As 2013 drew to a close, the fans of Lights All Night found themselves gathering early for a pre-New Year’s celebration. With New Year’s Eve falling on Tuesday, the crew at LAN moved the fest back to the Dallas Convention Center
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On December 21st, we teamed up with our friends at Urbanears and Stadium Red to ring in the holidays in epic fashion. We invited all of our friends, colleagues and industry cronies to join elektro readers on the top floor of Pacha NYC, known as Pachita, for our annual holiday party. Each guest that arrived was quic
Lee Burridge tore up Public Works in SF recently. For three hours he spun a mix of new songs and old classics to his devoted West Coast fan base. One of our favorite tracks he played that you should go check out was Acid Pauli’s remix of Adana Twins' rework of the Doors “Strange
Photos by Ralphio Louis.
On Friday, November 8th, Adventure Club brought their high-octane 'Superheroes Anonymous Tour' to New York City's Webster Hall. Joined by some equally energetic friends, DVBBS, DallasK, and Hunter Seigel, this Girls & Boys party was one of the most memorable ones in recent history
Photos courtesy of Al Powers, PowersImagery.com
Las Vegas may be one of America’s most recent dance capitals, but when it comes to luring spectacular talent and putting on unforgettable parties, perhaps nobody does it quite like Marquee. Last weekend, Marquee played host to techno pioneer Richi
Last Wednesday we had the opportunity to witness big fish Sander van Doorn perform in Sirius XM’s Electric Aquarium. Fans of Sander gathered around the glass aquarium as the Sirius XM host began to interview van Doorn on upcoming releases and ADE
The Groove Cruise set sail from LA on Setpember 27th, with a star-studded lineup on board. Artists including Chuckie, TJR, Fedde Le Grand, LA Riots, Markus Schulz, Sydney Blu, Funkagenda, and Anthony Atalla, just to name a few, had this packed cruise partying for three days of dancing
Photo: Warren Whitmore courtesy of RPM Presents.
Celebrating its second year in New York City this past Friday and Saturday, Size in the Park Day 2 took over Rumsey Playfield with the likes of Tim Mason, Trent Cantrelle, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, and of course Size Record’s very own Steve Angello. Living
Photos by M.Davey
Detroit got a special dose of electro house this past weekend. The city usually known for its groovier techno scene remained true to their genre-welcoming openness and saw stars like Calvin Harris and Flux Pavillion bring down the house. The hea
When it comes to live sets, some artists struggle to stay relevant or innovative while still staying true to their roots. From clubs to festivals to arena shows, we continue to hear talk of commercialized and unoriginal sets