The Voodoo Music + Arts Experience, better known as Voodoo festival, was forced to cancel its final day on Sunday as a result of bad weather conditions.
Organisers took the precaution after flash floods and heavy rain was forecasted for the festival site in City Park, New Orleans.
Photos posted on the festival's Facebook page showed the extent of flooding on the site.
Deadmau5 will be returning to his home ground this August as the headlining DJ for this year’s VELD Music Festival 2015. After a 1-year hiatus, and headlining VELD back in 2012 and 2013, this Toronto native is back to where it all started, uniting fans, fellow locals and bringing the crowd to its feet yet again.
And what better way to welcome back a hometown hero than to announce him as the first act, as well as the headliner of the fastest growing festival in Toronto, and possibly Canada.
In the third of our regional Top 100 DJs roundups, we focus on one of dance music’s biggest markets. DJs and producers from USA & Canada made up a large chunk of the 2014 Top 100 DJs list.
It is perhaps no surprise that the DJs below are some of the scene’s biggest personalities, each using the EDM platform they helped forge, to create unique and breathtaking shows that are as loud and proud as the regions they represent. Let’s meet the USA & Canada’s biggest DJs…
Mr C has been talking to DJ Mag about a number of things. The DJ, producer, rapper, sometime club-owner, Superfreq promoter and label owner and budding actor always has a lot to say — and the first thing we're going to show you from his entertaining filmed interview is his views on 'Deadmau5 going techno'.
DJ Mag is hosting an arena at the SW4 festival on Clapham Common this summer — and we can now reveal the line-up for the day.
Mistajam, BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra's main man in new dance and urban music, has just been added to the line-up for the 2014 South West Four festival in London this summer.
Deadmau5's now legendary trolling of Martin Garrix, by altering the bleepy melody line of 'Animals' into 'Old MacDonald Had A Farm', has unexpectedly proved a big hit with EDM ravers the world over.
Deadmau5's new arrangement of Garrix's international hit, hastily prepared for when the mighty Mau5 stepped in for Avicii at Ultra Music Festival, was designed to be a dig at what he perceived as identikit EDM. Yet so popular did it prove at Ultra that it left festival-goers wanting more.
The SW4 line-up just got bigger and better — with the announcement that Eats Everything will be hosting his own stage.
We've also got some more line-up additions, joining headliners Above & Beyond (Saturday) and Deadmau5 (Sunday) for the August bank holiday weekend event on London's Clapham Common.
Never one to avoid controversy, Deadmau5 has been preparing for his stand-in Ultra set (following Avicii’s sudden illness) by taking swipes at his fellow artists – particularly the fresh-faced EDM star Martin Garrix.
lemme know if garrix plays animals… and the set contains at LEAST 1 countdown from 10. thanks.