Music Icons Respond To The Passing Of David Bowie

If you look on Facebook this morning – hell, the Internet – all you see is an outpouring of love for the iconic artist David Bowie. The man redefined musicality over the course of his career, and his legacy is one that will not soon be forgotten.

Music icons around the world mourn his loss, paying tribute to him in their own personal ways.

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Steve Angello Talks Life Before Swedish House Mafia, Boring EDM & More

Steve Angello has long been an iconic name in dance music. Steve’s influence in both his personal career and with Swedish House Mafia has reached all corners of the globe and now is a staple brand in electronic music. Whether you enjoy his music or not, his insights into the growth and boom of the industry is undeniable as he was at the front of the EDM boom that swept North America a few years ago.

In a 1 on 1 chat with Pete Tong, Steve Angello discusses the differences of the European, American and Asia-Pacific markets and how each scene requires different marketing and music to find success. While Asia-Pacific is the topic of the conversation, Steve and Pete talk about how Swedish House Mafia came to fruition and why their brand became such an international sensation. When commenting on the Asian market, Steve stated:

“I think a lot of people are afraid to come to the region and do shows, but from experience, I think this has the biggest potential in the world ” Steve Angello

With the Asia-Pacific market just starting to take off, it is obvious that EDM’s global takeover is still healthy and underway. Check out the intimate interview below:

Photo Credit: Rukes

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Second Phase Of Movement Detroit Lineup Announced

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Memorial Day weekend is expected to bring a crowd of over 100,000 people to the city of Detroit. Not so that they can come together to commemorate fallen war heroes, but so they can come together to get down and dance to some of the biggest names in EDM. After announcing phase 1 of the lineup back in December 2013, Movement Detroit has finally released its second phase to the public. With phase 1 including artists such as Carl Cox, Pete Tong and Richie Hawtin, phase 2 is jam packed full of great artists guaranteed to appease this years festival attendees. Phase 2 includes names such as Boys Noize, Flosstradamus, Baauer and Just Blaze just to name a few (for a full list look below). Movement is Detroit’s longest running electronic music festival. Like last year, it will be held in Detroit’s Hart Plaza. You can obtain ticket information by clicking here

Full Phase 2 Lineup: Adriatique, Andrés, Baauer, Bicep, Bonobo (DJ Set), Boys Noize, Claude VonStroke, Daniel Avery (live), Dantiez Saunderson, DBX (live), DJ Godfather b2b DJ Zebo; feat. MC Flipside, DJ Snake, Ed Rush & Optical, Flosstradamus, Function (live), Golf Clap, Green Velvet, Jamie xx, Jacques Greene (live), Jimmy Edgar, John Digweed, Julio Bashmore, Just Blaze, Kevin Reynolds (live), Kevin Saunderson, Kode9, Konkrete Jungle Detroit, Maceo Plex, Malik Alston (live), Marco Carola, Martin Buttrich (live), Michael Mayer, Moon Boots, Move D, Niko Marks (live), Orphx (live), Oscar Mulero, Perseus, RiFF RAFF, Robert Hood (live), Ryan Hemsworth, Tiga, tINI, Tourist (live), Voices from the Lake (live)

And incased you missed it… Full Phase 1 Lineup: Action Bronson, Adam X – live, Altstadt Echo, Anthony “Shake” Shakir, Black Asteroid (live), BMG, Brian Sanhaji (live), Carl Cox, Carl Craig, Chris Liebing, Damian Lazarus, Delano Smith, Dixon, DJ 3000, DJ Hyperactive, DJ Minx, DJ Psycho, DJ Sneak, Donor, DTM 2×4 DJ Seoul & T. Linder, Dustin Zahn, Eddie Fowlkes, Escort (live), Jamie Jones, Jeff Mills, Justin Martin, Keith Kemp, Kenny Larkin, Loco Dice, Los Hermanos (live), Luis Flores, Marques Wyatt, Metro Area (live), Miguel Migs, Mike Huckaby, Monoloc, Octave One (live), Pete Tong, Project 313 (live), Raíz, Richie Hawtin, Sean Deason, Simian Mobile Disco, Stacey “Hotwaxx” Hale, Stacey Pullen, Tale of Us, Terrence Dixon, The Martinez Brothers, Zeitgeber (Speedy J & Lucy)

For more information go on Movement Detroit’s Official Website

EDM Podcasts & Mixtapes Weekend Roundup Vol. 25

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Here is this week’s list of events and festivals that just around the corner. Here we have compiled a list that includes mixtapes and podcasts by Walshy Fire, Morgan Page, Flosstradamus and many more. Also make sure to find the special SAVOY album stream at the bottom.
 
 

Walshy Fire BBC Radio 1Xtra Major Lazer Mix



 
 

Morgan Page – In The Air – Episode 186



 
 

Afrojack presents JACKED Radio – Week 02 (2014)


 
 

Flosstradamus Banned 3D


 
 

Armin van Buuren – “A State Of Trance 648″


Armin van Buuren – "A State Of Trance 648" by Maxmuzik on Mixcloud

 
 

Markus Schulz – “Global DJ Broadcast January 16 2014″



 
 

Myon & Shane 54 – “International Departures Episode 215″



 
 

The Hot List with Aruna – “EP 057″



 
 

Moonbeam – Club Mix (January 2014)



 
 

Max Graham @CyclesRadio 143



 
 

Nina Kraviz at Awakenings New Years Day 01-01-2014


 
 

Tritonal – “Enhanced Sessions 226″



 
 

Anjunabeats Worldwide 364 – “Ost & Meyer”



 
 

Tiesto – “Club Life Episode 354″ (Guest Jeremy Olander)



 
 

Pete Tong // “The Essential Selection – CLMD, Cristoph & Booka Shade”



 
 

Hardwell – “On Air 149″



 
 

Above & Beyond – “Group Therapy 061″ (Max Graham Guest Mix)



 
 

Martin Garrix – UMF Radio – 10-01-2014


 
 

Laidback Luke b2b Gina Turner – Live @ Holy Ship (Miami)


 
 

Steve Angello – BBC Radio1 Residency


 
 

SAVOY – Self Predator


EDM Podcasts & Mixtapes Weekend Roundup Vol. 24

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Here is this week’s list of events and festivals that just around the corner. Here we have compiled a list that includes mixtapes and podcasts by Modestep, Armin van Buuren, W&W, Tritonal, Myon and Shane 54, Max Graham, Kolsch, Pete Tong and many more. Also make sure to find the 2 special bonuses at the bottom. Enjoy!
 
 

Armin van Buuren – ASOT 647


 
 

Modestep – Best of Dubstep 2013 Mix



 
 

W&W – “Mainstage 188″



 
 

Tritonal – “Enhanced Sessions 225″



 
 

Myon & Shane 54 – “International Departures Episode 214″



 
 

Max Graham @CyclesRadio 142 (Throwback Episode)



 
 

Essential Mix – “Kolsch” (2014-01-04)



 
 

Pete Tong // “The Essential Selection – Pete’s Essential New Tunes of 2013″



 
 

Tiesto – “Club Life Episode 353″



 
 

Tiesto – “Club Life Episode 352″ (Best of 2013 Special)



 
 

Guy J – Featured artist2013 (Proton radio)



 
 

Dinka Mixtape I (January 2014)


 
 

Avicii – Kiss New Year Mix (Kiss 100)


 
 

Morgan Page – In The Air – Best of 2013



 
 

OWSLA After Dark Part 10: Alex Metric


 
 

The Borgore Show on SiriusXM – Episode 13 w/ guest mix by gLAdiator (11.10.13)


 
 

Markus Schulz – “Global DJ Broadcast January 09 2014″ (Live from Sunburn Festival in Goa)



 
 

Exmag: Proportions (Full Album)



 
 

Corsten’s Countdown New Year’s Special 2013 – Part 1 [December 30, 2013]


 
 

The Lazy Rich Show 010 (21 October 2010) Feat. Porter Robinson



 
 

D!RTY AUD!O – Dirty Podcast Vol. 7 (w/ Party Favor Guest Mix)



 
 

BONUS: Armin van Buuren presents Armind – Best Of 2013 Mini mix


 
 

BONUS: LAZER STRIKES BACK VOL. 6 – THE LAST CHAPTER


Pete Tong Awarded MBE For ‘Services To Music Broadcasting’

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It goes without saying, but Pete Tong is one of Britain’s most recognized DJs in Britain and across the world. Pete Tong’s Full Frequency Range Records and Essential Selection program that airs on BBC Radio 1 have helped him reaching worldwide fame.

Queen Elizabeth will recognize Pete Tong and award him the Member of the British Empire (MBE) for his works as a member of the music and broadcasting industry. Congratulations Pete Tong!

Pete Tong 600x418 Pete Tong Awarded MBE For Services To Music Broadcasting