Marco Carola’s Ibiza residency, Music On, is moving to Pacha.
Since launching in 2012, the house and techno event has dominated the White Isle, occupying the Friday night slot at Amnesia, a club Carola has ties to stretching back more than ten years. Yesterday, a Facebook post confirmed that the party will switch to Thursdays at Pacha. Dates and lineups are still TBA.
Music On will join former Amnesia rival Cocoon at the iconic super club. Sven Väth’s party, which turns 20 this year, made the switch last summer.
Fabric is set to relaunch Room Three with a huge new soundsystem, it has been confirmed.
News that the dancefloor would be brought back into action first hit over summer, having been shut since the club re-opened following its temporary closure in 2016. The longstanding FABRICLIVE sessions— which lent their name to the mix series that’s just about to finish— will be the first to make use of the space, on Friday 14th September, meaning it will be available for the marathon 30-hour 19th Birthday in October.
Dancers are promised a relocated booth, adding greater intimacy, and new Pioneer rig, with the focus on showcasing rising UK talent. Tumble Audio will put the setup through its paces on the debut night, before 3000 Bass (featuring The Marcus Nasty Show), Addictive Behaviour, Then & Now and She Said So step up in the weeks that follow, making this another significant milestone to add to our list of 10 moments that defined Fabric.
Another two-dozen names have been joined the March festival’s bill.
Sónar has announced another two-dozen acts for its Hong Kong festival on March 17th.
Topping the list are Squarepusher, who plays his first show for 2018, and Floating Points giving a solo live performance. Recent Breaking Through subject Tzusing leads an extensive list of artists based in the region appearing at the one-day event, including Romi B, Kelvin T, Steve Yau and PUSH. Showcases also come from Seoul Community Radio and local label WM Records.
They join previously announced acts Laurent Garnier, The Black Madonna, Laurel Halo, Heidi and Mount Kimbie when the festival returns to the Hong Kong Science and Technology Park for its second edition.
The Dutch crew will return to Croatia for the event’s third edition next August.
Dekmantel has announced the lineup for next year’s Selectors festival, taking place at The Garden Tisno, Croatia, from August 23rd through 27th.
A number of DJs will make their Selectors festival debuts, including Donato Dozzy, DJ Harvey, Mr Scruff, Mafalda, Phillip Jondo, Elena Colombi, Zozo and Brilliant Corners’ Donna Leake. Return guests at the 2000-capacity event include Hunee, Lena Willikens, Antal, Sassy J, Gilb’R, I-F, Izabel, Orpheu The Wizard, Objekt and Marcel Dettmann.
Nothing says ‘big weekend’ like a party cruise. With that in mind we’re about to invite you to come on probably the biggest big weekend of 2017. We’re teaming up with the people at THE ARK to host a stage on their incredible party cruise. Taking off from Barcelona for four days of sun, sea and ship-based partying, the cruise will also stop over in Ibiza for a night.
We’re putting together an eye-watering lineup of the very best DJs for our stage. We have to keep it under wraps for the moment, but rest assured it’s going to be huge.
‘THE ARK’ is a 4-day party cruise on which 4,000 passengers can enjoy the hottest electronic music. The ship will be converted to a luxurious floating club with no fewer than seven different stages. Specially for the cruise, on-board facilities such as the current cinemas and theatres, as well as the ice skating rink and the upper deck, will all be converted into festive stages with just the right vibe.
As well as partying, guests will be pampered on the culinary front with a choice of many on-board restaurants, an impressive wellness centre and spa, plus the many sports facilities on board will also be available to all passengers.
Three cities, one island.
The ship sets sail from Barcelona on Thursday, August 31 and from there will travel to Ibiza, where it will dock for an entire day. Passengers will have the opportunity to disembark and explore the island before heading to the French city of Marseille, where guests will be able to spend an afternoon. During the final evening and overnight, the ship will set course for Barcelona again, where it will arrive the next day, bringing this unique mini-vacation to an end.
Raresh, Ricardo Villalobos and Ben UFO are among the names playing the Manchester party’s first events for the coming season.
The Warehouse Project has revealed the artists playing on its opening weekend this September.
The Manchester institution’s Welcome To The Warehouse events are taking place at Store Street on Friday, September 22nd and Saturday the 23rd. September 22nd is headlined by The Martinez Brothers and Eats Everything, who feature in addition to a back-to-back set from Patrick Topping and Richy Ahmed. The Saturday evening will run for 11 hours and includes sets from the likes of Ricardo Villalobos, Ben UFO, Raresh, Ben Klock, Peggy Gou, Midland, Saoirse and Bicep.
The dates come the weekend after LCD Soundsystem’s sold-out shows at Store Street.
SKYE ENERGY DRINK will never contact you & offer to you Car Wraps.
Car wraps and fake checks.
This year, one of the biggest scams around is the car wrap or car advertising scam.
And if you aren’t careful, it could cost you thousands of dollars…
Here’s how the scam operates:
In a nutshell, you were looking for a legitimate work from home job and you received an email asking you if you’d like to make some money by having your car wrapped in a well-known brand logo (e.g.,SKYE Energy Drink).
Once you respond, you are sent a check for several thousand dollars and asked to deposit it.
You are also asked to keep some money for yourself and wire the remaining cash to a graphic designer. This designer is then supposed to come and decorate your car.
The only problem with this plan is that the check is fake and bounces after a few days of sitting in your bank account.
However, the bank is legally required to make the funds available to you immediately. The scam artist will tell you to you then forward the cash via money order to a third party.
Now, you just sent away thousands of your own dollars to an overseas criminal. The check IS going to bounce and you will be held liable for the missing money.
Typically, you will lose between $3,000-$4,000 on average.
And that doesn’t even include any headaches from having to explain to the bank why your are depositing fake checks into your account.
The scammer walks away with a fat stack of your money and you are left footing the bill.