Rebekah has teamed up with Serbian producer Lag for a split EP on her Elements label. Set for release on 19th October, the EP sees both artists serving up an original cut as well as taking turns to remix the another’s work.
Lag’s ‘Rutra’ opens proceedings with a deep, bassy and off-kilter atmosphere while Rebekah’s remix flips the original mix on its head, turning it into fuming, relentless techno weapon.
Eric Prydz has dropped his new 4-track EP ‘Elements’ which is available to listen to now.
The new tunes include ‘Obsessive Progressive’, ‘Project Love’, ‘The Hooks’ and the EP’s title track ‘Elements’.
He revealed the EP's release date via a social media update on Tuesday (15th May) as part of a promotion for his run of shows at Hi Ibiza this summer.
Elements Music & Art Festival, held 26th-28th May 2017 in Lakewood, Pennsylvania, has added SNBRN, Baauer, Eli & Fur, plus many others to its stacked line-up.
Eli Escobar and Behrouz have also been added to the phase two roster, joining the previously announced artists including Claude VonStroke, Tipper, and Claptone, amongst others. Lee Burridge will also perform a live sunrise set accompanied with fireworks.
The future of London music venue Electrowerkz has been threatened by Network Rail's plans for Crossrail 2.
The Islington club could potentially face closure after neighbouring buildings were earmarked for demolition to accommodate for the expansion of Angel tube station.
Blending liquid vocals and broken two-step percussion, this exclusive track from Fybe:One is a beaut.
Taken from 'Elements' — the debut LP from Shades boss Fybe:One, released 17th November on Shades Recordings — 'Underneath' gives you a taste of what to expect from the album.
After garnering the support of Red Bull Music Academy and performing at Reading & Leeds festival and the upcoming Bestival; the UK-based radio, production and brother duo of Adam and Joe aka Star. One have spent the summer dropping tracks from their new mixtape ‘Elements’.
Location: Beijing, China
Located in the luxurious east side of Beijing, Elements is a frill-heavy venue and nightlife spot focussing on VIP experience. With modern design that ‘oozes sex appeal’, Elements has seen the likes of Steve Aoki, Alan Walker and Paul van Dyk grace its booth since it opened in 2012. Founded by Beijing nightlife mastermind and former DJ Mark Zhang, Elements covers the whole VIP experience with an impressive Turbosound system. Room two caters to a growing hip-hop and urban audience in China, with artists like Run DMC having played in the past.
Location: Beijing, China
Despite being only six years old, Elements has become one of China’s premier nightclubs. Hosting the likes of Alan Walker, Sebastian Ingrosso, Deorro and Paul Van Dyk in the last year alone, its growing reputation has seen it climb the ranks of the DJ Mag Top 100 Clubs at a rapid pace. Founded by Beijing nightlife mastermind and former DJ Mark Zhang, the club recognised the need for high-quality, high-end clubbing, offering a VIP experience and tailoring to a growing hip-hop and r&b market in Asia with a second room hosting the likes of Run DMC. Having also founded the prestigious Coco Banana club, Zhang installed a Turbosound system in Elements, proving that high-end experience isn’t just about the money.
Over the past 12 months, the club has shifted its focus, adding more styles like tropical house, bass music, trance and hardstyle alongside its residents Counter Flow, Neobie and Tyo. Elements is undergoing refurbishment at the moment and is scheduled to reopen with a new look in April, with the club claiming that it’s “turning into a more modern, sophisticated venue that will still be the heart of the action in Beijing”.
Often calling upon acts from the higher echelons of our Top 100 DJs poll, Elements is known for its big bookings. In the last year or so, R3HAB, Yves V, Axtone, Alan Walker, DVBBS and Ummet Ozcan have all passed through the doors. In turn, the club tells us that so have 60 percent more clubbers than last year.
“Our music is mainly focused on EDM and tech-house,” they add, before explaining that in the last 12 months they have opened another intimate club room inside called ROOM 79, which only plays hip-hop. “It means we are the only club in China that provides two different concepts in one, which is well-received by our fans from all over the world.”
Alongside a solid bed of residents who come from all over the world, including Korea, Brazil and Taiwan, Elements boasts a black and gold interior that combines luxury with function. In terms of sound, the club packs a punch thanks to its Turbosound install, as well as Funktion One’s most premium set up, the PSM318.