Watch Zeds Dead Drop Huge Unreleased NGHTMRE Collab at EDC Virtual Rave-A-Thon

May 18, 2020
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Dream collab alert.

With its colossal lineup and astonishing live production, last weekend’s EDC Las Vegas Virtual Rave-A-Thon set the stage for all digital music festivals hereon out.

With such an expansive lineup, the event was bound to be permeated with never-before-heard IDs. During a time when people are listening to more music than ever, and more frequently, the Rave-A-Thon represented an ideal opportunity for artists to test out new music. As a result, the livestream offered a myriad of unreleased music over the course of the 3-day event, but the below track from NGHTMRE and Zeds Dead is a bona fide standout.

The two trap and dubstep heavyweights opted to go the future bass route in what seems like a follow-up to their fan favorite 2016 collaboration “Frontlines (feat. GG Magree),” which is produced in the same melodic vein. The clip above only offers a short preview consisting of the single’s build and drop, but with its frenetic vocal chops and euphoric chord work, the drop is as huge as you’d expect.

As of the time of writing, neither Zeds Dead nor NGHTMRE have divulged any details about the collaboration, including a title or release date.


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David Guetta Rented Out Famed Miami Nightclub LIV for EDC Virtual Rave-A-Thon Set

May 18, 2020
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A power move from a powerhouse DJ.

If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that you can take the person out of the rave, but you can’t take the rave out of the person.

That was the unofficial mantra of last weekend’s EDC Las Vegas Virtual Rave-A-Thon, which went down as one of the largest virtual music festivals to emerge from our time in quarantine. Such a monumental event required its artists to pull out all the stops in order to shake up the livestream game, like SVDDEN DEATH, who performed a barbaric set as his sinister alter ego VOYD, and NGHTMRE and Ghastly, who showed out with a special B2B set.

Enter David Guetta, who pulled a rabbit out of his hat by renting out fabled Miami nightclub LIV for his ballyhooed Rave-A-Thon set.

Guetta’s performance was unquestionably one of the fest’s most memorable. Opening up with his rip-roaring, acid house-inspired 2020 rendition of “Titanium,” he went on to drop a slew of his biggest hits, all of which combined to deliver a classic set reminiscent of his barnstorming journey throughout the festival circuit in the early 2010s.

Guetta’s set was nothing short of breathtaking, oscillating between singalong anthems, like Alesso‘s “Years,” and main-stage big room bombs, like TUJAMO‘s “Booty Bounce.” Throw in the fact that it all went down at one of the most quintessential nightclubs South Beach has to offer, and you get an instant classic.


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