NEWSFLASH #5: The Latest Buzz on EXIT Festival Stars!

In this latest edition of Newsflash, EXIT Festival stars are delivering a treasure trove of auditory delights and anticipation-building reveals. We've got an eye on the Black Eyed Peas' electrifying performance in Japan, ears tuned to an all-star single featuring Tom Morello, Kenya Grace dropping her much-anticipated debut EP, and Rudimental gearing up to headline this year's BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend. Ian Asher is launching a label with a fresh remix on the horizon, while Barry Can’t Swim is in the running for Producer of the Year at the Beatport Awards!

22. March 2024. — Author: EXIT

Black Eyed Peas: Live in Japan

The Black Eyed Peas, one of the most successful musical acts of all time and pop-rap royalty, recently took the stage at the GMO Sonic festival in Japan. A full recording of their performance, offering a sneak peek of what we can expect at this year’s EXIT Festival, is now available on YouTube!

Tom Morello: “Going Home” — A Charity All-Star Single

A congregation of the finest guitarists in the annals of rock history has joined forces on the new release “Going Home,” among them, of course, one of the world’s most innovative guitarists Tom Morello. The charity single boasts a lineup of over 60 musicians, including legends like Eric Clapton, Joe Bonamassa, Sam Fender, Tony Iommi, Nile Rodgers, Slash, Bruce Springsteen, and many more.

Steve Angello: New “Rejoice” Remix

Steve Angello’s 2018 hit single Rejoice has been given a fresh spin in a remix released under his label, SIZE Records. This new version is reimagined by Still Young.

Kenya Grace: Debut EP “The After Taste” and BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend Performance

Kenya Grace has unveiled her eagerly awaited EP, “The After Taste.” In addition to already well-loved singles Strangers,” “Only in My Mind,” and It’s Not Fair,” which have kicked off the freshly released EP, four new songs, intro and outro are waiting to be discovered. Kenya describes the release as “A whole EP full of songs for late-night driving,” and we can’t wait to experience it live at EXIT!

Before her EXIT appearance, Kenya is set to captivate audiences at the BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend festival in May, where she’ll shine on the New Music stage as a leading artist of the new generation.

Rudimental: Headlining This Year’s BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend

The dynamic UK band Rudimental is also poised to take the BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend by storm this coming May, headlining the main stage on the festival’s final day. Kicking off the year with a bang, Rudimental has garnered nominations at the Brit and Global Awards and has topped global charts with singles like Waterslides,” “Green & Gold,” and Alibi. 

Ian Asher Launches His Own Label and Radio Show, Teases New “Touch Me” Remix

The young and talented Californian producer and DJ Ian Asher has announced the launch of his own label, Just A Feeling Records. Coinciding with the label’s debut, Asher is set to release “Touch Me,” a remix of “In the Morning.” The new song will drop on March 29, but Asher has already shared a snippet on Instagram


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In the run-up to this, Asher has also launched a radio show by the same name – Just A Feeling Radio. The bi-weekly show will feature new sets, further showcasing his talents and musical tastes.

Barry Can’t Swim: Nominated for Producer of the Year at the Beatport Awards

Scottish producer and DJ Barry Can’t Swim, known for his unique fusion of electronic music, jazz, and afrobeat, has been nominated for Producer of the Year at the prestigious Beatport Awards. The biggest global digital electronic music platform has scheduled the winner announcement and award ceremony for April 24 at the International Music Summit (IMS) in Ibiza.