Imagine Music Festival, the amazing three-day camping, electronic dance music festival held in Atlanta, Georgia, is excited to reveal the official after movie for 2016. Coming off of a great year, which saw the festival welcome over 25,000 attendees to its new home at Atlanta Motor Speedway, the movie is - in a word, MASSIVE. Opening with a sweeping shot across the Imagine campgrounds, this #ReImagined look at the festival is something one can only do by taking a step back to take it all in. From a carefree float in the Imagine pool to a spin on the ferris wheel, the bumping beats of DJ Hanzel and lasers tearing through the night sky and even a wedding proposal, the after movie will transport you back to last August and make you want to do it all over again.

Earlier this year, Imagine announced it would be returning to Atlanta Motor Speedway this September 22-24, 2017 for the fourth edition of the immersive aquatic fairytale. The return to the venue means fans can expect plenty of upgrades, based in large part to feedback from its 2016 attendees. Expanded water stations, camping upgrades, improved VIP area, shade and charging stations, food options, dancers, art, workshops, the return of the Imagine pool and of course an even bigger and better lineup. 

As one of the country’s last remaining independent festivals, Imagine creates an all-encompassing, 360-degree sensory experience that blends music, circus troupes, performers, dancers, art, workshops, classes and more. 

“We are extremely grateful for the love and support we saw last year. The magnitude of growth we experienced in our first year at Atlanta Motor Speedway was humbling.  There is endless potential and we look forward to growing as a festival," says Iris Presents founders Glenn and Madeleine Goodhand.

Tickets are available now starting at $125 for a 3-day pass. VIP passes, with front row pit access, an elevated viewing area, VIP (no line) access, air conditioned chill lounge, bottle service, cocktail service, complimentary champagne toasts, private security, clean trailer bathrooms with running water and air conditioning, giveaways, meet and greets, and more are available starting at $299 for a 3-day pass. Camping passes are now available to purchase as an add-on to the festival tickets, with prices starting at $99. Four camping packages available including GA Camping, VIP Camping, Easy Life Pre-Set Souvenir Tents, The Glamp Life Premium Tents, Geo-Dome Luxe Tents, GA RV Camping and VIP RV Camping.  Tickets are available online at Imagine Music Festival is an 18 and over event.

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BROHUG Release “Knuckles” EP on Dim Mak

Returning to Dim Mak with a vengeance, the bass house trio known as BROHUG unleash their Knuckles EP. The record’s title track, premiered by YourEDM, brings thumping horns and a grimey bassline to the forefront, while "Guns Go Boom” goes the tech house route, using rhythmic hi-hat hits and vocal chops to propel this energetic B-side.

Since joining the scene only a little over a year ago, BROHUG has ignited music fans around the world with their unique sound that merges tough bass house with deep and techy flourishes. Via early releases on Spinnin’ Records and Mad Decent’s Good Enough, BROHUG set the path for their innovative take on modern club music. The Swedish trio kicked off 2017 by dropping their Giggle Juice EP on Dim Mak. The release hit #2 on the Beatport Electro House Releases chart and received praises from heavy-hitters Steve AokiMartin GarrixDavid GuettaDimitri Vegas and Like MikeAfrojack and many more. They followed this up with an official release of Alesso’s Falling,” which has garnered over 130K online streams to date.

This summer BROHUG is excited to bring the energy of Giggle Juice and Knuckles to North American audiences. Catch them at Electric Forest in Rothbury, MI and stay tuned for further tour announcements.


Cyran drops Miami Wild EP out now on Circus Records

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It’s been just over a year since Cyran signed to Circus Records, which was not long after the beach-based beat maker came to the label's attention by winning the Circus Two remix competition.

Since then he’s hit the spot with his first EP release Work, an expression in laid back swagger. Followed by “Bass Machine” on Circus Three, Cyran has firmly established that sound. As an artist who thrives in the sun drenched pockets of the West Coast, it’s no surprise then that he chose to celebrate the East Coast’s sister of his home, Miami. There’s no better time to do that than the wild times of Miami Music Week

Miami Wild is a four track EP where he takes his sound to a different level, still ingrained with that deep rolling character and identity, but adding weight, power, energy and expressing the Cyran translation of what Miami means.



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Dance music veteran David Guetta has joined forces with rap royalty, Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne, on ‘Light My Body Up.’

Effortlessly bridging the gap between electronic and urban artists, David Guetta’s unique vision and innate ability to fuse the two worlds has seen him produce some of the hottest collaborations on the planet time and time again – and this latest one will certainly not disappoint.

Rising through the ranks to achieve a level of stardom that most producers can only dream of, ground-breaking two-time Grammy award-winner Guetta has amassed a staggering 50 million album and single sales2 billion streams on Spotify alone, provided the original soundtrack for the UEFA Euro 2016 soccer championship, and played every major music event under the sun. Continuing his tour de force across the dance music festival circuit he will headline Ultra on Sunday, March 26th, marking his 11th straight year at the festival and leaving no doubt as to why David Guetta is widely regarded a global pillar of the genre and the world’s most successful DJ.

Nicki Minaj is no stranger to working with David Guetta. The pair previously teamed up on ‘Hey Mama’, ‘Turn Me On’ and ‘Where Them Girls At’ – all of which were met with enormous success, with ‘Where Them Girls At’ surpassing 120 million streams on Spotify, and ‘Hey Mama’ recently crossing 1 billion views on YouTube.

Hailed as ‘the most influential female rapper of her time’ by the New York Times, international megastar Nicki Minaj was the first female artist to be included on MTV’s Annual Hottest MC List and was included in TIME’s 2016 100 Most Influential People list. As further proof of her extraordinary global impact, in 2010 Minaj became the first female solo artist to have seven singles simultaneously charting on the US Billboard Hot 100, and has sold an impressive 20 million singles as a lead artist and 60 million singles as a featured artist worldwide. Last week, Minaj reached another incredible milestone as she marked her 73rd career Billboard Hot 100 entry – tyingAretha Franklin for the most total appearances among women in the 58-year history of the Hot 100 chart.

Hip-hop authority Lil Wayne shot to stardom when in 1991, at the age of 9, he became the youngest member to join Cash Money Records. Fast forward to 2012 – with 109 entries in the Billboard Hot 100 chart, Lil Wayne surpassed Elvis Presley’s longstanding record to become the male with the most entries in the monumental chart. The founder of Young Money Entertainment has an impressive twelve studio albums under his belt, selling over 100 million records worldwide to make him one of the best-selling artists of all time – not bad for someone who has only just celebrated his 34th birthday.

“Light My Body Up” is out now and available on all platforms including Apple Music, Deezer, iTunes, & Spotify.



Grammy Award-winning Australian duo NERVO kicked off 2017 with their new single ‘In Your Arms,’ released on February 10th 2017 via Big Beat Records. In celebration of the record, the girls have teamed up with Big Beat again to unleash an all new remix package. The package features four versions from HugeL, Lucky Charmes, Savi, and Askery,giving every type of dance music listener something to gravitate to.

In addition to the remixes, Liv and Mim are allowing their fans to step behind the scenes into the world of their beautifully choreographed ‘In Your Arms’ music video to get a feel of what it took to come to life. From the early morning hours of hair and makeup, to a night of dance and fun, viewers can step inside the fast paced world of NERVO. Both the remix package and BTS video are out today ahead of the girls scheduled shows at Miami Music Week on March 24th.

Check out their full Miami Music Week Schedule here:


SNBRN links with BLU J for Ultra Music release “You Got Me feat. Cara Frew”

SNBRN’s first original release of the year has landed with the help of the duo BLU J. The two acts have joined forces for “You Got Me (feat. Cara Frew),” a heavenly yet funky deep house track out now on Ultra Music.

“You Got Me” has a craveable melody and sexy topline courtesy of Cara Frew, a song that will surely be rinsed on every pool party playlist of the season. SNBRN is wrapping up his Spring Tour with stops remaining in New Orleans, South Padre Island, Denver and more, with the final performances being at Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival.

Both artists spoke on the track’s conception:

"I met BLU J about a year ago up in SF after I had been playing their “I Remember” remix out. I ended up learning Ableton after being a Logic user in like 2 weeks so we could bounce the project back and forth. After hearing Cara Frew, I knew we had our collab and 5 months later the rest is history." - SNBRN

“It was a pleasure working with SNBRN on this tune! The blending of our sounds came together quite naturally, so we were easily able to create a track that was colourful & melodic, while still being deep & heavy” - BLU J


Unlike Pluto “Everything Black” out on Monstercat

After endless anticipation, Unlike Pluto’s much awaited “Everything Black” single has arrived today on Monstercat. Implementing his now renowned signature sound, Unlike Pluto harnesses his deep Jazz, Rock and even R&B influences in this single featuring the powerful vocals from Mike Taylor. With a 23 plus date ‘Everything Black’ tour set to launch at the end of March, there’s no doubt that fans across North America will be getting swept off their feet to “Everything Black”

In a overflowing musical landscape such as Electronic Music, the challenge of separating oneself from the pack is perpetual. Armond Arabashi, known to many as Unlike Pluto, has proven unmitigated fearlessness in his work, allowing him to shine bright time and time again. Featured as one of Billboard’s “2016 Dance Artists to Watch”, Unlike Pluto has earned that title through a multitude of forms.

Becoming a household name for many via his remix for Diplo’s “Revolution” which garnered over 25 million plays, the Atlanta native, now Los Angeles based producer is making his mark on Dance music. Coming from a classically trained background, Armond provides unorthodox musical elements much through his deep Jazz influences; catching the eye of heavy hitting labels such as Mad Decent and Monstercat.

The trek for Unlike Pluto has only just begun; all we can do is watch in awe as this groundbreaking act continues to reach for the stars.