Jeff Mills has just arrived at workspace located on the east side of Tokyo to do a final check on his ‘Planets The Celestial Body Installation’ that he will debut in Japan at the end of the month as a part of the Tokyo Dance Music Event 2017, which is returning to Shibuya for its sophomore edition from November 30th – December 2nd.
Ricardo Villalobos is a gift to dance music that keeps on giving. He's provided the world with hours and hours of mindblowing sounds, his DJ sets are consistently triumphs, and on the rare occasions that we get an insight into the man behind the music it's usually an enthralling experience.
Epizode founder talks throwing a festival in Vietnam, this year's immense expansion & what to expect
Epizode debuted last year as a visionary two-week long equatorial-musical adventure outfitted with three elaborately designed stages, a line-up boasting over 100 international acts with 21 hours of daily programming and offered revelers a sublime slice of utopia that left us with tropical dreams injected with a heavy dose of house and techno. With the second iteration just around the corner, this year looks immensely different from its inaugural edition in that it sees the line-up go from acts lesser known to the region to some of the industry's biggest players, many of whom will be making a very rare appearance in Asia. Âme, Carl Cox, Marcel Dettmann, Nicole Moudaber, Guti and Mathew Johnson, Luciano, Chris Liebing, Dixon, Loco Dice, Dubfire, Luciano and Pan-Pot will all head to Vietnam for the hedonistic house and techno festival by the sea. Berlin based underground electronic music brand HYTE has also announced that it will host a stage at the sophomore edition of the festival and it brings with them even more heavyweights like Minus label boss Richie Hawtin, Peggy Gou, wAFF, Bambounou, Roustam and Yaya and still that doesn't bring us to half of the total acts that will play over the 10-day festival.
From the utterly hilarious to the ghoulish and creepy, the spectrum of Halloween costumes knows no bounds. Each year an assortment of creative DJs get in on the action by becoming a new character or sometimes an object. Here Mixmag has compiled a collection of some of our favorites.
Over the past year, some incredible new clubs have opened all over the world, from intimate, members-only venues to vast former industrial spaces and even a brand-new Ibiza superclub. Welcome to The World’s Best New Clubs, Part One.