A new rave movement is on the rise, and W&W are the ones responsible. Their new concept is meant to reshape the dance music experience for the most passionate ravers and marks the beginning of a new movement and label: ‘Rave Culture’. A new music video has launched to magnify the impact of Rave Culture
Holy Smokes, Batman! Steve Aoki has just dropped what could possibly be his best big room track in YEARS with “Hoovela”, a massive collab with Croatian big room duo TWIIG. On top of that, we can also confirm here at EDM Sauce, that this track will indeed be on Aoki’s upcoming Neon Future III album.
Attention Big Room lovers, this new track is sure to impress you. Recently, Protocol Recordings has released a new big bounce track “Gravity.” DJ-producers, Antoine Delvig and SOVTH, came together to produce this Big Room track. When you first listen to the new track, you notice that this sound is exactly what Protocol Recordings has
If you are a Big Room House fan, then Ravitez is a name that is already cemented in your brain. If not, it is time for him to get on your radar. The Wall Recordings artist has teamed up once again with label head honcho DJ Afrojack on an absolutely main stage rocking big room anthem,
Hardwell and Quintino have each carved a deep niche in big room since the subgenre’s rise during the EDM boom. Now, they have teamed up to create an intensely energetic collaboration titled, “Woest.” However, this isn’t the first time these two power houses have worked together. With their hit original, “Baldadig,” as well as their remix of J Balvin‘s “Mi Gente,” they have a long history together as an invigorating producing duo.
“Woest” is yet another testament to both Hardwell and Quintino’s big room technique. Featuring prominent beats, colorful yet unpredictable melodies, and intriguing builds of distorted vocals, it comes as no surprise that the record is bound to dominate dance floors with a signature sound that Hardwell and Quintino have helped make famous. “Woest” is the first release of the year for both of these artists, and without a doubt will have fans hooked upon first listen.
BROHUG have been bringing the heat hard and fast this year, with over a dozen singles and remixes this year alone. Taking inspiration from a wide range of musical styles and incorporating these in to their own unique sound, BROHUG have been one of the driving forces this year in terms of innovative music. As well
Even if you’re the biggest Britney fan, or apathetic about the 90s pop star, you’ll probably love Ed Sheeran‘s unplugged cover of her classic “Hit Me Baby One More Time”. The rather casual youtube video is a look into Sheeran’s raw talent and versatility as a musician, while jamming out to a crowd favorite. Which, in
The EC Twins are making waves in 2017. The Manchester born duo are masterminds of big room house, and are part of the few quietly responsible for the rise of popularity of EDM in America during the early 2010s. They’ve worked with some of the biggest names out there, and have headlined festivals like Tomorrowland and EDC Las Vegas. However,
Fedde Le Grand wastes no time with a slow intro in his newest track “Firestarter,” which opens to Ida Corr’s powerful vocals and blaring saxophone accents. The song has a dancehall influence unheard in Le Grand’s previous releases, but the drop propels the song into his signature big room sound. Shaggy’s vocals compound the song’s Caribbean flair making “Firestarter” a rare blend of multiple genres.
Fedde Le Grand has long been known as one of the founding fathers of big room house, and he is one of the few producers who has stayed authentic to the sound he became known for as the industry evolved to progressive pop. While “Firestarter” is certainly more of a contrast in sound to his previous releases, Le Grand has found a way to experiment while staying true to the style fans know and love.
Le Grand has also used the release to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of his hit “Let Me Think About It” with Ida Corr. The song calls back the iconic old school electronic music movement he helped pioneer while “Firestarter” symbolizes the continuation of an incredible collaboration and an incredible career.
Listen to the track, premiered exclusively by Dancing Astronaut, and if you’re feeling nostalgic, travel back in time to Ida Corr and Fedde Le Grand’s 2007 collaboration, “Let Me Think About It.”
There are few things in life that fire me up more than tracks like this. Mainstream EDM has built this bubble around itself that simply doesn’t allow the types of tracks that got us to this point, in. The tracks that DJs/producers brought to the for-front years-ago like Hardwell’s Big Room anthems “Apollo” and “Spaceman”.