One of the East coast’s prized festivals, Mysteryland USA, is shaping up for its best edition yet this year on the Woodstock ’99 grounds in New York during June 10-13. Today, they just announced their full lineup by day and stage with additions of Amtrac, Autograf (Live), Infinity Ink (Live), Machinedrum, Mikey Lion & Deep Jesus, Penguin Prison, and Roman Flugel, on top of Lee Burridge, Claude VonStroke, ODESZA, Skrillex, Emancipator and more. To make matters even more exciting, Mysteryland USA also dropped news about the return of their speaker program (Curated and hosted by NPR personality, Anya Kamenetz), the Healing Garden (Curated by Sarah Schroder and back by popular demand), and for the first time in the U.S., a comedy tent has been added with Saturday Night Live’s Kyle Mooney headlining. Check out the full artist breakdown below.
Buy tickets to Mysteryland USA here and for every 3-day ticket you buy, the festival will donate $10 for bottled water for the Newark School System in New Jersey affected by the lead levels.
• Shadow Child and T.Williams Announce 2×5 North American Tour
• Machinedrum Drops DJ Rashad Collaboration, “Understand”
• Robag Wruhme Returns to Pampa With His New EP, Shares Previews
• Jayceeoh Releases New Single, “Jit Going Ham”
• Jay Z launches streaming music service TIDAL
• Tale of Us Share “Distante” as Part of Nils Frahm’s Piano Day
• Jimmy Edgar and Machinedrum return as JETS
• Native Instruments has developed a new audio format
• Axwell /\ Ingrosso Sign Exclusive Contract with Universal Music
• Machinedrum Readies New Album for Ninja Tune
• Watch a Short Documentary with Jeff Mills
• Listen to Diplo‘s 60-minute World Cup mix
• Check Out Machinedrum‘s New Single for Adult Swim
• Vocalist and electronic crossover artist Maki Hsieh hosts “Illuminate,”
an Album Fundraiser in Los Angeles
• Natasha Kmeto unveils ‘Inevitable’ from new LP due on Dave Sitek’s Federal Prism
• Tiga and Audion reveal new single and joint tour plans
• Flying Lotus on his new album: “It’s like Miles Davis imagining what jazz sounds like today”
• Hear Rustie’s explosive remix of ‘Back Seat Ho’ from Machinedrum’s forthcoming Fenris District EP
• Listen to Samo Sound Boy‘s New “Open” Single
• Download Hudson Mohawke‘s ‘Slow Jams VII’ Valentine’s Day Mix
• Holy Ship festival extending to two weekends next year
• Listen to a New Track from Machinedrum‘s Upcoming EP for Ninja Tune
• De La Soul release entire catalog for free
LA’s genre-bending duo, Vindata, is undeniably on the rise. With an outstanding self-released EP and a handful of remixes already in the bag, the duo has been gaining recognition across the blogosphere for their soulful, melody-rich brand of future bass with pop sensibilities. They now gives us a very diverse guest mix featuring a few of their own tracks, as well as some jams from the likes of Cosmo’s Midnight, Breach, Trippy Turtle, and Dark Sky, amongst others. Keep tabs on Vindata as they are set to release a few remixes/edits, and their …For One to Follow EP is coming on March 4th via Kastle‘s Symbols Recordings.
It’s difficult to master multiple forms of music, but Brooklyn-based Machinedrum is one of those enigmas who has consistently produced quality tunes within the worlds of Jungle, Footwork, R&B, Pop, and more for years. Taking part in successful collaborative side projects such as Jets with Jimmy Edgar, Sepalcure with Praveen Sharma, and Dream Continuum with Om Unit has allowed him to expand his musical horizons as well, all while finding even more time to produce Pop hits for the likes of Azealia Banks and Theophilus London. To say he’s a busy man would be an understatement.
Just this weekend, he was deservedly tapped by Pete Tong for the glorified Essential Mix on BBC’s Radio 1, including a hefty amount of his own material, from solo work to collaborations. Also notable in this selection are unreleased tunes from Machinedrum featuring MASSIVE names like Kanye West, Pusha T, Bun B, E-40, Lil’ Flip (do I need to keep going???). Get ready to move your feet a little bit. √+
Detroit’s Berlin-based Jimmy Edgar is on a mission to manifest dance culture on a level deeper than any bass can drop. Synthesizing his passions for esoteric philosophy and ‘90s club music, Edgar announces a new EP, label launch, and special projects with fellow multimedia mystics Machinedrum and Pilar Zeta.
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