Don Diablo has won the Highest Future House award at this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 DJs 2019. He’s up one from last year, landing the No. 6 spot.
Don Diablo has proven once again that he’s the Godfather of future house, claiming the gong for highest placed DJ of the genre in 2019, and not only that but he’s edged up another place, landing just outside the top five!
Don Diablo has announced his biggest ever solo show.
Last year, the Dutch DJ and producer performed at AFAS Live, where he premiered FUTURE XL to over 6,000 attendees following the release of his album 'Future'. Embarking on the FOREVER tour this week, where he will perform in America, Europe and Asia, Don Diablo has now announced a solo show at Amsterdam's 17,000-capacity Ziggo Dome.
Don Diablo is launching a comic book series called 'Hexagon'.
Taking its name from the Dutch DJ and producer's record label, the sci-fi series will run in five parts and will be written by Don Diablo himself.
Tomorrowland has shared a selection of full sets from weekend two.
Weekend one of the festival, which took place from the 25th to 28th July, featured sets from Eric Prydz, Adam Beyer, Skepta and many more.
Watch back the weekend two sets from Armin van Buuren, Carl Cox and Don Diablo below.
Revisit sets from the likes of Charlotte De Witte and Tiësto at weekend one of the festival earlier this month here.
A new app filter adds 50 years to your face and we've got frighteningly realistic images of some of the world's biggest DJs to prove it.
Currently going viral via a new "age challenge", the filter is the latest trend by FaceApp, which originally launched back in 2017.
Ever wonder what Gerd Janson, Amelie Lens, Don Diablo, Skream, Loco Dice, Solardo and Timmy Trumpet might look like in 2069? Well, now you can below.
Try it for yourself here.
Don Diablo has shared the video for new track, 'The Rhythm'.
The video accompanies the surprise release of 'The Rhythm', a track which Don Diablo describes as a "secret DJ weapon".
"After four years I am proud to reach 100 releases on my Hexagon label" Don Diablo said of the track, "I always wanted to merge my trademark piano sound with ragga vocals so I could create a big clash between classic and futuristic house and Hexagon style sounds to combine old school vibes with forward thinking sounds."
There's a festival taking place in a 180-year-old industrial mine this summer.
Beats For Love will run from 3rd to 6th July at Industrial Areal Dolní Vítkovice, in Ostrava, eastern Czech Republic — the facility closed in 1998.
Romania's largest festival, UNTOLD, is set to return for its fifth edition this summer, and it's now been revealed that the likes of Armin van Buuren, Don Diablo and Steve Aoki will all be making appearances over the weekend.
In East Amsterdam, tucked away on what seems like a sleepy street (though that may just be due to the icy weather), lies the home of Don Pepijn Schipper. Freshly renovated — he moved in just the day before our interview — it’s a grand old building of wooden beams and stained glass, but with a slick, modern makeover; think glass walls, minimalistic furniture and the obligatory pool.
“If you want great success you need to offer great sacrifice. Otherwise why would you be so lucky? You can’t just carelessly expect things from the universe”
THE DARK SIDE
“They started yelling at me like, ‘You’re insane, why would you say no to this kind of money?’ And I’m like, ‘Because you need to stick by your principles.’ This kind of industry crushes you”