Pulse Music News Minute: Week of May 25, 2015

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If you can’t make it to Mysteryland this weekend on the Woodstock ’69 grounds in New York, you can live stream the festival on Beatport Live May 23 and 24.
If you only do one thing this Memorial Day Weekend in Vegas, ok well two things, you should go to Danny Tenaglia at Daylight on Sunday, May 24. He goes on at sundown. Then keep the party going with Carl Cox throwing down a late night set at Light. All the cool kids will be there.
You can stream Alesso’s debut album Forever online now and it drops May 26. If you have a ticket for his Las Vegas gig June 18 at the Boulevard Pool at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas you get a digital download of the album.
The EDMBiz conference & Expo takes place June 16-18 right before EDC at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. One lucky artist can jump start their career with the Best Record/A&R contest. Visit edmbiz.com/ar for details.
Insomniac’s Bassrush Pool Party and Bassrush massive will take place at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on June 18 with Ancy C, Bro Safari, Excision, Zomboy, Cookie Monsta and more.
TomorrowWorld announces two more headliners in Ferry Corsten and Jamie Jones. They join Hardwell and Armin van Buuren on the lineup that’s being released one by one.
Adam Beyer releases the Stone Flower EP on Drumcode Records. “Stone Flower” has already risen to the number 1 spot on the Beatport techno top 100.
Disco Donnie Presents announces the lineup for the 5th annual Sun City Music Festival in El Paso, TX September 5 and 6 that includes headliners Armin van Buuren and Hardwell along with Adam Beyer, Dash Berlin, Dubfire, Hot Since 82, Robin Schulz, Borgore, Nervo and more.
Steve Aoki is being sued by a concert goer after he stage-dived into a raft at a show in San Diego and subsequently broke the neck of a girl trapped underneath when he jumped.
The official trailer for the Zac Efron movie “We Are Your Friends” directed by that Max dude from Catfish is out. If there were ever a sign that EDM has jumped the shark, the stereotypical cheesiness from this movie will solidify that.
Tiësto surprises fans with the release of Club Life Vol. 4: New York City with 18 tracks of previously released and new material.
In case you missed it, the top dance/electronic album of the year at the Billboard awards went to electro-violinist Lindsey Stirling, beating out Skrillex, Avicii, Calvin Harris and Disclosure. The top dance/electronic song was “Turn Down for What” even though it was release in December 2013. And Calvin Harris won the top dance/electronic artist.
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