In a recent panel hosted by DJ Mag, which saw some central industry figures and players discuss Ibiza’s ever-changing culture and reputation as a party destination, DJ/producer/promoter and techno devotee Nicole Moudebar spoke candidly about the way VIP culture has negatively impacted the island’s scene.
To mark the (almost) 100-day countdown to Tomorrowland Festival, a wave of new names have been added to the already enormous line-up.
The mighty Nicole Moudaber and Ricardo Villalobos have been confirmed to play the massive festival, which takes place across two weekends in July. More confirmed names added to the bill are rising EDM star Alan Walker, Afrojack, Erick Morillo, Idris Elba, Gui Boratto and Galantis.
Also announced is Craig David’s TS5 party and sets from Tujamo, Quintino, Blasterjaxx and Duke Dumont.
Nicole Moudaber is hooked on adrenaline. As a DJ, producer, label owner and promoter, she’s created a huge fan-base thanks to a constant schedule of parties, radio shows and releases on her Mood imprint. She’s also a professional racing car driver who has stunned her team-mates with her concentration, fast learning and fearlessness behind the wheel — transferable talents honed in the DJ booth.
Following the success of our first series of DJ Mag Radio, we’re back with a brand-new show to close out 2017 featuring interviews with Nicole Moudaber and Hannah Wants, our top tracks of the year, news from our Best Of British Awards and a freshly launched segment titled Local Heroes.
DJ Mag has teamed up with the Association For Electronic Music (AFEM) and its members and others to initiate a helpline for people to report sexual harassment in the dance music industry.
Since the sexual harassment revelations about notorious Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein and others, tales of sexual misconduct have been emerging from all sectors of the entertainment industry.
The #metoo campaign has seen tens of thousands of women share their stories about being the victims of sexual abuse or harassment in all walks of life.
San Diego's CRSSD festival has announced the first stage of the line-up for its spring 2018 edition.
The biannual party, which will run from 3rd – 4th March at Waterfront Park, is returning for its seventh edition and will comprise of three stages with headliners including Gorgon City (Live), Nicole Moudaber, Cirez D, MK, Lee Burridge and Sasha.
The line-up also features an impressive bill of support from the likes of Bonobo (Live), Little Dragon, Charlotte de Witte, Alan Fitzpatrick, Patrice Bäumel and many more.
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Electric Forest has rolled out the first wave of its 2018 line-up and electronic music fans across the globe are debating its continued evolution. Green Velvet, Nicole Moudaber, Anna Lunoe, Testpilot (aka Deadmau5's techno alias), Kerri Chandler, and Seth Troxler are among the house and techno standouts playing between the weekends.
Rainbow Venues, located in Birmingham, could potentially shutter its doors ahead of 2018. The possible closure comes after the venue’s license was revoked due to the death of a 19-year-old during 2017’s Halloween event.
The venue has 21 days to appeal the decision handed down by the Birmingham City Council.