Watch the Techno For Humanity Party Live from Antwerp

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The techno community has united together in support of the Syrian Refugees, and the unfortunate crisis that they currently find themselves enduring. Where many have turned a blind eye to the situation, the techno community shines light on the issue in the way we know best…the music.

Organized by Ida Engberg and multiple humanitarian organizations, Techno for Humanity will take place today, September 17th, in Antwerp with a supportive lineup comprised of artists Marco Faraone, Heidi, Guti, Marc Houle, David Squillace, Yousef, Christian Smith, and of course, Adam Beyer and Ida Engberg.

Be-at.tv will be hosting the live stream of Techno for Humanity in it’s entirety, and is in full support of the cause and efforts of those wishing to shine light on the Syrian Refugees.

Electric Zoo Transformed: Experience it Live on Beatports Twitch Channel

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Caught a cold? Lost your wallet? There are a multitude of reasons why many may not be heading out to Electric Zoo this year, but have no fear. Thanks to Beatport and T-Mobile, you will get to experience this world renowned festival through the comfort of your own computer or smart phone.

Electric Zoo will be taking place this Labor Day Weekend (September 4, 5 & 6) at Randall’s Island Park, with the live stream being available to everyone throughout the weekend.

The Electric Zoo line up includes a huge roster of superstar DJ’s from all genres, with the live stream mostly catering to the fans of Big Room and “Beatport” Progressive. The Electric Zoo live stream will feature artists such as Above and Beyond, Ansolo, Audien, Bassjackers, 3lau, Borgore, Brillz, Claptone, Coone, Deorro, Don Diablo, Dirty South, DVBBS, EDX, Sam Feldt, Gramatik, Headhunterz, Oliver Heldens, Thomas Jack, Keys n Krates, NERVO, Robin Schulz, TJR and more.

Watch live video from Beatport on www.twitch.tv

Joris Voorn B2B Nic Fanciulli at BPM 2015

Who are the strongest artists in the tech house field? Individually, Joris Voorn and Nic Fanciulli rank high on the list of prominent tech house artists, but when they join forces the result is rather fantastic. The two recently teamed up at BPM for the La Familia party, and put down an impressive set that lasted well into the morning.

 

Voorn and Fanciulli compliment each others style perfectly, which resulted in a perfect fusion for their extended back-to-back. Throughout the almost five hour journey they had everything from gritty tech house, uplifting classic house cuts, vocal jams, and even included a throwback to Supermode’s Tell Me Why as the morning sun warmed the dance floor. The set is nothing short of excellent, so if you missed it you can catch the audio/video stream below. A perfect mix to get through half the work day.

Joris Voorn on: Facebook | Soundcloud | Resident Advisor
Nic Fanciulli on: Facebook | Soundcloud | Resident Advisor

Be-at TV Live Stream of the 2015 BPM Festival

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The great migration to Playa Del Carmen, Mexico for the annual BPM Festival has already begun. Many music and nightlife enthusiasts already have their feet in the sand, and are gearing up for the ten day vacation in the festivals beautiful Mexican location. Unfortunately, we all can’t be there, but that’s where the folks at Be-at TV come in. The premiere streaming website will be featuring live and recorded video streams of a grip of parties throughout the ten day marathon. They’ve kicked off their 2015 streaming with the Stereo Productions and RUMORS events. Not a bad start, but the best is yet to come.

For a more detailed streaming schedule you can head over to Be-at TV’s schedule of events.

BPM Festival is the perfect get away for fans and artists alike, while still providing world class talent from many noteworthy labels. Be-at TV will be able to satisfy all of our BPM desires by streaming parties such as All Day I Dream, In The MOOD, the Diynamic Showcase, and the Cadenza party amongst many more.

BPM has risen to become one of the leading festivals in the underground community. It is a time of year for artists to decompress in the beautiful setting of Playa Del Carmen and Tulum, while still showcasing new music for the upcoming year. And for the attendees it is a perfect way to start the new year on the right foot. Day 1 is already in the books this year, but this is just the beginning of what should be another fantastic year for everyone.

So although we won’t be grooving on the dance floors at BPM, we can still groove at home and catch all of the fantastic events that are going down over the next week. For those that missed it, here’s Guy Gerber’s RUMOR party that kicked off BPM this year.

Guti & Martin Buttrich Live @ Mixmag Lab LA

Mixmag LAThis past weekend Los Angeles was graced with some incredible music courtesy of Guti and Martin Buttrich. Prior to playing at Sound Nightclub for Buttrich’s 20 Year Celebration Tour, the two put down an incredible set for Mixmag’s Lab LA stream series. Armed with a TR-8, Allen & Heath mixers, and what appears to be a double-barreled tequila dispenser, Guti and Buttrich flowed seamlessly between house and deep tech grooves to warm up the evening.

Every Friday Mixmag hosts incredible artists to take over the decks and deliver quality music for the weekly web broadcast. This week the vibe was intimate, and the music selection couldn’t portray that more accurately. If you missed them at Sound or missed the live stream, you can see Guti and Buttrich’s full back-to-back set from LAB: LA below. Listening to these two amazing artists go back-to-back is the perfect way to start the last month of 2014. Enjoy!

Martin Buttrich on Facebook | Soundcloud | Resident Advisor | Juno Download

Guti on Facebook | Soundcloud | Resident Advisor | Juno Download

Paco Osuna LIVE at Beatport Berlin – TUNE IN NOW

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Tune in to the Beatport LIVE feed here

Spanning his 20-year career, Paco Osuna, 40, has always fostered a genuine love for dance music. Throughout the ’90s, the Barcelona-based techno kingpin spent time developing his craft, working in record shops and haunting Spanish nightclubs for a glimpse of what the future held. In 1999, he got his first big break, scoring a coveted residency at Amnesia Ibiza where he was able to establish his own unique electronic sound. From there, German techno legend Sven Väth plucked him up and became his mentor. Since then, Osuna’s musical focus has shifted from house to techno, but his passion for electronic music has never wavered.

“The bassline is my obsession,” he explains. “It’s the key ingredient to making picture-perfect techno and playing incredible, unflaggingly energetic DJ sets.”

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Over the years Paco Osuna has achieved a great deal, which is reflected in his popularity as an artist and producer. In a continual evolution of his sound, he has managed to coat the purest minimalist sounds, combining them with his most characteristic fibers; depth, darkness and intelligence. Through his passion and intensity, Paco has made people in the scene take note of his creativity and innovation, always telling a story and establishing a connection with those who hear him play. Throughout his career he has shown himself to be, without a shadow of a doubt, our prime international ambassador. Over the last few years he has been awarded several of the most important prizes going in our country: ‘Best Artist’ and ‘Best Techno DJ’ (Vicious Awards, 2011); ‘Best Artist’, ‘Best Producer’ and ‘Best Remix’: ‘Plastikman- Ethnik’ (DJ Mag Awards, 2011); ‘Best Artist’ (Deejay Awards); ‘Artist of the Year’, ‘Best National Artist’ and ‘Best Techno DJ’ (Vicious Awards, 2012); ‘Artist of the Year’ (Ritmos XXL, 2012), etc.

Tune into this very special Beatport Live session to hear selections from his debut LP Long Play on Richie Hawtin’s Minus imprint. Check out the live feed here going on live and direct from Beatport Berlin.