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Episode 95

The New Roaring 20s, Overrated Aspects of EDM, EDC Vegas 2021, New Martin Garrix, and more

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Welcome to Episode 95 of Beyond the Beats: a podcast about dance music news and culture. 

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ON REPEAT

Samir: Disclosure - Douha (Mali Mali) (Edit)

NEW MUSIC

AREA21 - La La La

MiTis- Back to Me (feat. Bella Renee)

Vize, Alott - End of Slaphouse

Kyle Watson, Hans Lowie - Hold On

NEW MUSIC FROM ARTISTS WE'RE WATCHING

CITYWLKR - Trauma/Memories

iSorin - Alcyone

NEWS & CULTURE

EDM Champion question of the week: What is the most overrated EDM genre/artist/festival/etc? - Will from NC

EDCLV is happening in May!

Roaring 20s: Why Club Culture Could Surge This Decade

WHAT 'S COMING UP ON BEYOND THE BEATS

​We are growing our team! Check out the job posting and DM us for more information.

WHAT ARE WE LISTENING TO

Elohim, GRiZ - Bring Me Back

Liquid Stranger - The Drill

ARTISTS WE'RE WATCHING 

Samir: A K T I V E // Soundcloud // Instagram // Facebook // Twitter // Higher (track)

Alec: Panteros666// Soundcloud // Instagram // Facebook // Twitter // Time to Come with Us (track)

  • His Confession debut!

  • He is on the forefront of the convergence of multimedia experiences, art, and music

  • Way back in 2013 he created his own AR performance with Kinect technologies, called “Hyper Reality Live Show”

SPECIAL THANKS

Shoutout to our main man Tyler Lawrence for creating our 2021 intro song! Alec no longer hates our theme song!

And a very special thank you to all of YOU - the EDM Champion community.

 

Your support week-in-week-out means the absolute world to us. It inspires us to continue growing the global community and, most importantly, connect as many people as possible with the very essence of dance music.

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