Winter Music Conference (WMC), one of the biggest conferences in the electronic music industry, is finally back, and is set to take place virtually in May of this year. Many events that were set to take place in 2021 have either had to be postponed or moved to a digital platform, and the Winter Music Conference is one event that has
2010 was marked in the electronic music scene by the global emergence of yet another Swedish talent. Whether as Tim Berg with 'Seek Bromance', or as a mysterious Avicii with stellar tracks like 'My Feelings For You', that year came to the forefront with a new sound characterised by euphoria and contagious melodies. On its 10th birthday, We Rave You
Miami Music Week (MMW) is starting to get interesting with the yearly Winter Music Conference (WMC) still recovering from the shocking news of Eric Prydz' Miami cancellations, Armin van Buuren has come to the rescue. On the State of Trance panel, the Dutch icon took the mic to talk about his future plans: his upcoming album release date and the ASOT 1000 episode.
It's nearly March, which means much of the dance music industry is off to Miami to indulge in a week of networking and partying for Miami Music Week, Ultra, the Winter Music Conference, and the International Dance Music Awards, better known as the IDMAs. The IDMA nominees have now been released, and it's a veritable smorgasbord of everything that had
With Ultra's marquee event less than 48 hours away, all eyes are on Miami. Despite this, the franchise still has other things on their plate at the moment. According to a press conference held in the Florida city on Wednesday, the mega-festival has acquired Miami's Winter Music Conference (WMC), and will also expand its reach to include China in its worldwide festival
Without a doubt one of the most hotly anticipated sets of the Miami music week, deadmau5 B2B Eric Prydz did not disappoint one bit for fans of the progressive house masters. Featuring a blend of the hits from both producers as well as a number of IDs for good measure, our ears were blessed with some top notch prog house,