The festival lineup for this Memorial Day Weekend couldn’t get any hotter. Not only are Movement Detroit, EDC New York, and Mysteryland taking place that weekend, but now Tampa’s Sunset Music Festival has also thrown its hat into the ring, and to entice you, they’ve booked Zedd, Benny Benassi, Hardwell, and Krewella to headline the event.
It’s history in the making. Today, it’s been announced that legendary Detroit techno collective, Underground Resistance (UR) will headline the 2014 Movement Electronic Music Festival that takes place over the Memorial Day weekend (May 24-26) inside the Motor City’s Hart Plaza.
This week’s On Rotation delivers our crack team’s latest recommendations in house, techno, drum & bass, electronica, and more. Right this way.
Yep, it’s time for another list, this one from the venerable DJ Mag, which has named its top 100 clubs from around the world. So what do you need to know offhand? The new entries onto the list include Hakkasan, Light, Zouk Kuala Lumpur, Sky Room, and a few more; a number of Ibiza clubs populate the top 20.
Nursing a massive Miami Music Week hangover? Us too. In this exclusive Monday edition of the Morning Roundup, we relive all the music, the magic, and the peak-hour madness that rocked Miami in 2014. Read on for the clubbed-out recap.
It’s a big week for a pair of dance music’s heaviest hitters. Martin Garrix’s “Animals” has just been certified platinum, and Skrillex’s Recess LP debuted at #1 on the Billboard dance charts—which’ll likely add to many smiling faces at Miami Music Week. Come on in and see what else is happening.
Last year, Joe Ford topped my list of “artists to watch for 2014.” “Stride,” which arrived last year on Shogun Audio’s annual compilation Way Of The Warrior 2, was his big breakthrough as it moved up the charts, alongside the other diverse sounds of his EPs on Caliber Music and Inspected Records. A youthful producer with a veteran ability, Ford returns to Shogun this year with more proof that he is not only a capable producer, but one that will continue to rise to the top.
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Miami Music Week is, of course, one of the most important weeks all year on the dance-music calendar, so if you’re heading east (or maybe that’s west, for our European friends), you’ll likely be scheduling out your plans far in advance. Allow us to be of some assistance to you with this handy guide to the best parties in Miami this March. Check out some Beatport Miami essentials here and keep coming back to this listing for more updates throughout the weeks to come.
It seems these days that there are as many dance-music festivals around the world as there are dance-music artists. Every day a new one appears to crop up out of nowhere. But that’s nothing to complain about, obviously; it’s just that there’s so much to choose from that it can sort of make your head spin. Fortunately, Magnetic is doing its part, and has shared a list of 20 “Life Changing EDM Festivals From Around the World.” So what makes the cut?
Electronica, house, hip-hop, D&B, and more make today’s On Rotation segment, which compiles our expert team of merchandisers’ and editors’ favorite picks of the week.