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    • OzClubbers
      By OzClubbers
      In 2013, Swedish superstar Avicii was locked in as a headliner for Future Music Festival, alongside acts like The Prodigy, Boys Noize, and Zeds Dead.
      But a few days before he was due to take the stage at the festival’s first leg in Brisbane, organisers announced that the ‘Levels’ hitmaker would no longer be performing in the city or at the following event in Perth. FMF cited “stomach-related issues”, for which Avicii was hospitalised as soon as he landed in the country.
      Tim Bergling was also forced to cancel his lone Brisbane sideshow at The Met the following weekend, due to the severe ongoing illness. Bergling completed his Future shows in Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne, but his health issues continued to dog him — he cancelled his closing set at Ultra Music Festival a year later, then subsequently scrapped all of this remaining shows.
      Read More Watch DJs Open Up About Drug Addiction And Mental Health In This New Doco   Bergling has now shared intimate and confronting footage of just what happened behind-the-scenes of that fateful Australian tour, which makes up a short part of his just-released documentary True Stories. 
      The 3-minute clip sees Bergling in a hospital bed, being advised by doctors in Brisbane that his gallbladder would have to be removed — and then a day later being asked by his tour manager about doing interviews for Future Music, all the while looking like he could pass out at any moment. It’s a sobering watch.
      Bergling — who retired from touring in 2016 — has spoken at length about his struggles with the mental and physical pressure of DJing, telling inthemix in 2013 that his constant drinking and partying had landed him in hospital back in 2012.
      He’s since made a comeback to dance music, releasing his Avīci (01) EP two months ago. He currently has no plans to return to the road.
      Watch the clip below.

      The post Avicii reveals what really happened on his disastrous 2013 Australian tour appeared first on inthemix.
      Source: InTheMix
    • OzClubbers
      By OzClubbers
      After tweeting a short cryptic teaser that had the Bassnectar family clamoring over possible upcoming events, Bassnectar has officially revealed his return to Chicago, IL, March 30–31, 2018, after a seven year Windy City hiatus. The two-night run features an incredibly diverse cast of bass music’s most promising rising talent, including REZZ, TroyBoi, TOKiMONSTA, Ivy Lab, Danny Corn, and Bay Area newcomer Andreilien.
      The theme of the spring time gathering, according to Bassnectar’s official blog, is set to “…celebrate the dawning of Spring: rebirth, regeneration, and a radiant gratitude for life.” The whole team promises to amp up all levels of art, music, interactivity, and community as well with staples like The Haven and The Gift Altar.
      The spring announcement also comes as the first of four seasonal gatherings in 2018, of which Lorin Ashton presents as a bit of a jigsaw to be decoded by his devoted followers. The Bassnectar team will be planting tiny reveals and clues over the coming months as to dates, themes, locations, and line-up support. But for now:
      Pre-sale tickets for the Spring special event will go on sale Wednesday, November 15th at 12pm ET. Regular tickets will go on sale the following day, also at 12pm ET. Read the full announcement on Bassnectar’s official blog.
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      Source: Dancing Astonaut
    • OzClubbers
      By OzClubbers
      One of the biggest mysteries surrounding next year’s Electric Daisy Carnival was undoubtedly how camping would be handled. I say “was” because today the details have just been revealed, and it’s not really like any other camping festival out there right now.
      First and foremost, there is no natural grass at the Las Vegas Speedway. After all, it is a desert. So driving up with just your tent and some stakes isn’t really an option – camping at EDC will remain a sort of VIP experience even at the most basic level, where campers can either drive in their own RVs or stay in some pre-furnished “pods” that have been set up by Insomniac.
      Still, you can expect the same kind of campground experiences you would get at Middlelands, Electric Forest, or Beyond Wonderland… for a premium.
      “Every year I challenge myself to find ways that we can enhance the EDC experience,” said Pasquale Rotella, Founder and CEO of Insomniac. “One of my dreams has always been to create an immersive camping element to the festival, and I’m proud to announce that today, that idea becomes a reality with Camp EDC. We’re building out an expansive campground complete with air-conditioned ShiftPod tents and a drive-your-own RV option, in addition to a full center camp area called The Mesa that features tons of amenities and activities like daytime pool parties, yoga, group exercise classes, a curated speaker series, 24-hour food and beverage options, go-kart racing and plenty of art. There are so many things our Headliners can explore in Camp EDC, but the most exciting part is that people will be able to connect with one another in a completely new way.”
      As we mentioned before, EDC Vegas won’t be a “bring your own tent” kind of camping experience. Instead, all of the tent camping options are within ShiftPod2 structures; these are fully enclosed, lockable, and dust-controlled, with artificial grass flooring, air conditioning, interior lighting, and 4-port USB strips. This option begins at $1,199 per group of up to four people, and includes one vehicle pass.
      The inaugural Camp EDC program will introduce three options:
      Moonglow Camping ($1,199 per group, includes all taxes and fees): One vehicle pass plus accommodations for up to four people. Bedding is not included. Desert Rose Premiere Camping ($1,499 per group, includes all taxes and fees): Accommodations for up to two people. Includes one vehicle pass, one deluxe queen bed or two single beds with linens and pillows, premier location closest to the festival entrance, and exclusive access to dedicated Desert Rose Camping showers and A/C restrooms. Bring-Your-Own RV ($329 per RV, includes all taxes and fees): Accommodations for up to eight people. RV campers will receive a 15-foot x 50-foot parking space, one vehicle pass, access to tent camping bathrooms and showers, and all Mesa amenities. Water and power can be purchased separately. All RVs must have a working air conditioner powered by an on-board generator. Extra add-ons will be available for purchase on the EDC Las Vegas Camping website.
      The Mesa will be available to all campers, and will serve as a sort of home base to congregate before or after the festival, or when you just need to head back to camp for a breather.
      Featured amenities include:
      Thursday night kick-off party in the campgrounds featuring special guest DJ sets on the Parliament Art Car Go-kart racing Expansive Mesa pool complete with palm trees and walk-up bars Glitter and jewel makeovers Hair cuts, beard trims, and styling at the Barber Shop, open daily Airbrush body art Traditional yoga, acrobatic yoga, meditation, and Reiki cleansing Sound healing Rave aerobics and hula hoop classes Live model art Field day games like foot races, tug-o-war, and scavenger hunts Speaker series and comedic character performances Women’s wellness workshops Shaded spaces and misting stations with artificial grass A variety of food truck options serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks Beverage stands featuring alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 24-hour filtered water, medical, security and Ground Control services A general store, an information booth and a lost & found Free charging stations A shuttle service to nearby grocery stores (at extra cost) Pedicab service to and from the festival (at extra cost) Camp EDC passes will be available to festival pass holders first, on Wednesday, November 15, at 12 PM PT, followed by the general on sale, Thursday, November 16 at 12 PM PT, here.
      This article was first published on Your EDM.
      Source: EDC Las Vegas Reveals Details For Camping At 2018 Festival
      Source: YourEDM
    • OzClubbers
      By OzClubbers

      Nice and easy summer vibes going on here.
      She is a Ukrainian girl and she is proud of it. The DJ touring most in all history of her country , born to a small family in a tiny village. A talented girl without any musical education – Nastia. Her career started unexpectedly in 2005 in the city called Donetsk.
      Since 2006 Nastia gained experience as a promoter, stage manager and radio show host. But her main occupation is DJing.
      For five consecutive years Nastia worked on projects of Kazantip (2006-2011). Since 2006 she has her weekly radio show  at the infamous and most popular radio stations of Europe – KISS FM Ukraine. Now its her whole project, which includes a radio show,  conceptual parties and a vinyl label, which started this year – all combined under influential name ‘Propaganda’.
      Nastia is one of very fe..
      I was born in a small village in the east of Ukraine to a normal family. Nobody was a musician in my family and there was no opportunity to obtain musical education. But I loved to dance and danced well. Through all my school years I was involved in social activities, I took part in school activities and was very active and enthusiastic.
      I have two older sisters, who lived in the near by city – Donetsk. I visited them every two weeks and this is where my first visit to nightclubs happened. This is where I realized what I wanted and everything came into focus…
      I finished school in my dear little village and then went on to the university of Donetsk to the Marketing faculty.
      I immediately found my first job as a dancer in the best club of the city. After some time, this was not enough anymore, and I wanted to move forward, so I began to spin. That was 2005….
      In 2006 was the first time I came to Kazantip. Since then many things have changed. I changed.
      I worked in Kazantip since 2006 until 2011, playing in different parties, managing the studio of the infamous KISS FM radio station, where I also have my own radioshow. Now this weekly radioshow of mine is called  ‘Propaganda’, which is also the name for my new label, launched recently in 2013.
      Since 2009 I have been touring frequently. The last three years I have had no free weekends. I have played in many cities throughout Europe and further abroad to Japan, North Africa, South America, Mauritius. In Russia and Ukraine I am performing less now.
      For a short time I also worked as a promoter, organizing my own parties. Later on I just decided to work on one event once a year together with the team Feeleed from Odessa. This event, which we make together is my birthday party, where my friends and close artists gather from all over the world.
      I have never been a resident of any club, but recently this changed; I simply could not resist the offer from Arma17 and since 2010 I am their resident and this is a big honor for me.
      Arma17 is something unique. I can not even a club, it’s just so much more. It’s much more important, more interesting and complete. It’s one of a kind in the whole world and it’s my second home. Soon after I also joined the Feeleed family, they became my family in Ukraine.
      I am not a producer. I am a true DJ. I am one of a few, who builds their music career through the performance of DJ’ing. I spend time in the studio over the last 2 years, but for now there is still not enough to present for your musical pleasure. Although producing doesn’t really interest me – I know that my best skill is at mixing records.
      In 2011 the first release was made of mine and Sasha’s (Alexander Pavlenko / Sunchase) collaboration named ‘He & She’ on the label Musik Gewinnt Freunde. Until today it’s our only release, because we are both busy at the moment. There is little time left for studio for me, so I use this time to producer under the name ‘Nastia’.
      Recently I was part of the Bullitt Agency. We worked together just one year. But circumstances forced this to end and my decision was to continue on my own, how I always worked before.
      I love my hobby, which transformed into my profession and my way of life during recent years. My aim is to see as many people as possible on the dancefloor and to dance with them, leading the mood with what unites us all – music.  I am what I do.
      The post Nastia – sunset dnb mixmag set appeared first on Drum and Bass News.
      Source: Drum and Bass News
    • OzClubbers
      By OzClubbers
      Berlin Bass Collective have been in the Berlin club scene for a while, so...
      The post Justin Ramsey – Circus – Berlin Bass Collective – NDM Premiere appeared first on No Dough Music.
      Source: No Dough Music

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