Can’t make it to Miami? No worries, Ultra Music Festival is streaming all three days of the festival live for you to enjoy in the comfort of your own home. You can still get that Ultra experience with the Ultra Live Stream, produced by UMF TV. No matter where you are in the world, you can tune in and hear the amazing sets from all of your favorite DJs. So clear your calendar because the Ultra Live Stream begins on Friday, March 28th at 4pm. The stream ends at midnight but continues Saturday, March 29th from 3pm to midnight and Sunday, March 30th from 3pm to 11pm. Gather up your friends who also aren’t going to Ultra, play that live stream, and have a party of your own. You can have the Ultra Music Festival right in your own room (or at least a tinier version of it).
Start your April off with a psychedelic pilgrimage to Outer Shpongolia! Shpongle is back in NYC for two nights at Irving Plaza on tour for their latest album, Museum of Consciousness. You can get tickets for the Thursday, April 3rd show here and tickets for the Friday, April 4th show here. There's also an option to buy two-day passes for the true Shpongle heads out there. Both shows start at 7 PM. To get you psyched, here's The Aquatic Garden of Extra-Celestial Delights, our favorite track from the new album!
All Gone Pete Tong returns to the Surfcomber Hotel this Miami Music Week on March 28th with an eye-catching lineup consisting of Pete Tong, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Carlo Lio, Dubfire, Michael Brun, Kolsch, MK, Oliver Heldens, Nathan Barato, Tube & Berger, The Chainsmokers and a number of special unannounced guests. In combining more mainstream acts such as DV&LM with rising underground stars like MK, Tong’s lineup stands out as one that pushes the envelope and sees no limits to its success. For more information and tickets, click here.
The show is being held at the UIC Forum in the University of Illinois at Chicago, the newest University of Illinois event venue. The venue is easy to get to, looks over the beautiful city of Chicago, and is one of the more unique venues in the area. It doesn’t only host concerts but banquets, seminars, and lectures as well. This event will be fun, exciting, and a wild way to start the weekend, so get your ticket here.
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.
As the crowned jewel of Miami's South Beach, Mansion Nightclub has earned a reputation for hosting some of the biggest names in electronic dance music year around. With Winter Music Conference officially underway, the late night hotspot has set the ball rolling for their leading stretch of events with none-other than British electro house mainstay, Feed Me.
Together with local talent Damaged Goods, Feed Me fostered the beginnings of one of Miami's most reputable times of the year with his enduring high-energy performance standards. Standing before a full house, he stepped into the booth just past 1:30am and began his set with the opening track off his debut album Calamari Tuesday, "Orion." The room was immediately animated by his presence, sending the crowd into a frenzy of excitement and radiating rapture.
The super sexy combination of Gibbz and Gramatik proved to be an unstoppable force of bootylicious funk, and with labelmates Branx, Exmag, and Illmntr rounding out the night's lineup, this show was one for the history books. Originally scheduled for Thursday night at SRB Brooklyn, Gibbzmatik had to change venues due to extremely high demand, and good a thing too because Friday night, Webster Hall was packed to the teeth with a whole swarm of fans excited for this unique mashup of musical talent.
Epic live music vibes were in full effect from start to finish, Illmntr taking the stage first with mellow guitar and bass vibes, and vocals being thrown down by both halves of the feel good duo. Webster Hall's twinkling LEDs and heavenly spotlights seemed to cast a spell over the crowd, making them move and give themselves over to the groove.
It's judgement time, and the Executioner is coming to New York City. All throughout North America, dubstep dynamo Excision has been destroying city after city with Dirtyphonics and Ill Gates in tow. No one has been able to survive the sheer size of Excision's fifteen foot tall, twenty-eight foot wide Executioner stage production, or it's 150,000 watts of PK power. Now, Excision turns his gaze, and his stage, on the Best Buy Theatre this Friday night with his mind set on destruction.