Carl Cox says the illegal scene is thriving during the coronavirus crisis because there is still no timeline on clubs and festivals reopening.
He said that while he could understand the frustration, illegal partying is not the answer.
“These illegal parties are basically done out of frustration. Just done out of showing it’s our right
The origins of the Half Wild name were born from the idea we are all just animals. Creatures not only of the night, but of a beautiful planet we cohabitate with millions of other living species. In keeping with this original theme, Half Wild is excited and proud to announce an initiative to directly benefit
For the past three years the incredible team here at Half Wild have been building a platform purpose built for electronic music culture. From the outset, our vision was to create a thriving platform that connected fans with industry and provided creatives and creative businesses a new source of digital income that wasn’t tied to
In student years, time is critically not enough. You have to have time to study, earn extra money, fall in love, go on dates and, of course, attend music festivals that give a lot of positive emotions.
So while studying at the institute, the ability to manage your time is almost more important than in
It might not be the space-bound rave with TomorrowWorld that was joked about on April Fool’s this year, but a Tesla rave space might actually be happening at their new factory in Berlin. Elon Musk tweeted out a rendering of the new factory yesterday morning.
When a follower asked, “May we see the rave cave
On September 9 the legendary Berghain nightclub will open its doors to the public for the first time since March.
Visitors will be able to view an exhibition featuring 85 Berlin-based artists including Wolfgang Tillmans, Sandra Mujinga, Tacita Dean, Christine Sun Kim, Shirin Sabahi and Olafur Eliasson. Find out more about this exhibition here.
Credit: The Vinyl Factory
The modern electronic scene has come a long way since its fascinating beginnings, which were heavily influenced by the colourful “beat culture” of the 90s. The evolution of hip-hop and electronic music throughout the era has now been etched into a book called Bedroom Beats & B-sides: Instrumental Hip Hop &
SoundCloud has introduced AI mastering to their music and sound sharing platform. The new mastering feature is powered by Dolby and features four different types of mastering options for different tonal results. Mastering costs $4.99 per track or you get three free tracks per month as part of a SoundCloud Pro Unlimited subscription, costing $3.99
Photo by Owain Morgan
Imagine yourself walking in London with a mixture of ambient, jazz, filled with warm and contemplative vibes. Welcome to the world of Tomos.
This week we are joined by London based recording artist Tomos, a newcomer to the chillout scene with a beautiful new EP entitled “Count The Seconds,” coming out
While it has been joked about for quite a while that Tiesto would be returning to trance music, the DJ and producer has officially announced his new alias VER:WEST, which will be his new trance music alias.
Tiesto released on July 17th his new single “5 Seconds Before Sunrise” through Musical Freedom’s sub-label AFTR:HRS.
It’s easy to state that the economic impact of COVID-19 on the music industry has been massive. But just how massive? A new report from Viberate examines the wide-reaching effects of the virus on music festival season and where it’s hit the hardest.
Festivals around the world have all equally felt the effect of COVID-19.
The massive festival Rave Family Block Fest had a huge line-up with over 850 artists and 65 stages. The whole theme bordered on being a meme, and alas, so it was. Although the aspiration was admirable, the poor communication between attendees and organization along with the major technical problems forced the event to “postpone” once more.
Rave Family Block