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DGTL AMS 2018: 10 Can’t Miss Performances

This weekend, DGTL returns to its home base of Amsterdam with its annual Easter spanning festival. This, its sixth Amsterdam based edition after expansions to locations like Barcelona, Sao Paulo, and Tel Aviv, continues the festival’s tradition of combining art, performance, and environmental sustainability, all while featuring one of the more balanced lineups around. Combining international and local talent, a full spectrum of sounds, and a socially conscious approach to representation and environment, there’s much to look forward to. See also: DHA Mix #353 By HAAi This year’s lineup holds no shortage of headline names, featuring the likes of Hot ... Read more

DHA Mix #337 By Concret

Very much an evolving project as much a musical act, Concret emanates visceral soundscapes, raw disco, dirty house, techno, world influences, and hip hop into an eclectic combination of underground electronic music. Composed of Italo-Mexican musician Diego Angelico Escobar and Italian Producer Q-Pha, Concert’s research based approach to sound’s relationship within the urban environment has made them a much demanded act the world over. In two days, Concret will appear on Tulum’s Mayan Coast, where they will join the likes of DJ Three, Marvin & Guy, Telefon Tel Aviv, and more for the communal ‘Closer’ event at the Papaya Playa ... Read more

Tulum’s Communal ‘Closer’ Concept Debuts On The Sands Of The Papaya Playa Project

Ever since The BPM Festival departed for the shores of Portugal, Tulum’s white sand beaches and its robust community of artists and musicians who call the area home during the rest of the hemisphere’s winter months, screamed for a new event; one with the musical focus its lush surroundings beg for. Enter Closer, a communal project for the creative community, connecting nature with the urban spirit at its 10 January Beach Club premier. Run by the New York tribe Caravane Gitane, in association locally by Zapotec Death Poets, Closer brings an out of the ordinary lineup of artists taking sound ... Read more