While new rumors spark up almost every day saying that Daft Punk will be touring in 2013 at festivals like Coachella, Bestival festival organizer Rob Da Bank revealed in an interview with eFestivals that this will not be happening. When asked if he ever worries about getting drunk and leaking a lineup early, Rob Da …[full article]
For those of you that are unfamiliar, Jacob Dilßner aka Wankelmut is a 25 year old DJ from Berlin whose rise to fame has been somewhat unique. Like many budding producers and DJs, Wankelmut learned his craft through years of playing second, third, and sometimes fourth to larger artists. He refined his production skills, put …[full article]
Back on October 19th, deadmau5 performed a secret show and was interviewed live by Jason Bentley at the Sonos Studio in Hollywood. The performance was in an intimate setting for a small group of lucky fans and was recorded for broadcast on KCRW’s show “Morning Becomes Eclectic.” If you weren’t lucky enough to attend the …[full article]
Featuring 15 brand new, unreleased tracks including an exclusive by Nicky Romero entitled “Se7en,” Cr2 Records are excited to announce their 2012 Miami WMC Compilation release – Miami 2012 – mixed by MYNC and Nicky Romero. This release is going to be all about big-room madness from Nicky, MYNC and friends including Hardwell, Chuckie, Sandro …[full article]
Check out this up close & personal interview with Afrojack by dutch celebrity reporter Peter Van Der Vorst. The interview isn’t in English but it contains subtitles.
With pop artists and Korn now experimenting with dubstep and working with EDM producers like Excision, Feed Me and Kill The Noise, they’re bringing the electronic sound to people who once thought it was all “techno” and that they weren’t supposed to like it. In a recent interview with MTV, Jonathan Davis of Korn said, …[full article]
Crookers (Phra and Bot) took some time to film and talk about their ideas behind their latest album ‘Dr Gonzo’. The Italian DJ/production duo describe the new album with the Italian word “accrocchio,” that in English can be translated as a “kludge”. A kludge is a quick-and-dirty solution, a clumsy, yet effective, way to solve …[full article]