Best of Instagram is a feature from Dancing Astronaut that showcases our favorite pictures from our favorite DJs on Instragram each week. This week, we’ve got gems from Afrojack, Tiesto, Steve Aoki, and more.
Do you want to have your photos included in our Best of Instagram feature? All you have to do to be eligible is use the hashtag “#astrogram” in your photo entry on Instagram. Keep your photos DA or dance music-related, and we’ll choose one user-submitted photo to include each week. Click past the break to see this week’s #astrogram contest winner.
After this week’s release of “One Love One Universe,” one may wonder when Arty will be ready to release his next big thing. That answer has come quickly, as Refune Records has previewed “When I See You,” Arty’s next single which will be ready for its November 23rd release. The track builds upon the successes of Arty’s past releases, and hits with even more euphoria, big room flavor, and bold leads and crashes. Hold tight, the wait is only two weeks before “When I See You” hits Beatport courtesy of Mr. Sebastian Ingrosso.
Arty has returned from his fan-favorite “Must Be The Love,” but he has turned away from it’s trademark appeal on this week’s offering. Coming as a refreshing first listen without a Together We Arepremiere, “One Love One Universe” is not the typical sound that one has come to expect from Arty. Lacking any true climax or notable drop, the mellow production is built upon melodic keys and the vocal contribution from Jenson Vaughan. We have seen Arty drift from his comfort zone before — experimenting with “The Slide” — but this time he finds himself on the opposite end of the genre spectrum. Take a listen to his unique offering and purchase “One Love One Universe” from Beatport via Ultra Records.
If you didn’t get a chance to catch Arty at one of this year’s festivals or club outings, the young Russian producer is giving you another opportunity. He has added 10 US and Canada stops to his tour in November, starting with The Estate in Boston on November 7th and ending at The Palladium in Los Angeles on November 24th. You can expect to hear a slew of popular EDM tracks, including his own “Together We Are” — due out later this year — and “Must Be The Love.”
Arty has also released the official after-movie for Nocturnal Wonderland to thank his supportive fans. Check out the video below the break (along with the full list of November tour dates) and get yourself amped up for another Arty show. (more…)
It is that time of the week again when those of us who don’t have satellite radio get a chance to listen to Together We Are. This week, Tristan Garner takes over the mix and gives us an hour of expertly blended music. He starts the mix off with a mashup of ” We Will Rock You,” “Punx,” and “Harder Better Faster Stronger,” then quickly progresses into tons of bootlegs and other heavy hitting tracks. Grab the entire mix below and checkout the tracklist after the break.
We’ve teamed up with Insomniac Events once again to give one Dancing Astronaut reader the opportunity to take the stage with Dirty South, Arty, Deniz Koyu, and NO_ID in Hollywood, CA. Discovery Project is dedicated to shining light on fresh talent and giving new artists the chance to gain exposure. So, do you want to rouse the crowd alongside the aforementioned big-name EDM acts? Check out how to enter the Discovery Project: Enhanced Concert Series ft. Dirty South contest past the break and submit your entry today. Good luck!
PS: To sweeten the prize, we’ll also feature the winning track in an upcoming Axis podcast!
Recently ranked 28th on the DJ Mag top 100, Arty is back again this week with his radio show Together We Are. This week Arty changes things up by picking “Another Chance” by Roger Sanchez as an an “old but gold” and Icona Pop’s “I Love It (Style Of Eye Remix)” as the best track. It’s nice to see Arty changing things up as always. Download the episode below and view the tracklist after the break.
It’s that time of the week once again when Arty gives us an update with his Together We Are radio show on SiriusXM. This is a little different from the usual podcast because it is Arty’s set from the Ministry of Sound in London on October 6th, and features a more well-known track selection than some of his previous radio shows. You’ll instantly recognize tracks like “Reload” and Arty’s remix of “Spectrum,” but there are definitely some surprising bootlegs thrown in from Mat Zo and Thomas Gold. As always you can download the whole episode and find the tracklist below.