Big Gigantic's Tour Dates:
“The Night Is Young” Tour
The Music Farm
The Ritz Ybor
Campus DJ is back for a second year of finding 2014's top college DJ from over 40 Universities and college campuses all over America! Their 2013 winner, Flaxo, is already on the rise as an emerging Trap DJ and this year's winner will surely be on their way to becoming the next big thing!
The Campus DJ spring tour will be hosted by Flula Borg, and will feature guest headliners like:Cash Cash, The Chainsmokers, Paris & Simo, Bleaux, and many more.The winner will be chosen in June at Avalon Hollywood and will not only win the title, but will also walk away with great prizes from Monster Energy, GRAMMY U, Chegg, Dirty Dutch, and Chipotle.
Another thing that gets Spencer excited? Fans. Known for interacting regularly with his fans via Twitter (and even acknowledging them by name when meeting in person), Spencer is ecstatic when he is recognized by fans out in public. From “mind blowing” brushes with a mob of girls to having a fan show him a picture of his house (a moment that would scare many, but sent Spencer into laughter), he appreciates the outpouring love and support for him and his music. “It’s so cool to make people happy.”
Saturday, February 15th marked a very special event as Deadmau5 generously returned to Miami for a performance that will go down in history.
Following a New Year's Day performance gone wrong at Mansion Nightclub, Deadmau5 publicized his anger on Twitter in early January, writing, “Putting fans in the back and trust fund kids up front is fucking stupid as fuck...I’d rather rent a venue, parking lot, or beachfront and do it right.” It was due to the poor crowd that Mansion had attracted that led to Joel Zimmerman's daring threat that he wouldn't "be playing any more Miami clubs." Despite this, the mau5 was quick to rescind his bitter feelings toward Miami nightlife when at the end of January, he announced plans to put on a free show at Miami's Ice Palace- a 60,000 square foot studio and warehouse.
How does that old saying go? “If two’s company, then three’s a crowd?” Nah… There have been plenty of three’s that have been quite successful. Charlie’s Angels for example, did very well for themselves. Hanson, of the MmmBop generation, stuck with three when there were plenty of other Hanson’s to draw from, so clearly it worked for them too. How about the Three Musketeers? They even got a candy bar named after them; it’s hard to top that!
Bruce and Nick of Norin & Rad have had quite the success over the past two years. Between their family at Anjunabeats and their new project with Andrew Bayer, Artificial, the two have been keeping busy performing as well as in the studio. Just this month, the two released their latest tracks 'Thundercat' and 'That Was Easy.' Joonbug recently had the chance to catch up with Norin & Rad, as well as get to know them a little better.
How did you two meet and decide on your names?
Be sure to check out the latest tunes from Norin & Rad below, just released on Anjunabeats this month.
Having performed live at the 2014 BRIT Awards just a few hours ago, Disclosure, Lorde and AlunaGeorge's grand spectacle is now on YouTube and ready to break the internet. Word broke out toward the end of January that Lorde and Disclosure had been plotting when the BRIT Awards tweeted a photo of the New Zealand singer, decorated with the Disclosure face.
Lorde, clad in a sparkling black gown, opens up the stage with "Royals." Standing before a large, translucent screen projecting her face, it is impossible not to notice Guy and Howard waiting patiently in the background, preparing to make their grand entrance. By the 50 second mark, the brothers enter the scene by subtly playing "White Noise" beneath Lorde's passionate vocals.
When a colossal force like W&W hits the stage, you won't know what just hit you. Big room, high-octane sounds are a definite, but there's so much more to W&W's mystique. The duo hails from the Netherlands, the DJ capital of the world, and they have gained such an immense fanbase in just a short span of time. Their popularity can be attributed to the wildly successful tracks that they produce, which has caught the attention of Trance Goliath, Armin Van Burren, early on. Since their ASOT debut, W&W just can't seem to catch a break from the whirlwind of fame and success.
Like any great artist, W&W had their humble beginnings at local clubs and venues, only to find themselves taking full reign over leading festivals in no time. We got to find out some of W&W's earliest inspirations and the key behind their inexplicable ability to deliver only the highest quality of music to the fans.
Joonbug couldn't be more excited to announce the latest addition to this year's CounterPoint Music Festival lineup, Mat Zo. With the recent success of his Damage Control Tour, which supported the release of his debut album, Damage Control, it comes to no surprise that CounterPoint's organizers decided to bring his genre-blurring soundscapes to the festival's much anticipated return to its new 5000-acre home in Kingston Downs, Georgia this April 25-27.
Lancelot, the most recent addition to the Anjunadeep family, caused quite a stir with his debut release on the label, Givin' It Up / Make Ends Meet. The incredible support and positive feedback Lancelot received as a result prompted the label to follow the release up with a remix EP for 'Givin' It Up' featuring Antony & Cleopatra. 'Givin' It Up' (The Remixes) includes remixes by MK, Panda, and the combined efforts of Isaac Tichauer & DJ Nibc.