Welcome to our awesome Thursday edition of the Morning Roundup. Today, we’ve got Deadmau5 taking controversial Toronto mayor Rob Ford on a Coffee Run, Thump dropping the 10 best sets from Tomorrowland’s weekend two, and the people of Berlin’s Berghain club. Right this way for our complete wrap-up.
Stereosonic, Australia’s biggest dance music festival, has just revealed its massive 2014 line-up and they’re certainly pulling no punches. Marquee headline talent for day one includes Scottish fan favorite Calvin Harris, Tiësto, Disclosure, Diplo, Duke Dumont, RL Grime, DJ Snake, and more. While day two is certainly shaping up with LA-based dubstep powerhouse Skrillex, Steve Aoki, Hot Since 82, Carl Cox, Showtek, Porter Robinson, and Jack Beats among others.
Welcome to our round-up overload Thursday edition of the Morning Roundup. Today, we’re spotlighting the ten best sets from the first weekend of Tomorrowland 2014, Fact pulling together the best free sets on the Net this week, and Boiler Boom delivering three solid hours with UK grime’s biggest stars. Right this way for our complete wrap-up.
Welcome to our Tuesday edition of the Morning Roundup. Today, we’ve got Deadmau5 teasing his Gumball 3000 driving performance, a second fatality is being reported in the aftermath of EDC Las Vegas 2014, and some of the festival’s best sets. Right this way for our complete wrap-up.
Welcome to our action-packed Monday edition of the Morning Roundup. Today, we’ve got EDC 2014 going off in Las Vegas, Duke Dumont dropping his latest smash “Won’t Look Back,” and Q-Tip prepping a 25th anniversary reissue of Low End Theory. Right this way for our complete wrap-up.
Welcome to our Aloha Friday edition of the Morning Roundup. Today, we’ve got Skream launching his new house label Of Unsound Mind, FaltyDL previewing his upcoming album Into The Wild and taking a trip back in time to ’90s Detroit on the eve of Movement this weekend. Right this way for our complete wrap-up.
If you’re a dedicated fan of techno (or any style of underground dance music, really), you’re likely well aware of Movement, Detroit’s longstanding Memorial Day Weekend festival that celebrates the city’s place in the pantheon of dance music. Of course, the lineup is a stellar one, seeing the likes of Richie Hawtin, Carl Cox, Bonobo, DJ Sneak, Claude VonStroke, and tons more perform at Hart Plaza over the course of three days. But, as with any festival of this stature, there is a host of side- and after-parties taking place throughout the hallowed home of techno, and Resident Advisor has rounded up a number of them.
As the saying goes, it’s all about having the right tool for the job. In the case of the modern working DJ, that right tool is the Pioneer CDJ that’s the current industry standard. Pioneer DJ has just released a new five-minute video celebrating two decades of designing DJ technology, focusing on the evolution of the CDJ. Catch Carl Cox, James Zabiela, Jazzy Jeff, Laidback Luke, Paul Oakenfold, and more all share their personal stories of encountering Pioneer’s early CDJ gear and how they believe it changed the current state of DJing.
Tickets purchased. Hotels booked. Bags already packed. With Detroit’s historic Movement Electronic Music Festival just over a week away, the countdown can truly begin. Now, our collective attention turns toward the lineup. This year’s truly massive performance roster boasts over 150 acts including notable standouts such as Underground Resistance, Richie Hawtin, Carl Cox, Green Velvet, Stacey Pullen, Kenny Larkin, Kevin Saunderson, Seth Troxler, and Jeff Mills, among many, many others.
In 17-days time, it’s all going down in the Motor City. Movement Electronic Music Festival, one of the world’s premier electronic music events that celebrates Detroit’s influential musical legacy, revealed its stellar stage lineups for its 2014 installment as well as the addition of the Silent Disco stage to the festival.