DEADMAU5 To Headline Ultra Music Festival

DEADMAU5 To Headline Ultra Music Festival

[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] Deadmau5 will appear at ULTRA MUSIC FESTIVAL in support of his critically-acclaimed album > album title goes here < (Ultra Music), which is nominated for a GRAMMY Award in the “Best Electronica/Dance Album” category. Upon its release this past fall, the album debuted on Billboard charts at #6 on the Top 200, #1 on the Dance/Electronic Album chart, #2 on the Independent album chart and #5 on the

DAVE CLARKE Headlines Fabric London For New Years Eve.

DAVE CLARKE Headlines Fabric London For New Years Eve.

[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] New Year’s Eve is rapidly approaching and plans are swiftly rising to the top. London club Fabric brewed something special for those who want the last of 2012 to be scattered with flashes of techno brilliance. In Room Two, a techno battle will roll out of the speakers and onto the dance floor between globally revered headliner Dave Clarke, who is rounding off another sterling year of playing

Hammarica.com Daily DJ Interview: Diamond Pistols

Hammarica.com Daily DJ Interview: Diamond Pistols

[wp_ad_camp_2] Fabricated in the Pacific Northwest, Bass Music’s new prodigy has arrived – Diamond Pistols. Under the explosive moniker, Christian Dold made his initial mark with two heavily blogged and downloaded giveaways, earning him the attention of Excision, Datsik, Run DMT, Helicopter Showdown, and Downlink, on the short list. 2013 kicks off with a debut EP on Datsik’s Firepower Records. Whiskey Pete’s new Switchblade Recordings also sees a remix of Kill City’s

Hammarica.com Daily DJ Interview: Seattle’s Favorite Devlin Jenkins!

Hammarica.com Daily DJ Interview: Seattle’s Favorite Devlin Jenkins!

[wp_ad_camp_2] Originating from Chicago, but relocated to Seattle, he is one of Seattle’s long time favorites bringing the best of house and hip hop to all the local clubs. Always supportive of local talent someone with a true love for music, give a warm welcome to DEVLIN JENKINS! [wp_ad_camp_1] You are a DJ originally from Chicago. As we all know, Chicago is the birth place of house music. Were you

Hammarica.com Daily DJ Interview: Electro House Hero Haezer

Hammarica.com Daily DJ Interview: Electro House Hero Haezer

[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] As one of the top exports of the SA electonic dance scene, voted 4th best South African DJ by DJMAG, Haezer has established himself as a leader in the bass heavy electro genre which has gained wide spread popularity in dance clubs around the world. With his maxim ‘Commercial Music is Dead’ Haezer has traversed the world promoting the underground and being a part of the wheel that

Ferry Corsten feat. Betsie Larkin – Not Coming Down

Ferry Corsten feat. Betsie Larkin – Not Coming Down

[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] Dutchman Ferry Corsten reveals another pearl taken from his most recent and successful studio album WKND. His new single Not Coming Down, featuring the breath-taking vocals by the lovely Betsie Larkin from New York, has been hailed on online forums as an immaculate, annihilating ballad and that’s exactly what it is. Betsie Larkin is no stranger when it comes to delivering powerful vocals for artists in the trance

Hammarica.com Daily DJ Interview: Dubstep Sensation Cyberoptics

Hammarica.com Daily DJ Interview: Dubstep Sensation Cyberoptics

[wp_ad_camp_2] A young producer taking the dubstep world by storm, at age 19 Alex Epps aka Cyberoptics first made his big smash into the scene with his release “Geisha” on PLAY ME Records. Released in May of 2010, Geisha climbed to number 1 on Beatport.com and held it’s place in the top 5 for over a month, battling producers such as Borgore and Doctor P. [wp_ad_camp_1] What did it take

Review: Maya Jane Coles – Easier To Find

Review: Maya Jane Coles – Easier To Find

[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] Easier to hide is the latest release from London deep house sensation Maya Jane Coles on her brand new label I Am Me, Featuring the much awaited tracks she premiered on her essential mix in 2011, Easier to hide contains four genuinely deep and soulful tunes which blend the worlds of underground warehouse music and the deep house, carried by Maya’s classy vocals. The title track was named