If this doesn’t make you want to attend Imagine Music Festival, nothing will.
If you’ve ever been curious about attending Imagine Music Festival, a new documentary promises to give you a closer look. Imagine Nation is the brainchild of White Sky Visuals/Carmel Ceravolo Films, and it follows a handful of revelers along on their journey at the 2018 edition of the Atlanta, Georgia festival.
From beginning to end, the film tells the Imagine Music Festival story from numerous angles – each of which was captured from Red Epic-W 8K red cameras. IRIS Presents founders Glenn and Madeleine Goodhand as well as several performers and crew members also make appearances over the course of the runtime. Dazzling performance footage of Illenium, Tiësto, Claude VonStroke, Liquid Stranger and deadmau5 rounds out the remainder of the audiovisual spectacle.
Each year, Imagine Music Festival draws over 50,000 electronic music fans to the Atlanta Motor Speedway across three days. IRIS Presents also organizes smaller events throughout Atlanta in addition to Washington D.C. and NYC.
White Sky Visuals is owned and operated by Carmel Ceravolo, a DJ, producer, instrumentalist and filmmaker based in Los Angeles, California. Gucci Mane, Hayley Kiyoko and BlocBoy JB are among his clientele, and his videos have been featured in articles by Complex, Huffington Post and Billboard.
To rent or buy Imagine Nation on Amazon, click here.
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By Real EDM — 1 year ago
The Martinez Brother brought back their second 24-hour Miami closing party with a marathon b2b with Marco Carola.
Catching the side eye from buxom models as I gave my name for the press list was in itself a small victory.
Miami was the scene and space was the place to host Cuttin Headz 24-hour party, featuring a marathon b2b performance from Bronx royalty the Martinez Brothers and the don of Music On, Marco Carola.
As the climactic finale to another March in Miami, The Martinez Brothers were preparing to beat their own PR for longest DJ performance. Although the boys have been known to pull some 14-hour sets at Sunwaves and at Space’s neighboring nightclub Heart, they had only clocked in a full 24 hours once before – at last year’s Club Space blow-out.
Although their first 24-hour Miami Music Week party in 2017 had been a wild success, this year The Martinez Brothers were intent on making a statement. Enlisting seasoned marathon DJ, Marco Carola, was not only a major selling point to Miami’s elite techno fans, it also signified a new era for the boys. Steven and Chris Martinez spent most of their youth performing before a sea of moving bodies in their decade-long career, now the 20-something brothers have ushered in a new phase, not just as DJs on a lineup but as a headlining brand.
The support was strong for the set to come straight out of the gate. Officially clocking in shortly before 6 am Monday morning, the energy immediately changed, heightening to palpable levels. The crowd was seasoned and primed for the sort of party that just keeps going. With their sunglasses on long before dawn, their souls were ripe for the taking for the musical sermon to come.
In the booth, the men at work were never short on friendly support as DJs and colleagues gave their respects to the young guns. Everyone from Jackmaster to Guti, Loco Dice to Mark Knight, (and even a surprise appearance from DJ Carnage) came to pay tribute to a phenomenon that rarely occurs on US soil.
Although Miami has the benefit of being a global nightlife hub and receives the rare privilege of pushing 2 am curfews, a 24-hour banger is an even rarely witnessed in a “post-rave” society. Even beyond the US, the current norm of overbooked talent and saturated markets does not often present the opportunity for a proper sesh.
And yet here we were. Well rested and poised to follow the sun’s voyage across the sky; rising out of the darkness to shed light on flowing bodies on the on the Space Terrace only to plunge back into horizon as the records kept on spinning.
Programming such a set is no easy feat either, it takes an acute knowledge for reading a room. Push too much and you might tired out the crowd too early, move too slow and you might lose the energy entirely. And so the music played on, bearing witness to the latin lovers, disco divas, and even a few would-be gogo dancers.
As the day ticked by, there was no guarantee that Marco and the boys would be satisfied with just 24 hours. As 6 am came and went for a second time, there was a feeling that perhaps the music would never stop. That the crowd, the DJs, and the music would be suspended, locked into a moment in time playing the soundtrack to a nearly forgotten fever dream.
Eventually, however, the spell was lifted. The crowd, and the DJs too, were tired despite being carried by the spirit of a rarely experienced, but frequently reminisced, spectacle. Thirty-two hours after the set began, it finally came to a close with a roar of applause and whistles through the crowd signifying the celebration – and achievement – of another closing party in Miami.
For those that were there, the memories are timeless. And for those that performed, the feeling, the high from something that most DJs only ever dream about, will be a difficult one to catch.
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By Real EDM — 1 year ago
Tiësto & Sevenn – Boom (Snavs Remix)
Snavs has established himself as a successful DJ/producer remixing and producing some trap and dubstep gems. He has now come out with his latest rework of the monstrously popular track ‘Boom‘. Tiesto‘s and Sevenn‘s brainchild was released earlier this year and has since become a major hit.
The remix is an interesting take on the original. Where the original is more of a deep house number this one takes the path of a more start-stop tune which Snav‘s trademark. His brave effort seems to have paid off as the song has inculcated a fresh element of trap music with the original’s spirit still driving it through. So, turn up the volume and put those bass-tubes to work with this bouncy tune. Listen to it below.
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By Real EDM — 4 months ago
The winter edition featured special guests Armin van Buuren, Nicky Romero and more joining Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike.
Tomorrowland and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike (DVLM) took over Antwerp’s Sportpaleis over four sold-out nights in December. The Belgian DJ duo teamed up with the festival’s organizers to deliver their annual homecoming shows with the winter edition of Garden Of Madness. They have now released their full live set from the event.
The shows were hosted over two consecutive days each, December 14th-15th and December 21st-22nd. Special guests Armin van Buuren, Nicky Romero, Netsky, and Lil Kleine joined the festivities over the two weekends.
In true Tomorrowland style, the level of production left the nearly 20,000 attendees mesmerized. The jaw-dropping new main stage design was accompanied by an array of visuals, CO2 cannons, pyrotechnics and special effects that resulted in an unforgettable audio-visual extravaganza.
Over the last five years, DVLM and Tomorrowland have brought together more than 300,000 visitors from all over with their unique Bringing the Madness concerts. In addition to that, after a stacked summer season of Garden of Madness in Ibiza where the duo were joined by the likes of Diplo, Lost Frequencies, Steve Angello, Steve Aoki and many more, DVLM brought Garden of Madness to Belgium for its winter edition. They are now giving their fans a chance to relive the December 2018 spectacle by releasing the full live set.
Dimitri Thivaios and Michael Thivaios (A.K.A. Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike) recently won MTV’s Best Belgian Act award and returned to their hometown to close out what has been one of their busiest years to date. From “All I need” alongside trap pioneer Gucci Mane to the juggernaut anthem of the summer “When I Grow Up” alongside hip-hop galáctico Wiz Khalifa, the brothers have worked with a myriad of artists in the recent past.
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