New Year’s Eve is the biggest party night of the year, bar none. It’s the only day of the year that you can guarantee incredible parties will be taking place in all corners of the globe. But what does NYE 2017 have in store? We caught up with some of the world’s biggest DJs to find out where they’ll be celebrating.
Let’s face it, holiday events can be a bit, blah – whether it’s a boring round at a minimally-decorated office with your co-worker’s cringe-worthy drunkenness on full display or an awkward family gathering with your family’s similarly cringe-worthy drunkenness on full display. Don’t get us wrong, the month of December is full of feel-good vibes that radiate into the atmosphere, but it’s also a month of aforementioned gawky encounters. We basically need vacations from our vacations – and that’s where DJ Mag USA comes in.
Marshmello recently remixed DJ Snake and Justin Bieber’s newest single, ‘Let Me Love You’. You can listen to the rework below.
This is the second official remix of the track, as Tiësto released his official version of the chart-topping tune last month.
Dreambeach Festival will celebrate its fifth year anniversary from Thursday 10th to Tuesday 15th August 2017 in Villaricos, Spain. The multi-faceted line-up includes electronic music giants Marshmello, NERVO, Ferry Corsten and more.
The 20-act phase one line-up also includes D&B heavies Chase & Status and Andy C, special live sets from Matador and Wilkinson, big roomers Nicky Romero and Borgore, while Maya Jane Coles and Marco Carola hold down the fort in the underground arena.
Electric Daisy Carnival Mexico has announced a star-studded line-up for its 2017 event, topped by the likes of Diplo's Major Lazer outfit, two-time Top 100 DJs winner Hardwell and man (or should that be candy) of the moment, Marshmello!
Hitting Mexico City from over the weekend of 25th to 26th February, the event will see Basscon and the Upside Down House stage make their Mexican debuts.
Marshmello has announced that he is set to make his London debut at Ministry of Sound on Saturday 11th February 2017.
The full line-up is still to be announced, but tickets go on sale tomorrow (Friday 25th November) at 10am. Pre-sale tickets sold-out on the day of release yesterday.
Life in Color — which has the tagline of being “The World’s Largest Paint Party” — celebrates its tenth anniversary by bringing a stacked line-up to Miami’s art district of Wynwood on 28th January 2017.
For LIC Miami’s 10-year anniversary, the event will host Diplo, Carnage, Marshmello, Seven Lions, TriTonal, Illenium, Mija, Ookay, Solano and Doctor P, among other top notch electronic music acts. LIC Miami 2017 will be held at Mana and RC Cola Plant in Wynwood beginning this year and going forward.
Marshmello has dropped the official video for his debut OWSLA single, ‘Ritual’, which is released this week. You can watch it below.
The video features appearances from Skrillex, Valentino Khan, Slushii and other OWSLA affiliates, as well as the inclusion of a fake deadmau5.
Martin Garrix has spoken about his mistake whilst performing at EDC Las Vegas, which saw him cut the sound in error.
Speaking at the iHeartRadio Fest recently, Garrix said, “Every performer’s had a moment on stage where they thought, ‘Oh, I shouldn’t have done that.’ But they’re the things you learn from, and in the future there’s a smaller chance of it happening again because you’re more careful.
Skrillex has voiced concerns on Deadmau5's not-so-friendly persona, in particular the Canadian's attack on up-and-coming EDM star Marshmello.
In an interview with Complex, Sonny Moore addresses the situation saying Deadmau5 was "acting like such a fucking bully" when he called Marshmello "annoying" and his fans a "brain dead posse of deaf sheep" in a Twitter outburst.