Calvin Harris Announces ‘Motion’ Tracks & Collaborators

Calvin Harris Motion

Anticipation is building for Calvin Harris’ next album, Motion, which will be released November 4.

On Monday, the Scottish superstar tweeted out track names and the individuals who he’s collaborating with on the collection.

English duo Hurts is featured prominently on two songs. Appearances also come from The Voice coach Gwen Stefani and up-and-coming R&B singer Tinashe, along with Ellie Goulding, who provided vocals on Harris’ “I Need Your Love” from 18 Months.

But not to be left out are fellow DJs Alesso, Firebeatz, Ummet Ozcan and R3HAB, as well as English trio All About She, singer John Newman, rapper Big Sean and rock band Haim.

See the full tracklist below and let us know which song you’re most excited for.

1. ‘Faith’
2. ‘Under Control’ with Alesso feat. Hurts
3. ‘Blame’ feat. John Newman
4. ‘Love Now’ feat. All About She
5. ‘Slow Acid’
6. ‘Outside’ feat. Ellie Goulding
7. ‘It Was You’ feat. Firebeatz
8. ‘Summer’
9. ‘Overdrive’ with Ummet Ozcan
10. ‘Ecstasy’ feat. Hurts
11. ‘Pray to God’ feat. Haim
12. ‘Open Wide’ feat. Big Sean
13. ‘Together’ feat. Gwen Stefani
14. ‘Burnin’’ with R3HAB
15. ‘Dollar Signs’ feat. Tinashe

Alesso Rages in ‘Tear the Roof Up’ Video

Alesso‘s music video for “Tear the Roof Up” premiered — and boy is he angry!

Well, not him, per se, but just about everyone who appears in the frenetic four-minute clip. Shot in black-and-white, “Tear” features a number of characters who are mad for various reasons. But just possessing the emotion isn’t the end of things, as most of these folks are acting on their aggression.

Hammers are thrown, bats are swung, swords are unsheathed — it’s all quite chaotic amid a background of fiery explosions and in-folding disappearance of some of the video’s cast. And who doesn’t love a good epileptic seizure-inducing cut between two separate scenes of the Swedish DJ walking toward the viewer? Maybe Alesso himself, who’s seen throughout multiple frames running as fast as his legs will carry him to stay in step with the beat’s explosive bass.

‘Extreme Weather’ Shuts Down Electric Zoo’s Final Day

Electric Zoo

Made Event, the organizers of New York City’s Electric Zoo, shut down the music festival’s third day on Sunday, August 31, because of “extreme weather conditions.”

The announcement came after severe thunderstorms hit the New York area, leaving flash flooding throughout the city.

The Randall’s Island festival was to feature Kaskade and Alesso, among others, on its main stage, with Kaskade taking to Twitter to scout out a possible backup venue after the cancellation.

Not surprisingly, many would-be attendees have lobbied for a refund. Made Event said on its Facebook that it appreciated the patience of its followers, but that more info on that subject would soon be posted to the event’s website.