New Video: Zedd "Stache" + Debut Album "Clarity" Out Today

Is it just us or are the talented producers getting younger by the week? At age 23, Zedd has already carved out a space for himself in the EDM world with his killer track, "Spectrum" feat. Matthew Koma. You know you're doing something right when your track get the remix treatment from just about every major DJ out there. His highly-anticipated debut full-length album is out today on iTunes, one week before releasing worldwide on October 9th. Check out his latest slice of ear pleasing candy, "Clarity" as an iTunes' 'Free Single of the Week'.

In addition, Zedd just dropped his new video for "Stache," directed by the aptly named, Roboto. It's sci-fi freaky deakiness matches the futuristic beats that make a booty girate and percolate.

The rising star is currently on the road with OWSLA mate Porter Robinson for "Poseidon," a tour featuring back-to-back sets inspired by Doctor P and Flux Pavilion. See the full list of tour dates below.

Grab the album on iTunes here.

Upcoming tour dates:

10/3 Ann Arbor, MI Necto *
10/4 Miami, FL LIV *
10/5 New York, NY Pacha *
10/6 Baltimore, MD Virgin Mobile FreeFest *
10/7 Vancouver, BC Vancouver Convention Centre *
10/8 Santa Cruz, CA Motiv *
10/9 Hollywood, CA Greystone Manor *
10/10 Santa Ana, CA Yost Theater *
10/11 San Diego, CA Petco Park *
10/11 San Diego, CA Voyeur *
10/12 Los Angeles, CA Avalon *
10/13 Portland, OR Oregon Convention Center *
10/15 Las Vegas, NV Marquee
10/19 Detroit, MI Elektricity
10/20 Chicago, IL The Mid
10/22 London, ON London Music Hall
10/23 Ottawa, ON Mansion
10/24 Kingston, ON Stages
10/25 Dallas, TX Lizard Lounge
10/26 Austin, TX Emo's East
10/27 Houston, T Space City Music Festival
11/03 Minneapolis, MN Target Center **

* w/ Porter Robinson
** Bassnectar support date

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Vic Mensa and his group 93PUNX covered "Zombie" by Irish rock group The Cranberries, in honor of the one-year anniversary of the passing of the group’s lead singer, Dolores O’Riordan.

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“We connected to ‘Zombie’ because we were born from violence,” he said. Dolores O’Riordan died on Jan. 15, 2018. Toxicology reports state that the 46-year-old died from accidental drowning due to alcohol intoxication.

The artwork for the “Zombie” cover features a woman with dripping, bloody fangs, and was created by artist Lucas David. The cover version itself is slowed down, which provides a more mysterious take on the 1994 protest classic.

Mensa released his recent project HOOLIGANS in December 2018, which traverses various thematic landscapes, from mental health awareness to love lost. The EP features Ty Dolla $ign, G-Herbo, G-Eazy, Charlie Wilson and more.

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@93PUNX - ZOMBIES 🧟‍♀️ 🧟‍♀️ RIP DOLORES. art by @lucasbavid

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City Girls And Cardi B Bask In Their Bootyliciousness For 'Twerk' Video

As it is written, so it must be done, and there's a whole lot of shakin' going on in The City Girls' video, "Twerk."

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Check out the full video of Bad Bunny with the boy from The Tonight Show above.

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