GDD™ Morning Update: Swedish House Mafia, Flying Lotus, James Blake, Lights All Night Aus., Lapalux

Swedish House Mafia announces One Last Tour dates + More
• Listen to the New Flying Lotus Album
James Blake Announces UK Gigs and New Releases
• Chugg Entertainment bringing U.S. dance festival, Lights All Night, to Australia
 

Track of the day: Lapalux – Forgetting and Learning Again (ft. Kerry Leatham)

 

Swedish House Mafia announces One Last Tour dates + More

After dropping a series of clues through its Facebook channel, the Swedish House Mafia has finally announced details for One Last Tour. The worldwide trip includes a three-night stand at Friends Arena in Stockholm, dates in Dubai, Mumbai and Delhi, a cluster of shows around Europe, North America and Canada…but sadly nothing for Australia. In 2013, the Swedes will stop again at New York’s historic Madison Square Garden, before winding up the circuit at L.A. Historic Park. Head to the official site for dates, or just take a look at the list below.

The trio’s dividing its swansong up into a few different components: the final single Don’t You Worry Child, a final tour and the release of one last compilation mix. The official soundtrack to SHM’s last tour is a mix of selections from the group’s back catalogue, mashups, edits and previously unreleased material including the Sebastian Ingrosso and Tommy Trash collaboration Reload. TheUntil Now compilation will be released on October 19.

“We just decided that we reached a point where we don’t know what the next move would be,” Steve Angello told Rolling Stone about the decision to call it quits. “We always like the challenge. And we don’t like to repeat ourselves. We just felt like, ‘let’s stop touring’.” After the final hurrah, the focus for all three members will be on their individual labels and production projects. Angello has Size Matters to steer, with recruits like AN21, Max Vangeli and Third Party. Axwell has Axtone Records and a string of DJ commitments, while Sebastian Ingrosso leads Refune Records with protégé Alesso on the up and up.

NOV 16: WORLD TRADE CENTRE – DUBAI, U.A.E
NOV 17: SUN ARENA POLO GROUND – MUMBAI, IN
NOV 18: UNITECH GOLF COURSE – DELHI, IN
NOV 22-24: FRIENDS ARENA – STOCKHOLM, SE
NOV 26: FORUM – COPENHAGEN, DK
NOV 29: O2 ARENA – PRAGUE, CZ
NOV 30: WM PARK PLANAI – SCHLADMING, AT
DEC 01: SPORTPALEIS – ANTWERP, BE
DEC 06: FESTHALLE – FRANKFURT, DE
DEC 07: ZIGGO DOME – AMSTERDAM, NL
DEC 08: BERCY – PARIS, FR
DEC 15: STADIUM LIVE – MOSCOW, RU
DEC 18: Pavilhão Atlântico – LISBON, PT
DEC 22: TELENOR ARENA – OSLO, NO
JAN 25-26: WILD WATERS – JOHANNESBURG, ZA
JAN 27: LOURENSFORD WINE ESTATE – CAPE TOWN, ZA
FEB 16: BILL GRAHAM CIVIC – SAN FRANCISCO, USA
FEB 20: UNITED CENTRE – CHICAGO, USA
FEB 23: ROGERS CENTRE – TORONTO, CA
FEB 27: BELL CENTRE – MONTREAL, CA
MAR 01: MADISON SQUARE GARDEN – NEW YORK, USA
MAR 02: BARCLAY CENTER – NEW YORK, USA
MAR 09: LA HISTORIC PARK – LOS ANGELES, US

Until Now Tracklist:

01. Swedish House Mafia – Greyhound
02. Hard Rock Sofa & Swanky Tunes – Here We Go
03. Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl feat. Georgi Kay – In My Mind (Axwell Remix)
04. Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso feat. Ryan Tedder – Calling (Lose My Mind)
05. Nari & Milani – Atom / Axwell, Ingrosso, Angello & Laidback Luke – Leave The World Behind
06. Swedish House Mafia vs. Knife Party – Antidote
07. Dirty South & Those Usual Suspects feat. Erik Hecht – Walking Alone w/ Swedish House Mafia vs. Tinie Tempah – Miami 2 Ibiza
08. Michael Calfan – Resurrection (Axwell mix) w/ Coldplay – Paradise
09. Miike Snow – The Wave (Thomas Gold remix)
10. Steve Aoki feat. Wynter Gordon – Ladi Dadi (Tommy Trash remix) w/ Thomas Gold – Sing 2 Me w/ Red Carpet – Alright
11. Pendulum – The Island (Steve Angello, AN21 & Max Vangeli remix)
12. Steve Angello & Third Party – Lights
13. Alesso – Raise Your Head w/ Sandro Silva & Quintino – Epic
14. Hardwell – Three Triangles w/ Arty, Matisse & Sadko – Trio / Adrian Lux – Teenage Crime
15. Sebastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash – Reload
16. Usher – Euphoria (Swedish House Mafia Extended Dub)
17. Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin – Don’t You Worry Child
18. M-3ox feat. Heidrun – Beating Of My Heart (Matisse & Sadko Remix) w/ The Temper Trap – Sweet Disposition
19. Coldplay vs. Swedish House Mafia – Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall
20. Florence & The Machine – You Got The Love (Mark Knight remix) / Swedish House Mafia – One
21. Axwell – Heart Is King / Swedish House Mafia – Save The World (Knife Party remix)
22. Swedish House Mafia – Save The World w/ Ferry Corsten – Punk (Arty remix)

(via inthemix)

 

Listen to the New Flying Lotus Album

Well, it’s finally here. About a week before its official release on October 2 via Warp, you can listen to the fourth LP by Los Angeles producer Flying Lotus, Until the Quiet Comes.Though it seems like we’ve heard just about all of Steven Ellison’s new album in the form of short filmsmusic videos, and various snippets, today marks the first time you can listen to every last second of the 18-track, 47-minute record. Head over to NPR to do just that.

(via XLR8R)
 

James Blake Announces UK Gigs and New Releases

Electronica producer James Blake will return to the UK for a string of performances from November.

With sales of his 2011 self-titled album at nearly half a million and a string of international sets at both clubs and festivals under his belt in 2012, James’ tour coincides with the release of Harmoni remixes of Trimbal’s ‘Confidence Boost’ and ‘Saying’ – Trimbal being a duo of Blake and ex-member of Roll Deep, Trim.

‘Confidence Boost’ gets music-video treatment by Rollo Jackson, known for his video production for Hot Chip, Franz Ferdinand The 2 Bears.

Having not played a UK event for almost a year, Blake’s tour at present begins in London on the November 23 at R&S Records Showcase at The Hydra. So far dates have been announced in London, Bristol and Manchester, with pre-sale tickets available online from Tuesday September 25. 

(via Mixmag)

 

Chugg Entertainment bringing U.S. dance festival, Lights All Night, to Australia

Australian touring giant Chugg Entertainment is set to wade into the crowded dance festival market,according to a report by themusic.com.au. In 2013, Chugg plans to import Lights All Night, a festival from dance music’s current boom-market, North America, with dates still to be announced.

Staged by Highland Entertainment, Lights All Night happens in Dallas, Texas, over the New Year’s period, and it’s expanding to a three-day festival to welcome 2013. The line-up in Dallas this New Year’s includes top-billers TiestoAviciiBassnectarCalvin HarrisAxwell and Texan hometown heroes Ghostland Observatory, with an undercard that includes AlessoGareth EmeryDiplo,Sander van Doorn and Flux Pavilion.

The first hint that Lights All Night would be expanding to Australia came in a news report in theDallas News (not one of our regular news sources, admittedly). “Highland Entertainment and Aussie-based concert promoter Chugg Entertainment will join forces for a Lights All Night down under in 2013,” concluded the report.

“We’re all really excited about this new venture to bring Lights All Night to our shores,” Chugg Entertainment’s CEO Matthew Lazarus-Hall told themusic. “It’s new territory for us, delving into the electronic scene, but it’s a great concept and we feel it’ll work really well in Australia.”

A dance festival is certainly new ground for Chugg, with its current tour schedule including names like Elton John, Coldplay, Keith Urban and Kelly Clarkson. In addition to the big-room-geared headliners, Lights All Night puts a particular focus on bass-heavy sounds, which could give a clue to the direction of the Australian leg. Stay tuned for more details on inthemix as we have them.

(via inthemix)

 

Track of the day: Lapalux – Forgetting and Learning Again (ft. Kerry Leatham)

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