February 2020

The Dutch producer duo DubVision have consistently been amongst the top artists for the progressive house lovers around the world. Almost after two months without a release in 2020, the duo consisting of Victor and Stephan Leicher have announced their upcoming track. They recently teased that they will release their collaboration with the Grammy-nominated progressive maestro Alesso. On their official Instagram

Just after getting fans excited for announcing his debut album last week, Tchami has dropped the first 2 singles, 'Proud' featuring Daecolm and 'Ghosts' featuring HANA, from the upcoming album. With 'Ghosts', Tchami is re-inforcing the ethereal house style that he recently started favouring, with a growing love for the sound within his loyal fanbase. 'Proud' on the other hand relies on strong

For any fans of the dance scene at the turn of the last decade, the name 'Duck Sauce' will be a household term. For those who were a little too young to fully appreciate electronic music back in 2009/2010, the duo - made up of house legends Armand van Helden and A-Trak (both huge names in their own right) sat

Dutch EDM superstar Martin Garrix is back with yet another episode of The Martin Garrix Show. Over the past two weeks the young artist shared with his fans a flashback to 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. In the first episode Martin explains that it took them around two years to get the clearances for all the licenses that were

Martin Garrix, the Dutch EDM superstar has just blessed us with some fresh music. After his hugely successful collaboration 'Used To Love' with Dean Lewis got an acoustic makeover, Martin is finally releasing his first original single of 2020 called 'Drown' featuring Clinton Kane. Garrix has been keeping himself busy as usual, constantly touring the world, uncovering new talents and

It’s hard to deny the impact of Daft Punk on electronic music. The two incredible Frenchmen now have a career spanning over 20 years in electronic music, and it’s safe to say they’ve shook things up more than once. Back in January 1997 the group dropped their now seminal debut album Homework, which changed the game of house music forever and built the

Few can deny the impact David Guetta has had on modern dance music. Starting out on the terrace of former Balearic superclub Space, the French maestro saw his days of spinning vinyl to a more underground audience, soon evolve into playing huge EDM sets for crowds at the likes of Tomorrowland, and Ultra Music Festival in Miami. Undoubtedly one of the most important hits in helping dance music crossover into the mainstream