Last month, we teamed up with Insomniac Events and Icon Collective Music Production School to offer you a chance to play at EDC Orlando. The time has come to announce the winners, who will be playing the Neon Garden Stage this Saturday, November 10th. The aspiring DJs had to put together a 30-minute mix to showcase their talents, then create an original track to seal the deal. Of all the entrants, 11 emerged victorious. See who made the cut after the jump and listen to their collection of tracks on Soundcloud. If you still don’t have your EDC Orlando tickets in hand, grab ‘em while they’re hot!
Dancing Astronaut has partnered up with Insomniac Events and Icon Collective Music Production School to bring you the chance to play a set at Electric Daisy Carnival Orlando. Part of Insomnaic’s Discovery Project, the winners of the contest will take to the Neon Garden Stage on November 10th, bringing a fresh crop of talent to light. This is an incredible opportunity to get exposure and get your name out there, so there’s no harm in entering if you think you have a shot. You can check out all the details of the contest past the break, including how to win scholarships to Icon’s online classes. Good Luck!
Starting at Electric Zoo, September of 2011, Bart B More blasted through the US, playing shows from Miami to San Francisco. In Mark Loonen’s video documentation of the September tour, Bart B More speaks candidly –in his mother tongue, Dutch– about what it’s like to go on tour. The life on the road. B More openly describes his excitement for playing shows full of fans who are there to hear his music. Consider yourself lucky to grab a glimpse into the life of the rising Dutch talent through awesome HD clips of different cities around the US, backstage shots of booze, travel footage, Disney World, and the mayhem attached to any great EDM tour. If you’re a Bart B More fan, you’ll be excited to gain insight into his next big moves in dance music. Find out what the next step is for Bart B More.
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