The Future Will See You Now

‘Clubcast’ Live Streams DJs’ Sets, If Dancing At Screens Is Your Thing

With Clubcast, DJs can broadcast their sets live from thousands of miles away. (Mixify)

Imagine going to a club to see a DJ perform live — from 5,000 miles away.

Mixify, the online platform that lets you live stream DJs’ EDM tracks, has just introduced Clubcast, a service that lets venues live stream an HD video feed of a DJ’s set directly into their premises. Clubcast works two-ways, meaning not only can club-goers see the DJ, but the DJ can also see his or her audience and gauge their reactions to the music.  Read More

awards season

Ryan Seacrest Oddly Not Involved in YouTube’s First-Ever Music Awards Show

Area woman slated to appear. (Photo: File)

Someone wake Giuliana Rancic from her bed in the middle of the Rockefeller Center Anthropologie, because YouTube is planning its first award show. The YouTube Music Awards is slated for Nov. 3 and will feature performances the kind of up-and-comers the platform is so great at spotlighting, like Lady Gaga, Arcade Fire and Eminem. It’ll be beamed to your computers live from Pier 36 in the Lower East Side. Read More

Brooklyn We Go Hard

At Baby DJ School, Tots Drop Bombs (And Not Just in Their Diapers)

"That's that shit" (Photo:

“My name is Oliver and I’m here to say/I like organic onesies and gluten-free cake,” is just one of the rhyming couplets we imagine Brooklyn babies are incorporating into their sick beats at a new DJ school for babies. Because, yes, Baby DJ School exists nowadays.

It’s an eight-week program for individuals ages three and below. Natalie Elizabeth Weiss, a DJ who’s worked with LCD Soundsystem, Fischerspooner, and other big kids with turntables, will orchestrate the whole thing. Read More

Visiting Dignitaries

Groupon Founder Andrew Mason’s Album of ‘Motivational Business Music’ Drops July 2nd

Here's the album cover! (Photo via Andrew Mason)

Last month we reported that former Groupon CEO Andrew Mason was eschewing the traditional “taking a break to spend time with his family” routine in lieu of one that would make “investors” like proud: Mr. Mason, who was fired from the daily deals site he founded earlier this year, has recently been spending time in L.A. recording his first album of “motivational business music,” entitled “Hardly Workin’.” Read More