Calvin Harris has shared a video online that shows how he made his collaboration with Frank Ocean and Migos.
In the video — which has been posted to Harris' social media channels — you can see Harris systematically go through each sound that features on 'Slide'.
Harris shows how he made and layered each individual sound — from pianos, synths and guitars — for the track, which features Frank Ocean and Migos on vocals.
The NYDJAY by New Yorker DJ competition is in full swing. Europe’s biggest DJ competition gives you the chance to be signed to leading management company, Sushi3000 and land a set at UNTOLD festival.
The competition host, Danny Avila, is taking a film crew with him across some of the world’s major cities, to discover more about the scenes around Europe.
In this end of year special, you can relive 2016’s best moments from NYDJAY Weekly by NewYorker.
Watch the full episode below, and don’t forget to enter your DJ mix at nydjay.com
There’s something of a French electronic renaissance in the air at the moment. There’s the return of Justice and constant murmurings of a Daft Punk tour — it almost feels like the noughties are happening all over again.
With that in mind, Justice have just unveiled the accompanying video for their current single ‘Randy’ — and it’s a clever live action art installation.
The Weeknd has shared the video to his new album title-track 'Starboy'.
Directed by Grant Singer (the man behind the video to previous The Weeknd hit 'Tell Your Friends', the clip features the Canadian artist murdering himself, smashing up his apartment with a huge neon crucifix and taking his cat for a drive.
Daft Punk — who helped produce the track — appear only briefly as a painting on the wall.
The 'Starboy' album is set to drop 25th November, in the meantime, you can check out the video below.
If you've caught an andhim DJ set recently, you may have noticed the German duo are a man down — they've become "justhim". Well, if you were wondering why Tobias was all on his lonesome, we now have an answer: during the filming of the new video for their joyful house ditty 'Super', Simon managed to break his leg.
As Simon puts it, "maybe shooting a video on roller skates, without actually having ever been on roller skates before was not the best idea we've had." Maybe not.
One of the biggest tracks of this summer is without a doubt DJ Koze’s edit of Låpsley’s ‘Operator’ — and its now been given the video treatment.
Lapsley has today unveiled the video for ‘Operator’, which has been conceptualised by Holly ‘Låpsley’ Fletcher herself and directed by Cherise Payne, who previously directed videos for ‘Love Is Blind’, ‘Hurt Me’ and ‘Brownlow’.
"The video Is inspired by an amazing night after my first ever Berlin show, when a group of friends took me out and introduced me to the city’s drag scene,” explains Låpsley.
Legendary French duo Cassius have unveiled a truly unique interactive video for their latest track, ‘The Missing’, featuring Ryan Tedder.
Once every generation or so, a live act comes along that knocks the breath out of an entire audience. Solomon Grey is one of those acts. Shivers, goosebumps, and mouths agape with hands pressed to hearts abound when Joe Wilson and Tom Kingston, the London-based duo known as Solomon Grey, take the stage at New York City’s historic Beacon Theatre. They’re the opening act for Above & Beyond’s Acoustic II tour, and while we expect a nice warm-up show as we settle into our seats, we certainly do not expect the breathtaking performance that follows.
Moderat will begin their North American tour this Thursday in New York and will be joined by longtime collaborators Pfadfinderei, who will be handling the tour’s visual production.
Last week the trio — which consists of Modeselektor and Apparat — released the album’s second single, ‘Running’.
Back in December, Danny Avila played a marathon set at Bootshaus in Cologne, Germany.
Avila’s extended set travels through deep and tech house demonstrating his knowledge and passion for all genres of dance music. You can watch it in full, below.