Last year Harmonix, the developer behind Rock Band and Dance Central, launched their latest title Fuser, allowing gamers to become their very own DJ heroes. Without any special equipment, players are able to explore the world of mixing music in front of a massive virtual festival. Little did we know, even the professionals would be performing like this in just a few short months post-launch. 

After the rise of Twitch DJ sets due to the pandemic, developers are now releasing an update to the game called the "Headliner Spotlight." This feature will allow players the chance to DJ for actual people at the Diamond Stage, a 24/7 live venue. Over 250 people will be able to watch a lucky user spin both in-game and on Twitch. 

While the performance in itself is important, the most crucial component of the new update is locking down your time slot. Just like with in-person events, securing a spot on the stage during an hour when more people are tuned in is key. In order to secure the primetime slot, the user will have to earn enough Diamonds through in-game play. Developers have stated that users cannot simply purchase Diamonds with real money—they must be earned. 

Those who already own Fuser would have received the update for free beginning May 25th. It also includes upgrades to DJ profiles, improvements on the recommendation engine for mixes, and will fully integrate Twitch Drops into the game. Fuser is available here



The Annual Pokémon GO Fest is Turning Into a Music Festival in 2021

Niantic wants to know if you're a Pikachu Rock Star or Pikachu Pop Star.


Kryder Enters the VR Space With Launch of New "Kryteria Metaverse"

"A forward thinking way of promoting new music now that festival stages and clubs are out of action."

2 Gesture

Algoriddim Has Updated djay Pro AI With a New Hands-Free Mixing Feature

Ever wanted to perform a DJ set more like an orchestra conductor? Chill Radio

Stay Elevated 24/7 with's New Chill Radio

This channel has over 350 tracks that can be accessed around the clock!

Body Movements Festival

A New LGBTQ+ Festival Celebrating Queer Club Culture is Launching in London

"It’s about solidarity, celebrating each other’s subculture, and connecting with people and parties that you may have never experienced before."


Festival Finder Rolls Out Update Ahead of 2019 Festival Season

Festival Finder is back with a brand new look and updates.