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Kygo shares his 2016 highlight reel

“2016 has been the best year so far! This video is the recap of my Cloud Nine festival in August, which was one of many highlights of the year. I want to thank each and every one of you for all your support, and I cant wait to play more shows and release new music in 2017!”

Drake, Prince and Adele Top Nielsen Most Consumed Of 2016

Drake’s “Views” was the most “consumed” album of 2016. Adele’s “25,” released in late 2015, rang up the biggest numbers at physical and virtual cash registers. Neither musician, however, finished as the year’s top-selling artist. Nielsen Music reported a slight gain in overall music consumption in 2016 compared with the prior year. Prince’s overall catalog sold more records than anyone else in 2016.

Overall album consumption, which combines physical and digital sales, as well as track equivalent album and streaming equivalent album numbers from on-demand services, increased 3.1% for a total of 560.7 million last year.

Subtracting the physical sales component, which declined year-to-year, the increase in overall consumption was even stronger, up 8.9% over 2015 results.

Digital album sales dropped more than 20% in 2016 compared to 2015.

Prince’s albums sold more than 2.2 million units, and Nielsen’s report notes that he was the only artist to sell more than 1 million digital and physical albums during the year. When taken together with digital sales of 5.4 million songs, the ultimately combined albums and track equivalent sales pushed him ahead of Drake and Adele.

Still, Adele’s “25” was the top-selling individual album, with 1.7 million copies, while Drake’s “Views” easily topped overall album consumption thanks to billions of song streams, giving him a total volume figure of 4.1 million albums.

The most streamed song — combining audio and video streams — was Desiigner’s “Panda,” with 791 million streams, followed by Rihanna’s “Work” featuring Drake with 708 million streams, Chainsmokers’ “Closer” featuring Halsey (611 million), Drake featuring WizKid & Kyla’s “One Dance” (558 million) and Rihanna’s “Needed Me” (516 million).

The resurgence in vinyl LPs also represented a positive note in the overall sales picture, up 10% over 2015 and constituting 11% of total physical sales.

The top-selling vinyl titles were Twenty One Pilots’ “Blurryface” (68,000 copies), David Bowie’s “Blackstar” (66,000), Adele’s “25” (58,000), Amy Winehouse’s “Back to Black” (58,000) and Radiohead’s “A Moon Shaped Pool (56,000).

The top-selling digital songs were Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop the Feeling” (2.5 million), Chainsmokers’ “Closer” featuring Halsey (2.3 million), Flo Rida’s “My House” (2.2 millino), Lukas Graham’s “7 Years” (2.1 million) and Drake featuring WizKid & Kyla’s “One Dance” (2 million)

Listen to Eric Prydz Epic Radio 018 with tracklist

1. ID – ID
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3. ID – ID
4. DJ Hell – I WANT U (The Hacker Remix)
5. Cirez D – Bauerpost
6. ID – ID
7. Pryda – Waves
8. ID – ID
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11. ID – ID
12. Cubic 22 – Night In Motion

New music from Afrojack and Jay Karama

Fabio & Grooverider prep for 25 years of Drum and Bass at Electric Brixton UK

The UK Drum and Bass duo get ready to light up Electric Brixton to celebrate their long career in the industry featuring guest DJS. Check out the story here.

Flosstradamus released remix package for “Came Up”

Listen to Deadmau5′ debut of his BBC Radio 1 residency

New video from Snakehips Ft. MØ for song ‘Don’t Leave’

Watch The BPM Festival live streams

Streaming live from Playa Del Carmen, celebrating their 10th year in Mexico, watch the live streams and get the on demand sets as they become available HERE.

The most popular festivals of 2016

In North America
Coachella Music Festival 2016
KAABOO 2016
Outside Lands 2016
Bonnaroo Music Festival 2016
Soundset 2016
Governors Ball Music Festival 2016
Osheaga 2016
Austin City Limits 2016
Snowglobe 2016
Bottlerock 2016
Panorama Music Festival 2016
Lollapalooza Chicago 2016
Sundown Music Festival 2016
South By Southwest (SXSW) 2016
Electric Zoo 2016
Voodoo Experience 2016
FYF Fest 2016
Summerfest 2016
Joshua Tree Fall 2016
Shaky Knees Festival 2016
Electric Forest 2016
Welcome to Rockville 2016
Hangout Festival 2016
Okeechobee Music Festival 2016
Sasquatch 2016
Ottawa Bluesfest 2016
Imagine Festival 2016
Desert Trip 2016
Bumbershoot 2016
Firefly Music Festival 2016
Mysteryland USA 2016
Joshua Tree Spring 2016
California Roots 2016
Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival 2016
North Coast Music Festival 2016
Euphoria Festival 2016
Lightning in a Bottle 2016
The Wrecking Ball 2016
Sonic Bloom 2016
Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas 2016
SweetWater 420 Festival 2016
Boston Calling 2016
Burning Man 2016
Quebec City Summer Festival 2016
Ohana Festival 2016
Mountain Jam 2016
Woogie Weekend 2016
Bunbury Music Festival 2016
Northern Invasion 2016
Gasparilla Music Festival 2016

In Europe
Lollapalooza Berlin 2016
Boom Festival 2016
Ultra Europe 2016
Outlook Festival 2016
Sonus Festival 2016
Primavera Sound 2016
Sonar Barcelona 2016
Iceland Airwaves 2016
Amsterdam Dance Event 2016
Hideout Festival 2016
Mysteryland Netherlands 2016
Tomorrowland 2016
NOS Alive 2016
Rock Am Ring 2016
NOS Primavera Sound 2016
Best Kept Secret Festival 2016
Bilbao BBK Live 2016
Melt! Festival 2016
Hellfest 2016
Fresh Island Festival 2016
Spring Break Island 2016
Super Bock Super Rock 2016
Wacken 2016
Pacha Festival 2016
Defected Croatia 2016
Electric Elephant 2016
Love International 2016
Soundwave Croatia 2016
Open’er Festival 2016
Hurricane Festival 2016
Rock Werchter 2016
Vida Festival 2016
Pitchfork Paris 2016
A Summer’s Tale Festival 2016
Pinkpop 2016
Roskilde Festival 2016
Le Guess Who? 2016
Download Festival France 2016
Cruilla Barcelona 2016
Estrella Levante SOS 4.8 2016
Bravalla Festival 2016
OZORA Festival 2016
FIB 2016
Into the Valley 2016
Lowlands Festival 2016
Way Out West 2016
Down The Rabbit Hole 2016
INmusic Festival 2016
Rock Im Park 2016
Solar Weekend 2016

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Listen to live sets from Beats 1 Radio’s Welcome 2017

Alison Wonderland, Above & Beyond, Chase & Status and more live sets on demand HERE.

DJ Sets and new podcasts in today from…

Tracklists, links to download and more from today’s new shows from Hardwell, Above & Beyond, Chus + Ceballos, Scuba, Robin Schulz, Martin Garrix and more. Click here for more.

Lupe Fiasco return with a killer track to get you movin

https://open.spotify.com/embed/track/19oLvKXQV8myHewCFJaDaE

The KLF plan a return in 2017

After dropping a cryptic sort of video in the last week of 2016, many speculated that electronic dance music pioneers The KLF may be planning to return in 2017. Well, they will in August 2017. Get an idea of how ground-breaking The KLF was as an early 90’s dance act below with video of their biggest hits – rave classics for sure.

Baauer releases new music for 2017 with ‘CandyMan’

We featured this on a Breakfast Beats compilation last week, check out new music from Baauer below

Check out new music video from Sunnery James And Ryan Marciano

Making quite the impact right of the bat with the first release on their new label, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano have conjured up quite the marvel. ‘The One That Got Away’ is catchy, rhythmically irresistible and destined to dominate the global air waves with its laid-back vibes and Clara Mae’s beautiful vocals. Don’t let this one slip through your fingers. You’ll have a lifetime of regret waiting for you if you do.

New music from Patrick Reza, ‘Lights Out’

We featured this on a Breakfast Beats compilation a few days ago and wanted to bring it to you attention if you missed it because it’s that f’in good!

Happy New Year from Armin Van Buuren with new music

Once again going where few dare to venture, Armin van Buuren explores his musicality even further. Teaming up with super producer Fernando Garibay and featured singer Olaf Blackwood, he gives rise to this monumental out-of-the-box offering and shows that his production prowess knows no boundaries. A particularly infectious record that’s sure to turn heads, ‘I Need You’ is creativity in its purest form.

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