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Marshmello Makes a RARE Appearance With Carnage and Friends

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Next month, Carnage is bringing a totally unique lineup of artists to Orlando on Saturday, October 15th for his very own festival concept called RARE. While names like Slushii and Mac Miller will be joining Carnage on this epic day-to-night event, the RARE lineup also includes a very special guest – the deliciously mysterious Marshmello whose appearance is part of The Ritual Tour. Buy tickets now!

Get S’more of Marshmello at RARE!

Though Marshmello’s name has only been in circulation for the last year, the masked producer has been making major waves with his unconventional style. Still riding high on his heart-pounding and sparkle-synth-driven single “Alone,” for one night only he’s bringing the whole #mellogang to Central Florida’s Fairgrounds. If you want s’more of Marshmello, don’t miss this legendary performance at Carnage Presents RARE!

Grab tickets now cause this could be us.

It's Not 'So Long' Until Slushii Plays at Carnage Presents RARE

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We’re counting down the weeks until Carnage Presents RARE in Orlando at the Central Florida Fairgrounds, for a very special event featuring a stacked lineup of today’s finest including Mac Miller, Slushii, and so much more. Join Carnage and friends on October 15th for a RARE lineup boasting defiant beats in hip hop and bass. Buy tickets now!

It’s Not ‘So Long’ Until Slushii Plays at RARE

Everyone’s favorite frozen treat, Slushii, drops a new single “So Long” featuring lilting vocals by Madi, out now on Mad Decent. As an artist who’s been making big waves in the future bass scene, the latest tune from Slushii is more oceanic than a road trip from Kamakura to Kujikuri — with a West Coast vibe.

Watch the futuristic music video for “So Long” depicting an elderly couple reliving their love story by way of virtual reality. Directed by Karam Gill, the touching story showcases the sentimental top line and contemporary style of Slushii’s production.

Stay Safe With the BUDDY System!

The BUDDY System for safer music festivals

With the rise of electronic music culture in recent years has come a growing number of young people attending large-scale music events and festivals. As such, organizers like us here at Disco Donnie Presents are working diligently to expand harm-reduction policies and safety protocols, however, we as a community need to work together to protect our scene. It takes a team effort, and fellow dancers are the key to making that happen.

How the BUDDY System Works

The BUDDY system empowers the crowd, allowing fellow clubbers to look out for each other’s welfare with an elegant tech’ solution. Based in SMS, BUDDY provides a unique code to every attendee on the wristband provided at the event’s entry.

In case of emergency, a member of the crowd can notify on-site medical teams of the location by texting the six digit code. When this text is sent, any pre-registered emergency contacts and on-site friends will also be notified including previously volunteered medical information. By utilizing this automated system, we can dramatically cut down the response time, treating people sooner and more effectively.

The idea behind BUDDY is to give fans the power and means to effectively do something for anyone who might be having a health crisis. With efficient technologies like this coming out on the market, we should be able to reduce emergency response times and make a real difference by putting tragic festival stories in the past.

Mac Miller Taps Into 'The Divine Feminine' at Carnage Presents RARE

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Next month, Carnage is bringing a RARE experience to Orlando with the presentation of his hand-picked talent representing the best of hip hop and electronic. The single day mini-festival takes over the Central Florida Fairgrounds on Saturday, October 15th, with a lineup fusing dirty beats from rap and bass music’s hottest players including Mac Miller. Go to RARE presented by Carnage, buy tickets now!

“My Favorite Part” of ‘The Divine Feminine’ Features Ariana Grande

Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller joins Carnage at RARE, fully loaded with fresh ammo off his new album The Divine Feminine set to drop September 16th. The full-length record clocks in at 10 tracks and features an incredible array of guests including Kendrick Lamar, Anderson .Paak, CeeLo Green, and Ty Dolla $ign. On the latest single “My Favorite Part,” Mac Miller makes sweet music alongside his girlfriend Ariana Grande.

The Divine Feminine follows up GO:OD AM, marking his fourth studio album. As the title suggests, Mac Miller drew inspiration from the universe at large saying, “It was actually a concept that was told to me about the energy of the world being a female energy, and just how that mirrors the soul of a woman.”

“It’s an album about the journey that is love,” he goes on to say.

Find Tritonal ‘Painting With Dreams’ In a City Near You!

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Texas duo Tritonal make their long-awaited return with the release of their sophomore album, Painting With Dreams, out now worldwide! In the hours following its release the record already claimed the #1 spot on the iTunes Dance Charts, and we couldn’t be more stoked for the live shows to follow on tour this fall. Get a taste of Painting With Dreams by Tritonal on the mini mix, and grab concert tickets for a city near you!

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In follow-up to their 2011 debut, the Austin-based pair’s second record showcases the lustrous melodies and gorgeous production Tritonal has become known for crafting. Taking the opportunity to push the boundaries, fourteen new tracks prove a penchant for fusing high-energy elements of progressive and house.

“At the end of this journey, we feel we’ve composed a body of work that is emotional, balanced, and truly showcases our love of all things melodic,” Tritonal shares. “[We have] so much gratitude for you guys, we’ll allow the music to speak for itself.”

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