Just about 2 weeks back, Vh1 Supersonic got us all pumped up when they announced Major Lazer and Alt-J as their first set of headliners.
Apart from his brilliant hologram filled EPIC 5.0 show, his Hï Ibiza residency, his India debut and playing alongside Deadmau5 to name a few highlights of 2017, Swedish progressive house maestro has had a very silent year so far in terms of new releases.
Earlier during the week, world #1 DJ/producer, Martin Garrix revealed that he was right in the middle of exporting a brand new AREA21 track.
Canadian record producer/DJ and boss of ‘mau5trap’ records, deadmau5 went all techno with his techmau5 set at his BBC 1 Radio residency.
American dub-step producer/DJ and boss of OWSLA Records, Skrillex has had a very fruitful 2017.
Exactly a week back, Norweigan Tropical House sensation, Kygo announced his upcoming album titled ‘Kids In Love’ and he also dropped the title track.
Marshmello finally drops his most awaited collaboration with American pop sensation, Selena Gomez – Wolves. Fans from both the camps were eagerly waiting this track to be released.
After already announcing some of the biggest dance music artists from around the world including Marshmello, Flume, Axwell /\ Ingrosso, R3HAB, Yellow Claw, Robin Schulz, Claptone, and Gui Boratto, the festival has now expanded their massive lineup once again with the addition of world-renowned French EDM producer DJ Snake, Belgium based techno aficionado Amelie Lens, and the legendary Dutch trance...
About 3 days back, fans at Amsterdam Music Festival were blessed by a star-studded back to back ‘II = I’ (Two Is One) performance by Dutch trance legend, Armin van Buuren & Dutch Electro House king, Hardwell.
Just as the festival season ended with the conclusion of an insane week at Amsterdam Dance Event and we are all setting in for the holiday break, the heavyweight music festivals are already making big plans for 2018.
French DJ/Producer, DJ Snake is all set to drop his new single – Broken Summer on Monday.
Asia’s best night club – Zouk Singapore has been pushing limits ever since moving its base to Clarke Quay.