Creamfields recently revealed their lineup for the August Bank Holiday weekender, where over 80,000 music fans will be making their visit to Daresbury in Cheshire for the four-day camping event to see some of the biggest names in electronic music.
Producer and label boss Ceri steps into 2024 with a brand-new EP ‘Can’t Pay My Bills”, which is out 1 March on her own label Find Your Own Records. Tested out at Heidegluhen and Panorama Bar, the EP will be available on vinyl featuring two exclusive vinyl-only remixes from D’Julz, with Ceri’s original tracks to be released digitally later this summer.
Meat Katie & Elite Force have probably been involved in the breakbeat sound from its start, laying the foundations and helping to craft the blueprint for a genre that exploded globally. The British producers can lay claim to many of the scene’s tunes, and one of the most definitive is their collaboration ‘Lazer’, which first arrived as a vinyl-only dancefloor track in 2006.
Carl Cox recently embarked on new tour dates, bringing his live show to stages across North America. The tour kicked off Friday at EDC Mexico in Mexico City, continued at the Fillmore in Denver on Saturday, and then at the Skyline Festival in Los Angeles yesterday.
Hailing from West Lothian in Scotland, LF System is a duo impacting the dance music scene with their productions. The two are making their debut on Insomniac Records with their new single ‘All I've Got’, an uplifting disco record that loops around funky basslines, brass melodies, guitar strums, rhythmic patterns and an aesthetic that has possibly become synonymous with their sound.
Dor Dekel is apparently one of Tel Aviv's leading talents and, over the last 20 years, has served up Afro and tech house sounds that have won support from the likes of Carl Cox and Mark Knight. He has his own Line Out radio show on 100FM and has played events like Art Basel in Miami and the Tomorrowland festival.
Electric Dreams returns on Sunday, 26 May, with a Bank Holiday party on the stunning rooftop terrace of the Radisson Red hotel in Glasgow. To be hosted by its promoters, DJs Michael Kilkie and Jon Mancini, the duo will also be joined for their set by vocalist Heather Kane, with many guests appearing throughout the event.
Spencer Parker’s latest track, ‘To The Edge’ is as simple as it is effective, with its groove underpinning its riff and vocal. Paired back and Euro-influenced, the track is from a DJ/producer who has grown his profile by turning his hand to a myriad of disco, house and techno styles.
The GRAMMY-nominated Swedish House Mafia (Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso and Axwell) recently announced their return to Ushuaïa Ibiza this summer with a six-show residency, which kicks off on 21 July, with the trio then playing every Sunday through to 25 August.
Moby lands on Defected for the very first time with ‘You & Me’, a collaborative package with Anfisa Letyago, featuring remixes from Deetron and Girls of the Internet. Moby’s releases since the 1991 mainstream breakthrough ‘Go’ have probably cemented him as one of electronic music’s most well-known artists, with over 20 million records sold worldwide encompassing all genres from downtempo, punk and rock to house, electronic and ambient.