Cazzette + Michael Calfan | 10.03.2015
CAZZETTE is an Swedish DJ duo consisting of Sebastian Furrer & Alexander Björklund. The duo represent the second baby of Ash Pournouri from AT NIGHT MANAGEMENT (same manager behind the meteoric rise of AVICII) with the name launched from nothing on June 9, 2011.
Within days, CAZZETTE released their first release, a remix for Avicii entitled “Sweet Dreams (CAZZETTE meet AT NIGHT Mix) “on JOIA RECORDS and it’s been charting at the Top20 on Beatport Top100 General Charts for 6 weeks straight.
Their bootleg of Swedish House Mafia’s “Save the World” was accepted as an official remix by the boys and their highly appreciated bootleg of Adele’s “Set Fire to the Rain” went straight to the number one spot on HYPE MACHINE most popular after being uploaded on their Soundcloud page.
Already supported by David Guetta, Tiësto, Swedish House Mafia, Avicii and Martin Solveig to name a few, these young Swedes are about to take over the world with their infectious take on electronic music – simply coined Dub House. With the first single due end of summer, they have already secured a 17-gig September tour in the US as well as selected fashion event parties around Europe.
Waka Flocka + Brillz | 10.09.2015
At 18, Waka looked on as his mother began managing the career of Gucci Mane, who had established himself as a force to be reckoned with in Atlanta at the time by performing relentlessly throughout the South. Within two years, Waka began messing around with music himself alongside local producer Tay Beatz, who helped him shape his rambunctious personality on the microphone. “I was going through so much at the time,” says Waka. “I had so much stress and so many issues. I couldn’t release my emotions physically, so releasing them verbally was the only option I had.”
The result was Waka’s 2008 mixtape, Salute Me or Shoot Me, Vol. 1, featuring the trap anthem, “O Let’s Do It,” a song that caught on instantaneously in the A and quickly spread to other parts of the country. It allowed Waka to take his show on the road and also earned him a coveted slot in Gucci Mane’s 1017 Brick Squad clique. “Gucci and them were kind of shocked,” says Waka, “because nobody really knew I was rapping and then, all of a sudden, I had the biggest song in the South.”
Galantis | 10.10.2015
The lights begin to shimmer at Coachella’s Gobi Tent, as the curious crowd packs the stage to witness a never-‐before-‐seen act, something unexpected occurs; 10,000 people compelled to sing in unison. It’s the result of a tangible feeling hanging in the air, that this is the birth of a movement; this is the birth of GALANTIS.
At its core, GALANTIS is two friends making music together. The fact that they’re Christian Karlsson, aka Bloodshy, and Linus Eklöw, aka Style of Eye, is what changes the plot. The accomplished duo’s groundbreaking work as GALANTIS destroys current electronic dance music tropes, demonstrating that emotion and musicianship can indeed coexist with what Eklöw calls “a really really big kind of vibe.”
Earning the rare honor of debuting in a primetime slot at Coachella, the festival of festivals, GALANTIS quickly became the talk of town. The packed stage and thrilling live show earned the attention of Dancing Astronaut, who named the set Best Debut of the festival, while an online poll from Billboard Magazine found GALANTIS shattering the competition for Best Dance Music Moment at Coachella.
Flux Pavilion| 10.11.2015
Known for his 2011 hit “Bass Cannon”, English dubstep producer and DJ Joshua Steele took the name Flux Pavilion around 2008 when he released the track “Cheap Crisps” as a digital download. Steele had grown up in Towcester where his neighbors were like-minded producers Doctor P and Trolley Snatcha. At the time, all three had been playing in guitar-based bands together, but after downloading some music creation software, they agreed the future was digital and were set on their dubstep paths. Fast forward to 2010 and Flux Pavilion had made a name for himself with plenty of club hits, remixes, and DJ gigs, but that year’s “I Can’t Stop” took his career to another level. Two “fans” Steele met on a tour of America asked to sample the cut for their upcoming hip-hop album, and a year later “I Can’t Stop” became the basis of “Who Gon Stop Me” on Jay-Z and Kanye West’s collaborative effort Watch the Throne. Flux Pavilion’s hit track “Bass Cannon” arrived that same year, along with a collaborative cut with Doctor P, “Super Bad.”
Duke Dumont LIVE | 10.16.2015
Duke’s early career was mentored by Switch (last sighted producing for Beyoncé) and he made his name as the ‘go-to’ man to remake a pop song for the dance floor (Lily Allen and Bat for Lashes were notable clients). In 2011, he moved out of London to the countryside (Hertfordshire, where his studio overlooks a forest) to focus on his original material.
Synthesizing his influences from techno to UK garage and house he brought back goodies from this zen-like exile. ‘For Club Play Only Vol. 1’ was released in April 2012 on Turbo. With ‘Street Walker’ and ‘Thunderclap’ on there, it alerted the heads to the Duke movement and received support from the likes of Jamie Jones and Simian Mobile Disco.
Remixes for AlunaGeorge and Santigold quickly followed, then in August ‘For Club Play Only Vol.2’ featuring ‘No Money Blues’ and ‘The Giver’ made Duke the man to watch. ‘The producer’s producer’ had become the ‘people’s producer’.
‘Need U (100%)’ features 17 year-old starlet A*M*Eon singing duties. With a chunky low-end, funky stabs and silky vocals this is like an early 90s house classic couched in 2013 techno techniques. In 1988 Inner City would have been jealous of this one.
Co-written by teenage wonder-kid MNEK (who recently sung on Rudimental’s ‘Spoons’ with [artistSyron) the Duke released ‘Need U (100%)’ in March 2013 on his newly minted Blasé Boys Club label, where it topped the UK charts for two weeks.
Gareth Emery | Open to Close | 10.17.2015
Gareth Emery is one of dance music’s most influential and innovative DJ producers, voted no.7 in DJ Mag’s ‘Top 100 DJs’ poll making him the UK’s highest ranked DJ, and one of the youngest DJs ever to crack the top ten. In 2010, he released his debut artist album ‘Northern Lights’ on his own label Garuda to stunning reactions from fans and critics alike, hitting no.1 on the US iTunes dance chart within hours of release.He also celebrated 100 episodes and four years of his award winning podcast, collaborated with Above & Beyond for the crossover international radio hit ‘On A Good Day (Metropolis)’, and penned the theme tune of the Global Gathering festival – whilst also finding time to play 130 shows, selling out clubs and rocking festivals in 40 countries to over 2 million people.
Loco Dice + Harvard Bass + Caleb Calloway | 10.23.2015
Loco Dice is someone who can puzzle together intangible moods with a direct approach. Via his DJ sets or his productions on labels like M_nus, Cadenza, Ovum, Cocoon or his own Desolat, he merges perspectives in his delicate sense for sounds and reflective atmospheres, underpinned with solid, physical grooves inspired by the hip hop that was his early sonic stomping ground in the mid- to late ‘90s. There’s something there for the dreamers, as well as for the 9-to-5ers who just want to lose everything in a moment of abandon on the dancefloor.
Karnavale | 10.30.2015-11.01.2015
Vendredi 30 Octobre | Sultan + Shepard + Disciples
Samedi 31 Octobre | Kygo
Dimanche 1 Novembre | Armin van Buuren
The Chainsmokers | 11.06.2015
Wise beyond their years and aggressively handsome, these two overachievers are focused on success… Never before has the world seen two furry browed individuals such as these two (seriously we have really bushy eye brows)… As you might have imagined Alex and Drew did not meet on the set of their Vogue Cover shoot while surrounded by super models, but rather somewhere else.
Apart from Social Darwinism, the thing that separates these two men from the rest is their unsettling and uncanny ability to make love…
With live sets and productions that their own mothers describe as, “sounds nice, but a little loud,” these two always put on a show that was not ever described as sexy and life-changing, but should be.
Apart from their unique personalities and boyish good looks, they have many similarities. They each graduated from prestigious North-Eastern Universities, they like hot chicks in yoga pants, enjoy a good burger, and have been rejected from many of the venues they now play at.
See them live and you will understand why the sky is blue…
Whatever, bios suck… we are sorry you even had to read this crap… let our instagram, twitter and music speak for us…
Infected Mushroom | 20h-14h | 11.12.2015
Electronic dance music (EDM), mega-legends Infected Mushroom best known as the sonic innovators of the “Psychedelic (Psy) Trance” genre. Twice ranked amongst the world’s “10 Best DJ’s” by the Bible of the Scene (U.K.’s DJ Magazine) and with over 14 million hits on YouTube and a #8 position on the Billboard chart, the Israel-bred, L.A. based duo Amit “Duvdev” Duvdevani and Erez
Eisen have created their “music kingdom“ as one of the most powerful in the EDM scene.
Following a 3-year legacy of success from Infected’s 2009 album The Legend of the Black Shawarma. Erez and Duvdev deliver their most multi-faceted electronic album delivery to date in three years–“Army of Mushrooms” (May, 2012 Dim Mak Records).
Adoring fans continue to congregate en masse for Infected
Mushroom’s 120/year jaw-dropping live shows including psychedelic visuals that lay as the backdrop for enigmatic vocals, hypnotic arrangements, and psy-trippy synthetic rhythms . . . All walks of life gather in attendance for the same reason: to experience Infected Mushroom, the world’s greatest Psy-Trance band of the decade.
3LAU | 11.14.2015
Born Justin Blau, 3LAU became fascinated with music at age five when he first taught himself to play the piano, and later guitar and drums. Now, as 3LAU (pronounced Blau) prepares his first original mixes, each track still begins on the piano. Gleaning creative insight from inspirations Sigur Ros and Radiohead, 3LAU aims to bring beauty, melody, and emotion back into dance music. This year marks a fresh chapter for the young 3LAU, as he transitions from mash-up guru to big room house producer.
The 22-year-old 3LAU first took the electronic music scene by storm, igniting dance parties and crafting beats to the delight of fans worldwide. Joining the release circuit less than two years ago, 3LAU amassed widespread acclaim with two eclectic collections of bootlegs titled “Dance Floor Filth,” and the term continues to describe 3LAU’s unique sound. Once his music and mixes reached the ears of fans and bloggers alike, 3LAU earned top 10 Beatport & Hype Machine charting as well as a DJ reputation for flawlessly blending together bootlegs, remixes, and originals into fast-paced sets that keep crowds guessing.