dance music – Balibs http://balibs.org/ Mon, 11 Apr 2022 18:27:16 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://balibs.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/cropped-icon-32x32.png dance music – Balibs http://balibs.org/ 32 32 Island artists will lead a live dance workshop on March 1 https://balibs.org/island-artists-will-lead-a-live-dance-workshop-on-march-1/ Tue, 22 Feb 2022 00:29:32 +0000 https://balibs.org/island-artists-will-lead-a-live-dance-workshop-on-march-1/ UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Artists from the Ocean Nation musical collective Small Island Big Song will teach dances from their native traditions during a free, live-streamed event. The event is free, but registration is required. The virtual dance workshop begins at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 1. Viewers will have the opportunity to ask questions […]]]>

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Artists from the Ocean Nation musical collective Small Island Big Song will teach dances from their native traditions during a free, live-streamed event. The event is free, but registration is required.

The virtual dance workshop begins at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 1. Viewers will have the opportunity to ask questions during the live broadcast. Learn more about the Center for the Performing Arts’ dance workshop.

A recording of the event will be available to stream on demand from Monday, March 14 at noon through Friday, March 18 at noon. on demand for more information.

A grant from the University Park Student Fee Board helps make the program free.

The artists of Small Island Big Song will teach two dance pieces:

  • Sega dance and music, from the Indian Ocean nation of Mauritius, will be led by Emlyn (singing and dancing) and Koko (percussion). Sega is danced without the feet leaving the ground and uses the rest of the body to channel the movement.
  • A war song and dance from the Pacific Ocean nation of Taiwan will be led by songwriter-musician Sauljaljui with backing vocalist Putad.

The dance workshop is the first in a series of engagement events and a Penn State residency that will conclude with a multimedia performance on April 7 featuring artists from the collective. To visit little island big song for more information on the April event.

Small Island Big Song is part of a multi-platform project founded by Taiwanese producer BaoBao Chen and Australian music producer Tim Cole. They have spent over three years documenting over 100 artists in communities on the frontlines of the climate crisis, including Madagascar, Borneo, Tahiti, Bali, Guam, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.

In addition to raising awareness of environmental issues facing island nations, the project explores a theory of migration that seeks to establish musical connections between cultures and accentuates similarities in regional instruments, voices and rhythm.

The Penn State International Dance Ensemble Endowment provides support.

The presentation is part of “The Reflection Project,” funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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Black Wands Lights Up The Dance Floor With New Single “Myth” https://balibs.org/black-wands-lights-up-the-dance-floor-with-new-single-myth/ Fri, 29 Oct 2021 13:31:22 +0000 https://balibs.org/black-wands-lights-up-the-dance-floor-with-new-single-myth/ Electronic music curated by black chopsticks – real name Alex Maya – is a club-oriented cinematic whirlwind that is both fleeting and grounded. Glistening synths and swaying arpeggios reach for the stars as focused, precise percussion keeps listeners glued to the dance floor. But despite its wide international appeal, this sound has only recently been […]]]>

Electronic music curated by black chopsticks – real name Alex Maya – is a club-oriented cinematic whirlwind that is both fleeting and grounded. Glistening synths and swaying arpeggios reach for the stars as focused, precise percussion keeps listeners glued to the dance floor. But despite its wide international appeal, this sound has only recently been introduced to the Colorado mainstream, with artists such as Lane 8 and Above & Beyond playing big venues like Red Rocks.

As a Denver DJ, Maya backed many of the top players in her genre, including Jeremy Olander, Matt Lange and the late i_o. His track “Revenant” has also been played by trance music icons in Cosmic Gate on their wake up your mind radio programand his “Candlelight” was shot on the Anjunabeats around the world Podcast.

Now, Maya has just released her new single, “Myth”, on the famous His future from Egypt label. It’s an ethereal progressive techno dance floor, with rippling, distorted synths and dark, industrial undertones.

We spoke with Maya about the release and how the sound is slowly but surely being integrated into the Colorado music conversation.

West word: Describe your genre of music for people who may not know it. It’s pretty new to American ears.

Black chopsticks: I like to call my style of dance music “melodic and progressive”. It’s a mix of progressive house and trance, with techno influences as well. I use the typical floor four rhythm, but place a lot of emphasis on melody and chord progressions to guide the listener through the story of my songs. Within these genre guidelines, I like to paint a cinematic image, whether it’s dark, epic, energetic or light, beautiful, cold – it just depends on how I’m feeling at the moment.

I use a lot of analog sounds in my tracks – TR-909 drum samples, vintage synth emulators, Moog-like mono bass lines – that hark back to the early days of electronic music in the 80s and 90s and he give this retro character.

What, apart from your genre, influences your sound?

I draw a lot of inspiration for my music from films and cinema. Whenever I watch a new movie or show, I often rush to my DAW [digital audio workspace] and start writing music, trying to translate how it made me feel. I imagine a certain type of scene in my head, like writing a soundtrack or a score.

Musically, I feel like everything I’ve actively listened to throughout my life has in some way influenced the artist I’ve evolved into today. As a child, I was exposed to a lot of world music, like Latin and Afro-Cuban dance, and also Motown by my parents. I learned guitar in high school and went from post-hardcore rock band to folk singer-songwriter in college. However, I always had an ear for electronic music, as I experimented with writing beats on my computer along the way.

What brought you to this sound originally?

I discovered dance music in the early 2000s, when my sister gave me this trance and progressive compilation album entitled Dreamland 2000. It featured the scene’s iconic DJs – ATB, Chicane, Ferry Corsten, Paul Van Dyk, Tiesto and others. I had never heard anything like this before and fell in love with the energy and composition of these songs. It wasn’t until years later that I was proficient enough as a producer to start writing this type of music myself.

I fell deeper into dance music during the EDM boom, and eventually discovered Above & Beyond and their radio show group therapy, which really opened my eyes to the diversity of progressive house and trance. That was not all, “Everyone put your hands up, jump 1-2-3!” They played emotionally and intellectually complex songs – dance music that is not always upbeat and fun, but heavier, darker, catchy…sometimes even eerie, menacing and brooding. This darker side of dance music is really what started to resonate with me and shaped my current sound.

FSOE is an internationally recognized label; however, it’s not like it has appeal in the US, where the sound is in its teens. Yet often producers in Colorado aim to get those labels rather than just self-publishing or finding a US label. Why did you decide to get on these labels and waive royalties on your music, when they couldn’t connect you to shows in the United States?

It’s a very interesting question. For me, it’s a priority to release music with a label that already has a massive following for my style of music – a place where I know my music will fit in and reach potential new fans. Labels like Future Sound of Egypt are internationally renowned and considered by some to be legendary in the world of trance and progressive dance music – so I consider it a huge honor to have them to support and present my music. They also have a promotional network that reaches the best DJs and radio shows in the world for that genre, so there’s a greater potential for my music to be supported by those outlets and reach even more people.

Personally, it’s about reaching as many listeners as possible, more than I could collect on my own. I think most artists would agree — but we don’t create for the money; we create for expression and to connect with others in ways that words never could. So when it comes to royalties, at this point in my career, I’m more concerned with building a fanbase and connecting with as many people as possible. Ideally, the more my audience grows, the more live performance opportunities would present themselves. I would say that there are still promoters in the United States who deliver progressive acts, although these shows are not directly supported by the record company.

Black Wands’ “Myth” is now available on Future Sound of Egypt; post it here.

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Balinese performing arts troupe Çudamani to bring music, dance and tradition to W&M https://balibs.org/balinese-performing-arts-troupe-cudamani-to-bring-music-dance-and-tradition-to-wm/ https://balibs.org/balinese-performing-arts-troupe-cudamani-to-bring-music-dance-and-tradition-to-wm/#respond Mon, 20 Sep 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://balibs.org/balinese-performing-arts-troupe-cudamani-to-bring-music-dance-and-tradition-to-wm/ [ad_1] Çudamani is a 21-member music and dance ensemble from Bali that will visit and perform in Williamsburg on September 23. (WYDaily / Courtesy of Oscar Smith) WILLIAMSBURG – William & Mary (W&M) will host an internationally renowned music and dance ensemble from Bali as part of the College’s Asian Centenary. Balinese performing arts troupe […]]]>


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Çudamani is a 21-member music and dance ensemble from Bali that will visit and perform in Williamsburg on September 23. (WYDaily / Courtesy of Oscar Smith)

WILLIAMSBURG – William & Mary (W&M) will host an internationally renowned music and dance ensemble from Bali as part of the College’s Asian Centenary.

Balinese performing arts troupe Çudamani is coming to Williamsburg as part of their September international tour of the Mid-Atlantic.

“Çudamani: Gamelan Music and Dance of Bali” will share music, dance and storytelling from Indonesia.

The 21-member ensemble hails from the village of Pengosekan and is known for weaving dance, music and Balinese tradition.

Anne Rasmussen is Professor of Music / Ethnomusicology and Program Director for Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (AMES).

As director of the W&M Middle Eastern Music Ensemble for 25 years, her job is to bringing worlds of music to its students and community, by welcoming many guest artists to Williamsburg.

“It’s a modern and up-to-date group,” said Rasmussen. “It’s a very virtuoso and visually stunning genre of music and dance to watch.”

Rasmussen said this event is especially special as she has a connection to Judy Mitoma, producer and tour director for Çudamani, and professor emeritus at the University of California, Los Angelas (UCLA)

Rasmussen and Francis Tanglao-Aguas, professor of theater and American studies of Asia and the Pacific Islands at W&M, worked with Mitoma during their student stay at UCLA.

The Çudamani arts organization is also hosting a music and dance retreat in Bali where W&M students studied abroad.

Rasmussen said that Çudamani’s music brings something very unique.

“It’s immediately sympathetic, it’s fun, it’s dynamic, it’s interesting to watch,” she said. “And you realize that there are so many parts of the world that have so many rich, artistic and cultural traditions and they are all waiting for our discovery and our experience.”

Çudamani will be on campus Thursday, September 23 at 9:30 a.m. in Rasmussen’s Worlds of Music class, and will be doing open workshops and presentations from noon to 3 p.m. at Ewell Recital Hall, cultivating in a free public performance at the Williamsburg Regional Library. Theater, 515 Scotland St., Thursday evenings from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

“It’s a very virtuoso and visually stunning genre of music and dance to watch.” (WYDaily / Courtesy of Oscar Smith)

WRL Theater has also waived the fees for the theater.

Rasmussen said that among the themes of Çudamani’s visit were the effects of the pandemic on traditional arts.

Since we have been so separated from the world, the pandemic has really leveled the playing field in some ways in that we have all been affected, ”she said. “The pandemic has been something we’ve all felt, and we’re not out of it yet, so it’s interesting to be able to commune with someone on the other side of the world. “

Çudamani’s visit is also part of the College’s series of events celebrating the Asian centenary, which includes various film screenings and lectures.

Rasmussen said the group will also visit Colonial Williamsburg and meet him on Friday, September 24.

“If it arouses people’s curiosity to know more about the music and musicians of the world, and about Indonesia, and if the musicians and dancers are having a good time, then I will feel like a mission accomplished,” he said. said Rasmussen.

For more information on Çudamani’s visit to Williamsburg on September 23, click here.

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Amsterdam dance event to take place with new restrictions https://balibs.org/amsterdam-dance-event-to-take-place-with-new-restrictions/ https://balibs.org/amsterdam-dance-event-to-take-place-with-new-restrictions/#respond Wed, 15 Sep 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://balibs.org/amsterdam-dance-event-to-take-place-with-new-restrictions/ [ad_1] The Dutch have finally received good news. Amsterdam dance event is planned this year with nnew restrictions. Many feared it would be canceled after the government COVID-19 reimposed restrictions. However, it will continue as planned from October 13 to 17. He will have 75% capacity and the clubs will close at midnight. Initially this […]]]>


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The Dutch have finally received good news. Amsterdam dance event is planned this year with nnew restrictions. Many feared it would be canceled after the government COVID-19 reimposed restrictions. However, it will continue as planned from October 13 to 17. He will have 75% capacity and the clubs will close at midnight.

Initially this summer was to have festival after festival at The Netherlands. It was going to be like the good old days. The numbers were low and the restrictions were in fact removed. However, after only a few weeks, the Dutch government reimposed the restrictions. Case jumped up and they even tied him to the Verknipt Music Festival. Just like that, almost all summer festivals were canceled.

The Dutch became restless and banded together to form the Restore the sound of protests. More 350 dutch festival and Event organizations also joined the protests. 150,000 thousand people participated in the protests and it seemed to work. Without it, who knows if ADE would have actually been programmed to continue.

While ADE will go halfway as planned, AMF and ADE Pro have been canceled. The AMF is the the biggest concert during the event and ADE Pro is the International conference. ADE Directr Meindert Kennis had this to say in a press release:

“Since the press conference, we are overloaded with messages from organizers ready to do anything to advance their events within the framework of the current measures… The decision to postpone ADE Pro, for many music professionals, the moment most important commercial of the year, was particularly difficult at a time when the industry needed it most ”

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ODESZA confirms new music in 2022 – EDM.com https://balibs.org/odesza-confirms-new-music-in-2022-edm-com/ https://balibs.org/odesza-confirms-new-music-in-2022-edm-com/#respond Wed, 08 Sep 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://balibs.org/odesza-confirms-new-music-in-2022-edm-com/ [ad_1] After a torture tantamount hiatus for ODESZA fans, the electronic music superstar duo have confirmed that new music will be on the way in 2022. The typically tight-lipped tandem took to Instagram today to share their first post since April and dropped a four-word nuclear weapon on their passionate fan base: “New music in […]]]>


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After a torture tantamount hiatus for ODESZA fans, the electronic music superstar duo have confirmed that new music will be on the way in 2022.

The typically tight-lipped tandem took to Instagram today to share their first post since April and dropped a four-word nuclear weapon on their passionate fan base: “New music in 2022”.

Today is the fourth anniversary of the founding of ODESZA A moment apart LP, which remains one of the duo’s most sought-after records in what has been a remarkable career in dance music. According to their article, their 2012 debut album Summer Faded away turned nine this weekend and tomorrow marks seven years since In return, their second effort. The latter record spawned a number of generational anthems, such as “Say My Name” (with Zyra).

Check out the ODESZA announcement below.

ODESZA hasn’t released any original solo music since 2018, when they released the “Loyal” brass banger. This track has become a staple of the barnstorming duo’s sublime live performances, which are rooted in the myth of their brand.

In the spring of 2020, they launched BRONSON, a collaborative pen name with famed Australian deep house producer Golden Features. The trio released their self-titled debut album in August of that year, en route to a nod to EDM.comfrom the “Best of 2020: Music Producers” list.

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EDC Las Vegas 2022 Dates Revealed – EDM.com https://balibs.org/edc-las-vegas-2022-dates-revealed-edm-com/ https://balibs.org/edc-las-vegas-2022-dates-revealed-edm-com/#respond Mon, 30 Aug 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://balibs.org/edc-las-vegas-2022-dates-revealed-edm-com/ [ad_1] To hell with the pandemic, EDC Las Vegas fans can now mark their calendars for the 2022 edition of the festival. According to an email sent to 2021 festival ticket holders, the 2022 iteration of EDC Las Vegas is scheduled for May 20-22. In a statement, Insomniac founder and CEO Pasquale Rotella acknowledged the […]]]>


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To hell with the pandemic, EDC Las Vegas fans can now mark their calendars for the 2022 edition of the festival.

According to an email sent to 2021 festival ticket holders, the 2022 iteration of EDC Las Vegas is scheduled for May 20-22. In a statement, Insomniac founder and CEO Pasquale Rotella acknowledged the “two difficult years” leading up to this year’s 25th edition while announcing special rewards for loyal supporters of the event.

“I wanted to take a moment to thank you for joining us under the electric skies in 2021. I know it’s been a tough few years to get to this point, but I’m delighted to know that we’ll all be together again on the la dance floor and celebrate EDC’s 25th anniversary in October! ” said Rotella. “As a thank you for staying with us on this trip, I wanted to do something special if you could also join us at EDC Las Vegas 2022.”

Those who purchase presale passes will also receive an “Insomniac Token,” which provides free access to one day of a festival of their choice in 2022. The token can be used to attend HARD Summer, Nocturnal Wonderland and Escape Halloween, among other holidays.

The 2019 edition of EDC Las Vegas.

At a pivotal moment for the electronic dance music festival scene, Rotella recently announced that ticket buyers for all Insomniac events must provide full proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours for enter. This includes EDC Las Vegas 2021, which is scheduled for October 22-24. Insomniac has yet to say whether the mandate will remain in effect for the 2022 edition of the festival, but fans can assume it will.

Presale passes for EDC Las Vegas 2022 will be available on Tuesday, August 31 at 10:00 a.m. PT (1:00 p.m. ET). GA will start at $ 319, GA + at $ 499, and VIP at $ 779. You can buy tickets here.

View Rotella’s email statement in full below.

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New website seeks ‘dance music archive’ https://balibs.org/new-website-seeks-dance-music-archive/ https://balibs.org/new-website-seeks-dance-music-archive/#respond Mon, 23 Aug 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://balibs.org/new-website-seeks-dance-music-archive/ [ad_1] Dance Music Archives by Electric Hawk, is a new website that seeks to document and archive the entire history of electronic music. This is great news for fans of DJ mixes, radio shows, and footage lost in old places. The site promises to be a concise and convenient one-stop-shop for all things EDM. Andi […]]]>


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Dance Music Archives by Electric Hawk, is a new website that seeks to document and archive the entire history of electronic music. This is great news for fans of DJ mixes, radio shows, and footage lost in old places. The site promises to be a concise and convenient one-stop-shop for all things EDM.

Andi Durrant will serve as chief librarian for the project. He was the founder of “This is Distorted”, an audio content agency that works to connect music, media, sports and entertainment to the consumer. As a longtime student of sound, Durrant will undoubtedly do a good job of bringing our favorites together in one place.

Durrant was quoted for coming up with the idea saying:

“I was rummaging around the loft and came across a few boxes of old guest mixes from my radio shows over the years… but there wasn’t one place to find them all. We decided to put it all in one place – a growing and ever-evolving digital museum, which we hope will bring back incredible memories and provide a place to document the diverse, fascinating and forward-thinking evolution of the world. dance music.

Dance Music Archives: An Introduction

The website will categorize the collection by year. And will feature keyword research to allow for in-depth research into specific genres and artists. With the click of a mouse and a press of the keyboard, the whole world will be at your fingertips. This represents a great moment in the evolution of dance music. It will constitute a source of knowledge for those who wish to discover the profession and the evolution of dance music.

You can help!

The Dance Music Archive calls on the dance community to come together and help fill the archives. The website is actively seeking contributions to its huge logistics project. If you would like to contribute, click here.

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Jana Rush: Painful Enlightenment Review – An Electronic Visionary | Dance music https://balibs.org/jana-rush-painful-enlightenment-review-an-electronic-visionary-dance-music/ https://balibs.org/jana-rush-painful-enlightenment-review-an-electronic-visionary-dance-music/#respond Thu, 12 Aug 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://balibs.org/jana-rush-painful-enlightenment-review-an-electronic-visionary-dance-music/ [ad_1] FIn recent years, new musical genres have generated as much invention and sweat as footwork, the Chicago-born dance style where house tempos are sped up like a sadistic personal trainer to the point where they seem to stutter. and gasp. The choppy samples and slamming drums of rap add structure to the mix, though […]]]>


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FIn recent years, new musical genres have generated as much invention and sweat as footwork, the Chicago-born dance style where house tempos are sped up like a sadistic personal trainer to the point where they seem to stutter. and gasp. The choppy samples and slamming drums of rap add structure to the mix, though the bass pulling away from the cornea threatens to cancel everything out again.

Only the most agile and athletic dancers can truly keep up with this auditory pandemonium, making the style popular among showboating dance teams. The end is dear to the gothic chin bars of the avant-electronic scene as well, which means your average footwork event is likely to contain both the most and the least awkward people you can imagine. Chicago heroes such as RP Boo and the late DJ Rashad went global and released landmark albums in the early 2010s, and the curation of UK label Planet Mu helped keep the scene healthy outside of the Midwest (as well as Painful Enlightenment, he also released DJ Manny’s excellent Signals in My Head last month). In an age when the big pianos and vocal lines of Chicago house are used by lazy producers to signify euphoria rather than generate it, the footwork is a reminder of how progressive and rich dance music can be. emotions. And with her second album, Jana Rush goes further than ever.

Beginning in the late 90s, the career of the Chicago producer progressed in spurts alongside studying at university, then working as a chemical engineer, medical technician, and firefighter. All along, she struggled with self-esteem: “I was ashamed to be me, I just didn’t love myself,” she explained to Wire magazine this month. Painful Enlightenment is therefore a psychological question – probably closer to sound art than to house, but still brutally funky.

The masterpiece piece is Suicidal Ideation, nine minutes of its nightmarish depicting a spirit at war with itself and its surroundings. Over clicks and whirrs and a footwork bassline, there’s the kind of bark of pain and dismay a video game character emits upon touching a pool of lava, and some famous rapper ordering you to. “Bow to both”: imagine the maniacal pop-art creations of Jeff Koons or Takashi Murakami engraved by Goya. Its fade, suggesting that this melee is everlasting and that a veil is simply drawn over it, is a disturbing finishing touch.

One of her recurring samples is a whimper of female sexual pleasure, but one of the most actor and pornographic genre: a suggestion that true pleasure and liberation is always beyond reach. On another insanely good track, G-Spot, there are more porn samples, and here the satisfaction feels much more real – although the slow, unreadable piano chords can suggest sadness as well as excitement. , and the porn is of course full of unreliable narrators.

So sex can be a form of work, and it is this feeling of physical and emotional work that occurs at the same time that gives Rush’s album its terrifying load. The descriptor “industrial techno” is often applied to dance music that evokes machines, but factories rarely operate at its four-four pace. The tracks in Rush Disorientation and Intergalactic Battle are more precise, with robotic processes that periodically change gears and only set in briefly: an evocation of both the real industry and a multitasking mind running its hustle and bustle.

The cover of Painful Enlightenment.

Disturbed is the most obvious piece of footwork here and an instant genre classic, but it’s still loaded with terrible human feelings. It takes the type of fiery romantic supplication done by Chicago house singers like Jamie Principle and turns it into an emotional urgency, with a Loleatta Holloway-style scream repeated until it looks like she grabs an ex-lover. by the lapels, the hair all over the place: “I need you! I need you! “

But with its rhythmic freedom, you can say that this album is as much a strain of emancipated and political Chicago jazz music as its dance tracks, and Rush makes it explicit with some of his samples. Moanin ‘opens the album with a looping saxophone moan as if played via superhuman circular breathing, evoking the bawdy bacchanalia of the swing era, while the jazz guitar on the title track is like a glitch simulation. of a smoky bar. Mynd Fuc is free jazz made on software. An obvious comparison is label mate Jlin, another Midwestern producer who has realized the potential of footwork to tell deeper truths, but her waltz times and Asian influences make her very different from Rush, whose work is more abstract, minimal and firmly rooted in its city.

“The harshness of sounds and frequencies is an interpretation of my aggressiveness as well as my quest for empowerment,” Rush said. Painful Enlightenment is a disturbing visionary album that is more specifically about anxiety, depression, and overwork than songwriting, as it does so through the form itself. As Rush’s commentary suggests, this act of creation means that she has been – and we can be – a victor in these fights.

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The seismic dance event unveils the programming of phase 1 https://balibs.org/the-seismic-dance-event-unveils-the-programming-of-phase-1/ https://balibs.org/the-seismic-dance-event-unveils-the-programming-of-phase-1/#respond Thu, 12 Aug 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://balibs.org/the-seismic-dance-event-unveils-the-programming-of-phase-1/ [ad_1] Seismic dance event has just announced the first phase of its range and it does not disappoint. Austin, Texas House and Techno Music Festival makes its highly anticipated return to The competition project from November 12 to 14. The programming of phase 1 already has more than forty artists on the list. Even if […]]]>


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Seismic dance event has just announced the first phase of its range and it does not disappoint. Austin, Texas House and Techno Music Festival makes its highly anticipated return to The competition project from November 12 to 14. The programming of phase 1 already has more than forty artists on the list.

Even if phase two is still not announced, the programming is quite dense. In reality, Amelia Lens, Ben Böhmer, Black coffee, Light blue, Claptone, Cloonee, Dom dolla, Jamie jones, Michel Bibi, Nina kraviz, Solardo, and Yotto are all part of the festivities, to name a few. Obviously, there are a lot more artists just in phase one and more to come in phase two.

Seismic started in 2018, with the intention of being a forward-thinking assemblage of musical talent in an intimate environment. The show is produced by RealMusic Events, who is also based in Austin. The event is a perfect opportunity to showcase new talents and promote dance music in the city.

The site hosting Seismic, named The Concourse Project, is a seven-acre property. Fans will have the chance to experience three stages, both inside and out. In addition to that, participants will be able to enjoy art installations and food trucks with their favorite music.

Tickets are still available if you wish to attend the event. You can visit the Seismic website by clicking here.

Programming of the Seismic Dance 4.0 event

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How to prepare for the Global Dance Festival 2021, the set times and the announced afterparties https://balibs.org/how-to-prepare-for-the-global-dance-festival-2021-the-set-times-and-the-announced-afterparties/ https://balibs.org/how-to-prepare-for-the-global-dance-festival-2021-the-set-times-and-the-announced-afterparties/#respond Wed, 21 Jul 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://balibs.org/how-to-prepare-for-the-global-dance-festival-2021-the-set-times-and-the-announced-afterparties/ [ad_1] Set the hours forr World Dance Festival are finally out! So be sure to call your friends and plan your artist lineup, as one of North America’s biggest summer festivals is just days away! This year’s edition takes place this Friday and Saturday on July 23 – July 24 to Strengthen the field stadium. […]]]>


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Set the hours forr World Dance Festival are finally out! So be sure to call your friends and plan your artist lineup, as one of North America’s biggest summer festivals is just days away!

This year’s edition takes place this Friday and Saturday on July 23 – July 24 to Strengthen the field stadium. Denver’s first annual festival brings together some of the industry’s biggest artists and this year is no exception. Kaskade, Tiësto, Excision, and Illenium b2b Said The Sky b2b Dabin, are just a few of the talented artists who perform. With the dance music scene shutting down for the whole of 2020 and until the first half of 2021, Global Dance is the festival we all need! So for those who are still deciding, book your tickets here now to make the most of your summer.

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While waiting patiently for the last days, here are some points to take into account before the festival.

Car park

Many will travel from both inside and outside the state to the festival. For those planning to drive to the site, please note that parking in the neighboring area is prohibited. However, there will be parking in the car parks. Security will help you navigate to the parking areas. Please read the neighborhood parking instructions below from the festival organizers below.

Parking in the streets of the neighborhood surrounding Empower Field at Mile High is strictly prohibited. Customers parking in the neighborhoods surrounding Empower Field in Mile High are subject to citation and towing by the City of Denver’s Right of Way and Permit Enforcement Division. The towed vehicles will be taken to the wastewater management facility at 2e and Umatilla for two hours after the match. To find out if your car has been towed to this facility, please call 720-913-1626.

Lockers

It can be quite tricky to carry your rave merchandise, backpacks, and other accessories. Fortunately, Global Dance has lockers for rent here. The best part yet is that they come with phone chargers to recharge the batteries!

Hydration

The heat of Denver is no joke! As the festival takes place in the middle of summer, it is vital to drink plenty of water. For those who are not from Denver, the high elevation change can also impact air intake and lung capacity. There will be water points all over the festival grounds, so make frequent trips there if you have to.

Food

Some of Mile High’s best food trucks will be set up inside the site. Yes, that means the food will taste really good compared to what you are used to eating at other festivals. In addition, you have the option of supporting local businesses.

Attractions

The festival grounds will feature colorful art installations, perfect for photo ops. To Global Dance veterans, some of your favorite artistic attractions will be making a comeback as well as some new ones. Plus, there will be a silent disco to mix things up. Switch between 3 music channels while you move with your friends.

Afterparty

Once the festival is over, you and your friends might want to grab a bite to recharge after the night out. Or, you can go to one of the afters to continue the night! The iconic locations of the Denver Church and Temple will have Chami, Green velvet and even a special artist hitting decks throughout the weekend. Deorro Reelworks will also resume on Saturday.

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