Pulse Music News Minute with New Tunes from Serge Devant, Far Too Loud and More

Pulse bannerKeep up-to-date with all the headlines in electronic music this week, all in one place. Tune in to Pulse 96.7 FM in Vegas and Pulse 87 NY online, or check out the tidbits below.

Fedde Le Grand releases his 14-track studio album Something Real via Ultra Music.
Tritonal releases the single and video for “This is Love” and announced a North American tour that makes a stop in Las Vegas at Marquee on April 1 and Marquee New York on April 9.

The Minus Zero multi-day winter sports and electronic music festival takes place at the Stratton Mountain Resort in Vermont April 9 & 10 with headliners Deadmau5 and Kaskade.
Dada Life release a new single called “Tic, Tic, Tic,” featuring Lzzy Hale and you can dress like a giant banana for their next Vegas gig at Hakkasan on April 24.

The awesome Dirtybird label drops the latest from Bruno Furlan & Kyle Watson, the Marshmallows EP.

Cosmic Gate is back with a new one called “am2pm” via WYM Records. You can catch the German duo at the Hollywood Palladium in LA on April 2.

Eats Everything presents his live Fabric 86 Promo Mix. Listen and download on Fabric’s SoundCloud.

Nabbing its first spin on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show, MK, aka Marc Kinchen, teams up with Becky Hill for the “Piece of Me” extended edit out now via Area10.

Sander Kleinenberg joins forces with DEV for the vocal banger “We Rock It” out now on Spinnin’ Deep.

Hardwell announces a return to Ushuaïa Ibiza for a Summer 2016 residency every Tuesday from June 28th to September 6th.
French musician and producer Fred Falke releases the “It’s a Memory” remix EP featuring versions from Oliver, Chrome Sparks, Amtrac and more.

Brooklyn nightlife institution Rinsed launches The Umbrella record label. The new imprint will pair each release with a signature Rinsed live event.
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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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