Point Blank are back with another track breakdown, this time delving into the magic behind mau5trap signee Rinzen’s weighty collaboration with Marbs and Evan Casey, ‘Torus’.
Two teenagers have died at festivals in the UK over the bank holiday.
Creamfields and Leeds Festival, which both took place in the North of England, are two of the UK's biggest festivals, with 70,000 attendees per day and 90,000 across the weekend respectively.
A 19-year-old male from Warrington was spotted looking unwell by security at around 12:15AM on Saturday at Creamfields. After initial assessment from a doctor on site, the teenager was rushed to Warrington district general hospital, where he later died.
Swedish House Mafia's production at Creamfields this year will take a full day to install.
The beloved EDM trio, comprising of Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso, will headline Creamfields in the UK this Sunday (25th), and will host a full stage takeover.
In a post on Instagram, Creamfields shared that "the production is so big that it will require a full day to install" and as a result "they will be playing an exclusive extended set".
See the full post from Creamfields below.
Eric Prydz has shared a new teaser video from his brand new audio-visual live concept show, VOID.
After having to cancel his appearances at Miami Music Week due to “an acute medical condition”, including sets at Ultra and a b2b with Adam Beyer as Cirez D, the beloved DJ/producer has revealed that the new show will debut at Creamfields’ Steel Yard on Friday 23rd August.
The Chemical Brothers have been confirmed as the latest headliner of this year's Creamfields.
The pair will return to the festival to headline the Horizon stage on 24th August, and follow on from headline announcements such as Swedish House Mafia and Deadmau5, both of whom will appear as UK festival exclusives.
Swedish House Mafia have confirmed four festival shows for 2019.
The trio— Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso— announced on Twitter that they will play Tinderbox in Odense, Denmark (27th - 29th June), Stavernfestivalen in Norway on 11th July, Austria's Frequency Festival (16th - 19th July), and Creamfields UK (22nd - 25th August). The exact dates of each performance are still to be revealed.
It looks like Swedish House Mafia will be headlining next year’s edition of Creamfields.
The date hasn’t yet been officially confirmed by either the group or the festival, but a trip over to the Liverpool festival’s website drops a big hint in the form of the trio’s famous logo of three circles.
Carl Cox is set to headline the second night of Creamfields’ upcoming two-day takeover at Steel Yard London.
Taking place on May 25 and 26 next year at Finsbury Park, the event will see headline appearances from Eric Prydz presenting his HOLO live show on the first night before Carl Cox rounds off proceedings the following night with his Space Ibiza show.
The nights might be creeping in but that doesn't mean summer is anywhere near over, as the Top 30 UK events in August 2018 go to show.