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ZoukOut, Asia’s only dusk-to-dawn dance festival, will be returning once more this December to Siloso Beach in Sentosa, Singapore. The continent’s longest running dance music festival has never been one to do things in half measures, and so it is that their 17th edition features some of the scene’s foremost names.
Martin Garrix is now the face of Armani Exchange’s Fall Winter 2017 eyewear line. The assortment of specs are available at $105 ($US) a piece.
Madeon began the week of 13th November by offering an update on his career. After releasing just one new single over 2016 and 2017, the French upstart promises he’s been busy working on the "next era" of the Madeon project.
The emotive EDM songwriter, real-name Hugo Pierre Leclercq, stated via social media: “I've been working non-stop on my next era for a while now.
"Sincerely, I feel very privileged to have people who care about what I do. You are allowing me to have high standards, thanks for your patience.”
David Guetta was transparent about his quest to be the world’s top earning DJ in a recent interview. The 50-year-old DJ admitted to a rivalry with reigning number one, Calvin Harris.
"Of course I pay attention to it," revealed Guetta when questioned about Forbes' annual World’s Highest-Paid DJs list. "We all do!"
"There is competition, but in a positive way," explained Guetta. "We’re all really good friends."
DJakarta Warehouse Project has announced its Phase Three line up, with the mammoth event confirming David Gravell, Vini Vici, and Sander van Doorn's alter-ego, Purple Haze, amongst others. Those names will join the likes of Richie Hawtin, Hardwell, DVBBS, Flume, Steve Aoki, Robin Schulz, Tiesto, Marshmello and Loco Dice, many of who appeared in DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs 2017 list.
David Guetta might just be the most divisive figure in modern day electronic music. To his legions of fans around the world, however, the charming Frenchman remains virtually untouchable when it comes to all things EDM.
The World Club Dome made its debut in Asia recently.
Taking place in Incheon, South Korea, the three-day event took place from 22nd - 24th September and featured an array of top drawer talent.
The likes of Sven Väth repped the underground with distinction, while big name EDM DJs such as Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren, Robin Schulz, Afrojack and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike also played.
Ultra Music Festival, one of America’s largest EDM festivals, is being sued for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.
A blind activist and Paralympic athlete, Juan Carlos Gil, is pursuing the organisation on the grounds that their website and live events are not easily accessible for the visually impaired or those with other disabilities.