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W&W’s Mainstage Music rebranded as Rave Culture


As one of the leading providers of all things big room, venturing out to psy-trance, big room trance, and progressive, Mainstage Music was always ahead of the curve. Bringing the freshest sounds across a number of years, the label bosses W&W have ensured that they push out only the best music. It may, therefore, come somewhat as a surprise to know that Mainstage Music is no more, with their new Rave Culture imprint taking over on all socials and future releases.

With a whopping 400k+ followers on Facebook alone, W&W have utilised this rather than creating a new page, and hitting the ground running with Rave Culture. All previous posts have been deleted, and the future is set to start now for the Dutch duo. This could be an indication that more NWYR music will drop, as their trance alias is already making a name for its phenomenal ID’s, yet very few have been released. There was also a recent post stating that “the Rave Culture starts Monday October 8th! Get ready!”. Whatever is to come, you can be sure that W&W will deliver. Willem and Ward have years of experience behind them, and only sign the finest music to their label, with the likes of Armin van Buuren, Headhunterz, and Andrew Rayel representing the range of genres that Mainstage supports. Upcoming artists have always had heavy support, with TWIIG, Maurice West, and Kenneth G frequently returning to the label.

The ‘Caribbean Rave‘ producers are embarking on something brand new here, and who knows what to expect. Things certainly look exciting for the future of both W&W and their label, so this is certainly something to keep an eye, and ear, out for over the next few months as things evolve. Check out the teaser video below, and get a feel for whats to come via Rave Culture.





Lewis is a 21 year old writer and editor for We Rave You based in the UK. Since joining the team in 2018, Lewis has brought exclusive interviews with the likes of CamelPhat and Third Party to the WRY readers, and worked on collaborative projects with Anjunabeats, Kryder/Sosumi Records, and the recently launched We Rave You Magazine. He is also an active DJ and producer, playing sets across the UK and at Tomorrowland in 2019, and works collaboratively with fellow editor Jake Gable to run renowned UK company The EVENT. An advocate for the #ProgIsAlive movement, Lewis continues to bring cutting edge music content through his own sounds and his contributions to We Rave You.

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