51st State has lined up Masters At Work, Derrick May, Soul Clap, Derrick Carter, and a host of other quality names for the fourth edition of the house, tech, afro, dancehall, disco, and dub festival. Taking place on Saturday 4th August at London's Trent Country Park, the aforementioned will be joined by faces such as Dimitri From Paris, Body & Soul (Francois K, Joe Claussell, Danny Krivit), Todd Terry, Todd Edwards, Trevor Nelson, Mr Vegas, Norman Jay, and John Morales.
Hï Ibiza has confirmed 2018's Glitterbox season, the venue's Friday night session dedicated to 21st Century disco and general glam antics, which kicks off on 1st June and will run weekly through to 28th September. DJ Harvey, Groove Armada, Cassius, Derrick Carter, Armand Van Helden, DJ Sneak, Heller & Farley, Dimitri From Paris, Honey Dijon, The 2 Bears, Horse Meat Disco, Nightmares On Wax, and Late Night Tuff Guy are all set to appear as guests.
Ultra Miami has released archive footage from the first ever edition of the event, which was held back in 1999. It was a year when the Euro arrived as currency, NATO began airstrikes against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 'Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace' hit cinemas, and, Stateside, electronic music remained the freakish pursuit of a rare few heathens, a far cry from the multi-million dollar, headliner-packed industry it has become.
@PRisUs@SmugJourno#PRFail is basically an insight into why many journalists need to get a grip. “I don’t even write about maternity clothing.” If you’re that busy stop wasting your time and mine tweeting to complain about a press release wasting your time.
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