Creamfields Ibiza takes place on Saturday 5 August 2017 as part of BBC Radio 1’s Ibiza weekend.
The event is hosted at Privilege, the world’s biggest club, and will include performances by Above & Beyond, Don Diablo, High Contrast, Kolsch, Shadow Child, Steve Aoki and Yotto.
For this season Privilege has undergone refurbishment including the installation of a new dancefloor as well as a new sound system.
Other artists appearing include B. Traits, Charlie Sloth, Danny Howard and Goldie with more to be announced in the coming weeks.
Tickets are available from:
More information via: http://www.cream.co.uk, http://www.facebook.com/creamibixa or http://www.privilegeibiza.com.
Ten of the best tracks around at the moment as chosen by TheEDMBlog:
- Orsa – From Whence We Came (Perplexity Music)
- Dirty South ft. ANIMA – I Swear (Dirty South remix) (Anjunabeats)
- Jerome Isma-Ae & Alastor – Wilde (JEE Productions)
- Sonny Noto – Fluteria (Black Lizard Recordings)
- Riton – Money (Lagos VIP remix) (Ministry of Sound)
- Archive X – Drink The Water (Dr Kucho club mix) (LoEx Music)
- John Bounce – Future (Future Soundz)
- Brendan Mills – Play Me (Buffalo Beats)
- Ruslan Radriges & Cari – Follow The Sun (Statement! Recordings)
- Alexander Popov & LR – Clarity (Armada Music)
A good month for music.
The track by Orsa is stunning.
Fluteria, Money and Drink The Water are great fun.
And the Alexander Popov is a wonderful piece of trance.
Enjoy the music!
Swedish electronic music producer Vanity In Mind has reworked Beethoven’s classic Moonlight Sonata.
His previous tracks have included a fresh take on the theme from Game Of Thrones and Opus Balearica which was released on Massive Trance Records in 2016.
Vanity In Mind’s new version of Beethoven’s well-known work comes in an original mix as well as a chillout remix.
You can hear the track via the Vanity In Mind website and it will be released on La Isla Blanca Recordings on 7 June 2017.
The Lapsed Clubber Heritage Map project aims to create a truly interactive map of the Manchester clubbing scene.
Led by Dr Beate Peter, a social researcher at Manchester Metropolitan University, the project will be launched at a special event at 70 Oxford Street on 10 June.
Lapsed clubbers will be able to write text or record audio clips reminiscing about the music, fashion, clubs, bars and friendships created over the decade 1985-1995. These will be merged with existing musical artefacts held by the Manchester District Music Archive to create a fully interactive map of the clubbing landscape of the era.
Following reunions of famous club nights Havok, Megadog and Herbal Tea Party, Dr Peter believes there is an appetite among lapsed clubbers to tell their story and dispel popular misconceptions about rave.
“We are all familiar with the Hacienda and terms like Acid House and Madchester but little is known about the people on the dancefloors as they had no platform to share their experiences at the time,” she says.
“This map will celebrate the community at the heart of that scene and what it is like to grow up and grow old with rave culture in Manchester. It will help reshape public opinion as well as be a lasting historial document of an important phase in modern British cultural history.”
The completed map will be revealed during the Manchester Histories Festival in 2018.
Follow the project on Twitter @LapsedClubber
Armin van Buuren has described Farius as a “rising star” in the progressive trance scene.
His new track – Jouska – is yet more evidence this is definitely the case.
Farius’ previous record – Sweet Deception – was awarded Mixmag Tune Of The Month status and the new one has also got to be a contender.
According to the Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows, jouska means a hypothetical conversation that you compulsively play out in your heard – a crisp analysis, a cathartic dialogue, a devastating comeback – which serves as a kind of psychological batting cage where you can connect more deeply with people than in the small ball of everyday life, which is a frustratingly cautious game of change-up pitches, sacrifice bunts and intentional walks.
Jouska is released by Delirium Recordings and is available now on Beatport.
Above & Beyond are to play one of the biggest events of their career at London’s O2 Arena on Saturday 4 November 2017.
Following their 2016 Acoustic tour – which visited venues including the Royal Albert Hall, the Hollywood Bowl and Sydney Opera House – the O2 event will be the only DJ performance by the trio in London in 2017.
“We still have fond memories of our first London gig to 200 people on a Thursday night at Turnmills so to be on stage where we’re taking on the O2 is a proper pinch yourself moment. And there’s always something extra special about playing to your hometown crowd,” commented Above & Beyond.
Tickets for the event will be available via gigsandtours.com from 09.00 on Friday 26 May 2017.
Above & Beyond’s latest single – Alright Now – is out now on Spotify, iTunes and other outlets.
Clubbing institution Cream are celebrating their 25th anniversary with a special Weekender event.
The Cream 25 Weekender will take place from 1-3 December 2017 at Butlin’s in Minehead, Somerset.
The 3 day celebration will feature performances from Cream legends including Paul Oakenfold, Paul van Dyk, Faithless, Graeme Park, Jeremy Healy, Judge Jules, K-Klass, Seb Fontaine and many more.
Tickets are now on sale and start from £185 per person.
For more information visit: http://weekender.cream.co.uk/