• Preview DJ Koze‘s and Robag Wruhme‘s Remixes of Moderat
• Splash House Lineup Announced – Includes Moby, Claude VonStroke, Kaytranada, Neon Indian and Many More
• Apple reportedly in talks to buy Dr Dre’s Beats Electronics for $3.2bn
Preview DJ Koze’s and Robag Wruhme’s Remixes of Moderat
First announced back in March, separate remixes of Moderat‘s “Bad Kingdom” from DJ Koze and Robag Wruhme are set to see a 12″ release later this month. Before the pair of reworks officially drops, both efforts are now available to preview.
Leading off the upcoming 12″ is Pampa boss DJ Koze, who takes “Bad Kingdom” (from Moderat’s II LP) into more ethereal territory, adding extra layers of pads and a good deal of glitched vocal processing to the mix. On the flip, Wruhme leads Moderat’s song into a bit deeper and more driving territory, which is balanced with soft touches of airy melodies. Set to drop this Friday, June 16, both “Bad Kingdom” remixes can be previewed below.
Splash House Lineup Announced – Includes Moby, Claude VonStroke, Kaytranada, Neon Indian and Many More
SPLASH HOUSE, a Palm Springs Pool Festival, returns to the desert June 13-15, to usher in the summer season with some of the world’s coolest tastemakers. With live acts and DJ sets, SPLASH HOUSE will present some of the most cutting edge names in electronic music all aimed toward maximizing your poolside pleasure.
SPLASH HOUSE returns to The Saguaro Hotel and will be taking over two new venues The Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs and Hacienda Beach Club. From June 13th to the 15th leading Southern California promoters Goldenvoice and LED present a weekend of poolside entertainment across three stages sure to captivate a diverse array of dance music fans.
Underpinned by serious grooves, Splash House offers a totally unique musical retreat – think mountain sunsets, palm trees and jamming poolside to some of the world’s most innovative and dynamic electronic performers.
SPLASH HOUSE offers attendees access to the three simultaneous pool parties by continually running shuttles between the venues. Opening June 13-15. Guests must be 21+. For more information, visit www.splashhouse.com or find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Apple reportedly in talks to buy Dr Dre’s Beats Electronics for $3.2bn
Headphone maker set to be snapped up.
The deal would include Beats’ recently launched streaming service and its lucrative headphone business. If completed, it will be the technology giant’s biggest ever acquisition.
The Financial Times was the first to report the talks, citing a source that said the two firms were still negotiating the details.
Beats was founded by Dre and music producer Jimmy Iovine in 2008 and has become one of the most popular headphone brands on the market. Last September the company was valued at more than $1bn, so the $3.2bn price tag is a huge increase.
Industry experts are confused by the news, however, as there is a large overlap of customers between the two companies.
“This is really puzzling,” said one analyst cited by BBC News. “You buy companies today to get technologies that no one else or customers that no one has […] They must have something hidden under the hood.”
(via FACT Mag)