With SW4 just around the corner, this year’s after-parties will be taking place at London’s Electric Brixton, it has been announced.
Confirmed to play on Saturday 27th August will be Eric Prydz (who’ll play for three hours), Alan Fitzpatrick and Cristoph.
Set to play on the next day, Sunday 28th August, will be New York legend Danny Tenaglia, John Digweed (which’ll be his thirteenth appearance at the festival), Cocoon's Ilario Alicante and UK techno dons, Dense & Pika.
Deadmau5 has offered over 30 minutes of advice to upcoming producers, in a video recently uncovered from his live stream.
In the clip the Mau5trap boss, real name Joel Zimmerman, talks about how he started out in the industry and how, despite the proliferation of the internet since, he still feels “in person interaction” is key to new producers finding success. You can watch the full video below.
Deadmau5 and Eric Prydz revealed that they had been working on a brand new live show together last month (June), which they premiered at Tomorrowland over the weekend. Now you can listen to their full collaborative debut below.
Deadmau5 revealed he had been working on a brand new live show with Eric Prydz last month (June), which the pair are set to premiere at Tomorrowland this weekend (Friday 22nd July).
Now Deadmau5 has shared images and videos of the Mau5trap vs Pryda live show in a stream of Instagram posts, which include teasers of snares, “random goat” sounds, a “beer summon” button, a lot of lasers and more. You can see the stream of posts below.
Eric Prydz took to the road in America earlier this year with his ‘EPIC 4.0’ show, and invited cameras behind the scenes to see what it’s like to tour with one of the biggest artists in the world.
Featuring interviews with Prydz, as well as Zane Lowe and the ‘EPIC 4.0’ team as they take his four-dimensional cube between Los Angeles and New York, the video shows the preparation that goes into such a large scale production.
Deadmau5 has revealed in a post on Twitter that he has been working on a brand new live show with Eric Prydz, which the pair are set to premiere at Tomorrowland in July. You can see the full tweet below.
The two artists were placed alongside each other on the festival’s bill when the first wave of artists were announced in March, at the same time as it was also confirmed they would run a Mau5trap vs Pryda stage at the event.
Tomorrowland has announced its full line-up, for the event which runs in Belgium between Friday 22nd July and Sunday 24th July.
Named ‘The Elixir of Life’, Tomorrowland 2016 will land in the city of Boom for one weekend this year with 15 stages. And a slew of new artists have joined already announced headliners Deadmau5, Eric Prydz, Tiësto and Alesso.
In a massively varied line-up, the event will see Alison Wonderland, Marcel Dettmann, Jamie Jones, Adam Beyer, The Martinez Brothers and many more join the bill.
We compare and contrast a set as Cirez D at new underground venue Flash Factory with one from his whopping EPIC 4.0 show at Terminal 5 in NYC…
DJ Mag fave and long-standing Dutch selector Joris Voorn has whipped up a Best Of 2015 mix featuring music from his DJ friends and family.
Expect major tunes from HOWLING, Agoria, Kölsch, KiNK, Eric Prydz, Seth Troxler, Sebastian Mullaert and many more, plus a few cheeky mixes from the man himself.
Stream the mix below or via Joris Voorn's Soundcloud.