Editorials

The age of podcasting is fully-fledged, and it looks like it is here to stay! The number of individuals who regularly enjoy podcasts has skyrocketed in the last few years, with the latest podcast research trends that new audience members are actually coming over from the radio audience, not from music listenership. Starting a podcast is easy. But, with more than

You'll always remember where you were on that afternoon. The 20th of April, 2018. A warm, sunny Friday. Spring had sprung, and with the nights growing longer, the excitement of Summer was once again wafting cautiously into the air. But each bubble of beer in pint glasses around the world instantly started to taste immediately flatter, and every 'TGIF' or

Since retiring from live shows in 2018, Hardwell has been pretty quiet, choosing to slip under the radar a little, but that can't distract from what a huge impact the Dutch maestro made on the electronic scene in the decade previous to his retirement from DJing. Becoming a 2 x time winner of the DJ Mag Top 100 poll in

Back in 2010, the world was a very different place and the name 'Avicii' was still only a phrase reserved for those 'in the know'. This was an era when Gordon Brown was (just about) hanging on to his seat as the United Kingdom's Prime-Minister, Rihanna was asking every 'Rude Boy' if it was big enough, and football fans all

When we say 'golden era', one track which will instantly come to the forefront of your mind is 'Atom' by Nari & Milani. The term loosely refers to a period between 2009-2014 (specifically 2010-2013) when 'EDM' rose in popularity across the world, becoming the new trending genre, with electronic hits peppering the commercial charts weekly, and taking over mainstream radio

During the earlier days of electronic music, Calvin Harris drove the scene forward with his self-sung tracks such as 'I'm Not Alone'. Since then, he has constantly changed the game with forward-thinking tunes but tracks such as 'I'm Not Alone' always have a special place in fans hearts, and it's that very track which is celebrating its 12th birthday this month. Released on

On March 30, 2012, Porter Robinson uploaded a track to YouTube titled 'Language' before its official release for digital download on April 10, 2012. Ever since he uploaded the track (which features vocals from Heather Bright), it has become one of his most successful hits to date, and it now celebrates its 9th birthday. Before the success of debut album 'Worlds' two years later in 2014, Porter Robinson

ATB - real name André Tanneberger - is responsible for some of the biggest hits in electronic music history. Finding success in hits such as '9 PM (Till I Come)', 'Ecstasy' and 'I Don't Wanna Stop', we're looking at the latter as it celebrates its 18th birthday already. Released in 2003 on April 7, it was part of the fourth studio album 'Addicted to Music', and was one

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