Tag: tINi

Melt Festival Adds MIA, Richie Hawtin, Maceo Plex For 2017

Back in December, Germany’s famed Melt festival dropped a little taste of their 2017 lineup, with names like Die Antwoord, the Kills, Phoenix, Dixon, Marcel Dettman, Âme b2b Rødhåd, and Bonobo all featured. Now, the festival has unveiled its huge second wave of acts…one that needs to be seen (or, in this case, read) to be believed! First up is the ever-thrilling provocateur MIA (!), alongside Solange collaborator Sampha, who will bring his debut LP “Process”. Lil Silva, Kamasi Washington, Dave, and a Soulelection label showcase also highlight the urban side of things. As for dance music, well, across Melt’s ... Read more

Lightning In A Bottle Balances Superstar And Underground With Stacked 2017 Lineup

From 24 – 29 May, Bradley California once again plays host to Lightning in a Bottle, on of the US most colorful and beloved festival experiences. Organized by The Do Lab, Lightning in a Bottle has provided unique and trendsetting lineups over the past couple of years, selling out its previous editions. This year sees the festival carefully crafted a complement to the community spirit of the multi-faceted festival where participants gather to learn about environmental stewardship, elevate cultural awareness and unleash art across the landscape. See also: Lightning In A Bottle: The Family Festival Spread across 4 stages, 2017 ... Read more

Interview + Exclusive Track Stream: Livio & Roby

Celebrating 10 years at the forefront of Romania’s robust techno scene, Livio & Roby have recently unveiled a mysterious new album project. Connecting with audiences via via highly influential outlets such as Desolat, Vakant, Cecille, VIVa, Saved and Fumakilla, Livio & Roby’s dynamic DJ sets, innovative live performances, album projects, and constant flow of cutting edge productions remain one of their nation’s leading lights in the field. For those who may not be familiar, Romania’s spirit is evident in all aspects of the duo’s music; from tribal rhythms to penetrate the psyche, to organic instrumentation meant for the spirit, ultimately ... Read more

Report: The Oasis Festival

After having returned home to low temperatures and light drizzle, I cannot help but feel a little nostalgic when looking back on my days spent in Morocco for the debut edition of Oasis Festival. Born from the long time dream of the American/Moroccan founder to put her native country on the dance music map, Oasis Festival promised to have everything in store to make my stay, and that of the diverse crowd that coming from 25 different countries, worthwhile.  It was to be a festival quite different from what we’re used to in Europe; the Netherlands in particular. With a highly intimate setting – around ... Read more

Morocco’s Oasis Festival Announces Second Wave of Artists

A new festival experience will arrive in Morocco this summer, with the debut edition of Oasis, taking place from 11-13 September, and with it comes today’s announcement of the event’s second wave of artists. Nestled on the outskirts of the bustling city of Marrakech at the stunning Fellah Hotel, Oasis is unlike any other event in the region, with DJ Harvey, Âme, Guy Gerber, Ellen Allien, Matthew Dear, Chloé and Axel Boman already set to perform. Now, the second wave of acts has been revealed. Along with an exclusive b2b set from Cassy and tINI, acts including Dyed Soundorom, Gerd Janson, Nicole Moudaber and ... Read more

Preview: Welcome to the Future 2015

The annual gathering of house and techno enthusiasts that is Welcome to the Future returns to the beautiful Het Twiske, Amsterdam on 25 July 2015 with another celebration of music, love, and art bringing together creative minds across a spectrum of artistic disciplines.  As many veterans of the festival know, it is one that proudly stands for intimacy, a forward thinking musical vision, great sound and a big green heart. The overwhelming beauty of the Het Twiske grounds is one that makes patrons, as well as festival organizers, fall in love with the space year after year. This is why, ... Read more