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.
Dutch prodigy Nicky Romero hit some major milestones as of late, with his imprint Protocol Recordings putting out its 100th release — to say nothing of his latest release with Rozes, “Where Would We Be” — and, in just one month, he’ll head to the Main Stage for Ultra Music Festival‘s 20th anniversary. In honor of that celebration, Romero teamed up with leading audio loudspeaker company JBL to launch the “Ultimate Fan Fly Away” competition.
One lucky pair of dance music fans will win free flights, hotel accommodations, and full weekend tickets to the festival, all paid for by Romero himself. The winners will also get the experience of joining Romero on the Ultra MainStage for a meet & greet in front of 165,000 festival attendees and millions watching via Livestream.
To enter, visit this site and follow him on Spotify. Runner-ups will receive autographed JBL headphones.
To celebrate the recent announcement of the 2018 EDC Las Vegas lineup and to get ready for the weekend, we are proud to present this week’s new dance music. This week we are proud to present new music from artists such as Diplo, DRAM, Sean Paul & David Guetta, Nicky Romero & ROZES, Afrojack &
Nicky Romero has been experimenting with several different styles of the past year. While some of them we believed some of them missed the mark a bit, it is downright awesome to see an artist stray outside of their comfort zone. In his latest release Nicky hit the mark and he had some help with
Following its five year anniversary, Protocol Recordings hits another milestone with its 100th release. To demonstrate its significance for the imprint, the label boss himself, Nicky Romero, released a brand new track dubbed “PRTCL.”
This is a special treat for Romero fans, as they get a taste of his signature sound along with some help from the widely popular dance music MC Spyder. The track is bound to make any audience go wild, perfect for the main-stage as we get closer to festival season.
It’s Friday, January 12th and that, of course, means new music to get your weekend kicked off properly! This past week, we discovered 158 new songs with a handful of remix EPs, new hit singles, and a handful of albums. Compare this to only 58 new releases last week, this week’s playlist is massive with
Nicky Romero has to hate me at this point. His last few releases missed the mark in my humble opinion. That is way his latest release has gotten me incredibly excited. While Romero dipped his feet into multiple genres in 2017, many of the experimental tunes were rough around the edges. ‘PRTCL’ on the other
Avicii and Nicky Romero’s galvanic 2012 single, “I Could Be The One” will soon gain a successor. Romero confirmed that he has been logging studio hours with the “Levels” hitmaker on the 280th episode of his weekly radio show, Protocol Radio.
Romero commented only on the existence of another Avicii/Romero collaboration, with no additional details concerning the track’s title or impending release date forthcoming. The product of the pair of superstars, however, likely drop in 2018, shortly after the five-year anniversary of “I Could Be The One,” the landmark collab that turned five-years-old on December 26. Given the massive commercial success of “I Could Be The One,” another dual Avicii/Romero release can only be expected to further evince the project as a match made in collab heaven.
Martin Garrix and David Guetta’s collaboration “So Far Away” has deservingly received its very own six-track remix pack. When the single dropped Dec. 1, it received split reviews, as Garrix’s music has long been divisive in the EDM community. Surely, though, if listeners hadn’t enjoyed the original they were sure to enjoy the plethora of alternatives it would soon spawn. Now, the Jamie Scott and Romy Dya-led hit has done just that.
Garrix has gathered six remixes of “So Far Way,” ranging in sounds. With an amped future bass take by Blinders, a more big room, future house take by Nicky Romero and a deep house dive by way of BLR, Garrix suggests that the track’s true grandeur is its ability to shine in a wide variety of interpretations.
Martin Garrix had massive success once again in 2017. He released music which topped charts all over the world. Had 3 singles in the top 100 most streamed songs on the year, was named DJ Mag’s top DJ again, and headlined festivals all over the world. Not bad for a guy who hasn’t even seen