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Check Out Bombs Away’s Full Creamfields Recap With DJ Kronic

We already featured a preview of Bombs Away’s killer Creamfields set with DJ Kronic. Now FULL recap takes you backstage behind one of their biggest performances to date! Watch as the boys drop their hit Super Soaker in front of a roaring festival crowd. Creamfields is the epitome of international festivals and these boys brought their vivacious antics to an audience of screaming fans – Check it out!

Bombs Away Is Added To The Superstar Lineup At Creamfields Australia

Since its emergence on the scene in 1998, Creamfields has become a top electronic music festival with events in the UK (where it originated), Abu Dhabi, Peru, Portugal, Poland, Central Europe, Mexico, Poland, Chile, Brazil, Spain – and now Australia.

In its humble beginnings in 1998, 25,000 people gathered in Winchester to celebrate their favorite names in dance music. Now, the festival has the capacity to hold  80,000 attendees. This is the perfect festival for anyone who is into the rave scene, clubbing, or EDM.

Aussie DJ/Production duo Bombs Away will light up Creamfields Australia’s Main Room. This all-star lineup includes veteran acts Dirty South, Above & Beyond, David Guetta, Shockone, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Tritonal, and Alesso. Check out the set times for the April 28th Melbourne edition of Creamfields!

Tao Group Opens A Marquee Sister Club In Sydney, Australia

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.

Thomas Gold’s Xclusive December Chart Features His Remix Of Schiller’s Try Featuring Nadia Ali

In three short years Thomas Gold has built an impressive back catalog. On top of his solo releases, his remix work has been so successful that today his credits read like the who’s who of the global dance scene. His remix of Schiller and Nadia Ali’s Try has dominated mix shows and dance floors alike. Now his Xclusive  Chart features Try as one of his favorites of December. Visit 808 Music for the complete set list featuring Dirty South, Alesso, and more! – http://888music.com/va-thomas-gold-xclusive-december-chart/