March 2021

Bad news has come in for fans of Eric Prydz's fantastic and surreal Holosphere show. According to the official announcement released, the shows will not take place this year, having been moved to 2022. This will be one of the few postponement announcements that were not caused by the contingencies of the pandemic, at least directly. Prydz was to present Holosphere

For years now, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have toured with their unique Garden Of Madness concept, in conjunction with Tomorrowland. The show has taken them to Ushuaïa Ibiza, NYC and to Antwerp, where people from all over the world have gathered to witness their electrifying performances with specially curated support performances. Now, this year they're set for another run of limited performances, but this time

The electronic dance music industry is well accustomed to artists with hidden identities, but one producer still wrapped under secrecy is Raver Horse. Details surrounding the 'horse-headed individual' have remained a mystery for some time, however, one thing is for certain, the dance music producer knows how to create a rave-ready track. Kicking off with their first release of the year, the

Deep in the heart of Niigata Prefecture in Japan, Fuji Rock Festival was born. Internationally known as one of the largest outdoor music festivals in Japan, the diverse lineup the festival brings in every year is definitely one to remember. Whether you are rocking your heart out with the Red Hot Chill Peppers or gathering your friends and heading across

Released on this day in 2015, French producer Madeon took a huge step in his career and released his debut album 'Adventure'. Comprised of 12 tracks, with the bonus edition adding an extra six including popular single 'Finale', 'Adventure' shot into the charts and was a successful debut. Peaking at number one on the Billboard Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart, it thrust Madeon straight into the spotlight.

The third summer of love doesn't seem like a far-fetched idea for UK party people anymore, following the comeback of their favorite festivals and venues during late summer.The 80's and 90's rave nation can also relive their best moments of the most iconic venue of the era, as Haçienda Classiçal revealed a set of tour dates for 2021. Recently voted as

The Spanish government have announced that their much-discussed "vaccine passport" initiative will be ready by June, meaning those vaccinated will be able to travel to Ibiza. The news comes after months of speculation around the introduction of such a system, with the Spanish tourism industry keen to open up a "green corridor" with the UK, hopefully allowing some kind of

House legend Carlos Sanchez has unforntately passed away according to reports on his social media pages. Since the 1980's, Sanchez had been a pioneer in the New York City house scene, spinning at some of the most iconic clubs and being a driving force for the city's electronic scene for more than 40 years. Producing under his name and also Carlos Sanchez Movement, he

Expanding his horizons, deadmau5 branched out with his record label mau5trap and at the start of March, unveiled new imprint hau5trap. The home for all things house, the label allows deadmau5 and his team to support more music that they love. Kicking off the label, mau5trap mainstay Tommy Trash released the first track on the label, 'hiiigh' with Daisy Guttridge (who also collaborated with him on i_o collaboration 'Let Me Go').

With the United Kingdom gearing up for a busy festival season, Isle of Wight Fest have now dropped the 2021 line-up for their latest edition, this coming September. Following a hugely successful roll-out of the Oxford/AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines, music events are rapidly reopening on British shores, with the likes of Creamfields, BackToLove Festival, ABGT 450, Ministry of Sound, and

Barcelona has celebrated a successful non-socially distanced COVID-19 show in front of 5,000 people. After the announcement on early March, and tickets selling out fast within just three days, the event finally took place with great success. The organisers already call this concert an 'historic event'. With this trial concerts, the local organisers Festivals per la Cultura Segura (Festivals for Safe

Despite contrasting opinions over their 'comeback', the legacy of Swedish House Mafia cannot be disputed across the music industry. The trio, made up of Axwell, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso, - alongside acts like David Guetta and Avicii - helped catapult dance music into the mainstream, crossing over into mainstream radio and commercial territories, all whilst thrusting 'EDM' into the