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Kygo Teams up with Mr. Brainwash

In honor of his upcoming Barclays show and one of the biggest of his career, Kygo has released the first product of a new collaboration with street artist Mr. Brainwash.

Originally from France but now based in Los Angeles, Thierry Guetta aka Mr. Brainwash has been creating street, gallery and onscreen art for over a decade. He's pushed the boundaries with his wheat paste, spray can, stencil and paint brush art in six continents and has worked with musicians such as Michael Jackson, Madonna, Black Keys and Red Hot Chili Peppers. Oh yeah... and he's also the subject of Banksy's critically acclaimed film Exit Through The Gift Shop.

The poster art below is just the start of Kygo and Mr. Brainwash's collaboration. Fans can look forward to T-shirts, live art installations and much more!

Find tickets for Kygo's upcoming show at Barclays Center in New York City with MØ and Conrad Sewell on January 21st: http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/00004F7194C52F51...

Boys Noize Drops Free 31-Track BitTorrent Bundle

After a huge year that also marked the 10th anniversary of his label imprint Boysnoize Records, Alexander Ridha aka Boys Noize is thanking fans for another year of support with a free 31-track BitTorrent bundle. In addition to setting out on an international tour in 2015, the German producer released a five-hour free download package as well as a nine-track solo EP.

The 31-track bundle includes previously released and unreleased tracks and remixes from Boys Noize and labelmates as well as collabs with Skrillex, Chilly Gonzales and Mr. Oizo. Get your download of the entire package here.

Flume Previews New Album 'Skin'

Fresh off releasing the highly-anticipated and final EP as one-half of What So Not, Harley Streten, better known as Flume, has released a four-minute preview of his next solo album, Skin. Fans have been anxiously awaiting news of Flume's sophomore album since he dropped the single "Some Minds feat. Andrew Wyatt" back in May. Review Streten's comments on his sophomore album from the July interview with NME, and then listen to and download the LP preview below.

"Sonically, everything is a lot wider and larger. With the new stuff, theres a lot of really low moments, like almost ambient stuff with no drums, but there's also really high energy moments... I've got lots of different stuff, big stuff, small stuff. Unknown dudes, and really well known dudes, but I can't say any of that. It's all a secret."

H/T LessThan3

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