Max Vangeli began his career with the international debut of his single “Gama” 2010 which gained the support of Pete Tong. He began touring all over the world and was dubbed as "one of the most promising artists in 2011" by MTV.
Vangeli has become one fo the major heavey weight DJS in the industry and has worked with the biggest names in EDM including Steve Angello and AN21. His track, "The Island" was named "Hottest Track in the World" by BBC Radio One's Zane Low. His track "Last Night Changed it All" debuted earlier last month and has become an international sensation. Along with Size Records, Vangeli has certainly cemented his place in the music world for many years to come.
In 1995, writer Vanna Bonta came up with a very collegiate idea: Maybe the opposite of war isn’t actually peace…maybe the opposite of war is party.
We at Joonbug.com are totally down with that philosophy. So today, in honor of World Party Day, we bring you some of the biggest and best party cities around the world. If you’re an avid partier, these need to be on your list. If you’re a newbe to the party scene, these places will introduce you with a bang.
One of the most talked about sets from Ultra Music Festival this past weekend has to be Kaskade's main stage performance on Friday night! And now we are happy to announce that he has made his entire euphoric set available for free download. You can catch it via the official Ultra Live stream. The free download is available through his Soundcloud page.
Prolific Internatinal Artist, Kai Guetta, makes a splash in Wynwood's LULU Laboratorium! 'Now Royalty' is the artwork that has made headlines in Europe. The collection began as street art. It featured printed pieces that were mounted to large boxed frames and placed over advertisements in the subway station at the Louvre-Rivoli.
The collection 'Now Royalty' makes a bold statement about the social status of the hip hop world. Using traditional and classical pieces, Guetta paints the new face of what art is through culturally rich oil paintings that has influenced the art world for centuries.
With so many events taking place during Miami Music Week, sometimes it feels almost impossible to choose. Thankfully, this Saturday night at LMNT, Boys Noize Records is offering a lineup that can't be beat. Featuring performances from Destructo, DJ Funk, Dog Blood, Jimmy Edgar, and of course the bossman himself, Boys Noize, 59 NW 36th St. is the only place to be. Tickets are still available here.
When: Saturday, March 29th, 10pm
Where: LMNT, 59 NW 36th St., Miami, Fl
With only a week to go, these tickets will sell fast, and we mean seriously fast. With advance ticket prices starting at just $20, why hesitate? Purchase yours now on Joonbug.com, or give us a call at (212) 255-4223, where we have staffers standing by to assist you. Interested in reserving a table? We can help you out with that too. After all, Winter Music Conference comes but once a year, and you definitely deserve the all-star treatment.
When: Sunday, March 30th, 11pm-5am
Where: Avenue D, 8 S Miami Ave., Miami, FL
WMC 2014 will begin to wind down on Saturday, March 29th, but just because festivities will start wrapping up, does not mean that the party will. The third day of ‘After Hours’ will be taking place at Avenue D on Saturday, and will feature new and familiar faces to the conference. Headlining the overnight party will be fresh faced NYC-based duo, The Disco Fries, who bring a fireball of energy to their sets. The duo is quickly making the transition into superstardom, with heavy co-sign’s from heavyweights such as Steve Aoki, Tiesto, and Armand Van Helden, to name a few. Following them as co-headliner, returning act Jacob Van Hage, will step back into his pocket and deliver another high-octane set for fans in Miami.
And what kind of track was that? Can you tell us about the sound you were going for?
I wanted to make a track that takes you on a journey. I tried to do that by combining multiple genres: some trance roots, a little bit of progressive house, some chill-step. I wanted it to sound ethereal.
If you're in Miami during WMC, catch Artec during the day at the Surfcomber and later that evening at Mokai. Stay posted for more party dates and locations.
The 2014 Winter Music Conference is set to hit Miami this weekend, and to close out the season, the conference will feature performances from a multitude of EDM talent throughout the course of the week. Beginning on March 27th, PLR & Lift Off will be hosting the first of four ‘After Hours’ events, kicking off with headliners, Wayne & Woods and Jacob Van Hage. Taking place at Downtown Miami’s Avenue D, the headliners will be joined by Klaud, and Maynard Macol, among others, for an overnight party set to have Miami buzzing.
For what will surely be a packed event, music fans will be lining up to get a piece of the action, as Wayne & Woods bring their Swedish house sound to Miami. They will be playing their new single ‘Ghetto Funk,’ along with other smashes from their expanding catalog. Jacob Van Hage, who is playing two nights at WMC, will add his Dutch flavor to the event, spinning his best cuts deep into the night. With appearances by A-Frame, Klaud, and others, this is a must-attend event for anyone in Miami looking start their weekend early.