Category: Reviews

Ranked: the most luxurious suites on the Strip

Do you want to enjoy the luxury Las Vegas life? We unveil the most luxurious suites on the Strip. The below-outlined infographic uses a unique point system to rank the suites of iconic hotels on the Las Vegas Strip. Which suite would you like to stay in? Viva Las Vegas For the original research, Betway looked at 25 hotels on the Las Vegas Strip to obtain definitive information about the most luxurious suites in the world that this city has to offer. Las Vegas is synonymous with luxury, so discover here which suite has the most to offer. Which suite ... Read more

Top Carnivals of the World

Winter will soon be gone and party lovers everywhere will get into the mood for some of the best carnivals in different parts of the world. End of January is normally considered the official beginning of the Carnival season, the time when people go a little crazy about everything. Here in this short article, we will acquaint you with some of the best international carnivals which are a must check out for any party enthusiast. In fact, these carnivals should be on every traveller’s bucket list.   Spain’s Tenerife Carnival Tenerife starts around last week of January and continues till ... Read more

Top 3 music-themed online slot games

Music constitutes an intrinsic part of each and every slot game offered in the online world today. It’s music which makes these games exciting and engaging. Hence, when you go about playing music-themed online slots, it is obvious that you will witness a highly-captivating and epic gaming experience, especially if you’re an ardent music fan. These online casino games also comprise of many branded slot titles, based on the lives of legendary bands and artists, from different music genres. In this short article, we will acquaint you with such top 3 music-themed online slot games which you can play with ... Read more

Music Festivals: Make Every Moment Count With Modern And Classic Pastimes

Despite how frequent music festivals are in the UK, there are always first-timers in need of advice or people who value fresh ideas, especially when it comes to passing the time and making themselves comfortable. Winchester’s Boomtown, an upcoming major event to look forward to, may be in August 2020, but that simply leaves plenty of time to prepare for that long weekend. Apart from the standard ways to have fun between performances or in the small sleepless hours, the modern age constantly provides several cures for repetition and boredom. They mainly involve a mobile device, however, so two accessories ... Read more

Review: Halloween in LA with Circoloco & Minimal Effort

No matter what city you live in Halloweekend is always one of the biggest party weekends of the year. Los Angeles is a popular destination for partygoers throughout the US and also abroad not only for it’s West Hollywood parties; but, also for music. However, Halloweekend in Los Angeles has been known as a particular musical highlight of the year here.  This year the most anticipated in town were the Circoloco party at the Union, a dark warehouse venue, on Friday night and Minimal Effort Halloween at the LA Center Studios, a new venue for the year old underground event in ... Read more

Review: Jeff Mills – The Planets @ Concertgebouw

Two queues of bodies were lined outside the sumptuous building, outstretched their tickets to Jeff Mill’s world of “The Planets”. Instead of a scent of hesitation and wonder, the foyer was filled with an equanimity, quite particular to the Dutch character. The symmetric red velvet lining, the lines of still empty red seats and steady structures of arcs hinted this man built Chef d’oeuvre, this Hall of Royal beauty can take in any kind of surprises and rebels with stoicism. The conductor decided to shorten the concert, thinking that since the public were being given a totally new language like that, “half an hour ... Read more

Review: Junktion – Monologue EP

The cosmopolitan vinyl-only label Slow Town Records has roots in Spain, France and the US but is keeping rather mysterious on the masterminds behind it. With this upcoming EP they are heading for their eighth release and second time with the Dutch, Nijmegen based artist Hans Peeman aka Junktion. As it should, sound-wise, this four tracker is perfectly in line with the imprints’ earlier releases. The label was set up unpretentiously to print 180gram wax for each release with an old school fat & sweet and deep & warm house sound, giving an answer to the current mainstream sound. And ... Read more

Review: Nachtbraker – Janus EP

The Berlin based family that is named Dirt Crew takes up new infants with every release and is ever growing while celebrating ten years of quality releases this year. In 2004 James Flavour and Break 3000 launched the imprint after releasing their first EP’s “Cleaning Up The Ghetto part 1+2” as the identically named duo Dirt Crew. The list of releases they built up in the meanwhile is impressive. A grasp of the last couple of months includes artists like Detroit Swindle, Downtown Party Network, Waze & Odyssey, Chimera and Tigerskin amongst others. Quality after quality house and deephouse release ... Read more

Review: Artifact – How Did You Change

Sharing a passion for soft porn, the owners of Saints & Sonnets decided to give a shallow stab towards releasing “half decent house music” and the results were far beyond their expectation. The label to this date counts a number of 12 releases and it features names like Roman Flugel, Detroit Swindle, Shenoda or Huxley. It seems that brushing off the dust of old vinyl and today’s chaos in electronic music offered Saints & Sonnets the authority it deserves especially with their 13th release from Artifact. The fact of the matter is that Bristol is foremost peaking when it’s about astonishing self-taught ... Read more

Review: Downtown Party Network – Disco Ball Drama

Futureboogie is a label that has its home in Bristol, one of England’s most exiting cities for cutting edge electronic music. The concept Futureboogie – as we know it now – started off as a club night in Bristol somewhere in the early nineties and transformed into a fruitful management and booking agency and a highly regarded record label. The current success of the Futureboogie crew stems from the experienced Dave Harvey and Steve Nickolls who boasted ten years of experience into the scene when setting up the label. Their first release dates back from 2011. Julio Bashmore set the ... Read more

Review: Presk – Babou EP

Something Happening Somewhere, or shortly SoHaSo, is the name of the young record label launched in April 2013 by Dutch stronghold DJ Nuno Dos Santos. Nuno, who has been the driving force behind the label and SoHaSo clubnights at Tivoli in Utrecht and later at Trouw in Amsterdam, stood at the basis of the success at the latter club since its opening in August 2011. With the imprint, he wants to “release music from befriended producers, new talent as well as his own work.” So far so good, the first two releases received tons of positive reviews. And now this ... Read more

Review: Beesmunt Soundsystem – The Baby Maker EP

For regular people Bristol is just a city in the UK, but for an electronic music enthusiast, Bristol comes as a splash of color in the contemporary music scenery. That unique splash took many shapes and sizes and ultimately left its mark. No, we’re not talking about a sort of pill or weed. In fact it’s a club night which over the course of 9 years flourished into a globally renowned brand. With events in places such as Space Ibiza, the Garage, Eastern Electrics Festival, Off Sonar and much more. With a reach that makes many of today’s labels quite ... Read more

Review: Planet Of Sound – We Are Together

Armada music has been around for over 10 years and is founded by one of the leading icons of progressive/trance music, Armin van Buren.  In recent years the label has broadened it focus to underground sounds, like Green Velvet with Bigger Than Prince (Hot Since 82 Remix) that caught the world by surprise or Groove Armada, Cari Golden, Tiga and Atapy, to name a few more. Their latest release comes from Planet of Sound which to this day hasn’t brought to the table anything mind-boggling. Their latest track “We Are Together”, however, finds itself at the border between electronica and ... Read more

Review: Marco Resmann – Basic Motion

Steve Bugs vision of a new platform to release his music on was born back in 1998 when he first founded Poker Flat Recordings in his hometown of Berlin. Since then, the label has developed in one of house music’s leaders racking more than 150 releases to this date. Among the label’s artists, high caliber names such as Mihai Popoviciu, John Tejada, Alex Niggemann, Matthias Tanzmann, DJ T, and even Trentemöller have released their records onto the label and of course it’s very own Steve Bug. One of their latest releases comes from the Berliner Marco Resmann. Running and pushing ... Read more

Review: Solomun – Samson EP

Hamburg’s based house music label Diynamic is one of Europe’s success stories in modern day house music. The label was founded in 2006 and currently holds 15 artists, hosts the weekly success nights Diynamic Neon Nights at Sankeys in Ibiza during the summer and now gives way to its 70th (!) release by label head honcho’s Mladen Solumun or Solomun, who gives us another delight of his endless musical talent in the form of the Samson EP. Diynamic’s (and Solomun’s) ongoing search for musical talent has put a big stamp on today’s dance scene by creating a podium for names ... Read more