Riding high with a 2014 Grammy nomination for Best Dance Recording (for his monumental hit ‘Need U (100%)’ feat. A*M*E*) and his recent signing to Astralwerks, UK producer Duke Dumont is ready to parlay his epic momentum into his first complete DJ tour across North America this April.
Everything you could ever want all in one- fresh powder and mountain air, a stellar artist/DJ lineup, brought tother by an amazing backdrop. Now in it’s 15th year Snowbombing returns this April in Mayrhofen, Austria April 7-12. For full details and package rates visit here.
For those of you who haven’t had the opportunity to see two of UK’s finest- Grammy nominated DJ duo along with the multi-talented producer, vocalist and cellist , you’ve been missing out. Luckily you’ll get your chance to see them live in NYC on Friday, January 17th at Webster Hall. Tickets are on sale now and going fast. Visit for complete details and we’ll see you there.
The Do-Over returns with a brand new season and multi-city stop tour in Los Angeles (August 4th), Toronto (August 10th), NYC (August 11th) and Portland (August 17th). Stay tuned for further details.
UK’s Duke Dumont will be making his way to club Output in Brooklyn on Thursday, July 25th. Get ready for a night of serious house music. For advance tickets visit here and we’ll see you there.
MTV Iggy, MTV’s global music brand, and Intel Corporation today announced that they are teaming up once again to create The Music Experiment 2.0, an interactive, multi-platform music series connecting passionate fans with their favorite, emerging artists. The Australian band Empire of the Sun will kick off the series on Thursday, June 20th in New York City. This is the duo’s first headline performance in the city since 2010. Win Tickets, VIP Passes & Backstage Access via Music Experiment.
Four crews. Four stages. Four New York sounds. One winner.
First hosted in London in 2010, the Red Bull Music Academy Culture Clash has gradually become a staple on the international sound clash scene. With previous contestants like Major Lazer, Soul II Soul, and SMOG, as well as special surprise guests including Pusha T, the legendary Johnny Osbourne and Usher (doing a counter-action version of “Climax” on the everlasting “Stalag” riddim), Culture Clash is more than just one of the fiercest musical battles around. It’s a celebration of sound system culture and its ongoing influence on hip hop, dancehall and dance music. It’s a rare get-together of different genres and generations. And it’s probably the most entertainment one could cram into a four-hour show.
Kastle is a forward-thinking artist known for pioneering a fusion of garage, house and bass music with R&B-style melodies. He’s just coming off a Coachella performance and his self-titled debut album Kastle dropped Tuesday and climbed the Top 10 iTunes electronic albums chart and is now available on iTunes here. He’ll be making a live show debut this Friday in NYC along with select city tour dates. Get a listen to his nearly hour long set via Potato Will Eat You below.