The TomorrowLand 2014 Aftermovie Will Make You Wish You Were There

2014 marked Tomorrowland’s 10th anniversary at their location in Belgium. With this, ID&T, the promoters of the festival, figured that they had to go all out. And, they definitely didn’t disappoint.

With over 400,000 attendees, Tomorrowland was up against a challenge of wowing every attendee that came to the festival across the 2 weekends. For festivals like Tomorrowland, the aftermovie is what counts.

Throughout the aftermovie, you’ll see clips from massive performances by Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, David Guetta, Armin Van Buuren, and more. Like every Tomorrowland aftermovie, the soundtrack was curated and mixed by DV & LM. TomorrowWorld is just around the corner for ID&T fans, so the madness isn’t over just yet.

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Event: Bad Kids Collective presents “Bad BirthDay Club” @ The Attic, NYC (9/13)

It was just a few years back when I heard of the “Bad Kids” for the first time, they were organizing a Bad Kids Collective party bus to take fans to the EDCNY in style. This one of their earliest parties, now a few years later they are really starting to make a name for themselves with their creative festival gear and killer ‘Bad Kids Day Club’ parties. They have their apparel being worn by some pretty big name’s including Laidback Luke, Matt Goldman, DJ Gazzo, and Tyler Sherritt just to name a few of the many supporters. This Saturday, September 13th they will be hosting the latest edition of their day club party at ‘The Attic’ in New York City. The event will be headlined by our friend Kasum, and tickets start at just $35 including a 2-hour open bar courtesy of PRUV Vodka from 3-5PM. Mark my words, you do not want to pass up this opportunity to party with the whole Bad Kids Collective crew!

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Event: Tchami @ The Hoxton, Toronto (Sept.5)

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Having emerged from the the Fray in 2013, in his Fool’s Gold debut (with a pair of clubhouse tracks : ” Shot Caller” and  “Promesses”) Parisian producer, Tchami – has been leading the future house movement, dignifying himself in the eyes of many concert goers.

When asked what the difference was between future house and house music in which it builds upon in an interview with THUMP, Tchami replied : “I came up with that “future house” thing without thinking it would be important for anyone but me. Basically, future house means “something new in house music.” So whatever goes outside the rules can be future house. It’s up to you to make something personal or to do what everybody else is doing right now”.

Being able to resonate with his progressive perspective, I was extremely excited to see what Tchami could bring to a live performance.  Set to headline at The Hoxton, a venue, known for it’s narrow structure – intimate interaction was a guarantee( forced or not – you decide).

When Tchami took the stage, you already knew that the night was far from over and as I always say – ” Always down but never done”. Bringing heavy treble to his set, you can feel the the flex in the wooden planks in which we danced upon. I was privileged enough to access the stage, and being able to see the crowd absolutely lose it from Tchami’s vantage point was surreal.

Having sampled Don Diablo’s ” Anytime” –  ” House time is anytime and anytime is house time” rang loud reminding us that house may just very well be the remedy that we’ve been looking for. ” Tchami’s set included many of his remixes including  Aluna George’s  “You Know You Like It” and Rob Base & DJ Easy Rock’s “It Takes Two.  Though upholding a mysterious demeanour with the clerical collar and pastoral garments –  it’s a matter of time before Tchami breaks into the sphere of elite Dj’s.

Despite, having to trek home in the pouring rain –  it was impossible to dampen my mood after seeing Tchami do what he does best. And though I’m far from bilingual I’m going to go ahead and say  it- C’est la Vie.

Event: Life Is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas [Oct. 24th - 26th]

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First and foremost, Life Is Beautiful is an inspirational company created to help people overcome obstacles and chase their dreamsLife Is Beautiful is a lifestyle event hosted in downtown Las Vegas that’s about to take a huge leap forward with their monster line-up they put together this year. It’s not the craziest line-up but it does feature some top notch players.

Tickets have been on sale for a little while but with a line-up like this, if you have the funds, this is a very attractive festival. It features a great mixture of genres and artists. If you’ve been to any festival already this summer you’ve probably already seen OutKast but a day with Kanye West right after The Weeknd is a perfect day in my book. Not to mention the last day with A-Trak, Skrillex, and then the Foo Fighters. Sounds like a no-brainer – Vegas baby!

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Event: “Wild On Tour: Borgore & GTA” @ The Armory [Albany, NY]


Albany! Are you ready to kick off the semester the right way? Well NV Concepts & Student City are bringing their “Wild On” college tour to The Armory on Friday, September 12th. The fall tour is set to hit major college towns across the United States, bringing along a wide variety of superstar DJ’s and top notch production.  Albany is lucky, we have the privilege of kick off this huge tour with 2 huge names in EDM. They are Borgore & GTA, guy’s who are just coming off a summer of playing some of the biggest festivals all over the world. Who else could be better to get this jungle-themed party turned up then these guys. Make sure to grab your tickets ASAP, because you do not want to be the one person in class on Monday morning who missed out on this legendary party!

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Zeds Dead Threw Down An Insane House Party At TomorrowLand

#SmirnoffHouse was the place to be at TomorrowLand. And finally, Zeds Dead released their party that they hosted there in a mini after movie, and it’s absolutely insane. Girls everywhere, people dancing everywhere…Honestly, this entire video will give you intense FOMO. And what better soundtrack than Zeds Dead’s hit, “Hadouken.”