Watch Justice provide a spellbinding, meticulously hectic set at 2006′s I Love Techno set in Belgium.
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Started from the bottom now the whole team here.
Above & Beyond released their first single as OceanLab ‘Clear Blue Water’ 15 years ago with Justine Suissa.
This weekend, Tomorrowland has held its twelfth annual festival in Boom, Belgium. Slightly north of Brussels, the festival has become an archetype that many festivals since have attempted to emulate, or even replicate. Tomorrowland’s influence is so vast that a number of internationally-renowned DJs have attributed their success to being booked in the festival’s early days.
Perhaps more so than any prior production, “I Know the Truth,” Smith’s 2011 foray into dubstep, helped catapult Pretty Lights into the public eye. Characterized by ominous piano, forlorn vocals, and eruptive bass, “I Know the Truth” served as Pretty Lights’ de facto opening overture through the run of his “Towers” phase of 2011-2012 performances.
Gesaffelstein and Brodinski’s Sónar set delves into some of the darkest, most virulent techno of the day, but also contains vivacious tech house cuts that demonstrate the evolution that both artists have undergone.
The moment Skrillex changed the game.
Weekend Rewind: Sasha’s finely-tuned edit to ‘Innocence’/’What Do You Say Now’ mashup from Coachella 2011
We look back at Sasha’s dark edit of his mashup ‘What Do You Say Now’/'Innocence’ that he debuted as his Coachella 2011 opener.
Dancing Astronaut reminisces on Trentemøller’s ‘Essential Mix of the Year’ from 2006 in anticipation of his fourth album, ‘Fixion.’
This weekend we look back at Adam K & Soha’s seminal remix of ‘Need To Feel Loved.’
A decade later, the influence of Daft Punk’s groundbreaking set at Coachella 2006, when they debuted their innovative pyramid stage, can still be felt.
This weekend we go back and reminisce with Cosmic Gate’s classic trance single “Exploration of Space” from 2001.
20 years ago, Sasha and John Digweed released what many consider to be the greatest mix album of all-time, Northern Exposure.
We take it back to “Unison” off of Porter Robinson’s debut EP, ‘Spitfire,’ which was OWSLA’s first-ever release.
Though Gesaffelstein had begun to set his foundations in place two years before his seminal 2011 EP, Conspiracy, Pt.2, he was far from the iconic status he reached following the uncharted, utterly umbral territory that he was soon to define.
It’s the summer of 2008. Some wiry figure from Toronto is making headlines with a string of releases like “Faxing Berlin” and “Jaded.” When Pete Tong secures him for his debut Essential Mix, the enthusiasm in his voice tells all.
Let this throwback of Eric Prydz’s remix of “Blue Monday” hold you over until his debut album comes out.
In this 2003 Ultra promotional video, which spotlights the Miami-based festival surrounding its 5th — yes, 5th — annual event, we get a very different taste of our world.
This is what Ultra Music Festival looked like in 2003 was posted by Dylan Farella, and appeared first on Dancing Astronaut.
Back in 2007, Glenn Morrison brought “Contact” to mau5trap. While the origins of the production have since been contested, the track remains one of the most classic progressive house tracks to date.
Weekend Rewind: Glenn Morrison – Contact (Original Mix) was posted by Michael Sundius, and appeared first on Dancing Astronaut.
Back in 2008, Zimmerman sat down with Future Music Magazine for an in-depth explanation of his live setup.
Weekend Rewind: deadmau5 explains his live setup from 2008 was posted by Michael Sundius, and appeared first on Dancing Astronaut.
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