Paul van Dyk has revealed that he will return to Ibiza for the second season with his Shine party in 2019.
The trance night’s 11-week debut ran on Mondays at Privilege Ibiza’s Vista Room last year. Van Dyk has revealed that Shine will move to Eden Ibiza in San Antonio for 2019, returning to his previously held trance Thursdays slot.
Paul van Dyk began consuming music by listening to forbidden Western radio stations and smuggled mixtapes. After German reunification he was perfectly placed to start DJing at the city’s clubs and raves, pioneering the trance sound which emerged from techno as the ‘90s progressed. His crucial place in trance has been well documented — from huge anthems like ‘For An Angel’ and his Gatecrasher residency, to winning the Top 100 DJs poll in 2005 and 2006, he’s always pushed forwards.
The full line-up for the sixth edition of EDC Mexico has been announced with Skrillex confirmed to make his return to the festival for the first time since his appearance alongside Diplo as Jack Ü in 2015.
Also lined up to play the event are Paul van Dyk, Kaskade, Rezz, DJ Snake, Pachanga Boys, Alesso, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Loco Dice, Solardo and lots more.
German trance legend Paul van Dyk took to Facebook live to broadcast a teaser of his forthcoming ninth album, 'Music Rescues Me'.
Having already shared the album's title cut, Van Dyk posted the teaser of the LP’s individual tracks, writing: “Music has the power to clear your head, heal your heart and lift your spirits. It's a remarkable, limitless force in our lives and unites us with people from around the world.
Paul van Dyk has spoken out about his life-threatening stage fall during a candid interview at this year's Amsterdam Dance Event.
The accident, which occurred during a performance for A State Of Trance back in 2016, left van Dyk with serious spinal and brain injuries, resulting in a three-month recovery period for the German trance legend.
Ministry of Sound have confirmed details of a special series of events to round off the year.
The run of nights will take place under banner of World Leaders in Dance Music and will see the likes of Paul van Dyk, Deadmau5, Nicky Romero, Afrojack, Joey Negro and Kenny Dope play the club, amongst many others.
Friday nights will be devoted to The Gallery with big names such as Paul van Dyk, Afrojack, Ferry Corsten, and Benny Benassi all being called upon to help the party round off its ’10 years in SE1’ celebrations.
Paul van Dyk has dropped the title track from his forthcoming album ‘Music Rescues Me’
Having announced the release of the album back in August, PVD has shared the epic opening title track featuring vocals by Plumb, who also featured on the trance legend’s 2012 track ‘I Don’t Deserve You’. ‘Music Rescues Me’, as with the latter track, was co-written by Snow Patrol’s Johnny McDaid.
Armin van Buuren has shared his BBC Radio 1 set, recorded in London at the end of August.
The heroic trance DJ, who lays claim to 16 years in the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll, 15 of which spent in the top five, has pieced together two hours of blistering business featuring more than 30 tracks from the likes of Paul Van Dyk, Above & Beyond, Underworld, Dash Berlin and M.I.K.E.
Paul van Dyk has announced the release of his new studio album, ‘Music Rescues Me’.
Set to drop this autumn, the new LP follows his celebrated 2017 release ‘From Then On’ and will be launched with a special headline show at London’s Printworks on 12th October.
Earlier this month, PVD teased the new album with a mysterious tweet. ‘Music Rescues Me’ will be the ninth LP from the trance legend who released his debut ‘45 RPM’ in 1994.
Trance legend Paul van Dyk has teased what appears to be an announcement for his ninth album.
Taking to Twitter yesterday (1st August) the recent DJ Mag North America cover star shared a mysterious video of binary code with random instances of the number 9 encircled in flames. The caption for the tweet was an hourglass and #9. You can see it below.