Alain Macklovitch, better known by his stage name A-Trak, is a dance music producer and turntablist that won his first DJ competition at the young age of 15-years-old. Most veterans in the dance music scene tend to talk negative of the scene they helpe…
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What was supposed to be an introductory class into DJ’ing evolved into a large rave that police had to shut down.
Sonny Moore better known under his stage name Skrillex is an electronic music producer and DJ extraordinaire. Skrillex first started off his musical career by joining a post-hardcore band called From First to Last as the lead singer in 2004. In 2008, S…
Original Article from DJ Mag In a list released by the company TravelBird, long time trance (and in the last few years house) icons Tiesto and Paul Van Dyk took the #1 and #2 spots respectively as the most traveled musicians of all time. With Tiesto touring since 1994 and Van Dyk beginning a few years earlier in 1990,
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1001 tracklists just assembled its own ‘top 100 producers’ list, with a major twist.
Don’t like loud noises? Well then we recommend not living next to the 405 freeway, airports, railroad tracks and oh yeah, nightclubs. A local DJ by the name Timbee, real name Tim Lanzon, isn’t too pleased about residents moving into his area and then proceeding to complain about the noise coming from the clubs. “Do
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The progressive house duo behind “Sandcastles” have announced their official breakup after 4 years on Facebook. During a long post, Volt & State said “Today, we would like to announce the end of a journey that has been absolutely amazing for the last 4 years and one of the most beautiful and intense parts of
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The American DJ and producer’s monumental climb brought in nearly $100,000 in the name of brain cancer research.
Quentin Mosimann is a double-platinum certified progressive house and electro house DJ. As DJs continue to push the bar for their unique stage designs and DJ booths, Quentin decided to raise the bar even higher with his 26-foot tall structure that rises and tilts to a 70-degree angle. Quentin’s thought behind this was to allow fans to see the decks when he’s DJing. Quentin said that the stage can be “quite scary actually” but that it’s a “real roller coaster sensation.” Take a look at the video and pictures of the titled stage below: Photo Credit: Benoit Auguste / Pat
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A DJ from New York is claiming that Walgreens sold him defective earplugs and the results were tragic. Joseph Alpern has filed a lawsuit against Walgreens for a minimum of $640,000 after experiencing “an immediate sharp pain, accompanied by a ringing sound” after one of his sets. The DJ claims he used the earplugs during a gig in 2013. Following his DJ set, Alpern went to a specialist who told him he has permanent nerve damage. The specialist said that the earplugs were sealed too tightly and damaged his eardrums as soon as he pulled them out. After the experience,
A venue in Los Angeles called Cure And The Cause has just issued a new rule stating that there are to be “no more laptops in the DJ booth.” Kenny Summit who owns the venue stating “Unless you’re using it to control VINYL to do a turntablist type of set, a’la Jazzy Jeff type shit, or if you’re doing a LIVE thing where you’re actually programming shit on the fly. Keep your controller in your crib, dont come to work with training wheels.” Kenny went on to say that “LEARN THE TOOLS OF THE TRADE already. Pioneer isn’t going anywhere
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Ableton Tech Receives Call Of His Life Somebody over at Ableton recently had an incredibly stressful situation after having to solve a misfiring “Launch Pad” during a DJ’s live set… Well, at least that’s what the thought they were doing. DJ Skull Vomit, otherwise known as Tony Welter from Antwerp, made a prank call of epic proportions a few days ago, misleading some poor and unsuspecting technician to deal with the stresses of a live audience. Not much is known about the GrindCore producer, other than that he has a fairly large following and has a playlist solely dedicated to
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“The history of music and its roots are beautiful, we intend on preserving our inspirations, but also constantly being ahead of the curve, whether it be music, technology, fashion or events.” – Julio Galvez Director of Worldwide Bookings and Strategic Partnership at Soulection If you aren’t familiar with Soulection and what they’re doing across the globe […]
One of our favorite LA house labels is back again with another quality release. This time Nite Records has assigned Finland native, Selidos, on the release duties and he is not going to disappoint you. Following some big free download releases already with labels like Bodhi Collective, White Widow, and blanc, Selidos looks to finally release his […]
Chachi’s coming off of an impressive slew of deep house remixes including “Land Down Under” with Paige and his take on Timbalands’ “The Way I Are” which reached #1 on … Continue reading →
Skrillex can make anything, even K-Pop, and make it sound really, really good.
Think you’ve got what it takes to play Glastonbury. Step right up and show them what you’ve got.
At this year’s edition of CES, Panasonic finally showcased the brand new Grand Class Technics SL-1200G and limited edition Grand Class SL-1200GAE.
DJ Premier, arguably the most esteemed producer in hip hop history, and Royce Da 5’9″, one half of the legendary duo Bad Meets Evil (the other half being Eminem), teamed up last year to form the duo PRyhme. Their eponymous album was met with great fanfare and this year, they’re set to release a deluxe […]
SteveOHH! is not necessarily a musician, but he is in his own right. Steve’s been around for a while I believe a little after the Moombahton comet hit earth. Regardless how you see OHH! he is multitalented in basically any aspect of digital & social media. From his work with Arntrla bringing Moombahton Mondays to his crafty & cut throat artwork, the presentation of his stage name is something to ponder also. As a DJ, you can see in his BORED AF MINIMIXX that the blends & explosiveness in each song is pretty good for someone that doesn’t persue a music
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