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  1. I FIXED a smile. It felt lean. "Well, I guess, at least you're getting the right treatment now." My words sounded glib to me, too easily said, too little felt. Don’t get me wrong, I loved my sister. She was a far better person than I. When I was eight, she spent weeks painting my bedroom wall for no other reason than to delight her little brother. Slowly a glorious Smaug emerged, gloating over his gold-pile, to guard my sleep for many years. Ginny could spend months shopping for presents for upcoming birthdays; she agonised over every little choice. For Christmas lunch she made her own crackers, selected the toys and wrote the riddles and the jokes and cut out the crepe paper crowns, just for the joy it brought. If the situations were reversed, Ginny would know what to say. But my thoughts were too thick, too thickly coiled to properly empathise. Even then, as I felt for the next piece of small talk, my mind strayed to the things I wanted to do later. After a while I asked, "How are your room-mates?" A spark came to Ginny's eyes and she indicated I should come closer, dropping her voice so it would not carry. "They all seem pretty nice, but you should have seen this one lady. I’m telling you, Ruuuuffff. She'd fallen out of a car, drunk, and then - get this - been run over.” My mouth dropped. “I know, and that’s not even the funny thing. After they set her up in the room - " “Cleaned off the tire marks, that sort of thing - ” “Yeah, well she spent all afternoon making these loud phone calls to her rellys. Everybody on the ward could hear, and it wasn't like she was saying, 'I've been in a car accident, I'm in hospital but I'm okay'. The first thing out of her mouth was, 'Bring me my booze and my fags, and a fucken feed.' In that order." "You'd think, what with being run-over and all, you would have had enough to drink for one day." "I know, right?" We had a good chuckle over 'some' people. * * * * This blog is a story. Each post picks up from the last. If you are new, start at the bottom with post 1 and then work your way up. * * * * Enjoying what you're reading? Please take the time to follow the blog, like and comment. Your support means a lot. Also, sharing is caring. * * * *
  2. Amsterdam – Final call for Awakenings: New Years Day Special! This day will sell out within 24 hours. Timetable: 19.00 – 21.00 Roman Lindau 21.00 – 22.45 Remco Beekwilder 22.45 – 00.30 Charlotte de Witte 00.30 – 02.15 Sam Paganini 02.15 – 04.00 Len Faki (OFFICIAL) 04.00 – 05.45 Dax J 05.45 – 07.00 Headstrong ( Randomer & Clouds) Get your tickets: https://awak.enin.gs/2B5vxaM The post Awakenings: New Years Day Special will sell out within 24 hours appeared first on Techno Moves. Source: TechnoMoves.net
  3. Tastemakers don’t come much bigger than Deadmau5, which makes a shout-out from Joel Zimmerman himself is a Pretty Big Deal. So pop a bottle today for Sydney’s Made In Paris, who woke up to the news that dance music’s most hard to please man had included her track ‘Mass Movement’ in his official Spotify playlist. She’s in some very good company — there’s only 77 tracks on the playlist, and other artists given the Deadmau5 seal of approval include Shiba San, Gesaffelstein, Rezz, Matt Lange and Boards of Canada. Local techno connoisseurs will know Made In Paris as the producer responsible for some of the most exciting techno around at the moment — she’s a regular on the decks at parties like Motorik, the head of her own label Upon Access and her Mass Movement EP is out now on German label Salomo Records. Listen to ‘Mass Movement’ and the rest of Deadmau5’s Spotify playlist — titled ‘for lack of a better playlist’, naturally — below. The post Hear the Australian track Deadmau5 just gave a special shout out to appeared first on inthemix. Source: InTheMix
  4. Another headlining act has pulled out of boutique festival earthcore, only a day after they lost two artists over alleged payment disputes with the promoter. Los Angeles DJ Dirty Audio — who was locked in as a headliner at earthcore’s events in NSW, Queensland, and WA — contacted inthemix via Twitter this morning to say he will no longer be appearing at the festival: inthemix has contacted Audio and his managers for further information. As we reported yesterday, two of the festival’s headliners — Coming Soon and Phaxe — announced they would no longer be performing at the festival, citing payment disputes with the promoter. “The reason for the cancellation is because the owner of this festival didn’t pay us until now, and didn’t even book a flight,” Coming Soon wrote on Facebook. “[This is] after many threats of cancelling us if we will not be patient.” Danish artist Phaxe also dropped the news via Facebook, writing: “We are sorry to announce, that Phaxe…has to cancel the Australia tour for Earthcore, as the organizer did not fulfill the terms of our agreement.” Earthcore is due to take place between November 23 and 27 in Elmore, Victoria, with additional events taking place in NSW, Queensland, and QA; inthemix has again contacted earthcore founder Spiro Boursine for comment. Read More Looks like Earthcore Festival is in the middle of some serious drama   The post Another headliner has pulled out of Earthcore appeared first on inthemix. Source: InTheMix
  5. Celebrating its one year anniversary, Lausanne club FOLKLOR is set to slide into the new year with a fully stacked winter lineup of quality artists. FOLKOR rose from the ashes of the much-loved La Ruche, quickly building a reputation throughout the underground. The 300 person space prides itself in safeguarding its patrons, and preserving the intimate environment, by adopting a strict no-photos policy. Since its 2016 opening, the club has hosted everyone from Culoe de Song to Eagles & Butterflies, Hyenah to Mathew Jonson, and many, many more. Over the next few weeks, FOLKLOR will host the likes of Paul Woolford (18 Nov), Nastia (23 Nov), Nuno dos Santos (25 Nov), Prins Thomas (3 Dec), Baikal (23 Dec), and more, as well as a special 3 day weekend New Year’s Event. /*noinspection ALL*/ .dynamic_css { border: 0px solid #000000 !important; border-radius: 0px !important; -moz-border-radius: 0px !important; -webkit-border-radius: 0px !important; -khtml-border-radius: 0px !important; -o-border-radius: 0px !important; } p:empty { margin :0px !important; } .dynamic_css img { margin: 0 !important; padding: 0 !important; border: 0 !important; } .dynamic_css p { margin :0px !important; } .thumbnail_width1912 { width: 160px !important; height: 120px !important; box-sizing: border-box !important; } .images-in-row_1912 a, .widget-images-in-row_1912 a { border-bottom: none !important; } .images-in-row_1912 p, .widget-images-in-row_1912 p { margin :0px !important; } /*noinspection ALL*/ .imgLiquidFill { width: 160px !important; box-sizing: border-box !important; height: 120px !important; } .images-in-row_1912 { height: 145px !important; width: 340px !important; clear: both; } .images-in-row_1912 a { text-decoration:none !important; } .margin_thumbs { margin-right: 5px !important; margin-bottom: 5px !important; } .gallery-bank-filter-categories a { text-decoration: none !important; font-family: Verdana !important; font-size: 12px !important; } .gallery-bank-filter .gallery-bank-filter-categories a.act:first-child { background-color: #2a83ed !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-family: Verdana !important; font-size: 12px !important; } .gallery-bank-filter .gallery-bank-filter-categories a.act { background-color: #2a83ed !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-family: Verdana !important;; font-size: 12px !important; } .gallery-bank-filter .gallery-bank-filter-categories a.act:last-child { background-color: #2a83ed !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-family: Verdana !important; font-size: 12px !important; } .gallery-bank-filter-categories a:hover { color: #2a83ed !important; } /*noinspection ALL*/ .imgFilmstripFill { width: 90px; height: 75px; } ul#thumb_1912 { list-style: none !important; padding: 0 !important; margin: 10px 0 0 !important; display: inline-block; width: 310px !important; } div.img1912 img { width: 600px !important; box-sizing: border-box !important; } div.img1912 > div.filmstrip_description_black { width: 600px !important; bottom : 5px !important; margin-left : 0px !important; } div.img1912 > div.filmstrip_description_black > h5 { padding: 5px !important; margin: 5px !important; margin-left:0px !important; line-height: 1.5em !important; direction: inherit; text-align: center !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-size: 16px !important; } div.img1912 > div.filmstrip_description_black > p { padding: 10px 10px 0 10px !important; margin-left:0px !important; margin-bottom:0px !important; line-height: 1.5em !important; direction: inherit; text-align: center !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-size: 12px !important; } /*noinspection ALL*/ .opactiy_thumbs { opacity: 1 !important; -moz-opacity: 1 !important; -khtml-opacity: 1 !important; } /*noinspection ALL*/ .shutter-gb-img-wrap { margin-right: 5px !important; margin-bottom: 5px !important; } .overlay_text > h5 { margin-top:10px !important; padding: 0 10px 0 10px !important; line-height: 1.5em !important; direction: inherit !important; text-align: center !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-size: 16px !important; } .overlay_text > p { padding: 10px 10px 0 10px !important; line-height: 1.5em !important; direction: inherit !important; text-align: center !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-size: 12px !important; } .pp_pic_holder.pp_default { background-color: #ffffff; } div.pp_overlay { background-color: #000000 !important; opacity: 0.6 !important; -moz-opacity: 0.6 !important; filter: alpha(opacity=0.6); } .pp_description p { direction: inherit !important; color: #ffffff !important; text-align: left !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; font-size: 12px !important; } .pp_description h5 { direction: inherit !important; color: #ffffff !important; text-align: left !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; font-size: 16px !important; } .ppt { display: none !important; } div.pp_pic_holder { border: 5px solid #ffffff !important; border-radius: 5px !important; -moz-border-radius: 5px !important; -webkit-border-radius: 5px !important; -khtml-border-radius: 5px !important; -o-border-radius: 5px !important; } Website FOLKOR Page The post Lausanne No-Photo’s Club Folklor Rounds Out Year Celebrating First Anniversary appeared first on Deep House Amsterdam. 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  6. Celebrating its one year anniversary, Lausanne club FOLKLOR is set to slide into the new year with a fully stacked winter lineup of quality artists. FOLKOR rose from the ashes of the much-loved La Ruche, quickly building a reputation throughout the underground. The 300 person space prides itself in safeguarding its patrons, and preserving the intimate environment, by adopting a strict no-photos policy. Since its 2016 opening, the club has hosted everyone from Culoe de Song to Eagles & Butterflies, Hyenah to Mathew Jonson, and many, many more. Over the next few weeks, FOLKLOR will host the likes of Paul Woolford (18 Nov), Nastia (23 Nov), Nuno dos Santos (25 Nov), Prins Thomas (3 Dec), Baikal (23 Dec), and more, as well as a special 3 day weekend New Year’s Event. /*noinspection ALL*/ .dynamic_css { border: 0px solid #000000 !important; border-radius: 0px !important; -moz-border-radius: 0px !important; -webkit-border-radius: 0px !important; -khtml-border-radius: 0px !important; -o-border-radius: 0px !important; } p:empty { margin :0px !important; } .dynamic_css img { margin: 0 !important; padding: 0 !important; border: 0 !important; } .dynamic_css p { margin :0px !important; } .thumbnail_width7167 { width: 160px !important; height: 120px !important; box-sizing: border-box !important; } .images-in-row_7167 a, .widget-images-in-row_7167 a { border-bottom: none !important; } .images-in-row_7167 p, .widget-images-in-row_7167 p { margin :0px !important; } /*noinspection ALL*/ .imgLiquidFill { width: 160px !important; box-sizing: border-box !important; height: 120px !important; } .images-in-row_7167 { height: 145px !important; width: 340px !important; clear: both; } .images-in-row_7167 a { text-decoration:none !important; } .margin_thumbs { margin-right: 5px !important; margin-bottom: 5px !important; } .gallery-bank-filter-categories a { text-decoration: none !important; font-family: Verdana !important; font-size: 12px !important; } .gallery-bank-filter .gallery-bank-filter-categories a.act:first-child { background-color: #2a83ed !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-family: Verdana !important; font-size: 12px !important; } .gallery-bank-filter .gallery-bank-filter-categories a.act { background-color: #2a83ed !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-family: Verdana !important;; font-size: 12px !important; } .gallery-bank-filter .gallery-bank-filter-categories a.act:last-child { background-color: #2a83ed !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-family: Verdana !important; font-size: 12px !important; } .gallery-bank-filter-categories a:hover { color: #2a83ed !important; } /*noinspection ALL*/ .imgFilmstripFill { width: 90px; height: 75px; } ul#thumb_7167 { list-style: none !important; padding: 0 !important; margin: 10px 0 0 !important; display: inline-block; width: 310px !important; } div.img7167 img { width: 600px !important; box-sizing: border-box !important; } div.img7167 > div.filmstrip_description_black { width: 600px !important; bottom : 5px !important; margin-left : 0px !important; } div.img7167 > div.filmstrip_description_black > h5 { padding: 5px !important; margin: 5px !important; margin-left:0px !important; line-height: 1.5em !important; direction: inherit; text-align: center !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-size: 16px !important; } div.img7167 > div.filmstrip_description_black > p { padding: 10px 10px 0 10px !important; margin-left:0px !important; margin-bottom:0px !important; line-height: 1.5em !important; direction: inherit; text-align: center !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-size: 12px !important; } /*noinspection ALL*/ .opactiy_thumbs { opacity: 1 !important; -moz-opacity: 1 !important; -khtml-opacity: 1 !important; } /*noinspection ALL*/ .shutter-gb-img-wrap { margin-right: 5px !important; margin-bottom: 5px !important; } .overlay_text > h5 { margin-top:10px !important; padding: 0 10px 0 10px !important; line-height: 1.5em !important; direction: inherit !important; text-align: center !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-size: 16px !important; } .overlay_text > p { padding: 10px 10px 0 10px !important; line-height: 1.5em !important; direction: inherit !important; text-align: center !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-size: 12px !important; } .pp_pic_holder.pp_default { background-color: #ffffff; } div.pp_overlay { background-color: #000000 !important; opacity: 0.6 !important; -moz-opacity: 0.6 !important; filter: alpha(opacity=0.6); } .pp_description p { direction: inherit !important; color: #ffffff !important; text-align: left !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; font-size: 12px !important; } .pp_description h5 { direction: inherit !important; color: #ffffff !important; text-align: left !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; font-size: 16px !important; } .ppt { display: none !important; } div.pp_pic_holder { border: 5px solid #ffffff !important; border-radius: 5px !important; -moz-border-radius: 5px !important; -webkit-border-radius: 5px !important; -khtml-border-radius: 5px !important; -o-border-radius: 5px !important; } Website FOLKOR Page The post Lausanne No-Photo’s Club Folklor Rounds Out Year Celebrating First Anniversary appeared first on Deep House Amsterdam. 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  7. This year’s inaugural Goldrush Festival is gearing up to take place ahead of Thanksgiving in Arizona, wrangling together a star-studded dance and hip-hop leaning lineup across November 18 and 19. The event’s first year headliners include Dillon Francis, RL Grime, Migos, and Marshmello with additional top-name bookings that include Claude VonStroke (and Barclay Crenshaw), Baauer and A-Trak doing back-to-back, Exision, Rezz, and Lil Uzi Vert. Embracing the Arizona spirit, the festival’s wild west theme goes further than just Arizona’s iconic scenic backdrops. Goldrush is offering fans the chance to pan for gold with Mike Lion and Lee Reynolds as well as a desert jam out with Justin Jay. With Phoenix fans gearing up for another new festival this year, Goldrush is upping the ante with a fully immersive dive into the desert vibe, giving a few lucky fans the chance to get down wild west style with beloved Dirtybird affiliate Justin Jay and the Desert Hearts crew. Enter to win both meet & greets below. Enter to pan for gold with Mikey Lion and Lee Reynolds at Goldrush AZ Enter to jam out with Justin Jay at Goldrush AZ Read More: Goldrush Festival reveals eclectic, inaugural lineup and stage details Source: Dancing Astonaut
  8. The internet is freaking out over a picture of cotton. Yes you read that right. Cotton. It turns out that the photo everyone thought was the mainstage at a music festival turns out to just be cotton. The photo taken by Texas photographer Micah Horn has thousands of people on the internet questioning what they The post The Internet Freaked Out Over Photo Of Cotton That Looks Like A Music Festival appeared first on EDM Sauce. Source: EDM Sauce
  9. On the brink of his 2-Decades Event on November 25th at The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles (TICKETS), EDX has hit us with some vibes with his latest single “Runnin”. Not really shocked. For the past 20-years, EDX has blessed Festival and Club stages alike with his unique sound and ability to manipulate crowds across The post EDX Delivers Vibed Out Deep Track “Runnin” appeared first on EDM Sauce. Source: EDM Sauce
  10. If you’re any sort of basshead, you know that Doctor P dropped his massive remix of Zomboy’s “Rotten” today. Like many of Doctor P’s bass heavy creations, this one has an incredible ebb and flow to it, bringing you in and spitting you back out again as you headbang ferociously at the rail. Check it out below. As you know, Doctor P isn’t the only one who has dropped a remix so far. You can also hear SVDDEN DEATH’s remix of “Biterz,” premiered here on Your EDM, and Habstrakt’s remix of “Saints & Sinners.” But what hasn’t been revealed yet was the full remix EP tracklist… until now. Take a look at the full tracklist below, and get ready for the whole thing to drop this Friday, November 10! Pre-save on Spotify here. Rott N’ Roll Pt. 1: Remixed Track-List 1. Zomboy – Biterz (SVDDEN DEATH Remix) 2. Zomboy – Biterz (Gent & Jawns Remix) 3. Zomboy – Young & Dangerous Ft. Kato (Party Thieves & Tre Sera Remix) 4. Zomboy – Young & Dangerous Ft. Kato (Gentlemens Club Remix) 5. Zomboy – Rotten Ft. Bok Nero (Doctor P Remix) 6. Zomboy – Rotten Ft. Bok Nero (Trolley Snatcha Remix) 7. Zomboy – Saints & Sinners (Eliminate Remix) 8. Zomboy – Saints & Sinners (Habstrakt Remix) This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Doctor P Drops Zomboy Remix, & Check Out The Tracklist For The Full ‘Rott N’ Roll’ Remix EP Source: YourEDM
  11. Porter Robinson‘s mysterious Virtual Self project is slowly gaining clarity. Days ago, a Reddit user shared what appeared to be a poster advertising the first live Virtual Self performance, uncovered in Brooklyn after a recent Madeon show. Robinson’s Virtual Self alias has only continued to garner attention, tweeting a phone number at 12 PM on November 7. The tweet was deleted not long after its posting, but the number, linked to Lake Park, Iowa remains active. When dialed, the number plays an existential pre-recorded message that Reddit user, admiraldaniels has transcribed in a Reddit comment here. The phone number and message are representative of Robinson’s gradual underground exposition of Virtual Self, a revelation that for now, seems designed to depend exclusively on verbal, viral advertising. While this type of promotion can have its detriments — what with its lack of concrete physical evidence — Robinson’s elusive publicity strategy has already proved successful, amplifying curiosity among fans. Those interested in trying their hand at deciphering the mysterious phone message may call (712)-432-4609. H/T: EDMTunes Read More: Evidence emerges that Porter Robinson will give debut Virtual Self performance soon Porter Robinson debuts new alias and song as Virtual Self [UPDATED] Porter Robinson; Language (Ekali & QUIX Tribute) Source: Dancing Astonaut
  12. ODESZA’s incredible sophomore album A Moment Apart has certainly elevated them into a stratosphere of their own within electronic music. They’re right in the middle of a massive stadium-level tour at the moment plus they even managed to squeeze in a performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Friday. The Seattle-based duo performed two singles from the album “Line of Sight” ft. WYNNE and “Higher Ground” ft. Naomi Wild. For both records, the duo came flanked with backing vocalists and a scaled down orchestra setup while Naomi Wild showed up to perform “Higher Ground” live. Check it out below and catch ODESZA on tour!   Featured Image: K Buckland This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Check Out ODESZA’s Debut Jimmy Kimmel Performance Source: Your EDM
  13. Hot off his sophomore album Awake plus his new remix for “Silence,” Illenium’s hype is at an all-time high. And if you ask me, there’s no better time than now for him to do his first ever Diplo & Friends guest mix which aired exclusively last night on BBC Radio 1 and 1XTRA. Featuring 60 minutes of melodic, melancholic goodness, Illenium’s guest mix is a great spread of his own material from Ashes and more plus records from Porter Robinson, AWAY, DROELOE, ODESZA and more. The Diplo & Friends guest mix is usually a great career milestone for producers to hit and it’s certainly strange to see a producer as accomplished as Illenium finally do but we’re certainly not complaining! Stream it below and check out the tracklist here.   Featured Image: Rukes This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Check Out Illenium’s Brand New Diplo & Friends Mix Source: Your EDM
  14. Alan Walker just released a trailer of theatrical proportions for his brand new single “All Falls Down”! His visual representation of the new single looks more like a feature length film than a music video. While the final product will drop on October 27th, you can get a glimpse of the trailer below. It’s dark, dramatic, and has us hanging on the edge of our seats. The young superstar was recently named the #17 DJ in the world via DJ Mag Top 100 DJs 2017 — up 38 spots from last year. His genius branding, loyal following and epic productions like this one are all part of Alan Walker’s appeal. In addition to the video teaser, Walker shared his #WorldOfWalker tour dates (ticket info below). Be on the lookout for “All Falls Down” soon… This will be an unmissable music video for fans! Alan Walker – All Falls Down – Trailer World of Walker Tour This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Alan Walker Releases Theatrical Trailer For New Single “All Falls Down” Out Soon [WATCH] Source: Your EDM
  15. Although tweets have been deleted, Calvin Harris‘ bizarre spat with some health care providers isn’t going unnoticed… Public Health England has stepped in to address the truth behind the producer’s claims, after he described the flu poke as a “neurotoxin shot” to his 12.7 million followers. Dr. Ben White, Dr. Ellie, and some other reputable health care informers quickly jumped into the conversation — get caught up on the full story here. Calvin’s remark, “I think I would probably save a lot of people getting your free neurotoxin shot at your clinic this winter,” is the particularly controversial statement being addressed by the organization. Head of respiratory disease at Public Health England, Richard Pebody, released a statement following Calvin’s allegations made on social media: “All ingredients in the flu vaccine are safe.” “The main ingredient of any vaccine is the disease-causing virus, bacteria or toxin. But a number of other components are needed to make the final vaccine as safe and effective as possible.” In other words… just don’t take health advice from Calvin, ok? Calvin Harris vs. Doctors This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Public Health England Speaks Out Against Calvin Harris’ Remarks On Vaccination Source: Your EDM
  16. It’s only been about two weeks since Crankdat’s last release, a remix for Zeds Dead’s “Ratchet.” In our recent interview with Crankdat, he mentions his blistering production speed, and we can see that he’s already set to release his new single tomorrow, October 20. What makes this single special is that it features none other than T-Pain… seriously? Awesome. The singer/rapper notorious for making auto-tune cool again actually has a really good natural voice, so it will be interesting to see which style he employs on this new record, titled “In The Air.” But based on the previews from his Snapchat (which you can hear below) it seems to be the latter. We’re definitely looking forward to the second original single from Crankdat, out tomorrow, “In The Air.” This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Crankdat Announces New Single With T-Pain Out Tomorrow Source: Your EDM
  17. On Saturday 7th September we stepped through the doors of one of London’s newest & biggest clubs as Printworks re-opened for its second musical session. As we approached the venue we began to question whether we were at the right location as we were ushered past a disbanded security checkpoint, down a private road and into a large industrial estate. The scale of the club only became apparent as the building came into view and we headed inside through a giant loading bay. It was about this time that everyone in our party was grinning, excited to get inside, explore and enjoy some seriously amazing techno in what was clearly going to be an incredible and unique space. Security was a breeze; we were welcomed with friendly faces and were inside with a drink in hand, dancing to Mind Against in less than 10 minutes. The scale of Room One is incomprehensible when you are stood in the crowd. The long narrow expanse of the main room, with its overlooking mezzanine balconies supporting an extensive and jaw-dropping array of lights and lasers, is breathtaking. The gritty, industrial feel of this ex-newspaper printing factory is the perfect place for a party. Located just at the rear of the expanse of Room One, clubbers will find the slightly more intimate Room Two. It was in here that we caught energetic sets from Fort Romeau and Architectural and it’s where you’ll want to head if the scale of Room One triggers your agoraphobia. Daniel Avery delivered a monstrous set in the main room, drawing in the crowds and shaking the fabric of the building, setting things up for techno heavyweight Rødhåd to take over. Having missed various opportunities to catch this infamous Berliner play, we embedded ourselves deep within the crowd and soaked up the raw, industrial sounds that were so, so apt for this venue and reminded us of our time partying in the depths of Berlin’s Berghain. Not many DJ’s could successfully follow up and maintain the crowd’s focus, but then not every DJ is Maceo Plex. Plex took the helm for the last two hours and took us on a musical journey with a beautifully curated set of warm, ethereal and melancholic sounds, complemented with energetic and euphoric techno cuts. It was perfect and the crowd went wild. With LWE at the helm, it’s no surprise that the events lined up for Issue 002 are some of the hottest on the London clubbing calendar. The rest of the season will host revered nights such as The Hydra, Afterlife, Paradise and Bugged Out and the likes of Richie Hawtin, Chris Liebing, Âme, Bicep and Tale of Us will bring the 6,000 capacity venue to life The opening of Issue 002 certainly set the bar high for the rest of the season and we’ve no doubt that Printworks will deliver another stunning series of events and once again cement itself as London’s hottest new venue. Get your tickets for the rest of Issue 002 HERE. The post PRINTWORKS ISSUE 002 OPENING WAS OUT OF THIS WORLD appeared first on The Techno Kittens. Source: Techno Kittens
  18. On Saturday 7th October we stepped through the doors of one of London’s newest & biggest clubs as Printworks re-opened for its second musical session. As we approached the venue we began to question whether we were at the right location as we were ushered past a disbanded security checkpoint, down a private road and into a large industrial estate. The scale of the club only became apparent as the building came into view and we headed inside through a giant loading bay. It was about this time that everyone in our party was grinning, excited to get inside, explore and enjoy some seriously amazing techno in what was clearly going to be an incredible and unique space. Security was a breeze; we were welcomed with friendly faces and were inside with a drink in hand, dancing to Mind Against in less than 10 minutes. The scale of Room One is incomprehensible when you are stood in the crowd. The long narrow expanse of the main room, with its overlooking mezzanine balconies supporting an extensive and jaw-dropping array of lights and lasers, is breathtaking. The gritty, industrial feel of this ex-newspaper printing factory is the perfect place for a party. Located just at the rear of the expanse of Room One, clubbers will find the slightly more intimate Room Two. It was in here that we caught energetic sets from Fort Romeau and Architectural and it’s where you’ll want to head if the scale of Room One triggers your agoraphobia. Daniel Avery delivered a monstrous set in the main room, drawing in the crowds and shaking the fabric of the building, setting things up for techno heavyweight Rødhåd to take over. Having missed various opportunities to catch this infamous Berliner play, we embedded ourselves deep within the crowd and soaked up the raw, industrial sounds that were so, so apt for this venue and reminded us of our time partying in the depths of Berlin’s Berghain. Not many DJ’s could successfully follow up and maintain the crowd’s focus, but then not every DJ is Maceo Plex. Plex took the helm for the last two hours and took us on a musical journey with a beautifully curated set of warm, ethereal and melancholic sounds, complemented with energetic and euphoric techno cuts. It was perfect and the crowd went wild. With LWE at the helm, it’s no surprise that the events lined up for Issue 002 are some of the hottest on the London clubbing calendar. The rest of the season will host revered nights such as The Hydra, Afterlife, Paradise and Bugged Out and the likes of Richie Hawtin, Chris Liebing, Âme, Bicep and Tale of Us will bring the 6,000 capacity venue to life The opening of Issue 002 certainly set the bar high for the rest of the season and we’ve no doubt that Printworks will deliver another stunning series of events and once again cement itself as London’s hottest new venue. Get your tickets for the rest of Issue 002 HERE. The post PRINTWORKS ISSUE 002 OPENING WAS OUT OF THIS WORLD appeared first on The Techno Kittens. Source: Techno Kittens
  19. It seems that even megastars like Will Smith aren’t immune to the gravitational pull of EDM, as he’s just officially released his new original song “Get Lit.” The track, originally revealed at Livewire Festival with Jazzy Jeff, is pretty cookie-cutter EDM as far as arrangement and production. It’s got some heavy kicks and staggered synth stabs, with a typical hook in “get lit”… honestly, the song could have been good if Smith and Jazzy Jeff put some more sincere effort into it. As it stands, it really just seems like a bandwagon song with them trying to get some street cred with the young kids. When Smith introduced the song at Livewire, he said, “I wanted to make a song that allowed people to let their light shine. We all have an inner light and sometimes this world… people can say stuff to you and tell you you can’t do and you know you can but when they tell you that it kinda knocks you down a bit right so I wanted to make a record that reminded each and every one of y’all to let your light shine.” I’m not really sure where that sentiment went, because it’s definitely not present in the production. Check out “Get Lit” below.   Photo via Livewire Festival on Facebook This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Will Smith’s Rap/EDM Song “Get Lit” Is Now Officially Out Source: Your EDM
  20.   Some brand news breaks come from the Dirtybird champion, ANGELZ. He switches up his style in his latest free download, ATBWFM Pt.2, which is a dark breaks jam that you can’t help but bounce to. With releases on Night Bass, Confessions, and Dirtybird, ANGELZ has carved out a niche for himself in the scene with some stellar beats. Teaming up with friends and collaborators, Bijou and Ciszak, ANGELZ sets out for the ABC tour with dates across the US in most major cities. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: ANGELZ Dishes Out Some Fresh Breaks Source: Your EDM
  21. When you pay to go to a festival, certain things are expected… a stage, artists, maybe some options for food and beverages, decent organization? Very few of these things were to be found at South Carolina festival The Gathering this past weekend. Created by a company calling itself EDM United Events, the festival promised headliners ATLiens and Leah Culver and “four stages of sound” on Saturday, October 7, for a steep price of $130. According to promoters, attendees were also promised “50,000 watts of sound, Amazing lighting that will melt your face, visuals that will blow your mind, an Oxygen BAR, Food vendors, a Beer Cave,” and “breakfast served on us.” What they got was a haphazard, thrown-together mish-mash of plywood and some local DJs who showed up for an absolute dumpster fire. The photos in this article are of the actual stages at the festival, built probably last minute and without any real resources at hand. Only four to five people were responsible for setting up the stages, as the organizer disappeared without a trace. Thankfully, according to sources within the festival, it seems that all the artists were paid; however, not all of the staff received compensation for their efforts. Needless to say, no one will be working with EDM United Events again anytime soon.   H/T EDM Tunes This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: The Gathering Festival Turns Out To Be An Absolute Dumpster Fire Source: Your EDM
  22. DJ Overdose provides the heat on Mancha’s new EP with a blistering remix. Broken... The post Back For Good – Running Out Of Planet (DJ Overdose RMX)- NDM Premiere appeared first on No Dough Music. Source: No Dough Music
  23. After a rapturous edition in 2017, a festival which will go down in the history for Eric Prydz, Zedd and that wonderful Trance stage, Vh1 Supersonic is back with its 2018 edition. Mark those dates – 9th February to 11th February at the same Laxmi Lawns, Pune. We hope even a bigger lineup this year, more techno and of course more trance as well! Tell us which artists would you love to see at Vh1 Supersonic 2018 and we shall share it with their talent booking team. Until then keep it uplifting! Follow their event page for more updates = VH1 Supersonic 2018 The post Vh1 Supersonic 2018 dates are out appeared first on Trance Hub.
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