Editorials

2 years ago today, Axwell dropped 'Nobody Else' and back then, the world was a very different place. There was certainly no pandemic, and the phrase 'COVID-19' was an alien concept to us all. Festivals were a-plenty, clubs were still open, Manchester City were the Premier League champions, Kobe Bryant was a regular attendee at the STAPLES Center to watch

Happy birthday celebrations are in order for Belgium's finest, Lost Frequencies (Felix De Laet). With a long career spanning since 2014, he has flourished and became one of the most prolific house producers of our time. Excelling in multiple different genres of house music, he's got a loyal fanbase who follow his every move. Celebrating another successful orbit around the sun, we're

The electronic music world was left in utter shock when it was announced that multi-genre producer i_o had passed away on Monday November 23 on his social media accounts. With everyone left in a state of sadness, confusion and shock, many DJs started posting their tributes to the 30-year-old. Crossing genres and bridging the gap between techno, trance and progressive, he was

It is undeniable that the early 2010s was known as the progressive house era. The legendary triumvirate of Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Angello and Axwell produced massive hits together and as individual artists as well, alongside with Dubvision, Otto Knows, Vicetone or Matisse & Sadko, just to name a few. One of the most iconic tunes of electronic dance music, 'Resurrection', produced by French DJ

Picture this: It’s 2012, and you are at the mainstage of your favourite festival while Hardwell or Afrojack is playing. What songs can you picture them playing? Most likely, a big room track that has the crowd jumping. It is that distinctive mainstage genre with the major buildups and the kick-heavy drops that drove every festival crowd crazy. Big room

As one of the key highlights within the electronic dance music calendar, Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) is one of the cornerstones of the entire industry. Usually offering live events alongside a series of seminars and other activities, the conference truly offers something for everyone. As well as attracting fans from all over the world, ADE is also a monumental event

The world of electronic music is saturated with successful artists, each with their own unique identity. But despite the abundant opportunity for success, many become somewhat limited by their core brand, and often feel the desire to branch out with a brand new concept. For this reason, we often see leading artists evolve through different projects, sometimes maintaining several identities

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