Pulse Music News Minute: Week of Feb. 24, 2015

Time for your weekly roundup of electronic music news headlines! Just tune in to Pulse 96.7 FM in Vegas and Pulse 87 NY online, or get in the know with the tidbits below.

Low Pros, aka A-Trak and Lex Luger return with the new single “Who Wanna Play” featuring Que out on Fool’s Gold, of course.

The official anthem of Ultra Music Festival 2015 is Vicetone’s “Follow Me” featuring JHart available now on Ultra Music.

The numbers are in with a reported 60,000 fans from over 60 countries descended upon Playa Del Carmen, Mexico for the BPM Festival.
If you’re like many and got screwed by Ticketfly last week when trying to buy a Burnning Man ticket, turns out a group of hackers are partially to blame for cutting in front of everyone in the virtual line. Burning Man has publicly admitted to the error and says they will track down the hackers and put the tickets back up for grabs during the last minute sale in August.
Drai’s Beach Club returns for the pool season March 6. Its night pool party Yacht Club returns on April 21.
Swedish duo Galantis reveal their new song “Gold Dust” will drop February 23 via Big Beat.

Alesso released his latest track “Cool” featuring Roy English last week and the companion video will be released February 27 on Vevo with his debut album coming later this year.
Wanna try your hand at remixing Skrillex’s Groundhog Day-inspired “Doompy Poomp” video? Fans can try their hand at rearranging the time-looped clips into your own director’s cut. Visit doompypoomp.skrillex.com.
A new collaboration from Skrillex and DJ Snake is in the works, though title of the track recently played live has yet to be given an ID, and DJ Snake said via Twitter only that it will be out soon.
Madonna now has her 44th No. 1 single with the Diplo-produced track “Living for Love” on the top of the dance club song chart.
Porter Robinson is nominated for Artist of the Year at the MTVu Woodies, while Kygo is nominated for Best Emerging Artist, and Skrillex’s Superjam at Bonnaroo is up for a Next Level Performance award.
When you get a chance, check out Detlaf’s remix of Hot Since 82 featuring Alex Mills “The Core.”

In case you missed it, Will Ferrell and Ana Gasteyer returned to the Saturday Night Live stage to revive their roles and music teachers Marty and Bobbi Culp for a rendition of “Turn Down for What.”


Selena Gomez and Zedd, who blogs are calling Zeddlena, god help us, release their collaboration “I Want You To Know.” Somewhere Justin Bieber sulks and gets more crappy ink.
Drai’s is partnering with Trump Hotels to manage Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver’s new nightclub and dayclub.
Newbies to electronic music may know him as Feed Me, but Jon Gooch is also drum-and-bass producer Spor, who just dropped an LP called Caligo, which you can get for free on BitTorrent.

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