Om Unit has shared a note on Instagram discouraging clubgoers from bothering DJs while they are playing.
It's not clear if an exact incident triggered the post, but the note specifically addresses clubgoers who request different music to what is being played and repeatedly bother DJs while they are playing.
Maceo Plex will be kicking off an extensive tour in January 2019. The Mutant Tour will find the Ellum Audio don – who recently graced the cover of our North American mag under his Mariel Ito alias – travelling across North America, Canada, Mexico, Chile and Argentina over the course of 10 weekends.
Now, we’re offering one lucky winner the chance to win two tickets to one the North American dates of the tour, including flights and accommodation within the USA.
Deadmau5 has shared a teaser of his new Rezz collaboration, a yet-to-be-titled track which sounds like it means serious (and hectic) bass-first business.
There has been speculation about when the pair would work together on a shared production since Rezz, who’s currently up for a DJ Mag Best of North America award, signed to mau5trap. This is the first taste anyone has had— a video shared by deadmau5 on Instagram.
An Instagram account is turning your favourite DJs into food, with hilarious, punny names to match.
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Axwell Λ Ingrosso have revealed further details about their forthcoming ‘More Than You Know’ EP, including the tracklist and artwork for the release.
Set to land later this month, the EDM duo — who were formerly part of chart-topping DJ/production trio Swedish House Mafia — gave fans a short preview of the EP’s second track ‘Renegade’ via social media earlier this week, with the full tune due to drop this Friday 12th May.
You can share multiple photos and videos in one post on Instagram, starting from today (Thursday 23rd February).
Using the new update, you no longer have to choose the single best photo or video to show your fans, but can combined up to 10 images or videos in one post on the popular image-sharing platform.
When uploading to your feed, you’ll see a new icon to select multiple photos and videos. You can also tap and hold to change the order of the snaps, or apply a filter to everything at once or edit one by one.
After spending just one day on Instagram’s infamous blocked list, the social media company has revoked its decision to ban the EDM hashtag.
In a pubic statement issued by the company on Wednesday, the hashtag was blocked as it "was being used to share content that violates guidelines around nudity”.
Less than 24-hours later, the ban was seemingly lifted, making the hashtag searchable again for over 300 million Instagram users worldwide.
The popular hashtag for EDM has been banned by photo sharing application, Instagram, the social media company confirmed yesterday.
The ban means #EDM can no longer be searched by users in association with photographs uploaded to the popular phone application.
Gabe Madway, an Instagram spokesperson, said, "In this case, #EDM was being used to share content that violates our guidelines around nudity."
The Instagram blacklist is well-known and was recently reviewed by the social media giant, with the application unblocking over 100 hashtags.