Create your own remix of Eligh + Amp Live’s new track “What’s In A Name” and you could end up on Eligh + Amp Live’s next release. In addition to having their remix included on the next Eligh + Amp Live remix album “Therapy After 3″, the contest winner will be decked out with a prize pack including music and autographed merch. And as a bonus, SoundCloud will hook them up with a free year long Pro subscription. See below for details:
Burning Man starts tomorrow, which means a whole lot of people doing a whole lot of dancing out in the desert. What was once known mainly as a hippy festival has become a hot gig for international DJs covering the range of electronic dance music. With soundsystems running all night-long (and all day too), there’s far to many DJs to list. So here’s URB’s picks for the DJs we’d like to see at Burning Man 2011. If anyone has a spare ticket to the sold out event, give us a shout. …MORE
Steve Angello Announces Summer Size Matters Events Around the World
Fans of the Swedish House Mafia have a special treat in store for them as Steve Angello and his Size Recordings imprint take over Governor’s Island on August 20th, 2011. It’s a all part of the Size Matters incentive to take that infectious big room sound outside of the confines of a traditional club environment and to the great outdoors.
Steve Angello will be turning the entire Governor’s Island into his own Size Matters playground for eight hours! Reachable only by ferry, fans will truly be transported to a unique environment created for them by Steve Angello. Early Bird tickets went on sale June 14 and sold out in less that one hour! Don’t get shut out — tickets are …
Capping off a busy weekend that including a headlining stint at SoCal massive rave Beyond Wonderland and a sold out show at Hollywood’s Henry Fonda Theater, Groove Armada decided to host a free intimate gathering at the newly opened W Hotel in Hollywood. Word was spread via a few select email lists and tastemakers, that is until the duo announced the “secret” show on KCRW the morning of March 22. A flood of RSVPs came in from loyal fans not willing to drive to San Bernadino or shut out of the sold out show. Yet despite the drama, this showcase of both the immense talent of Groove Armada and the new center of Hollywood, remained an intimate affair.