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During January, Radio 1’s eternal Essential Mix dedicated four weeks of programming to their designated ‘future stars’ of 2014.
It might be home to the White House, but in recent years Washington has lacked strong leadership in terms of its club scene. That all changed on September 22, 2012 when Echostage, located at 2135 Queens Chapel Rd NE, opened with inaugural guests Sander van Doorn and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano.
Gordon Phillips is the big cheese, top dog, club impresario behind the success story of BCM, also known as Planet Dance, on the Balearic isle of Mallorca. Formerly a DJ, his services to dance music go back far and beyond the call of duty, and as well as keeping things shipshape at the world-renowned club he is famous for being 'a friend to the stars' and booking some of the highest ranking talent.
Rarely do you find artists who speak as highly and fondly of their fans as the fans do of the artists they love. What truly stands out about Krewella is its love; love for its fans and love for music. With some of the most dedicated followers in electronic music, Krewella strives to reflect back to its fans the love, passion, and energy that is given to it.
In an exclusive interview with DJ Mag, press shy electro don Fake Blood opined on his desire to steer clear of the EDM phenomenon.
When questioned on whether he could make a huge EDM smash (something he would no-doubt be capable of) - the former Touche and Wiseguys man responded forcefully;
In a unique move for an EDM star, US dubstep don Skrillex has been imortalised in his own glitchy computer game, designed by Jason Oda.
Fans will be pleased to know that they can now listen to the EDM stars tracks as they tackle a virtual 8-bit world fighting 'glitches' along the way in a dubstep inspired, Legend of Zelda stylee.
The game is free, and definitely worth a look, regardless of your musical persuasions.
Check it HERE