Posts tagged with "May15"

04 June 2015
After an apparent successful event last year, Exit and Ministry of Sound join forces again to create another party on Saturday 20 June. Headlining the night will be Simian Mobile Disco, joined by Kim Ann Foxman, wAFF and SE7EN in the main room, The Box. James Ford and Jas Shaw aka Simian Mobile Disco burst onto the scene with their 2007 album ‘Attack Decay Sustain Release’, which garnered rave reviews and established SMD as credible purveyors of electronic music.
31 May 2015
Bestival’s overseas baptism is fast approaching, taking place on 12-13 June on Toronto Island, Canada. The event has all manner of mayhem going on including madness from Newmindspace, the creators of International Pillow Fight Day, who will be ambushing the unsuspecting with Bubble Battle Flash Mobs, plus there will be a troupe of dancers, The Mystical Eclipse Clan, holding court at the Bollywood Temple and dancing around the rest of Bestival.

30 May 2015
Following the release of his most recent track ‘Intoxicated’ earlier this year, Martin Solveig now returns with his next piece of music, ‘+1’, which features Sam White. Now available to stream in full following a recent first play on Pete Tong’s iBBC Radio 1 show, the track will be released on 8 June via Spinnin’ Records. The track finds Solveig blending dance heavy, synth-laden rhythms with Sam White’s catchy, pop-infused vocal hooks, to deliver a record that nods to both...
29 May 2015
The festival season in Scotland gets underway today with The Electric Frog & Pressure Riverside Festival which should see 8,000 clubbers descend on Glasgow for possibly Scotland’s biggest electronic dance festival. Taking place at Glasgow’s award winning Riverside Museum, the event finds an international line-up which includes Cocoon’s Sven Väth and Ricardo Villalobos plus exclusive Riverside sets from the likes of Siriusmodeselektor - the combination of Siriusmo and Modeselektor –...

Cover art by Pilar Zeta & Jimmy Edgar 
29 May 2015
Following last year's ‘Silicon’, Danny Daze releases his second EP for Ultramajic, ‘Dual’. Of Cuban descent and raised in Miami, Daze grew up steeped in b-boy culture before beginning his exploration into the electronic music realms. Apparently praised for his diversity, his vision is to break sonic boundaries, whilst preserving music's integrity, both in the studio and behind the decks.
29 May 2015
The latest remix package of Art Department’s Natural Selection album, sees DJ Tennis and Chaim rework ‘Walls’. The start of 2015 has become a big time for Art Department with Kenny Glasgow recently departing to focus on solo projects and Jonny White stepping up to take on the AD mantle alone, kicking off with a brand new compilation album for fabric. Exciting new directions for both parties sit against the backdrop of the still very much active sophomore Art Department album, ‘Natural...

28 May 2015
Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, recently embraced the People of Tomorrow, saying “let’s work as one towards dignity for all.” This message was engraved on a wooden board and mounted as part of One World Project, the 600m long bridge at the recreational domain De Schorre, designed by Arne Quinze. The permanent bridge is also a piece of art within the Tomorrowland venue. The meeting occurred in Brussels, Belgium with Michiel and Manu Beers, the founder-brothers of...
28 May 2015
After breakthrough releases on the likes of Ultra, Spinnin’ and Monstercat, as well as DJ Mag Top 100 placements in 2012 and 2013, Project 46 have returned to unveil their new release on Ultra Music. ‘Beautiful (It Hurts)’ is the first single from their highly anticipated debut album.

28 May 2015
As summer approaches and temperatures rise, Nite Grooves release their fifth instalment of ‘A Long Hot Summer’, with the first being compiled and mixed by Balearic producer Kiko Navarro and subsequent yearly comps by Chris Brann (Ananda Project, Wamdue Project, P'Taah). Brazilian DJ Meme and San Francisco’s Julius Papp. This time the honours go to former Basement Boy DJ Spen. With a career spanning over 20 years and releases on labels such as Quantize Recordings, Room Control, Defected,...
27 May 2015
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs’ label Nice Age has just dropped the ‘Tokyo’ EP, featuring three house cuts from New York producer MANIK. Since its inception in 2011 Nice Age has hosted the likes of Radio Slave, Krankbrothers and Swick and now American producer MANIK, known for work on the likes of Ovum, Culprit and Black Butter, has been called in for the label’s ninth release.

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