Tomorrowland 2023 unveils a huge lineup of more than 600 artists

The 17th edition of Tomorrowland in Belgium promises to be a musical extravaganza with over 600 electronic music artists set to perform across 14 stages over the weekends. The festival, which takes place from July 21-23 and July 28-30, will host a group of famous acts from various genres in electronic dance music, including AfrojackAnd Armin Van BurenAnd Dimitri Vegas and Like MikeAnd Eric BridsAnd Martin GarrixAnd Tiestoand much more. Tomorrowland promises to cater to all music lovers with its impressively diverse lineup, featuring a mix of established and upcoming…

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Thomas Bangalter drops a new single from his upcoming album

Thomas Bangalter, ex assholehe released the first track from his long awaited solo album ‘Mythologies’. “L’Accouchement” is performed by the Orchester National Bordeaux Aquitaine and conducted by Romain Dumas. The album was released in 2019 as part of a ballet collaboration between choreographer Angéline Brillucage and the Opéra National de Bordeaux. With a full symphony orchestra, “L’Accouchement” showcases the rising strings over the course of five minutes and 43 seconds. “Mythologies” will be released worldwide April 7th through Erato/Warner Classics in CD, vinyl and digital formats. This is Bangalter’s first…

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DJ pulled decks by bouncers in Edinburgh

An incident occurred at an Edinburgh rave on January 14, during which a DJ was removed from the stage by security while he was performing. DJ Azyr, who hails from Blackpool, was playing a techno group in Liquid Rooms when he started jumping decks. Despite the bouncer’s efforts to bring him down, DJ continues to perform before being chased into the crowd by the bouncer. The incident was caused by a topless DJ performing on stage which was not well received by the bouncers. The DJ was pulled off the…

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Illegal rave for 6 days in a Spanish village with the support of the local sheriff

Illegal rave rocks spanish village locals join in! Photo: EFE via AP An illegal rave that lasted for six days and attracted 5,000 people took place in the small village of La Peza, in Spain over the New Year period, according to a guardian. La Pisa has a population of just 1,200, which had nearly quintuple when “by Saturday we had 6,000,” according to Fernando Alvarez, the mayor of La Pisa. La Peza is located in the southern region of Granada, Spain, within the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.…

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Famous singer Maxi Jazz has died at the age of 65

Famous singer Maxi Jazz has died at the age of 65 Online writing: “We are sad to say that Maxi Jazz passed away last night. He was a man who changed our lives in so many ways. He gave meaning and a proper message to our music. “He was also a lovely human being who had time for everyone and a wisdom that was deep and accessible. It was an honor and of course to work with him.” “He was a brilliant lyricist, DJ, Buddhist, great stage presence, car lover,…

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MDMA can be used legally to treat PTSD

MDMA and Psilocybin have been shown to help treat mental health, MDMA can be provided in hospitals in the United States of America from 2024 for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder and depression, and a recent trial has found that it is an effective treatment for people suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. In this new medical trial, 90 patients with post-traumatic stress disorder were given a placebo, 80 mg, […]

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A new report claims the UK government is undervaluing club culture

NTIA and AFEM once again highlight the importance of electronic music and club culture to the UK government. New joint report by Night Industries Association (NTIA) f Electronic Music Association (AFEM) claims that the UK government is undervaluing club culture. the report It shows that the nightlife culture economy accounts for £36.4 billion annually, or 1.6% of GDP. It also accounts for 425,000 jobs across the UK. The joint report also says that club culture’s contribution to the UK economy “far exceeds” the revenue it generates. The report also discusses…

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New standard store opens on canal boat

Unique digging opportunity if any! A new floating disc shop has opened on a restored boat on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, sweetheart rubber records. The new innovative record store, which also has a café, specializes in second-hand electronic versions. They currently have a library of 2,000 records. Rubber Ducky Records is located between Leeds and Manchester. However, the owner Miles Greenwood She plans to take the boat across the country through the canal waterways in the UK. What a wonderful and unique idea! Greenwood, founded sweetheart rubber records 15…

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