quantumVALLEY is for the trance fam. This iconic stage is a surefire crowd-pleaser.  


Built of LED walls, the renowned circuitGrounds stage features a diverse lineup. Hosted by Basscon, this stage brings relentless sounds with artists like SAYMYNAME, Lady Faith, Lil Texas, and Dr Phunk. EDC LAS VEGAS 2021: KINETICFIELD

Hit EDC’s legendary main stage for a top-tier experience featuring some of the biggest DJs in the world like DJ Snake, Alesso, The Chainsmokers, Tiesto, Kygo, and Kaskade. Featuring fast-rising house artists like J. Worra, OMNOM, Dr. Follow us on socials Catch house acts like Dom Dolla, Claptone, and Meduza as well as bass artists like Excision, ATLiens, and SLANDER. 


Hosted by HARD, the cosmicMeadow stage allows you to immerse yourself in high-energy performances from some of the top house, bass, and melodic artists in the industry. EDC LAS VEGAS 2021: STEREOBLOOM

Last but definitely not least is Insomniac Record’s stereoBLOOM stage. EDC 2021, here we come! You can download the Insomniac app to view the set times, conveniently plan your experience, and access up-to-date information. Hosted by Factory93, neonGarden will highlight artists like Black Coffee, Nina Kraviz, The Martinez Brothers, and deadmau5’s TESTPILOT alias. 


Experience all forms of hardstyle at EDC’s wasteLAND. Hosted by Bassrush, this stage showcases DJs like Sullivan King, 12th Planet, Subtronics, Kayzo and Knife Party. Fresch, LP Giobbi, and John Summit, you can definitely count on a fun and bouncy party here. Shuffle to Walker & Royce, VNSSA, and Born Dirty, or head bang to Flosstradamus, Knife Party, or PEEKABOO. 


The bassPOD stage is fashioned for the railbreakers. EDC LAS VEGAS 2021: NEONGARDEN

If you’re looking for deep and dark warehouse sounds, look no further. Hosted by Dreamstate, this stage features the hypnotic sounds of DJs like Vini Vici, Audien, Andrew Bayer, and Infected Mushroom.

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Accentuating the bassline and breakdowns, Swiss DJ and producer Deetron then delivers pitched-up remixes on the flip-side. Deetron is a Swiss DJ and producer who makes warm techno with the soul of Detroit. The single follows August’s ‘Final String’, a club track brimming with grace and poignance that marked the first release on All I Need. Andrea also performed at Creamfields, Elrow Amsterdam, as well as Drumsheds for Carl Cox Invites last month. It represents a philosophy, a way of life and the desire to put music and creativity at the centre of your world. The second stellar release in quick succession, Andrea Oliva continues to shape his new imprint. ANDREA OLIVA

A statement that encapsulates the crucial role that music plays in Andrea’s life – and the lives of music lovers all over the world – All I Need is composed of a music label, events wing and upcoming fashion line. He has released on labels such as Intec, Music Man and Ongaku, and most recently dropped a remix of ‘My Journey Into Eternity’ by Dukwa. Follow us on socials He has also released on labels including Hot Creations, Desolat, Truesoul, Play It Say It, Saved and Relief Records. Eventually he made his way to Ibiza, where in 2004 he was first invited to DJ at Space and would later headline ANTS Ushuaia for many years. Having taught himself to DJ at the age of 13, Andrea enjoyed a rapid ascent through the ranks. Ibiza legend Andrea Oliva has unveiled new single ‘Playa’, the second release on his freshly launched All I Need record label! Propelled by infectious grooves, low-slung bass and euphoric piano chords, ‘Playa’ is a rousing percussive house cut with serious party-starting appeal.

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Ronnie Pacitti drops stunning double A-side on Champion Records!

Follow us on socials Fast forward 15 years, the DJ & Producer has been sharing stages with the likes of Hot Since 82, Patrick Topping, Gorgon City, Dusky & many more. 2021 has already seen Ronnie release on the heavily respected Stress Records and on Skream’s Of Unsound Mind. The powerful ‘Destiny’ was made for peak-time dancefloors and will immediately make the hairs on the back of the neck stand up! Ronnie’s music delves into the more melodic side of house and is deep-rooted with chord progressions that invoke a feeling of modernistic nostalgia. The euphoric 4/4 beats and “it’s destiny” female vocal refrain throughout hark back to the emotional feeling of early 2000s raves, but updated perfectly for 2021. Acclaimed House Producer & DJ Ronnie Pacitti joins the legendary Champion Records with the sublime double A-side release ‘Destiny’ / ‘Show It All’. The vibrant ‘Show It All’ is inspired by ‘90s vocal piano house, but with a modern flavour, after Ronnie Pacitti had been listening back to lots of old records. Ronnie said: “I really love that diva style of vocal you hear in a lot of the old records, and I wanted to try and combine that with the melodic energy I tend to create in my music.” Born in Aberdeen, Ronnie Pacitti started his life in music at a young age. Growing up, Ronnie looked up to his Dad, who was a well-known DJ in Scotland, and spent a lot of his childhood in his Dad’s record shop and studio. Ronnie Pacitti

Even though he never realised at the time, growing up in the shop and around all those synthesisers played a major part in shaping where he is today. Support for Ronnie Pacitti’s releases has come from Claptone, Tough Love, Annie Mac, Kryder, and radio play from Ben Malone on KISS Nights and BBC Introducing Scotland.

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Pavel Khvaleev embarks on a new album odyssey with ‘Inhale’!

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Among them you’ll find gifted contributions from the likes of Miss Monique, Avis Vox, Matvey Emerson, RINNGS, Dalli, Abra Taylor, Erase Me, Blackfeel Wite and Leusin – all of whom add fascinating textures to the dual albums’ context. In both implication and effect, Pavel & PARAFRAME see their music – almost simultaneously – as either an anticipatory inhalation or an unwinding exhalation. Into the albums’ mainframe, Pavel again hyper-connects the music and its accompanying imagery. A swirling universe of sound and sight, and one that’s going to keep on expanding over the autumn, winter and through into ‘22, with ‘Inhale’, the albums start drawing breath on Oct 29. There is additional good fortune to the release’s timing, as it also falls into step with the reawakening of dancefloors in many parts of the world. Start exploring it here: ( Lending more insight to the thinking behind them, Pavel said: “there is an ancient parable I often recall… Once speech, eyesight, hearing, mind and breath had an argument as to which was more important for living. Thus, in quick succession throughout October and November, he will release two full-length longplayers. Back in January, under the newly affixed PARAFRAME name, he began drip-feeding releases into the electronic music system. Through the arresting visual spectacles of forerunner singles like ‘Rider’ (with Miss Monique) and ‘Space Odyssey’, he again dazzles on a multisensory level. Similar in their Khvaleev-ese production ‘language’, yes, but tonally, set firmly apart. Having lost its breath however, the man’s body started to vanish, and then each party acknowledged that breathing was the most essential element of life. Breathing naturally consists of two actions, both of which are key to its process. The more club-angled and energizing of the two, it’s where all the project’s pulse, drive, bass and (naturally!) drum are quartered. It was this co-existence that I wanted to reflect through a music project – the essential message being: as artists, we don’t always need to be one style and not another”. 

While PARAFRAME’s ‘Exhale’ was the first album to be completed, as the first stage of the breathing dynamic it’s Pavel’s ‘Inhale’ that’s first to release. For it, Khvaleev taps into the wider electronic music range, delivering a complex collage of progressive, techno and trance. When the man stopped talking, seeing, hearing or thinking, he only lost these sensations, but never ceased to exist. Follow us on socials When though is an album project, with some remarkably altered sonic states (and produced throughout 2020) not one then? Pavel Khvaleev

For it, vocal collaborators, both new to Pavel’s universe and already well established, join him. Oh and remember: we’re not talking ‘album’, but rather albums, plural!”

Already known for having a fair amount of stylistic bandwidth, this isn’t Pavel’s first trip into the multi-toned production space. In order to set it apart (and address fans the right way), he assumed a new artist extension for it. “Well, for one, he clarifies, when it was the (pre-pandemic) plan all along. “No, not a lockdown album”, smiles Pavel Khvaleev, albeit with enough emphasis to leave little doubt. There’s no exhalation without an inhalation and vice versa. To date though, it’s certainly his most structured.