Nina Kraviz Tag

Clone Distribution ends collaboration with Trip Recordings, due to Nina Kraviz's stance on the war in Ukraine, explaining that ‘this is not the moral behaviour and energy we want to represent or be associated with’ Earlier this month the Rotterdam-based company Clone Distribution ended its agreement with Trip Recordings, with which it had been working for a few years, due to

What can be more exciting than a great track? A colossal remix, especially when the heavyweights release revamped versions of each other's singles. Deep sound legendary maestro Solomun has delivered a majestic rendition of Nina Kraviz's latest release 'Skyscrapers'. This club-focused rendition is out now via Nina's imprint Nina Kraviz Music. Nina and Solomun's friendship goes back many years and has

After the massive success of the recently concluded Exit Festival, which spanned 4 days with 200,000+ visitors and 20 stages, the all-in-one exotic experience will now be available in Bulgaria starting from 29th July onwards through the SUNLAND festival. Aimed at spreading the message of harmony through the power of music, the SUNLAND festival experience comes to Bulgaria for the first time

Nina Kraviz, Russian DJ, music producer and singer, has released a number of exclusive tracks in celebration of the official and highly anticipated launch of Cyberpunk 2077, a polarizing video game featuring a futuristic and cyberpunk world where societies are made up of a fusion of humans, robots and technologies. Kraviz’s hypnotic DJ set includes 5 tracks entitled ‘Delirium’, ‘My Lullaby

Adam Beyer, the Swedish techno don and Drumcode Records head, caught everyone's eyes as he delivered a spectacular debut set in Lyon, France at Théâtre antique de Lugdunum (Ancient Theatre of Fourvièreon) on Monday in collaboration with Cercle. Cercle, which is a French event management company, is known for organizing events in very special locations across and beyond Europe. To

The aim of the game is to stay on top and Manchester's iconic festival proved its worth delivering an absolute beauty of a weekend. With Parklife Festival returning once again to Heaton Park for their yearly summer season proceedings, it was no surprise that tickets sold out right before the opening day of the city's most talked about music event. 80,000 guests

Rarely is it that Manchester encounters such techno prowess throughout its bustling hub and rich musical industry but The Warehouse Project's 29th event of their busy calendar proved otherwise. As the weekend arrived last Friday evening The Warehouse Project had prepared another techno outing with a line-up that was more than capable of quenching the thirst of the thousands in attendance.