In fact, her innate structure itself shines in her all-encompassing M.O. Mija is currently in the midst of taking her Fk A Genre tour far and wide and perfectly encapsulating its celebratory ethos was her Dirtybird Campout takeover. During the set, Mija collaborated with friends Ryan Forever, Ardalan, Mark Starr, and Deux Yeux.
Between Ardalan’s gritty house sound, to Mark Starr’s future Bay Area heat, or Deux Yeux’s cutting edge bass tones, Fk A Genre proved a feverish fusion all the birds flocked towards.
Now, fans can relish in her Bass Lodge takeover via her off-kilter two-hour set, and look forward to another offering of greatness when Mija performs at the East Coast Campout which takes place February 2-4 in St. Cloud Florida.
For the 7th time, EDC Orlando is taking place this weekend at Tinker Field in Orlando, Florida. Many artists such as Armin Van Buuren, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Marshmello, Seven Lions, and Jauz will be performing at this year’s event. There will also be a surprising B2B set from Diplo and A-trak and a special sunset set from
Daft Punk’s 2007 Alive tour indisputably changed dance music for eternity.
Serving as a pivotal moment for live performances, fans relish in the opportunity to get even a glimpse at the pyramidal magic. At last, full concert footage has been compiled, sourced, and synched with HD audio courtesy of Vimeo user Xero Foxx from the Paris leg of the duo’s tour.
The robots kick off the occasion at the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy with “Robot Rock” and dive into a multitude of other seminal hits like “Around the World,” “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger,” “One More Time,” and more.
As the robot’s greatly speculated live return remains to be seen, it seems footage like this will have to do, for now.
From his glitchy hit with Ookay, “Lighthouse,” to his newly released EP, For Fox Sake, Fox Stevenson has had yet another incredible year. The English artist has garnered widespread support for his unique liquid drum and bass sound as well as his stunning vocals and creative lyrics. His production skill has only become more seasoned with technique over the years, and his live performances are always unforgettable.
Over the summer, he performed at Liquicity Festival in The Netherlands, and the hour-and-a-half performance is now available for listeners everywhere. His Liquicity Festival set is full of surprises — from many debuted IDs to an array of his own originals, Fox Stevenson maintains high energy and anticipation throughout the set. With seamless transitions, excellent song selection, and unrelenting enthusiasm, Fox Stevenson gives fans a taste for what’s to come in future shows.
‘The world’s “largest floating dance music festival,” Groove Cruise recently wrapped up another installment in its Miami party series, sailing to a Coco Cay Private Island and Nassau in the Bahamas as more than 50 artists set the tone for the trip, delivering sets that would form the cruise’s collective soundtrack.
Thomas Jack, one of Groove Cruise’s headliners, stunned all aboard with an ambient house set five-and-a-half-hours in duration. Rife with clean rhythms and seamless transitions, the set had surfaced in recorded form as a sensuous sampling of the late night” approach to house music mixing that has characterized Jack’s summer stint as a Hï Ibiza resident.
A luxuriant exposition of Jack’s progression as a live performer, the set is sure to make all listeners grateful that the performance has been recorded and released, rather than forever anchored in the evening of Jack’s 2017 appearance on the Groove Cruise.
For those who closely follow amorphous bass music producer Lorin Ashton, the man behind Bassnectar has been especially quiet as of late. The reason for this deliberate silence, as Ashton revealed on Twitter, is because he’s been tirelessly posted up in the lab working on the sequel to his two-part Reflective EP project, featuring collaborations with GnarGnar, Digital Ethos, and G Jones.
While headlining day one of Suwannee Hulaween this past weekend, Bassnectar dropped at least two new track IDs from his forthcoming EP. Thanks to a couple of hardcore members of the bass demigod’s cult following, unreleased Bassnectar music is now available for the masses.
The first track (above) is a heavy collaboration with rising bass music star Digital Ethos. Dubbed “Slather,” the track features spacey synths and electrifying drops. The second track (below) comes as a still-unidentified track with G Jones, and spawns an appropriately spooky tone with a couple of new and inventive drops that sound a lot like the auditory equivalent of an optical illusion.
No official announcement as to when Reflective Part 2 will be unveiled, but Bassnectar has alluded to a winter release date.
ODESZA have been on their A Moment Apart tour, which is set to make stops in Boston, Brooklyn, and Chicago in the upcoming months. During their live set in Las Vegas, one fan managed to capture the majestic performance in it’s entirety. In the hour and a half video, ODESZA showcases what fans get to look forward to in the forthcoming concerts.
Stunning visuals compliment the duo’s dreamy sound, and the production is complete with mind-blowing pyrotechnics and dancers. Towards the end of the show, a crew of live drummers appear on stage to add another striking dimension to the already impeccable experience. With this video circulating the internet, there is no doubt that attendees of ODESZA’s A Moment Apart tour will have unforgettable memories of the iconic duo.
It was been amazing to watch Hardwell got from young up and comer and protege of Tiesto, to full scale international superstar. The Dutch DJ has topped the DJ Mag Top 100 not once, but twice. Today he still remains in the top 5, happily sitting at #4. Hardwell has released several EP’s this year
A considerable amount of time has passed since the Oregon Eclipse Gathering, but exclusive sets continue to appear online as artists upload their live acts or, in some cases, even go as far as to re-record their sets.
Now former attendees and eclipse chasers from around the globe can now enjoy sets from the likes of Bassnectar, Minnesota, CloZee, and many more, organized into stage-by-stage playlists thanks to one SoundCloud user. From the deep, dark tech house of the Sky Stage, to the psytrance of the Earth Stage, to the festival’s bass head haven at The Moon Stage, over 50 live and re-recorded sets are available for stream from Oregon’s Global Eclipse Gathering, held Aug. 17-23, 2017.
Though international eclipse festivals are often based around trance and downtempo, make no mistake that the bass, jam, and house acts are actually considered guests in this awe-inspiring, transformative festival experience. Relive sets from the Global Eclipse Gathering’s Earth, Moon, Sun, and Sky stages below.