Everything you missed in the world of dance music this weekend
Eric Prydz Finally Released Opus
Ten years in the making, underground legend, Eric Prydz, has finally dropped his debut full length. Prydz made his name with chart topping hits such as "Call On Me", "Pjanoo" and "Proper Education" and has maintained a strong reputation in the underground scene. He has previously released a full length under his Pryda alias, but this is the first under the Eric Prydz name. You can stream Opus now on Spotify.
Sydney Will Have No New Nightclubs Until 2017
Australia's war on clubbing continues as it was announced that a controversial ban which prevents any new nightclub from obtaining a license for the duration of 2015 has been extended to run until at least next year. This comes amid continued protests against the controversial 'lock out' laws and a report that found the nightlife industry is expected to decline by 2.9% this year.
Kaytranada Has Had His Juno Nomination Revoked
It's been a tough week for Canadian Future Soul pioneer, Kaytranda. His track "At All" had been nominated for Dance Recording Of The Year in the 2016 edition of the 'Canadian Grammys'. But over the weekend it emerged his nomination had been revoked and replaced by "Zero Gravity" by Boregous & Lights. Kaytra wasn't best impressed and took to Twitter to voice his frustration, calling the award ceremony "out of touch".
Skrillex Has Been In the Studio With Marshmello
The rumours appear to be true surrounding a collaboration between Skrillex and mysterious producer, Mashmello. Over the weekend Skrillex uploaded a few Snapchat videos of him and Marshmello messing around in the studio.
08 Feb 2016