The World Club Dome made its debut in Asia recently.
Unfortunately when it comes to the music industry, a weird standard of fandom exists that involves being able to get into shows for free. Some people decide to write for blogs, others make friends with local promoters. Unfortunately both men and women also take uh, more creative routes to get into their favorite shows for free. Obviously there is a lot of partying that goes on in the music industry as well.
Earlier this week, Martin Garrix revealed that he was smack in the middle of exporting a new AREA21 record which should have fans salivating over the prospect of what’s to come for that project next year.
To date, AREA21, which consists of Garrix and rapper Maejor, hasn’t been the most prolific with just three records in a span of over 18 months. Garrix revealed the record via Instagram Story and all we know right now is that it’s called “It Doesn’t Really Matter,” and though there’s literally other information available at this time this should hopefully give AREA21 fans something to look forward to.
Avicii‘s touring retirement is still fresh in a lot of our minds seeing as it wasn’t all that long ago (March 2016), but since then the Swedish superstar has kept himself busy with new music and even a documentary. True Stories was revealed to the public last month at an exclusive one-night-only viewing at 600 screens in just 40 countries.
David Guetta and Afrojack have dropped a new collaborative track, titled ‘Dirty Sexy Money’. You can listen to it below.
The new material from the EDM powerhouses is co-produced by Skrillex, and features Charli XCX and French Montana on vocals.
‘Dirty Sexy Money’ was premiered during Guetta’s final performance at Amsterdam Dance Event, when he was joined on stage by Afrojack.
Static favourite Jauz has announced on Facebook that he plans to talk less during his sets.
It’s a complaint as old as time… “You talk too much during your sets!”
Whether or not it’s actually true of Jauz is beside the point, but the producer/DJ is pledging to do less of it anyway. Via a post on Facebook yesterday, Jauz posted a picture of him figuratively handing the mic off, writing, “Me handing the mic off bc I’m pledging to stop talking on it as much during my sets for u guys [sic]”.
Given that Static was born in Manchester, this is exciting news for us!
Shot in a film noir style, the documentary ‘Manchester Keep On Dancing’ focuses its attention on the explosion of acid house in Manchester during the 80s at clubs like The Haçienda.
Featuring testimonials from international stars including Laurent Garnier, Todd Terry and Carl Craig, the documentary will also feature interviews with local heroes like Mike Pickering and Justin Robertson.
Andy C — legendary DJ and owner of RAM Records — has joined a wealth of top artists and labels in creating a new drum & bass-only Spotify playlist.
Using the tag #iluvdrumandbass, the likes of DJ Fresh, Noisia, Hospital Records stars Fred V & Grafix, Loadstar, High Contrast, and Shogun Audio boss Friction, plus labels such as Viper Recordings, Eatbrain and many more have been promoting the playlist via Twitter to bring together the community and share the music they love.
If you love D&B, click Read More as we have the playlist inside this post!
Major Lazer and the trio’s historic 2016 Havana, Cuba performance are the focus of forthcoming documentary ‘Give Me Future’. The documentary premieres 17th November via Apple Music.
Hosted outside of the United States Embassy in Cuba, the performance unexpectedly drew nearly half-a-million spectators. The documentary offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse at how the event came together.
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Porter Robinson has cemented himself as a legend of dance music in almost no time at all. Breaking onto the scene fairly quickly with his debut album ‘Spitfire’ Porter continued to demonstrate his range as his style largely changed. His classic track ‘Language’ will always go down in history as one of the best dance music releases of all time.
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MUST DIE! and Skrillex once upon a time dropped an absolutely monster track known as ‘VIP’. Even in it’s original mix form the song was absolutely extraordinary. That was not enough for MUST DIE! though. He decided to return to the studio and rank the intensity level up to 11 on his latest VIP remix of ‘VIP’.