Anjunabeats has announced its North American tour dates slated to jump off in March 2017 with Andrew Bayer and Ilan Bluestone.
Headlining the tour are Andrew Bayer and ilan Bluestone, who are touring as a b2b duo for the first time.
“It's an honor to play with super talented Bayer b2b”, says ilan. “He really does know how to deliver music and we just vibe off each other so it's gonna be amazing to combine forces!”
In addition to Andrew and ilan’s b2b performances, Anjunabeats will announce special guests and support later this month.
Jason Ross is one of the true rising stars in dance music. He’s been chosen by Above & Beyond for a collaboration on the club mix of ‘Fly To New York’, tapped by Seven Lions to remix the showstopper hit, ‘Creation’, working on mashups with Kaskade and most recently helming the latest Anjunabeats Worldwide mix and tour. The young beatsmith’s latest single, titled ‘Me Tonight’ and featuring Lauren Ray, was a Beatport Trance #1 almost instantly upon drop-age.
The artist’s green room in London’s Royal Albert Hall doesn’t quite match the scale of grandeur its main arena boasts. But for the talent fortunate enough to pace its floors in anticipation of a pending performance, it is special by association.
The room is bright, lit to assist the fine details of makeup and costume preparation. There is a cream-colored, tiled wall with a large clock hanging on it that reads 5:05pm and just beneath that, a simple black couch.
The dates have just been announced for next year's Brighton Music Conference (BMC) — the UK's answer to ADE.
The event will again be taking place at Brighton's picturesque Dome complex — adjoining the iconic Brighton Pavilion, built for the Prince Regent (who later became King George IV) in the early 1800s — and the BMC organisers have asked DJ Mag, their main dance music media sponsors, to alert the UK industry to save the date.
DJ Mag is hosting an arena at the SW4 festival on Clapham Common this summer — and we can now reveal the line-up for the day.
Mistajam, BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra's main man in new dance and urban music, has just been added to the line-up for the 2014 South West Four festival in London this summer.
Above & Beyond — Jono, Tony and Paavo — will be the first British DJs to headline Madison Square Gardens in New York later this year. The event in October is timed to coincide with the 100th edition of their Group Therapy radio show, which will be broadcast live on the night.
A&B are one of the biggest UK acts, and have consistently featured in the higher echelons of the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll over the past decade.
The SW4 line-up just got bigger and better — with the announcement that Eats Everything will be hosting his own stage.
We've also got some more line-up additions, joining headliners Above & Beyond (Saturday) and Deadmau5 (Sunday) for the August bank holiday weekend event on London's Clapham Common.
Earlier this month, we brought you the news that Above & Beyond would headline the Saturday at SW4.
The guys behind the event have now announced Deadmau5, in what they are calling their ‘most anticipated booking’ of all time.