Monster Energy Up & Up have announced their first college music festival of the year...with the final locations to be decided by an online competition.
50 schools and colleges across the United States are preparing to compete to bring Monster Energy Up & Up Spring Madness Festival to their city.
Eight winning colleges get to host a private, covid-compliant event with headliners picked from Oliver Heldens, Kaskade, Tchami or Subtronics, alongside some of the USA's best college talent.
Tomorrowland has shared a selection of sets from 2020's New Year's Eve festival on Apple Music.
Belgian festival Tomorrowland's NYE event, which took place on the 31st December, was spread across four stages adapted to all 27 time zones in the world. It was the latest virtual push from the festival, who also took their flagship festival digital last year.
Boys Noize have worked with Lady Gaga on the advert soundtrack for her new cosmetics brand, Haus Laboratories.
Lady Gaga shared an advertisement for her new cosmetics brand to her official Instagram account yesterday, which featured a soundtrack courtesy of the Boys Noize, Tchami, Bloodpop and the pop icon herself.
The vibrant video features a variety of models, narrated by Lady Gaga and soundtracked by the collaborative effort.
Haus Laboratories will launch exclusively with online retailer Amazon in September. Watch the advert below.
For Point Blank’s latest video tutorial, they were joined by Tom Budin all the way from Down Under to show you how you can build a punchy house beat in FL Studio.
Tchami has released the fifth instalment of his Confessions mix series.
The French producer has created a house mix that’s just under an hour and features music from the likes of Etienne De Crecy, Dennis Ferrer along with Tchami’s latest ‘Adieu’ tune amongst other artists.
Tchami kicked off his 32-date Prophecy Tour this month.
The tour shares the name of the artist’s recent collab with Malaa on the track ‘Prophecy’.
Give the latest Confessions mix a listen below.
Something Wonderful has announced its headliners — including DJ Snake, Porter Robinson and Tchami — kicking off at the Texas Motor Speedway in Dallas, Texas from 22th through 23rd April 2017.
The Saturday will see major heavyweights Flux Pavilion, 3LAU and Ghastly, in addition to headliners Porter Robinson and Tchami, along with others.
Earlier this fall, HARD Events teased the debut of HARD Hawaii to be held at the Hawaii Country Club on Saturday, 17th December.
For the HARD Hawaii launch, HARD Events founder and DJ-producer DESTRUCTO (aka Gary Richards) personally selected the impressive line-up — you know this one's going to be good, folks!
Joining DESTRUCTO on the inaugural roster is French house producer Tchami, techno producer Rezz, Australian-born DJ/producer Wax Motif, Grammy-nominated hip-hop star Mannie Fresh and SoCal-based band LA Riots.
From: Paris, France
DJ style: Future house
By now it is well known that Tchami was a key player in developing the future house sound. This year he continued to develop the genre, with an extra focus on heavy basslines. His ‘No Redemption’ EP with Malaa included blockbuster tracks ‘Summer 99’, ‘Kurupt’ and ‘The Sermon’, as well as a new track, ‘Deus’, and a cinematic ‘No Redemption Intro’.
It was a standout release and the pair also played back-to-back at places like Tomorrowland this year. There has been some discussion about who Malaa actually is, with people even suggesting it was a hologram or Tchami himself in disguise, but he has said on camera that’s certainly not the case.
“I try to be myself,” he said earlier this year. “As corny as that may sound. I think the whole point of this is to be authentic and to be true to who you are. From Malaa’s perspective, he’s completely true to himself. Even though he wears a mask, he is still true to his personality.”
Tchami is currently on his Confession tour around the United States and played huge events like Ultra during Miami Music Week in March and EDC Mexico in February.
Words: KRISTAN CARYL