Eelke Kleijn deepens his bond with the Armada family as he brings his ethereal progressive sound into the label’s fold. This time, he lands on Bearded Man for a short, but sweet re-work of Shelter Point’s “Fuse.”
The veteran wraps a minimal, yet emotive canvas around the original’s vocals, enhancing its haunting feel through poignant piano chords and soaring synth melodies. That said, despite its more somber undertones, it listens as quite a euphoric piece as a whole — one that allows listeners to get lost in its hypnotic fold and put their hands in the air.
Whenever three talented DJs and producers decide to team up, you can bet your bottom dollar that the resulting track will be MIND-BLOWING. But for Ruben de Ronde, Rodg and Orjan Nilsen, “mind-blowing” just doesn’t cut it. Instead, they went for something so massive its magnitude goes off the charts: ‘Booya’. Fresh from Ruben de
It’s been a while since we’ve heard new music from the New York duo, Solidisco. After a short hiatus of releasing new singles, Solidisco is back with a new House track titled “Read My Mind”. Known more for their Nu Disco tracks, the guys also dabble into the House side of things. “Read My Mind”
Shapov and the Singapore/America trio Trouze have officially released the piano-driven, emotive “The Way,” which made its stellar debut at Axwell / Ingrosso’s’s sold-out Heineken Music Hall show at ADE last year. Between the track’s stirring vocals and propelling melodies, Shapov and Trouze have once more solidified their stance in dance music.
After having begun 2017 with his Four Corners EP and subsequently bringing in 10 million streams on the work, Shapov toured tirelessly throughout the summer. He performed at Tomorrowland twice and also hit innumerable festivals along the way including Electrobeach, Los Alamos, Electric Love, and Parookaville, to name a few.
Meanwhile, Trouze has been steadily making strides into the electronic scene, appearing on Armada and Mixmash, and collaborating with venerable artists like Elephante.
If the two continue pumping out tunes as hauntingly beautiful as “The Way,” it’ll soon be impossible for the dance scene to look in any other direction.
Dutch producer David Gravell is a well-respected veteran within the European trance community, acting as a capable custodian for Armin van Buuren‘s A State Of Trance for more than half a decade now.
“On The Move” is a solid trance track that features subtle hints of big room influence, much like most other modern trance music in current circulation. Featuring ethereal chord progressions and a smooth bass drop sandwiched between a techy intro and outro, “On The Move” is a perfect illustration of Gravell’s consistency and understanding of the modern genre.
After an astonishingly strong series of releases so far in 2017, Super8 & Tab aren’t ready to leave the year without creating a bit more of a bang, and it comes in the form of their newest single ‘Pressure’. Today, the trance duo’s brilliant release saw its release on Armind and shows the duo going
Fresh on the heels of his earth shaking remix of Yeah Yeah Yeah’s ‘Heads Will Roll’, David Gravell is back with an original track titled ‘Traveller’ out now on Armada Music and debuted on Armin van Buuren‘s hit show A State Of Trance. We’re used to David Gravell pushing speakers to their limits and fans
When Armin van Buuren hit the Amsterdam Arena with his biggest solo show to date in May this year, fans couldn’t believe their luck. It was everything they had ever dreamt of, a gathering of 80,000 fans from 97 different countries, all ready to become one with their idol amidst torrential lasers, two-thousand blasts of fireworks
Holy S*$T!! Those were the 1st words out of my mouth when listening to the new Morgan Page & Bobby Puma collab, “Backroom”. Out now on Armada Music, “Backroom” is an electrohouse masterpiece that is so far from what we’ve heard from Page lately it seriously blew us away. “Backroom” is a shufflers dream. With
Dutch duo DubVision know their way around the block, having been one of Netherland’s staple big room acts for the past decade and one of the spearheading acts during the Dutch big room invasion in 2012-13. Although the EDM scene has undergone some massive changes, the duo has successfully altered and evolved their sound—managing to stay in the limelight in the process.
Their latest track, “Paradise” exemplifies how far the duo’s sound and the progressive house genre have come. Gone are the rolling chord progressions from their tracks of yesteryear, replaced instead with pitch warped vocal and piano samples, aided by their timeless drum samples and big, airy synths.
“We spend some of our in between gig days in and around Miami,” said the duo of the track. “Everybody knows this place because of MMW and Ultra. Its super hectic then, but Miami is actually very chill and super tropical and relaxing later in the season.”
“We stayed there for a couple of days, swam with sharks, kitesurfed, ate cuban food and drank the most tropical cocktails you can imagine just walking around in flip flops and listening to the ocean. We stayed there in our own little paradise. That was when we came up with the melody one night. It was only logical to name this track ‘Paradise’”
“Paradise” is more than just a regular track, it is a statement that DubVision are truly all in on the new era of EDM.