Set Sail with Groove Cruise and Shipsomnia, Plus New Albums from Phantogram and MSTRKRFT

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Phantogram’s forthcoming album Three will be out on October 7 and they’ll be kicking off their tour in Vegas on 9/29 at the Brooklyn Bowl with new tracks in tow.
Erick Morillo embarks on a North American tour with a stop at the Lost Day Club in Staten Island, NY on August 28.
Shipsomnia 2017 taking place June 14-18 will be Europe’s first music and arts festival cruise for a five day vacation sailing from Barcelona, Ibiza, Sete and back to Barcelona with the theme Tale of the Kraken.
Skrillex and Wiwek premiered their debut in a short film called Still in the Cage at the Theatre at Ace Hotel DTLA. It’s a dark adventure drama in Bangkok that includes their collaborative track “Killa” and is directed by Jodeb.
Dirty South and singer Rudy have once again teamed up on the new single “Just Dream,” out now on Phazing.
Sander van Doorn remixed Moby’s classic “Natural Blues” from Moby’s Black Lacquer project that coincides with his memoir Porcelain.
Deorro releases a new original track called, sigh, “Butt Naked.” It’s out now on Ultra music.
Borgeous just dropped his debut album called 13 and each track is a collaboration with assorted industry tastemakers with the DJ that now calls Las Vegas home.
Scour the internet for Eric Prydz’s recording of his CirezD Live Essential Mix from Creamfields on August 26.
MSTRKRFT dropped their new record Operator and will be in Vegas at The Bunkhouse Saloon on September 2 and New York at Webster Hall on September 10.
Destructo releases his latest single, a collaboration with Wax Motif featuring Pusha T & Starrah called “Catching Plays” from his forthcoming EP out this fall entitled Renegade.
When it comes to Groove Cruise, if you snooze you lose. The sailing to Cabo October 28 to November 2 is almost sold out. Headliners include Arty, Fedde Le Grand, Gareth Emery, Robin Schulz, Anthony Attalla and many, many more for non-stop music.

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