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

Hey there, Pulse Nation! Time for your weekly dose of electronic music news, plus four new tunes to put on your radar. Just tune in to Pulse 96.7 FM in Vegas and Pulse 87 NY online, or get in the know with the tidbits below.

German producer and singer/songwriter Fritz Kalkbrenner unveils the music video for his latest single “Void.” His new album, Ways Over Water, is set for release March 24.
Warner Brothers signs a deal with the legendary Nile Rodgers and Chic for the disco act’s first album in 25 years, set for release in June.
According to Manhattan Venture Research, Spotify is currently valued at $5.74 billion.
Don’t miss the After 1 year anniversary party with headliner Max Graham on his Cycles 6 tour at Body English Afterhours on February 7.
Tropical house continues to nicely nudge EDM out of the way as Kygo teases a snippet of him playing a new track on Facebook.
David Guetta confirms that he and Martin Garrix are working together.
Beyond Wonderland in Southern California March 20-21 announces it’s lineup with a Carl Cox & Friends stage, Adam Beyer, Andy C, John Digweed, Nicole Moundaber, Z-Trip and many more.
Las Vegas’ own duo Caked Up are signed to Dim Mak records and new single “Rave Police” out February 10.
Bingo Players releases the first track since Paul Baumer’s passing with the track “Nothing to Say.”
Spotify and Sony team up to create PlayStation Music. So that means 30 million songs will now be at a gamer’s disposal.
Download Savant’s new LP Invasion on BandCamp. Says Deadmau5: “Savant is the change that EDM needs, if it doesn’t sink itself entirely.”
Carnage drops a new trap anthem “WDYW” with rhymes from A$AP Ferg, Lil Uzi Vert and Rich the Kid.
Feed Me releases a new EP titled A Giant Warrior Descends on Tokyo.
Dave Dresden of Gabriel & Dresden drops his first solo mix since 2011 entitled “No Hashtags, No BS, Just Music” which you can download for free on Soundcloud.
As if there weren’t already enough remixes of “Show Me Love” Sam Feldt digs out the tired track again for yet another version.
Detroit Movement Festival announces phase 1 of the lineup for the May 23 to 25 event include Carl Craig, Discolsure, Dubfire B2B with Hot Since 82, Eat Everything, Kevin Saunderson, Loco Dice, Luciano, Maya Jane Coles and many more.


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