EDC Las Vegas took place over the weekend, and you can now watch sets from Tiësto, Armin van Buuren, Laidback Luke and Major Lazer below.
The 2017 edition was the 21st EDC Las Vegas, with the festival taking place between 16th to 18th June at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Dutch EDM star Laidback Luke has confirmed he will perform two exclusive techno sets at Eden this summer for Taste The Punch.
The two exclusive sets — which are scheduled for Friday 30th June and Friday 28th July — will be the only techno sets Laidback Luke will perform on the White Isle this summer.
The two shows represent a rare opportunity to hear Laidback Luke showcasing his love of techno which dates back to the early 90s when he cut his teeth as a techno DJ in his native Holland.
Denon DJ has just revealed today that world-renowned DJ, record producer and industry influencer Laidback Luke has joined forces with them as brand ambassador for the new Denon DJ Prime range of equipment.
Thanks to the all-new partnership, the long-standing EDM DJ/producer is set to switch from his usual set-up to their all-new, ground-breaking SC5000 Prime media player and X1800 Prime club mixer.
Laidback Luke is competing in the Kung Fu World Championship in Hong Kong from Friday 17th to Sunday 19th March.
The Dutch DJ/producer will compete in three tai chi and three kung fu categories including Straight-Sword, Fan and Bo-Staff.
Laidback Luke, real name Lucas van Scheppingen, has been competing at the top level in kung fu for many years, winning multiple medals including four golds and a silver at the 2013 Championship.
Tomorrowland has revealed the third wave of artists for its 2017 events, which are set to take place on two consecutive weekends from 21st to 23rd and 28th to 30th July in the city of Boom, Belgium.
Laidback Luke has compared EDM to McDonald's and techno to prime steak in a recent interview with Resident Advisor.
The EDM DJ/producer (real name: Luke Van Scheppingen) made the comments in the latest episode of Resident Advisor’s RA Exchange podcast, when speaking about the ongoing divide between overground and underground genres of dance music.
“What has always boggled me about the modern generation of underground but overground music lovers is that people are just so focused on these little niches,” he tells RA’s Matt Unicomb.
Fast rising star Billy Kenny is up on the DJ Mag Podcast this week — and it's a stomping house mix of epic proportions!
Speaking of epic, the UK-based producer just dropped his original single ‘Like 2 Get Weird’ on 2nd December, as well as embarking on a South African tour just before Christmas.
Big room house DJ/producer Laidback Luke is a hot ticket wherever he plays. He not only produces like there is no tomorrow for labels like Size, Fool's Gold and his own Mixmash, spending every weekend DJing all over the world, he also takes time out to give his expertise back to budding music producers on his forum — a good place to get professional advice on making your tracks sound the best that they can.
The electronic world's most jet-lagged artists and their management teams adorned in the predictable head-to-toe black attire descend upon the artist mansion (aka fancy horse stable) at TomorrowWorld in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia. The smell of the all-you-can-eat gourmet buffet and the vodka Red Bull-induced laughs over at the open bar permeate the esteemed air of the EDM elite, but one person sticks out like a watering hole in the middle of a dried-up main stage desert.