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Madness. Pure un-adulterated debauchery. You’ve heard good music before, but none like what Parov Stelar has to offer. They know that, the people of Europe know that, and now after watching their 40-minute tour documentary, I know that. It’s like a wormhole was opened up after a successful séance and the spirit and soul of the roaring twenties came ripping to the front of the stage. Combine that with modern dance culture and a melting pot of amazing vibes ruminates throughout the different venues. It’s not easy, putting on a Parov Stelar show. There’s three piece bands, five piece bands, and then there are the seven members that comprise Parov Stelar’s band. It’s unlike anything you’ve ever heard, in the best way possible. It’s unique, in a nostalgic sort of way. Not that you know what the roaring twenties were like, but one can certainly understand the explosion of individualism in modern terms, and that’s what makes the sound so exciting. Continue Reading

What’s good Dirty Dancers? With the summer just around the corner, we’ve taken the liberty to put together a guide amassing Europe’s best EDM festivals, for your perusal. The guide will be easily accessible and on the right hand side of the blog all summer. We’ll be keeping it updated as fresh names are added to each bill.

So without further ado, European festival season kicks off after the jump…

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What’s good dirty dancers?! Right now, I’m en route to Belgium, for what promises to be a ripper of a weekend ahead. This Saturday marks the 15th anniversary of the famed I Love Techno, taking place in Gent, and we’re going to be bringing you coverage of the event. If you’re based in Continental Europe, there’s only one place you should be this weekend, tickets are still available for 50 Euros a pop, well worthy of the mind blowing lineup.

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