Dutch trance/EDM star Tiësto has remixed DJ Snake & Justin Bieber's recent track 'Let Me Love You', but the result is not what you might expect!
Taking a deeper route than usual, but still with a bouncy bassline, Tiësto's 'Aftr:Hrs Mix' is as straight up club house as they come.
You can check out the rework for yourself below and keep your eyes peeled for forthcoming versions by Marshmello, Don Diablo and Zedd.
Dillon Francis has announced his "underground" alias DJ Hanzel will headline Exchange LA on Thursday 22nd December.
The 'One Deeper' show will be Francis' first solo headline performance under the alias, which sees him swap out his big room house and EDM for a less erractic bass house vibe.
Hanzel usually appears as a hilariously pretentious European character created by Francis on his YouTube channel.
Ever been stuck in a foreign country and not known where to rave? Us too! Well with the Techno Traveller Map you'll never accidently have that problem again.
Created by Matthieu Rodrigues, the map charts the best clubs for house and techno across the globe from Phonoteque in Uraguay to Temple Nairobi in Kenya, The Observatory in Vietnam and a of course the likes of New York's Output, London's Ministry Of Sound and more.
Rodrigues is encouraging users to submit ideas too, so if your favourite club is missing, help a fellow raver out!
Put simply: Carl Cox is the man. He's been the island's top dog for close to two decades, plus running respected techno imprint Intec Digital, and spending at least half the year at his sprawling property in Australia.
On the brink of Space’s final ever Closing Fiesta, DJ Mag Ibiza asks Carl Cox to list the top ten tracks that will remind him of the famous super-club forever. From Daft Punk to Booka Shade, here’s the top ten tunes closest to Coxy’s heart...
“This is the track that started it all for Joris! It’s this massive, piano-driving tech-house monster, and it was breaking all dancefloors.”
There is one story told by Simon Shackleton which perfectly crystallises his status as the polar opposite of the stereotyped ‘Hollywood DJ’, all champagne-spraying, crowd-surfing, cake-throwing personality chasm.
When we picked up Joe Carson, aka Courage, for our Cheeky Bubblers feature back in July, we knew he'd be perfect Fresh Kicks material — and boy has he delivered!
The Lincoln-born, London-based DJ/producer has already landed several hits, most notably with RAY BLK's 'My Hood' featuring none other than grimestar, Stormzy, a massive official remix of 'On My Mind' by Ellie Goulding and his 'Icarus' single for Black Butter.
Award-winning US house DJ Erick Morillo has announced his first UK tour in more than 10 years, taking in seven of the nation's top venues from 18th to 27th November.
Hitting up the likes of Egg LDN, Dublin's Button Factory and South in Manchester, Morillo will build up to a double whammy of a grand finale — firstly playing the Back to Basics 25th anniversary show at brand founder Dave Beer's new club, Church, in Leeds, before heading north of the border for a free Colours party at SWG3 in Glasgow.
House producer/DJ Duke Dumont ended his performance mid-set on Saturday night after some deplorable punters spat on and threw drinks at him.
A video taken of the show at Union Hall in Edmonton, Canada captures the moment when Dumont cuts off the music and announces that people are abusing him from the balcony above the stage.
"I'm sorry guys, people up here are spitting on me, throwing drinks at me," he says over the microphone. "I know you guys have paid good money, but I don't get paid enough to get spat on. There's spit all over the CDJs."
After meeting in Ibiza over a decade ago, James Rial and Richard Burkinshaw formed Audiojack — a collaborative production/DJ project that’s seen them travel the globe and establish their thriving imprint, Gruuv.
Originally hailing from Leeds, the duo moved out to the White Isle full-time several years ago, where they now spin every Sunday at intimate, locals-only rave cave Club Veto on Sundays, plus continue to spearhead releases from the likes of A1 Bassline, H.O.S.H and Cera Alba for their label.