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• Ultra Music Festival Phase 2
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While Miami is most notorious for the madness that occurs every March for WMC and Ultra Music Festival, thousands of art and music lovers from across the world converge in the beginning of December for Art Basel. We kicked things off in style last night at our weekly Slap & Tickle party at the beloved Electric Pickle with LA’s Rick Rude, and are gearing up for a massive evening tomorrow night at one of Miami’s newest venues, The Garage. The rising UK duo Bondax will be preforming an exclusive Art Basel set alongside Body High label boss Samo Sound Boy. The best part about this event is that its FREE, as long as you head over to the Slap & Tickle page and send us your names before 6pm tomorrow. To get you in the mood, check out the latest Slap & Tickle promo mix.
This coming weekend marks the fourth year that the Electric Zoo Festival will take over Randall’s Island in New York and we can’ t wait! Featuring three days of amazing music and your favorite artists as well as great green initiatives and a fantastic mobile app, this festival promises endless fun and an experience you’re definitely not gonna want to miss. We at Gotta Dance Dirty have compiled our guide to the festival including our artist picks, thoughts on the app, and our top choices for after parties below. Keep an eye out for GDD’s own Burn Unit & Olyvia, who wrote this handy guide up for you, and if you’re wearing GDD merch they just might have some stickers for you. Check it all out after the jump… – Olyvia
This weekend, Summer Set Music and Festival will be taking place in Somerset, Wisconsin. With an absolutely massive lineup (pictured above) spanning across multiple genres, it is set to be an event for the books and we’re giving you the chance to win a pair of tickets (2 pairs/1 pair per winner) for a most enjoyable festival weekend.
It’s an age-old illness of the mind. Once the clock strikes March, there’s only one thing on our minds here at GDD™ and that one thing never seems to disappoint. We’re talkin’ MIAMI. This year Troy Kurtz, jonahberry, BONES, and burn unit made their way down to the Magic City for Electronic Music’s annual non-vacation vacation. Here’s some of the best of what we caught during the week. Continue Reading
LDN The Together Winter Music Festival is set to take place in London at the end of next month, with Alexandra Palace playing host to two mammoth nights of EDM. Curated by Lock n Load (the guys behind South-West Four), the festival has been split down the middle: Friday for Bass culture, and Saturday for house and electro. The lineup for each day is huge, with Chase & Status headlining the Friday, and Eric Prydz playing his last EPIC show of the year on the Saturday, here’s a full rundown:
Friday 25th November – Day 1: Chase & Status • Nero • Skrillex • Knife Party • Zane Lowe • Camo & Krooked • Ms Dynamite • Mistajam • Dj Fresh • Jaguar Skills • Modestep • Feed Me • Joker • Gemini • Friction • Yasmin • Union • Flux Pavillon • Doctor P • Funtcase • Roksonix • S.P.Y • dBridge + More TBA
Saturday 26th November – Day 2: EPIC (Eric Prydz In Concert) • John Digweed • Pete Tong • Sander Van Doorn • Simian Mobile Disco • Sebastien Leger • Chris Lake • Jeremy Olander • Death In Vegas • Vitalic • Fake Blood • Fenech Soler • Sebastian • Maya Jane Coles • Alex Metric • Grum • Russ Chimes • Starsmith • John Dahlback • The Japanese Popstars • Mark Fanciulli • The Glimmers • Utah Saints • Reset! • Hot City • Burns • Monarchy + More TBA
This time…. WAVES = RAVES. Wet Electric 2011 – The largest & loudest pool party is coming back home to SoCal @ Wild Rivers waterpark. Think festival noise, waterslides, bikinis, 18+, fill in the blank. WOW.
Friday, September 30th, two stages, 25 world class DJ’s, full-service bars, plush cabanas, vip areas, waterslides, wave pools, lazy river and thousands of beautiful party people. This will be the ultimate closing party of the summer, and the final event that ever takes place at Wild Rivers, as this is their final season before they shutdown forever!
August bank holiday weekend is always a highlight in a music savvy Londoner’s diary. It’s the one weekend in the summer where the capital takes its partying to new levels with Notting Hill Carnival, and a host of other events scattered around the city. For South-West London, the weekend is now known for the annual SW4 Festival, an integral massive in the dance music calendar boasting an impressive lineup across two days. We were there last Sunday to check it out.
On Sunday we were treated to a fantastic gig from Moby as London’s month long iTunes Festival drew to a close. Camden’s Roundhouse was packed to the rafters with special guests and competition winners being treated to a really intimate show that lasted almost 2 hours. Moby ripped through a set that included hits ‘Natural Blues’, ‘Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?’, ‘Honey’, and the mighty ‘Porcelain’, while also showcasing a handful tracks from his new Destroyed record such as ‘Be The One’, ‘Sevastopol’, and ‘Lie Down In Darkness’. If you haven’t already heard Destroyed, I think it’s his most impressive work since 2002′s 18 album and one of the best records I’ve heard this year.
Sunday proved not only that Moby’s one of the most prolific songwriters and electronic producers of our age, but also that unlike so many musicians, his live shows are even more monumental than his studio work – His band were really tight, and the female vocalist who joined him had a sensational voice. Overall a great gig to be at, and you can stream the whole thing for free from iTunes here.
Special thanks to the guys at Isklar for having us along.