EDM sensation, Rainbow Trip dedicates their latest viral EDM song to all the Pokémon GO players & fans around the world!
Watch the video here – Pokémon GO meets EDM Music
“We are overwhelmed by all the amazing pictures of your Pokémon catches! It’s our attempt to compile some of the coolest catches that we’ve come across into a best catches compilation series with our EDM music. Gotta Catch ’em all, yeah?” – Amrita Sonowal, Lead vocalist of Rainbow Trip quoted in an interview with The Alternative Post.
The song titled “Goru Bihu Song” captures the essence of folk Bihu dance of Assam (remote Himalayan region of India) and celebration of the spirit of goru bihu (folk festival) with cow face paint.
Watch the video here – Rainbow Trip – Goru Bihu Song | EDM Folk Music
Pokémon Go (stylized as Pokémon GO) is a free-to-play location-based augmented reality mobile game developed by Niantic for iOS and Android devices. It was released in most regions of the world in July 2016. Making use of GPS and the camera of compatible devices, the game allows players to capture, battle, and train virtual creatures, called Pokémon, who appear on device screens as though in the real world. The game is free to play, although it supports in-app purchases of additional gameplay items. An optional companion Bluetooth wearable device, the Pokémon Go Plus, is planned for future release and will alert users when Pokémon are nearby.
Pokémon Go was released to mixed reviews. Reviewers praised the overall experience of the game and the incentive to adventure the real world, while noting technical issues that were apparent at launch. The game quickly became one of the most used smart device apps, surpassing the previous record held by Candy Crush Saga in the United States, and was a boon to the stock value of The Pokémon Company and Nintendo. The game was credited with popularizing augmented reality, and was praised by some medical professionals for potentially improving the mental and physical health of players, but also attracted some controversy due to reports of causing accidents and being a public nuisance at some locations.
Electronic dance music (also known as EDM, dance music, club music, or simply dance) is a broad range of percussive electronic music genres produced largely for nightclubs, raves, and festivals. Produced for playback by disc jockeys (DJs), EDM is generally used in the context of a live mix, where a DJ creates a seamless selection of tracks by segueing from one recording to the next.
By the early 2010s the term “electronic dance music” and the initialism “EDM” was being pushed by the U.S. music industry and music press in what was largely an effort to re-brand U.S. rave culture. In the UK, “dance music” or “dance” are more common terms for EDM. In this context, EDM does not refer to a specific genre, but serves as an umbrella term for several commercially popular genres, including techno, house, trance, drum and bass, dubstep, Jersey club, and their respective subgenres.