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FOUNDATION NIGHTCLUB Voted #55th In The World

FOUNDATION NIGHTCLUB Voted #55th In The World

EDM NEWS
[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] Foundation Nightclub in Belltown has been voted Number 55 in DJ Mag’s Top 100 Clubs, the most definitive list of clubs that provide the best dance music experience. DJ Mag, the authority and most respected publication in the dance music world, has released the results of its annual Top 100 Clubs poll with Foundation Nightclub ranking for the first time at number 55. Hundreds of thousands of votes have been cast by clubbers, industry experts, and DJs all across the globe, resulting in the definitive collection of nightclubs that provide the best dance music experiences in the world. We have known for years that Seattle is one of the greatest cities for electronic music, it’s amazing to see so many people come together and prove to the rest of the worl

Hammarica.com Daily DJ Interview: Meet KYAU & ALBERT!

EDM NEWS, EVENT NEWS, INTERVIEWS
[wp_ad_camp_2] KYAU & ALBERT are gearing up for a show at FOUNDATION NIGHTCLUB and an appearance at ITV LIVE THE DJ SESSIONS January 26th in Seattle. You can win a meet & greet with the duo by commenting below this post! [wp_ad_camp_1] When was the last time you rocked Seattle? Ralph Kyau: Quite long time ago. It was in September 2011. Steven Albert: I remember we did some jogging in the city. What do you like the best about the city? Ralph Kyau: I love the breweries. Already tested 4 of them in Seattle on our last visits. Do you have any special tracks you know you are going to play out? Steven Albert: We're playing a couple of tracks from our new album 'Nights Awake' and some unreleased material from our label Euphonic. Do you sometimes mix in live vo

Hammarica.com Daily DJ Interview: Robbie Rivera + Giveaway!

COMPETITION, EDM NEWS, INTERVIEWS
[wp_ad_camp_2] Robbie Rivera’s distinctive brand of sexy, pounding, dirty, electro-tinged house music ignites dance-floors across the globe. Throughout the years Robbie’s musical stylings have lead to a strong collection of dance floor favorites attached to his name. Going back to 2002 Rivera released a collaboration with the just starting Axwell entitled “Burning”. The track garnered universal praise and set the stage for his 2003 hit “BANG”, reaching Top 10 on the UK charts, used in the Sydney Olympics, and selling 500,000 copies. But, perhaps Robbie’s biggest track to date would be the worldwide smash “Funkatron”, a track cited as an influence to many of today’s house classics. These tracks are only limited highlights in an illustrious career that as well include the hits “Back To