TripL and Meital De Razon have collaborated on the track ‘This Whole Damn World’ and are proud to announce that they have broken into MTV Israel’s top 20 chart!!!!
Marquee Sydney is set to heat up this June with a strong cast of international and home-grown acts. Over the long weekend, The Aston Shuffle hit the decks, to kick off this month. Marquee favourites the Stafford Brothers will also be in the building, to prove why they are killing it now as one of the hottest upcoming DJ’s in the business. With the success of new single ‘hello’ gaining major radio plays worldwide, it has made them a household name.
Check out the acts heating up this month
Marquee Sydney June line-ups:
- Friday 7 June – Martini Club
- Friday 7 June – G-Wizard
- Saturday 8 June – The Aston Shuffle
- Sunday 9 June – Jodie Harsh (UK)
- Friday 14 June – DJ Vice
- Saturday 15 June – Bass Kleph
- Friday 21 June – The Faders
- Saturday 22 June – Stafford Brothers
- Friday 28 June – TBA
- Saturday 29 June – Timmy Trumpet
We think that our audience has money, is passionate and has time to engage with dance … but actually only 30% of people passionate about dance / electronic music are ‘engaged consumers’
Although it may sound dry all these statistics, have you ever wondered who in the world are the real lovers of dance. What are the demographics that support and enforce dance music- and what types of music competes with dance. What countries are the greatest lovers and creators of dance ?
● 70% of people passionate about dance / electronic music are ‘less engaged consumers’: they are either too young to have money / be clubbing, have children who have got in the way or are just not cool
● We spend too much of our time thinking about the 30% who are engaged consumers and not enough thinking about the 70% who are less-engaged consumers
We can be better at delivering experiences. This is mostly for the engaged consumers, but if we’re smart
about it we can also reach many of the less-engaged with them, too
We need to be better at delivering guidance. This is mostly for the less-engaged consumers who
desperately need guidance from trusted sources to avoid them losing contact with dance music
● Dance / electronic music has only half the passion that Rock music does, even for young people. It has a
similar level of passion to Urban music. It is rivalled / beaten by Country music, even for young people.
● The US has little passion for dance (16th of 17), it has the most people who are passionate (1st of 17).
A small increase in passion would make a big difference in the number of people who are passionate. Is
that what we’ve seen in recent years: just a small change in passion that meant a big new audience?
● Passion for Dance / Electronic music rivals that for Rock music up to age 25. It’s consistently more loved
than Urban music. It has no rivals beyond Rock, Pop and Urban.
● One of the most passionate (4th of 17) and biggest (3rd of 17): the ‘biggest developed market’.
… US vs UK
● The most passionate age group (16-24) are only half as passionate (57%) about dance / electronic music
as they are about the biggest genre. In the UK they’re almost as passionate about dance as they are
about the genre they’re most passionate about (87%).
● There is no evidence that dance is ‘older’ or ‘younger’ in the UK or the US. The pattern by age is similar in
the UK and the US – it’s just proportionally bigger in the UK.
● In the UK dance is pretty mainstream (less engaged consumers are about 75% as passionate about
dance as the engaged consumers are) whereas in the US it’s not very mainstream at all (less-engaged
consumers are only about 56% as passionate about dance as engaged consumers are)
● Passion for the different genres of dance music are similar in the US and the UK. Except for Drum n Bass
which is more popular in the UK. And except for Techno because the word is often used in the US to
describe dance / electronic music overall.
See the full Report
The same week that the Grammys fumbled its dance music nominations, voting has opened for its far more credible counterpart, Winter Music Conference’s International Dance Music Awards. The IDMAs annually showcase each of the moving parts that make up the sprawling global automaton we call dance music, from producers and promoters to clubs and software developers. Containing nearly 60 separate categories and a consistent emphasis on innovation, the IDMAs are one of the few dance music awards that command respect from both the industry and the public. So let us know if you will be voting at all, and if you are planning to, who do you will win in the category you favour!! Who do you want to see walk away with a good amount of winnings?
Where else would you get live music entertainment while you can swim, camp, go on rides, jump on a helicopter ride, great gourmet food and more much? I’ll tell you where – SUBSONIC. Subsonic, is Australia’s own original boutique music event, is back in 2012, in the picturesque surrounds of Riverwood Downs Mountain Valley Resort. Dedicated to deep space electronic music, Subsonic brings together an awesome line-up of international and local artists, in an immersive, multi-sensory environment with an unconventional edge.
The official lineup for the festival is massive! Featuring the live acts of;
Blue King Brown, DJ Kentaro, Catz n Dogz, Adultnapper, AN-Ten-Nae, Eprom, Africa Hitech, OKA, The Bird, Worthy, Christian Martin, Acid Pauli, Nu, Opiuo, Parker, Dov, DeVille, True Vibenation, Svelt, Red Bantoo, Shamik, Secret Cinema, Ryan Davis, Nico Stojan, SQL, Pena, Emok, D-Sens, Antix, Shades of Grey, The Bastards, Anna Leevia, Markey and much more! Click here to check the rest of the lineup on their official website.
Tickets for the festival are already on sale so be quick if you want a ticket! General Admission tickets includes camping at $155.00 (Includes Booking Fee). Check out the official prices and other available essentials on the Subsonic website. Watch the teaser trailer for the event below
PLEASE NOTE: The Festival grounds are licensed and are therefore not BYO. The camping area is BYO but you are not permitted to bring drinks into the Festival grounds at any time. Please do not bring any glass to the festival!
This event is 18+. No persons under 18 are permitted to enter the Festival unless accompanied by their guardian at all times. Please note: This only applies to children under 12. Children between the ages of 12 – 18 are not permitted to come with or without their guardian.
Spend New Years Eve at the ultimate location to witness Sydney’s world famous NYE Fireworks and usher in 2013 in Spectacular style at the renowned Harbour Party! The first release tickets have already been SOLD OUT, but Luna Park Sydney and Harbour Party is proud to announce and invite us the addition Second Release which are on Sale now, book online right here. Or you can book VIP tickets online here on the official website. Tickets are also available at Ticketek and Moshtix. *18+ Only, ID is essential.
A huge line-up of international and local talent includes the mucic of Dance, Pop, R&B as well as Retro, House, Techno and Electronic music DJs, so be sure to dance your way into the new year! Harbour Party at Luna Park is fully licensed, with all the creature comfort amenities on site, in the safety of the Park’s precinct and your ticket includes an unlimited use of all the Park’s famous rides! Let us know if you are heading to the event or have previously been to a Harbour Party by leaving a comment below!
Ricki-Lee / Marvin Priest / The Aston Shuffle / Luciana / Ivan Gough / DCUP / Radio Ink / Tom Piper / Alley Oop / Garcon Garcon (DJs) / Brother G / TASS / Isabella Melody