Creamfields announces unmissable 2018 lineup

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Creamfields announced their 2018 lineup and it’s looking to be behemoth year for the Cheshire-based extravaganza. Rich in both depth and considerable breadth, the festival will bring together 300 artists across 30 stages from August 23–26.

Techno don Carl Cox will be making his return to the festival for the first time in over a decade, where numerous other artists will be making an appearance, showcasing the festival’s keen ability to tap into the full spectrum of dance music. From artists like Skream, Kölsch, and The Black Madonna, to The Chainsmokers, Tiësto, and Above & Beyond, Creamfields 21 promises to be an unmissable installment for all dance aficionados.

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More information and tickets are available here.

CRSSD Festival partners with WeTransfer to offer free music and cocktail recipes

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San Diego’s famous CRSSD Festival has partnered with the world’s leading file transfer platform, WeTransfer, to gift fans with a free batch of exciting content in lead up to the festival’s fall installment. Since its inception in 2009, WeTransfer has been committed to working with some of the world’s most creative minds to produce innovative and engaging content for their users.

This offering contains music from some of CRSSD’s hottest artists such as Hot Since 82, Lane 8, and Patrick Topping, but it also gifts a few unique  pieces like Alex Wax’s signature vegan Pasta al Pomodoro recipe and a sake cocktail recipe from Richie Hawtin’s own ENTER.Sake brand. All of this content is available to download for free through the WeTransfer platform.

 

The CRSSD Fall 2017 WeTransfer Bundle includes:

  • Hot Since 82
    KCRW Mix
  • Lane 8
    Fingerprint (Anderholm Remix)
  • Richie Hawtin’s ENTER.Sake
    X Marks the Dot Drink Recipe
  • Patrick Topping
    Dr. Vibes EP
  • Phantoms
    Vodka Soda Recipe
  • Elohim
    Don’t Feed The Baby Tigers (Vol. 1)
  • Prok & Fitch
    Truth Be Told – AFTRWRK (Prok & Fitch Remix)
  • Lee K
    Lee K’s When We Dip Mix
  • Hito
    BBC Radio 1 : Hito b2b B.Traits
    XLR8R Podcast 505: Hito
  • Cooper Saver
    Cooper Saver’s XLR8R Mix
  • Alex Wax
    AIVI – HyperActiveMind iPhone Background
    Alex Wax – Vallarta (Original Mix)
    Pasta al Pomodoro Recipe (Vegan)

Download: CRSSD + WeTransfer Bundle

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7 OF THE BEST SETS FROM SPRING 2017’S CRSSD FEST

The Essential Mix hits festival season with 5 sets from EDC and Glastonbury

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As June draws to a close and summer officially begins, the de facto “festival season” finds itself in the midst of its peak. In celebration of the ongoing abundance of music festivals around the globe, BBC Radio 1’s Essential Mix broadcast a special six-hour episode this weekend, tapping into enviable sets from two of the world’s largest festivals: the British Glastonbury festival and Las Vegas’ Electric Daisy Carnival.

For the first three hours of this weekend’s Essential Mix, Radio 1 broadcast three consecutive sets live from Glastonbury’s BBC Music Introducing Stage. UK house mainstays Patrick Topping and Richy Ahmed provide the first third of the Glastonbury coverage, followed by a set from swiftly-ascending Berlin-based DJ Peggy Gou. Rounding out the first half of the Essential Mix’s festival edition, in-demand Glaswegian artist Jackmaster purveys a mix which would prove duly coveted as a standalone episode in the Radio 1 series (as would any of the aforementioned).

Listen to the Glastonbury Essential Mixes

For the following 90 minutes, the Essential Mix pivots stateside to rebroadcast a set from one of the most scintillating names that the program has offered in 2017: John Digweed. For his EDC performance, the legendary British artist builds an entrancing sonic journey of progressive house and techno, including freshly-minted music from the likes of Tale Of Us, Maceo Plex, and Victor Ruiz.

Listen to John Digweed’s EDC Essential Mix

The program’s festival marathon finishes up with another 90-minute EDC set from Lee Foss. Coming off of his April debut album, Alchemy, the American artist has been a formidable force in house in techno in recent years, sitting with Jamie Jones at the helm of Hot Creations as well as his own Repopulate Mars imprint. Foss’ EDC show succeeds in showing off his essence of quirky, soulful tech house. Filled with unreleased and unidentified music, the mix is further replete with songs from the likes of CamelPhat and Latmun, and ends fittingly with Jamiroquai’s “Cloud 9.”

Listen to Lee Foss’ EDC Essential Mix

View tracklists for the EDC Essential mixes below.

John Digweed EDC Tracklist (Via 1001):

1. Tale Of Us – Red Sky
2. Lee Van Dowski & Nakadia Petrosys – ID
3. Sollscher & Siech – Pulse Train
4. Maceo Plex & Swayzak – 5th Dimensional Groove
5. Lee Van Dowski – Rapidplatz
6. Universal Principles – Flyin’ High (Scuba Illicit Surveillance Mix)
7. Mongo – Planet Mongo (Alan Fitzpatrick Remix)
8. Pig&Dan – In My Mind
9. Hydra – Tiefstone
10. Sian – Medicine Man (Mark Reeve Remix)
11. Martin Eyerer & Patrick Chardronnet – Frequencies
12. Darren Emerson & Nick Muir & John Digweed – Tracer
13. Ross Evans – Flatline (Pele & Shawnecy Remix)
14. Hot Since 82 – Evolve Or Die
15. Christian Nielsen – Black Ceiling
16. Blackbill – 05-1
17. Victor Ruiz – Clutch
18. Phillip Straub & Charlie Tostenson – Miracle Of Existence

Lee Foss EDC Tracklist(Via 1001):

1. ID – ID
2. Eli Brown – Tech This Out
3. CamelPhat – Mess With Them
4. Sable Sheep – Black Tongue (Raffa FL Remix)
5. Mihalis Safras – Raygun Rave
6. Rod Fussy & Fatbass – Dust N Smoke
7. Eli Brown – Throwback
8. Latmun – Cosmic
9. Sonny Fodera ft. Alex Mills – Always Gonna Be (Mat.Joe Funked Up Remix)
10. CamelPhat – Gypsy King
11. Mihalis Safras – ID
12. Hot Blackheath – Switch
13. Ferdinand Weber – Sun
14. Mihalis Safras – ID
15. CamelPhat – ID
16. Hot Natured ft. Anabel Englund – Reverse Skydiving (MK Remix)
17. ID – ID
18. Eli Brown – Got The Power
19. Jamiroquai – Cloud 9

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Jamie Jones announces Paradise at BPM Festival 2017

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Hot Creations head honcho Jamie Jones has announced he will be bringing his iconic Paradise event series to BPM Festival 2017. Getting its start at Ibiza mega-club DC-10, the zany Paradise party has grown immensely over the years, spreading its eclectic influences to stages at events including Tomorrowland and ADE.

During the extensive eight-hour event, Jones will be joined by a slew of the biggest names in house and techno, including Hot Creations artists Patrick Topping, Richy Ahmed, wAFF, Nathan Barato, and Detlef. Jones’ Hot Natured compatriot and Hot Creations co-owner Lee Foss will be joining the mix as well, along with Andrea Oliva and Detroit techno maven Stacey Pullen. Skream, Jackmaster, Nicole Moudaber, and Danny Tenaglia round out the stacked lineup, assuring this Paradise event is set to be one for the books.

Paradise at BPM Festival will take place at The Jungle in Playa Del Carmen on Thursday, January 12 from 6PM – 10AM.

Tickets to the event are available here.

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Jamie Jones announces Paradise at The BPM Festival 2017

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Hot Creations head honcho Jamie Jones has announced he will be bringing his iconic Paradise event series to The BPM Festival 2017. Getting its start at Ibiza mega-club DC-10, the zany Paradise party has grown immensely over the years, spreading its eclectic influences to stages at events including Tomorrowland and ADE.

During the extensive eight-hour event, Jones will be joined by a slew of the biggest names in house and techno, including Hot Creations artists Patrick Topping, Richy Ahmed, wAFF, Nathan Barato, and Detlef. Jones’ Hot Natured compatriot and Hot Creations co-owner Lee Foss will be joining the mix as well, along with Andrea Oliva and Detroit techno maven Stacey Pullen. Skream, Jackmaster, Nicole Moudaber, and Danny Tenaglia round out the stacked lineup, assuring this Paradise event is set to be one for the books.

Paradise at The BPM Festival will take place at The Jungle in Playa Del Carmen on Thursday, January 12 from 6PM – 10AM.

Tickets to the event are available here.

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DA Premiere: Patrick Topping – Wouldn’t Dare (Original Mix)

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Hot Creations is preparing for a heavy 2017. The imprint’s newest endeavor, an ongoing mix series titled Paradise On Earth, debuts today, on December 2, before label residents head south to Playa Del Carmen for BPM’s 10-year anniversary.

Patrick Topping and Nathan Barato have been chosen to provide the series’ first mixes, weaving together delectable offerings that pack in the labels’ signature beach vibes onto two discs.

A shining example of what Paradise On Earth entails comes from Topping himself, in the form of his mix’s closing track “Wouldn’t Dare.” House to its core, the clip meanders along a path of euphoric synthesizers and groovy percussion. A breezy topline played out by chimes adds a nice finishing touch to the track, complementing its other elements to emphasize the composition’s island atmosphere.

The first Paradise on Earth is available on Beatport here.

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