Martin Garrix has just released brand-new track, titled 'High On Life', and featuring Bonn on vocals.
Garrix aired the track recently as the set-closer to his headline show at Tomorrowland festival in Belgium.
Earlier this month, the critically-acclaimed DJ announced details of his summer 2018 tour. By the end of August, he'll have played a total of 36 shows in 57 days.
Tomorrowland has shared a YouTube playlist featuring 67 full sets from the festival’s first outing of the year last weekend (20th - 22nd July).
Earlier in the week, the festival shared some of the weekend’s highlights in full, including sets from Carl Cox, Above & Beyond and Charlotte de Witte.
The mighty Eats Everything has been branching further and further into heady techno territory lately. While always versatile and innovative in his infamous club sets, the Bristol-born DJ/producer had become known in recent years for a pretty distinct tech-house sound. Now however, that seems to be changing.
Some of the best sets from the first weekend of this year’s Tomorrowland have been shared online for your listening/viewing pleasure.
Ultra Europe took place this past weekend in Split, Croatia and it’s safe to say it was pretty sensational.
With some amazing moments dotted throughout the weekend, not least Axwell ^ Ingrosso’s incredibly touching tribute to Avicii during their set, as well as a generally enormous line-up, it won’t be a weekend festivalgoers will be forgetting any time soon.
Carl Cox is taking his acclaimed Mobile Disco on a vineyard tour later this year.
The party, which he runs alongside Eric Powell, is known for its diggers music policy and spectacular locations, such as the clifftop setting they used for a recent event in Bali. Now the concept is hitting the road to play wineries across Australia and New Zealand.
If you weren’t lucky enough to be at Awakenings festival in Amsterdam this past weekend, fear not, because you can now relive some of the best sets from the techno heaven online.
The festival’s line up was mind boggling in size, featuring the likes of Ben Klock, Carl Cox, Nina Kraviz, Charlotte de Witte, Adam Beyer, Ida Engberg and many more.
Carl Cox has opened up about how he feels Martin Garrix is the face of the future of electronic music in a new interview with DJ Mag.
Speaking about the documentary he featured in alongside Garrix, titled What We Started, Cox told DJ Mag the trajectory of Garrix’s career is “unbelievable”.
“When you see him play, even he'll tell you, he still has to pinch himself when he thinks, ‘How did I get here?’ Cox said.
Carl Cox has spoken about how he felt following the tragic passing of EDM star Avicii in April of this year.
In a recent interview with BBC Radio 1 the legendary UK DJ said that, following the news that the 28 year-old DJ/producer had been found dead in his hotel room in Oman, he was “very, very sad because I could see he was not in control of himself.”
Carl Cox, Paul Kalkbrenner, Loco Dice and a whole host of other artist have all locked in dates for the Brunch In The Park summer series, which returns to Joan Brossa Gardens in Barcelona, Spain, and runs between 1st July to 16th September.
Other artists confirmed for Brunch In The Park include Richie Hawtin, Charlotte de Witte, Loco Dice and more for a total of almost 100 artists across the 12 confirmed events, which take place every Sunday from 1:00–10:00pm throughout the summer.
John Ochoa is the editor-at-large of DJ Mag North America. You can find him living his best life on Twitter.