Flume has teased a collaboration with Gorillaz mastermind Damon Albarn in a new video shared to social media channels.
Alison Wonderland has confirmed a new album for 2022, although details of the forthcoming outing are thin on the ground at the time of writing.
The Australian-born EDM DJ, producer, and singer let followers know they could expect a full-length release next year via Twitter:
A new Daft Punk book, 'After Daft', has been announced, exploring the iconic duo's 28-year legacy, and wider cultural impact.
Steve Aoki has designed a £3,050 watch for luxury manufacturer Bulgari, which he says is "made for raves".
News of the collaboration broke in an interview Bloomberg, including details of the watch's Superluminova dial that lights up, a feature the American EDM DJ and entrepreneur suggests is “perfect for waving around at your next festival in lieu of a glow stick."
Tomorrowland's organisers are feeling "very positive" about the their 2021 real world events following the Belgian government's announcement that large scale, outdoor festivals can restart from 13th August, for crowds of up to 75,000.
Avicii’s ‘Levels’ has been ranked No. 1 in Tomorrowland’s Top 1000 festival tracks, for a second year running.
Decided by worldwide public vote, the results have formed daily playlists of 100 tracks each, broadcast on the Belgian event's own One World Radio. Launched in 2019, this edition of the Tomorrowland Top 1000 saw Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Moguai's 'Mammoth' rank at number two, for the third consecutive time.
Several clubs in Germany hosted “drive-in raves” last week as a way of circumventing lockdown restrictions.
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