If you've never heard of American DJ and Producer, Dillon Francis, before you're in for a treat. Not only is he one of the leading pioneers of moombahton, but he has an online personality that's both bizarre and hilarious, to say the least. As a music producer and DJ, Dillon is capable of releasing catchy and festive tunes that are a special blend of hip-rocking beats and upbeat melodies. As an online personality, he's mastered the ingenuity of social media and took it upon himself to create multiple personalities like DJ Hanzel and Craigslist Connie, all of which he reeanacts himself on his Instagram account.
All the supporting artists were handpicked by Alex, himself, which goes to show the tremendous amount of effort that he put into this tour.
The tour dates were released along with a 2014 Tour Mix which you can listen to here, to get you hyped for his upcoming tour.
Appropriately titled, "Dutch Influence," the film gets right to the point with saying that dance music originated in Europe and explains it's transition into America. The film features talented, global superstars such as Tiesto, Laidback Luke, Fedde Le Grand, and many more. The doc will follow these rising talents through some of the party capitals of the world and give fans an insight of their experiences and what it takes to stay fresh in the revolution of dance music. Check out the trailer and for more information visit the Dutch Influence homepage here.
Meet the main man of indi-rock band, A Bad Think, one-man wonder Michael Marquart, formerly of A Flock of Seagulls and Alias. Michael is a talented drummer, guitarist, keyboard player, singer, and producer (pause to take breath) who has been in numerous bands, but has now ventured out on this solo project. Their latest album, Medicine, was released at the end of June and is their fourth studio album. Marquart's daughter, Samantha Marq, has also gotten involved in his solo career and can be heard singing on a majority of the band's tracks. Joonbug got the chance to chat with Michael and here's what he had to say.