Paul Van Dyk Announces Shine Ibiza 2023, Anoluxx Releases His First Single of the Year, and More

From Kaskade and deadmau5 sharing the release date of debut Kx5 album to HARD Summer music festival returning to LA after a decade, here’s this week in electronic music –

Paul Van Dyk announces SHINE Ibiza 2023!

Veteran DJ Paul van Dyk’s sought-after SHINE Ibiza event series returns to Club Eden in San Antoni for its fourth season! Featuring co-residents Aly & Fila, SHINE Ibiza will set the dancefloor on fire for 11 Thursday nights starting July 6, 2023. Alex M.O.R.P.H. and Kolonie will join the resident DJs to kick off the inaugural party. Ferry Corsten, John O’Callaghan, Bryan Kearney, John 00 Fleming, Alessandra Roncone, Sean & Dee, Amos Riot & Matt Noland, Stoneface & Terminal, among other artists, will join SHINE Ibiza 2023. Additionally, Paul van Dyk will deliver three ‘all night long’ shows this season between July to September. Tickets for SHINE 2023 are on sale now, get yours soon before they sell out!

Anoluxx Releases His First Single of the Year, ‘ID666’

Following the release of their debut track ‘REALM333’ towards the end of last year, anonymous producer Anoluxx has rolled out his newest and first single of 2023 titled ‘ID666.’

Whilst keeping his futuristic sounds intact as with his previous releases, the new single further branches out his artistry that explores cyberpunk and deep techno. “‘ID666’ begins with ethereal atmospherics, slowly taking you into the record’s mechanical stream,” read a press release. “As its drum sequences begin to build underneath the mix, with each kick stuttering against its structure, ‘ID666’ gradually expands in depth.” The single is accompanied by an equally riveting video that features the anonymous DJ. In addition to his debut single, Anoluxx also shared ‘ID777’ and ‘ID444’ last year.

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Ultra Abu Dhabi Announces Line-up for Debut Festival

Ultra Music Festival’s debut show in Abu Dhabi has packed up a thrilling line-up of heavyweights from the electronic music scene! Scheduled to take place on March 4-5 at Etihad Park in Yas Island, Ultra Abu Dhabi has nabbed Calvin Harris, Afrojack, Amelie Lens, KSHMR, Calvin Harris, ILLENIUM, Skrillex, and many more! The release of this phase 1 line-up has the fans excited to have a glimpse at the entire roster of artists who will head to the UAE capital. More announcements will follow in the coming weeks regarding phase 2 line-up and other information. 

Kaskade and deadmau5 Share Release Date of Debut KX5 Album

Since joining forces to create Kx5, fans of Kaskade and deadmau5 have been in a frenzy upon witnessing every release from the duo. Now, after nearly a year of Kx5, the pair have announced the release date of their first-ever album! The self-titled record will arrive on March 17, 2023. Along with this announcement, Kx5 also shared a pre-save link for an upcoming single featuring Florida-based duo SOFI TUKKER.

In December 2022, they broke a record at the Coliseum with their concert “marking the biggest ticketed global dance event of 2022 for a headline artist.” They performed in front of 46,220 fans and netted $3.7 million.

HARD Summer Music Festival Returning to LA After a Decade

After a decade-long hiatus, HARD Summer Music Festival will make its grand return to Los Angeles on August 5–6, 2023. The iconic festival will take over the LA Memorial Coliseum, Exposition Park, BMO Stadium and Exposition Park for its festivities, citing a “brand new, never-before-used venue combination.” Promising a multi-genre music experience stemming from multiple stages and a slew of after-parties, HARD Summer Festival will live up to its name yet again since its inception in 2008. The line-up for the festival is yet to be announced. 

Honey Dijon, Fred Again.., Nia Archives, and More to Perform at Parklife 2023

An entourage of electronic artists has been summoned for this year’s Parklife Festival, slated to be held on June 10 and 11 at Heaton Park. “UK’s largest metropolitan festival” has pooled over 70 artists, with performances to be fanned out across 10 stages. The Prodigy, Honey Dijon, Charlotte de Witte, Carl Cox, Eliza Rose, Sub Focus, Chimpo, Nia Archives, Skrillex, Andy C, Flava D, Goddard, Disrupta, and a bevy of other electronic talents will pump up the crowd with their tunes at the two-day festival.

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