It's finally March, which means our countdown begins for Miami Music Week, Winter Music Conference, and Ultra. And to celebrate these events, the legendary Paul van Dyk will be making his presence known in Miami on more than one occasion.
The first occasion will be Paul van Dyk’s VANDIT Records AllStars party at Dream. This will feature performances from the label’s very own, Alex M.O.R.P.H. b2b Wood van Eyden, Judge Jules, Maarten de Jong, David Forbes, and many more. Live vocal performances will be seen from Daniel Nitt and ‘We Come Together’ chanteuse Sue McLaren. Finally, the night will feature a very special set from a mystery guest!
It's almost that time of year again: festival season and Miami Music Week are coming up fast. Soon, the pools will open back up, and sweaty festival goers and sexy party people everywhere will be outside getting wet, wild, and crazy. Of course, no good day of fun in the sun is complete without the right party anthem, which is why MAKJ and Lil Jon teamed up to bring 'Let's Get F*cked Up' to bikini and bathing suit wearing fan everywhere.
It’s been about two years since Annie Mac performed on this side of the Atlantic, which makes her upcoming North American tour that much more special. Some of you may know her as the world renowned host for her award winning radio show, BBC Radio 1, and others may have even heard her voice countless times before and don’t even know it.
Well, she’s importing her talents back over this month and she's bringing some companions along with her to furnish the dance vibes. Kicking off her tour in a week’s time at Output in Brooklyn, Annie will make her way across the states on her nine-date tour ending in Miami on Friday, March 28 at LMNT for this year’s Miami Music Week.
Trashed @ Set Nightclub - March 27, 2014
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Trashed @ No Sugar Added - March 28, 2014
Tommy Trash 2014 Tour Dates:
February 28 – 79 Paris, Paris, France
March 1 – Cream, Liverpool, UK
March 1– Gatecrasher, Birmingham, UK
March 3 – Duel Beats, Naples, Italy
March 6 – O1NE, Abu Dhabi, UAE
March 7 – Colours, Glasgow, UK
Tuesday March 25
Nighttime - Sweat it Out! Miami at The Electric Pickle featuring Bixel Boys, Bones & Troy Kurtz, Caseno, Cassian, Danny T, Harris Robotis, Motez, Option 4, Plastic Plates, Playmode, RÜFÜS (live), What So Not and Yolanda Be Cool
The authority on electronic music journalism, DJ Mag, has repeatedly thrown some of the wildest pool parties in Miami Music Week’s history. This year, the publication will relocate to The Surfcomber with a top-drawer talent bill ranging from Amine Edge & Dance’s underground grooves to W&W’s hard-hitting basslines. And don’t forget the special surprise guest that’s embargoed until the day of the event! Tickets are available here.
It's one thing to go out expecting the unexpected, and it's another thing entirely to have those expectations satisfied by a surprise performance from the DJ duo of Dubfire and Sharam, aka Deep Dish. Although the two haven't performed together as Deep Dish since 2006, Saturday night's crowd at The Mid in Chicago experienced a flawless live show courtesy of the legendary progressive house duo. Seamlessly traversing through house, techno, and everything in between, Deep Dish proved that no matter how much time has passed, they are very much still a force to be reckoned with.
With Miami Music Week inching closer and closer, it's getting harder and harder to plan out where to go and who to see. Luckily, HARD Events is making the decision easier by returning to downtown Miami for two nights of HARD Miami on Wednesday, March 26th and Thursday, March 27th. Setting up shop at Grand Central, the team responsible for HARD Day of the Dead and HOLY SHIP!!! will be putting on back to back nights of blazing beats with two of the hottest lineups.
Known for its colossal roster of quality talent, the Circle Talent Agency kicked off Miami Music Week with a splash at their poolside showcase! Touting a star-studded lineup featuring Flux Pavilion, Doctor P, and Datsik, the showcase invited dubstep lovers to bask in the sun while watching their favorite artists flex their bass-heavy muscles. And although anchored by the agency’s superstar turntablists, it was rising stars Lucky Date and Carnage who truly stole the show(case).
SiriusXM launched UMF Radio and hosted the SiriusXM Music Lounge at the W Hotel in Miami where the world could hear everything from live DJ sets and interviews with the world’s biggest DJs, all of which were broadcasted on UMF Radio during Miami Music Week.
UMF Radio featured live DJ sets and interviews with artists like Tiësto, Dyro, Calvin Harris, Afrojack, Ferry Corsten, Krewella, Armin van Buuren, Markus Schulz, Steve Aoki, Avicii, Kaskade, Axwell, Nervo, Alesso, Paul Oakenfold, Jacob Plant, Thomas Gold, R3hab, Sander van Doorn, Dirty South, and more.
Missing Miami much? We most definitely are! You can relive all the live sets and interviews right on Sirius XM's Electric Area here.