May 2020

On a roll lately, Dutch house connoisseur Joris Voorn has been keeping busy in quarantine. Keeping fans entertained by uploading videos to his YouTube channel of some of his favourite performances from over the years of his career, he's also been doing his fair share of lockdown livestream sets that have been going down a treat. Still riding high off of his

Hailing from Germany, both POINT BLVNK and Strobe are two artists that are more than worth paying attention to as they rise above their competitors within the music scene. Dominating the industry, the pair have released on labels such as Ministry Of Sound, Kontor, Sirup, Clapmode to name a few, and their sounds defy the boundaries of genres. Creating non-stop dancefloor fillers, POINT BLVNK

Ryan Eshaghi, better known as BLEAM, has just unleashed his newest genre-bending house project. The California native and current college student boasts a catalogue of achievements, having supported electronic juggernauts DVBBS, JOYRYDE, Firebeatz, and more. In late 2019, he released his first original track, and he isn't slowing down by any means in 2020. His second official release 'Antigua,' which came out on May

Although sadly the 16th edition of Tomorrowland cannot take place this year - in a sensible decision made by the government and festival owners - they've been making sure to keep fans entertained in the best way possible right now. Doing weekly live stream sessions that just finished this week titled 'United Through Music', they roped in the likes of Don Diablo, Dimitri Vegas, Netsky, Lost Frequencies and

The iconic Dutch producer Armin van Buuren has been influencing the world of dance music for more than a couple of decades now. Over the years, he has filled his discography with some of the most iconic tunes ranging over all kinds of trance genres and uplifting variations of house music. But quarantine calls for a change and that’s exactly

Tiësto’s Musical Freedom imprint has dropped a mega 16-track compilation album, "Musical Freedom Unlimited", for the first time in its incredible 11 year history. "Musical Freedom Unlimited" brings a whole host of producers together from around the world, combining different dance music styles and flavours to one mighty compilation album. A tonne of rising talents feature on the tracklist, with Magnificence & AYOR

Victor Ruiz had his debut on Drumcode Records, the label owned by Swedish Techno Don Adam Beyer, last year. Now the Brazilian DJ and producer is back with his latest release on Drumcode, the 4-track 'Freedom' EP. Ruiz’ made his Drumcode debut with 'Nimbus' last year, a track that has enjoyed heavy support by Adam Beyer, Monika Kruse, Pan-Pot, and many