I’ve pulled together the five most incredible sets I had the privilege to witness at Ultra 2016. I hope they hit you just as hard.
On Friday night, Madeon kicked off his Adventure Tour with a highly-anticipated show at the Warfield in San Francisco, with SF natives The M Machine joining him as openers. In fact, there was so much pre-show buzz that the venue was moved from the Regency Ballroom to the Warfield in order to meet demand, according to the promoters. It was an interesting change, … Continue reading Show Review: Madeon’s Adventure Tour Debut at the Warfield
From Above & Beyond to Skrillex, some of the biggest names in dance music have embraced Snapchat as a way to connect with fans and open a window onto their sometimes-glamorous, sometimes-tedious lives. For your convenience, I’ve pulled together a list of all the DJs I know of who are on it, plus a few other entities you might want to follow.
When Self-Assemble came out one year ago, I thought I had the album figured out after a couple listens. I didn’t realize how deep it actually went.
As I continue to work my way through the feast of sets from Ultra 2015, in preparation for the summer festival season, I turned this week to Andrew Bayer’s performance at the ASOT stage. While I feel that Bayer’s recent club tracks sound largely the same, and was underwhelmed with his Do Androids Dream EP, I have to say his music really came alive in this expertly crafted Ultra set.