Group Therapy visionaries Above & Beyond will headline the festival on Saturday, while Tiësto will make his exclusive London performance on Sunday. Other notable acts on the bill include Steve Angello, and a rare DJ set from Faithless , to name only a few. This years lineup is eye catching to say the least and, considering Creamfields track record, the event is certain to be one of the unmissable festivals of the summer.
Electric Daisy Carnival has announced the official lineup for its 2018 festival. The headliners are Armin Van Buuren, Afrojack, Diplo, Kaskade, Marshmello, Martin Garrix, Tiësto, Zedd and more. EDC Las Vegas 2018 will take place at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway from May 18 to 20. With more than 250 of today’s top EDM artists
Tiësto has been at the center of the EDM world since before there was EDM, as one of the world’s most prominent trance DJs. A question I have asked myself over and over again, where did a guy that has been such an inspiration and role model to the world’s most well-known DJ/Producers find his
Chicago’s electronic summer staple, Spring Awakening Music Festival, will return to the Windy City’s Addams/Medill park for its seventh iteration Friday, June 8 through Sunday, June 10. The largest all-electronic music festival in the Midwest, Spring Awakening has released phase one of its 2018 lineup, a sizable roster of mainstream talent topped by Afrojack, Hardwell, Kaskade, Steve Aoki, Tiësto, deadmau5, and more.
Championed as “one of the most seismic lineups for Spring Awakening yet,” the shock waves spurred by the festival’s first phase only increase in intensity given the reveal of the event’s six branded stage showcases: Trance Arena, Bass Kitchen, the techno oriented Requiem, Sunday School, HELDEEP, and DJ MAG.
3-day GA and VIP passes to Spring Awakening’s seventh edition are now available for purchase, here.
Insomniac is bringing Beyond Wonderland back for its eighth rendition in Southern California this March, and the two day festival just released a stacked lineup. The four stage festival will host over 60 artists with headliners ranging from Alesso and Seven Lions to Tiesto and KSHMR.
With artists specializing in bass, trance, techno, trap, house and hardstyle, this lineup almost certainly has something for everyone.
Beyond Wonderland will take place at NOS Events Center on March 16 and 17, and fans hoping to attend this year’s festival can purchase tickets here.
It’s Friday, January 26th and that means all new music for this week’s New EDM This Week playlist from yours truly. With a handful of new singles, EPs, remix EPs, and full-length albums, all of the new music this week is overwhelming to say the least. With 231 new songs on this week’s playlist, you’ll
Tiesto is now the latest artist to jump into the latest trend of dance music – EDM rap. In an unlikely collaboration the legendary artists worked together to produce ‘BOOM’ which we can already tell is going to be a remixer’s dream. Many may not know that Tiesto has worked with hip hop artists in
The Philly native makes his 2018 debut with “Flying High,” which features Yashar Gasanov on vocals. The track is a bit more chill than his typical hard-hitting bass, with groovy, mid-tempo synths and a refreshing bass-line.
With a curveball to start the new year, fans should keep an eye on his output as the producer is currently working on a groundbreaking, modernized live performance project.
When it comes to a record of the most widely supported producers of today, 1001Tracklists offers a look through a retrospective lens, releasing its list of the “Top 101 Producers of 2017” a little over a week into 2018.
The “world’s leading DJ tracklist database,” 1001Tracklists accounts for mixes, radio shows, and club and festival sets alike, maintaining a quantitative musical log that tracks the frequency with which a given producer’s works appear across tracklists. 1001Tracklists’ meticulous strategy to measuring producer prominence across mixes, radio shows, and sets results in a precisely ordered list sees Skrillex at the very peak of the “Top 101 Producers of 2017” list, coming in at first place with a “Total Unique DJ Support” of 1,463. 1001 Tracklists’ “Total Unique DJ Support” represents the total number of times that a release crafted by the producer surfaced.
Don Diablo trailed Skrillex with a support of 1,198, followed by Axwell with 1,007, Diplo with 1,002, and Hardwell, rounding out the top five with 997. The broad list sees BROHUG, Tiesto, EDX, Eric Prydz, and more place within the top 20. The complete list of the most heavily supported producers of the previous year can be viewed here.