Boys Noize + Tiga | 05.22.2015
Despite his ever-expanding label roster and the increased demand for his time as a producer and remixer, Ridha’s primary loves continue to be the twin pursuits of making and performing music.
Following the release of his third long-player Out Of The Black in late 2012, he presented the first BOYS NOIZE ‘LIVE’ show to the masses.
“I really wanted to give people a concert where I perform my music only. It´s not that I don´t like DJing anymore, I´m a DJ to the bone and will always be. But playing my tracks live and putting on a completely new show was something I wanted to do for a long time. It´s different and fresh and that is what I love.”
Showtek | 05.23.2015
Imagine being part of something that is big and getting bigger. You can literally sense its growth not by rumors or by chance, but by being part of a movement. A movement that meets and likes to party hard at the weekend and then go back to work Monday morning, feeling fulfilled.
Ladies and Gentlemen, we give you Showtek!
Over the past two years Showtek have become more than an act; it’s a movement, a tribe formed by the producer duo and its fans that is united in its love for music, excitement, artistic freedom and adventure. More than anything else, the tribe is the source of motivation and energy for Showtek and it is their mission to nurture it and help it grow. The music always come first, no amount of success or fame will change that.
Official Launch of our 5à7 on the terrace | 05.28.2015
We are excited to announce the return of our Thursdays on the terrace! On Thursday May 28th we celebrate the start of summer with the opening of our terrace. Join us May 28th for the official launch and and every Thursday afternoon under the sun for a mix of Mojito’s + Sangria + Montreal’s most unique and exclusive terrace.
Doors open at 5pm.
For more info please contact email@example.com
Sam Feldt | 05.29.2015
While only in his early twenties, Dutchman Sam Feldt has become quite the deep house tastemaker of his day. With amazing remix work as well as solid hits like the early 2015 release ‘Show Me Love’, which proved to be his definite claim to fame, he’s one of the DJs to watch when it comes to a new sound flooding the scene.
By now, Sam has played all around the world, sharing the stage with the biggest names in the industry like Kygo, Robin Schulz, Thomas Jack, Alle Farben, Kölsch, Steve Rachmad and Benny Rodrigues. His sound is characterized by beautifully built melodies, loads of atmosphere and emotion packed in a tantalizing, often laidback groove.
Seven Lions | 05.30.2015
Just this year, Seven Lions was selected as the main support for Porter Robinson’s sold-out Circle Assembly tour, made appearances at world-renowned festivals, such as SXSW, Ultra Music Festival, Electric Daisy Carnival New York, Global Dance Festival, and Camp Bisco, as well as headlined the Avalon Hollywood, Webster Hall New York City, and other top-tier venues in cities far and wide. With the combination of his productions and mind-blowing sets that have proved to cement his meteoric rise to superstardom, the time is now for the burgeoning young talent that aims to make a lasting, positive impact on the world through his art. Montalvo’s other-worldly creativity and purposeful ambition is genuinely limitless as he has a number of monumental projects that are developing, including a new single for OWSLA in addition to an official remix of Röyksopp’s “Run into the Sea,” and a massive North American tour with Krewella set for the Fall. Fans will just have to wait and see what exactly will come of the future Seven Lions experience, but one thing can be certain – there will be more pioneering music and awe-inspiring performances.
Nicky Romero | 06.04.2015
Strike up a conversation about the current state of EDM and it won’t be long before Nicky Romero gets an emphatic mention. The breakthrough star with the bulletproof work ethic is credited as a driving force behind the fantastic health the scene currently enjoys. In every aspect of his life – as DJ, producer and label head – he is a tireless advocate for his art. Couple this with his distinctive signature sound and compelling output, and it is no surprise that he exploded into the DJ Mag Top 100 chart at number 17 in 2012, the highest new entry that year, and rose up to number 7 in 2013.
Nicky Romero, real name Nick Rotteveel, was born January 6th 1989 in the small city of Amerongen, Holland. A keen interest in the drums and an early career spinning house and r&b quickly evolved into an unbridled passion for music production. Early releases, picked up by boutique outfit Once Records, caught the attention of some of the more established labels: Spinnin’, Fly Eye, Toolroom and Flamingo Recordings.
Carnage + Pete Tong | 06.05.2015
The hip-hop beat-smith, festival trapaholic and large room house hybrid vehicle reflects on if he had never lifted the decks: “I had been a tornado chaser,” he says with no millisecond of reluctance. It’s a great interview reply. Creative and most likely in jest yet it makes sense because in certain manners Carnage is a tornado chaser; consistently looking for another matter that’ll tear up sh*t. Upward. Acknowledging his ill-famed festival snare is coming to an end via a twitter rant, house and trance are Carn’s following thunderstorm with “huge music, large sh*t and substantial material.” This man is a schemer.
Yet there appears to be no process supporting the madness of Carnage’s diversity and multi-genre abilities: “I really enjoy a life of whatever I feel like doing. It’s impulsive. If I need to make a rap record I make it, if I desire to create a home record I make it. If I desire to make some pretty sh*t I make some pretty sh*t, you know?” Carn is as free and untamed as the twisters he pursues, against the actual carpe diem approach and true interest for investigating the musical spectrum, never fearful to remind you that he’s the league MVP.
Nervo + Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano | 06.06.2015
As they balance DJ-ing with songwriting/producing and making their own music—and also serving as hosts of NERVO Nation, their monthly show on SiriusXM’s BPM channel—the globe-trotting duo considers spinning essential to honing in on the perfect sound. “Since we’re not spending all our time in the studio anymore, we get to play our records when we DJ and instantly see how the crowd reacts,” says Mim. “We’re always educating ourselves with that feedback. And those moments when people have their hands in the air and they’re loving the tunes—it’s one of the best rushes you can experience. It means everything to us.”
Satoshi Tomiie | 06.12.2015
Talk about house music and its impossible not to talk about Japan’s Satoshi Tomiie. Since starting out in the late 80s he has been one of the scene’s most important and influential figures who has crafted endless dancefloor anthems as well as turning his hand to more pop inclined work, headline DJ sets around the world and all the while staying as relevant as anyone in the game. And it all started in Tokyo clubs during Satoshi’s youth, where he was forging himself a great reputation as a talented DJ in the early days of house.
Martin Garrix | 06.13.2015
Martin Garrix may not be a superhero or a secret agent, but he does possess two identities.
An 18-year-old student by day, but when the sun goes down he can be found behind the decks in front of packed hotspots and festivals across the globe, fraternizing with electronic dance music royalty, tirelessly producing in the studio, and dropping records.
You probably know him for his monster hit ‘Animals’, that reached the #1 position in several countries worldwide including Holland, Belgium and England, as well as Top 5 in Australia, France, Spain, and Germany.
Following up the success of “Animals”, his remix of Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike and Sander van Doorn’s “Project T” got supported by the biggest DJs around, after which his track ‘Wizard’ with Jay Hardway ascended #1 on Beatport, making it the youngest artists ever to reach the top spot on Beatport.com’s Main Chart.
“I want to show everyone that if you pursue your dreams, they can come true no matter what. That’s what I want to do.”
Martin Garrix may just be a superhero after all.
Vinai | 06.19.2015
Be sure, VINAI is on its way. Protagonists of an Italian wave of big room house, gaining more strength by day, the brothers make their DJ Mag Top 100 debut by the end of 2014. After that it’s their remix of the R3hab & Trevor Guthrie hit ‘Soundwave’ that gathers attention. As if they want to finish the year in style, the future only promising more to come.