Detroit techno leader Richie Hawtin continues his 2014 ENTER.Ibiza residency this Thursday, July 24th with another super-stacked lineup at Space. For week four, the Minus man himself will be joined by special guests Dixon, tINI, Marcel Dettmann, Martin Buttrich, and Bella Sarris, among others.
Since everyone loves a musical top 10 we thought we’d serve up another exclusive Shazam-ed list straight from Ibiza just for you. Although there are a few tracks that have been doing the business week-in and week-out including Patrick Topping’s current tech-house titan “Forget,” there are a couple of new entries below for your Balearic summer consideration.
Detroit techno icon Jeff Mills cut his set at Belgium’s Dour Festival short on last Thursday night, July 17th, after a bottle was thrown towards the stage from the crowd, according to Mixmag and other new reports. According to a Facebook post by fellow performer Chris Liebing, the 51-year-old techno pioneer was apparently 30 minutes into his live set at the Belgian festival before leaving shortly after the incident.
Congratulations goes out to the world’s current number one Hardwell as his progressive rework of Coldplay’s “A Sky Full Of Stars” reaches the pole position in our Beatport Top 100.
Berlin-based Hard Wax is one of the top tastemaking record shops in the world stocking all the latest vinyl releases. But don’t just take our word for it. Explore the stark, industrial Kreuzberg DJ haunt for yourself. In a new week-long feature series, trusted underground voice XLR8R will be taking an exclusive look at some of their favorite record shops from around the globe. Today, they begin their new editorial series at Hard Wax.
Tomorrowland, the world’s leading electronic dance music festival, has just revealed plans to expand into South America with its first-ever Tomorrowland Brasil. The Brazilian edition of the massive outdoor festival will be held over the weekend of May 1st to May 3rd, 2015 in Itu, Brazil, a municipality of São Paolo.
Welcome to our manic Monday edition of the Morning Roundup. Today, we’ve got all Tomorrowland, all the time with a great story recap of all the rave action, photo sets from both days, and live DJ sets from the entire weekend that went off big-time. Right this way for our complete wrap-up.
Founded in 1995, the German-based distributor Intergroove has officially filed for bankruptcy. Employing approximately 40 staff members, the company guides more than 300 labels including Ministry Of Sound, Minilogue, Get Physical, Leftroom, and Sushitech, among others. As RA is reporting, the company’s managing director, Ralf Reichert, says Intergroove will continue distributing records and CDs. “We will do everything we can to clean up the company of insolvency and continue Intergroove,” he said.
Relive all the magic from weekend one! Celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2014, Tomorrowland, one of the world’s largest electronic music festivals, kicked off over the past weekend in Boom, Belgium. Now, you can join in all the festivities by tuning into a few of the most memorable live sets from the event including the world’s current number one Hardwell, Skrillex, and Alesso now.
Aussie DJ producer Anna Lunoe has been making waves here in the States since her memorable Coachella 2014 set out in the Southern California desert. Now, she sits down with Skillex’s Nest HQ family for a quick on-camera chat. In the latest third episode in this ongoing artist-driven series, In The Nest delves into Lunoe’s songwriting process, her early days as a radio station volunteer, and DJing as a form of meditation.