Former Swedish House Mafia’s Steve Angello will be hosting his third annual Size in the Park on Saturday, May 17. After two memorable years in New York, a brand new site has been chosen for 2014.
Englishman Mark Knight is a modern DJ whose comfortable at the forefront of culture. Now, with the recent release of his latest house single “The Return of Wolfy,” we thought it was an opportune moment to catch up with the Toolroom boss and find out what’s rocking his world right now. Here’s what’s you’ll hear from him over the weekend.
The video for Disclosure’s tune with London Grammar, “Help Me Lose My Mind,” was quite the controversy-stirrer a few weeks back when it was first released—and then yanked because of its supposed glamorizing of youth drug use. Well, it’s back, for those of you who can access the Daily Motion video portal.
This week, IMS Engage held its second annual industry conference at the W Hollywood in Los Angeles, CA. During the day’s program, Pete Tong hosted a provocative In Conversation session alongside iconoclasts from film and music including Guy Gerber, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Moby, David Lynch, Hans Zimmer, Junkie XL, and Giorgio Moroder.
Before the internet became the world’s largest repository of unnecessary lists, it was the world’s largest repository of unnecessary trivia quizzes. Well, consider today a step back in time to the golden age of simple tests of knowledge, as you show yourself (and, presumably, those with whom you’ll share such a thing on your Facebook page) just how well you know producer/DJ/impresario Diplo.
Welcome to our fabulous Friday edition of the Morning Roundup. Today, we’ve got Todd Terry, Tycho, and Coachella 2014: Weekend 2 kicking off the weekend. Right this way for our complete wrap-up.
House legend Frankie Knuckles’ untimely passing last month at the age of 59 left a tremendous hole in the global dance music universe. Not only was he a true pioneer, Knuckles was an institution thanks to his impressive musical canon. Beatport is proud to present this exclusive, final Knuckles’ remix. Along with some deft studio work from longtime confidant and close friend Eric Kupper, Knuckles has crafted his own signature interpretation of DJ Cassidy’s “Calling All Hearts” featuring vocalists Robin Thicke and Jessie J. Evoking the “golden era of dance music,” this is the first single from DJ Cassidy’s debut album Paradise Royale coming out this summer.
Despite the claims of many that the art of the album sleeve is lost within the digital world, there are still a number of brilliant artists working to translate the themes of our favorite music into things of visual beauty. Like Peter Saville and Vaughan Oliver before them, today’s cover artists use all manner of techniques to make our favorite tracks pop—particularly if you find them on the shelves of your local record shop. In that spirit, FACT has gone and plucked a handful of the most prolific and thought-provoking visual artists working today in the medium of album art for a series of interviews.
Welcome to our thumpin’ Thursday edition of the Morning Roundup. Today, as fans trek back out to the desert for Coachella’s blockbuster second weekend, we’ve got Q-Tip playing at the Low End Theory in LA, Seven Lions dropping a new EP, and KiNK in-the-mix for Resident Advisor. Right this way for our complete wrap-up.
Friday, Saturday, or Sunday: Which day’s lineup is best? You be the judge. Outside Lands 2014 has just released its daily lineups for the seventh annual music festival that’s taking place in San Francisco’s historic Golden Gate Park on August 8-10. Top electronic acts including Disclosure, Tiësto, Cut Copy, Chromeo, and Flume will join main-stage contenders like Kanye West, The Flaming Lips, and Tegan & Sara, among many others on the stacked bill. The complete lineup for this year’s event is listed here and single-day tickets for Outside Lands 2014 will go on-sale today at 10 am PDT.