Tony Ware

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  • 4 years ago | Music News

    For its 13th-annual edition, the Ultra Music Festival has expanded to three full days of electronic excess with a 200-plus-act lineup that's just as stacked as ever, featuring dance music legends like Underworld, Carl Cox, and Moby as well as cros...

  • 5 years ago | Concerts

    Songwriter Dan Snaith, who records as Caribou, released his first record in 2000 under the name of Manitoba (he changed it in 2004 after a lawsuit from "Handsome" Dick Manitoba of New York protopunks the Dictators). Snaith, a Canada native, found ...

  • 5 years ago | Music News

    The music of the Juan MacLean, AKA the sometimes brooding, sometimes blissed-out alter ego of onetime tone-mangling spazz rocker John Mac­Lean, has always been a venue for both euphoria and paranoia in a synth-pop sizzle, exploring relationshi...

  • 5 years ago | Concerts

    In a world where divas are bionically enhanced, the bloom of marquees and floodlights can be seen from space, and the energy crisis has been averted by harnessing the kinetic motion of dance floors, power house is the genre of choice. And those wh...

  • 5 years ago | Music News

    For most people, a little summer lovin' lasts two to three months, tops. Wales-born, East London-based DJ/producer Jamie Jones, however, began feeling the seasonal love last year in March, at the Winter Music Conference. It was then that his track...

  • 6 years ago | Music News

    Berlin is a fascinating, postindustrial landscape of architectural reconstruction and musical deconstruction. With a Tetris-like, physically shifting backdrop, the city offers all manner of spacious cavities to inspire composers. Among those so in...