Morning Roundup

Avicii's video for "You Make Me," Nile hits the studio with Disclosure, Zedd on immortality, and is outsider house the dumbest genre name yet?

By Beatport News Editors

Bounce. Rock. Skate. Roll. Intrigued? Come on in and see what’s happening.

– Whether it’s George Benson’s “Give Me the Night” or De La Soul’s “A Roller Skating Jam Named ‘Saturdays,'” well, we love us a good rollerskating video. Cue Avicii’s clip for his new cut from True, “You Make Me,” which rolls off in a whole different direction.

– Is “outsider house” a super-dumb term to describe the sounds of Anthony Naples, Delroy Edwards, and L.I.E.S.? Yep. (full story)

– M-Audio has introduced its new flagship controller, the Axium Air. See what Attack Magazine has got to say about it: (full story)

– Yes! It’s official that Nile Rodgers is working with Disclosure on new music. We cannot wait to see what comes of that monumental pairing. (full story)

– “The boss doesn’t want foreigners to come in.” Well, that’s an odd door policy. Are some German clubs taking a rather racist tack to choosing their clientele for the night? Der Spiegel investigates. (full story)

– Zedd’s philosophy on making solid tunes: “The way to do it is to set the focus on the music, the melody, the harmonies, the chord progressions, and to make the music immortal.” (full story)

– Ever wonder how DJ Sprinkles got his name? There’s a pretty funny story behind it: (full story)