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.
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike – not exactly my favourite EDM duo, well, not even close, let’s just say I don’t really care much for them or their music.
French DJ/Producer, DJ Snake deletes his Instagram and Twitter in addition to cancelling his performance at Hangout Festival in Alabama this weekend.
Niles Hollowell-Dhar also popularly known by his stage name KSHMR took over Twitter to make an exciting announcement. The big room producer announced that he’s working on something different with psychedelic trance duo – Vini Vici. He also claims the collaboration to be ‘Worldly’.
Last week was a big week for Scottish DJ Calvin Harris as he broke into the top 60 wealthiest in Scotland and also announced his upcoming star-studded album, ‘Funk Wav Bounces Vol.1’ featuring the likes of Katy Perry, John Legend, Snoop Dogg, Big Sean, Nicki Minaj, Future, Ariana Grande, Pharrell Williams and many more. Never have we seen so many celebrity collaborations in one album.
There’s no looking back for world #1 DJ Martin Garrix. Right from the time when he released 7 tracks in 7 days, Garrix has never failed to surprise us and has always exceeded expectations. He has been dropping new tracks left, right and centre. Obviously, he had something special planned for Coachella as well.
EDM is not new to social media banters. From Deadmau5 to Marshmello to The Chainsmokers, we’ve come a long way. But, we have something fresh off Twitter for 2017. This time it’s Oliver Heldens & Diplo, who were joined by Dillon Francis.
After having a massive 2016, American DJ duo, The Chainsmokers just bagged the Best Dance Recording Grammy for their single with Daya – “Don’t Let Me Down.”
One of 2016’s most successful duos, The Chainsmokers ended 2016 with a bang. Their performance at LACC (Los Angeles Convention Centre) on December 30th was the biggest headline show of their career.