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Yesterday, pop music fans were sent into a tizzy when Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande interacted on Twitter, teasing that a special announcement was coming soon. Now, the pair have revealed what so many were hoping for: a collaboration, and their followers won’t have to wait long to hear what they’ve cooked up.Titled “Stuck with U,” the track is a brand new composition from the two powerhouses of pop, and it’s coming on Friday, May 8. The musicians shared the official cover on their Instagram pages just a short time ago, confirming the fantastic news. A collaboration between two of the biggest stars on the planet is always going to be a major event, but their new single is made even more exciting due to the fact that it’s all for a good cause. According to Bieber’s Instagram post, “proceeds from the sales and streams of #StuckwithU will fund grants and scholarships for children of first responders who have been impacted by COVID-19 in partnership with the First Responders Children’s Foundation.”
Production Club has unveiled a design for a futuristic, pandemic-proof raving outfit called the Micrashell Futuresuit. The Los Angeles creative studio has previously produced interactive installations and bright light shows for the likes of Skrillex, SOPHIE and Grimes. Now the music events industry has been put on hold, the designers have diverted their attention to solutions for raving during times of pandemic. Red this next: “Coronavirus will never stop the rave”: How people are finding new ways to party online

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Ben remember returns to Toolroom after a 12 month hiatus but its his work behind the scenes that his peers knew another huge tune was only just around the corner. Head tutor at the Toolroom music academy and the creator of the recent online crazy – the bottle challenge, making a tune completely from a glass bottle are just some of his vibes bubbling away in the background in recent times. The record itself is very special. A housier sound that Ben’s usual vibe and one that really grabs hold of you with catchy vocals, big synths and THAT piano breakdown! A huge release from an unsung hero of dance music, take notice people. DRW 10/10.
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While things take a slight slowdown on the release scheduling across many labels in recent months due to the global pandemic its a been a much larger task finding quality tunes for you each week but thats just fine with us! Making us dig deeper, discovering more and more new artists and labels is what we love to do and now we have stumbled onto the mystery person that is Sebra Cruz. While we took some time trying to dig into his profile, this is his debut release and with already huge support on the tune from DJ Tennis its exciting for what might come next! Drifty daytime vibes perfectly suited to Bali’s more beachside affairs this might just be what you could spend the entire day searching for but we’ve saved you the time! Enjoy – DRW 5/5.
The UK’s Music Venue Trust has launched the #saveourvenues campaign to raise funds and highlight the challenges faced by small music venues and clubs amid the coronavirus lockdown. Over 550 independent clubs and venues are at risk of permanent closure according to the Music Venue Trust. On its website, the team behind the campaign outlines the venues across the UK that are under threat. A crowdfunder has also been launched, which allows people to donate either to individual venues or to the overall campaign. “The situation is dire,” the campaign’s homepage reads. “Government support has been exhausted, and it now falls to artists, music fans, local communities and the wider industry to take action.
Trance trio Above & Beyond, members of the Anjunabeats and Anjunadeep family and 70 frontline workers have come together for a charity single. Above & Beyond have remixed ‘All In’, a track from Anjunabeats affiliates Fatum, Genix, Jaytech and Judah, with all proceeds from the single going directly to the World Health Organisation’s Solidarity Response Fund, supporting vulnerable communities in nations without a strong health care system. The remix, titled ‘We’re All In This Together’ (Above & Beyond Respray)’ comes paired with a video featuring 70 frontline workers – including healthcare professionals, delivery drivers and other key workers. “It’s something we’ve been hearing so often this past month,” Above & Beyond say in an official statement. “‘We’re All In This Together’. 
The BBC Radio 1 Stay Home Live Lounge brought together (virtually) some of the music world’s biggest superstars to perform a heartwarming cover of Foo Fighters’ “Times Like These” to raise money for those in need during the COVID-19 crisis. The Foo Fighters themselves were included in the uplifting performance, joined in the comfort of their own homes by 5 Seconds of Summer, AJ Tracey, Anne-Marie, Bastille, Biffy Clyro, Celeste, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, Dermot Kennedy, Dua Lipa, Ellie Goulding, Grace Carter, Hailee Steinfeld, Jess Glynne, Mabel, Paloma Faith, Rag’n’Bone Man, Rita Ora, Royal Blood, Sam Fender, Sean Paul, Sigrid, YUNGBLUD and Zara Larsson. “It’s times like these you learn to live again
English DJ and electronic music producer Norman Quentin Cook was a pioneer of the ’90s big beat movement, issuing a handful of era-hits like “The Rockafeller Skank” and “Praise You” under the moniker Fatboy Slim. Formerly the bassist for the Housemartins and one-third of acid house hitmakers Pizzaman, Cook started by releasing his Fatboy material through club staple Skint, with his raucous blend of house, acid, funk, hip-hop, electro, and techno adding to his already formidable reputation as one of the foremost all-around producers on the U.K. club scene. Born Quentin Leo Cook in Bromley on July 31, 1963, he joined the Hull-based pop group the Housemartins in 1986, replacing founding member Ted Key. After the group split the following year, Cook became involved with the burgeoning acid house scene, pairing with producers Tim Jeffrey and J.C. 
A musician, humanitarian, and filmmaker who is recognized as a pioneering force in the music industry. Franti is revered for his hi-energy live shows, inspiring music, philanthropic efforts, and his authentic connection to his global fan community. Franti believes in using music as a vehicle for positive change, stating “I feel a deeper sense of purpose in music today than I ever have in my career. My goal is to make the most inspiring music I possibly can for this crazy and wonderful time we’re all living in. It’s 85 degrees at 10 p.m. on yet another uneventful Friday night, and Michael Franti finds himself exactly 8,327 miles from his San Francisco home. And, in his words, it’s nothing short of surreal. “We came to the little hotel we own for a yoga retreat and while we were there, the entire world changed,” Franti, 53, tells PEOPLE from Bali.
As you will know, the live events sector has been hit with devastating impact. In fact, the events and hospitality sectors have been decimated on a global scale. In pretty much every country live music performances have come to a very abrupt halt. That means that not only artists and musicians have had their income reduced to zero, but all the people that were employed making gigs and concerts happen. Waiters and bartenders, chefs and kitchen hands, sound engineers, performers of every shape and genre, publicists and garbage collectors, security staff and cashiers, venues and delivery drivers, and the countless back-of-house staff that nobody sees, but without whom a gig, concert or any event doesn’t take place. 

Surfers are feeding the people of Bali…now you can too. Nasi is the Indonesian word for rice, the sacred staple of any meal here in Bali. Which is why surfer/restaurateurs Sam Mahony and James Foley chose Project Nasi as the name for their grassroots efforts to help feed the disadvantaged during the Covid-19 Lockdown here on the Island of the Gods. With the beaches closed and zero overseas visitors, the impact of this global pandemic has been devastating to the local communities that depend on surfing and surfers for their daily bread. Which is what inspired Mahony and Foley to turn their restaurants into “Crisis Kitchens”—impromptu aid stations where the local community can drop by and pick up individual recyclable paper bags.

As coronavirus induced lockdown continues around the world, and clubs are closed for the foreseeable, many DJs are turning to live streaming sets to keep the party going and continue to serve the global dance music community in these difficult times. But with so many live streams, from the low-key, one-cam kitchen and controller soirée, to the full-on production and immersive experience of Dixon’s Transmoderna, there’s a torrent of streamed DJ sets to choose from. So, how do you get noticed? And how to get people listening to, talking about and sharing your streams? Before you do anything, read our beginners guide to livestreaming from your phone and laptop. We’re going to be talking about some things.
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