Diskolab Announces Wynwood Fear Factory in Miami Halloween Weekend

After making its debut in 2016, Wynwood Feat Factory is back for another scary year. The event became wildly popular with last year’s performers such as Armin van Buuren, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Flosstradamus, Adventure Club, Borgore and Oliver Heldens, with about 10,000 attendees over the weekend.

The Southeast region’s largest music and Halloween-themed festival returns to Miami presented by DiskoLab, on Saturday, October 28 and Sunday, October 29. The second edition is expected to be even bigger and better with big-name lineups and enhanced production. It will include multiple new features such as haunted attractions, entertainment, performers, art installations and popular food vendors.

The two-day extravaganza will take place at the “abandoned” old RC Cola Plant, located in Miami’s Wynwood Art District, which is the trendiest neighborhood in the city, showcasing art gallaries, restaurants/nightlife spots, and street art.



DiskoLab has also produced sold out events at this venue with Above & Beyond, Eric Prydz and Steve Aoki for his Dim Mak Miami takeover during Miami Music Week 2017.

Early bird general admission & VIP tickets go on sale Thursday, June 29 at 1pm EST via www.wynwoodfearfactory.com. GA tickets are 18+ ages, VIP Tickets are 21+. VIP tickets include VIP priority entry and exclusive access to a private VIP area with elevated viewing deck, 21+ bars, premium restroom trailers, and specialty WFF gift bag.   There will also be an exclusive VIP deck for bottle service with VIP pricing to be released soon.

Check out last year’s official aftermovie, which will only give you a taste of what’s to come this Halloween.


Wynwood Fear Factory Miami 2016 Aftermovie

Memories from #WFFMiami 2016! Check out the official after movie!

Posted by Wynwood Fear Factory on Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Hardwell And Asia’s Pop Star Jolin Tsai Release “We Are One”

One of the industry’s biggest DJ/producers, Hardwell, is taking the EDM scene by a storm from releasing top hit singles to being voted twice as the No. 1 DJ in the world. From being the first artists to release a single via Shazam to being the first DJ to launch his own Facebook Messenger Bot, his new partnership with China Mobile once more aligns Hardwell with a tech giant and demonstrates his clear drive to push the boundaries of how his music reaching his fan base.

With a large number of Hardwell’s fans in the region being active China Mobile users, this exclusive partnership creates a dynamic new way for his fans to enjoy his music. Hardwell teamed up with one of Asia’s biggest pop sensations Jolin Tsai for a hot new release called “We Are One.”

Jolin has been cited by many as the “Asian Madonna” with over 25 million record sales to date. With over 37 million followers on Weibo and 2.3 million followers on Instagram, Jolin also boasts having had over 100 million downloads on her songs, giving her the highest record sales for an Asia female pop singer.

As part of this highly anticipated studio release, the duo has partnered with China’s biggest mobile operating China Mobile Cooperation who have made the record available to its 800 million subscribers as a first listen premiere of an enormous pop-meets-dance collaboration. Early support for ‘We Are One’ has already put the single at #1 in the Taiwanese iTunes chart and on the Chinese download platforms QQ and Kuwa – which is an impressive feat for an English speaking dance record.

Hardwell explained, “Anyone who follows my career knows I’ve always tried to find new and cool ways to release my music. I’ve being touring Asia for many years now, both as a festival headliner and with my new Macau residency, I’ve also brought along my Revealed Recordings crew to hold down a residency in Guangzhou.  Asia is one of the most exciting, emerging markets on the planet for dance music right now! Working with Jolin on this record was a great experience and we wanted to find a way to deliver it to the fans in a unique way. Joining forces with China Mobile opens up a direct doorway to many of Jolin’s and my Asian fans so it felt the perfect opportunity for us to bring our world’s together on ‘We Are One’ and deliver some fresh new music to millions of fans!”

This exclusive version of “We Are One” features energetic melodic builds, distinctive Hardwell flavored beats and plenty of drive to ignite the largest festival mainstages. Jolin’s voice on the top line brings a unique pop zest that will embed itself in your head proving it’s catchy, and almost certainly ageless, quality. An alternative version will be coming soon on Revealed Recordings on a forthcoming Hardwell EP.

To purchase the song, click here.

Meet The Stage Designers Behind EDC’s Infamous bassPOD


Meet Heather Shaw and Elliott Dunwody who are a big part of the Vita Motus Design Studio, the team behind EDC’s awesome stages. The bassPOD is one of the coolest stages at EDCLV designed to make you feel that you’re in the center of all the action. A stage that can shoot fire up to 50 ft in the air with awesome LED panels for sick lights and graphics!


Dj Khaled’s Not So Good, Very Bad Night at EDC Vegas

It should have been Dj Khaled’s time to get some good videos and photos for his Snapchat or Instagram. Instead, Dj Khaled, invited to perform on the last day of EDC Las Vegas this year, was booed off the stage after a set of sound issues, famous catch phrases, and short abrupt transitions from one 30 seconds of a track to another by his DJ.


The crowd could only take so much, erupting into a chorus of boos and aggravating grumbling.  Dj Khaled, dedicated to the show going on in spite of a bad crowd reaction, moved around on stage and mustered his best lines to try to win his audience over to no avail. Dj Khaled claimed on Instagram that his set had problems because of the sound crew and alleged that they cut his set short.

A video taken by Yo Swan shows Dj Khaled refusing to exit the stage when prompted. Instead of leaving, the DJ responds by playing “Jump Around” by House Of Pain.  If there had been no sound problems, there is no telling if the crowd would have eventually joined  Mr. Khaled all the way up and willingly put their hands in the air. The world may never know.

EDCLV Tips – Pace Yourself!

It’s that time of year where we all meet up under the electric sky! At this point most of us are either at a pool party, getting f*cked up in a hotel room (drinks are too pricey to be buying them on the strip) or just walking the strip being a tourist. With that said we’re all pretty much pumped and ready for this epic weekend to begin!

Keep in mind that water is a must especially when it’s over 105+ degrees out. Alcohol can dehydrate you as well so better get that water in between shots lol. Pace yourself… it’s going to feel like a marathon, but go at your pace… biggest mistake for me in the past years was trying to do too much during the day and going to EDC at night. know that you can put yourself at risk of a heat stroke and feel the heat exhaustion kicking in.

Know the signs and how to face them.