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Marco Bailey @ Pacha THIS Saturday

Posted by on June 3, 2015 at 2:12 pm



With almost 25+ years in techno, Marco Bailey is no stranger to the underground dance scene. After suffering a bad motocross accident that put an end to his career in sports around the age of 18, he found that music was “the new thing that gave him goosebumps again” and decided to pursue his new dream of becoming a DJ. Marco Bailey has since become a true icon in dance music.

“There was a time, I think in maybe 1999, 2000, 2001, where at least 60% of my music was Marco Bailey Records. It was incredible!” – Carl Cox on Marco Bailey

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Eddie Dean x IMS Ibiza 2015

Posted by on May 18, 2015 at 4:00 pm


The International Music Summit is “The Premier Platform for Thought Leadership in Electronic Music.” It was started by Pete Tong in 2007, and has been described as the “TED of music conferences.” It’s goal? To provide a platform from which the leaders in every facet of electronic music could come together to educate and inspire each other and those around them through various summits and events.
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Posted by on April 3, 2015 at 6:46 pm

Audien joins us at Pacha NYC Friday April 10! Let’s show this youngster what it means to have a good time.

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Posted by on March 17, 2015 at 2:11 pm


We take a peek at the studio set-up of ‘G-house’ dudes Amine Edge & DANCE… via DJ Mag

French production duo Amine Edge & DANCE coined the phrase “G house” to describe their low-slung, tough and funked-up take on dance music. Initially drawing inspiration from the gangsta rap of classic hip-hop acts like the Notorious BIG and Dr Dre on breakthrough tunes for 2DiY4 (‘Going to Heaven with the Goodie-Goodies’) fusing samples of rhymes with house beats — hence the G house tag — they draw from wider influences too for releases on their own CUFF label.

Catching up with the boys as they sit comfy in the New York setting of Sound Off Studios, Amine Edge & DANCE are recording in style. Sly & Robbie, Wu-Tang, Akon, Busta Rhymes and many more have laid down serious beats in this place, and the boys are set to follow. DJ Mag took time to explore the studio set-up of the leading lights of the G house movement.

The rather cool Sound OFF music studios is located at – 40 w 27th street, 7th floor New York, NY 10001

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French Connection: Amine Edge & DANCE’s G-House Takeover

Posted by on March 9, 2015 at 1:24 pm


French Connection stores, beret hats, snail cuisine; France is famous for a lot of things, but, soon and very soon, the EU state will also be known for pumping out the most exciting sound to invade dance music since instrumental trap. G-House, or, “gangsta house,” is a term coined two years ago by Marseille-based production duo, Amine Edge & DANCE—a concept which allows them to bring together their love of deep, dark, bass-ridden house, and hip-hop music. From Miami ravers to London shufflers, their cuts—such as the Biggie Smalls-sampling “Going To Heaven With The Goodie-Goodies,” and Lil Kim-inspired “Bitches In The Project”—may have already found a place in the heart of the underground house scenes across the globe, but these musical brother are only just getting started. Here’s Amine Edge to give us the lowdown.

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Pacha NYC Interview with Don Diablo

Posted by on March 3, 2015 at 3:05 pm


We caught up with Don Diablo ahead of his set at Pacha NYC this Saturday! The “Starlight” producer shared with us everything from his most memorable moments as a DJ to what his favorite type of cheese is. Find out everything you wanted to know about Don Diablo after the jump!

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INTERVIEW: Jonathan Peters' Birthday Bash

Posted by on February 26, 2015 at 1:41 pm

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We caught up with Jonathan Peters ahead of his long anticipated Birthday Bash this Saturday and discussed Richard Grant, the Soundfactory Days, and JP’s return to Pacha.

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Q&A With Oliver Heldens

Posted by on February 25, 2015 at 6:59 pm


Last week, we had fans ask Oliver Heldens anything they wanted to know about him over Twitter ahead of his set at Pacha NYC. Oliver shared with us his favorite food, how he got into producing, what he would being doing if he wasn’t a DJ, and more! Check out what he had to say after the jump.
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