London’s Patrick Hagenaar is unquestionably one of the most talented producers in the industry today. Serving as a resident DJ for Ministry of Sound for five years, Hagenaar has successfully won the hearts of numerous fans traveling all over the world. Aside from his work behind the decks, he has also produced many incredible tracks; more recently, he released “Live Forever” and

Among the freshest crop of artists to come up from the land down under, Perth based DJ/Producer WasteLand has undoubtedly established himself as one who is here to stay. With production versatility in his back pocket and armed with a 'multi-genre' artist persona, he's impressed with his output, be it on the labels or on stage. Last featured on our website

There is hardly anything that makes Ultra Miami's 2012 after-movie than the classic 'Black Eyes and Blue' track which kicks it off. Over time and tracks, CLMD had become House music's favorite duo, a title that most wouldn't take away from them despite their decision to separate into solo acts in 2014, with Martin Danielle carrying on with the CLMD moniker

Following his astonishing remix of Adrian Lux’ track “Torn Apart”, Swedish sensation Klahr is now setting up for a breakout year in 2016. Recently recruited by Axwell’s longstanding label Axtone Records, Klahr’s musical talents are undeniable and he proves this once again with two brand new upcoming releases titled “Lyon” and “Sapphire”. While taking over the podcast ‘Axtone Presents’, the

Known for their hard-hitting mainstage slayers, Dutch duo Firebeatz switch gears toward a more underground and disco-inspired sound that certainly brings us to the old school nightclub environments. Following their past collaborations such as “Wicked”, “Switch”, and more notably their breakthrough track “Dear New York”, Firebeatz team up with Schella once again for another masterful production titled “Dat Disco Swindle”.

When it comes to artists who have experienced the entire spectrum of a package that Electronic Dance Music has come to become, nobody quite equals the standards that Dutchman Leon Bolier has come to hold. From the early days of releasing 'No Need To Come Back', featuring the renowned Elsa Hill, on ASOT in 2006 to achieving deserved success with 'Ocean Drive Boulevard'

Brought to you by the combination of Don Diablo's Hexagon label and the almighty Spinnin' Records, We Rave You is proud to bring the exclusive premiere of NOMNOM's genre-defying track "OK". Debuting on Spinnin', the emergence of the talent has certainly earned the attention of two of the industry's biggest names. With 2015's biggest selling house DJ/Producer, Don Diablo, signing him

21 year old French producer, Sterkøl, and electronic music prodigy, Renko, just released their latest collaboration 'Waiata' which means "Music" in Maori. 2015 was completely insane for Sterkøl. After being ranked in the French rising talents and after releasing some heady singles like 'With You' and 'Can't Let You Go', he is back with another masterpiece in collaboration with American producer Renko. If you are not

In the run up to Christmas we met DubVision at Magnetic Festival in Prague - the biggest EDM festival in central Europe, focusing on leading artists in the scene. Hardwell, Nicky Romero, Avicii, Martin Garrix, Fedde Le Grand, Afrojack are just a few of those who already threw the massive set for over 12,000 attendees. Now on its 8th edition we got to talk

In celebration of the coming year, the We Rave You team would like to take a moment to thank all our followers for their continued support this year! And as a token of appreciation we have decided to Re-Release our popular “One Year Anniversary Album”. The album which goes back to our early roots features both Originals, Remixes, and Mashups from artists

Djs From Mars and Honeypot are two of Italy's finest DJ duo's. Will the prior has over a decade of experience, the latter emerged onto the scene just last year, making their reign into Italy's up-and-coming elite even more impressive. Signified by tremendous house chords, funky bass and major breaks, Honeypot has attracted early supports from the likes of Benny Bennassi and Blasterjaxx.