December 2015

In celebration of the coming year, the We Rave You team would like to take a moment to thank all our followers for their continued support this year! And as a token of appreciation we have decided to Re-Release our popular “One Year Anniversary Album”. The album which goes back to our early roots features both Originals, Remixes, and Mashups from artists

Two of Russia’s finest producers, Matisse & Sadko, have been on a speedy and constant rise ever since their establishment as a duo in 2010. With several big collaborations under their belt, such as “SLVR” with Steve Angello, “Trio” with Arty, and “Dragon” and “Break Through The Silence” with Martin Garrix, these progressive masterminds have become a household name within

Steve Angello's SIZE Records have had a hell of a year with multiple chart topping singles. To end the year on a high note, SIZE unleash CNTRL, a block-rocking banger from Marcus Schossow and Dave Winnel. The pair's track is regularly featured in the tracklists of SIZE & Axtone affiliates. Schossow and Dave have had massive success this year, particularly in

Smash The House is the driving brand of its figure heads, No.1 ranked DJ's, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike. And behind 'The Madness' lies Flashevents, the brains of the ever-expanding events associated with Smash The House. Forever reaching even further afield within the electronic dance music industry, the first official European Smash The House Festival is just around the corner, set

Swedish producer Adrian Lux’s latest single on Axwell’s Axtone Records has been certainly garnering a lot of attention. Titled “Torn Apart”, this house music masterpiece effectively provides a blissful and soulful auditory experience with its impeccable blend of guitar riffs and melodies. Some incredible vocals are included as well, which suitably adds another dimension to the track. Focusing on these

Otto Knows has big plans for 2016. January 15th will see a collaboration between YouTube sensation Lindsey Sterling and Otto Knows. The melodic maestro from Sweden combined with America's most sought after modern violinst have produced a dance symphony. Stepping away from his usual 128 bpm style, Otto Knows has opted for a more progressive, down-tempo beat which accommodates Sterling's instrumental