Oliver Heldens took to Twitter yesterday (6th September) to share the tale about getting kicked off the decks of his own Las Vegas pool party by the NBA Champion Golden State Warriors.
According to Heldens, he was replaced by the Warriors' own traveling DJ for a set full of mumble rap after only spinning for 50 minutes.
As the entire ordeal seems incredibly far-fetched, the tweets can be found below. Oddly, they begin with a 28th July tweet by Jae Azizi showcasing star Klay Thompson dancing to Oliver Heldens & Tiesto’s ‘Wombass’.
Oliver Heldens has extended an invite to the entirety of the internet to assist with his upcoming single ‘Underwater Melon’. Heldens is seeking suggestions for lyrics and album artwork.
At present, the instrumental sees Heldens veer towards unfamiliar mid-tempo glitch-hop and trap-inspired beats. According to Heldens, the lyrics will assist in making the track “real”.
“This is your chance to collaborate with me and I’m excited to hear what you got!” motives Heldens via his official website.
Oliver Heldens, Carl Cox, and Lauren Lane will all be joining DJ Mag Live Ibiza for exclusive sunset streams. Heldens is first up this Sunday 9th July.
Oliver Heldens is set to hit DJ Mag Live Ibiza for a sunset stream on Sunday 9th July.
Heldens’ stream is the first of three DJ Mag Live Ibiza sunset streams to be announced, with two more huge artists set to be announced this week.
EDC Las Vegas 2017 is just over a week away and Insomniac Presents has now released the daily line-ups across all eight stages. The party launches 16th June at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway and runs through 18th June.
Friday highlights include Chris Liebing, Andy C, Zedd, Major Lazer, and Hardwell. Mr. Carmack, Kygo, Alesso, Oliver Heldens, Jamie Jones, and Lee Foss are just some of the talents setting the vibes on Saturday. Paul Van Dyk, Low Steppa, DJ Khaled, Marshmello, and Flosstradamus will be shutting things down on Sunday.
Oliver Heldens took to a hot air balloon yesterday (1st June) for his “Mile High DJ Set”.
Known as a shuffler himself, Heldens was confined to a fairly minimal space during the 24-minute clip. The whole ordeal was broadcast via Facebook Live.
The stunt is reminiscent of Magda’s 2016 hot air balloon excursion. Comparatively, Magda had 15 guests for her performance at that altitude!
DJ Mag is excited to reveal it’s teaming up with JEWEL nightclub — housed in the famous Aria Resort & Casino in the heart of Las Vegas — to host a club-night headlined by EDM star Oliver Heldens.
The party will take place as a warm-up for Electric Daisy Carnival, which runs 16th through 18th June in the Nevada Desert, with the club-night locked for Thursday 15th June.
Electric Zoo has revealed the first phase of its line-up, for the event that runs from Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd September at Randall’s Island Park in New York City.
Deadmau5 & Eric Prydz, DJ Snake and Above & Beyond all headline, and are joined by Sasha & Digweed, Danny Tenaglia, Paul Kalkbrenner, Oliver Heldens, Claptone and many more across the weekend.
Electric Zoo is also taking European promoters Elrow and Awakenings back to the festival this year.
Check out the full Electric Zoo first phase line-up below.
Kygo has revealed that he will hold a residency at Ushuaïa Ibiza this summer, running Sundays at the Playa d’en Bossa nightspot from 9th July to 10th September.
You can see the full line-ups for Kygo’s residency below, which include guest appearances from recent DJ Mag cover star Oliver Heldens, as well as Kaskade, Alok and many more.
Kygo also recently announced his first ever residency with Las Vegas titans Wynn Nightlife, on a two-year exclusive deal.
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!