“When a music artist or songwriter signs to Ultra, it is our responsibility to protect what they have created.”
It was a digital love affair on Twitter when Kaskade, Phan and their fans responded to Ultra’s recently filed copyright infringement lawsuit.
Among the Kaskade tracks cited in the suit include a remix of “4Am,” which can be heard in Phan’s video, “Night Life Favorites.”
Kaskade is just one of the dozens of EDM acts set to appear at this year’s EDC in Las Vegas, which is ready to kick off this weekend, June 20-22.
The video features cornerstones of Chicago’s rich house music scene, including DJ Derrick Carter and the Gramaphone Records store.
“The parallels between where we are now and what was happening back in the late ’60s can’t be ignored,” the DJ/producer said.
TomorrowWorld 2014 will also feature appearances from Zedd, David Guetta, Diplo, Martin Garrix, Bassnectar and Richie Hawtin.
The events are slated to be family friendly (face-painting!), with kids aged 8 and under allowed in for free.
The track is part of Disney’s new remix album, DCONSTRUCTED, which features EDM versions of songs from their rich catalog of movies including ‘The Lion King’ and ‘Monsters University.’
Avicii, Armin Van Buuren and Kaskade are among the powerhouses remixing Disney’s classics for DCONSTRUCTED, an album that is bringing EDM to to the children.
Bonnaroo will also feature performances from The Flaming Lips, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Kaskade, Damon Albarn, Neutral Milk Hotel and many, many more.
Radio.com premieres a scene from the movie and talks distribution with Insomniac Events’ Pasquale Rotella. Kaskade, who provides the score, also sounds off.
The clip’s message is a six-point plan aimed specifically at party-going ravers in regards to popular party drug MDMA, more commonly known as “Molly.”