Live music might remain on pause, but the mighty Terminal V never rest: the game-changing Scottish electronic music event brand have lined up a very special livestream for Halloween on Saturday October 31st with Alan Fitzpatrcik, Frazi.er and Stephen Brown all playing from their Aren V arena at Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre from 1930 – midnight UK time.
This livestream comes at you from the exact location of Terminal V’s now globally renowned events, with a unique mesmeric lighting production that is synonymous with the brand. There will also be plenty of drone footage from around the arena which will place you right in the heart of the action, amidst the lasers and smoke machines, but all while safe in your own home.
Heading up the stream will be Terminal V favourite Alan Fitzpatrick, a real techno titan with a powerful rolling sound, rereads on Drumcode and his own We Are The Brave. He is joined by Scottish talents and local heroes Frazi.er and Stephen Brown who bring all styles of techno from big and brash to more deep and hypnotic.
This is a huge effort from Terminal V to keep everyone coming together through music and is set to be another spectacular event.
MDLBEAST Freqways are pleased to unveil the next stunning series of DJ streams featuring high profile and world beating selectors playing from unique locations and cities around the world. This time, Nora En Pure, Malaa, Martin Garrix and Eagles & Butterflies all step up from 7pm – 10pm KSA time on October 22nd and take you on a musical adventure through gorgeous locations including Croatia’s Brac Island, Paris, Amsterdam and Little Rock, California, with the streams being available to watch on the website as they are released, and on demand in the days after.
This latest stream follows Freqways’ hugely successful 12-hour digital music festival earlier in summer and is the first of many new announcements to come that will make this a much anticipated monthly occasion with breathtaking new destinations unveiled and explored each time. The on-demand service means you will be able to take a stunning virtual flight with Freqways whenever you want, and explore fantastic new destinations from new angles, all with a first class soundtrack.
This weekend, Freqways will once again be a way of bringing together the global community and offering up a truly authentic and escapist experience. It is not just about world class DJ sets, but also exploring the stunning sights of the carefully curated locations in high definition, and from multiple camera angles. The diversity of each place will be showcased with all the key landmarks taken in.
This time out, things kick off at 7pm + 3GMT with Nora En Pure, the South African DJ who layers up richly melodic grooves into naturalist and heartfelt sets of truly emotive house and techno. She plays from the paradise-like Croatian island of Brac in the Adriatic with its white sand beaches, traditional architecture and an active quarry for the island’s famous white limestone.
At 8pm, French electronic artist Malaa takes over. Signed to Tchami’s label Confession, he is a mysterious talent with a pioneering future house sound. He plays from the famous skyline of Paris with all its romance, high art, trendsetting fashion, gastronomy and culture, elaborate network of streets and bustling markets.
At 9pm, Dutch superstar and former DJ Mag Top 100 poll winner and EDM mega-star Martin Garrix plays from his native Amsterdam with its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades all making for a beautiful backdrop.
Lastly, at 10pm, Eagles & Butterflies takes you to Little Rock, a historic American city on the Arkansas River with exhibits including a replica of the Oval Office and presidential artifacts. He is an English born, LA based producer who reaches all boundaries of the electronic music spectrum with his productions on labels like Innervisions, Life And Death and Get Physical Music.
This is set to be another perfect meeting of music, art, culture and travel that provides everyone with a chance to get away from daily life for a few magical hours.
Freqways is MDLBEAST’s online music experience which launched in June 2020 as a response to the global lockdown. Inspired by airlines of the past, Freqways takes audiences on a virtual trip, with DJs performing from iconic locations around the world. It was created as a way to showcase destinations through music, art and culture.
MDLBEAST is a lifestyle and entertainment experience brand and a global creative platform setting the tone for music, art and culture. On a mission to shift the epicenter of underground music; MDLBEAST showcases local, regional and international talent through events and immersive experiences – online and IRL. MDLBEAST creates space for music, art and culture to permeate all aspects of everyday life. Starting with Saudi and echoing outwards – the platform supports artists in creating experiences that move people, and in turn, make people move.
After a difficult year, One Out Festival’s much anticipated debut gives house and disco aficionados something irresistible to look forward to on 19th June 2021: playing across two fantastically realised stages with world class sound, lush green landscapes and the snaking Thames River at Apps Court Farm in the heart of Surrey, will be global superstars Roger Sanchez, Hannah Wants, Artwork, Paul Woolford, Krystal Klear, La La, Low Steppa, Sam Divine, Mambo Brothers, Weiss, Menendez Brothers and many more. Ticket Pre-Sale opens October 15th, and General Sale October 16th at One Out Festival: Sign Up. You can be safe in the knowledge that if One Out 2021 is postponed or cancelled due to Covid-19, full ticket transfers or refunds will be available.
Set over the 86 acres of Apps Court Farm, with rolling greenery, hidden lakes and a beautifully natural vibe just 35 minutes from London, One Out is a festival curated by music lovers, for music lovers. It will be a friendly and forward looking coming together of music obsessives in a personal and intimate setting, surrounded by ancient forests and with the glistening River Thames streaming past nearby. A vital attention to detail when it comes to light, sound and location is what stands One Out Festival apart as it welcomes you to get down on a house music Main Stage and Disco Big Top with plenty of hi-tech trimmings.
Musically, every shade of house and disco is covered in real style. First up is New York legend Roger Sanchez, who has helped shape the underground sound for decades on vital labels like Strictly Rhythm, his own Stealth and Ministry of Sound. Coming off the back of his Top 5 Chart hit with Diplo, Paul Woolford also lines up with his broad house sound, which covers everything from peak time anthems to vocal gems and deeper cuts, while Artwork always brings the energy as a long time party starter who has an unveiled knowledge of how to move a floor.
Hannah Wants is the headliner to see for those who like their house with some seriously earth shattering bass, and Krystal Klear is a fellow contemporary trendsetter who runs the label Cold Tonic and has released on Running Back, Madtech and more while heading cult underground clubs all over the planet. With Defected associate and high energy selector Sam Divine, hit making bass, house and garage outfit Low Steppa as well as La La, Mambo Brothers, Weiss, Philip George, Menendez Brothers and residents such as Ben Read, Chris Thomas, Dale Castell, DEZ and LUCiD all playing, One Out Festival is all set to make a spectacular and unforgettable debut.
One Out Festival knows we are #BetterAsOne, and is ready and waiting to get the dance music community back together and dancing once again.
Unstoppable Ukrainian duo ARTBAT continue to reach new heights with their huge new One Mix on Apple Music, which is packed with exciting new music and much loved gems to keep fans dancing.
ARTBAT had a standout 2019 and monstrous start to 2020 and have managed to keep on serving up fresh new music both solo and in collaboration. This exclusive new mix features their trademark brand of melodic, emotive and atmospheric techno and comes hot on the heels of their massive No.1 track ‘Best Of Me’ featuring Sailor & I on Metaphysical.
That tune is their third Beatport main chart No.1 in a row following the massive CamelPhat collaboration ‘For A Feeling’ and their excellent ‘Keep Control’ remix. It proves the pair is in a fantastic run of form that has placed them right at the forefront of the global underground and made them at home on key labels such as Afterlife, Diynamic, Watergate and Kontor Records.
Gigs have been on pause this year, of course, but ARTBAT are DJs who know how to play huge outdoor stages or intimate clubs alike having lit up clubs and festivals like Awakenings, Fusion Festival in Germany, Warung in Brazil, EDC in the US and Asia, Tomorrowland, DGTL and Loveland, as well as Hï Ibiza and DC10 Ibiza, Watergate Berlin as well as many others.
As soon as the world can dance again, ARTBAT will be ready and waiting to resume their place in the booth. But until then, their Apple Music mix offers fans plenty to get excited about.
ARTBAT – Intro (no label)
Claudio Ricci – Sternentreiben (Patrice Baumel Remix) [Stripped Down Records]
ARTBAT – ID (unreleased)
Perry Farrell & Maceo Plex – Let’s All Pray for This World (Maceo Plex Glitchy Remix) [Last Man Music]
Ben Bohmer – Zeit & Raum (Extended Mix) [Anjunadeep]
New York, NY, October 8, 2020 – Made Event, the powerhouse producers behind internationally renowned Electric Zoo Festival, are thrilled to announce the stellar phase one lineup for Electric Zoo 2021: Supernaturals taking place over Labor Day Weekend, September 3, 4 and 5 on Randall’s Island in New York City.
After an unfortunate postponement in 2020, Electric Zoo is announcing its return as Electric Zoo Supernaturals. For its 12th edition, New York’s premiere electronic music festival will feature genre-spanning headlining performances including bass master Illenium, house maestro Kaskade, Grammy-nominated hit-maker Alesso, Deadmau5 as his infamous techno alias Testpilot and a special sunset set by Tiësto. Additional festival favorites slated for phase one include world-class DJs — Brazilian Dirtybird cohort Bruno Furlan, U.K. house and bass wizard Chris Lorenzo, British house sensation Duke Dumont, Manchester favorite Mason Maynard, Australian radio host and DJ Nina Las Vegas, California’s bass music maestro Seven Lions, French house don Shiba San, L.A.’s future bass king Valentino Khan, bass honchos Zeds Dead and dubstep kingpin Zomboy. An additional 50 artists are to be announced. Stages are hosted by freeform electronic label Wakaan, Zeds Dead’s imprint Deadbeats, and LA party collective Brownies & Lemonade.
“While we are beyond excited to share the first phase of Electric Zoo’s 2021 artist lineup, we are even happier to report a nearly 50% year to year increase of artists who exemplify our continued commitment to deliver lineups that embody the principles of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, reflecting the true composition of our global electronic music community,” says Electric Zoo’s SVP and Senior Director of Talent, Kevin Mitchell. Electric Zoo is expected to release an additional 50+ artists in a second major artist announcement at a later date.
Known for its extravagant and outlandish annual themes created with intelligent artistry, Electric Zoo 2021 will take music fans on a cosmic musical journey beyond their wildest imaginations with Supernaturals, a gathering that embraces unexplainable phenomena, from Bigfoot to Area 51 and open music fans’ minds to new sounds and experiences.
Since its inception, the founders have taken E-Zoo around the globe, creating satellite soirées in Mexico, Brazil, and China. Still, its three-day hometown run in dance music mecca NYC continues to be the most popular, selling out year after year. A crowd of nearly 100,000 gather in Randall’s Island Park annually, according to organizers, with a record-breaking 107,500 attending in 2019. 2021 will be another ambitious undertaking destined to transport its fans beyond musical boundaries.
In response to the Covid pandemic, Electric Zoo 2021: Supernaturals plans to take enhanced safety protocols. Electric Zoo continues to monitor the COVID situation and work with leading health & safety professionals to provide a safe experience for all fans, performers, and crew.
The global pandemic means Summer 2020 was one to forget. Summer 2021, then, has even more riding on it and promises to be an unforgettable release as people all over the world are set free. Waiting in the Balearic Isles to make it a summer like no other is VIP concierge company Ibiza Culture, whose years of expertise will ensure you have a truly high class, exclusive and luxurious holiday you will never forget.
Ibiza Culture is all about putting together tailor made experiences in premium locations. Expect clean white villas with deep blue pools and gorgeous terraces, back lit palm trees and plush sun loungers, all with huge walls of glass that allow the warm sun to shine in as you live your very best life. Imagine plunging into the crystal clear green-blue Mediterranean from the deck of your super yacht, swimming up to white sand beaches and snorkelling in hidden coves… all this and more is what Ibiza Culture will make happen for you.
This experienced and acclaimed VIP concierge company is a go-to for VIPs who want to attain the unattainable. It has contacts built up over 12 years, with a wealth of experience and insider knowledge that will connect you with a side of the island you never knew existed. Acting as your one point of contact, Ibiza Culture takes care of your very own unique and bespoke itinerary to make sure you have a red carpet trip of a lifetime without a care in the world.
Ibiza has a long and cultural history, with an abundance of hippy vibes, which are extremely prominent even today. The start of this movement alongside tourism development in the 60s made Ibiza the ‘place to be’ for artists, creatives and writers – and it is very much the same to this day. Next to the world renowned super clubs and VIP party spaces, there is a wealth of things to explore from the winding pathways of the ancient town of Evissa to more than 80 paradise-like beaches via restaurants that are some of the most acclaimed in the world, with mouthwatering seafood served in the balmy open air as the sun sets into the sea.
Ibiza Culture has access to over 150 of Ibiza’s most premium villas, yachts and restaurant tables. They are here to create a perfect VIP experience that makes you feel a million dollars and ensures you won’t have a single stress or worry on your trip. They handle the full booking process from start to finish and have a wealth of knowledge and experience that they are ready to share to make this the best holiday possible.
From sunny days on deck to lazy afternoons on a lounger via evenings of high class dining, Ibiza Culture is here to help you plan your ideal getaway. They can show you the epitome of opulence and offer the most bespoke and luxury villas, in premium locations all across the island, with tailor made experiences perfectly suited to your needs. Large private swimming pools, decor to die for and luxurious surroundings – what could be more fabulous?
As for trips on the high seas, from stunning hidden beaches to secluded coves and sunset boat trips, Ibiza Culture has private boat hires to suit any occasion. Each charter covers all the most magical bases and offers the champagne lifestyle you are craving. Trips come with snorkelling stop offs, world class sound systems and drinks packages so all you have to do is hop on board and soak up the vibes.
Whatever your version of paradise, Ibiza Culture can help you realise your most fantastical holiday dreams.
2020 headliners re-sign for 2021, withtonsof new additions for the newly expanded two day event across Easter weekend in April
Having made its name by producing Scotland’s most impressive one day festival, Terminal V now go one step further and announce that, for the first time in its history, they will host two genre-busting days of musical programming. All of the confirmed acts for the postponed 2020 event such as Charlotte De Witte, Eats Everything, Floorplan, Honey Dijon, Shanti Celeste, Octo Octa, Ben UFO and Avalon Emerson as well assoe new additions such as Sven Vath, Alan Fitzpatrick, Perc, Dax J, Ben Sims, Haai, Green Velvet, Monika Kruse, and more will all play across five expertly produced stages on Saturday, April 3rd and Sunday, April 4that the now legendary home of The Royal Highland Centre grounds in Edinburgh.
Terminal V 2021 will now offer double the action, double the acts and of course double the good times. Previous headline bookings have been maintained and honoured by the hoard of top-level artists that are a major part of the Terminal V family. That means that the full spectrum of electronica is more than catered for each day.
Who better to start with than with Saturday session headliner Plastikman Richie Hawtin, the Canadians’ uncompromising and forward thinking style will dovetail perfectly with the harder edged artists featuring that day such as big hitters Alan Fitzpatrick, I Hate Models, Helena Hauff, Dax J, Nina Kraviz, Luigi Madonna, and Belgian main room mistress Charlotte De Witte.
As well as this sizzling array of headliners there will also be a raft of support acts that can more than hold their own with the A-listers. Featuring on Saturday’s growing techno bill will be Perc, Shdw & Obscure Shape, T78, and of course regular heavy hitters Frazi.er and Stephen Brown.
Terminal V is techno through and through but they also know a thing or two about what it takes to fire up a dance floor and on Saturday you can also find a truly diverse range of artists from across the musical spectrum. We welcome back Hessle Audio main man Ben UFO as well as Avalon Emerson, old friend and bad man selector Eats Everything, gospel house father and daughter duo Floorplan, Haai, Honey Dijon, Kornel Kovacs, Classic Music Company don Luke Solomun, Detroit digger Mike Servito, Milo Spykers, Octo Octa, Peach Discs boss Shanti Celeste, and Ejeca completes phase 2 of the first day’s event.
Moving on to day 2 and Sunday will feature a legion of techno titans and top of that bill is Cocoon boss and all round legend Sven Vath. The Frankfurt character will be joined by close friends and main room mainstays Ben Sims, Kink (live), Perc, Green Velvet,Regal, Rebuke and Serbian leading lady Tijana T. Aiding and abetting on the tougher stages will be Parisian artist Airod and Carlota.
As well as presenting the many shades of techno day 2 at Terminal V 2021 will also be home to all manner of selector specialists including Chicago lynchpin Derrick Carter, Moxie, Eli Brown, Hammer, Prok | Fitch, and Solardo.
As an added bonus, there are also some double weekend appearances for a handful of acts,playing both the Saturday and Sunday, including Terminal V favourite, Hamburg’s Helena Hauff alongsideweekend appearances from Scotland’s very own Stephen Brown and Frazi.er + more TBA.
The artist announcements most definitely do not stop there, with another 25 names to be announced to this sprawling event later this year. Just make sure that you do not sleep on the tickets for this monstrous event as they will not hang around for long.
October will see Social Avenue continue but with new Covid regulations starting this weekend
Manchester’s Social Avenue continues to lead the way in safe but atmospheric socially distanced partying with the news of their full September and October schedule. Playing over the next few weeks at Trafford Park will be the likes of Patrick Topping, Solardo, Yousef, Josh Butler B2B Bontan, Mr Scruff, Norman Jay MBE, Enzo Siragusa, Darius Syrossian, Steve Lawler, Alan Fitzpatrick, Kreature and East End Dubs amongst many more.
Word has now spread nationwide about Social Avenue, which has set a benchmark for socially distant but hugely enjoyable days and nights out. Each event finds you set up with your social bubble at your own table, while a world class ‘Void Tri Motion’ sound system supplies the sounds. On-site bars are all fully stocked and there is a wealth of delicious street food, and further entertainment comes from cameo areas where you can set up the perfect social media selfie shot, all while saying at a safe distance. Of course, one-way systems will be in place in toilet areas, bars and around the site to keep you safe, and face masks and coverings are advised, with sanitiser stations available throughout the site.
Musically the next few months are mouthwatering once again, with Hit & Run kicking off on September 25th with Bou & Randall B2B Chimpo for all your cutting edge d&b needs. The following evening, Circus Recordings are in town with head honcho Yousef, plus a special back to back between Josh Butler and Bontan. Sunday brings a wealth of legends in for La Discothèque with the deep digging vinyl obsessive Mr Scruff, funk and soul great Norman Jay MBE, plus local house and techno heroes James Holroyd and Krysko.
In October there will be trio of big names all playing two consecutive nights each, with Trick founder Patrick Topping on October 3rd and 4th, Manchester’s Solardo, who run their own Sola on October 10th and 11th and Jamie Jones bring his years of house know how over two dates on October 17th and 18th. As well as this, on the 2nd, Kaluki serve up a sensation tech house sound track from Fuse founder Enzo Siragusa and Rossi, Moxy Muzik returns once more on the 16th with the aways on form Darius Syrossian and Lauren Lo Sung, then for more edgy house thrills, Viva Warriors and Steve Lawler headline on October 23rd, and there is then a Do Not Sleep double header as the much loved Ibiza crew bring techno mainstay Alan Fitzpatrick and Kreature on the 24th and rolling dub tech and minimal men East End Dubs, Chris Stussy and Ray Mono on the 25th.
Friday 25th September – Hit & Run w/ Bou & Randall B2B Chimpo
Saturday 26th September – Circus Recordings w/ Yousef, Josh Butler B2B Bontan, James Organ
Sunday 27th September – La Discothèque w/ Mr Scruff, Norman Jay MBE, James Holroyd, Krysko
Friday 2nd October – Kaluki w/ Enzo Siragusa, Rossi
October 3rd & 4th – Patrick Topping
October 10th & 11th – Solardo
Friday 16th October – Moxy Muzik w/ Darius Syrossian, Lauren Lo Sung
Friday 23rd October – Viva Warriors w/ Steve Lawler
Saturday 24th October – Do Not Sleep w/ Alan Fitzpatrick, Kreature
Sunday 25th October – Do Not Sleep w/ East End Dubs, Chris Stussy, Ray Mono
Electronic Labor Day and Beatport ReConnect present ‘For Beirut’
ELD, Beatport and the international electronic music community join forces to raise funds to rebuild Beirut
Headliners includeAndhim, Amelie Lens, Blond:ish, Carl Cox, Danny Howard, Dennis Ferrer, Derrick May, Kölsch, Luciano, Pete Tong, Roger Sanchez, Skream, Umek and many many more…
On September 13, 40 days of mourning, after the tragic and horrific blast that shook the Lebanese capital, Beirut,Electronic Labor Day (ELD), Beatport ReConnect, together with the international electronic music community, will join forces through the ‘For Beirut’ initiative. As international DJs from around the world spared no time in getting in touch with their friends and partners in Beirut, delivering messages of solidarity and support.
‘For Beirut’ is an initiative geared towards raising funds to support Lebanon and its people, after the fourth biggest explosion in history shook Beirut on August 4, 2020. Alongside the material damage estimated at over USD 15 billion, the livelihood of thousands of individuals and families has been diminished. Thousands have been left without homes, as parts of the city have been erased.
The electronic music fundraiser will begin at 01:58PM EEST (Beirut time) on Sunday, with a moment of silence, marking the timing of the blast, after 40 days of mourning. The minute of silence is in honor of nearly 200 victims who have lost their lives, others still buried under rubble, and all those who have been injured by the blast. The DJ sets will ensue at 2PM EEST (Beirut time) ending at 2AM EEST.
Around 100 international artists will play their sets as the stream will be broadcast across multiple rooms. Headliners includeAndhim, Amelie Lens, Blond:ish, Carl Cox, Danny Howard, Dennis Ferrer, Derrick May, Kölsch, Luciano, Pete Tong, Roger Sanchez, Skream, Umek and many many more…
Funds will be distributed to three initiatives that have been leading the relief efforts:
Beirut Emergency Fund: a coalition of Lebanese diaspora organisations, LebNet, LIFE, SEAL, Jamhour Alumni (US/Europe) and Kuwait-America Foundation, are focusing on supporting non-profit, non-governmental organisations that are working to meet the humanitarian needs among vulnerable populations impacted by the explosion in Lebanon. These include shelter, food, medical supplies, physical and mental health, as well as mitigating any environmental damage.
Impact Lebanon who are raising funds for ongoing relief efforts through their Disaster Relief for Beirut Explosion initiative with a rigorous NGO vetting process. The most important selection criteria for the NGOs is that they are apolitical and non-sectarian, are registered and recognised, have ongoing initiatives to address the crisis and have passed an audit test.
Bebw’shebbek now dedicated to rebuilding the doors and windows of homes that have been impacted by the explosion through a volunteering team of experts. They have already undertaken 500 homes, with a goal to fix 150 homes every month and the ultimate objective to repair 3,000 homes.
This is the second edition of Electronic Labor Day (ELD), the first taking place in May 2020, to support the nightlife non-managerial personnel who have been deeply impacted by the repercussions of COVID-19.
Beatport’s ReConnect series has been running since March and has raised over $350,000 for charities, and amassed more than 35,000,000 views.
We Are FSTVL is delighted to announce it’s brand new COVID safe event series We Are 500, taking place over 5 weeks at Damnys Hall Aerodrome from September 5th – October 4th 2020.
500 guests ✔️ 5 weeks ✔️ Massive outdoor main stage ✔️ The world’s biggest DJs ✔️ Pods of 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 people on spacious tables with umbrellas ✔️ Only 500 tickets per show! ✔️ VIP table bookings available.
Kicking off week 1 in style the opening party see’s sets from WAF favourites GW Harrison, Jess Bays, Low Steppa and Sam Divine on the Saturday whilst the Sunday sees a techno take over from Loco Dice and wAFF.
Week 2 opens up with Chase & Status, Rage and Sammy Virgi with Patrick Topping & guests taking over the Sunday. Week 3 continues on the d’n b vibe with festival favourite Andy c and Harriet Jaxxon whilst the Solardo boys will be tearing it up on Sunday. More lineup coming soon.