Martin Garrix, David Guetta and Brooks’ collaboration ‘Like I Do’ dropped earlier today (Thursday 22nd May) and you can listen to it below.
The track was originally played by Garrix — the man who finished in the No. 1 spot in DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs 2017 poll — during his TimeOut72 Festival set in December, attended by 60,000 people in the Indian paradise and party state of Goa.
Alison Wonderland has taken to social media to tease a forthcoming new album. While no release date has been confirmed, the Australian DJ/producer did share the album cover and official title, ‘Awake’.
“Hope I do u proud,” the recent DJ Mag North America cover star shares on the 13th February tweet, which also sees Wonderland sporting a vibrant purple mane.
Looptopia, Taiwan’s first and largest home-grown EDM festival, has confirmed Axwell Λ Ingrosso, DJ Snake, Yellow Claw and Jauz, among others, for its 2018 line-up. The festival has also locked in other big names in EDM, dubstep and trance like Markus Schulz, Ferry Corsten, Excision, Ghastly and more, as well as local DJs and artists from across the burgeoning Asian EDM market including RayRay, DJ Karlie, DJ Ghost, Miss Ann and others. This year marks the festival’s second instalment following its debut in 2017.
Martin Garrix, David Guetta and Brooks' collaborative tune, 'Like I Do', has now been given an official release date, according to an announcement made this week by the latter of the trio.
The track will land on 22nd February, which, at the time of writing, is just over one week away, after originally being premiered by Garrix, the man who finished #1 in DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs 2017 poll, during his TimeOut72 Festival set, attended by 60,000 people in the Indian paradise and party state of Goa.
David Guetta is set to return to the While Isle this summer with the EDM star locked for another season of his BIG residency at luxe nightclub Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel.
Manning the club's decks for six years and counting, Guetta will play an extended run of dates in 2018 kicking off on 4th June through to 24th September.
Founded by promoters U Lee and Sascha as a hub for all things vibrant and wild, the former warehouse venue that is Bootshaus has become the stuff of legend. The club boasts three unique areas, including its amphitheatre-like main room with stunning visuals and pyrotechnics as well as an entire open-air section.
Dropzone Festival has confirmed Sven Vath— who is also heading to Tomorrowland in Belgium— Paul Van Dyk— this month's DJ Mag North America cover star— and Marco Carola for its debut event in Bangkok this spring, which will bring EDM, techno, trap and trance to the Thai capital on Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd March 2018.
You know the score. You're on the dancefloor, the night's atmosphere has been duly cranked up a notch and the DJ is in top form. As the bass is about to come back in, a chorus of whistles seem to momentarily drown out the music. What might have first sounded like the DJ throwing down some vintage DJ Duke or Frankie Knuckles (or eh, DJ Alligator), is in fact the crowd; many of whom are preoccupied with whistling, either with their fingers or with plastic whistles hanging out of their mouths.
EDC— or Electric Daisy Carnival to veterans— is set for an Asian expansion in 2018, according to the man at the very top.
Pasquale Rotella, CEO of Insomniac, the company behind the brand, has hinted at huge plans for the world's most populous continent, reflecting the strength of electronic music in the Far East.
Pasquale Rotella, the man behind Insomniac Events, recently revealed details for the upcoming U.S. festival season.
Known for promoting the likes of Electric Daisy Carnival and other events such as Beyond Wonderland, Nocturnal Wonderland and Escape from Wonderland, Insomniac parties are some of the States’ foremost EDM events.
In a recent Facebook post, Rotella had the following to say about Insomniac’s plans for the year ahead: