With just a couple days left before the 2014 Miami Music Week kicks off, here’s 3 dates you should make quick note of for your week long festivities. Cosmic Gate have announced their stops for this year’s week-long celebration of dance music on South Beach.
Wednesday, March 26th at Set Club it’s So Get Up Miami! This one will feature the likes of Audien, BT, Jaytech, Jerome Isma-Ae and of course Nic & Bossi themselves. This one will be a special show featuring a ton of new stuff from Wake Your Mind records.
What’s MMW without a yatch party? Sunday, March 30th all aboard the Musette for the Cosmic Gate & Friends Yatch Party. The annual Cosmic Gate cruise has sold out the past 4 years running & 2014 will be no different. Get on board with Orjan Nilsen, DJ Row, Cosmic Gate and of course some special surprises.
Finally to cap it all off, on Sunday, March 30th Cosmic Gate will join the A State of Trance 650 closing celebrations at Ultra. The Germans will be bringing their trademark sound to the ASOT650 celebrations joining in with Armin van Buuren & Friends to cap off a massive week in south Florida.
Pioneer is teaming up with VH1′s Save the Music Foundation along with some of the top names in electronic dance music to design unique CDJ-2000 Nexus decks to be auctioned off for the foundation. Cosmic Gate will be joining the likes of Markus Schulz, Ferry Corsten, Kaskade, along with Rukes & Insomniac to work with renowned German artist Norm/ab_artig to bring the decks to life with some one of a kind artwork.
These decks will be some of the rarest pieces of memorabilia from Cosmic Gate & the other artists so if you are a die-hard fan, make sure you get your bids in! All the proceeds go to a very worthy cause.
Here’s what Nic & Bossi had to say about their new venture. Nic Chagall: “although it’s early days we’ve already had a whole lot of ideas in mind as to the direction we’d like to take our design. We were immediately impressed when we saw Norm/ab_artig street art – we can’t wait to get working with him on it! Basically, this is where the beats will meet the streets!” Bossi’s further expands, “VH1’s impressive push to restore music education programs to public schools has been on both Nic’s and my radar for quite a time now. Through the Save The Music charity they’re helping nurture talent today that could very well turn into artists whose music we’re all listening to in the future. As musicians we see that as being an enormous positive and we’re very happy indeed to be able to support that through a channel as creative as Pioneer’s Art Mix project.“
If you are in LA, stop by The Bank (401 S. Main Street) on October 10th to catch a glimpse of all the artwork. The following day, all items will be posted online as part of the auction.
More details on the Art Mix Project & the Save the Music foundation can be found below.