Outside of his main work with Caribou, Dan Snaith has kept up with his Daphni project with refreshing frequency. His last full-length was 2017’s Joli Mai, and earlier this year he released a flip on Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” Today, he’s announced that he’ll put out a new EP this summer, and … More »
Following a sleuth of massive singles such as “Honesty” and “I Can’t Lose,” Luv Drunk is back with one of his best releases to date. In preparation of Summer 2019, Luv Drunk has released his brand new single “Paradise.” Be sure to watch out for Luv Drunk in the near future with a collection of
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The time has come for another Los Angeles edition of Jamie Jones’ Paradise in the Park. Having first touched ground in the Southern Californian locale in 2017, the event has since become a beloved institution within the underground sphere. The 2019 iteration will be hosted in an outdoor downtown location per usual, at the Grand Park Pavilion, and will feature the event’s signature vibrant décor.
A stacked array of house/techno stalwarts will be joining leader Jamie Jones come June 1. Loco Dice will be coming out for the soirée, in addition to a special back-to-back with Lauren Lane and Latmun, David Berrie, and local legend Doc Martin. Tickets are still available for the event here.
Tomorrowland organizers strike a particularly sweet chord among underground enthusiasts with their announcement of the Belgium-based event’s 2019 stage hosts.
The techno-friendly roster sees a number of industrial visionaries assume curative stage responsibilities. Charlotte de Witte, for one, will resume her KNTXT tour at Tomorrowland 2019. De Witte originally debuted her KNTXT showcase back in 2015 at Belgian nightclub, Fuse, and later revived KNTXT for some select shows in the spring of 2018.
Indeed, Tomorrowland hit the techno trifecta this year, with the return of Adam Beyer‘s Drumcode Stage, Jamie Jones‘s Paradise Stage, and Sven Väth’s Cocoon Stage. Nina Kraviz will also head her very own Tomorrowland stage, to further solidify Tomorrowland 2019 as a veritable techno haven. House music fans, fret not, for Tomorrowland also caters to house heads, namely through a Dirtybird stage and the reprise of Claptone‘s traveling party series, The Masquerade. In that vein, Barong Family, Robin Schulz & Friends, and Anjunabeats account for just a fraction of the additional stage hosts slated to grace Tomorrowland’s 2019 iteration.
As in the festival’s previous years of production, Tomorrowland will span two consecutive weekends in July. Tomorrowland’s opening weekend will run Jul 19-21. The second and final weekend of the electronic affair will span Jul 26-28.
Wynn Nightlife is primed to cater to house and techno enthusiasts in its introduction of Art of the Wild. A three-day run of day-to-night parties, Art of the Wild will bill acts from renowned event brands elrow, Circoloco, Rumors, and Paradise.
Wynn-owned Vegas hotspots, Encore Beach Club and XS will welcome Claptone, Chris Liebing, Lauren Lane, Nicole Moudaber, Black Coffee b2b Virgil Abloh, and more for Art of the Wild’s inaugural edition. The one-of-a-kind soiree will take over Wynn’s Sin City holdings from October 5-7, providing an anomalous underground experience in the heart of Las Vegas. Those interested in attending Art of the Wild’s debut can purchase tickets, here.
Genres collide in the new track from Nicky Romero, Deniz Koyu, and Walk of the Earth called “Paradise”. This track features Walk of the Earth’s vocals and Romero’s and Koyu’s melodies and instrumentals. “Paradise” brings us to a perfect world where we are happy and dancing our worries away on a Saturday night. The lead
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Framework, one of Los Angeles’ ringleaders in underground electronic music, announced its 2018 Coachella programming. Over the years, Framework has proven a forward-thinking outfit in the music booking business and brought its unique curatorial prowess to the forefront, soundtracking the Desert’s biggest weekend with some of house and techno’s most sought after names.
Now, on the festival’s first weekend, starting Friday, April 13, Framework will bring Rhonda INTL back to the Desert for a rare back-to-back set with the Hot Creations boss Jamie Jones and the Afropolitan house giant Black Coffee.
Then, attendees will be transported to an ethereal evening of techno on Saturday, April 14 with ELLUM founder Maceo Plex.
Those that seek all-night jaunts on the Polo Fields need look no further than Framework’s booking. Soundtracked by house and techno’s best, Framework will surely prove to be the key to Coachella’s underground.