Faethoms – Hypernautics

Malaa – Contagious (Mercer Remix)

LXXK & Umru Enlist Your Help In Being A Good “Samaritan”

DJ Nika drops episode 21 of his ‘Feel This’ radio show

Some of the greatest shows in his career have been the Webster Hall, New York’s longest running and busiest nightclub, the NYC Dance Parade in Manhattan, Le Souk, Pacha and Marquee. Now, DJ Nika releases his newest episode of the acclaimed ‘Feel This’ mix series, so you can listen to the world class DJ from anywhere.

Born and raised in NYC, he became involved within the scene as a young adult and then began DJing. His main influence is the buzzing nightlife of NYC and the feeling of making a crowd dance to your set, alongside a passion for new music.

His own productions also make an appearance in his sets. 2016s ‘Awakening’ released via Housepital Records was a huge track and shows his great ability to create dancefloor originals alongside his untouchable DJ sets. With a real passion for music, DJ Nika is still touring regularly but finds time to create the ‘Feel This’ series for his fans all over the world.

Nika is known around the world as one of the DJ’s who makes incredible mixing look effortless. He is a one-man show, and his multi genre sets get people travelling from far and wide to witness him perform. Episode 22 is no different to one of these legendary live sets, and contains some incredible new material from himself, alongside industry giants Deadmau5, Headhunterz and many more. Be sure to check it out and show Nika some love, and don’t miss out on seeing him at a venue near you if you have the chance.

Heerhorst – Pandora Ep

It’s time for the 8th release on Subdimension Records, and it comes by Heerhorst, who presents us “Pandora Ep”.

Formerly know as “Fukkk Offf”, and released on many cool electronic music labels, the Hamburg based artist will lead you to a journey into the deep techno realms, with three tracks influenced by his recognizable electronic style: “Pandora”, “Fluff” and “Catacomb”. Those are three tracks for the late night sets, soaked with vicious synth riffs, moody atmospheres and banging grooves. Enjoy and don’t forget to let us know what you think about this great ep.

Dekova & Wess Are Bringing You That “S.W.A.G”

Styline – High As Hell

Ultra Music Festival Wraps 2017, Announces Twentieth Anniversary dates in 2018

A SOLD OUT ULTRA MUSIC FESTIVAL® saw the stars come out in force this past weekend at Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami. Future, Louis Tomlinson, Alessia Cara, Kygo, 2 Chainz and Lil Jon were just a few of the surprise performers that stunned 165,000 attendees from over 60 countries.

ULTRA LIVE’s record breaking 26-hour live stream, presented by UMFTV (produced by NOMOBO) and sponsored by Guitar Center and Paramount Pictures’ and DreamWorks Pictures’ ‘Ghost in the Shell’, attracted over 7.5 million viewers from around the world. In a revolutionary move for live electronic music broadcasting, Hardwell‘s set on Sunday afternoon was streamed in 360° for the first time ever at an ULTRA event, giving the viewer a fully immersive interactive experience.

What’s more, for the first time in the history of UMFTV the Ultra Music Festival Main Stage was captured in 4K resolution, with the sets available to stream on YouTube the very next day. Within a few days the sets have accumulated over 6.2 million views, bringing the total reach of the broadcast to over 14.1 million people and counting.

For the fourth consecutive year, Ultra Music Festival became the #1 trending topic on social media, with a staggering 42+ million mentions across all platforms – becoming the most tweeted about electronic music event in history.

UMF Radio also broke its record from last year, transmitting the event to millions of fans across 51 networks in 34 countries, cementing Ultra Music Festival’s position as the most broadcasted music event in electronic music history.

The gigantic Main Stage provided another year of unrivalled sound, dazzling pyrotechnics and LED displays throughout the weekend with Major Lazer, Axwell ^ Ingrosso and DJ Snake closing the festival on each night.

A$AP Ferg, Cypress Hill, Ice Cube, Chase and Status, The Prodigy and Underworld were among the world-class performers on the Live Stage across the weekend. French superstar duo Justice brought the US debut of their new live show to close the stage on Sunday, combining live instrumentation with futuristic lighting and production that transformed the amphitheatre.

The RESISTANCE Carl Cox Megastructure brought a substantial dose of house and techno to the weekend, with Cox closing the festival himself on Friday and Saturday as well as playing a special back-to-back set early on Saturday afternoon with Nic Fanciulli. In one of the highlights of the weekend, Saturday night also saw the first Sasha and John Digweed performance in the U.S. since Ultra Music Festival in 2010. On Sunday Armin van Buuren closed out the Megastructure in customary style, following euphoric sets from his A State Of Trance label mates.

The world-famous RESISTANCE Arcadia SPIDER played home to a range of world beating house and techno artists and unique pyrotechnics, presenting a fully immersive and unique experience with the DJ levitating above the crowd, as Maceo Plex, Adam Beyer and Jamie Jones B2B Seth Troxler closed the stage on each night. The stage broadcast, powered by BE-AT.TV, was live streamed via YouTube at youtube.com/BeAtTvChannel.

The Ultra Worldwide stage saw closing sets from Datsik, Nicky Romero and GTA throughout the weekend, while the UMF Radio Stage was commandeered by seminal labels: Mad Decent, OSWLAand Jacked on each day of the festival.

Finally, and with the safest, most successful edition of the festival now at a close, Miami Police released figures showing arrests to be down by almost 50% from the previous year, continuing a trend that has been steadily decreasing since 2013.

Ray Martinez, Chief of Security at Ultra Music Festival said: “The safety of our patrons, crew, artists and our local citizenry has always been our primary focus. There is no question, that we possess the know-how, resources and most importantly, an absolute commitment in responsibly producing the greatest music festival in the world which is hosted annually by beautiful downtown Miami.”

Ultra Music Festival 2018 takes place on March 23, 24, 25 2018 and is an 18 + event

ULTRA MUSIC FESTIVAL WRAPS YEAR NINETEEN, EYES LANDMARK TWENTIETH EDITION IN 2018

A SOLD OUT ULTRA MUSIC FESTIVAL® saw the stars come out in force this past weekend at Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami. Future, Louis Tomlinson, Alessia Cara, Kygo, 2 Chainz and Lil Jon were just a few of the surprise performers that stunned 165,000 attendees from over 60 countries.

ULTRA LIVE’s record breaking 26-hour live stream, presented by UMFTV (produced by NOMOBO) and sponsored by Guitar Center and Paramount Pictures’ and DreamWorks Pictures’ ‘Ghost in the Shell’, attracted over 7.5 million viewers from around the world. In a revolutionary move for live electronic music broadcasting, Hardwell‘s set on Sunday afternoon was streamed in 360° for the first time ever at an ULTRA event, giving the viewer a fully immersive interactive experience.

What’s more, for the first time in the history of UMFTV the Ultra Music Festival Main Stage was captured in 4K resolution, with the sets available to stream on YouTube the very next day. Within a few days the sets have accumulated over 6.2 million views, bringing the total reach of the broadcast to over 14.1 million people and counting.

For the fourth consecutive year, Ultra Music Festival became the #1 trending topic on social media, with a staggering 42+ million mentions across all platforms – becoming the most tweeted about electronic music event in history.

UMF Radio also broke its record from last year, transmitting the event to millions of fans across 51 networks in 34 countries, cementing Ultra Music Festival’s position as the most broadcasted music event in electronic music history.

The gigantic Main Stage provided another year of unrivalled sound, dazzling pyrotechnics and LED displays throughout the weekend with Major Lazer, Axwell ^ Ingrosso and DJ Snake closing the festival on each night.

A$AP Ferg, Cypress Hill, Ice Cube, Chase and Status, The Prodigy and Underworld were among the world-class performers on the Live Stage across the weekend. French superstar duo Justice brought the US debut of their new live show to close the stage on Sunday, combining live instrumentation with futuristic lighting and production that transformed the amphitheatre.

The RESISTANCE Carl Cox Megastructure brought a substantial dose of house and techno to the weekend, with Cox closing the festival himself on Friday and Saturday as well as playing a special back-to-back set early on Saturday afternoon with Nic Fanciulli. In one of the highlights of the weekend, Saturday night also saw the first Sasha and John Digweed performance in the U.S. since Ultra Music Festival in 2010. On Sunday Armin van Buuren closed out the Megastructure in customary style, following euphoric sets from his A State Of Trance label mates.

The world-famous RESISTANCE Arcadia SPIDER played home to a range of world beating house and techno artists and unique pyrotechnics, presenting a fully immersive and unique experience with the DJ levitating above the crowd, as Maceo Plex, Adam Beyer and Jamie Jones B2B Seth Troxler closed the stage on each night. The stage broadcast, powered by BE-AT.TV, was live streamed via YouTube at youtube.com/BeAtTvChannel.

The Ultra Worldwide stage saw closing sets from Datsik, Nicky Romero and GTA throughout the weekend, while the UMF Radio Stage was commandeered by seminal labels: Mad Decent, OSWLA and Jacked on each day of the festival.

Finally, and with the safest, most successful edition of the festival now at a close, Miami Police released figures showing arrests to be down by almost 50% from the previous year, continuing a trend that has been steadily decreasing since 2013.

Ray Martinez, Chief of Security at Ultra Music Festival said: “The safety of our patrons, crew, artists and our local citizenry has always been our primary focus. There is no question, that we possess the know-how, resources and most importantly, an absolute commitment in responsibly producing the greatest music festival in the world which is hosted annually by beautiful downtown Miami.”

Ultra Music Festival 2018 takes place on March 23, 24, 25 2018 and is an 18 + event.

Circus Records’ Yokomono releases “Argrabah” & “Coolin”

Yokomono joins the Circus family with a great two-track outing that sets the scene for things to come. The three man team is no stranger to the bass scene, but their identity is a mystery for now.

Both tracks are the quality craftsmanship of seasoned professionals with all the bells and whistles you’d come to expect, from the ethereal ethnic vibe of “Agrabah” to the rolling beats of “Coolin.” These tracks were handpicked from Circus Records’ head honcho Flux Pavilion, expect quality, integrity and down right bassiness!