Bacardi invited Noisey along to their three day Halloween music festival located on a private island in the Caribbean off the coast of Puerto Rico. The result is this, pretty hilarious short documentary entitled ‘The story of the Bacardi Triangle’.
Featuring antics from a host of well known faces, including Kendrick Lamar - this video is a glimpse into what happens when you gather some of the worlds most influential people together for 3 days of non-stop hedonistic partying.
Bacardi Rum are offering a lucky DJ Mag winner and guest the trip of a lifetime to the Bacardi Triangle over this year's Halloween weekend - October 30 to November 2.
Michael Brun is living the dream. At just 22-years-old he has played the main stage at Ultra Music Festival, closed out the dance-centric Sahara tent at Coachella and crafted official remixes for heavyweights Tiësto, Armin van Buuren and Calvin Harris.
Today marks the start of the final week of voting in Top 100 DJs 2014. Over 750,000 of you have already had your say, and we are expecting thousands more votes in the next seven days. Dance music is in the middle of its biggest ever boom, with both the mainstream and underground scenes thriving across the planet, so how will this affect the 2014 rankings? Only you can decide who is voted No. 1, and if you haven’t already had your say - this is your time!
June's DJ Mag cover star Fatboy Slim will be heading to the South Of France next month as one of the main attractions at Electrobeach, the festival held in the beautiful location of Port Barcarès on July 11th and 12th.
After his trip to Brazil and various sojourns around Glastonbury, Fatboy will be bringing his through-the-ages audio-visual show to Electrobeach as one of the main headliners.
Trance guru and two-time winner of the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll, Paul Oakenfold, is set to play the brand new three-part dance festival Isle Of Dreams.
The Prodigy have just been announced as headlining the Sziget Festival in Hungary this August. The festival is in its 22nd year now, and takes place on an island in the middle of the capital city, Budapest.
Dance music has seldom fared very well at the Brits, the UK music industry's annual awards show. Indeed, the Brits did away with the Best British Dance Act category a few years ago, but this year it appears that dance music is back to bite the mainstream music industry on the backside.