After its inception in 2008, SoundCloud has emerged as one of the most adaptable and well-known music listening platforms on the globe. It has over 200 million diverse customers, and the figure is every day. Furthermore, that does not account for people who listen to music without registering. If you are a musician of some genre or form, a record

When Tim Bergling (aka Avicii) passed away in April 2018, the world of dance music entered a stage of mourning. The Swede had touched so many people on a global scale through his unrivalled melodies and euphoric live performances, that it was only natural he'd amass a gigantic fanbase en route to stardom. However, one of the key worries many

Over the years, live electronic music has brought us some iconic moments and performances, and those iconic moments and performances have also come hand in hand with iconic and unforgettable stage designs. Stage designs play a massive part in the overall experience and immersion of the live performance, and play just as important of a role as the DJ themselves

The link between music and emotions is nothing new; there’s a powerful link between what you hear and how you feel. Certain songs have the ability to unlock deeply buried feelings, changing your mood and your mindset almost instantly. But this is more than just kitchen table psychology; multiple studies have delved into the impact of music on the mind. Here’s a

Starling, a new artist services company, recently revealed their unique plans on helping musicians make money through their music. With many independent musicians struggling to find ways to earn money for their hard work online, Starling is hoping to act as a type of do-it-yourself record label for those starting, treating music as a hobby, or any other circumstance. How is

Rewind to 2008, two electronic titans joined forces, stepping into the studio to bring together their talents with the desire to create something extraordinary. Of course, the outcome was 'Move For Me', a hugely popular dance anthem delivered at the hands of American record producer Kaskade and Canadian electronic legend deadmau5. After its release, the song would seek out success