Best of the Rest is a daily feature from Dancing Astronaut that recaps the most important posts of the day as well as the stuff we didn’t get to. With the rapidity that dance music news and releases come out it’s difficult for us to hit everything — we hope BOTR serves as a catch-all. Make sure to check it out at the end of each day to ensure you don’t miss anything! DA POSTS YOU CAN’T MISS 1. For those of you gearing up for MMW, check out phase one of Opium Group’s lineup. 2. Flux Pavilion unveiled yet another new track from his forthcoming Blow Your Roof EP. 3. Get ready for your weekend with this week’s edition of Weekend at a Glance. MORE MUSIC AND NEWS 1. Check out Danny Valentino’s SiriusXM interview with the notorious Tommie Sunshine.
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Electronic music fans have long dreamt of an official collaboration between Porter Robinson and Madeon, and now it’s happening, and on a much larger scale than anyone could have expected.
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