DJ Mag’s Miami pool party went off in spectacular fashion yesterday (Wednesday 22nd March). The all-star line-up, combined with great weather and an immensely up-for it crowd, had The Raleigh Hotel’s outside space rocking from lunchtime until midnight.
Franky Rizardo kicked off proceedings with some cool deep house before making way for Lauren Lane. The LA-based spinner laid down some underground house grooves that began to get the crowd moving — those who weren’t batting DJ Mag beach balls around the pool, that is!
Grammy award-winning DJ and producer Tiësto has announced that his first ever pop-up shop will debut in Miami next week to coincide with Ultra Music Festival and Miami Music Week.
The pop-up will open to the public on Thursday 23rd March and has been created alongside global online marketplace and pop-up pros Fancy.com.
The pop-up will feature limited edition Tiësto apparel and special luxury goods handpicked by the dance music icon.
Miami Music Week has it all. Between 21–27 March, the city lives and breathes dance music. On the ground, it feels like every pool, rooftop, boat and nightclub in the city moves to an electronic beat. Here’s our pick of some of this year’s best events…
Damian Lazarus has revealed the line-up for the 12th edition of his annual 24-hour Get Lost bonanza at Miami Music Week.
Taking place from 25th to 26th March, the event will see a host of top talent perform, including Dennis Ferrer, Ellen Allien, Art Department Kenny Glasgow, Pan-Pot, Guy Gerber, D’Julz, Tiga, Jonas Rathsman, Guti, Martin Buttrich, Soul Clap, Mr. C, Skream and many more.
KSHMR takes over DJ Mag's After-Dark party on Saturday 25th March at Maps Backlot in Miami.
The Californian DJ soared to No.12 in last year's Top 100 DJs poll after only first entering the ranks in 2015.
He'll top an all-star line-up of special guests yet to be announced, bringing the noise from 11pm 'til 5am as part of our Miami Music Week celebrations.
This one will be a road block, so don’t sleep on tickets. Grab yours now from diskolab.com!
Dubfire, Seth Troxler and Jackmaster are amongst a host of top talent taking to the waves at this year's Miami Music Week thanks to Magnetic Groove Boat Parties!
Setting sail on party yacht, the Biscayne Lady, on Tuesday 21st March are Nick Warren and Hernan Cattaneo during the day, before Dubfire, Seth Troxler and Carl Craig team up for a nighttime session.
Ellen Allien will take her 'Vinylism' series on the road beginning this Saturday 24th February at Milan’s Serendeepity, before hitting Clone Records in Rotterdam on 16th March and Superior Elevation in NYC on 24th March.
‘Vinylism’ was created by Allien as a way to support her favourite record stores internationally. She plays vinyl-only sets using the records that she has hand-picked from the store itself.
Rapture — a new festival debuting during this year's Miami Music Week — has announced a host of heavy hitters, including Detroit legend Carl Craig and BPitch Control boss, Ellen Allien.
Based in Virginia Key and boasting full access to the beach, the event aims "to provide something we feel Miami is truly missing: an alternative experience in an alternative location during one of the biggest weeks of the year."
Miami Music Week hits The Magic City from Tuesday 21st to Sunday 26th March, with massive parties from Eric Prydz, tINI & The Gang, Paradise, Desolat and many more.
DJ Mag’s Poolside Sessions also hit Miami Music Week on Wednesday 22nd, with headliners Marshmello and Oliver Heldens joined by very special guests Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and many more.
Jackmaster, Skream and Jasper James have announced they will host a boat party at Miami Music Week on Wednesday 22nd March.
The Mastermix Boat Party sets sail on The Biscayne Lady at 3pm UTC with an open bar, meaning free booze for all.
Earlier this month (February), Jackmaster blasted misogyny within the music industry in a series of tweets, in which he said, “The things that I heard said about females in the industry tonight were fucking not acceptable.