GTA is set to drop an artist EP, next week, entitled 'DTG Vol. 1’. In advance of this forthcoming Three Six Zero Music/Warner Brothers Records release, the Miami pair, who abide by the ‘Death To Genres’ manifesto (hence the acronym DTG) have been pumping out mini-mixes all week.
“Meet me at the club,” urges the male vocal on Green Velvet & Patrick Topping’s ‘Voicemail’, the still-hot tech house update of the 2000-released original (‘Answering Machine’), out now on Relief Records. “That’s where we met!” says Patrick, explaining how he first rubbed shoulders with Chicago DJ/producer Curtis Jones, aka Green Velvet.
Our Miami Pool Parties are the stuff of legend! Each year we pack a South Beach pool with some of our best DJ mates to throw Miami’s No.1 pool party! This year we return to The Surfcomber with our biggest line up to date!
Opening at midday on Wednesday 25th March, the daylight hours are all about underground house and techno, provided by the likes of Seth Troxler, Kolsch, Patrick Topping plus Amine Edge & Dance.
We're midway into the first professional working week of 2015, people are already anticipating the start of festival season and promoters are making some major trailblazing moves. Yesterday, ID&T announced that they will be bringing 'One Tribe', a new music and arts camping festival to California.
Life In Color, the world’s largest paint party, has revealed its line-up for the remaining 2014 festivities. The festival, which takes place in sunny Miami, FL at the Sun Life Stadium December 26 and 27 is pulling out all the stops this year.
DAY ONE: WEDNESDAY
We kick off Miami Music Week 2014 with DJ Mag Poolside Sessions at our new Miami base — The Surfcomber on Collins Avenue. The hottest ticket on the beach has an all-star line-up, with leading DJs from the world of underground tech and deep house to main room EDM. The buzz pre-event is massive, tickets have flown out in record time, and if our Twitter feed is to be believed, you lot seem pretty excited about it all.
This year’s installment of the Miami Music week saw some exciting developments take place. The meteoric rise of deep house and techno over the past year bellowed throughout the the city with throbbing atmospheric drums and dark grooves. And after a six-year hiatus, D.C. based producers Dubfire and Sharam reunited as the legendary house duo Deep Dish. Their hotly-tipped reunion show was chatted about among fans and industry folks alike and fled to by those lucky enough to nab an in.
Nic Fanciulli’s Saved 100 tour has wrapped successfully and his Saved label party at Winter Music Conference was a glittering highlight in Miami this year.
Like the no mans land between Christmas and New Year, there comes a point in Miami when it’s hard to work out what day it is anymore. This discombobulating experience almost always arrives thanks to the sprawling nature of Get Lost, the ninth edition of Damian Lazarus’ party, which this year stretches to a 24-hour experience lasting from early Saturday to Sunday morning.