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Seismic Dance Event announces house-heavy inaugural lineup

Seismic Dance Event is a new festival hosted by local Austin, Texas promoter RealMusic Events. Known for their house-oriented electronic lineups, Seismic Dance Event seems to be a top-notch event for festival goers looking to find hard beats and dirty grooves, and some of the genre’s finest beatsmiths are headed to Carson Creek Ranch for […]

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Destructo announces debut headliners for inaugural All My Friends Music Festival

LA is getting a brand new two-day summer music festival, programmed by a man who’s intimately familiar with the live events landscape in Southern California — after all, he helped build it. Destructo‘s new dance and hip-hop event, All My Friends Music Festival, slated for August 18-19 at ROW DTLA, has now announced its first-run […]

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Tomorrowland announces addition of Dua Lipa, Rødhåd b2b Âme, Pan-Pot, and more to lineup

As the countdown to festival season continues, Tomorrowland has been gradually releasing the names that will grace the stages of one of the world’s most celebrated festivals. Along with the January announcements that brought on artists like Alesso, Alison Wonderland, Prydz, the Belgian festival has announced the addition of nearly 20 more artists to kick off […]

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Exclusive: Armand Van Helden & Vasta drop dance worthy remix of Le Youth’s ‘Clap Your Hands’

Every now and then, an artist debuts a track that stands leagues apart from other productions. Le Youth is one such artist, regularly turning heads with releases like the infectious “Clap Your Hands,” a single that doubled as a new wave of modern disco groove.The versatile producer has established his ability to mesh nineties sounds with currently trending […]

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Armand Van Helden on DJ culture in 2017: “They don’t have to do much up there”

Almost every DJ today has abandoned the practice of swapping out vinyls while live mixing — with a few exceptions such as The Avalanches and Keys N Krates.  In a recent interview with Inthemix, Armand Van Helden gives his brutally honest opinion in response to a question of the feel of the ’90s rave scene in […]

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Armand Van Helden on DJ culture in 2017: “They don’t have to do much up there”

Almost every DJ today has abandoned the practice of swapping out vinyls while live mixing — with a few exceptions such as The Avalanches and Keys N Krates.  In a recent interview with Inthemix, Armand Van Helden gives his brutally honest opinion in response to a question of the feel of the ’90s rave scene in […]

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Armand Van Helden on DJ culture in 2017: “They don’t have to do much up there”

Almost every DJ today has abandoned the practice of swapping out vinyls while live mixing — with a few exceptions such as The Avalanches and Keys N Krates.  In a recent interview with Inthemix, Armand Van Helden gives his brutally honest opinion in response to a question of the feel of the ’90s rave scene in […]

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Armand Van Helden on DJ culture in 2017: “They don’t have to do much up there”

Almost every DJ today has abandoned the practice of swapping out vinyls while live mixing — with a few exceptions such as The Avalanches and Keys N Krates.  In a recent interview with Inthemix, Armand Van Helden gives his brutally honest opinion in response to a question of the feel of the ’90s rave scene in […]

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Armand Van Helden on DJ culture in 2017: “They don’t have to do much up there”

Almost every DJ today has abandoned the practice of swapping out vinyls while live mixing — with a few exceptions such as The Avalanches and Keys N Krates.  In a recent interview with Inthemix, Armand Van Helden gives his brutally honest opinion in response to a question of the feel of the ’90s rave scene in […]

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