Cavorting in the studio together for the first time are producer-DJ linchpins John Dahlbäck and Benny Benassi, who are gearing up for their first-ever collaborative track together. The tune, titled "Blink Again," is out now on Ultra Music and can be owned via Beatport.
Polish producer Carlo Calabro makes his debut on Marco V’s In Charge Recordings with the release of ‘Cereal Killer.’
With a souped up backbone, the tune is without a doubt, a mega-club-friendly banger. However, Calabro keenly intertwines trance-esque synth and acid arpeggio to create a progressive combo platter at just 124bpm for modern day dance music fans.
From California to New York City; from bass heads to techno freaks, there's something for everyone ringing in 2014 in America. Check out these five worthy parties to accommodate every kind of dance music fan this NYE in the USA. Last chance...
New York City’s The Disco Fries are the electronic duo custom-built for Generation Dance Music. Due to a forward-thinking aptitude for genre-bledning, the pair - made up of Nick Ditri and Danny Danger - maintains balance between big-room progressive melodies with their signature blown out basslines.
On Monday, Dec 30, a dance music bash will be cracking the Big Apple into a pulp. Major Lazer with Boys Noize, GTA and DJ Snake are throwing down their high energy DJ sets at Pier 94 for the musten’t miss affair Stateside of the season.
Tom Swoon's interest in music started at a very young age. At 17, he discovered dance music and was inspired by artists like Deadmau5 and Daft Punk.
Over the next few years, Swoon taught himself to spin and saved up enough cash to score a proper DJ set-up, transforming himself from a bedroom DJ to full-blown pro — his devoted fans voted him in at number 46 in last year's Top 100 DJs poll.
2016 set to be another great year for Swoon, and we are lucky enough to have him performing a live DJ set from the DJ Mag office this Friday!
The Dutch DJ, real name Quinten van den Berg, has climbed a further six places in the Top 100 DJs poll this year. “It really made me happy when I heard the news that I was in the Top 100 again,” he tells DJ Mag when we contact him for his interview. “Even though music speaks for itself, it’s great when it gets recognized.”
Signed to giant Dutch behemoth Spinnin', his latest release is a huge EDM update of the Nomad house classic 'Devotion', while earlier in the year he again teamed with his 'Epic' cohort Sandro Silva for 'Aftermath', a release supported by DV&LM, Hardwell, Garrix, Showtek et al.
“We always make sure that there is time enough in my schedule to be in the studio,” Quintino tells us. “And on the planes I sleep like a baby, so that is a good perk.”
He also says that he's had some great shows this year such as EDC and Ultra Korea, and is heading back Stateside for EDC Orlando in early November before returning for Electrowave in France later in the month.