They say that the third time’s a charm, but in this case of Cosmic Gate, every time is. The duo will be performing three times over the course of Miami Music Week. With the buzz of their upcoming artist album, Nic & Bossi are ready to lay down some new tunes and give Miami a taste of what they can expect from the Wake Your Mind follow-up.
The first event will be So Get Up Miami! held at Set nightclub Wednesday, March 26th. The evening will feature performances from Audien, BT, Jaytech, Jerome Isma-Ae, as well as Wake Your Mind Records’ very own boss men, Nic & Bossi.
Serving as their only club show during Miami Music Week, Above & Beyond’s Mansion performance will be one for the books. What better way to kick off MMW than with the beloved trio? With support from Norin & Rad and Beckwith, the Anjunabeats kings are making sure South Beach’s Mansion is the only place to be Tuesday, March 25th.
Above & Beyond can also be seen at Ultra Music Festival Saturday, March 29th.
Be sure to check out Wantickets to purchase your tickets for Mansion today!
Friday January 24th
51 Stuart St , Boston , MA, 02116
PS: Dress code "Clubby/Sexy" and "No sneakers"
295 Franklin St, Boston , MA, 02110
15 Lansdowne St. Boston, MA 02215
Sunday January 26th
Keep your musical weekend going with brunch at The Beehive. This quirky spot is host to live jazz and burlesque during the weeknights and has the most amazing interior. Try a crab omelette with your mimosa and check out the rest of the menu here!Brunch in Saturday 11:30am - 3:00pm and Sunday 10:30am - 3:00pm
541 Tremont St., Boston, MA, 02116
It's that time of the year when mega music festival's everywhere announce their summer festivities like a gift to add to your Holiday wish list. Earlier this week we announced the Phase One line up for Ultra Music Festival's Miami installment in 2014. Today, we present to you the teaser video released by UMF to get audiences everywhere captivated by Miami's charm. Featuring the 10th Annivarsay of Carl Cox and Friends and ASOT 650, Ultra Miami looks like one event that you won't want to miss this summer.
Watch the teaser video below:
Ultra Music Festival announced, yet again. a new destination to take on their spectacular event via Twitter yesterday, and the crowned country goes to: Colombia! The dates have been revealed to take place on February 20th and 21st, giving festival go-ers another treat to put on their events list for 2014. Stay tuned for more information!
Can you tell us about some of the parties/venues that shaped you as an artist and a performer?
Diego Camejo: The first venue I started DJing at consistently was Mokai. Being the resident here has taught me so much. Because it is a small boutique club, it is naturally a very intimate setting. It is a venue where people are not necessarily going to focus on the DJs performance; they’re their to have a good time, which makes it more difficult as a DJ to craft a set that gets people’s attention.
"When am I in a state of Trance? When I listen to a good track, a track that I really like. One that's energetic, euphoric, uplifting," said Armin van Buuren on the latest episode of UMF TV, which brings fans on a special revisit to 'A State Of Trance' at Ultra 2012 with none other than, Armin himself.
The feature focuses heavily on Trance music. The genre has exploded over the years and you can hear how it has grown from Armin, Dash Berlin, Sander van Doorn, Ferry Corsten, Cosmic Gate and Gareth Emery who all played at the arena.
Word has spread that Armin will be joining the festivites again at Ultra 2013 on both weekends but you can catch him first when he plays the show of a lifetime at Pier 36 in NYC on New Year's Eve! For tickets and more information click here.
The year was 1967 when the world saw its first music festival. It was The Monterey International Pop Music Festival that took place over three days on June 16-18 in Monterey, California. The fest has become known as the first major American appearance of Jimi Hendrix and The Who. It put Janis Joplin on the map in the rock world and saw Otis Redding perform and break traditions. Monterey would shape the mold for future music festivals such as Woodstock in 1969 and every other music festival to come after. It's been years in the making, but the music festival continues to be ever evolving.
Meet John Hamilton – a 23 year-old DJ making his way through the ever-present dance music scene. He’s opened for the likes of Steve Aoki and TV Rock and most recently turned heads at The Belvedere Music Lounge at the W South Beach during Miami Music Week. Like most, I was there to check out the event and see the heavy hitter lineup that featured Sander Van Doorn, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano and Tiesto, among others. But it wasn’t Tiesto nor Sander that had everyone talking. Instead, it was Sacramento native John Hamilton that got everyone's attention. He has the stage presence that resembles some of the greats, a talented ear, an ambitious attitude, a humble personality and a great look - a lot of qualities that could potentially result in superstardom. I sat down with the NYU senior to find out how it all began and where it’s going.
Take it from me, it’s hard to find an oasis in the middle of Collins Avenue on the busiest week of the year in Miami, that is, unless of course you were invited to the exclusive Belvedere Music Lounge at the W Hotel in South Beach.
Past the bevy of sunbathing 20-somethings at the guest pool and through a winding grove was a lush space filled with plush white lounge furniture, bars that served three different complimentary Belvedere drinks and a refreshingly attractive and sophisticated crowd. Oh, and not to mention some of the biggest names in dance music as well as fresh talent behind the decks.