When video game No Man’s Sky first released on August 9, 2016, many of the core features that developers had promised players were missing. At the time, the game was losing users by the thousands, but English indie studio Hello Games worked tirelessly and offered massive, free patches one after another to make it into the very fully functioning game it is today.

With all of the new updates, players are able to do things they never would have dreamed of at launch, including creating full “rave planets.”

Many games like Minecraft, Fortnite, and Roblox are also getting in on the virtual rave craze these days, but No Man’s Sky is the only one that offers both a fully customizable environment as well as AAA graphics.

Hello Games added a fully functional synthesizer to the game late last year, allowing players to create unique music that can be heard by … Read more

Mads Mikkelsen will replace Johnny Depp as Grindelwald in Fantastic Beasts 3, it has been confirmed.

Depp, who portrayed the villainous character in the first two Fantastic Beasts movies, was asked by Warner Bros to resign from the role earlier this month after he lost a libel trial related to domestic abuse allegations by his ex-wife, Amber Heard.

It was later reported that Mikkelsen (Hannibal and Casino Royale) was in “early talks” to step in for the next film, which is set for release on July 15, 2022.

Today (November 25), the Danish actor’s casting has been officially announced by Warner Bros, with Fantastic Beasts 3 currently in production at Warner Bros Studios Leavesden (via Deadline).

Mikkelsen will appear alongside returning stars including Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, … Read more

KSHMR is teasing his upcoming album with a visual sneak peek and live countdown — both of which point to January 15, 2021.

In preparation for his next big release, KSHMR has also wiped his Instagram account clean, leaving only album art and due date. It’s obvious the producer is putting great emphasis on the album and we’re expecting greatness in return.

In 2016, KSHMR released his epic 12-track body of work, The Lion Across the Field. At the time, it was considered an EP release, which would make his upcoming album also his commercial debut.

Approximately 51 days and 10 hours remain until it’s out. Let’s hope his music is able to grace the main stage next year as festivals (hopefully) return!

More info on KSHMR and the new album here.

KSHMR Album Teaser | January 15, 2021 


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Daniel Avery has shared two new songs today (November 24) – you can listen to them below.

Taken from his surprise album release, ‘Love + Light’, ‘, which arrived back in June, the two songs follow ‘Lone Swordsman’ – a single Avery released in tribute to Andrew Weatherall back in September. 

Speaking about the new songs called ‘Petrol Blue’ and ‘Into The Voice Of Stillness’, Avery said: “I wanted to make something that would sit next to ‘Lone Swordsman’ in the world of ‘Love + Light.’

You can listen to the new songs here:

Avery added: “‘Petrol Blue’ was written in a studio at the very edge of the country. The views across the water without a single sight on the horizon always create a certain atmosphere in my … Read more

The 2020 American Music Awards (AMAs) took place last night and we have the full winners list.

Artist of the Year went to Taylor Swift largely because of her stunning, slow burning surprise album folklore. She also took home Favorite Music Video for “cardigan” and Favorite Female Artist.

The Weeknd also won three awards for his smash album After Hours and single, “Heartless” — Favorite Male Artist, Favorite Album and Favorite Song in the Soul/R&B categories.

Other big winners were announced throughout the night including New Artist of the Year – Doja Cat, Favorite Male Artist – Justin Bieber, and Favorite Song of the Year – Dua Lipa with “Don’t Start Now.” Plus, Megan Thee Stallion, Juice WRLD and more.

Lady Gaga took home Favorite Artist in the Electronic Dance Music category, prevailing over Kygo and Marshmello. Her sixth album Chromatica was heavily … Read more