Less than a month before he arrives in the country.
Good Life, the world’s largest under-18s music festival, returns with a DJ-heavy lineup in 2015, including big names such as Swedish producer Avicii, Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Will Sparks, Timmy Trumpet and Joel Fletcher. Live acts included on the bill include Aussie hip hop act Bliss N Eso and pop star Havana Brown. Future Music 2015
Drake, The Prodigy and many more!
The annual DJ Mag Top 100 DJ list, as voted by EDM fans, has just been released, with Dutch DJ and producer, and recent visitor to Australia, Hardwell scoring the top position for a second consecutive year. In 2013 Hardwell became the youngest-ever winner of the award, taking the crown from five-time winner Armin Van
EDM festival TomorrowWorld has announced the first set of artists to grace it’s 2014 USA lineup, which will include headlining performances for huge electronic music stars like Avicii, David Guetta, Diplo, Kaskade, Skrillex and Tiesto. Adding to this sterling roster, the festival will also feature Bassnectar, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Martin Garrix, Nicky Romero,
Canadian producer Deadmau5 took the stage to replace Avicii for Saturday’s closing set at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival and, true to form, the progressive-house DJ approached his set with a little bit of trademark humour, poking fun at fellow producers Martin Garrix and his hospitalised colleague Avicii. The fun began when Deadmau5 took to Twitter
Music identification service Shazam have released their annual list of star predictions for 2014, with the media company revealling that it expects Dutch DJ Martin Garrix, actress Lucy Hale, and Australia’s own singer-songwriter Vance Joy to make it big in the New Year. Also on the company’s list is Los Angeles-based performer Banks, Island Jam
Good Life Festival 2014 brings you deadmau5, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Hardwell, and more!
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