Imagine a music show in outer space? Yeah, it would be rad. But you and I will most likely never live to see the day of dancing on the moon. That said, another pretty rad concept has been delivered upon and is set to take part in 2018. For the first time in history, a
The world’s first zero gravity club experience is underway, and you could actually be among the first to party in a state of total weightlessness. And who better to score the debut of such a boundary event than the likes of Steve Aoki, W&W, and Armin Van Buuren? That’s exactly what the world’s most cavalier clubgoers are in for with BigCityBeats’ latest event, World Club Dome Zero Gravity. The World Club Dome concept is responsible for some of the most unique party experiences out there, and now they’re putting on the smallest, most exclusive club event of all time in a specially converted A310 aircraft, commissioned by the European Space Agency for astronaut training flights, for a completely gravity-free party experience.
Two winners, one male and one female, from each continent will be chosen for the maiden flight, with an additional two winners from Germany and India each. The flight will be a total of 90 minutes and it will take off from Frankfurt Airport on February 7, 2018. Fans can apply to be selected by submitting a 20-second video testimonial as to why they should win access to World Club Dome Zero Gravity, and the first wave of finalists will be announced on January 12. Apply for consideration here.
Imagine a music festival in outer space? Yeah, it would be rad. But you and I will most likely never live to see the day of dancing on the moon. That said, another pretty rad concept has been delivered upon and is set to take part in 2018. For the first time in history, a
The internationally acclaimed fan favorite duos of Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and W&W have teamed up for another festival anthem that’s bound to get any crowd moving. In this case, “moving” literally means going in two different directions for about four minutes and three seconds. Coming off the second year in a row being nominated as #2 on the DJ Mag Top 100, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike demonstrated that they really mean business, bringing out W&W to drop the track at AMF this weekend.
The track kicks off with an elongated crash to build suspense and immediately transitions into vocal chants accompanied by loud drum kicks telling the crowd to go left and right on repeat right up until the drop — hard-hitting in it’s own right and one that continues to provide navigation.
Guestlist 4 Good have just announced the second phase of artists added to the World’s Biggest Guestlist Festival, to be held in Mumbai from December 1-3. With over 250,000 registrations, the charitable festival aims to smash the world record for the Largest Guestlist, while also funding secondary education for over 100,000 underprivileged Indian children.
The final night of the three-day extravaganza will be headlined by DJ Mag No.1 Hardwell, who will be ably aided by new additions and fellow Dutch artists W&W, Kill The Buzz, Suyano, as well as one of India’s hottest homegrown talents, Shaan.
In the words of Hardwell himself: “Our goal is to put 100,000 underprivileged Indian children into education and help to give them a better start in life and I am honored to be bringing my friends W&W, Kill the Buzz, Suyano and SHAAN, to help me do it. This United Are We event will be something very special and we hope that you the fans will be a part of this incredible aid-event.”
W&W and Vini Vici have teamed up for their latest release “Chakra,” which combines a blend genres and cultures to create on of their most unique tracks to date. The foundation of “Chakra” is fast paced psytrance with an almost country western meets tribal chant influences dispersed throughout the six minute long track. The elaborate song has the potential to grace the largest festival main stages in addition to the underground club circuit, and it’s a definite divergence from both artists’ usual sound.
At the end of July, Maurice West made his Tomorrowland debut. The young Dutch producer played on three different stages in one day, wowing crowds across the festival. West already has several accomplishments under his belt, including being the first artist to sign to W&W’s imprint, Mainstage Music. He also joined the Armada team just a year after releasing his first track.
His latest release is a big room house single, out now on Armada Music. “Voice In My Head” features a catchy, vocal-chopped theme with a dancing piano melody. It’s an exceptional follow-up to West’s recent collaboration with KSHMR.
When two of the hottest acts of today’s dance music scene link up, you know there’s a mainstage anthem heading your way. Fresh from thrilling the masses at the world’s most prestigious events, W&W and Vini Vici’s ‘Chakra’ finally sees its release on W&W’s Mainstage Music imprint. Folks, this track is absolutely COLOSSAL! The opening track of Armin
Dutch DJ duo W&W have always been good at experimenting with their sound design and style. Starting off as Trance producers in 2011, they quickly moved towards big room where they developed a penchant for dropping some of the most popular big room house tracks to date.
With their recent endeavor, “Whatcha Need,” W&W have experimented with bits of the track, inculcating sounds from a variety of genres – even including percussive elements of Jersey club and trap. As a result of this, the song has the heart and soul of a big room track, and yet manages to avoid the tediousness surrounding conventional EDM rhythmic structures with clever ease.