We've rounded up the best highlights from this past weekend's Lollapalooza where the likes of DJ Snake, Baauer and Justice all performed at Chicago's biggest annual festival.
Held every year at Grant Park, Chicago, Lollapalooza attracts a diverse crowd across its four days thanks to the festival's eclectic line-ups, which cover the entire gamut of music from dance music to heavy metal to hip hop.
Philth — aka Phil Robinson — has delivered an absolute whopper of mix for our latest DJ Mag Weekly Podcast!
Despite what his name may suggest, Philth likes to keep varied, happily dropping liquid, jungle and harder styles in his sets, while his personal catalogue boasts the likes Dispatch Recordings, Flexout Audio, Vandal, C.I.A. Deep Kut and his own Peer Pressure imprint, amongst others.
MAYA JANE COLES
From his past on pirate radio to the arenas he's filling today, DJ EZ has gone from the face of UK garage to a world-famous brand almost in the space of a year.
Part of this recent meteoric rise was down to his 24-hour set for Cancer Research earlier this year, watched all over the world, which raised £60,000 in funds for the charity. So how did he manage it (and make it look so easy!)?
For better or worse, 2016 has been a whirlwind year.
The world seems to have crammed about a decade’s worth of news into a mere 12 months and we’re mightily pleased we only have to deal with the section marked ‘electronic music’.
As if the winter blues weren’t bad enough, the year kicked off terribly with the death of music icon David Bowie. The loss was felt universally, nobody could believe it had happened, let alone that it could get worse.
It has been another incredible year in electronic music. New genres have sprung up, new parties born, and we have had to say some sad goodbyes. These were the most pivotal moments in dance music in 2016.
SPACE IBIZA GOES OUT WITH A HISTORIC FINAL PARTY
Believe it or not, the 2016 Ibiza season is approaching its climax. It seems like only yesterday we were packing our bags and heading to the Balearic party island for the opening parties, but now the closing party season is upon us! So if you’re heading out for closing, these are the parties that you won't want to miss.
THE LAST EVER SPACE CLOSING FIESTA
Having wowed crowds at both SW4 and Creamfields this past weekend, The Chemical Brothers have announced three more UK dates as a finale for their award-winning world tour.
The duo have been at the top of the live game for almost 20 years, and with each new album the duo has constantly reinvented their stadium rousing live show with the latest edition, centred around their latest album ‘Born in The Echoes’, widely regarded as their best yet.
Red Bull Music Academy has today announced its plans for a month-long 2016 UK tour which will touch down in Liverpool, Glasgow, London and Leeds.
Held over four consecutive weekends, musical icons and rising stars from each city will be given a platform to throw down and celebrate their contribution to UK’s vibrant electronic music scene. They’ll be joined by international names that'll connect the dots between the UK and a global exchange of musical ideas.
Tell us about your Miller SoundClash weekend – how was the Las Vegas experience?
"It was exciting, fun, crazy, beautiful and magical. My experience was a little bit of everything and I could say that I am missing those days in Las Vegas. I have had fun and have had a great time with everyone."