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  1. An YET AGAIN, Brisbane is being spoilt for choice as another great artist is set to return to the garden Capulet this weekend. OzClubbers was lucky enough to have a very candid chat with Jody ahead of this weekend's show brought to you by Lemon & Lime. As always with OzClubbers we like to keep it local and ask questions that the fans themselves want to know. This Q&A was developed in collaboration with our very own Anjuna Brisbane crew! Big ups to A.B.C Crew Admin Jason Whyte and crew member Riley Keatch. Artist Name: Jody Wisternoff Label: Anjunadeep What’ve you got planned for us here in Brisbane on September 16? Gonna be road testing a lot of new material from Anjunadeep10 which is nearing completion, a few new JW remixes, some classic WOW and just a bunch of hot shit basically! It’s gonna be a day to remember! You’ve been to Brisbane a few times – what do you like about? The parties are always daytime which I’m a huge fan of. This is a concept we’ve really embraced with the Anjunadeep open air events this summer! Capulet is such a fun spot to play, super intimate and a lovely friendly crowd. I usually end up getting kidnapped and going out afterwards too. How do you prepare for a set when you’re travelling? By listening to new music with my ears lol. But seriously, decent noise cancelling headphones are essential (BOSE) and a lot of planning in Rekordbox and Ableton. I generally like to map out my sets beforehand, although things usually change in the heat of the moment… Any thoughts on the progressive scene at the moment? In its broadest sense ie. including deep house/melodic techno/desert music etc, I think the scene is super healthy at the moment, worldwide! Our Anjunadeep parties are starting to get booked at some of the best venues in the world. Printworks in London coming up for example. The show we did at Mirage in Brooklyn in the summer sold more tickets than a lot of the super trendy hipster parties around at that time. Asia seems to be an expanding market for our sound right now too. So all in all I feel things are rocking at the moment! How is the progressive scene different to other crowds? Eg a techno or EDM crowd. I don’t really go to many techno parties and I know the EDM crowd is mostly very young. What I can say about the crowds we seem to pull is that people are generally extremely friendly and really care about the music. We get quite a few young ones (recent converts from trance) a few old ravers and everything in between - plus a good female to male ratio! Our scene here is relatively small - as a DJ do you have any thoughts on keeping the scene alive? Of course, because the scene is my livelihood pretty much. I can only do my bit really, a small cog in a big wheel. You got into music at the early age. What’s around these days that parents could show their kids to get them interested in making electronic music? I would suggest FL Studio (fruity loops) or garage band as an entry point. However, I did recently install FL Studio on my daughter’s laptop as an attempt to train her up as my young padwan but she only seems interested in playing Simms lol. Any work started on Anjunadeep 10? It’s nearing completion and I’ll be road testing some of it at the Brisbane show. Who’s your favourite producer? Volen Sentir. What do you listen to in your downtime? A lot of oldskool hiphop (1986 - 1990) and Rave (1990 – 1991) eg. before the BPM’s went crazy and it all got corny. Not much country music, although I do love the soundtrack to Crazy Heart! For more information https://www.facebook.com/jodywisternoff Check out his latest promo mix here: https://soundcloud.com/jodywisternoff/jody-wisternoff-august-2018-soundcloud-dj-mix Tickets are on final release so if haven't got a ticket for the show this Sunday 16th September get in quick! https://www.facebook.com/events/1082244951931342/
  2. Décalé. celebrates the launch of their labeland first release : Nar’Chiveol – Esperance Music Wir with a bit of a mini-tour starting Thursday, 7 December in Amsterdam Oost’s intimate Oosterbar Join a special combination of artists – Gilb’R (VERSATILE / Amsterdam) and Tako (Music From Memory , RedlightRecords Amsterdam) will close the night with a 3h back to back, while Master Phil b2b Alan Briand kick things off. Décalé. is a newly formed label that focuses on reissuing worldwide “french speaking” music from the 80s & 90s across multiple genres: Synth-Pop , West Indies , New Beat , Occitan Folk , Afrobeat, alonsgide a healthy dose of the weird and wonderful 7 December | Décalé. Apocalypse Tour w/ Gilb’r b2b Tako | Tickets | Oosterbar The post Celebrate The Launch Of Obscure Imprint Décalé. At Oosterbar To Kick This Weekend Off appeared first on Deep House Amsterdam. Source: Deep House Amsterdam
  3. From Thursday March 29 through to Sunday April 1, 2018, Awakenings once again celebrates Easter with four editions, including the special daytime show on Easter Sunday. As always, the Amsterdam venue will be the titanic Gashouder, which has been seminal over the last 20 years in establishing Awakenings as the largest and best-known Techno festival in the world. For this iquartet of shows, March 29 sees an Adam Beyer & Joseph Capriati Special, with Luigi Madonna and Roberto Capeano also on hand. Ben Klock & Marcel Dettmann will feature on Friday, along with Chris Liebling, Rodhad and Kobosil. Joris Voorn, Kolsch, Pan-Pot, Konstantin and Prunk & Chris Stussy have been enlisted for the Easter Special by Night on Saturday March 31 before the Easter Special by Day brings Sven Vath, Dubfire, Ilario Alicante, Sam Paganini, Monika Kruse and 2000andOne. Awakenings The post Awakenings Brings Four Easter Weekend 2018 Shows To Amsterdam appeared first on Deep House Amsterdam. Source: Deep House Amsterdam
  4. From Thursday March 29 through to Sunday April 1, 2018, Awakenings once again celebrates Easter with four editions, including the special daytime show on Easter Sunday. As always, the Amsterdam venue will be the titanic Gashouder, which has been seminal over the last 20 years in establishing Awakenings as the largest and best-known Techno festival in the world. For this iquartet of shows, March 29 sees an Adam Beyer & Joseph Capriati Special, with Luigi Madonna and Roberto Capeano also on hand. Ben Klock & Marcel Dettmann will feature on Friday, along with Chris Liebling, Rodhad and Kobosil. Joris Voorn, Kolsch, Pan-Pot, Konstantin and Prunk & Chris Stussy have been enlisted for the Easter Special by Night on Saturday March 31 before the Easter Special by Day brings Sven Vath, Dubfire, Ilario Alicante, Sam Paganini, Monika Kruse and 2000andOne. Awakenings The post Awakenings Brings Four Easter Weekend 2018 Shows To Amsterdam appeared first on Deep House Amsterdam. Source: Deep House Amsterdam
  5. If you’re want for something to do this weekend, might we suggest a trip down to Ministry of Sound Sydney? The new superclub — which is set up in ivy’s world class surrounds — has not one but two big-name internationals locked in for Saturday night. ‘House Work’ hitmaker Jax Jones and Dutchman Oliver Heldens will both play sets at MOS this Saturday, November 25. Tickets start at $25. MOS Sydney launched in June, pledging to bring a top-tier line-up through every Saturday night. “Ministry of Sound in London is a world-renowned venue and has been the destination for lovers of dance music for over 25 years,” Ministry of Sound Australia CEO Tim McGee said. “We are now going to bring that same experience and ethos to Sydney. “We will be implementing a forward-thinking music policy and making Ministry of Sound Club a haven for good music and a home for both international and Australian artists to connect with their fans.” The post Two huge internationals are playing at Ministry of Sound Sydney this weekend appeared first on inthemix. Source: InTheMix
  6. Joseph Capriati played for 25 hours and 30 minutes at Heart Nightclub in Miami this weekend. In a tweet he says the marathon set wasn’t something he planned on doing and will be hard to repeat. It sounds like a logistical nightmare with the need to eat, go to the bathroom (throw on an extra long song at that point) and of course the lack of sleep. The post Joseph Capriati played a 25-hour set in Miami this weekend appeared first on Techno Moves. Source: TechnoMoves.net
  7. Joseph Capriati‘s signature brand of pearlescent and emotive techno, delivered with exactitude and an equal amount of infectious flair, saw 25 hours of playtime this weekend, as the Redimension label-head progressed from house to a proper serving of techno to round out a massive set. Capriati shared the information earlier this morning where he said he came with the intention of playing a marathon set and just couldn’t stop — extending the marathon for over 25 hours. Capriati’s monumental set reigns supreme over fellow Italian Marco Carola, who previously slung out a massive 24-hour deliverance. While it’s certainly not a competition to see who can withstand the longest set, Capriati’s accomplishment is an impressive feat nonetheless. H/T: DJ Mag Read More: Joseph Capriati brilliantly bares his essence in his first ‘real’ Essential Mix Joseph Capriati ventures into label boss territory with Redimension Joseph Capriati – Fratello (Dubfire Remix) Source: Dancing Astonaut
  8. Teksupport, the underground event promoter behind Time Warp NYC, has just announced its first show for New York’s New Year’s Eve weekend. Saturday, Dec. 30, deadmau5 will take over Teksupport’s Dept 52 Brooklyn warehouse under his TESTPILOT techno moniker. Said event will also serve as Zimmerman’s TESTPILOT New York debut, where he’ll play alongside Dennis Ferrer and Tensnake. Deadmau5 began playing under his techno alias with Richie Hawtin back in 2014. And while it’s presently unclear as to what mau5 has planned for the moniker, the show next month and a previous jaunt in Toronto earlier in October should serve as some indication that he at least has its fruitful continuance in mind. Tickets will go on sale on Nov. 21. Purchase them here.   Read More: Deadmau5 cancels Toronto show, reschedules as TESTPILOT Deadmau5 provides full TESTPILOT set for June BBC Radio 1 Residency H/T: Mixmag Source: Dancing Astonaut
  9. A student recently passed away at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend festival in Hull, England, after consuming a lethal dose of MDMA. 21-year-old Callum Gill hid the drug in capsules and subsequently passed away after taking about 2,313mg of the Class A drug — over 500mg past into the drug’s toxic range. Gill, who was weeks away from graduating with a degree in Law and European studies, suffered a seizure on a bus heading towards the festival and died hours later in hospital after suffering three heart attacks. The tragedy was poignantly summed up by the deceased’s coroner, who said the student had been “on the cusp of life with the world at his feet,” before his untimely demise. Numerous festivals and events have been experimenting with new ways to combat drug-related deaths, with many focused on “harm reduction” as opposed to outright bans of the substances. Australia’s Spilt Milk festival was all set to implement the progressive principles of harm reduction by providing on-site pill testing for attendees, but the idea fell through due to permission issues. H/T: Sun Read More: New research suggests psychedelic drugs may make people less prone to violence FDA pushes MDMA to Phase II testing, identifies drug as “breakthrough” in PTSD treatment Kristian Nairn discusses Rave of Thrones, career success ahead of Hakkasan Halloweekend performance   Source: Dancing Astronaut
  10. Really sad news coming out of BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend, as a hopeful attendee passed away before he made it there… Calum Gill, a 21-year-old law student, was hanging out with friends when he began “acting strangely.” Then, on a double-decker traveling toward the festival grounds he suffered a seizure. He died hours later in the hospital after experiencing multiple heart attacks. Drugs were certainly the cause, as Gill reportedly consumed 2,313 mg (2.3 grams) of MDMA. Pathologist Dr Laszlo Karsai told the Hull coroner’s court: “Levels above 1,800 mg are in the toxic range and anything beyond that can be fatal.” The student was described as “on the cusp of life with the world at his feet”. Source: The Sun This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Law Student Dies En Route to BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend After Consuming 2.3 Grams of Molly Source: Your EDM
  11. Las Vegas can very well be called the USA’s Ibiza, as it consistently brings in the world’s best talent no matter the time of year. However, unlike rave island itself, the city continues to party all year round with A-list DJs literally flocking in and out of there on a daily basis. The Hakkasan Group have proven themselves as worthy gatekeepers to Las Vegas’ inimitable nightlife time after time with impressive lineups With a massive, festival-esque benefit show coming up in November at OMNIA, they’ve also just announced their extensive line-up for Halloween weekend.. OMNIA will put on its third and final installment of the “Phantom of the Opera” themed trilogy that’s seen massive success over the past two years, featuring performances by Calvin Harris, Zedd, Kaskade and more. If that’s not thrilling enough for the audience, Hakkasan will invite attendees to step “Beyond the Wall” with its second chapter of the medieval themed party, featuring sets by Steve Aoki, Lil Jon, Above & Beyond, and even some tech-house vibes from Hodor himself, Kristian Nairn. OMNIA Nightclub: Friday, Oct. 27 Main Club: Calvin Harris Heart of OMNIA: Shift Saturday, Oct. 28 Main Club: Zedd Heart of OMNIA: Irie Sunday, Oct. 29| “DESEO Latin Sundays: Haunted Gala” Heart of OMNIA: DJ Gil Barba and DJ Exile Tuesday, Oct. 31 Main Club: Kaskade Heart of OMNIA – “Wild at Heart: Ghosts of Hip Hop’s Past” Mike Attack Hakkasan Nightclub: Thursday, Oct. 26: “Lords and Ladies of Las Vegas” This celebratory night will honor 40 of the leading men and women in the industry. Keeping with the feudal theme, these industry leaders will be awarded with royal titles. Main Room: Steve Aoki Opening Set by Kristian Nairn (also known as “Hodor”) Friday, Oct. 27:“About Last Night” Main Room: Lil Jon Saturday, Oct. 28 Main Room: Kaskade Ling Ling Club: Phoreyz Sunday, Oct. 29 Main Room: Above & Beyond Read More: Calvin Harris donates proceeds from Omnia show to Las Vegas Victims fund Tiësto, Kaskade, Zedd, & more to headline Vegas benefit show at OMNIA Nightclub Omnia and Hakkasan have outdone themselves with October lineup Source: Dancing Astronaut
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    Off the back of hosting their own stage at Tomorrowland. Headlining festivals such as Transmission, A State Of Trance and Dreamstate. Hosting their own FSOE world tours and radio show which is broadcast all over the world spanning over 500+ Episodes. As well as holding their own event at the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. For the first time on QLD soil they will be performing an extended 4-hour musical master class, expect nothing less than incredible production, consisting of the best visuals, lasers and lighting show accompanied with bone shattering sound. Aly & Fila are now amongst a select elite, legends in music who alongside Sting, Kylie Minogue to name but a few to have performed at one of the Great Wonders of the World – The Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt . This was undoubtedly their biggest show in their career and they made history by becoming one of the only electronic acts to host their own show their and to perform there.
  14. Bank Holidays are made for clubbing; an extra day off work means an extra day of partying and the bank holiday listings are always guaranteed to be teeming with some seriously punchy line ups. Well, that’s certainly the case this Saturday for Bristol’s clubbing mecca, MOTION, where they’re hosting their most ambitious party to date – Yard Open Air. We love a bit of al fresco raving here at TTK and this Saturday Yard will be split across three newly developed open air spaces taking place in the Container Yard, Crane Yard and Lock Yard – nice.  Motion is well known as being one of the best clubs in the South West, if not the UK; a testament to the carefully curated line-ups and talented artists that they attract to the venue. It will be our first time at Motion this weekend and boy are we excited, as this Saturday’s party brings together some of the biggest names in house and techno. Techo pioneer/god Jeff Mills is top of the bill, bringing the sound of Detroit to Bristol. Even decades on, Mills is as relevant in the scene as ever and this is a rare chance to catch one of his legendary sets.  Also heading up the bill is local boy Eats Everything along with Seth Troxler, Joy Orbison, Daniel Avery and Axel Boman.  There’s also live sets from Tboias and Octo Octa and an immersive LED installation from Squidsoup which will host ambient sets from some of the artists on the bill. Ahead of the festivities this weekend we thought we would pull together a playlist of our favourite tracks from some of the artists on this Saturday’s line up. There’s a couple of surprises in there too. Enjoy. Tickets for Yard: Open Air Club are still on sale. Get your tickets HERE. Stay tuned to our twitter for live updates throughout the day. From Bristol or been there before? Tweet us your tips and suggestions @technokittens. Eats Everything | Entrance Song – This was the track that propelled his DJ career and introduced Eats to the world. Banger. Eats Everything feat Tiga vs Audion | Dancing (Again) – The acapella borrowed from Tiga’s original track lends itself nicely. A real party track. Danny Daze | Your Everything – Not one of his own, but I will never forget Seth dropping this at one of the first every London parties I went to at Crucifix Lanes (RIP). Still an absolute corker of a track. Pure filth. Boddika & Joy Orbison | Mercy (Boddika’s VIP) – You cannot help but want to lose your shit to it. Probably why Hannah Wants ripped it off. Awks. Joy Orbison | Ellipsis – ‘We Just Used To Like’ – that vocal sample, that bassy melody and that piano riff. Gawd I love it. Joy O on fine, fine form. Julio Bashmore | Battle For Middle You – Okay, he’s not playing Motion. But he’s one of Bristol’s finest. An absolute beauty of a track. Daniel Avery | Drone Logic – Takes me back to FabricLive 66. My first introduction to Daniel Avery. Haven’t actually caught him play yet, so cannot wait for Saturday! Daniel Avery | Water Jump – My all time favourite track of his. It really gets going about halfway through with that hypnotic vocal chant and that big fat squidgy bass line. Beast. Midland | Blush – There’s a warm groove to this track that just makes you want to dance. Midland | Trace – Probably his biggest track. One of my all time faves. Bicep Vs Midland | D-Mil (Club) – You’ve got to love the jackin’ vibe to this track; it’s infectious and guaranteed to make you move. What a collab. Julio Bashmore | Au Seve – Surprise! Here’s Julio again. You’ve got to admit this track is so fucking catchy. Axel Boman | Hello – A blissful track, perfect for the afters or chilling on a beach. Even if you’re in your two-bed semi in Croydon, just shut your eyes and Axel will take you away. Axel Boman | Purple Drank – This track is hypnotic and takes me back – released in 2010, it’s definitely been heard on many a dance floor since then. Carl Cox & Jeff Mils | Live At Cherry Moon (1997) – over 20 years and Jeff Mills is still going strong. What a set from the two techno gods. We’re not worthy. The post FIFTEEN TRACKS TO GET YOU EXCITED FOR YARD: OPEN AIR CLUB THIS WEEKEND appeared first on The Techno Kittens. Source: Techno Kittens
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    After another successful One Weekend In April (Anzac Day Eve) our next Public Holiday Event, Circus Bar & Nightclub celebrates all things English with One Weekend In June (Queens Birthday Eve) Fabric Day & Night Party!! Doors Open 2pm.Featuring DJ's: Sunshine, Hey Sam, Butters + Residents & Guests.FREE DRINKS + DISCOUNT DRINKS: Free Cocktail Punch & Beer (2pm-4pm)Drink Specials (2pm-4pm & 10pm-12am)Free Tea & Scones (From 4pm) FREE BIRTHDAY PACKAGES: Celebrating your Birthday in June? Check out our FREE Birthday Package below. Yourself +2 Free Entries Discount Entry for additional friends Cocktail Jug +5 Wet Pussy Shots Circus Medallion (10+ on list) Free Private Booth (Via Bottle Service) For more info feel free to inbox our fan page. Circus Bar & Nightclub 199 Commercial Road, South Yarra
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