Further Future Returns to Vegas! Plus Music News on Claude VonStroke, Eats Everything and More

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Don’t miss the Further Future festival outside of Las Vegas at the Moapa River Reservation with three days of music, food, Richie Hawtin’s sake, Leftfield’s only second-ever performance in the US and three days and nights of non-stop music.
Claude VonStroke releases the music video for his track “The Rain Break” off his new EP of the same name.

 

Tickets and camping passes are now on sale for Nocturnal Wonderland, taking place Labor Day Weekend in Southern California.
Cosmic Gate releases the remixes of their classic tune “Exploration of Space” which includes another take from the duo, plus a version from Mark Sixma.

DJ Tennis drops a 4-track EP called Divisions/Chirality including an appearance by Godspeed You! Black Emperor violinist Sophie Tredeau.
At the iHeartRadio music awards, Calvin Harris won for dance artist of the year, with Jack Ü & Justin Bieber’s “Where Are Ü Now” won dance song of the year.
MTV taps Martin Garrix for a documentary following his rise.
Diplo’s track “Revolution” was used in a new Bernie Sanders for President ad and the producer strongly supports the candidate.

Gareth Emery releases his new album 100 Reasons to Live. The album also hit No. 1 on the iTunes dance album chart.
Lightning in a Bottle, taking place May 25 to 30 over Memorial Day Weekend in Bradley, California, announces its theme will be “culture as a verb.” The lineup includes Jamie XX, Cashmere Cat, Four Tet, Guy Gerber, Josh Wink, Lane 8 and many more.
Insomniac releases the official trailer for EDC New York, taking place at Citi Field May 14 and 15.

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Deanna Rilling has been involved in the music scene for over 20 years. She turned that love of music into a full-time career in 2007, writing for publications such as DJ Mag, DJ Times, Las Vegas Weekly, Las Vegas Sun, Smash Magazine, Vegas Seven, Billboard, Beatport, Insomniac and many more.
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