The best dance music today lives and dies by its tech. This is both a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, anyone can begin to make music, with the technology available and easy to learn online. On the
During the last decade, electronic music has basked in the mainstream limelight by crossing and redefining genres and setting trends that will come to define the core genre well beyond 2019. For starters, after five years of retirement, Swedish House
I was resistant to Spotify for a long time. At first it just seemed exploitative. They would barely be paying artists for their hard work. It was hard enough for artists having to cope with pirating. Now that corporations were
Spotify is a great application and a leader in the music streaming market. Many people enjoy it for easy access to different artists, genres, and finely-tuned playlists. At the same time, it looks like a large number of Spotify users
Whether you are a serious globetrotter or live in a foreign country, you’ve probably noticed that over the last few years, more and more content is becoming geo-blocked. In the music world, the clearest example of this is SoundCloud. In
We can all appreciate the fact that great electronic music can bring us an incredible, immersive experience that we cannot replace. Science has also proven the benefits of electronic music, including improved mood, reduced stress, lessened anxiety, improved memory, etc.
Undoubtedly exciting news, it appears Swedish maverick Steve Angello is on the producing train again. With only 2 months left in 2018 it seems that Angello has added yet another mysterious piece of music to his catalog of unreleased ID’s.
Looking back at the incredibly decorated discography of Alesso, a few songs stand out as special. Back in 2014, the dance music movement had reached dizzying new heights. As one of the years most notable songs, “Heroes” crafted up by