Skrillex is bringing the Mothership Tour back this summer, and thanks to the wonderfully innovative--albeit a little nutty-- people at Red Bull, this year's revamped tour will bring a fresh new vibe to this bass-crazy Alien Ride. With support from Dillon Francis, DJ Snake, What So Not, and Milo & Otis joining the tour's lineup, the music will be just as big as Skrillex's new stage production.
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.
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what doesn't transmit light creates its own darkness
Last month tech-house sensation, Manufactured Superstars came to the big apple for an exclusive party at LAVO NY. Denver natives and founding member of the infamous online music store, Beatport.com, Bradley Roulier and original employee of Beatport Shawn Sabo, two original have been in the electronic music industry for years. Their latest single, "Take Me Over" featuring Scarlett Quinn has been a We sat down with the two before their New York City gig to get the inside scoop on their first collective album through Black Hole Recordings.
Influenced by many DJs, Michael Anthony also cites producers Roger Sanchez (from way back), Basement Jaxx, The Advent, Samuel L. Session and Dennis Ferrer. In case you couldn’t tell, his sound is “very hard, in your face.” Creating tracks with “seamless rhythms which accumulate psychotic amounts of energy over time as to have the power to detonate a small vehicle” has paid off; Michael Anthony’s productions have been played by big-room DJs like Boris and Danny Tenaglia. Such recognition is the ultimate high, “otherwise this would just be some kind of nomadic hobby,” he explains. “It keeps the drive alive.”
Michael Anthony’s raw attitude conveys the best bass element you can hear: heart. He clarifies his moniker, "The Unknown Artist," by returning to his beginning metaphor: "If one wants to be recognized and not stuck among the mass herds of sheep, they need quick escapes throughout the pastures, maybe a bush hidden as a trap door to get you to where the new feed was just placed."
Space is proud to bring you what could potentially be “the party” of WMC this year. Come rave with Victor Calderone and Chus + Ceballos on the terrace of Club Space. The party starts at 11 p.m. on Saturday, March 12 and is guaranteed to rage on until Sunday afternoon. Purchase tickets at www.wantickets.com.
34 NE 11th St.
Miami, FL 33132
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