2012 was a huge year for dance music, championed by the every growing club scene in Las Vegas, an influx of national tours and festivals and the undeniable mainstream acceptance of the “EDM” sound. Only a week into the new year and 2013 is already proving to be an even bigger one for our beloved genre – made abundantly clear today as the Wynn properties (Encore Beach Club, Surrender, Tryst, XS) have just announced their expansive residency roster for the upcoming year. From Bassnectarto DavidGuetta, Aviciito LocoDice, Wynn’s extensive cadre of nightclubs have the sounds to satisfy the full spectrum of electronic music fans.
Managing partner of XS, JesseWaits, had this to say;
“Our team has worked day and night to present an unrivaled roster of residencies again in 2013 including both major headliners and the DJs we believe to be the next superstars of this genre. We hope to maintain our reputation as the mecca of dance music through these exclusive partnerships.”
Check out the full list of residencies after the break.
MTV Clubland had fans vote for their favourite electronic dance music video from 2012 and Jake Stanczak aka Kill The Noise took out this title last week for his Kill The Noise Part 1 clip.
Stanczak thought Kill The Noise had zero chance a against the other big name artists such as Diplo, Alesso, Cazzette and Steve Aoki. However, it’s easy to see how this video directed by Mike Diva won. It is set in the year 2054, after an apocalyptic virus called ‘the noise’ has taken over and survivors must battle against the infected and their overlord. The video features a tonne of special effects, makeup and costumes to bring these infected zombies to life and convey the story.
2013 is set to be an even bigger year for Kill The Noise, with work having already begun on the Kill The Noise Part 2 video alongside animator Lee Hardcastle. Kill The Noise will also have a heavy touring schedule for next year, kicking off with the Holy Ship festival on Janurary 4 before heading to Peru January 7 and then down under to Australia to tour with Future Music festival in March.
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