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.
A compilation of the five can’t-miss artist albums released by electronic heavyweights and newcomers in 2015.
After his Digital Dreams set was canceled, Porter made it up to fans by returning to his roots for a one-off DJ performance inToronto.
Big room or big room house is a commercial style of EDM made for big clubs and festivals.
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.
This week, we were graced with many of the livesets from Ultra 2015. I look forward to listening to many of them over the next few weeks. Of the ones I’ve listened to so far, I highly recommend Eric Prydz’s.
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.
Max’s set on Friday totally lived up to my high expectations. While the music selection was, of course, excellent, I think a big part of the magic came from the club itself.