Pulse Music News Minute: Week of July 27, 2015

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Save up your spare change for a trip to Buenos Aires for Armada Beach on January 23, 2016 with a lineup to be announced.
The MTV video music awards nominations are out—even though you can rarely see actual videos on the channel. Skrillex, Diplo and Justin Bieber’s “Where are Ü Now” nabbed three nominations, Flying Lotus scored two. The awards air August 30.
French techno producer Julian Jeweil just released his new EP called Bird on Richie Hawtin’s Minus label.
The amazing Loco Dice announces a new album called Underground Sound Suicide. Pete Tong debuted the first single, called “Get Comfy” featuring Giggs and you can hear a snippet on Loco Dice’s Soundcloud.

Disclosure will release their sophomore album on September 25 called Caracal. Singles “Bang That,” “Holding On,” and “Omen” have already dropped. The latest called “Moving Mountains” premiered on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show.
Diplo will be the opening act for Madonna’s Rebel Heart World Tour on September 9 and 10 in Montreal.
Robin Schulz, who wooed us with “Prayer in C” and “Waves,” will release his second album called Sugar on September 18.
Vinyl nerds! Ever wish your favorite songs could take a spin on your turntable? A new service called Super Specific Vinyl on Demand can press any track you want with no minimum quantity.
Dillon Francis makes a mini mocumentary called Exit Through the Donut Hole that doubles as a music video for his single “I Can’t Take It,” complete with Dillon in a donut costume battling his former friend broccoli.
Superheroes and raves combine as the new Marvel Film Ant Man find the title character shrunk down at a raging house party complete with neon, glitter and even kandi spotted in the scene.
Time for your weekly Deadmau5 update. The producer is currently working on a new studio to be done in the fall, upon which he’ll go into winter studio hibernation and have a new album ready by January 2016.
Hopefully you’ve got some airline miles saved up, because Electric Daisy Carnival is going to Tokyo, Japan in July 2016.
Featured music from Matt Darey’s Nocturnal Sunshine EP:

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