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Movememt Torino Finalizes 2018 Lineup With Ellen Alien, Lone & Wajeed

Movement Torino is fast approaching and now its final line-up has been completed. Across the 12 – 13 October event at the vast Lingotto, the latest additions are BPitch Control label boss Ellen Allien, Magicwire‘s Lone (live) and Detroit house and hip-hop talent Wajeed (live), who will join previous names like Jon Hopkins, Nina Kraviz, The Martinez Brothers, Joseph Capriati, Amelie Lens, Charlotte de Witte, Derrick May, Levon Vincent, Solomun, Underground Resistance, DJ Bone and plenty more. Find the remaining tickets and all information on Movement Torino 2018 below. 12 – 13 October | Movement Torino 2018 | Tickets | ... Read more

Kappa FuturFestival 2018: 5 Best Sets

KappaFutur keeps getting better year on year. The festival takes place in Parco Dura in Turin, Italy, the European Motor City that has a nice industrial feel, perfectly harking back to the roots of techno. This year it took place from July 7th to 8th and all three stages were bumping from start to finish. Names like Timo Maas, The Martinez Brothers, Kölsch, Apparat, Solomun, Adam Beyer, Marco Faraone, Stacey Pullen, Luciano, Fatboy Slim and Jamie Jones & Seth Troxler played, so here we look back at five if the best sets you can relive thanks to BE-AT.TV. Luciano The ... Read more

Movement Torino Returns With New 2018 Dates; Announces Jon Hopkins, Nina Kraviz, Solomun & More

Movement Torino is back once again, and with brand new dates for 2018, 12 & 13 October. The sister festival to Movement Detroit will play host to Jon Hopkins, Nina Kraviz, The Martinez Brothers, and Joseph Capriati. They’ll join the likes of Amelie Lens, Charlotte de Witte, Derrick May, Levon Vincent, Solomun, Underground Resistance, DJ Bone, Cosmo (live), KiNK (live), Francesco Tristano (live) with more to be announced. Once again the venue is Lingotto, which will be divided into different ranging arenas, Each transformed with stunning production and sound. Early bird tickets are available now and find all the information ... Read more

Kiesgrube Goes ‘Wild At Heart’ Across Six Unique 2018 Dates

Even after 21 years, Neuss’ Kiesgrube remains Wild at Heart, making it the perfect theme for their 2018 season. Set across 6 spring/summer dates, and kicking off on Sunday, 22 April, the Open Air venue near Dusseldorf will see only first class lineups for its one of a kind party atmosphere. Check out the full details and dates below, but expect the likes of Loco Dice b2b Luciano, Âme, and more kicking things off on 22 April. Throughout the season, which includes dates in May, June, July & September, artists and brands like elrow, 2manydjs, Marco Carola, Richie Hawtin, Black ... Read more

Kappa FuturFestival Completes 2018 Lineup With DJ Tennis, Peggy Gou, Robert Hood & More

The third and final wave of names for 2018’s Kappa FuturFestival adds DJ Tennis, Body & Soul (Francois K, Joe Claussell, Danny Krivit), Eats Everything, Eric Prydz, Patrick Topping, Richy Ahmed, Sam Paganini, The Martinez Brothers, Adriatique, Fatboy Slim, Jackmaster, Peggy Gou, Ralf, Robert Hood, Seth Troxler, and Stacey Pullen. Across Parco Dora Torino from 7 – 8 July, these names will join the already announced Amelie Lens, Apparat, Kolsch, Hot Since 82, Kink, Larry Heard, Paco Osuna, Pan-Pot, Rodhad and Motor City Drum Ensemble, Adam Beyer, Joseph Capriati, Solomun, Derrick May, Ilario Alicante, Luciano and Marco Carola on the ... Read more

Music On Announces New Amsterdam Location For 2018 Festival

Just five minutes from Sloterdijk train station and 20 from the city centre, Music On Festival 2018’s new location is the Havenpark Amsterdam, a lush green space with an industrial feel that relates to the nearby harbours and will boast two stages. The festival will feature 11 straight hours of music across its two days, kicking things off on the Main Stage on Saturday with Leon, followed by Stacey Pullen, Paco Osuna, The Martinez Brothers and Marco Carola himself. The Second Stage starts with Oxia then sees Miss Kittin, Claude von Stroke and Apollonia all lined-up. On Sunday, Joey Daniel ... Read more

Music On Festival Returns To Amsterdam Across Two Days In May 2018

After another successful summer at Amnesia Ibiza, Marco Carola’s Music On Festival is set to return to Amsterdam for its second year. Next year’s edition will expand to two days over the spring weekend of May 5 – 6, bringing even more international heavyweights to line-up in Amsterdam. These include two special sets Marco and the return of The Martinez Brothers, Loco Dice and Apollonia and Music On residents Stacey Pullen, Leon and Joey Daniel. Joining will be Paco Osuna, Luciano, Sam Paganini, Claude von Stroke, Miss Kittin, Oxia, Secret Cinema b2b Egbert and Benny Rodrigues. Tickets go on sales ... Read more

Loveland Festival Readies 2017 Edition; Releases Timetable

Once again returning to Sloterpark this Saturday, 12 August, Loveland Festival brings another full day of the very best music the scene has to offer. For twelve hours, 11:00 – 23:00, Loveland’s 6 areas (including a very special Circoloco hosted stage) have the likes of Adam Beyer, Pan Pot, Take of Us, Stephan Bodzin, Solomun, The Martinez Brothers, Joris Voorn, Sasha, and many more heavyweight names from the underground. Of course, Amsterdam is also well represented with favorite DJs like Tsepo, Boris Werner b2b William Djoko, Ferro, and more all representing Check out the full timetable of artists below and ... Read more

DHA Profiles: Nasser Baker

I met Nasser Baker a couple of weeks ago on one of the first truly nice days of the Amsterdam season (which just happened to follow the day long national celebration that is Kingsday). Despite a mild touch of the post party blues, it was still the perfect day for a musical stroll through some of Amsterdam’s best record shops, and with one of the dance industry’s freshest faces. I knew a bit about Nasser beforehand, especially that he was the latest protege of Objektivity boss Dennis Ferrer, the dance music icon who can boast a similar title when referencing ... Read more

Interview: The Martinez Brothers

Already 10 years into their journey as DJs, and still only in their mid-20s, The Martinez Brothers have achieved a career’s worth of accolades. As two of the most recognizable global stars in dance music culture, The Martinez Brothers empire and experience is vast – a headlining residency at Circoloco,‘#1 DJs in the World’ honors from Mixmag, designing for New Era, and revolutionary record imprints, Cuttin’ Headz and Tuskegee (with Seth Troxler). Since first hitting the road in their teens, The Martinez Brothers have gone on to sell out some of the world’s largest venues, rising to become one of ... Read more

Kappa FuturFestival Adds Nina Kraviz, Seth Troxler B2B The Martinez Brothers & More For 2017

Shaping up to be, perhaps, its best edition yet, Totino, Italy’s Kappa FuturFestival has added a slew of names to its 2nd lineup announcement. Adding to the already announced Carl Cox, Jamie Jones, Sasha & Digweed, Sven Vath and Tale of Us, will be the legendary Fatboy Slim, Nina Kraviz, and a very special back to back set from Seth Troxler and The Martinez Brothers, all on 8 July. On 9 July, Kappa FuturFestival 2017 welcomes techno icons Paul Kalkbrenner and Joseph Capriati alongside its 40,000 revellers. 8-9 July | Kappa FuturFestival 2017 | Tickets | Torino, Italy

The Martinez Brothers To Host Epic 24 Hour Space Miami Takeover

With a year that started with the well received “Joint Custody” EP on their own Cuttin’ Headz Records, The Martinez Brothers will now organize an epic takeover to close down Miami Music Week (MMW). On Sunday, 26 March, The New York brothers turned international dance music superstars bring a slew of friends and special guests from 11pm Sunday and run through to Monday night. The 24 hour format will allow the guys to fully explore their own catalog and their diverse musical range, from their signature tech-house to the Latin disco of their roots, while also curating the carefully selected ... Read more

Sonus Stacks 2017 Lineup With Sven Vath, Solomun, Maceo Plex & Tons More

Between 20 – 24 August, Croatia’s Pag Island is once again ground zero for the international dance music elite. Coming in the form of Sonus’ 2017 edition, this marks the events fifth year celebration. Not to dissapoint, Sonus has gone out of its way to put together a line up that is as diverse as it is inviting. Already announced were the likes of Adam Beyer, Pan-Pot, Joseph Capriati, Rødhåd, The Martinez Brothers, Seth Troxler and more, with today seeing another huge addition. Adriatique, Andrea Ljekaj, Andrologic, Dan Andrei, Dejan Milicevic, Felver, Homeboy, Janina, Josip Milkovic, Julia Govor, K.O.D (Cabanne ... Read more

DHA Mix #261 By Lauren Lane

Cutting her teeth in New York’s competitive dance music world has since resulted in a globe trotting career for the talented Lauren Lane. Now, a seasonal resident of Los Angeles and Ibiza with prominent appearances everywhere from Coachella to The BPM Festival, Lauren is definitively situated on the ascent. Over this past summer she made stops at virtually every major Ibiza-based residency like ANTS, Paradise, Elrow, and Rumors, while releasing the well received ‘Diary of a Madwoman’ EP on Eats Everything & Nick Harris‘ Edible label. This adds to her already prolific output on the likes of Saved, where her “Mantra ... Read more

Caprices Festival Announces Craig Richards, Sonja Moonear, Cassy, & More For 2017

More than 30 of today’s prominent artists will be gather for the 14the edition of Caprices Festival, to be held 6-9 April in Crans Montana, Switzerland. The new Crans-Montana venue Cry d’Er-Club d’Altitude will play host to a Caprices event for the first time. This restaurant, meeting and clubbing venue located on top of the ski runs, fuses tradition with modernity and offers a breath-taking panoramic view. The venue will play host to the likes of Ricardo Villalobos, Sonja Moonear, Franky Greiner, and Dorian Paic. Additional acts slated to play Caprices’ infamous MOON venue will be Ben Kock, Marcel Dettmann, ... Read more