EDM superstar Afrojack has announced he’s going to be participating in this year’s edition of the grueling Gumball 3000 rally.
The 18th annual Gumball 3000 will go from Dublin to the Romanian capital Bucharest — a distance of 3,000 miles — in just five days.
No stranger to Malaysia, Afrojack is back once again with a reason to get your dancing shoes on, as he unleashes his energetic style of beats that are sure to pack the house at the second The White Party at KL Live. After such a great turnout during the first installment of TWP, the organizers are back with a second, bigger and better installment, with Afrojack taking on the baton as he hits the decks this March 13th.
Now approaching its third annual edition, Ultra Europe is officially the largest electronic music festival to ever take place on Croatian soil — and this year it again has a monumental line-up to match.
Amongst the picks of the first phase of artists set to perform at the week-long festival, taking place at the Poljud stadium, include: Dutch DJ superstar Afrojack, one third of the disbanded Swedish House Mafia, Steve Angello, tech-house favourite Carl Cox and young EDM sensation Martin Garrix.
Omnia Nightclub yesterday announced the first set of artists from its electronic music line-up, featuring some of the world’s top DJ sensations.
Headliners of the new nightlife destination include globally esteemed DJs such as Dutch world renowned superstar DJ Afrojack as well as Armin Van Buuren, Chuckie, young sensation Martin Garrix, Oliver Heldens, Krewella, Nervo, Nicky Romero and Showtek.
Multi-platinum selling producer, DJ to tens of thousands every week and EDM figurehead: Afrojack is undeniably one of global dance music’s biggest names. He cut through the crap when telling us about the notion of selling out, he’s ranked high on our DJ Mag Top 100 list and now, he’s taking step back to share his 10 fondest DJ career highlights… so far…
Isle Of Dreams, the electronic music event that was scheduled to take place in three different locations next week, has just announced the cancellation of its Israel event.
The Turkey event, due to take place on August 5th — 7th, has also been postponed.
The festival in Switzerland is still expected to go ahead as planned.
After an extraordinary refurbishment and sold-out opening party, fresh hotspot Gatecrasher Ibiza have announced their full list of summer residencies.
Fitted with the notorious Void Incubus soundsystem, the newly renovated club will showcase an astounding audio-visual experience that will certainly do justice to the impressive list of names set to grace the DJ booth over the summer.
Like the no mans land between Christmas and New Year, there comes a point in Miami when it’s hard to work out what day it is anymore. This discombobulating experience almost always arrives thanks to the sprawling nature of Get Lost, the ninth edition of Damian Lazarus’ party, which this year stretches to a 24-hour experience lasting from early Saturday to Sunday morning.
Miami is now in full swing, with Collins Avenue bustling with party people enjoying the pool parties and gearing up for Ultra this weekend.
But the DJs don’t seem to be fairing so well. Yesterday Avicii cancelled his show at the SLS (his official, branded hotel for Miami Music Week) amidst reports that he had been rushed to hospital.
Afrojack, the big Dutch DJ who polled at No.9 in DJ Mag's last Top 100 DJs poll, has just launched his own music-making app in association with gaming company Razer. The app allows users to make music on a Razer Blade Pro laptop using Afrojack's Production Studio app.