Bingo Players Announces Out at Night Tour

Bingo Players just announced his upcoming ten-date fall tour. The Out at Night tour hits cities including Denver, Atlantic City, and Los Angeles before closing out with a massive New Year’s Eve show at the esteemed Metropolitan club in New Orleans. Full list of tour dates and details below.

The Dutch DJ is also gearing up to release a new EP this Fall as well as a full-length feature documentary which will showcase history of Bingo Players over the last ten years.

2017 has held many successful club releases for Bingo Players, including his sensational remix of Charlie Puth’s “Attention” which was used in a national Hollister campaign as well his original club bangers,  “Bust This”, “No. 1 Disco,” “Tic Toc” and “Beat The Drum.”

When asked about the tour and upcoming releases Hoogstraten aka Bingo Players says:

“The year might be winding down in theory but I am just getting started. I’ve been working quietly on a batch of new music that I am really excited about, ranging from traditional club records to records that are a bit more experimental. It’s a new shift in my music but still sounds Bingo Players. I’m excited for everyone to hear the new music. We’ve just passed ten years of Bingo Players and I can’t wait for another ten on the road with all of you. I recorded a short documentary to help tell the story of Bingo Players. You can see it shortly, sometime this Fall.

 

BINGO PLAYERS TOUR DATES

11/17 – Temple – Denver, CO

11/18 – Premier Nightclub – Atlantic City, NJ

11/22 – Shephard’s Beach – Clearwater, FL

11/24 – The Space – Westbury, NY

11/25 – Rev – Minneapolis, NM

12/8 – Time – Costa Mesa, CA

12/9 – Create – Los Angles, CA

12/15 – Mosaic – Kansas City, MO

12/31 – Metropolitan – New Orleans, LA

Goldrush Music Festival Announces Themed Stages for inaugural event November 18-19, 2017

Building off of the Wild West concept created for this brand new experience, Relentless Beats has announced details and the lineups behind the three main stages for the two-day event at Rawhide Event Center in Chandler, Arizona this November 18 and 19, 2017. Tapping musical talent from across the globe, each of the four stages will have its own distinct musical focus and vibe, ranging from electronic and dance to hip-hop and bass and of course the RBDeep signature sounds of techno, house and underground. A fourth stage featuring local talent will be announced in the coming weeks. Goldrush Music Festival stages and lineups are as follows:

GOLDEN GORGE

A place thought long to be a myth exists in the deep canyons of the Wild West. With the sonic echo of loud vibrations, mesmerizing lights, and the most sought after resource in all of Arizona… pure gold, welcome to the Golden Gorge, featuring: Marshmello, Migos, Dillon Francis, Lil Uzi Vert, RL Grime, Drezo, Droeloe, Ghastly, Habstrakt, Hippie Sabotage, Judge, Keys N Krates, Lost Kings, Rezz, San Holo and a special performance by Excision.

PIONEER PEAK

Law-abiding citizens and bandits alike gather from all over the Wild West to celebrate the finest in hip-hop, bass, and dirty vibes. Showcasing the O.G. pioneers, along with those trailblazing into new territory, Pioneer Peak will feature: A-Trak b2b Baauer, Azizi Gibson, Barclay Crenshaw, Blu J, Brillz, Flatbush Zombies, Francis Derelle, G-Buck, GG Magree, Injury Reserve, Lil Pump, Malaa, Mija, Party Thieves, Rich Chigga, Smokepurpp, $uicideboy$, Snow tha Product, SuperDuperKyle and Ugly God.

THE HIDEOUT

Outlaws of techno, house, and underground rejoice! This RBDeep fueled sanctuary was built with you in mind. Gather with like-minded citizens of the West and explore the musical frontier with sounds from: Claude VonStroke, Bart Skils, Camelphat, Christian Martin, HOSH, Jeremy Olander, Justin Jay, Mikey Lion and Lee Reynolds, Nicole Moudaber, Oona Dahl, Paco Osuna, Shiba San, Sonny Fodera and Walker & Royce.

Rawhide Event Center is situated on the Gila River Indian Community and is Arizona’s largest 1880s western-themed entertainment venue. Located just south of Phoenix, the venue is a mere 20 minutes from the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in Chandler, AZ. The venue hosts several marquee Relentless Beats events, including; Global Dance Festival, BOO!, Decadence, CRUSH AZ and Phoenix Lights Festival.

Leading up to the inaugural Goldrush Music Festival, Relentless Beats will be hosting a series of Goldrush Expeditions. Kicking off with Ghastly, K?d and Fight Club at The Van Buren on September 30th, before journeying to Salt for Tacos y Tequila with TM88 this past Friday, the series includes a mix of showcases and a DJ competition, all building towards one of the biggest events the Valley has seen. The next expedition will be October 20th, at The Van Buren and feature: Drezo, Wax Motif, Gladiator, Nukid, and Gerry Gonza. A final expedition will take place the night before the festival with Gina Turner at BFF at Bar Smith. Finally, the Goldrush Music Festival DJ Competition Finals will take place November 4th at the Monarch Theatre, with the winner receiving a slot at an upcoming Relentless Beats festival.

General Admission passes for Goldrush Music Festival are on sale now for $179, before fees. VIP passes will be available at two levels: Standard VIP, including everything that a GA tickets provides plus express VIP entrance, a commemorative lanyard, access to VIP lounge, access to VIP viewing deck, premium restrooms and passed desserts in the VIP areas. Gold VIP includes everything that the Standard VIP pass includes, plus: complimentary drinks, side stage viewing at the main stage, access to artist hospitality lounge, steakhouse quality dinner, exclusive festival gift bag, and festival concierge. You must be age 21 and up to purchase Gold VIP passes. Table options overlooking the Golden Gorge stage are currently available. Single day passes are now on sale for $89 and $79, before fees, for Saturday and Sunday respectively. All details and ticket types are available online at www.relentlessbeats.com. Goldrush is an all ages event. Fans under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

BBC Radio 1 DJ Danny Howard Moves to Primetime Friday Night Slot on R1

Dance music advocate Danny Howard has revealed he will be moving on from his acclaimed Saturday show ‘Dance Anthems’ to start a fresh new primetime slot on Friday nights – the biggest night in radio. Broadcasting live from the 11pm, Danny’s move to the specialist show will allow him to bring his club sets to radio.

BBC Radio 1 is the world’s largest radio station, drawing in millions of listeners every day. Following the footsteps of prolific presenters Annie Mac, Pete Tong and Mistajam, the slot will allow Danny to showcase his incredible talent for discovering cutting-edge dance music – bringing his sound to a wider audience.

Announcing the news Thursday morning, Danny Howard says ‘it’s a huge honour for me as well as a life long dream come true and I’m absolutely delighted. I can’t wait to contribute in starting the weekends with a fresh new show, whilst showcasing the very best in electronic music that this world has to offer… it’s going to be a lot of fun!’

It’s an exciting time for the station as they continue to grow and explore how they connect with their listeners. This summer, BBC Radio 1 took Danny Howard alongside Annie Mac across the globe to broadcast live takeovers from the best festivals and events including Hideout Croatia, V Festival, Creamfields and Ibiza – where they did entire weekend takeover.

2017 has been a successful trajectory for Danny as he experienced one of his busiest summers, touring internationally with huge shows at Hideout, V Festival, SW4, Pacha and Creamfields to name a few. On the production side, Danny has released on prestigious labels Toolroom Records, Shadow Child’s Food imprint and more recently Glasgow Underground with his two-track EP ‘Two Three One’. Danny has also been handpicked to craft remixes for Jax Jones’ ‘Housework’ and Erick Morillo’s ‘Break Down The Doors’ for Subliminal Records.

2017 has proven that Danny’s tastemaker status continues to solidify as he joins Annie Mac and Pete Tong on the radio main stage.