The Mac Miller: Celebration of Life benefit concert hit ears and feels on October 31, as the rapper’s loved ones and fans converged on the Los Angeles’ Greek Theatre for a live-streamed tribute performance. The event benefited the recently created Mac Miller Circles fund, supporting art programs for underserved youth.
The performing lineup included Miller collaborators and friends SZA, Vince Staples, Thundercat, Anderson .Paak, Travis Scott, and many more – with highlights including a high-energy set from Chance The Rapper and a bluesy cover from John Mayer of Miller’s “Small Worlds.” Between artist sets, personal footage of the artist played on screens. The night ended hair-raisingly with an audio clip of the rapper wishing the audience goodnight, as a single spotlight shone down on a mic.
Nina Kraviz is no novice when it comes to sonic world-building. A good DJ set should transport dance floor disciples to a halcyon, far away place; and Kraviz does precisely that.
With a stunning hour-and-45-minute set inside the Eiffel Tower, of all places, the techno goddess unravels her masterfully woven web of tech-sanity all around her audience. The hypnotic performance is the latest Cercle live stream event, pairing icons of techno and house music with eye-watering, epic locations.
Kraviz’s all-vinyl set weaves in and out of minimal oddities, as the crowd dances in the shadow of the French landmark with a hazy Parisian skyline behind them. As with previous installments of the event series, the match between artist and place feels meant to be. It’s clear the gig is a special one for Kraviz, who felt that her style and the evening’s location were an inexorable match.
“Techno as an avant-garde form of music fits perfectly here,” Kraviz explained in a post-set interview. “I’m very honored to play here. I hope the guy who built it can feel us, and feels what’s going on.”
Hardwell recently revealed that he would be stepping back from touring for the future. With the original announcement, Hardwell said that he’ll be performing his final gig at an all ages show at ADE on October 18th. “Being Hardwell 24/7 leaves too little energy, love, creativity and attention for my life as a normal person
Welcome Anjunafam! The day is finally here. ABGT 300! Live from Hong Kong, we get to celebrate all things Anjuna. An Above & Beyond deep set, Ben Bohmer, Grum, Spencer Brown, Andrew Bayer, Ilan Bluestone & the greats themselves all will take the stage to grace the world with their emotional progressive goodness. Watch it
Tomorrowland has descended upon Belgium once again, with the final weekend of the festival’s 2018 installment now underway. The festival brings thousands of festival goers from around the world, with droves of additional fans tuning in across the globe to Tomorrowland’s four-channel stream, to catch some of the biggest electronic performances of the year. From Tiësto‘s lunar eclipse soundtracking performance to Salvatore Ganacci’s …eccentric stage presence during weekend one’s live stream, this year’s edition of the festival has already proven to be a memorable one. Now, with day two underway, fans can tune in to enjoy performances from electronic heavy hitters including Afrojack, Sebastian Ingrosso, Fatboy Slim, Above & Beyond, Nervo, and Armin Van Buuren among many others.
Flip between sets from a variety of acts, from Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike to Armand Van Helden. Amid this weekend’s well-rounded live stream programming, fans can also go back and revisit Tomorrowland’s weekend one highlights from Carl Cox, San Holo, Alesso and more. View Tomorrowland’s full weekend two schedule below.
As with Tomorrowland’s opening weekend, the festival will broadcast performances from fan favorites all weekend long across four different channels. Those looking to get in on the multi-set action can tune into Tomorrowland’s live stream beginning at 7:50 AM PT/10:50 AM ET from July 27-29. Viewers can access the live stream, here.
In the meantime, relive some of the best sets from Tomorrowland 2018’s inaugural weekend, here.
The Tomorrowland 2018 Live Stream has arrived! If you weren’t lucky enough to make it to Boom, Belgium this year, ID&T have set you up this year four separate channels on this year’s live stream. This year’s Tomorrowland features more than 50 stage curators, 1,000 artists, and some of the best stages in music festival
Festival organizers have yet to formally release a complete stream schedule, but all Tomorrowland live streamed sets will nevertheless be available via Tomorrowland’s official website.
Tomorrowland will commence the first of its two consecutive weekends on July 20. The inaugural weekend of Tomorrowland’s 2018 edition will carry into July 22, with the second weekend slated for July 27-29.
We are only a few weeks away from the most well known electronic music festival in the world. Tomorrowland hype is heating up, and for many, that means some intense FOMO. But do not worry if you cannot make it to Boom, Belgium later this month. Tomorrowland has its fans all over the world covered
Ultra Europe begins today folks! After a one of a kind 20th-anniversary party in Miami, complete with a reunion from Swedish House Mafia, Ultra is looking to keep its momentum going. It will be streaming the festival for the first time ever, and Ultra has announced how to watch. With a lineup featuring both Anxwell/Ingrosso