Pulse Music News Minute: Week of Aug. 3, 2015

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David Guetta premiered his new track at Tomorrowland, which may be the worst thing I’ve heard all year. It’s an EDM Vversion of the children’s song “If You’re Happy and You Know It Clap Your Hands” and is truly awful.

Hey gamers, deadmau5 has brought his musical talents to the multiplayer online game Dota 2 with a dieback music pack to accompany the game.
TMZ was stalking Skrillex recently, and the producer turned the tables—and the camera—on the reporter, instead asking him what he wanted to do with his life, to which the reporter replied he wanted to be a director. Skrillex told him to follow his dreams.
Diplo dropped a 45-minute Mad Decent mix for Apple Music pumped full of some of the biggest hits from the label.
AC Slater releases a new EP on Skrillex’s OWSLA label called Take the Night, including the new single “Everyday.” The album is out on August 7.
Disclosure’s sophomore album Caracal is being accompanied by a four-part music video short film following the story of protagonist Mariela in Mexico, first with the video for “Holding On,” and part two with the track “Omen” featuring Sam Smith.

Flosstradamus teams up with GTA and Lil Jon for the track “Prison Riot.” The video is out now as well, complete with PLURNT life coaching. Catch Flosstradamus in Vegas on August 10 at XS.

Crizzly announces a headlining tour called Low Dough Pizza Show that kicks off in Vegas at Beauty Bar on September 29. A VIP Ticket gets you entry, a pizza party with Crizzly and friends, Crizzly foam paw, slice gang shirt and early entry to the show.
Fake Blood has a new promo mix out for Fabric Live that’s pretty sweet up on the Fabric Soundcloud.
Insiders at SoundCloud say the site is “dangerously low on cash” just as they roll out a $10 monthly subscription service.
In case you missed it, on the Comedy Central show Key & Peele, the duo channels bad wedding singers along with 2Chainz for a rendition of Swedish House Mafia’s “Don’t You Worry Child.”

After a 15-year hiatus, house legend St. Germain announces a new self-titled album out on October 9.
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