Budweiser viral “Infected by Music” with original score from Tiestö & Jauz, is a wonderful piece of creativity and product presentation. And with it’s party-like atmosphere and summerly, festival grooves (electronic music festival Tomorrowland, to be more precise) the perfect way … Continue reading
“Inside a cube fashioned from translucent veils, a dancer takes a visual journey into a 3D space between dreams and reality. Hakanaï is a digital solo performance from Adrien M / Claire B that made its debut at BAM’s Fishman Theatre on March 17, … Continue reading
Get fit with these breakdance moves: Pic of the day.
Best house tracks ever, according to Time Out mag all gathered up here. 80s, 90s name it – Frankie Knuckles, Lil´ Louis, A guy called Gerald are all rocking our house tonight. Friday mode is ON! The 20 best house … Continue reading
Great article on the Legend – the Godfather of Extended Disco Remix on Wax Poetics!!Read now here: Tom Moulton and his extended disco remix forever changed dance music Meeting Tom Moulton is a bit like meeting Henry Ford. Whether you … Continue reading
Remember that Harlem Shake hype from couple of years ago? We are getting ready for the weekend and bring you a short on the man behind; the American DJ and producer Harry Rodrigues, better know as The Baauer and a nice … Continue reading
The origins of breakdancing. It was once upon a time and it was winter!
“Lost in music” is an upcoming the most extensive photographic compilation of 500 images in an exhibition about the 40 years of the club-dance scene in the UK. It all starts at the 5th of February and runs until the 17th of … Continue reading
We bet a lot of your worry gaining all those extra pounds the following feasting weeks of pleasure and decadence and ruining your six-packs and hardbodies. How about this?
Baltimore got not just notoriously famous beacuse of the David Simon super-show “The Wire”, but also because of their wonderful music & a club scene. French director Tim Moreau scratched deeper beyond the surface of this ruthless city bringing you the documentary “Baltimore, … Continue reading
illustrated 1920s to 1940s dances And the sugar at the end: the iconic Disney’s skeleton dance from the 1929. After all it is Halloween soon:
Photographer Jesus Mandrian in his series “Boas Noites” (Good Night) captures the youth and partygoers in the rural Galicia revealing wild nights in the mostly quiet and quite opposite reality: village life and no glamour what so ever waiting outside the … Continue reading