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Lineups Revealed for Alesso: Together Again in Los Angeles

Deorro, BlackGummy, Noizu, Anabel Englund, and more will be joining Alesso for two days of house music in Los Angeles this July. Over the years, Alesso has become one of the most beloved members of the dance music scene. Backed by his sensational hit tracks that included the likes of “Calling (Lose My Mind)” with Sebastian Ingrosso and Ryan Tedder and “Under Control” with Calvin Harris & Hurts, he’s continually proven himself worthy of the mainstage. Now, after the release of his latest two-track EP, PROGRESSO VOL 2, Alesso has unveiled the lineup for his forthcoming Together Again showcase in Los Angeles.
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Club Glow plots Echostage’s grand reopening—Zedd, Alesso, David Guetta, and more to perform

On June 11, as Washington D.C. formally lifts all COVID-19 capacity restrictions for bars and nightclubs, a DMV fan favorite by the name of Echostage will open its doors for the first time since March 2020 to usher attendees back into the 3,000-person venue to the tunes of Zedd‘s repertoire. The True Colors album maker assumes Echostage grand reopening duties for June 11 – 12, in what will be the site’s first pair of post-pandemic shows. Club Glow will keep the momentum going throughout June, lining up live sets from David Guetta, Tiësto, Alesso, and Tchami across consecutive weekends, with plans to reveal later months’ programming in the weeks to come.
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Insomniac Announces Alesso: Together Again in Los Angeles

This July, Alesso will head to Los Angeles for two nights of electric beats to help bring fans together again on the dancefloor. Back in 2010, Alesso broke onto the scene with his debut, self-titled EP, and then followed that up in 2011 with a remix of “Pressure” by Starkillers, Alex Kenji, and Nadia Ali and “Calling (Lose My Mind)” with Sebastian Ingrosso and Ryan Tedder. Those progressive house tracks dominated the scene and instantly captured the attention of the global dance music community – and he hasn’t looked back since.
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Alesso, Tove Lo & More Team with Tim Bergling Foundation for Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and some of electronic music’s biggest names are taking action for the cause. A collaboration between the Tim Bergling Foundation, a mental health organization in memory of Avicii, and Save the Children has already seen support from Alesso, Tove Lo, Elliphant, Benjamin Ingrosso, Loreen, and Felix Sandman. These artists have donated their Spotify Canvas covers to benefit the collaborative project.
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Alesso, Cedric Gervais, Alec Monopoly, & Dillon Danis at LIV

Miami Beach, FL – April 16, 2021 – Together again! On Friday night night, LIV reopened and welcomed partygoers back to the dance floor for the first time in over a year. Alesso took over the decks for an unforgettable set, while Cedric Gervais, Alec Monopoly, and Dillon Danis were also spotted celebrating alongside Alesso in the DJ booth.
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15 of the most-anticipated IDs of 2021: Axwell and Years, Porter Robinson, Alesso, and more

Not all IDs are created equal. Some tracks like Axwell and Years‘ “Bliss” can lay dormant inside the ID vault for years upon years (no pun intended) since their initial unveiling, with only a sliver of promise that their red lights will eventually turn green, while other ID hopefuls such as Hardwell and Blasterjaxx‘s now-released 2017 linkup are unsuspectingly given the go-ahead out of thin air.