Typically when you think “Dim Mak,” you associate it with Steve Aoki’s imprint and its extensive roster of artists. An impressive piece of the Dim Mak puzzle is the unique, creative approach to merchandise. The label offers styles – beyond tees and hats – in exclusive capsules that are designed with the Dim Mak artist in mind. Tiernan Cowling, Creative Director of Dim Mak apparel and merchandise, attributes music as the muse behind the custom designs.
The reach of Armin Van Buuren is enormous now. The five times winner of the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll has just been chosen by CNN International to “shine a light” on two up and coming acts for a TV series that airs next week.
Armin has chosen to big up Heatbeat from Argentina and Andrew Rayel from Moldova, who have both figured prominently in the new Top 100 DJs poll.
Over the past decade, Tomorrowland has developed into one of the principal electronic music festivals in the world. Taking place in Belgium every summer since 2005, no expense is spared in the production of the award-winning event.
This summer Tomorrowland produced a double festival over two weekends — 360,000 people — to mark their ten years.
Isle Of Dreams, the electronic music event that was scheduled to take place in three different locations next week, has just announced the cancellation of its Israel event.
The Turkey event, due to take place on August 5th — 7th, has also been postponed.
The festival in Switzerland is still expected to go ahead as planned.
Swedish duo, Kill FM, who released their original EP, “Don’t Go Dark,” last month, is back with another remix, following up one released about a month ago as well.
This time, Kim and Jimmy of Kill FM, took on “Feedback” by Steve Aoki and Autoerotique vs. Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike and reworked it to make it their own.
Over the past few years, what started off in illegal warehouses has blossomed into a multi billion dollar, worldwide phenomenon. However, it's no secret that with main stream success, an onslaught of underground hatred tends to follow. But is this hatred needed, or is this hatred even well founded, more over is hatred ever well founded? I would say "no," it's nothing more than petty elitism.
Manchester-born stadium destroyer D.O.D is all about the drop. Layering baile funk techno beats into screeching EDM bangers and building samples, hooks and breakdowns to rupturing effect, you can watch his impressively worked hour-long live DJ set on DJ Mag TV.
Simply hating a genre because it’s not your preference- where’s the P.L.U.R. in that? DJ Mag investigates.
Producer and seasoned vet of the dance music industry, Chris Lake opened up about genres stepping over one another recently on Facebook, and got everyone talking about the issue.
Hardwell, the number one DJ in the world, as voted for by DJ Mag readers at the end of 2013, is set to headline Mysteryland Holland on August 23rd.
The progressive and electro house megastar tops a roster that reads like a who's who of DJ talent.