Blink-182 join headliners Aerosmith and The Chainsmokers for the 2017 NCAA March Madness Music Festival.
Blink-182 and five other artists have been newly added to the 2017 NCAA March Madness Music Festival line-up, joining the previously announced headliners Aerosmith and The Chainsmokers, as well as Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. The event is a free three-day extravaganza celebrating the Final Four tournament.
NCAA March Madness Music Festival 2017 comes this Spring
Nine months after the release of their first US number one album in fifteen years 'California', Blink-182 are set to make an appearance at a free three-day concert event in Arizona. Brought to you by the NCAA and Turner Live Events, AT&T, Coca-Cola and Capital One, the festival has been launched to coincide with the 2017 NCAA Men's Final Four basketball championships.
The Chainsmokers have completed their latest album titled 'Memories: Do Not Open', six weeks ahead of the scheduled date.
The Chainsmokers have completed their latest album.
The 'Closer' hitmakers, which is comprised of Alex Pall and Drew Taggart - have revealed they have finished working on their debut album titled 'Memories: Do Not Open', which is set to be unveiled on April 7.
The electronic dance duo announced they had finished their latest compilation on Twitter.
Continue reading: The Chainsmokers Finish New Album
Ronson is on Gaga's side after the pair collaborated on her newest song, Perfect Illusion
It ain’t the world of pop if there ain’t a popstar beefing with another popstar and, as Kanye has gone quiet over recent weeks it’s left the door open for others to express their distaste for one another: this time it’s Lady GaGa and Mark Ronson vs. The Chainsmokers.
Lady Gaga has Mark Ronson in her corner as she and The Chainsmokers row
It all started out with American DJ duo The Chainsmokers dissing Gaga’s newest track - on which she worked with producer Ronson - Perfect Illusion.
Continue reading: Mark Ronson Stokes The Fire In Lady Gaga And Chainsmokers Feud
The Chainsmokers took to London's Heaven as part of their European tour to liven up a mundane Wednesday evening.
The set saw tracks taken from their 2015 debut EP Bouquet playing -Waterbed, Until You Were Gone and Roses. All the songs Chainsmokers played went down well, Roses was a particularly memorable part of the show, the slower beat with a catchy and fun chorus created something different to rest of the set and quite in contrast to the up-tempo Until You Were Gone which would fit into any Ibiza club at the moment.
The New York duo consisting of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall sees an experimental take on electro house. Recent releases such as Don't Let Me Down (which features singer Daya) is a soft track, the delicate vocal and a relaxed melody pushes the music genre in a different direction from the American DJ's.
Continue reading: The Chainsmokers - Heaven 2nd March 2016 Live Review
There's been ups and downs, but Ultra Music Festival turned out another year of unforgettable musical energy.
Ultra Music Festival turned out to be a bit of a rollercoaster of a weekend for everyone this year but, as usual, it's been three days of some of the most explosive electronic acts of our generation.
It was a terribly disappointing moment for festival goers (and, indeed, viewers; those who were viewing it live online) when it was announced that Saturday's main stage headliner Avicii would not make it to Miami for his set after being hospitalised earlier in the week for an emergency operation. However, that initial fan frustration was greatly eased by the arrival of Deadmau5, who took the Swedish DJ's place to much delightful surprise. Further entertainment came with some eagerly anticipated headline sets from Tiesto and Hardwell on the Friday and Sunday respectively.
Continue reading: Ultra Music Festival 2014: The Weekend Event's Most Memorable Moments