Electric Paradise is one of the few festivals that has started to close the gap on what we know as the typical festival season, bringing the one-day event to the Dominican Republic this December. As the launch of the tropical festival’s second edition nears, the full lineup of over 30 artists has been announced – and it’s a winner. Rising stars, Anna Lunoe and Kill Them With Colour, will perform alongside heavyweights such as Skrillex, Diplo, Steve Angello, Major Lazer, Porter Robinson, and many more. In addition to the all-star program, Electric Paradise promises a multi-stage layout, and art, food, …read more
LVNDSCAPE’s music is made for the summer, but there’s something about the bright melodies and sun-soaked instruments that make it perfect for any time of the year. The mysterious producer has been quietly making waves with his summer-ready take on house music, and now, he’s tabbed the talented Joel Baker for vocals on “Speeches.”
Hardwell is gearing up to close out the year with a bang. On December 13, he will attempt to set a new record for the world’s largest guestlist in Mumbai by opening his personal guest list to 100,000 fans. Before he makes his stop in India, the Dutch superstar has just released the remix album for his magnum opus, United We Are. With contributions from dance music mainstays, like Armin Van Buuren, W&W, Bingo Players, Vicetone, and Chocolate Puma, United We Are Remixed has its sights set high.
It’s been almost a year since The Guvernment shut its doors once and for all. North America’s longest-running entertainment complex, which featured a maximum capacity of over 5,000 people, closed its doors in style after 19 years as the undisputed king of Canada with a three night b2b2b showcase featuring Armin van Buuren, Knife Party, and Toronto’s very own Deadmau5 back on January 23/24/25 of this year. Since then, Toronto’s spent the last year trying to find a spiritual successor to the nightclub. INK Entertainment, the owners of The Guvernment, founder and CEO Charles Khabouth believes he has finally found …read more
Wiki, a 22-year-old from the Upper West Side, is best known as the linchpin in Ratking, the trio whose 2014 LP So It Goes is one of the clearest articulations of New York City in the 21st century. Lots of the writing, critical and otherwise, about the group’s music has really been about revivalism. Is Ratking bringing the ’90s back? Should they bring the ’90s back? (How much Avirex do they own?) In reality, both So It Goes and the follow-up EP, 700 Fill, are forward-thinking. The group’s ties to Clinton-era New York are ethereal—Wiki’s affinity …read more