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Todd Terje on It’s Album Time: “It’s 1,000 times more rewarding to make something from scratch”

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Tue 8 Apr 2014 3:00 pm
In the years prior to his 2012 breakout hit, "Inspector Norse," Todd Terje was a prince among the disco-edit royalty of the Scandinavian dance scene. But all that changed on the strength of a couple original singles, and before long, fans of his slinky, synthy house were clamoring for more. Today, the man who takes his stage name from house legend Todd Terry (his real name is Terje Olsen) releases his first full-length LP, appropriately titled It's Album Time, and it takes in all manner of influences from dance music's past—including a notable guest appearance from Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry. We spoke with the Oslo-based Olsen about the new album, his songwriting approach, and the importance of label independence.

DJ Mag names its top 100 clubs around the world

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Mon 31 Mar 2014 7:00 pm
Yep, it's time for another list, this one from the venerable DJ Mag, which has named its top 100 clubs from around the world. So what do you need to know offhand? The new entries onto the list include Hakkasan, Light, Zouk Kuala Lumpur, Sky Room, and a few more; a number of Ibiza clubs populate the top 20.

It’s official: Deadmau5 loves India; watch a new interview now

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Mon 31 Mar 2014 5:00 pm
Over the course of his more-than-decade-long career, Deadmau5 has never able to visit his huge fan base in India—until recently. Yes, you may recall that a few weeks back, he finally got to make the trip to Mumbai, Bangalore, and Delhi, and he also got to hit a closed-track course in a Lamborghini with one of the country's most celebrated singers, Daler Mendhi. Well, after those appearances, it's apparent that his love for India is sincere and huge.

This video from the POV of DJ Woody’s turntable is amazing—and dizzying

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Mon 31 Mar 2014 2:00 pm
We know, it's Monday morning, and maybe you haven't had your coffee yet... but make sure to get something into your stomach if you're prone to dizziness, because this video that we're about to show you is one completely disorienting—but also amazing—piece of work. DJ Woody is known for doing some pretty crazy things with turntables, but mounting a camera onto a piece of vinyl and scratching through a tune has got to take the cake.

Witness a deaf woman hearing for the very first time

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Mon 31 Mar 2014 8:00 am
Science has a wonderful way of touching our lives and really tapping into our emotions. Take, for example, this rather inspiring instance: Jo Milne, of Gateshead, England, suffers from Usher syndrome, a genetic disorder that can cause hearing loss and visual impairment, and which made her deaf from birth, but, now at age 40, her life has taken a pretty amazing turn. With the aid of cochlear implants, she's now able to hear for the first time, and a friend of hers videotaped the monumental moment when she heard her first sounds.

Garrix’s “Animals” goes platinum and Skrillex’s Recess debuts at #1 on Billboard

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Fri 28 Mar 2014 5:00 pm
It's a big week for a pair of dance music's heaviest hitters. Martin Garrix's "Animals" has just been certified platinum, and Skrillex's Recess LP debuted at #1 on the Billboard dance charts—which'll likely add to many smiling faces at Miami Music Week. Come on in and see what else is happening.

Miami woes: Avicii, Afrojack, and Dada Life’s Stefan Engblom all hospitalized in separate incidents

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Fri 28 Mar 2014 3:00 pm
While it would seem that Miami's huge week of music got off to a great start, three separate incidents have sent some of dance music's biggest names to the hospital. First up, Avicii took ill just before his Avicii Hotel gig, going to the hospital for undisclosed reasons, and having his friend Alesso sub in for him. He's since been released from the hospital, and is still set to play his Ultra headlining gig later this weekend.

Magnetic calls out 20 awesome dance-music festivals from around the world

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Fri 28 Mar 2014 8:00 am
It seems these days that there are as many dance-music festivals around the world as there are dance-music artists. Every day a new one appears to crop up out of nowhere. But that's nothing to complain about, obviously; it's just that there's so much to choose from that it can sort of make your head spin. Fortunately, Magnetic is doing its part, and has shared a list of 20 "Life Changing EDM Festivals From Around the World." So what makes the cut?

10 tips for attending your first dance-music festival

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Thu 27 Mar 2014 7:00 pm
While we can't say that attending your first dance-music festival is something that should require a "survival guide" (surely they're more fun than something that has to just be survived, right?), it's still worth taking a few steps beforehand to maximize your enjoyment at such an event—and of course, to stay safe.

Krewella go hard with new “Party Monster” video

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Thu 27 Mar 2014 6:00 pm
First they got wet. Now Krewella is going hard with the bangin' "Party Monster," a dark, snare-heavy trap-meets-hardstyle sorta tune for which they've just released a video. A pretty off-the-cuff take, the "Party Monster" video sees the trio traversing dark hallways, hanging out on hilltops, and getting a little messy as the pummeling beats thunder in the background.

Daft Punk’s web store has even more new merch for sale

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Thu 27 Mar 2014 5:00 pm
Daft Punk have been sort of quiet lately, but as of a couple days ago, they've reinvigorated their website with a storeful of new merchandise. Now fans can choose from a selection of new t-shirts, belt buckles, posters, and tank tops, all officially supplied by the robots themselves, and advertised in a fine '70s-magazine style.

Kaskade looks back at last year’s Ultra, and HudMo hits the trail

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Thu 27 Mar 2014 4:00 pm
Miami is in the swing of things, and it's about to get crazy. But before it does, Kaskade has just released a quick look back at his time there last year. Check out that vid, and plenty of other news and music from Hudson Mohawke, Avalon Emerson, Mike Huckaby, and more, in today's roundup.

Watch a classic Kraftwerk performance from 1970 in its entirety

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Thu 27 Mar 2014 1:00 pm
Rockpalast is one of Germany's longstanding cultural institutions, a public-TV program that's been running since the '70s and introducing the country to some of the world's finest music makers. In fact, it still runs to this day. Naturally, they've got quite an extensive archive, and one piece that surfaced from it recently is a classic performance by Kraftwerk, before they were the clinical, computer-obsessed quartet they would eventually become.

Moby to interview David Lynch at IMS Engage in LA next month

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Wed 26 Mar 2014 5:00 pm
If you watch today's earlier video interview with Moby, you'll know that he lives just a stone's throw from the revered LA stretch of pavement known as Mulholland Drive, immortalized in the David Lynch film of the same name. To bring it full circle, Moby is set to interview Lynch (himself a producer of music) at this year's IMS Engage conference in LA. On April 16 at Hollywood's W Hotel, along with the Moby-Lynch chat, Junkie XL will take the couch with legendary composer Hans Zimmer to discuss all manner of art and commerce.

Martin Garrix, Tiesto among new names for BBC Radio 1’s Residency

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Wed 26 Mar 2014 3:00 pm
The BBC Radio 1 Residency is, naturally, one of the highest honors a DJ can have bestowed upon him or her, and today they announced the four new DJs to take over the airwaves with some regularity for the months to come. Trance and progressive legend Tiesto is the first of the big names revealed, along with Martin Garrix, Simon Patterson, and Brodinski.
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