Scuba, Stefano Noferini, Cassy, Sébastien Léger, and more hit the Beatport Stage at Sun City Music Fest; check out set times and charts now
By Ken Taylor A few weeks back we told you about the first-ever Beatport Stage at El Paso’s upcoming Sun City Music Festival. Now we’re excited […]Read
Richie Hawtin's post-Grimes Boiler Room set, free DJ lessons in Ibiza, and Mysteryland's hippie turn
By Ken Taylor There was quite the foofarah last week when Grimes took the decks at Richie Hawtin’s Ibiza villa Boiler Room set—but did you know […]Read
Moby's Movement set premieres today at 2 p.m. EDT
By Ken Taylor That’s right—today on our Ustream channel, we’re excited to bring you Moby’s set, recorded live from our Beatport Stage at Detroit’s Movement Festival […]Read
Dance-music fans by the numbers—and how they differ from fans of other music
By Ken Taylor Seriously, we really don’t like the term “EDM”—truth is, if we can’t avoid using it, you’ll likely see us putting it in scare […]Read
Rone's production philosophy: "Ironically, looking inward is the best way to touch an audience"
By Emma Robertson Paris-born Erwan Castex has been making music as Rone since 2008, when his debut 12”, R-Force-One, released on InFiné, garnered support from artists […]Read
Staff picks from Fatima, Washed Out, MJ Cole, Benjamin Damage, and more
By Beatport News Editors The return of a classic producer, plus London’s next iteration on 4/4 soul and a new direction for chillwave’s posterboy feature in […]Read
Trax goes lossless—and Marshall Jefferson gives us his 10 favorites
By Ken Taylor The term “house music legend” shouldn’t be thrown around lightly. But bestowing it upon Marshall Jefferson is pretty much a gimme. His 1986 […]Read
Rough tats, Tiesto's not leaving Las Vegas, a Daft Punk fashion shoot, and what do you get when you Shazam the sound of a blender?
By Ken Taylor Sure, there’s all sorts of jokes about how bro-step sounds like shoving a fork in a blender—but what does the rather objective, data-based […]Read