After smashing 2018 with multiple smash singles and starting 2019 with the massive tune “Lunar” which already has crossed 1.2 million streams on Spotify, Lucas & Steve are here with their 2nd single of 2019, “Say Something” a chilled down radio bop. Lucas & Steve continue to dominate 2018, in my opinion, was Lucas & Steve’s
Nora En Pure has teamed up with Danish-Egyptian DJ and singer Ashibah on a beautifully emotional new track entitled “We Found Love.” Inescapably soulful and infectious, the track is a reminder that Nora En Pure has a unique range, an ability she’s been able to turn into two signature brands of music. Departing from the notable organic deep house sounds of Polynesia, the EP she released in 2018, “We Found Love” strikes a chord in the second narrative told across her music—in radio friendly downtempo music.
This latest single for the South African-Swiss producer comes ahead of major performances at Ultra Music Festival and Coachella later in 2019, making this a perfect time for her to build up her repertoire.
Dutch DJ phenomenon Mike Williams takes his first solo steps into 2019 with the much awaited and supported new single ‘I Got You’. Bringing high doses of dance euphoria, the young Dutchman once again underlines his knack for gripping melodies combined with overwhelming vocal lines – a trademark sound he’s been delivering since his rise
Over the past three years, no DJ Producer in the world has worked harder than Sam Feldt. The Dutch product has taken the international scene by storm. A wise man once said in his hit track Fancy “In the mall steady racking up the air miles”. That wise man was Drake. I don’t know much
Fans of big room house trio Futuristic Polar Bears have been patiently waiting since Tomorrowland 2017 for one of the trio’s most massive ID’s, and now it has finally arrived with the release of ‘Aventus’. Fresh off the heels of their mammoth collaboration alongside Olly James and MATTN, the British super group is ringing in
Packed with dreamy Balearic synths, tribal percussion, and his unmistakable signature soundscapes, deep house legend, EDX, returns with an absolutely massive Ibiza-inspired record to cap off a truly unforgettable summer season. In the midst of his frenzied Make Me Feel Summer Tour, which will see the Sirup Music label boss take on upwards of forty
Dannic‘s name effortlessly falls in line with the languorous list of illustrious Dutch house producers who have dominated the respective genre for over a decade, and arguably the electronic scene at large.
“Tenderlove” is Dannic’s latest dance floor affair, an impassioned exposition dripping with urgent desire. The piano-driven track is equipped with stuttering hi-hats, a skittering melody, and crescendoing vocal echoes, which only emboldens the female narrator’s acute appetite for amour.
Dannic’s bouyant big room sound has reverberated off the walls of some of the most coveted label housings in the industry, including Ultra, Spinnin’ Records, and Mark Knight-founded Toolroom Records, within which he was notably entrusted with mixing the 2013 installment of the imprint’s yearly compilation album, Toolroom Knights.
One of the elements that remains unique to the electronic music industry is the fact that “new” releases are oftentimes tracks that fans have heard in live performance for months — sometimes even years — before their full release. As was the case with Tiesto‘s recent single “WOW,” and more recently, with Bassjackers‘ and Sunstars’ newest single “Block.” The track has been gracing mainstages across the world for the entirety of the season, even though it is one of Spinnin‘s newest releases.
Fans have heard this cutting combination of notes throughout the entirety of festival season, with its upbeat nature and bouncy synths. Spinnin’ is known for identifying tracks and artists manufactured for great live performance, and the label has another hit festival song in Bassjacker’s “Block.”
Bad Decisions’ “Problem” comes after a string of upswings from the Australian duo Bad Decisions in the last several months. From slots at some the hottest events and rising festivals dominantly in USA territories, to consistent support from top legends such as Steve Aoki and Tiesto, Bad Decisions can easily catch the eye. Right before
We’ve been spending our summers on Sam Feldt since he dropped “Summer on You” featuring Wulf and Lucas & Steve back in 2016. The Dutch Tropical-Deep House producer DJ has since reached catestrophic heights in the EDM industry. The “Show Me Love” conductor has since dropped the album “Sunrise to Sunset” which took the world