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.
Avicii has teamed up with PlayStation for a new 'rhythmic space pilot game', named 'Invector', which puts the player in the cockpit of a futuristic craft, with the task of flying down gravity defying tracks and through various symbols that correlate to different beat variations, thus creating music as they make progress.
Alan Walker has shared a theatrical trailer for his upcoming single, ‘All Falls Down’, which arrives on 27th October.
A dark and somewhat bewildering 40-second clip, it features flaming torches, desert landscapes, welded metal, a digital timer, and some suitably eerie piano notes considering the track drops just in time for Halloween. Take from all that what you will.
Lost Frequencies has been revealed as the highest new entry in the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs 2017 poll, slamming straight into the chart for the first time at number 26!
The multi-platinum-selling artist, otherwise known as Felix De Laet, has enjoyed a fast ascension to stardom and continues on a sky-high trajectory.
Winning countless accolades to his name since his first No.1 selling record, this year he released his debut album ‘Less Is More’, including breakthrough hits ‘Reality’ and ‘Are You With Me’.
Skrillex has scooped the award for highest bass act in the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs 2017 after coming 16th in the poll.
2017 highlights for Skrilelx include a legendary Dog Blood reboot with Boys Noize at HARD Summer, a get-together with his old emo band From First To Last, an appearance at the ACLU fund-raiser, and key festivals such as Burning Man and experimental gathering Form Acrosanti.
Headhunterz has won the highest hard award in DJ Mag Top 100 DJs 2017 poll, marking his return to the genre by landing 33rd overall in the rankings.
Walking a fine line between creative freedom and success, the Dutch DJ and producer (real name: Willem Rebergen) has struggled to find the right balance in recent years.
KSHMR has won the highest audio-visual act award at the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs 2017 ceremony after landing 12th overall in the chart.
The US producer has had quite the few years since his first release, ‘Megalodon’, catapulted him into the spotlight. Breaking into the Top 100 DJs 2015 list in serious style, debuting at No.23, he hasn’t looked back since.