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Steve Angello's Size Matters Tour
Steve Angello and his Swedish House Mafia comrades have redefined the the way we all see electronic musicians. Having reached a pinnacle of success that only few in the music genre have, their music and fame is still growing in the U.S. After one of the most successful events in South Beach history (One Night Stand at The Masquerade Motel),...
Digweed Plays Movement
Just as in art, politics, or any major sport at that, electronic music has their fair share of living legends that have pioneered sounds that will last a lifetime. While the music genre may not stack up in  this category like classical music or the blues, names like Carl Cox, Frankie Knuckles and Paul Oakenfold will always hold represent...
10 DJs To Watch Before You Croak!
Let's face it, if you're not a fan of electronic music, then the following ten names aren't going to mean much to you. The electronic music genre has enough artists to easily fill a directory the size of the Yellow Pages, but if you're not too familiar with them, we've decided to put together a list of the top 10 DJs that you must catch before...
Knight Returns to the Terrace
When Mark Knight first brought his Toolroom Knights sound to Club Space in Miami - before he even set foot into their legendary Terrace booth - we knew that this would be a match made in heaven. We figured the crowd that frequents the dance music mecca would fall in love with the American DJ-producer's style of play, and sure enough they did....
DJ-Duo Returns to Mansion This Month
When Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano were announced to play Mansion's Saturday night weekly event, "Other Play House We Play Mansion," we were a bit hesitant at first. Although they did have somewhat of a following in the U.S., we're always used to the Washington Ave. venue to bring in names like David Guetta, Carl Cox, and Paul van...
Steve Angello Comes to LIV Friday
Soaring vocals, heavy bass, and screaming legions of fans. That pretty much sums up what a Steve Angello set is like. The first time we caught him in Miami at Mansion, we knew his style of play was ahead of the curve, but exactly what commercial dance fans in the U.S. needed to reel them into the other sounds that the massive genre has to offer....
Gareth Emery at The Loft
While you may be used to getting a heavy dose of techno at Space's infamous Techno Loft, things might be a bit different for you this Saturday night as they bring in one of the youngest DJs to crack the top ten. So far the Techno Loft has seen some of the biggest names in the tech genre play, but it's a bit of a curveball when you book someone...
Interview with Nic Fanciulli
Ask any prominent DJ-producer in dance music and they'll tell you, there's little to no chance of really climbing the charts if you don't have any production work under your belt. Not just production work, but successful production work. Nic Fanciulli was one of the last few artists that made a name for himself in the dance genre solely through...
LIV Brings Axwell on Saturday
House music fans all over the nation are extremely thrilled at the resurgence of the music genre in the U.S. While many point to the crossover the genre's had, due in part to names like David Guetta and Swedish House Mafia, the production at these events is just as  responsible for the spike in popularity. Fans of dance music stateside are...
LIV Presents Fedde Le Grand Tomorrow!
If you've ever "Put Your Hands Up for Detroit," then you should be well aware of who Fedde Le Grand is. The Dutch DJ-producer's profile sky-rocketed once his infamous track came out in 2006, but since he's been releasing highly touted music as well as touring the world's biggest and best club. Stateside he's always been a big name,...
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