Sony and Warner sell over $1billion in Spotify shares

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Sony and Warner have sold off more than $1billion of shares in Spotify following the music streaming platform’s stock market floatation in April, respectively shedding half ($750million) and 75% ($400million) of their individual investments.

Spotify claims over 70million paid account holders globally, and recently unveiled new functions such as an AI auto-mixing DJ feature and In-Line, which will help collect more insightful metadata on artists to improve user experience.

Both labels were longstanding investors in the subscription service, raising some questions as to the reasoning behind the sales, but concerns regarding Spotify’s future have been dismissed.

“We’re hugely optimistic about the growth of subscription streaming. We know it has only just begun to fulfill its potential for global scale,” Steve Cooper, Warner CEO, told recode. “We fully expect Spotify to continue to play a major role in that growth.”

Some of the revenue generated from the sales will be distributed amongst artists, although percentages and recipients have not been confirmed at the time of writing.


Arca reveals $6,450 BDSM-inspired leather headphones

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Arca has revealed a new line of BDSM-inspired leather headphones, which cost $6,450 ($US) a pair.

The experimental electronic music producer has unveiled the Tormenta Cage Headphone Head Piece, which looks like a cage-styled headpiece and comes in structured buffed leather in black. The design features “studded detailing throughout,” integrated over-the-ear headphones with suede-covered cushioned ear pads, “D-ring hardware at face” and “twin adjustable post-stud fastenings at collar.”

Created in collaboration with London-based leather company Fleet Ilya and available exclusively at Canadian luxury fashion retailer SSENSE, the headphone line is being sold “exclusively as an art object” and without any guarantees or warranty, according to the SSENSE website.

Arca announced the headphone line via Instagram with a cheeky caption that read, “hey i designed some headphones it’s casual they’re really cheap pick up a pair or don’t or whatever either way i’m locking you into the sound.” 

In addition to the headphones, Arca has also collaborated with SSENSE on a “capsule collection” of Prada clothing, which includes a $770 ($US) fanny pack.

Last year, Arca released his self-titled album and co-produced Björk’s ninth studio album, ‘Utopia’.

Check out photos of Arca’s Tormenta Cage Headphone Head Piece line below.


Skye News

Skye Energy Drink Safe Coaster Coming Soon…..

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When it comes to date rape drugs, which can be odorless and colorless, it makes perfect sense to have Drink Safe Technologies date rape detection product. Victims who become helpless once they consume the drugged drink.  The amnesic effect allows the perpetrators to rob, rape, or otherwise harm the victim without the victim being able to remember exactly what happened, but the reminders can last for years.

The standard Skye Energy Drink Safe Coaster is a two test device. Measuring 4” x 4” with five-color graphics. The coasters are designed with the drink safe message prominently displayed in the center with two test areas located at each bottom corner. The back of the coaster has complete instructions for use.

Skye News

Peter Grandich Company Enters Strategic Partnership with Skye Energy Drink USA

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Spring Lake, N.J. (April 23, 2018) – Peter Grandich and Company announced today that it will be entering a strategic partnership with Skye Energy Drinks USA, working together in an effort to align community and philanthropic initiatives.

“We are pleased to enter this working relationship with Skye Energy Drinks USA and add them to our team of strategic partners that already includes Sky Blue FC, The JED Group and Sportika Sports,” said Peter Grandich, Managing Member of Peter Grandich and Company. “Ed Luiso and his team at Skye a similar vision as ours regarding philanthropy and contributing to the betterment of those in need. Along with the esteemed group of professional athletes who compose our Advisory Board, we look forward to making a difference in the community together.”

Skye Energy Drinks began in the United Kingdom in 2012. The company then expanded to Greece in 2015 and is now being distributed across the United States and Canada by Purest Productz International. With a focus on Better Taste, Better Quality, Better Value and Better Innovation, Skye Energy Drinks USA uses a formula that gives it a distinctive taste that is unlike what you find in other energy drinks.

“Skye Energy Drinks USA is proud to announce that we are forming a strategic partnership with Peter Grandich and Company to enhance our company image and product recognition,” said Ed Luiso, President & CEO of Skye Energy Drinks USA. “Peter is an industry leader with impeccable credentials and possesses extensive marketing and financial experience. This collaboration will allow Skye to expand its networking opportunities. The ability to work with extremely personable and engaging sports professionals who share Peter’s values puts an exclamation point on the image and reputation we at Skye strive to maintain.”

To learn more about Skye Energy Drinks USA, make sure to visit them online. Also, follow @USASkyeEDrinks on Twitter and like them on Facebook.

Peter Grandich and Company provides business, retirement and estate planning services to individuals, business owners and professional athletes. Through a strategic alliance with York-Jersey Underwriters, the company offers professional advice and risk management services to business and personal insurance clients. Additionally, the company boasts an impressive Advisory Board that includes the likes of New York Jets great Joe Klecko, former world title contender Gerry Cooney, former New York Ranger Nick Fotiu, three-time Stanley Cup winner Ken Daneyko, Super Bowl champion David Tyree and former NFL quarterback Ray Lucas.


Producer And DJ Known as Avicii Has Been Found Dead

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The Swedish-born producer and DJ known as Avicii has been found dead in Oman. Publicist Diana Baron said in a statement that the 28-year-old DJ, born Tim Bergling, was in Muscat, Oman. “The family is devastated and we ask everyone to please respect their need for privacy in this difficult time,” the statement said.  Avicii was a pioneer of the contemporary Electronic Dance Movement and a rare DJ capable of worldwide arena tours. He won two MTV Music Awards, one Billboard Music Award and earned two Grammy nominations. His biggest hit was “Le7els.” His death comes just days after he was nominated for a Billboard Music Award for top dance/electronic album for his EP “Avicii (01).” He was nominated alongside his peers, who have taken EDM mainstream of late — The Chainsmokers, Calvin Harris and Kygo.

Avicii’s hits include “Wake Me Up!” ”The Days” and “You Make Me.” He is the subject of the 2017 Levan Tsikurishvil documentary “Avicii: True Stories.” Avicii had in the past suffered acute pancreatitis, in part due to excessive drinking. After having his gallbladder and appendix removed in 2014, he canceled a series of shows in attempt to recover. He quit touring in 2016 but continued making music in the studio.

“It’s been a very crazy journey. I started producing when I was 16. I started touring when I was 18. From that point on, I just jumped into 100 percent,” Avicii told Billboard magazine in 2016. “When I look back on my life, I think: whoa, did I do that? It was the best time of my life in a sense. It came with a price – a lot of stress a lot of anxiety for me – but it was the best journey of my life.”

Last year, he posted this message on his website, promising to keep creating: “The next stage will be all about my love of making music to you guys. It is the beginning of something new.”


Skye News

Skye Energy Drinks is proud to announce that we have been selected by Sky Blue FC as its official Energy Drink Sponsor

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“Skye Energy Drinks USA is proud to announce that we have been selected by Sky Blue FC as its official Energy Drink Sponsor,” said Ed Luiso, President & CEO of Skye Energy Drinks USA. “We look forward to a very long-term relationship, and we foresee great success for the team. Skye Energy Drinks – Taste the Skye, Feel the Victory.”

Sky Blue FC of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) announced today a corporate partnership that designates Skye Energy Drinks as the Official Energy Drink of the team. Additionally, Skye Energy Drinks will serve as the official sponsor of the Sky Blue FC post-game player meet-and-greets that are conducted after each home match at Yurcak Field.

“We are excited to welcome Skye Energy Drinks to the Sky Blue FC family,” said Tony Novo, Sky Blue FC President & General Manager. “As soon as we began our early conversations with Ed Luiso and his team at Skye Energy Drinks, we knew this relationship would be a good fit for both sides. We look forward to expanding and developing this partnership over the course of the season and beyond.”

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Can we please stop calling all dance music genres ‘EDM’?

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It first happened at a media dinner about five years ago. I was sandwiched rather uncomfortably between two older international journalists — one from Amsterdam and one from New York. As we sat watching a slideshow about a dance-music-meets-yoga festival heading to Thailand that following summer, Mr NYC commented that he hoped Carl Cox was playing because he was his “favourite EDM DJ right now”. Heads swivelled and hands were raised to mouths as Mr Amsterdam and I let out a gasp of unadulterated horror. “Carl Cox and EDM? You must be confused,” Mr Amsterdam managed to stammer as a slideshow of smiling festival-goers blitzing smoothies flashed up on a giant LED screen. A heated argument was had across my lap for much of the remaining presentation, giving me time to ponder how on earth Coxy and EDM had ever ended up in the same sentence — let alone one being uttered by a music journalist.

Seven elderflower cocktails later and Mr NYC was still insisting that EDM stands for Electronic Dance Music, and therefore includes all genres of music made with machines, from techno to breakbeat, Chicago house to jungle. Mr Amsterdam, on the other hand, was insisting that the term EDM was a product of American ignorance. “DJ Mag is British,” he said, gesturing towards me as I pretended to be fascinated by a plate of mini quiches. “In Europe, we class EDM as a sub-genre of dance music. EDM is that big room Martin Garrix crap that’s suitable only for the Disney Channel!”

The next thing I knew, someone had received a fast-flying mini quiche to the face.

It wasn’t the first time I’d seen tempers flare over this issue, and it certainly wouldn’t be the last. Over the last few years I’ve moderated countless comments about the meaning of EDM on DJ Mag’s social channels — very few topics spew up as much toxic bile from trolls as the great EDM debate. So perhaps it’s time to finally unpack what the term EDM really means and settle the score once and for all. Is it a genre-spanning term or a label for a specific sound — for “Disney Channel” dance music.

Dj Mag Article / Full Article


Listen to Sade’s new song, ‘Flower Of The Universe’

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Sade’s first new track in seven years was produced by No I.D.

Sade’s new single, “Flower Of The Universe,” is now streaming.

The song was uploaded today by producer No I.D. It’s Sade and her band’s first new music in seven years, following bonus tracks released on a 2011 compilation.

“Flower Of The Universe” was first announced two weeks ago as one of the original songs made for Ava DuVernay’s new film, A Wrinkle In Time, which comes out in theatres later this week

Events Music

Cream Ibiza to leave Amnesia after 23 years

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The iconic trance and EDM party launched at the San Rafael super club in 1995.

Legendary trance and EDM night Cream Ibiza is leaving Amnesia after 23 years.

Reasons for the move are currently unknown, though several sources, including a Cream resident, have confirmed the news. It’s also unclear whether Cream will leave the island for good or switch to another venue. Launched at Amnesia in 1995, the party soon became one of the island’s biggest draws, with Fatboy Slim, Calvin Harris and Paul Van Dyk among the regular guests.

Cream follows another long-running Amnesia staple, Cocoon, out the door. After 18 years, Sven Väth and friends are taking over Wednesdays at Pacha instead.


These are the Top 30 UK club events in March 2018

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The year is gathering momentum like a runaway techno cut, so it’s already time for the top 30 UK club events in March 2018.

Amazingly festival season is now upon us— or at least it is in the North of England. Our top pick for the region is the irrepressible BangFace Weekender at Pontins in Southport, where silly mess marries serious noise in a colourful rave ritual.

Merseyside hosts the fourth instalment of Liverpool Disco Festival, edit-king Jamie 3:26, Windy City hero Rahaan, new schooler Red Greg and ultimate diva Jocelyn Brown are amongst those locked-in. Sheffield way, Hope Works welcomes two of Bristol’s most sonically-forward crews, Livity Sound and Timedance. And Manchester completes the top five via powerful techno at Meat Free’s 5th Birthday, and Cult marking three years with pure contemporary quality.

On to London, and aside from the massive Printworks re-opening (don’t miss Red Axes), Matthew Herbert, FunkinEven, Chris Farrell, Parris and Kowton at Bussey is what fans of intelligently formed alt-dance need. Meanwhile, dnb heads should hit Exit Records at Electric Brixton— the label’s finest lining up for a large one.

Also in the capital, E1 continues on great form with abundant proper house; Byron The Aquarius meets big-haired big gun Moodymann and timeless master Joey Negro. And Needs x UN Women has a top list of esteemed names from across the musical spectrum, promoting greater equality in creative industries with an all-day not-for-profit comprising tunes and panels.

Top picks for the South include Ge-ology, whose previous includes years spent dropping hip hop and working with early-90s Baltimore house crew, Basement Boys. Undisputed rarity hunter Nick The Record joins him at Komedia in Brighton. Simple returns to Oxford, too, luring the ferociously danceable Objekt. And Manchester’s king of six hours, Mr. Scruff, brings funk, rare grooves, loose house, afrobeat and whatever else he’s got to Orange Rooms in Southampton.

Team Timedance are doing it on home turf this month, too, as Laurel Halo headlines their latest throwdown at The Island in Bristol. Sticking in the same city, Present Tense hosts its second shindig, with immersive-yet-commanding techno from Freerotation face Miles Atmospheric. On a different tone, hotly tipped low-slung dubstep imprint, Crucial Recordings, is also in town, showcasing its wares at Blue Mountain.

Hold tight Midlands, Young Echo Collective have new material inbound, making The I Club in Nottingham a strong shout— Kahn and Commodo‘s grime, odds and impossible to describe bass-heavy rhythms should be special. Elements is back in Birmingham proving the city remains at the fore of heavyweight techno—Ansome meets parishioners Rebekah, Dark ChambersMatt Tilley and theyarenotlocal. And Leftfoot and Shadow City pit Joy Orbison and Jon K b2b, which will be a proper aural education.

This brings us to the not-so-small matter of Scotland, where we have high hopes for Lionoil in Edinburgh; Lena Willikens— who will play at Ben UFO’s new XOYO residency soon— has been in our favourites for a while, combined with Naive Trax’s emergent Violet— another techno-electro type— the party should be a winner. DJ Python, or DJ Wey to some, is finally getting the level of attention his warm electronics deserve, hence his date with Shanti Celeste at La Cheetah Club making our list. And those up for classic sweaty Chicago will be in for the mighty Paul Johnson at FLY.

Like we say each month, complete listings for the country are in the latest print edition of DJ Mag, Issue 579 (March), just in case you think something is missing below, and we’ll be back with more in four weeks. Between then and now see you somewhere soon to savour some special tunes.


London’s goliath of exceptional sound and light is back in business, and tickets get you a full day of solid goodness from Kerri Chandler, John Talabot, Job Jobse, Lindstrøm live, Prins Thomas and Tiger & Woods live, although we’re really weak at the knees at the prospect of a DJ set from Israel’s must-sees, Red Axes. Stomping shoes only.
12PM – 11PM / £32.50

Matthew Herbert, FunkinEven, Kate Miller, Idle Hands (Chris Farrell, Parris, Kowton), Cedric Maison, more.
10PM – 5AM / £6 – £16

Calibre, dBridge, Dub Phizix & Strategy, Skeptical, Fixate, SP:MC, DRS.
10.30PM – 6AM / £17.50 – £22.50

4. E1
Moodymann, Joey Negro, Byron The Aquarius, Jacques Renault, Felix Dickinson, Donna Leake.
10.30PM – 7.30AM / £25

B.Traits, Lily Mercer, Roxanne de Bastion, Peggy Gou, Bobby Pleasure, more.
12PM – 12AM / £7 (day or night), £12 (day and night)

Northern hard crew doing full throttle weirds, toughs, and bangs. Modeselektor, Speedy J, A Guy Called Gerald, Luke Vibert, Helena Hauff, Jerome Hill, Ben Sims, Dillinja, 2 Bad Mice, Paula Temple, Ansome, Mark Archer, Benton and shit loads more are lined up. Basically acid, techno, jungle, hardcore and electro, and your own chalet to continue the party.
3PM – 3AM / £179 inc. accommodation

Kerri Chandler, Jocelyn Brown live, Derrick Carter, Rahaan, Jamie 3:26, Paul Trouble Anderson, Red Greg, more.
12PM – 12AM / £37.50

Peverelist b2b Kowton, Batu b2b Minor Science.
12PM – 7AM / £12 – £15

Ben Sims, Billy Nasty, Alienata, Alex Downey, Tasha, aalice, Blasha & Allatt, Lucy Ironmonger.
10PM – 8AM / £18 – £20

Bradley Zero, Eclair Fifi, Pearson Sound b2b Shanti Celeste.
11PM – 4AM / £16 – £18

Whether it’s for techno, trippy disco, house, or mind-melting broken acid, Jane Fitz needs no intro after 20 years on the circuit. But just in case, check our review of her in action in March’s magazine. Tonight, she brings her enviably good tunes south, where similarly adept gem hunter Carl H joins for what should be the region’s best night of music this month.
11PM – 4AM / £5-£8

Ge-ology, Nick The Record.
11PM – 3AM / £6

Palms Trax, Mr. Bongo.
11PM – 4AM / £8 – £10

11PM – 4AM / £13

Mr Scruff.
10PM – 3AM / £14.50

Dixon is always going to bring in the big crowds. Put him on for more than a couple of hours and the lure is even greater, and far more understandable; the sort of player who thrives in extended form. Then you’ve got DJ Tennis, whose emergence as a truly in-demand name after time in the shadows is truly just, and rising Portuguese face, Trikk.
10PM – 6AM / £16.50

Laurel Halo, Parris.
10PM – 3AM / £13

Miles Atmospheric, Etym, Amy Amor.
11PM – 4AM / £5

Sleeper, Causa, D£DW8, more.
10PM – 5AM / £5 – £10

Fabio & Grooverider, Tuskan, Messenga, Stan Green, Blank, Simon Scullion, more.
10PM – 5AM / £10 – £12

HoG basically means no standing about and no leaving before they chuck you out. Rightly seen as one of the planet’s most unforgettable dens of pure techno iniquity, James Ruskin, Surgeon, Sir Real, Paul Damage, Nicky B, Terry Donovan and more will be serving up the sweatiest UK rave imaginable.
10PM – 6AM / £14

2. THE DOJO 007 
Kahn, Commodo, more.
10PM – 4AM / £10 – £12

Ansome, Rebekah, Dark Chambers, Matt Tilley, theyarenotlocal.
10PM – 5AM / £10

Joy Orbison, Jon K.
9PM – 3AM / £15

Shadow Child, DJ Haus, more.
10PM – 6AM / £8

The supercharged version of Slam’s era-spanning techno party, on Bank Holiday no less. Nina Kraviz still turns heads, refusing to just sit comfortably in the A-list, Eats Everything, Optimo, DJ Stingray and Jay Clarke are here too, but the evening is really about the storms British Murder Boys (Surgeon and Regis), and I Hate Models will whip up.
5PM – 3AM / £35

Lena Willikens, Violet, more.
11PM – 3AM / £8 – £10

Paul Johnson, more.
11PM – 3AM / £10 – £12

DJ Python (AKA DJ Wey), Shanti Celeste, more.
11PM – 4AM / £10 – £12

Hunee, more.
10PM – 3AM / £12 – £14


Music Music Festivals

Ultra Worldwide announces Resistance Mexico City 2018

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Ultra Worldwide has announced the return of its Resistance concept to Mexico City in 2018. The underground techno, tech-house and house focused event returns as a standalone festival from the 25th – 27th May at Club De Golf in Teotihuacán.

Resistance made its Mexico City debut in 2017 as part of the larger Ultra Mexico City festival. Resistance Mexico City 2018 is the concept’s first foray into a standalone three-day festival and arrives as Ultra celebrates its 20th anniversary.

Since its debut, various Resistance events have been curated in Shanghai, Tokyo, the UK, Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Chile, Ibiza, Lima along with the seminal Miami festival.

Ultra Music Festival continues to hold the title of ‘The World’s No. 1 Festival’ according to DJ Mag readers. As previously announced, Carl Cox, Resistance’s global ambassador, will host a Dubfire, Nicole Moudaber and Paco Osuna b2b2b at Ultra Miami’s Megastructure on Saturday 24th March. At Ultra Miami’s ‘Spider’, J.E.S.u.S (Jackmaster, Eats Everything, Skream and Seth Troxler), Better Lost Than Stupid (Davide Squillace, Mattias Tanzmann & Martin Buttrich), Sasha & John Digweed, Christian Smith b2b B.Traits, Carlo Lio b2b Marco Bailey, Technasia b2b Hector and Guti b2b wAFF have all been locked to play.

Line-ups for the standalone Resistance festival anticipated shortly.

The promo tweet can be found below:

Skye News

Skye Energy Drink USA Launches New and Unique Fund Raising Program

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On February 15th, 2018 Skye Energy Drinks USA will launch our SkyeFund program. This program is designed to provide organizations and non-profits opportunities to generate income with our unique product sales. A portion of these sales will be donated to various charities and foundations around the globe.

Our newly appointed Director of Fund Raising Projects, Mr. Dan Alch can be reached at or on mobile at 907-317-4208 will be available from 8 AM to 5PM PST to customize a program for interested organizations


Spring Awakening locks deadmau5, Alison Wonderland, Tiësto, Sasha & John Digweed, more

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Spring Awakening Music Festival has lined up Alison Wonderland, deadmau5, Oliver Heldens, Tiësto, Sasha & John Digweed and more for its three-day 2018 event, which is set to run 8th through 10th June at at Addams/Medill Park in Chicago.

Other acts billed for the June fiesta include techno dons Dubfire, Josh Wink and Lee Burridge, alongside EDM stars Steve Aoki, Hardwell and Slushii, plus a performance from Porter Robinson’s new alias Virtual Self.

DJ Mag is also set to host a stage at this year’s party with EDM hero Nicky Romero set to headline and acts like Cash Cash, Deorro, Destructo and Grandtheft on support.

Spring Awakening’s much-loved trance stage, aptly titled the Trance Arena, is also set to return in 2018 with Markus Schulz, Cosmic Gate, Aly & Fila and more all on the bill.

Other stages of note include the Bass Kitchen, which will explore gritty, bass-driven sounds, Sunday School, which will champion the coolest house and techno cuts, and Requiem, which will play host to more minimal, stripped down sonics.

You can listen to a Spotify playlist in honour of the DJ Mag stage at Spring Awakening Music Festival 2018 here. Tickets and more information can be found via the Spring Awakening Music Festival website.


The Prodigy announce their only UK festival gig of 2018

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The Prodigy have been announced to play Victorious Festival in Portsmouth this August, their only UK festival appearance of 2018.

The legendary rave trio will headline the Sunday night of the south coast festival, which runs from 24th to 26th of August. Other acts confrimed to play that day include Example & DJ Wire and Friendly Fires and more. Happy Mondays and Paul Weller are both locked to play on the Saturday along with the likes of Paloma Faith, Everything Everything and Billy Bragg.

Taking place at Southsea Seafront over the bank holiday weekend, Victorious promises to be a great weekend with a wide array of acts and a decent spread of genres.

The Prodigy bringing their infamous and inimitable live show to the Portsmouth festival comes after the group revealed they would be releasing a new album at some point this year.

Tickets for Victorious are on sale now, with Friday early bird tickets available for just £30.  Saturday and Sunday tickets cost £35 per day and can be purchased from the festival’s website.



David Guetta’s BIG residency will return to Ushuaïa Ibiza in 2018

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David Guetta is set to return to the While Isle this summer with the EDM star locked for another season of his BIG residency at luxe nightclub Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel.

Manning the club’s decks for six years and counting, Guetta will play an extended run of dates in 2018 kicking off on 4th June through to 24th September.

Speaking about his residency, David said: ”I’m so excited to be back at Ushuaïa with BIG for another summer season on my favorite island. I love to spend my summers in Ibiza and to play that amazing venue. It will be my seventh year working together with the Ushuaïa team and I can’t wait to return! Expect amazing lineups and a BIG production!”

With global sales in excess of 50 million albums and singles, as well as over 10 billion plays on YouTube and Spotify, David Guetta released his first songbook at the close of last year with music and lyrics to 42 of his biggest hits.


Kappa FuturFestival locks Joseph Capriati, Derrick May, Adam Beyer, Marco Carola, Luciano, more

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Kappa FuturFestival has dropped its phase one line-up for 2018. Joseph Capriati, Derrick May and Adam Beyer are among those locked to perform the Italian festival’s seventh edition.

Marco Carola, Solomun, Ilario Alicante and Luciano were also included in the initial 2018 artist announcement. According to a press release, 30 more artists are yet to be announced.

The premiere electronic music festival is expected to draw 50,000 techno lovers. In 2018, the organisers are adding an extra stage alongside the iconic hangers, thus expanding the whole festival area from 45k sqm to 65k sqm.

The festival has also partnered with 28 European organizations for a research project into the Internet of Things technologies. This project spans ticketing and on-site cashless system.

Kappa Futur runs 7th through 8th July in Torino, Italy. A weekend pass is only €60. €40 for single day passes.

The official 2017 Kappa Futur aftermovie can be viewed below:


Tiësto extends Las Vegas residency until 2020

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Tiësto is set to remain a Las Vegas fixture into the new decade. Hakkasan Group, the operator of the Hakkasan Nightclub and Wet Republic, has extended the DJ’s residency through to 2020.

“It is an honor to return to Hakkasan Group and to continue my residencies at Hakkasan Nightclub and Wet Republic,” provides Tiësto. “Vegas has come to feel like home, and through my residency with Hakkasan Group, I feel proud of the space we’ve created here for dance music. I look forward to many more opportunities to be inspired by this incredible city in venues that are consistently full of energy.”

Nick McCabe, CEO of Hakkasan Group, adds:”Since our Hakkasan partnership began in 2013, Tiësto has been an artist who delivers an amazing experience for our guests time and time again. We are thrilled to continue this relationship and are excited to kick-off his return with a weekend-long birthday celebration, and have several surprises in store for him to enjoy alongside his fans.”

The 2018 Hakkasan season for Tiësto starts on 11th January.


Events Music

Top 100 Clubs 2018 – Final Chance To Vote!

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Voting in our annual Top 100 Clubs poll, powered by Miller Genuine Draft, closes in just one week’s time.

The poll, which is now in its 9th year, closes at 11:59pm BST on 14th February. This is the final week to have your say!

Since we opened the polls in December, almost half a million votes have been received from all corners of the globe.

Which dance floors have been home to your best memories? Which clubs have been central to your weekends? You can vote for any club, anywhere in the world. So whether you prefer your discos epic or intimate, underground or commercial, make yourself known by voting now!

The results will be announced in a dedicated print edition and on on 29th March 2018.

Vote now at



Drumcode Festival locks Nicole Moudaber, Amelie Lens, Pan-Pot, more

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Drumcode Festival has announced the first wave of names for its inaugural event, which include December’s DJ Mag cover star, Nicole Moudaber, Adam Port b2b &Me, Amelie Lens, Pan-Pot, Nick Curly, La Fleur, Reset Robot, and Tiger Stripes.

As you’d expect, the label bossman, Adam Beyer, will be in full effect, along with a host of familiar faces from the stable. So far that means Bart Skils, Boxia, Dense & Pika, Enrico Sangiuliano, Harvey McKay, Ida Engberg, Ilario Alicante, Joel Mull, Joseph Capriati, Layton Giordani, Luigi Madonna and Roberto Capuano, Marco Faraone, and Pig & Dan.

Set for Saturday 18th August in the industrial haven of Amsterdam’s NDSM Docklands, already home to the likes of DGTL Festival, we can confirm the Drumcode extravaganza will involve production from Dutch legends Awakenings, four stages, and a lot of techno. Further details should be coming soon, but in the meantime take a look at these 10 moments that defined Adam Beyer.


Rampage announces full lineup for 2018

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The 16th edition of the explosive Rampage once again takes place at Antwerp’s giant Sportpaleis dome, and for the first time ever is an action-packed two-day affair running on March 2nd and 3rd 2018. That means you have even longer to get lost in the music and discover exciting new acts as well as enjoying sets from some real scene superstars.

Rampage 2018 headliners read like a who’s who of the d&b and dubstep scenes with huge international names like Pendulum, Andy C, Flux Pavilion, Snails, Camo & Krooked, Youngsta, Hatcha and Dirtyphonics joined by many more, not to mention Chase & Status, who in 2018 will be celebrating the 10 year anniversary of their debut LP More than Alot.

15,000 people pack out this world-famous venue and every year Rampage sells out because of its reputation for putting on the most thrilling and immersive events of this kind. Boasting the largest LED, light and laser show anywhere in the scene, Rampage is a multi-sensory experience that transports you into another dimension. Always priding itself on high-end production that’s on another level and is a feast for the eyes, no expense spared designs are made to create a feeling of unity and escapism between people from more than 45 countries around the world.

Full Lineup for 2018

Andy C, Chase & Status, Pendulum, Dirtyphonics, Camo & Krooked live, Brookes Brothers, SASASAS, Matrix & Futurebound, Flux Pavilion, Barely Alive, Hedex, Hatcha, Maduk, Funtcase, Current Value, Lifecycle, Cyantific, Upgrade, Youngsta, Voltage, Murdock, Cookie Monsta, Serum, Franky Nuts, Kings of the Rollers, PhaseOne, Audio, Doctor P, Logan D, Billain, Virtual Riot



Laroc Club in Brazil receives big names for Carnival 2018

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About Laroc Club

The Laroc Club occupies an area of approximately 50 thousand square meters, being six thousand square meters of built area, amidst a lush landscape and a first world infrastructure. It is the first sunset club in Brazil, a house dedicated to electronic music, built on the banks of the D. Pedro I Highway, in the city of Valinhos, just ten minutes from Campinas and just under an hour from São Paulo.

Its sensorial and emotional appeal generated by the Laroc environment provides a greater appreciation for all elements present in the events that are huge LED panels, first world sound system, pyrotechnics, performances, paper rain and other devices make the shows true spectacles, which refer to great festivals of electronic music.

Laroc before completing one year of inauguration already participated in the voting of the 100 best clubs in the world, by the renowned magazine DJ MAG.

carnival schedule

The line-up begins with the Swedish Alesso, kicking off at carnival celebrations on February 10. DJ and Swedish music dance music producer Alesso ranked 15th in DJ Magazine’s Top 100 DJs list in 2014. His songs became known for having original productions and remixes with big names in electronic music, such as Avicii, Swedish House Mafia, Tiësto and Sander van Doorn. The last great success of the Swedish in Brazil is the partnership in “Is That For Me” with Anitta, in less than 24 hours, the song entered the first place of Spotify Brazil and is listed among the most touched in the rankings of countries like Portugal , Hungary, Taiwan, Sweden, Indonesia, the United States and Italy.

On Carnival Saturday, February 11, Laroc Club hosts the Frenchman Valentim Brunel, better known as Kungs. DJ and producer released their first album ‘Layers’ in 2016 following the hit “This Girl,” a partnership with Cookin’ on 3 Burners that became an international hit with over 162 million hits on youtube. The single “I Feel So Bad” earned him the gold record in France, his home country, where he also won the “Electronic Album of the Year” award at the French Grammy Awards.

To end the intense carnival weekend, on February 12, Laroc is pleased to present Armin Van Buuren. He has been voted # 1 DJ in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2012 by DJ Magazine’s TOP 100 DJs, and currently has him third in the ranking. Van Buuren is leading the A State of Trance, a weekly radio show with about 25 million listeners a week in 26 countries, being one of the most heard programs in the world. The DJ performs more than 150 shows a year at festivals and renowned venues around the world. Armin is back in Brazil for the 11th consecutive year to bring his unmistakable trance with energizing sets.

Local artist will complete the lineup. On February 10 DJs Viktor Mora, The Juns, Dj Samhara, Pic Schmitz and Adam Saville. On February 11 DJs Gabriel Boni, KVSH, VINNE, Dre Guazzelli, Luí Torcatto and Renato Naya. And finally, on February 12, DJs Bruno Martini, Wrechiski, Rodrigo Vieira, Marcelo CIC and Renato Naya.

More info can be found on the official website:


Lollapalooza 2018 Argentina bigger than ever

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Lollapalooza 2018 will count with more than 100 bands and will last three days for the first time in Buenos Aires in its 5th edition. Lollapalooza offers 12 hours of music per day, it starts at 12:30 hs and finishes at 1:00 am. Lollapalooza had sold out the tickets of day 1 and the general pass, entrances for day 2 and 3 are available tough.


This year Lollapalooza will count with 5 stages Two Main stages, Perry’s stage, the Alternative Stage and the Kidzpalooza for the youngest ones. Perry’s stage host electronic artists all day.

Lollapalooza’s stage size exceeds any other stage of Argentina´s events. They are colossal and the quality of the music is unique too, the sounds pounds on your chest, it´s incredible.


The gastronomy of this festival distinguishes for its quality and variety. Last year they offered “The Food Trucks Camp” where the most renowned chef´s and restaurants offer their most relevant gastronomic proposals. The gastronomy central sector was called “Lollapalooza Food Town” and included “Street food Argentina” that had regional gastronomy, on the other hand, other food trucks provided food from cities like Paris Berlin, Tokyo, San Francisco and London. Naturally the “Green Spirit” was also present and it extended proposals for coeliacs, vegetarians, vegans and naturists.


Lollapalooza is held at the “Hipódromo de San Isidro”, a lovely fresh and green racecourse. It extensive field is full of relaxing spots, entertainments and different gastronomic sites.

Electronic Artists Resume

Lollapalooza offers diverse electronic music types and artists. We will hear the best EDM from Hardwell, DVBBS, DJ Snake. For the trap, trip hop and dubstep lovers Dillon Francis, Alison Wonderland, Yellow Claw and What So Not would appear at Perry’s stage. The remarkable tropical and deep house of Kygo is another quality leap of the lineup. Then Deorro, Galantis and Cheat Codes are in charge of the progressive house mixed with captivating pop voices.


The electronic line up of the first day will be led by the hardstyle EDM of Hardwell, one of the most successful DJ’s of the moment. DVBBS is another highlight of Friday, this two DJ’s make an explosive progressive house and they also include some techno and dubstep in their shows. Alison Wonderland will stand out with her trap and trip-hop. Her music is also influenced by elements of the acid house and she also plays with mysterious atmospheres. The bass and post-dubstep will be represented by What So Not. Unstable beats and experimental sounds are protagonists at his set join by girly voices. Shiba San’s deep house is another a particular proposal. He distinguishes itself for creating a personal sound that is obscure and embracive.


The French producer of EDM and trap oriented, DJ Snake, is the most known electronic artist of Saturday line-up. His famous hits will put everyone to dance. Yellow Claw, is a duo which combines a wide range of electronics genres like trap, dubstep, big room house, and hardstyle. Their shows are powerful and really entertaining due to the diverse rhythms. Nghtmre’s future bass and trap music will surprise more than one with his precise use of synthesizers and a large variety of sounds. Louis The Child is composed by two DJ´s that make future bass too. Their style is softer and has a slower rhythm. Finally, Deorro’s seductive EDM pop and progressive house will invite us to move.


Kygo is the Sunday electronic star, his renowned deep house and tropical house songs will hypnotize the public. The Norwegian DJ characterize for its catchy rhythms that enchants the audience. The dance-pop music and voices of Galantis conformed another attractive show thanks to their stimulating and uplifting sounds. If you want to boost your energy to its top level I highly recommend you listening to Dillon Francis dubstep. I think he would be one of the most acclaimed DJ of the edition, and I hope he plays some songs with Nghtmre. The danceable songs of Cheat Codes, the American trio, that combines pop voices with friendly melodies. Alan Walker, the youngest DJ in the lineup, will present his popular electro house.

Events Music

Squarepusher, Floating Points, Tzusing added to Sónar Hong Kong 2018

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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.


Fighting the tide: Underground dance music in the Bay Area

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In Oakland and San Francisco, cities once defined by radical creativity, electronic artists are finding it ever harder to survive. But as Matt McDermott finds out, they’re not giving up just yet.

The push and pull between San Francisco’s past and future is on plain display in The Mission. The neighborhood’s parallel main streets, Mission and Valencia, reveal the city’s messy, diverse underpinnings and beckon towards a whitewashed present. Walking on Mission, you see discount shops, open-air produce markets, hole-in-the-wall restaurants. Just a couple of blocks away on Valencia, it’s single-origin coffee, boutique clothing stores and towering lofts for the city’s moneyed class.

I meet San Francisco-based music journalist, DJ and label owner Chris Zaldua at the Latin American Club, a watering hole that gestures towards the city’s fading bohemia, on 22nd street between Mission and Valencia. “The main reason everyone wants to live here and the reason that it’s so fucked up is because it’s a bubble,” Zaldua says. “There is no other place like it in The States. It has the high-roller financial energy of Manhattan… but it also has this free-spirited creative, living-on-the-edge undercurrent that makes it such a weird place. So many musical, artistic, literary traditions and scenes have thrived here—there’s a history that has coexisted with the strivers, the hustlers and the moneymakers. At different points in history they’ve been symbiotic to greater and lesser degrees. Right now it’s a low-point.”

A few notes on San Francisco. The peninsula city is just seven by seven square miles—it doesn’t crack the top 100 largest US cities measured by area. It’s devastatingly beautiful. The ride in on the Bay Bridge is among the most dramatic preambles to an urban environ I’ve experienced. Sometimes the fog rolls in as you crest the hills over Hayes Valley and the city feels alive with mystery and promise. You can walk or take public transportation damn near everywhere. There’s also rampant homelessness. It’s the most expensive place to rent in the US.

Zaldua talks about the city like a spurned lover, with a mix of affection and chagrin. “Everything I love about the Bay Area is also what makes it so hard to be here. Rent is the obvious one. Space. The city is so beautiful because it was built in a certain way… That’s the trickle-down thing that affects everything else. That makes it hard for artists, for waiters, for teachers… for all these people that cities need to thrive, it becomes an inhospitable environment. So much of the culture that San Francisco is historically known for has been pushed out.”


CTM Festival 2018: Five key performances

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CTM, Berlin’s festival for “adventurous music and art,” offers a wide variety of musical experiences. This year’s action, which ranged from Chinese club experimentalists and Holly Herndon’s utopian ensemble to gabber and hardcore infiltrating Berghain, was centred around a single theme: “Turmoil.” The word was interpreted in many different ways across the ten-day period. In a world of precarious employment, physical displacement, emotional detachment and hyper-digitization, the current cultural moment is filled to the brim with turmoil. But its connotations aren’t all negative: “turmoil” can also serve as a creative catalyst, and during CTM’s daytime lectures it was often cited by artists as a powerful source of inspiration. Indeed, the music I found myself enjoying the most contained an optimistic energy. My highlights were those moments when all pessimism faded away and pure joy erupted on the dance floor.

Here are five key performances from CTM 2018.


Kraftwerk among acts announced for Dimensions Festival 2018

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The Croatian festival, which kicks off Wednesday, August 29th, has revealed its first wave of DJs and live acts.

Kraftwerk will play the opening concert for Dimensions’ latest edition.

The quartet, who last month won a Grammy Award for 2017’s 3-D The Catalogue album, will perform at the Croatian festival’s amphitheatre on Wednesday, August 29th. They’ll be joined at the concert by Moodymann, the saxophonist Nubya Garcia, Josey Rebelle and Debora Ipekel.

Over 100 other artists have been confirmed for the Pula-based event’s seventh edition. Among the DJs listed are DJ Stingray, Courtesy, Nina Kraviz, The Bug, Helena Hauff, Anastasia Kristensen, DJ LAG, Paula Temple, Detroit In Effect, Vladimir Ivkovic, Jon K, dBridge, Peggy Gou, Darkhouse Family (AKA Earl Jeffers and Don Leisure), Sonja Moonear, Skee Mask, Lena Willikens, Peanut Butter Wolf, Billy Nasty, Nicolas Lutz, Marcellus Pittman, DJ Python, Saoirse, Hunee, K-HAND, Petar Dundov, Alexander Nut, Bonobo, Eddy Ramich and Craig Richards, among others. Discwoman’s Umfang and Volvox, will also DJ, as will the full Hessle Audio crew—Ben UFO, Pangaea and Pearson Sound. Maximum Joy, Jon Hopkins, Amp Fiddler, Azymuth & Marcos Valle, James Holden & The Animal Spirits, Underground Resistance’s Depth Charge, The Exaltics, Heinrich Dressel & Teslasonic, Ariwo and Jan Kinčl & Regis Kattie are among the live acts locked in.


Sugar Mountain 2018

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Line-up /

Actress, Ara Koufax, Beaches, Body Type, Cut Copy, Dan Shake, Eclair Fifi, Fantastic Man, Gerd Janson, Honey Dijon, J Hus, Jamila Woods, Joey Bada$$, Kardajala Kirridarra, Laurel Halo, Love Deluxe, Project Pablo, Sevdaliza, Shanti Celeste, Stella Donnelly

— Sensory restaurant —
Sugar Mountain’s acclaimed immersive restaurant experiment is back, and the 2018 offering will be a love note to the real MVP… dessert. This year, it comes in collaboration with one of the absolute benchmark eateries in Australia.

You can book your Sensory add-on at the same time as your festival ticket, which is recommended if you don’t want to miss out. Stay tuned for the full reveal.

— Boiler Room —
The global cultural phenomenon makes its very welcome return to Sugar Mountain in 2018 for another huge broadcast. With the stage newly relocated to a new location, expect the same intimate vibes, sunshine and easy access. Brag alert: Sugar Mountain is Boiler Room’s only Australian festival partner, and one of only eight worldwide.

— Future Culture —
A new world order. Stay tuned for the reveal on a brand new space and initiative on-site within ACCA. Curated by Grace Dlabik it is a collaboration between BE. x i-D.

Future Culture pays homage to cultures from around the world and will be an explosion of colour, fashion, photography, art and music. The curation will be centred around creative pillars with a focus on shifting paradigms.

— An evolving home —
Arrive via the Sturt St festival entrance and SM 2018 reveals itself afresh, as we’ve introduced an expanded site and key new spaces. Indoor venues include the Grant Street Theatre, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, and Malthouse Theatre. For the first time ever, SM will expand into the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) footprint, and take over Grant Street (the area between). Plenty of green and new places to discover.


2017 best Albums

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Here are favourite albums from this year.

    • Jlin - Black Origami
    • Jlin
      Black Origami
      Planet Mu

      “You made something ’cause it sounds good?” Jlin said in an interview this year. “For real? You’re not doing enough.” Her second album lives up to that ethos: Jlin completely rewrites footwork’s DNA into something complex and sinister. Through singular rhythms and stark soundscapes, the American artist shows the kind raw power you can harness with drums, samples and an incredible imagination.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Equiknoxx - Colón Man
    • Equiknoxx
      Colón Man

      Here’s an example of how to make radically weird music that still rocks a party. Since their first album last year, the Jamaican duo have sharpened their sound down to a dangerous point, arriving at a style that is menacing, psychedelic and even silly at times.

      Listen: Apple Music / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Lee Gamble - Mnestic Pressure
    • Lee Gamble
      Mnestic Pressure

      Among many other subjects, Lee Gamble was wrestling with artistic development, premodern musical notation, politics and soundsystem culture when he wrote Mnestic Pressure. This makes sense. The record achieves an incredible collision, where complex themes and ideas meet the raw immediacy of the dance floor.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Kelela - Take Me Apart
    • Kelela
      Take Me Apart
      Warp Records

      With Take Me Apart, Kelela did what few artists can in following up a standout debut: she transformed while also getting to the heart of what makes her unique. Though she recruited a number of star producers for the album, what emerged from those sessions was an R&B masterwork that’s saturated with her personality. It mixes sex, sadness, vulnerability and empowerment in a way that captures the beautiful, messy essence of real life.

      Listen: Apple Music / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Four Tet - New Energy
    • Four Tet
      New Energy
      Text Records

      Four Tet showed us his range in 2017. There was “Question,” a simple yet insanely catchy club cut, followed by New Energy, a gorgeous, elaborate record that swings from Rounds-era sounds to lush house and quasi-trance. If his recent run of dance floor singles were lost on any of his original fans, then this album will have won them straight back.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / Spotify

    • DJ Sports - Modern Species
    • DJ Sports
      Modern Species
      Firecracker Recordings

      Was there a more assured debut album in 2017 than Modern Species? With its humid atmospheres, light-footed percussion and wafting melodies, is the perfect soundtrack for an introspective summer’s journey. In a year of great records from Aarhus’s blossoming Regelbau crew, this is the standout.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Sublee - Ideepsum
    • Sublee

      Ideepsum captures an artist looking to the past for inspiration. Made up of six club tracks for the body and mind, this double-pack is a breakout release from a little-known Romanian producer with a cosmic touch. Tech house might be a dirty term in 2017, but Sublee reaffirms its potential for enchanting dance floor moments.

      Listen: Bandcamp / SoundCloud

    • Young Marco - Selectors 002
    • Young Marco
      Selectors 002

      Young Marco worked old-school rap, digi-dub and all manner of global oddities into his sets this year, and his Selectors compilation for Dekmantel feels like a trip around the world at 80 BPM. On this journey, we take in Wolf Müller’s tropical drums, Dutch cosmic music from The Force Dimension, and new age house from Larry Heard.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • JASSS - Weightless
    • JASSS
      iDEAL Recordings

      Weightless? This was one of the heaviest experimental electronic records we heard this year. The Spanish artist confirmed her status as one of the scene’s most interesting newcomers, releasing this dense, industrial-infused full-length on the one hand, and tearing up Berghain’s new Säule venue with her DJs sets on the other hand.

      Listen: SoundCloud

    • Fever Ray - Plunge
    • Fever Ray
      Rabid Records

      On Fever Ray’s 2009 debut, Karin Dreijer, appearing on her own for the first time, kept her cards close to her chest, with a sound still wedded to The Knife’s Silent Shout. Arriving eight years later, Plunge is an altogether different proposition, a tour-de-force that explores sexuality and politics with lyrics so blunt they can feel like rallying cries (“Free abortions! And clean water!”). Paired with characteristically alien sounds, produced together with Peder Mannerfelt, the album confirms Dreijer as one of the visionary musicians of our time.

      Listen: Apple Music / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • John Maus - Screen Memories
    • John Maus
      Screen Memories
      Ribbon Music

      Screen Memories is the result of five years spent alone in a house in rural Minnesota, where John Maus not only wrote and recorded these odd bits of synth pop, but also built the synthesizers he played them on. This gives you an idea of the eccentric mind behind Screen Memories, a record that, like all of Maus’s work, is made from baroque synth melodies, post-punk rhythms and inscrutable lyrics, this time touching on subjects like the apocalypse, pets dying and football.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Visible Cloaks - Reassemblage
    • Visible Cloaks
      Rvng Intl.

      Reassemblage synthesises some of 2017’s most recognizable crate-digger trends—Japanese ambient, fourth world music, new age—into startlingly modern music. Using complex processing and production techniques, the American duo pay a respectful homage to their influences. It’s music that hints at various cultural traditions without directly touching on them, like folk music from an alternate reality.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Laurel Halo - Dust
    • Laurel Halo

      Laurel Halo calls her third solo album, Dust, the happiest album she’s made. Of course, it’s not that simple—the LP’s sunny dub motifs, cryptic lyrics and scattershot percussion make for a journey that’s both beguiling and distant. This intricate dreamworld—constructed with help from collaborators like Klein, Lafawndah and Eli Keszler—is alien, yet intimate, with moments of warmth that draw us in again and again.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / Spotify

    • LCD Soundsystem - American Dream
    • LCD Soundsystem
      American Dream
      DFA Records

      Well, they pulled it off. One of this year’s big talking points was how LCD Soundsystem wrote a comeback record that exceeded expectations. American Dream doesn’t soar to the anthemic highs of its predecessors, but as a front-to-back listening experience it’s arguably the best record they’ve ever written.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Tzusing - 東方不敗
    • Tzusing

      Tzusing’s debut album is inspired by a literary character who castrates himself in order to become a more nimble martial artist. The Malaysian-Chinese producer’s approach to techno is similarly concerned with agile attacks. With broken beats and exotic instrumentation borrowed from industrial and EBM, 東方不敗 is techno cut with the supple strokes of a master swordsman.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Arca - Arca
    • Arca
      XL Recordings

      On the afternoon of Wednesday 22nd February, lots of people simultaneously gasped, “Oh, shit.” That was the day Arca announced his third album with “Piel,” the first taste of his new vocal-led music. Exactly ten months later, it feels like the record, along with its accompanying live show and videos, is the boldest artistic statement made in electronic music this year.

      Listen: Apple Music / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Pessimist - Pessimist
    • Pessimist
      Blackest Ever Black

      On his debut album, Bristol producer Kristian Jabs pulls a striking range of ideas from a limited palette. He blends drum & bass, techno and trip-hop with a touch that’s so technical it’s a little scary, while immersing the listener in a bleak miasma that sticks to you. It’s fitting that it came out on Blackest Ever Black: the album is draped in only the darkest hues.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Bicep - Bicep
    • Bicep
      Ninja Tune

      Genres like trance and progressive house are popular for a reason: they’re often produced with maximum pleasure in mind. Bicep know this. On their long-awaited debut album, they siphon the best elements of those genres into something that fits with contemporary house and techno, making for some of the best dance floor moments of the year.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Jana Rush - Pariah
    • Jana Rush
      Objects Limited

      Last year, Chicago native Jana Rush quietly emerged from an almost 20-year hiatus with a wild-eyed footwork EP called MPC 7635. It reintroduced her as one of this year’s artists to watch, and she made good on that promise with Pariah, a rhythmic rollercoaster that proves her remarkable versatility, taking in soul samples, erratic acid lines and next-level rhythmic manoeuvres.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Call Super - fabric 92
    • Call Super
      fabric 92
      Fabric Records

      Dresvn into Objekt, Photek into Don’t DJ, Walter Brown into Yves Tumor—fabric 92 is perhaps the finest example yet of Joe Seaton’s fearless and idiosyncratic DJ style. But more than that, it’s a monument to DJing itself, showing how, with the right combination of taste, skill and daring, mixing records can have transcendental results.

    • Various artists: Visceral Minds 2
    • Various
      Visceral Minds 2
      Fractal Fantasy

      The Visceral Minds 2 compilation is exemplary in two ways. Firstly, it makes a coherent body of work out of 20 different collaborations between the label’s founders, Zora Jones and Sinjin Hawke, and others artists. Secondly, and crucially, its tracks are impressively experimental without losing a connection to the dance floor.

      Listen: Apple Music / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Porter Ricks - Anguilla Electrica
    • Porter Ricks
      Anguilla Electrica

      The full-length return of a techno and sound design dream team, Anguilla Electrica is a perfect blend of form and function. There are hints of dub techno in its six tracks, which modulate and morph while staying tethered to a steady 4/4 pulse. Abstract yet accessible, this is 2017’s most evocative techno album.

      Listen: Apple Music / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Octo Octa - Where Are We Going?
    • Octo Octa
      Where Are We Going?

      Where Are We Going? is that rare thing: a club-ready album that grips you all the way through. Its secret is its stylistic range, subtly guiding the listener through sublime deep house, uplifting garage and brooding techno in a way that feels intuitive. As anyone who saw Octo Octa’s brilliant live show can attest, hearing these tracks on a big system was a treat.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Special Request - Fabriclive 91
    • Special Request
      Fabriclive 91
      Fabric Records

      The average mix CD can get across a DJ’s style and taste, but they’re less common as a medium that shows artistic growth. Special Request’s Fabriclive 91 is a spectacular exception. By absorbing electro and ambient into the hardcore continuum that, over the years, Paul Woolford’s alias has refreshed with such style, the mix moves with a devil-may-care freedom and energy, summoning the spirit of one of dance music’s most celebrated eras.

    • Various - Outro Tempo: Electronic And Contemporary Music From Brazil 1978-1992
    • Various
      Outro Tempo: Electronic And Contemporary Music From Brazil 1978-1992
      Music From Memory

      A golden rule of crate digging is to root around sections that others are ignoring. Madrid-born, London-based selector John Gómez went one further, following a hunch and unearthing a little-known scene of visionary experimental electronic music from Brazil. Outro Tempo introduces us to singular artists like Andréa Daltro, Maria Rita and Priscilla Ermel, and shows an important bridge between their techniques and fourth world theory.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Burnt Friedman - Pestle
    • Burnt Friedman
      The Pestle

      In a way Burnt Friedman’s music is destined to be overlooked—the Berlin artist does his best to defy all existing musical traditions, essentially ensuring he has no comfortable place in today’s musical landscape. Some of his records are so good, though, that they simply demand to be heard. Enter The Pestle, a striking and hypnotic collection that presents six of Friedman’s compositions in reverse chronological order, offering a tantalizing starting point for one of electronic music’s most creatively ambitious artists.

      Listen: Bandcamp / SoundCloud

    • Varg - Nordic Flora Pt. 3: Gore-Tex City
    • Varg
      Nordic Flora Pt. 3: Gore-Tex City
      Northern Electronics

      If you couldn’t already tell from his takeover of our Instagram account this year, Varg’s relationship with techno is a little different from most artist’s. Also see this singular album, on which, among other twists, AnnaMelina drops autotuned R&B vocals over a techno-meets-trap beat and, on a heady techno track, Yung Lean sings about killing his landlord. But don’t mistake these creative decisions for gimmicks: Varg’s best asset is how natural he makes breaking the rules sound.

      Listen: Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Steffi - World Of The Waking State
    • Steffi
      World Of The Waking State
      Ostgut Ton

      Unlike her past work, Steffi’s third album doesn’t feature any vocals, but it still feels like her most personal release yet. Delicate and deeply evocative, it explores a nocturnal blend of IDM, electro and techno, the culmination of years spent collecting records and tinkering with synths. Recalling the alien sound of Ostgut Ton’s early years, it’s a refined LP from a veteran artist with more facets than most.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Juju & Jordash - Sis-boom-bah!
    • Juju & Jordash

      On Sis-boom-bah!, Jordan Czamanski and Gal Aner break open electronic music’s rigid grid by bringing a jam-band method to the table. By framing delicate keys and guitar licks within the language of psychedelic techno, they drift elegantly between driving dance tracks, ethereal electronica and transcendent ambient moments.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Actress - AZD
    • Actress
      Ninja Tune

      Darren Cunningham seemed inspired in 2017. In between travelling around India and collaborating with the world-renowned London Contemporary Orchestra, he put out AZD, an album full of the kind of woozy club music that made us fall in love with him to begin with. It contained, among other strange jams, “X22RME,” one of the year’s underrated club tracks.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Karen Gwyer - Rembo
    • Karen Gwyer
      Don’t Be Afraid

      Rembo is everything you’d want of a house and techno album. Its eight tracks are loaded with personality, conveyed through wild synth melodies, uptempo drums and amusing track titles. You’d dance all night to this music—the opportunities for which are increasing—yet its mist-in-the-woods atmosphere gives it a subtly mysterious pull.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / Spotify

    • DB1 - Zwischenwelt
    • DB1
      Hidden Hawaii

      In comparing Zwischenwelt to a “mysterious obelisk,” Mark Smith aptly summarised the album’s enigmatic sound. It draws equally from dub techno and drum & bass, but resembles neither style. That’s partly down to its use of Euclidean rhythms, each one taking turns to draw the ear. Not that much of this would cross your mind on a dance floor—you’d probably just ask, awestruck, “What the hell is this?”

      Listen: Apple Music / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Thundercat - Drunk
    • Thundercat

      Thundercat is a virtuoso bassist who uses his powers for good—Drunk weaves tangled basslines through a psychedelic smear of funk, R&B and hip-hop, as catchy as it is complicated. It’s dazed like a Saturday morning spent getting high and watching adult cartoons, with a sense of humour and the odd social commentary to match.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • Micronism - Inside A Quiet Mind
    • Micronism
      Inside A Quiet Mind
      Loop Recordings (NZ)

      Inside A Quiet Mind collects music made in the midst of an extraordinary transformation: from techno artist to Hare Krishna. The Kiwi artist Denver McCarthy recorded these tracks in the second half of the ’90s—the final stretch of his life as an artist and, by his telling, a person with an ego. It’s hard not to hear this in the music itself: exquisitely reflective and atmospheric, these tracks seem to emanate from an elevated inner state.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

    • DJ Python - Dulce Compañia
    • DJ Python
      Dulce Compañia

      Out of all of Brian Piñeyro’s aliases, it’s the “deep reggaeton” of DJ Python that stands out the most, and Dulce Compañia is the best example of it The project’s formula—slow dancehall beats that swing with the heft of dub techno—is so satisfying that you wonder how no one else thought of it before.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

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      There’s a “can’t miss” appeal to Rush Hour’s Prescription retrospective. For a few magical years in the ’90s, house legends Ron Trent and Chez Damier focused on the spiritual, deep and healing aspects of dance music, crafting some of the genre’s all-time classics. This six LP box set contains a staggering amount of heat—you could mix an hour or two of perfect tracks using only Word, Sound & Power.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

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      “Descending milky night”; “Rain, rain, rain”; “be like the bat that nearly flew into my room”: Cécile Schott’s music has a sense of poetry well beyond what we’d normally expect from electronic music, and not just in the lyrics. Her quivering synths, delicate and vivid, are at least as expressive as her breathy, self-trained singing voice. A Flame My Love, A Frequency is her first LP free of acoustic instruments, and it may well be her best.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / Spotify

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      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

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    • Errorsmith
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      2017’s most fun and creatively unhinged dance record arrived after six torturous years of work. “Turning the potential into a finished track is very, very hard for me,” Erik Wiegand told Lisa Blanning. We’re glad he persevered. The neon blend of techno and dancehall on Superlative Fatigue was unlike anything else out there this year.

      Listen: Apple Music / Bandcamp / SoundCloud / Spotify

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DJ dies and more injured after stage collapses at Brazil’s Atmosphere Festival

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Kalleby Freitas da Rosa, 30, suffered fatal head trauma when extreme weather toppled the structure on Sunday afternoon.

A DJ has died and more were injured at a Brazilian dance music festival after a stage collapsed due to extreme weather conditions.

Kalleby Freitas da Rosa (AKA DJ Kaleb), 30, was standing behind the EDM event’s O Santuário Stage on Sunday afternoon when heavy rain and gale-force winds caused the huge metal structure to topple. (DJ duo Pura Vida were performing when it fell.) Da Rosa suffered head injuries and was immediately rushed to hospital, where he died on arrival. Three others were injured in the incident. The festival took place at Parque Estadual De Exposições Assis Brasil in Esteio, a municipality near Porto Alegre in the south.

Atmosphere Festival issued a statement via Facebook yesterday evening, which has been translated from the original Portuguese.

“We always cherish the security of our audience, following all the processes, reports and authorisations requested by the local authorities. And to our audience we will keep them informed of all our actions to keep the truth about the facts that have occurred. We’re sorry, we lost a friend, an artist. Our priority is to assist the wounded and their families. We thank the military brigade and the fire department for all their assistance.”

An attendee captured the moment the stage collapsed:

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Dekmantel reveals lineup for Selectors festival 2018

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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.

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DGTL Amsterdam reveals 2018 lineup

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Jeff Mills, Honey Dijon and Laurent Garnier are among the names for next year’s festival at NDSM Docklands.

DGTL Amsterdam has announced the lineup for its 2018 edition.

Close to 70 artists have been booked for DGTL Amsterdam, which returns to the repurposed industrial space NDSM Docklands on Easter weekend, running from March 30th through April 1st. Jeff Mills, Laurent Garnier, Speedy J, Maya Jane Coles, Job Jobse, Honey Dijon, Sandrien, Albert van Abbe and Floating Points, who’s going back-to-back with Hunee, will all DJ, while the likes of Recondite, Stephan Bodzin, Aleksi Perälä, Telefon Tel Aviv and Red Axes perform live.

Also confirmed are Âme II Âme, the DJ and live duo of Kristian Beyer & Frank Wiedemann, plus full band performances from Romare and Dollkraut.

Read our five key performances review of DGTL 2017.

Tickets are available  on RA.


South Africa’s Into The Castle festival cancelled as parent company ‘struggles to survive’

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“Our team is shattered and all the money invested in this start-up is gone,” posted Music Goes Further on Facebook.

Music Goes Further, the company behind the Into The Valley festival franchise, has cancelled Into The Castle in South Africa.

The one-day event was due to take place at Castle Of Good Hope in Cape Town on January 26th, 2018. In a statement posted to Facebook, Music Goes Further said the losses from the cancellation of Sweden’s Into The Factory festival in July, which totalled over €400,000, caused an “acute liquidity shortage,” forcing them to indefinitely postpone the forthcoming event in South Africa. The company also made losses of more than €150,000 at Into The Valley in Estonia, which was plagued by bad weather and small crowds.

“2017 was an absolute nightmare for us, and still is,” reads the statement. “The initiative is on a total pause at the moment and we are working day and night trying to clean this situation up. If we do not make it, it will be the end of our brands, Into The Valley, Into The Factory and Into The Castle, and also for us as festival organizers. It would be beyond sad but we could just never imagine such a series of large setbacks striking us one after another.”

The organisers add: “Our team is shattered and all the money invested in this start-up is gone. We need to take a big step back in order to be able to come back with new energy in 2018. It is our goal to produce a festival in Europe during 2018, but at this point it is too early to plan for this or make any promises. We keep toiling and praying for things to start moving in the right direction.”

Music Goes Further still owes money to artists who played at its previous events. They thanked the likes of Nina Kraviz and Larry Heard for waiving their fees and called on other artists to follow suit, saying “We hope that more artists will follow their example as this cancellation was really out of our hands. Doing so, and refraining the fee, would be vital and a huge help for us to get back on our feet.”


Subsonic Music Festival Fri, 01 Dec 2017 / Subsonic Music Festival 2017 at Riverwood Downs Mountain Valley Resort

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Subsonic is back from Dec 4-6, 2015, in the picturesque surrounds of Riverwood Downs Mountain Valley Resort. Subsonic is dedicated to all things beats and bass, and aims to bring together a unique line-up of international and local artists, in an immersive, multi-sensory environment with an unconventional edge.

Subsonic is camping with a luxurious twist – gorgeous campgrounds by the Karuah River, hot showers, and a laidback bar. Subsonic is a lifestyle festival, far from the city and the herd mentality. 3 days of music, camping and good times in an amazing location 3 hours North of Sydney.

Subsonic brings artists like Andrew Weatherall, Fred P and Pearson Sound together with lush greenery, a beautiful river and one of the friendliest festival crowds you could hope to find.


MIRA Digital Arts Festival 9-11 Nov 2017

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MIRA is a digital arts festival based on three connected areas: exhibition, divulgation and education, and is held anually in Barcelona (since 2011) and Berlin (since 2016). Focused on digital culture and technology’s new trends, the festival has a program where both classic and fulldome audiovisual shows, art installations, 3D sound shows, fulldome screenings, conferences, presentations and workshops can be found.

Electronica, virtual reality, 3D sounds, 360º concerts, performances and screenings, robotics, inmersive and interactive experiences, and new space, stage and light design are the anchors of a highly visual proposal. MIRA wants to make the audience feel closer to several worlds of tech creation within a digital art event aiming to become a platform for new talents as well as a showcase for world-known artists, and also create unique inmersive experiences through tech innovation and live visual plus music interlace.

MIRA promotes artistic collaborations and boosts the creation of new projects supporting relations between collectives, organizations and artists from the digital arts and technology fields. The non-profit feature of the festival helped by volunteers, makes the results being re-invested aiming to promote digital culture in the most sustainable way.

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Iceland Airwaves 1-5 Nov 2017

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Iceland Airwaves is an annual music festival held in Reykjavík, Iceland in early November.

The festival spans five days (Wednesday – Sunday) and its main focus is showcasing new music, both Icelandic and international. The festival’s main sponsors are Icelandair and the City of Reykjavík.

The first show was held in 1999 as a one-off event in an airplane hangar at Reykjavík Airport. Subsequently, it has become one of the premier showcases for new music in the world, with hundreds of journalists and industry people in attendance.

Iceland Airwaves has become known for its intimacy and party spirit. The festival has been called “the hippest long weekend on the annual music-festival calendar” (David Fricke, Rolling Stone) and an “unbelievable zest for music and celebration” (Jonah Flicker, Pitchforkmedia).

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah (played Airwaves in 2004), The Bravery (2004) and The Rapture (2002) are among artists who played Iceland Airwaves before their careers kicked off – in each case the groups were playing their first shows outside their hometown, New York. Among other artists who have played Iceland Airwaves are Florence and the Machine, Vampire Weekend, Crystal Castles, Thievery Corporation, Sparta, Flaming Lips, Fatboy Slim, The Kills, The Stills, TV on the Radio, Keane, Hot Chip, Ratatat, Architecture in Helsinki, Klaxons, Wolf Parade, Kaiser Chiefs and local bands Sigur Rós, GusGus, múm, Singapore Sling, FM Belfast, Of Monsters and Men, Seabear, sóley, Sin Fang, Trevor Geir, and Retro Stefson.

In 2009, the festival was held from 14 to 18 October, featuring about 150 artists including Nina Kinert, The Cocknbullkid, Casiokids, Megaphonic thrift, Micachu and the Shapes, The Golden Filter, Metronomy, Golden Silvers, James Yuill, Postelles and Alaska in winter.

The 2010 edition of Iceland Airwaves took place on 13–17 October. The performers included jj, Robyn, Junip, Toro Y Moi, Timber Timbre, Rolo Tomassi, Bombay Bicycle Club, Hurts, Tunng, Alex Metric, Everything Everything, Mount Kimbie, Joy Formidable, Efterklang, Slagsmalsklubben, Oh No Ono, The Antlers and Hercules and Love Affair.

In 2011, Iceland Airwaves was held from 12 to 17 October. The performers included Björk, Sinéad O’Connor, Yoko Ono, Ólafur Arnalds, Of Monsters and Men, We Were Promised Jetpacks, 22-Pistepirkko, Tune-Yards, Beach House, Other Lives and Ólöf Arnalds.

In 2012, Iceland Airwaves took place from October 31 to November 4. Sigur Rós headlined the 2012 edition which included For a Minor Reflection, Kwes, Ghostpoet, Dirty Projectors, The Vaccines, Doldrums, Half Moon Run, Blouse, BOY, Sóley, Retro Stefson, Prins Póló, Samaris, Sin Fang, GusGus, Mugison and Ólöf Arnalds. Django Django and Swans were both scheduled but were forced to cancel.

In the year 2013, Iceland Airwaves Music Festival started October 30 and ended with the final concert of Kraftwerk at November 3. Other lineup artists: For a Minor Reflection, Retro Stefson, Prins Póló, Jon Hopkins, Gold Panda, Agent Fresco, Yo La Tengo, FM Belfast, and Sykur.

Iceland Airwaves is promoted and produced by Iceland Music Export. and sponsored by its founder Icelandair, in cooperation with the City of Reykjavik.

Iceland Airwaves


Ministry of Sound “We’ve Got A Stage At The Ark 2017”

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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.

Get tickets and more info here


Brunch Electronik returns to Lisbon for second season

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Âme, Magda and Talaboman feature in the 12-week party series which begins this week.

Brunch Electronik will begin a second 12-week season in Lisbon on July 23rd.

The Sunday party series launches with Gui Boratto, Robag Wruhme and Gunjah all playing in the parklands of Tapada da Ajuda, which will accommodate thousands of dancers from 2 PM to 10 PM. Across the three-month run, Brunch will feature acts like Talaboman, Dave Clarke, Magda, Mathew Jonson, Nic Fanciulli, Radio Slave and Michael Mayer. They’ll also present a couple of back-to-back headline sessions, with Jackmaster and Peggy Gou sharing the decks on September 3rd and Miss Kittin and Oxia pairing up on August 20th. Âme’s Kristian Beyer will wrap the season up on October 8th alongside Trikk and Marvin & Guy.

Tickets for the season are available here on RA.

  • Portugal Jul 23  Brunch Electronik Lisboa #1: Gui Boratto, Robag Wruhme..
  • Portugal Jul 30  Brunch Electronik Lisboa #2: Dubfire, Vera, Gusta-vo,..
  • Portugal Aug 06  Brunch Electronik Lisboa #3: Dave Clarke, Maelstrom, C..
  • Portugal Aug 13  Brunch Electronik Lisboa #4: Claptone, dOP, Sheri Vari..
  • Portugal Aug 20  Brunch Electronik Lisboa #5: Miss Kittin b2b Oxia, Joh..
  • Portugal Aug 27  Brunch Electronik Lisboa #6: Nic Fanciulli, Anna, Gonç..
  • Portugal Sep 03  Brunch Electronik Lisboa #7: Jackmaster b2b Peggy Gou..
  • Portugal Sep 10  Brunch Electronik Lisboa #8: Magda, Mathew Jonson Live..
  • Portugal Sep 17  Brunch Electronik Lisboa #9: Michael Mayer, Kölsch, Re..
  • Portugal Sep 24  Brunch Electronik Lisboa #10: Paul Ritch, Radio Slave,..
  • Portugal Oct 01  Brunch Electronik Lisboa #11: Talaboman, Samo DJ, Wolf..
  • Portugal Oct 08  Brunch Electronik Lisboa #12: Âme Dj, Trikk, Marvin &..
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