After another landmark year, Skrillex remains the standard bearer for the massive electronic music movement, emerging with three nominations for the annual Grammy Awards Ceremony in Los Angeles. The nods for Best Dance Recording and Best Dance/Electronica Album are in refere
Last night, we saw the nominations for the 55th Grammy Awards. Among the dance music categories are Best Dance Recording, for which Avicii's "Levels," Calvin Harris' "Let's Go," Skrillex's "Bangarang," the Swedish House Mafia's "Don't You Worry Child," and inexplicably, Al Walser's "I Can't Live Without You." The nominees for Best Dance/Electronica Album are Steve Aoki's "Wonderland," The Ch
The Presets' pop-electro track, "Promises," has received its first remix package, which is now available on Beatport. The remix package features reworkings by Plastic Plates, Nils Frahm, Lifelike, and Luomo. The remi
You probably didn’t know Felix Bloxsom was once the drummer during the early days of the Sydney band, The Presets (unless you read the little blurb beneath his latest track on Soundcloud.) In any case, Bloxom’s experience with beats shines through in his remix of The Preset’s track “Promises.” Now known as Plastic Plates, the Au
DJ/producer, Illo, has reworked the Nero fan-favorite, "Promises", supplying an electronic style that places emphasis on percussion, and brings a lighter take on the EDM anthem. Illo sees no need for heavy builds and drops, instead using key and piano progressions that combine with drum effects, creating a softer, almost dream-like fee
It was announced today that Nero, one of the elite electronic groups in the world, will be releasing a a deluxe re-package of their debut album Welcome Reality on Cherrytree/Interscope on October 22. The re-pack includes two brand new original Nero tracks, “Won’t You (Be There)” and “Etude” plus the huge Skrillex/Nero remix of “Promises”.
Keys N Krates proves that live electronic acts do a lot more than press pay in their footage of their live in studio rehearsal of the trio’s take on Nero’s dubstep hit “Promises”. Keys N Krates live act not only features someone on the decks, but the eclectic group also has a live drummer and a keyboardist to take their sets to the next level
This past Saturday at Roseland Ballroom, Nero continued their quest to cultivate the American crowds with their music and unique use of bass and the dubstep movement. The crowds were patiently waiting the return of Daniel Stephens and Joe Ray who rarely play together. M
As if we didn’t listen to “Promises” enough already! This Nero –Skrillex remix of that wildly popular track from Beatnox adds new breadth to the deep Dubstep tune.
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