As of late, riding on the wave of fame is a Parisian by the name of William Grigahcine – DJ Snake, to be correct. A worthy member of the Mad Decent camp, DJ Snake has brought some color back to the inevitably waning trap scene within the last year. Though it is difficult to pinpoint the exact moment that he began to turn heads – both of industry leaders and fans alike – it could be argued that his 2013 original mix with Alesia, 'Bird Machine,' along with his remixes of Duck Sauce’s 'It’s You' and Major Lazer’s 'Bubble Butt,' are what began to give him some extra leverage. Needless to say, it was 'Turn Down For What' in collaboration with Lil Jon that defined DJ Snake as a commendable producer – one to keep an eye on in 2014.
The internationally celebrated Dutch House DJ has headlined Ultra and Tomorrowland and is heading back to one of New York’s most iconic clubs for his victory lap. Fedde Le Grand has used his single “Put Your Hands Up 4 Detroit” as a launching pad for a career as an endlessly inventive DJ, and this Pacha veteran knows how to control a crowd and get everybody having a great time.
As stated earlier, this guy knows how to mix. Just as he always does, Luke brought his A-game to the decks. He threw on a variety of tracks from Martin Garrix's latest single, "Proxy,” to Calvin Harris' radio smash, "Thinking About You,” and even a remix of Kanye West's "All Of The Lights.” There were moments where he would play the best 30 seconds of several songs back-to-back, blending them so perfectly into each other that you wouldn't have even noticed if you weren't listening closely. His ability to keep the crowd on their toes was phenomenal - you truly never knew what he was about to play next. It all seemed so easy for Laidback Luke, but the crowd was still in awe with every transition and drop.
Showtek came with the full intention to rock the house this past Friday at Pacha, and they certainly delivered. But what else would you expect from the brotherly Dutch duo? Known for their hard hitting style of music and bass heavy performances, Showtek has really built a name for themselves as one of the best electronic duos out right now. With banger after banger being released by them in recent time, it has been hard for any DJ to play a set without at least playing one Showtek track.
With two of EDM's biggest names working on the same track, you can only expect greatness, and that is exactly what David Guetta and Showtek bring you with their new release, "BAD". Coming just in time for the festival season you are sure to hear this drop everywhere within the coming weeks, and rightly so. You can stream "BAD" now above via Soundcloud, and purchase it on Beatport.
If you happen to be in the NYC area this weekend, Showtek will be performing a legendary set at Pacha NYC this Friday! You can be damn sure that we'll be there.... More details on that event here.
The Worlds Apart Tour could not be a more fitting title for an artist like Seven Lions, whose electronic productions can range anywhere from as bright as the sun, to as spine tingling and mysterious as the dark side of the moon. With each and every track he makes, Seven Lions explores a new and different corner of the musical galaxy, showcasing how creative and imaginative his brand of beautiful bass music is.
Friday night at Pacha in New York City was absolutely out of this world thanks to an amazing performance by Seven Lions. Making the third stop of his Worlds Apart Tour in the Big Apple, Seven Lions played a set of cosmic proportions. It wouldn't surprising if the sounds shaking the walls of the legendary nightclub could be heard and felt all the way around the world.
For the first time ever in the history of his Transitions radio show, John Digweed is going to broadcast the landmark 500th episode live from his annual Winter Music Conference Sunset Cruise on Thursday, March 27th, at 4pm. From just off the coast of downtown Miami, this extra special, celebratory sunset episode will span four hours of the very best in underground electronic music as chosen and mixed by John Digweed himself.
Move over Wolf of Wall Street, there's a new "wolf" in town and he's taking overPacha this Friday!
Wolfgang Gartner has traveled the world, playing at Creamfields, Ultra Music Fest, Coachella and more! He has produced countless tracks that have stayed #1 on the Beatport charts time and time again. Now, with such hits as "Anaconda", "Overdose (feat. Medina)", "Hounds of Hell (with Tommy Trash)" and "Piranha", The Wolf is ready to give you one hell of a night this Friday! Make sure to grab your friends and head to Pacha and bring your dancing shoes!When: Friday, March 7th, 10pm