No Sugar Added will once again land in Miami for a weekend of day-long partying and dance music excellence at Nikki Beach. Stage sponsors have recently been announced and Musical Freedom, Ministry of Sound, Defected, Music On, and Dancing Astronaut will each host staged teeming with talented producers. The full lineup, which spans across two days and six stages includes headliners such as Dennis Ferrer, Marco Carola, Arty, and Michael Woods, among others. Jump below the break for the lineup in full and don’t forget to purchase tickets here.
The Stafford Brothers and Dancing Astronaut present Something Big Episode #007 featuring Thomas Gold
Now in its 7th episode, the Stafford Brothers’ Something Big radioshow has featured guest mixes from some of the biggest producers in dance music today. Episode 7, proudly presented by Dancing Astronaut, takes you behind the scenes and into the studio with our Essential Mix of the Year winner, Thomas Gold. Thomas gives us insight into his collaborations and his approach to production, all while spinning the tracks that have defined his career thus far. From Dirty South and Deniz Koyu’s “Halo” to Benny Benassi and Pink is Punk’s latest “Ghost,” Thomas and the Australian duo mix a collection of tracks that have defined the dance music conversation in the past few months. Listen below and click past the break for the full tracklist.
No Sugar Added announces stage sponsors featuring Music On, Defected, Ministry of Sound, Musical Freedom and Dancing Astronaut
The No Sugar Added beach festival at Nikki Beach during Miami Music Week has been THE South Beach day-event destination since its inception 3 years ago. Spanning 2 days and 6 stages, the festival will boast over 40 DJs with sets starting at noon and continuing throughout the day and night until 5am. Dancing Astronaut is pleased to announce our very own stage at the iconic event, alongside legendary brands like Ministry of Sound, Musical Freedom, Defected and Music On. We can’t divulge our plans for talent just yet, but we’ve already got some Dancing Astronaut favorites lined up – including a couple surprises.
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Submit your original production to mau5trap’s ‘We Are Friends’ compilation, get featured on Dancing Astronaut
Last year mau5trap introduced the ‘We Are Friends’ compilation, a collection of tracks from friends of the label that was well-received by fans and the industry alike. This time mau5trap is opening it up, allowing one lucky producer to have their track featured on the compilation alongside some of the biggest names in dance music. Starting today, aspiring producers are urged to submit their original productions via Soundcloud to mau5trap for thorough investigation.
The competition closes on February 15th and on February 22nd the top 10 finalists will be selected by mau5trap based on production quality, label suitability and potential artist development. On March 11th, deadmau5 himself will announce the grand prize winner who will go on to have their production featured on the mau5trap compilation, receive full social media support from mau5trap, and then sit down for an interview with Dancing Astronaut.
Full details after the break.
Want to meet the Dancing Astronaut crew and celebrate the holidays with the finest in dance music? Dancing Astronaut will be holding its annual holiday party this Thursday at Cocktail Bodega Underground in New York City. We’ll be giving one of our readers a pair of tickets for the holiday bash – and Grey Goose will be sponsoring an open bar between 11PM-1AM. Jump past the break for your chance to win! (more…)Posted by
Halloween is just around the corner, and that means it’s time to start planning your costumes. We at Dancing Astronaut would like to see your best rendition of a Dancing Astronaut this year, and we know that our incredibly creative fans will be able to bring our logo to life.
Of course we’ve got killer prizes for the contest too. One grand prize winner will win a pair of the brand-new AKG by Tiesto K267 headphones, and two other winners will each win a pair of the K167s. For information on how to enter, keep reading below.
We’re back with the latest installment of Dancing Astronaut’s Axis! This week we’re bringing you Denmark’s number one ranked DJ, Morten Breum, a name that you’ll probably be seeing a lot more stateside in the coming months. He has several huge tracks coming out in the next few months including his dual effort with BetatraXx on “Get Static” and a massive collaboration with Axwell. His mix for the 19th episode of Axis is packed full of exclusive previews and unreleased tracks. Listen to Morten’s fantastic mix below and click after the break for the full tracklisting.
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For those of you who are unfamiliar, GLOWfest is an tour that brings the latest in music, technology, and philanthropic knowledge to college campuses nationwide. In past years, the tour has hosted the likes of Avicii, Pretty Lights, and Cazzette, just to name a few. This year will be bigger than ever, and Dancing Astronaut is excited to be a part of it. So college kids, get ready, Dancing Astronaut and GLOWfest are coming to a campus near you!
Announced Locations/Dates/Lineup/Ticket Information below.
Are you a talented writer, photographer, or videographer with a passion for electronic music? Are you based in the metropolitan areas of New York City, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Chicago, or Miami? If the answer to both of these questions is yes, then we want you to apply for a position at Dancing Astronaut.
Working for Dancing Astronaut will give you an unparalleled opportunity to test your skills on the front lines of the music world and to work with some of your favorite artists. Get the job, and a month from now you might be conducting an interview backstage with Martin Solveig or Dada Life. All you have to do is click after the break and take five minutes to fill out an application!