Tag: electronic music

  • EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Triple-Threat DJ Colette’s “When the Music’s Loud” Tour Comes to Vegas

    EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Triple-Threat DJ Colette’s “When the Music’s Loud” Tour Comes to Vegas

    Sometimes there’s a singer. Sometimes there’s a DJ. Sometimes there’s a singer with a DJ or a DJ that sings on their own productions in the studio. But how often do you see a DJ that’s also the live singer at the same time? A rare triple threat in the form of the legendary Colette will step…


  • Brunch with a Beat: Sundays are for House Music at 18bin

    Brunch with a Beat: Sundays are for House Music at 18bin

    Tired of Kenny G elevator jazz wannabes or bad acoustic cover songs while trying to day-drink bottomless mimosas? The weekly Sunday soirée at 18bin in the Las Vegas Arts District is a welcome alternative to basic brunches thanks to its groovy vibes and grownup atmosphere. For the March 19 installment of House Music Brunch, guest…


  • Let’s Talk About Deep Tech

    Let’s Talk About Deep Tech

    Oh, genre labels. Love them or hate them, some heads live and die by discerning the subtle differences assigned to descriptors. Whether it be to break it down on Beatport charts, cultivate a Spotify playlist, decipher which festival stages have certain vibes, or even to be the ultimate electronic music nerd to win friends and…


  • What Can We Learn from Ultra Europe’s Undercard?

    What Can We Learn from Ultra Europe’s Undercard?

    A grip of superstar DJs expectedly adorns the top of the flyer for Ultra Europe 2022 July 8-10 in Split, Croatia. However, when perusing those smaller logos on the lineup, numerous artists could be unfamiliar to a majority of audiences in America. Examined parallel to the flagship Ultra Music Festival in Miami during Miami Music…


  • DJ/producer Serge Devant embarks on album tour

    Receiving kudos and support from industry heavyweights such as Tiësto, Pete Tong and Carl Cox, native Russian Serge Devant chats about his first artist album, his Soundgarden remix and why he doesn’t play trance. Wanderer was released in June. How did you decide which vocalists to work with? I went and researched the tracks that…


  • Karl Hyde of Underworld

    Vegas is the band’s first stop on this tour and you haven’t played here in about 10 years. What are your expectations? Our point is to put something unique on. We’re live and the stage show is improvised. It’s a new, bigger production than shows that we’ve brought out in the past. Lots of live…


  • Rabbit in the Moon’s David Christophere

    “A lot of people say you have to be there to feel it,” says David Christophere, aka T. Confucius of Rabbit in the Moon. “Sometimes things like that are hard to describe with words.” For the thousands who have experienced the electronic group’s live show since the early ’90s, RITM is something to see and…


  • Svast differences: Chicago export Thom Svast finds hope in the city of sin

    You just relocated from Chicago. Why Vegas? For the first time in my 15 years of doing music … I think Las Vegas is really starting to accept underground music more. … My management company is also here, Calamity of Noise. But isn’t Chicago still a great place for electronic dance music? It’s changed ……


  • Getting more than we bargained for from electroclash DJ/producer Larry Tee

    How’d you come up with your trademarked term “electroclash”? I was really into a lot of the groups that were happening at the time, like Fischerspooner, W.I.T. and Peaches. I was gonna do a festival to try and bring more attention to them because I just loved them. So I needed a name for the…


  • Cheese-free music, now with less la-la? A candid interview with Paul van Dyk

    Memorial Day weekend. Las Vegas. Famed German producer/DJ Paul van Dyk. ’Nuff said. What can we look forward to hearing from you on May 24 when you headline the Love Festival at the Palms? I’m always really energetic with what I do, so it’s going to be full-on. The other thing is that I have…


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