HARD Day of the Dead returns to LA State Historic Park next weekend, Saturday, November 2. Headliners include the Skrillex and Boys Noize duo project Dog Blood, Zhu’s Blacklizt, TOKiMONSTA, Elohim, 1788-L, and more.
Enter below for your chance to win a pair of tickets to the festival, plus a merch pack from Brownies & Lemonade.
Headhunterz was recently voted top hard dance act by DJ Mag‘s Top 100 DJspoll — but this will be the last time he carries the torch.
The DJ/producer just announced he’s dropping out of the competition after coming in at number 29 for 2019. In what he describes as a decision from the heart, Headhunterz believes this is the best move for himself personally and also what makes sense for his career.
Headhunterz states in the video below:
I feel that I live in a scene that we all built from the ground up together. We all deserve credit for that. Not even only the artists, but also the crowd. It’s a small scene where we all need each other.
Also, for me personally, I feel the need to take that weight off my shoulders — to have the feeling that I have to hold up this position as the number one hard dance act — it doesn’t feel right anymore.
Moving forward, Headhunterz hopes to put the focus on himself, growing his label, and helping other artists along. To him, being named top hard dance act seven times is enough.
Zedd dropped his new song with Kehlani, “Good Thing,” almost three weeks ago. Now, he’s officially kicking off the #GoodThingChallenge. The concept behind it is simple: do something good for somebody else.
Such a thing really shouldn’t be considered a “challenge,” but in this chaotic world, the more we can do to ease the suffering and improve the lives of those around us, the better, challenge or not.
…or just doing something kind to brighten up somebody’s day, I want to challenge all of you to do a good thing. Please share your moment with me on socials and use #goodthingchallenge & tag me so I can see it and repost! 🙂