Now confirmed by Third Party via Facebook, their ID track featuring samples from Loleatta Holloway that Steve Angello dropped during his Size Matters takeover of EDC NYC last weekend is entitled ‘Thank You’ and will be released May 29 via Ultra Records. Third Party is an incredibly dynamic British duo that hi-jacked so many progressive sets over the past year with their remix of ‘Otherside.’
Less dance floor banger, more melodic festival anthem, ‘Thank You’ shows the versatility of Third Party’s production – elevating the smoky vocals of Holloway into a progressive masterpiece. Look for this one to be in heavy rotation come summer time, especially with support from heavy hitter Angello.
PREVIEW: Third Party Feat. Loleatta Holloway – Thank You
Reminisce about EDC NYC at the beginning of this holiday weekend with Alesso’s stellar set, available now from his Soundcloud for download. In just a few short months, Alesso has transcended being Sebastian Ingrosso’s protege and moved onto fame in his own right, with dark progressive productions such as ‘Raise Your Head’ and ‘Years’ burning up festivals and dance floors on the reg. Also, his brotherly relationship with Dirty South is beyond adorable, and we can’t wait for their collaboration ‘City Of Dreams’ to come out.
There are interviews, and then there are interviews. Our chat with Israeli producer Borgore certainly fell into the latter category. Known for creating gorestep, aka his filthy interpretation of dubstep, Borgore has made a name for himself via his prolific Twitter account, provocative videos and wild shows. With the motto that he ‘ruined dubstep’ Borgore made a stop last weekend at the Electric Daisy Carnival in New York in support of his fifth EP ‘FLEX’ out now on his own Buygore label.
Traveling with two strippers in tow, Borgore slathered the crowd inside the expansive confines of MetLife Stadium with his signature brand of dirty bass before joining the party backstage following his set. Armed with questions about his label, musical training and US tour, the conversation instead veered towards tattoos, porn and erotic dancers. Intrigued? You should be – this was an interview like no other. Do yourself a favor and listen to the below interview in its entirety, punctuated by vodka chugging and an acapella rendition of ‘Michelle,’ to learn about the man who calls himself Borgore.
Borgore Exclusive Interview
Like a trip down memory lane, sets from EDC last weekend keep trickling in to remind those who were in attendance about just how great the weekend was. Sebastian Ingrosso’s set on the main stage was definitely one of the highlights, chock full of private edits and masterful re-works. Take a listen and re-live the magic…
Sebastian Ingrosso @ Electric Daisy Carnival New York
For the whole festival, kineticFIELD is where some of the most recognizable names in the world of EDM will be strutting their stuff. Sunday is no exception, and likely throughout the three days the stage will pull the greatest number of fans in comparison to the others.
Who Youâ€™ll See
Miss our first post on EDC basics and the Friday performers? Check it out here. And don’t forget yesterday’s post about Saturday’s kinecticFIELD line-up here!
It’s here – the EDC NYC lineup, with Armin van Buuren headling Friday, Avicii headlining Saturday and Afrojack on Sunday. SOLID announcement finally! ASOT tent on Saturday has a serious roster, along with the Size Matters tent the same day. WOOOO EDC NYC!!! More info on the Electric Daisy Carnival NY is available here.