DJ Quintino will be hitting New York City's Pacha this Friday, December 6th with supporting act, Connor Cruise. The popular DJ/Producer will light the city up with a night of relentless bass heavy smashes, and infectious tunes. The highly anticipated gig is a hot ticket and will definitely be a packed affair. This is a show you don't want to miss. Grab your ticket for the event now OR enter our ticket giveaway below!
Check out the dates and venus below, and purchase your pre-sale tickets now, before they go on regular sale this Friday! Be sure to expect new music from Sunny as well, because what's a new tour without new music...
It may be a week away from release, but after leaking over the weekend, Childish Gambino's highly anticipated album 'because the internet' is being streamed in full on iTunes. Head on over and hear the new album before its release on December 10.
Steve Aoki & Rune RK have released the 'remixes' EP for their single 'Bring You To Life (Transcend),' featuring RAS today (December 3). The four-track EP features remixes of the duo's hit single by Dirtyphonics, Qulinez, and Garmiani and will be a very welcomed addition to the collection of Aoki and Rune RK fans everywhere.
Check out a stream of the EP below, and click here to download the EP via iTunes.
The second annual 'The Day After' festival will be filled to the brim with talent, as all of the biggest names in EDM will come to Panama City, Panama on January 10-12, 2014 for a weekend full of amazing music. Headlined by Hardwell, Calvin Harris, and Afrojack, Panama City's Figali Plaza will be the place to be this January. See below for the full lineup. Tickets are on sale now.
For pop superstar Lady Gaga, what started out as an album launch event has now spawned into a full blown tour, as her ArtRave has now become 'ArtRave: The Artpop Ball' tour. While all dates for the tour have not been announced, there are some confirmed dates for the tour which is set to begin May 4th in Florida. See below for the list of confirmed tour dates.
5/4 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL - BB&T Center
5/6 - Atlanta, GA - Philips Arena
5/8 - Pittsburgh, PA - Consol Energy Center
5/10 - Uncasville, CT - Mohegan Sun
5/12 - Philadelphia, PA - Wells Fargo Center
French DJ Julien Nolan is no stranger to the music world. He started DJ-ing at a very young age and has had the opportunity to mix at clubs around the world. Most recently, he played a fundraiser for President Obama and has mixed for various fashion shows for Chloe and Christian Louboutin.
His most recent undertaking is musical director and resident DJ at Fig & Olive, a restaurant with locations in Meatpacking, Fifth Ave, Lexington Ave, Westchester and two locations in California. The restaurant offers tastes from the coastal regions of France, Italy and Spain, while specializing in olive oil the main ingredient in all of their dishes.
2013 has been more or less controversial for Carnage, who tweeted in May that he would be taking a different direction with his music. Entering the green room of DC's famed 9:30 Club, at least ten people stood around chatting, while the man himself was immediately spotted wearing a black Adidas track suit and sunglasses.
If there’s one thing that the carefree, Chipotle-loving DJ/producer has taught us, it’s that timing is everything. His “festival trap” remix of Hardwell’s “Spaceman” is largely the reason why he is so successful today, but had he released it just a year or two sooner, his career would have played out much differently. “I wouldn’t be here. It’s all about timing and getting your shit right. Knowing when to drop something. A lot of people lose their steam because they didn’t drop anything, or they dropped too much. It’s all about timing and finding a good team to work behind you.”