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Ultra Music Festival Announces 2018 Lineup Ft. Virtual Self, Flosstradamus, DJ Snake, RL Grime & More

Ultra Music Festival 2018

Ultra Music Festival is perhaps the most well known electronic event in the world. Located annually at the scenic Bayfront Park in Miami, Florida, this stacked 3-day gathering consistently brings both veterans to the industry and the most exciting new acts to hit the scene each year.

This year Ultra will celebrate its 20th anniversary, and the festival just dropped one of its craziest lineups yet. As always, the lineup features genres from across the board. Headliners include names like Armin Van Buuren, The Chainsmokers, DJ Snake, Eric Prydz, Flosstradamus, Kaskade, Marshmello, RL Grime and many more, with artists Empire of the Sun, Tchami x Malaa, Infected Mushroom and more performing live.

Perhaps most exciting about the lineup, however, is Virtual Self – the explosive new project from Porter Robinson that’s taken the country by storm since its launch in October. So far, this will be Virtual Self’s second festival performance ever, with the first taking place at Buku in New Orleans. Tchami and Malaa will also be in the mix for their insane b2b live ‘No Redemption’ performance.

As for supporting acts, they are just as vibrant as the headliners. Artists like REZZ, San Holo, What So Not, GTA, Ghastly, JOYRYDE, Kayzo, NGHTMRE x Slander, Ookay and many, many more will also bring their talents to Miami on March 23, 24 and 25 of 2018. Find tickets here and check out the full lineup above & below. Enjoy!

Ultra Music Festival 2018

Malaa Unleashes Energetic New Hourlong Mix "The Cookout"

Malaa

The masked DJ / producer Malaa is back with yet another house heavy mix, this time taking his turn at Sirius XM’s weekly "The Cookout" Mix for their 72nd edition, which airs every Tuesday at 6pm PT/9pm ET. Since 2016, the famously elusive House Producer has been captivating the masses launching to the forefront of the industry by releasing an onslaught of tracks and mixes and shows no signs of slowing down with this hourlong "The Cookout" mix. 

True to form, his "The Cookout" mix is amazingly dark and rhythmic, expertly catching your attention with the first track and refusing to let go until the last drop. Trailing along with the consistent bassline thump, Malaa takes you on a journey through happy moments like Noizus' Remix of “A Different Way” by DJ Snake and downright grimy drops with tracks like his recent Tchami collab “Summer 99”. The bass-heavy mix craftily delivers a healthy combination of funk, techno, and House that is perfectly served for "The Cookout." Check out the full mix below and enjoy!

Malaa - The Cookout Mix

Tchami Shares Impressive New Collab With Malaa “The Sermon” + Dark House Remix of MK’s “17”

Tchami Malaa The Sermon

Parisian legend Tchami isn’t messing around – he just dropped two impressive new tracks that showcase his signature sound we’ve come to love from the producer. 2017 has also been quite the year for the artist; from singles like “Adieu” and “World To Me” to a Revelations EP to his label’s recent Alchemy 2 compilation, Tchami has done a little bit of everything over the past ten months. Today the house producer keeps that momentum going with a collab and a remix.  

One of today’s releases is “The Sermon,” an epic collaboration with the mysterious Malaa. This collab comes on the heels of their last joint track, “Summer 99,” and it definitely lives up to the expectation these two created after working together before. Both producers come together effortlessly on “The Sermon,” with both Malaa’s moodier signature and Tchami’s energetic style taking a front seat throughout. With a brisk 4x4 beat and varying vocal samples tied together by an infectious bassline, this groovy house track is impossible not to bob your head to.

The second track, Tchami’s take on MK’s “17,” takes a bubbly deep house offering and injects it with a much darker house signature. Tchami keeps the bright vocal intact, which sounds fantastic with the contrasting sinister elements of the production. Check out both tracks below and enjoy!

Tchami & Malaa - The Sermon

MK - 17 (Tchami Remix)

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