It first happened at a media dinner about five years ago. I was sandwiched rather uncomfortably between two older international journalists — one from Amsterdam and one from New York. As we sat watching a slideshow about a dance-music-meets-yoga festival heading to Thailand that following summer, Mr NYC commented that he hoped Carl Cox was
Afrojack is living the dream. The dance superstar’s discography is decorated with awards and platinum certifications, he’s adored across the globe and sells out huge shows wherever he tours, and he’s regularly in the studio working alongside other musical greats. Now, he’s turning his attention to other people’s dreams, and working to turn them into reality.
Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter has contributed a new track to Climax, the controversial film from Argentine director Gaspar Noé that focuses on a group of friends at a dance party. Titled ‘Sangria’, Bangalter’s track is joined by his previously released music, ‘What to Do’ as well as Daft Punk’s ‘Rollin’ and ‘Scratchin’’. Bangalter has worked with
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