February 2016

After eight years together, Dutch duo RoulnDoors recently decided to split up their partnership to pursue their own paths in the industry. The two producers have undoubtedly garnered a lot of success as a pair, especially with their past releases on prominent labels such as Revealed Recordings, Armada Music, and Atlantic Records. Despite the breakup, one member decided to keep the

Dutch prodigy Martin Garrix is showing no signs of slowing down his takeover of the EDM world, and following the announcement of his debut album last week, the youngster has gone one step further and premiered his brand new collaboration with vocalist John Martin entitled 'Now That I've Found You' during his live set at EDC Mexico. The instrumental mix, also know as 'Don't

Cedric Steinmyller, or better known as Klingande, is one of the most prominent producers within the realm of melodic and tropical house music. His uplifting sounds have been applauded by many people, especially from his breakthrough hit “Jubel” in 2013. Garnering millions of plays on Youtube, Soundcloud, and Spotify, the chart-topping single was able to immensely propel Klingande’s career forward and

Deadmau5' label, Mau5trap, had been out of the headlines in recent times. That was until they announced their 11-date bus tour spanning from Miami to Montreal earlier this month. However, there the label figure-head, Deadmau5 wasn't mentioned on the artist listings. That was until now. Featuring at the first show in Toronto, Mau5trap's Twitter confirmed that Joel Zimmerman was set to

Serbian house maestro, Petar Della Pietra is back at it again after his single released on L Y D (Machete Gold) titled 'Get Back'. The track amassed tens of thousands of plays along with support from the likes of Don Diablo and Axtone's Dave Winnel. Pietra ventures into future/bass house territory yet again with 'There For You'; a vocal club

As it might have caught everyone's attention, last night's performance on the ASOT main stage was one that all had been waiting for as it was Paul van Dyk's debut ASOT main stage in Netherlands but it wasn't all good. During the set the German Trance legend fell off stage and was reportedly taken to a hospital using a helicopter. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYi7U8QVbaA&feature=youtu.be As

Afrojack is one of the industry's biggest names, and an ever-lasting festival headliner. With 2015 seeing him release his debut album and moving away from predominately big-room tracks to more melodic, radio-friendly tracks. Consistent in his application and development of Wall Recordings, his partnership and collaboration with childhood friend and singer/songwriter Fais see's the Dutchman take a production and featuring role for Fais'

After the huge announcements regarding the acts who will be heading to Belgium this year, Tomorrowland recently added even more prominent names to its lineup. The first unveiled artists that had the world buzzing were Canadian producer deadmau5, who is set to perform at the festival for the first time, and progressive house mastermind Eric Prydz. Both deadmau5 and Prydz will be performing back-to-back

Last year, Italian producers David Mari, Roberto Palombari, and Federico Gasparrini began creating music together as the group Shoden. As their first ever single, the upcoming trio released “Tengu”, which successfully entered as Istmo Music’s #4 track at one point. Shoden have also released their second single titled “Ziqqurat”, which became heavily supported by the likes of HIIO, Simon de Jano, and

In the early 90s, a small group of 3 young Frenchmen conceived a band named  "Darlin". This trio would go on to have massively successful musical careers, and two of these members would change the face of electronic music forever. The failed band lasted for only a year, as their music was shunned by many and laughed at as "daft punky trash" by British magazine Melody Maker. This would