Pulse Music News Minute: Week of Jan. 13, 2015

Hey there, party people. Time for your weekly electronic music news updates. Get in the know with the tidbits below, or tune in to Pulse 96.7 FM in Vegas and Pulse 87 NY online.

Salva announces the Peacemaker Tour blending hip-hop and house for a stop in Vegas on February 8 at XS and February 13 in New York at Webster Hall.
The brothers in DubVision drop their latest single this week entitled “Broken.”

Also out this week is the Spinnin’ Deep release from Pep & Rash called “Rumors.”

Add February 3 to your calendar as the day to nab Kap Slap’s debut single, “Let It All Out” via Ultra Music. Catch him January 24 at Webster Hall in New York City and February 21 in Los Angeles at the Fonda Theatre.

The deluxe version of Infected Mushroom’s Friends on Mushrooms is out now via Dim Mak Records.
Gareth Emery is currently working on Drive Refueled, the remix album followup to his Drive studio album. Check out Grum’s version of “Firebird” on SoundCloud.

The video for Above & Beyond’s “All Over the World” is now released.
And since you can’t have a week of music news without a Skrillex or Diplo mention, the duo known as Jack Ü will be finishing their EP this month. Or at least that’s what Diplo promised.
The Prodigy is back with a new album on March 30 titled The Day is my Enemy.
if you want to up your festival game, the KaZantip event will take place February 18-28 on a private, 1 kilometer square island in Cambodia.
Lightning in a Bottle returns to Southern California Memorial Day Weekend with headliners Moby, Gramatik, Claude von Stroke, Amon Tobin, Baauer and more.
In an interview with Billboard magazine, Tiësto expresses his displeasure that the broad term EDM referring to Electronic Dance Music ended up referring to a specific sound, saying “now it just means all the music you’re not supposed to play.”
Aphex Twin announces the release of a 13-track album called Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments Pt. 2 on January 23 via Warp Records.
Tomorrowland in Belgium finally gets its revenge on Disney. The festival had to change it’s name to TomorrowWorld for the US because of the Disney copyright, but now a film called Tomorrowworld is coming out, the fest will make Disney change the name of the movie where they own the copyright in the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Belgium.
Proving everyone and their mother now listens to electronic music, Coachella’s lineup is 50 percent electronic artists, garnering criticism for the festival founded in indie and rock. Cedric Gervais, Kaskade, Axwell V Ingrosso, Kygo and more headline.
Happy 10 year anniversary to the Dirtybird crew. The house label celebrates the milestone with a new compilation album out January 27.

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