The Black Madonna has taken to Twitter to reflect on her changing attitude to EDM following her time playing Florida's Holy Ship festival.
“I used to hate EDM and I still really don’t care for the music,” she admitted. “But... I remember something Carl Cox said about how he was fine with EDM because it’s basically an entry point for young people in dance and how those people will stick around, the implication being tastes change.”
Destructo (aka Gary Richards) has indulged dance music fans across the globe with news of his newest music cruise, FRIENDSHIP. The concept is a major move for the LiveStyle (formerly SFX Entertainment) team.
Porter Robinson surprised Holy Ship! 10.0 with an unannounced Virtual Self set. It was only the second live performance from the newest Robinson alias.
Anna Lunoe and Nina Las Vegas joined a host of top talent and seafaring ravers aboard Holy Ship! back in January, going back-to-back for a 90-minute set, which you can now listen to online!
The Aussies, who previously worked together in trio Hoops — along with Bad Ezzy — dropped an energetic blend of hip-hop, dancehall, trap and grime.
Lunoe and Las Vegas will team up once again next month when they join Diplo on his Australian tour. Tickets are on sale here and you can check out the duo's full mix below.
After yet another sold out event in 2014, cruising mega-party Holy Ship! has announced it will be setting sailing twice in 2015. HARD Events, Cloud 9 Adventures and The Bowery Presents confirmed that the MSC Divina will carry a cargo of merry goers from January 3 through January 6 and February 25 through 28, 2015, from Miami.