In this midweek edition of the Morning Roundup, we’ve got Deadmau5 duking it out with Disney, P Diddy and Guy Gerber previewing their forthcoming 11:11 album, and so much more. Step inside.
In this somber Tuesday edition of the Morning Roundup, our hearts go out to the friends and family of Chicago house godfather Frankie Knuckles. He died yesterday at the age of 59. Read on for our remembrance of this true legend.
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.
Miami is in the swing of things, and it’s about to get crazy. But before it does, Kaskade has just released a quick look back at his time there last year. Check out that vid, and plenty of other news and music from Hudson Mohawke, Avalon Emerson, Mike Huckaby, and more, in today’s roundup.
In this midweek edition of the Morning Roundup, techno wonderbro Seth Troxler and the Martinez Brothers talk Tuskegee, Lollapalooza announces a rather dance-centric 2014 lineup, and chill-out champion Bonobo chats by firelight. Right this way for today’s link-o-rama.
Today, in our action-packed Tuesday edition, we’ve got Carl Craig launching a new club residency in Brooklyn, Disclosure kicking-off their ferocious Wild Life Tour in LA, Kaskade releasing new music while ranting about his recent label woes in 140 characters, and so much more. Let’s get to it.
There sure has been a lot of ink spilled on Skrillex these last few months (yep—guilty as charged), and with his Rolling Stone cover story out recently, it’s been revealed that he grew up in a house of Scientologists—and, in his characteristically positive fashion, he says his experience with the church was all good. Come on in to read more about it, and to check out a new mix from Seth Troxler and new tunes from Mosca and Garden City Movement.
If you’re going to Miami, you probably don’t need 25 DJ sets to get you excited—you’re pretty stoked already. Nevertheless, we’ve got those for you, and an interview with one of the guys who made that wild video for DJ Snake and Lil Jon (see screencap above). Of course, there’s much more, too, including reports from Kraftwerk’s tour, details on KaZantip, and A-Trak’s thoughts on what’s needed in music, so come on in.
Some tour news, mappings for Traktor and Live, new tracks from Andy Stott and Miles Whittaker, and interviews with Xosar and Juju & Jordash round out today’s roundup, so come on in and check it out.