Incase you missed all the epic that happened this past Saturday night… I went ahead and did you a solid – Here are two amazing clips from the SNL Season Finale. Andy Samberg came in to close out the hosting duties for the season and he brought along some of his friends. Pharrell gave him a hand with a new digital short named “HUGS” and Lil Jon was able to help them ‘Turn Up To Death!’ w/ a new video about the life a DJ lives behind the decks with a video called “When Will The Bass Drop?” – Check them out below and let us know what you think!
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Soon to be released track, ‘Go Deep’ (Torro Torro Remix) by Wax Motif & Neoteric, featured in Avicii’s set!
We recently came across a YouTube video of Avicii’s set from earlier this month at Union Square in San Francisco playing one of our upcoming tracks, Go Deep (Torro Torro Remix) by Wax Motif & Neoteric. Check out the video for a preview of the track and be sure to keep an eye out for the official teaser before its release next month.
While a late evening shower may have dampened the ground at the launch of Boom, Belgium’s Tomorrowland Festival, the magic of the day wasn’t hindered by it in the very least. If anything, the 60,000 fans in attendance Friday probably welcomed the cool down.
Banging sets by Joachim Garraud & Clockwork, coupled with the ecstatic raging of a few thousand fans, turned Steve Aoki’s tented Dim Mak stage into a sauna. Of course, when rapper Lil Jon walked out and “Welcomed all the ladies and gentlemen” to Tomorrowland, before launching into “Turbulence,” mayhem ensued. And speaking of raging – notable in Aoki’s set – festival goers were treated to a brand spanking new bomber of a collab with Knife Party. Fittingly, when we left Dim Mak for the day, Indonesian rising star Angger Dimas (who revealed to MTV News that a brand new Boys Will Be Boys track with Tiësto is coming soon) had just launched into “Internet Friends.”
With all the craziness that went down in Miami this past week…RollingStone managed to snap a few photos for their site.