, Aly & Fila, John O’Callaghan, and Paul van Dyk all graced us with melodic tunes and high energy, giving the crowd something to just let go of all their feelings to and fall into a state of trance. Jordan Suckley, Simon Patterson, and Bryan Kearney also laid down some heavy beats similar to those heard on day one but keeping in line with the lighter and uplifting sounds that the rest of the acts on Saturday played. Again, when the lasers first popped on during Rank 1’s set, the crowd exploded in energy and happiness as it really was a sight to behold. Crowd favorites were played like Rank 1’s “Airwave” and Gareth Emery‘s “Concrete Angel” which got everyone singing along.

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Dreamstate was a big success for Insomniac. Not only did it sell out in hours of tickets going on sale back in August, but those who attended seemed to be in general consensus that the event went spectacularly. Everyone who I talked to said they had a blast and would highly consider going again. A Dreamstate stage at EDC New York has already been announced and tickets for the event in San Francisco over the weekend of January 16 & 17 are still on sale. The production Insomniac put on for this festival was out of this world and certainly worth the price of admission even if you are not the biggest fan of trance music. If you are part of the Trance Family though, then this is a must-attend event. For everyone who did attend, thank you for the positive vibes and thank you Insomniac for putting on a memorable event and giving us all a Thanksgiving weekend for the books.

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