Ibiza is Heaven for any Electronic Music fan. Whether you dig the underground techno scene, mainstream EDM or just love the music as a whole, Ibiza delivers on all levels. When you look at the World of Electronic Music, you have places like Las Vegas that have set itself apart with their Pool Parties and
Hardwell’s reunion with the duo marks an official burial of the parties’ longtime feud. The feud dates back to 2015 when DM&LM dethroned Hardwell in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJ poll with the use of questionable methods. The two were said to have hired workers to wander festival grounds with iPads, asking attendees for their help in attaining the top spot in the poll.
Considering DM&LM’s relationship with Tomorrowland, the parties’ hatchet burial may also signify that Hardwell will see an inclusion in the upcoming line-up. Nonetheless, it’s an exciting development and display of integrity from two of electronic dance music’shardest working purveyors.
It’s also been reported that Hardwell and the duo will debut a new track in during the show, and while its official release timeline has yet to have been confirmed outside of the show, if the live reunion hadn’t already signified, the new track surely points to a mended relationship between all parties.
DM&LM’s show with Hardwell on December 23 will live stream via the DV&LM YouTube and Facebook channels or here.
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and W&W’s “Crowd Control” has been a long time coming now. Just recently (October 11th), W&W posted that their anticipated new collaboration “Crowd Control” has been given the release date scheduled for October 20th. The track has been making its way throughout the music festival scene this past year and
The Canadian DJ and producer deadmau5 is not one shy of voicing his opinion. So after Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike released their rendition of Pirates Of The Caribbean’s theme song, deadmau5 was quick to voice his true thoughts on the track. Deadmau5 wrote “yo ho ho ho a shitty producers life for meee” among
It seems international superstar Dimitri Thivaios, better known as half of EDM giants Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, is moving on to the Silver Screen, as he has taken to Twitter to share a very intriguing photo that was taken yesterday.
The snap shows Dimitri with Hollywood legend Frank Marshall, producer of the upcoming Jurassic World sequel. And interestingly enough, Marshall himself even reposted the photo, leading fans to believe the two had more than a brief discussion and photo opp.
While nothing is 100% confirmed, outside sources say that the two were indeed meeting to discuss a potential role for Dimitri in the upcoming film. This would be the first major acting gig for Thivaios (though he did voice “Fred” in Big Hero Six for the Flemish translation), so for his sake we hope the speculation is true!
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have received a lot of negative attention throughout their rise to fame, and the electronic community certainly has mixed feelings about the duo. However, Dimitri could be the next big thing in Hollywood that we don’t know about, hidden away from the screen by an illustrious DJ career. Only time will tell if that is indeed the case, so for now, all we can do is wait.
Prominent big room moguls Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have established quite a formidable reputation for themselves, with an unmistakable festival flavor to most of their productions over the years. Their latest piece, a remix of Lost Frequencies’ single, “What is Love 2016” sticks to the same principles that helped the Belgians top the DJ mag rankings in 2015.
The soul of the remix stays true to the original, characterized by a silky smooth melody and subtle string-plucked chords making for easy listening. However, the duo has also mixed in some of their own trademark sounds, especially in the buildup and the beat drop. This gives the track a mainstream EDM feel, resulting in a song fit for the main stage of any major dance music festival. One for the masses to enjoy.
Love them, hate them, or somewhere in between, EDM superstars Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike had another solid year in the music business. Although their top spot on DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs list was usurped by Martin Garrix, the duo released handfuls of singles and remixes while collaborating with guys like Steve Aoki, Diplo, Ummet Ozcan, W&W, and more. They also toured the world with their “Bring The Madness 3.0” set-up which has been going strong since 2015. But it seems their latest concert has been updated in a mind boggling way.
A video recently released showcases “Bring The Madness 3.5”, where Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike are performing in their native country Belgium. Aside from the monumentally tall and wide stage design, the visuals extend to the ceiling that it makes the energetic experience tenaciously intimate surrounding the audience in nonstop DVLM bangers. These suspended LED lights even move around throughout the show with new colors and patterns that make this easily one of the duo’s most incredible shows to ever achieve. It definitely meets or even surpasses the bar that many major EDM acts such as Deadmau5, Zedd, and Kygo have set this year. Even if their music may not be the cup of tea for some, their showmanship is undeniably impeccable and unbelievably captivating.
Check out the full video below and let us know what you think of the new Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike “Bring The Madness 3.5” set up!
Like them or hate them, there’s no denying that Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike can draw a crowd. The previous #1 DJs in the world just sold out a massive stadium in Germany and broke the record for biggest solo DJ show in the country with 45,000 people. The show took place at the Veltins Arena.
In partnership with Tomorrowland and World Club Dome winter edition the show sold over 30,000 tickets in under 24 hours when they first went on sale. Shortly after the event’s capacity sold out which demonstrated the tremendous pulling power that a Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike show has amongst their European fan base.
Take a look at a video captured from the night of the performance below – watching the incredibly massive crowd move in unison is definitely one of the greatest things we’ve seen in a long time.
Preparing to follow in the triumphant success of their ‘Bringing Germany The Madness’ show, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s focus is now on their annual end-of- year-spectacle. Spread across 4 dates and housed at the Sportpaleis Antwerp, this year’s home-coming show will see an incredible 120,000 fans join the brothers for arguably the biggest and most insane party of the year. After selling a phenomenal 60,000 tickets in a mind-boggling 60 minutes, it would be fair to say that Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike will well and truly be ‘Bringing the Madness’ once again this December.
Well, this one was unexpected. DimitriVegas&LikeMike have just paired up with Diplo to create a towering, melodic moombahton track released through Mad Decent. “Hey Baby” features vocals from Deb’s Daughter and sees an oddly fluid combination of both groups’ production influences and styles. The result is an uplifting, festival-ready heater that somehow is recognizable as a DVLM x Diplo collab on first listen.
“Hey Baby” comes on the heels of a free-to-download remix of Major Lazer’s 2015 hit, “Lean On,” released by DVLM earlier this month. It appears that the duo has taken to the iconic Diplo sound, and have chosen to incorporate his influence in multiple additions to their roster of tracks. Where this newfound partnership will lead, we can’t yet say.
Listen to “Hey Baby” below, and revisit the “Lean On” flip further down.
After more than a year and a half since MajorLazer‘s crowning glory “Lean On” was released, DimitriVegas& Like Mike have finally decided to release own twist via a remix uploaded earlier this week. Coming as a “present for [their] loyal fans,” the flip is now available for free download via the duo’s official site.
Despite being named a “Tomorrowland Remix,” DVLM didn’t play out the track at either of their two Tomorrowland appearances since the original song’s release. Perhaps it was a remix that was set aside but never used, or the fact that it’s a [Snippet] could mean that it might see its live debut during next year’s installment.
The preview itself begins with a relatively untouched introduction from MØ, leading into a regular drop from the original with a few tweaks on the main vocal chops. Soon, the tempo picks up and the song is thrust into an electro-fueled, pounding festival banger more typical of the DJ duo.