Ayah Marar’s latest single “Go Hard” is currently featured on electronic heavy hitter, Afrojack’s VEVO playlist. In addition to Ayah’s video clip: MS MR, When Saints Go Machine, Jessie Ware, and Hurts are also featured. You can check out Afrojack’s playlist here, and watch the “Go Hard” clip below.
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YouTube is doing us all a favor and saving us the money, and time by streaming the Ultra Music Festival live on their website! With a star studded line up of DJs and artists: Above & Beyond, Afrojack, David Guetta, Fat Boy Slim, Avicii, Knife Party, Kaskade, Swedish House Mafia, Deadmau5, etc… you might not want to miss this! Stream it live here!
It’s every EDM fanatic’s absolute fantasy and worst nightmare combined: who to see this New Year’s Eve?! In the NYE party capital, New York City, Afrojack, Dada Life, Armin van Buuren, Pretty Lights, and many more tearing it up, while the west coast is set to be rocked by an insane lineup of DJs playing the “White Wonderland Festival.” The EDM Gods haven’t forgotten about Miami, which will be entertained by Kaskade, Calvin Harris, Nervo, Alesso, Tiesto, and Steve Angello, along with Detroit being rocked by Skrillex and Dog Blood. So let us know: which one of these amazing shows will YOU be attending?!
This year has been loaded with awesome, tracks, remixes and epic releases of electronic dance music. We have talked about some awesome music throughout the year and we’ve randomly picked ten of our favorite songs from 2012. Trust us, there are so many other good ones out there!
In no particular order, our favorite electronic dance music from 2012!
The Veldt – Deadmau5 Featuring Chris James
Anything Could Happen – Ellie Goulding
Make Some Noise – Chuckie and JunxterJack
Spectrum - Zedd
Roll It, Light It – Cypress Hill & Rusko
Killin’ It – Krewella
Let’s Go – Calvin Harris Featuring Ne-Yo
Can’t Stop Me – Afrojack & Shermanology
Bangarang - Skrillex Featuring Sirah (We know, it came out in 2011 but, it was days before 2012!)
Get Stoopid – Bombs Away & Seany B
Let us know your favorites from 2012!
The Grammy award winning EDM powerhouse has added 15 new tour dates on the US “Jacked” Tour. Venues include Pacha NY, Playhouse LA, and Mansion in Miami. Click HERE to get the complete tour schedule. Check out his spectacular performance at Surrender, Las Vegas for a preview of what you can expect from an Afrojack performance!
Via InTheMix, “Having previously welcomed guests like Avicii, Above & Beyond and Afrojack, Marquee Sydney is flying in a seriously big name for Saturday 2 June. The big name in question is none other than longtime favourite of Australian crowds, Kaskade. The enduring house head was last here to warm up the Stereosonic mainstage in 2011, and this time it’ll be an up-close-and-personal show under the Marquee roof.
Kaskade will be making the long haul down here just as the Northern summer is heating up – a season that’s going to keep the DJ very, very busy. His Freaks Of Nature tour is currently on the road in the U.S., with his new stage production taking over theatres and arenas usually reserved for leading rock acts. The very next weekend after coming to Australia, he’ll be back in Las Vegas for Electric Daisy Carnival 2012, before continuing on his extensive home circuit until August. Expect to hear a host of new productions at Marquee.”
DJ/ Producer Joey Paranoia has kept fans captivated with his amazing sets that feature multiple genres -everything from Hyphy, Electro, Dutch House, Moombahton, and Dubstep. In addition to sharing the main stage with artists such as Afrojack, Skrillex, Dada Life, Datsik, Dillion Francis, and Justin Martin, Paranoia has also headlined major festivals including Electric Daisy Carnival and Starscape in 2011. His new mixtape, Rain Or Shine … It’s Summertime features the incredible new single from Kevin Doherty and Amba Shepherd, Lifeline. This massive mix also features tracks from Felix Cartel, Gemini, Sander van Doorn, and Dragonette. Be Sure to also check out Candybeats’ amazing interview with Paranoia where he discusses Tupac’s Coachella performance, EDM’s new-found popularity, and his advice for up-and-coming artists.
Sub Focus -Out The Blue Laidback Luke Remix -Original Mix
Lucky Date -Six 16
Raven Maize – Fascinated_Alex Kenji Remix
DJ Icey – RIKRAK (Meaux Green Remix) Apr 9th on Zone
Felix Cartel – Triple Deke
Dragonette -Let it Go_Laidback Luke Remix
Gemini -Fire Inside
Clockwork -Squad Up
Felix Cartel – New Ivory – Higher
Sander Van Doorn – Chasin
Blatta & Inesha -Consign To Oblivion
Joey Paranoia – Winston Wolfe – Duckface
Coucheron – Outrageous
Kevin Doherty -Lifeline Feat Amba Shepherd -Rocket Pimp Remix
Jay-Z’s own “Made In America” festival announced its first year lineup. Artists onboard include some top DJs like Skrillex, Afrojack, and Calvin Harris, and many more. Jay-Z himself will be Headlining as well as the legendary grunge rock band, Pearl Jam. Tickets are going on sale tomorrow, May 23rd, and passes are expected to cost around 100 bucks.
The “Made In America” Festival is set to rock philly on September 1st and 2nd.
You can check out more information, and more artist lineup info at the official website: http://www.madeinamericafest.com/
Marquee Nightclub and Dayclub in Las Vegas topped the 2012 Nightclub & Bar Top 100 list with a total revenue of $70-80 million dollars in 2011. Marquee’s success in the Cosmopolitan and in New York City paved the way for its new sister club in Sydney. Australia’s EDM scene is taking the world by storm with super star DJs like Tommy Trash, Yolanda Be Cool, and Dirty South establishing followings at festivals and venues around the world. It seems only fitting that popular venues and festivals should capitalize on what may become a booming party destination.
Marquee opened in The Star Hotel & Casino, a chic location that will attract big spenders and celebrities. The hotel is already home to Momofuku Seiobo, and David Chang’s restaurant has already established quite the following. A typical meal meal averages $180 US dollars and there is no doubt trendy diners will spill over into the club. Australian nightlife blog InTheMix goes on to describe Marquee’s opening night,
“Despite a lower-than-expected ceiling, the combination of a killer sound system, great lights, open bar and a genuinely excited crowd made for a pretty good first impression. Just like a scene from a club in Vegas, there were people dancing on couches and tables, pumping their Marquee glow-sticks in the air. LMFAO’s RedFoo spent a fair amount of time on the mic, declaring Marquee open and generally hyping the place up, going as far as to quote, “I’m up in Sydney, bitch,” to which the crowd went bananas on cue.”
Marquee’s A-list DJ performances and co-ed bathrooms could make Sydney the new city of sin.