Pete Tong, Carl Craig and Dubfire are three legendary names in the world of DJing. Their careers started in the beginning of the Dance Music movement and have been blessed and talented enough to still do it to this day.
The EDM world has been blowing up the last day with shares of the latest music video...
Bob Sinclar is a name synonymous with Dance Music. At the tender age of 44, this parisian OG continues to make music and play gigs like no other.
Well known producer and DJ Zedd presented a new masterpiece “Stay the Night”. This song performed an American singer and songwriter and just a pop-punk princess Hayley Williams. Is it a new hit like a “Clarity”?
While many of his SoundCloud offerings clock in at under one-minute, the latest from Deadmau5 is a super-extended video.
Walking casually through the Red Light District in Amsterdam, you’re sure to see some working girls standing in storefront windows, hoping to entice potential customers.
4 days, 4 countries, 4 gigs. Not an easy feat by stretch of the imagination but Fedde Le Grand was up to the challenge. His destinations included Pacha in Ibiza, Ultra Europe in Croatia, Global Gathering in the Ukraine, and Balaton Sound in Hungary.
Every Wednesday at a suburban Los Angeles park in North Hollywood, an group of amazingly talented guys get together to showcase their skills to the public and to each other. This group is known as Daft Signz.
Creamfields had a fortunate mixup occur during Afrojack’s set thanks to a technical malfunction with Guetta’s plane that he was taking to the festival.
Forbes just released a slew of videos profiling the rise of Dance Music in Las Vegas and talked with many of the big name DJs to get their take on the current tidal wave of interest.
DJ Shiftee is well known in the turntabilism community for his unbelievable routines that mix skills and creativity together to create a completely new take on existing tracks.
Didn’t get to go to TomorrowLand? It’s ok, neither did I. However, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike have given everyone the opportunity to relive their epic main stage set thanks to their recent upload to YouTube.
Before he became the star that’s worked with everyone from Will.I.Am to Akon, the poster boy for dance music’s success that’s taken home Grammy Awards, or the top-ranked headliner of music festivals around the globe, David Guetta had decades of experience beneath his belt.
No Credentials is a film about the phenomenal intersection of photography and electronic music. We've spent the last few years documenting electronic dance culture and we felt it was time to pull the curtain back on the entire scene in an unprecedented way.
Fedde Le Grand has had a sizable 2013 to say the least, playing all the major festivals (including Ultra Europe that’s featured in the above video) and releasing a slew of festival fodder. His latest is a collaboration with French producer Michael Calfan called “Lion (Feel The Love)” that’s out today on Beatport and its a floor rocker.
Sure, it’s totally normal—if you live in Berlin, that is—to drop in to a club at 7 in the morning, but that wouldn’t usually fly elsewhere in the world. However, some enterprising London promoters are primed to bring something different to the morning-rave routine. Come on in and see what it’s all about. - Firstly, fans of the hardest of hardstyle, get ready, because Q-dance is headed Stateside to Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium on October 5 for The Sound of Q-dance USA, with performances by Coone, Gunz for Hire, Humanoise, Noisecontrollers, Psyko Punkz, Wildstylez, and MC Villain.
Video has surfaced from Paris Hilton’s DJ debut at Amnesia’s Foam & Diamonds night in Ibiza last night. Its clear within sixty seconds that she probably is actually in control of the decks and that she just sucks at the job. Poor use of the filter knob (a problem she also had in Brazil) and a hack of a mix with a straight up cut of the crossfader all in just over a minute immediately kills the vibe.
Daft Punk fan site The Daft Club reports that the typically hush-hush robot duo is scheduled to make an appearance on The Colbert Report next week. The news helps to explain Stephen Colbert's random cameo on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon this past Monday, in which he crashed the show by dancing along to "Get Lucky" apropos of nothing. It's not clear whether Daft Punk will give an interview, a performance, or some combination thereof on Colbert's show, but his musical guests usually do a little of both.
One of the most memorable moments of Tomorrowland 2013 was the back to back to back set from Nicky Romero, David Guetta and Afrojack. Taking over the stage for 2 hours on the festival’s final day, three of the biggest names in dance music populated the booth together and delivered a once-in-a-lifetime festival experience to thousands of fans. With a track list that features the biggest and best from all three of their catalogs, the back to back to back left the most lasting impression of the weekend. For those lucky enough to experience it in person the recap is a fond reminder of the power of Tomorrowland – for those who missed it video below:
Like many other festivals in his wake, Hardwell‘s late afternoon set on the first day of this year’s Tomorrowland 2013 wowed crowds and took no prisoners. He opens with his new tune “Jumper” with W&W, and runs through a treasure trove of new IDs, private bootlegs and edits — driving the the international Tomorrowland crowd into a full on frenzy of big room electro fun.