Over the last 5 years, Jeff Retro has been showing the dance floors of Las Vegas exactly what it means to feel the music. A Florida native, Retro has quickly made a name for himself. In such a short time, Retro has held residencies in some of the top Las Vegas nightclubs including now being the local resident of Hakkasan Las Vegas Nightclub.
Head banging, unmistakable locks at large and fist in the air, Tommy Trash is not your stereotypical DJ. Armed with an arsenal of his own carefully created anthems, he has rejected the clean-shaven no-nonsense image of many a peer. Tommy Trash’s work hard play hard antics have carved him a unique position in a scene in desperate need of rebels. Outside his party-hard stage presence, the Grammy and VMA nominated producer’s approach to mind-blowing music remains as heartfelt as they come. With Platinum records around the world, singles on labels ranging from Axtone to Fool’s Gold, from Refune to Mau5trap, and from Spinnin’ to Owsla and Boys Noize, he has collaborated with renowned producers such as A-Trak, Digitalism, Sebastian Ingrosso and Wolfgang Gartner, and made remixes for artists such as Deadmau5, Empire of the Sun, Swedish House Mafia and many more. His largest and most successful track to date, "The End" has also caught the attention of some of the most accomplished DJs which consequently allowed him to rise to international fame.From the most prestigious nightspots around the globe and the ever-expanding global festivals that he so seamlessly conquers to the grimiest warehouse parties, there’s no stage too grand or minuscule for him to tailor his adrenaline-fueled sets to.
Tired by the commercial side of the EDM community, three guys wanted to bring back the realness of making dance music, with influences from all the genres in this world. BROHUG was born. Formed by two brothers and a friend from Sweden, the DJ/producer trio is on a mission to shake up the EDM scene with funky house beats, and distinctive bootlegs, remixes and mashups. Combined with their unique sound, complex productions and the mystique BROHUG brings something new. Having already gained huge support from the biggest names in the business such as DJ Snake, Diplo, Tchami, Oliver Helden, Kaskade, to name a few, their name has gone sky high in a short time.
Often called the iciest DJ in the world, Carnage is best known for his electronica/dubstep style. Having first plied his craft in his bedroom, Carnage had his first big break in 2012, when his trap remix of club classic, “Spaceman” by Hardwell, became one of the most played tracks at festivals that summer. He then went on to prove he wasn’t going to be a one hit wonder when one of his beats was used on the collaborative party anthem “Big Spender”, which was recorded by rappers and fashionistas, A$AP Rocky and Theophilous London. He then decided to produce for more underground rappers G-Eazy, and Fool’s Gold artist Katie Got Bandz. Nowadays, the hip-hop- inflected sound of trap is no longer a world apart from that of big-room club noise. Trap/EDM has become a staple of mainstream clubs and music festivals around the world with Carnage being at the heart of it.
If you're a fan of coffee it's likely you've already heard about The Coffee Academics, Hong Kong's pioneer in creating quality coffee. Roastery Lab is the new concept created by The Coffee Academics and Hong Kong's newest "hole in the wall" café, set to open this July.
Veuve Clicquot is bringing back "Yellow Hour", a partnership with Hong Kong's Restaurants and Bars with the "Clicquot With a Sticq" series. From now until 15 October, the series brings together champagne and mouthwatering creations on skewers from a range of different cultures.
Newly-opened Fang Fang has already made a name for itself in terms of gourmet Asian fare, including the stunning Asian-inspired cocktail programme. To take things a step further, Fang Fang is presenting it's new Evening Sessions that showcase the flavours and spirits of 5 Asian cities: Shanghai, Seoul, Shibuya, Singapore and Hong Kong - one city for each weekday.
ULTRA China has dropped the Phase One lineup for its debut edition in Shanghai on September 9-10, 2017.
Canadian electric music duo Zeds Dead (aka DC, and Hooks) is confirmed to be one of the performers at Creamfields 2017. Get to know the group so you know what to expect at Creamfields.
Thailand's pioneering, sustainable, cross-cultural festival famed for its celebration of music and the arts returns for its fourth year this December 14-17. Built on the six pillars of Arts, Music, Family, Farm to Feasts, Talks & Workshops and Wellness & Adventures, music, visual and culinary marvels, and unique activities for all ages will be available at the festival.