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Nachtduik Rings In Rotterdam’s 2018 With Nina Kraviz, Speedy J, KiNK & More

Back for the sixth year, Nachtduik celebrates the New Year in Rotterdam with a top of the line Techno and House lineup. Known for transforming massive spaces into dark pop clubs with a combination of decor, visuals, and (of course) music, Nachtduik has brought the likes of Dave Clarke, Jeff Mills, and Ben Klock to its annual celebration in editions past. This year, its two rooms sees another lineup of musical icons and heavyweights, both local and international, handling celebratory duties at Rotterdam’s massive Ahoy. In Room 1, which sees a focus on pure Techno sounds, the genre’s current queen, ... Read more

DVS1 Brings The Wall Of Sound To ADE With Helena Hauff, Karenn & More

Since first setup in 2015, DVS1 continues to bring the concept of the wall of sound to European clubs and crowds a single time per year. With each event, DVS1 presents a different speaker setup working alongside various sound companies with the aim to provide an unparalleled sonic experience. The concept is closely linked to the American artist’s past, as the massive sound systems of the 90s US-Midwest rave scene molded his vision of Techno as based on the physical power of music. On the concept, DVS1 states: “My first experiences with this music were on true walls of sound ... Read more

RA Top Live Acts Doubles With 40 Of The World’s Best Artists

RA’s version of the year’s best list continued today with the announcement of the top live acts of 2015, and coming in the top spot is non other than our good friend KiNK. After three consecutive top 5 finishes, the enthusiastic Bulgarian performer managed to use 2015 to greatly expand his craft, while never conforming to any given standard. Rounding out the top 5 are: Recondite, who enjoyed the top spot in 2014, followed by Âme, David August, and techno outfit Karenn. Expanding from 20 to 40 featured artists in 2015, RA manages to open up the spectrum of musical ... Read more

Dekmantel Festival 2014 – Report

After a long build-up and red hot anticipation, both national as international, last weekend it was finally time for Dekmantel Festival 2014. What we saw and heard over the two days we were there, Friday & Sunday, was pretty much as good as it gets in the Netherlands, and it definitely showed that the organization has gone through lengths to not only correct the mistakes of last year, but to also improve on a lot of fronts. The result was a three-day musical paradise with international allure. In the months prior to the festival it became clear that Dekmantel wasn’t ... Read more