A week or so ago Kygo previewed his mesmerising new collaboration with British pop heavy-weight, Labrinth. The score titled, 'Fragile' took the internet by storm with it's beautifully composed melodies and of course Labrinth's voice. However, the most notable aspect of the preview was the fact that Kygo disembarked from his tropical house roots. The Norwegian's signature touch can still

Ummet Ozcan is one of The Netherland's most prominent DJ/Producer's. Distinctive in sound and following, 2015 was an impressive year of growth for the established name. With a portfolio that includes topping the Beatport charts in the past, and having his hand in producing some of the major sound packages since the EDM boom, his influence on the scene is ever-present and

Mainstage music head honchos and undoubtedly one of mainstream Electronic Dance Music's stalwarts, the W&W duo comprising of Willem & Wardt, have been dominating the charts and festivals all around the world for quite some time. And one thing that can be said about them that stands true for very few others is that as artists, their output has been constant. Tugging the line

Kygo has been steadily rising up the dance music ladder since the birth of his career. The Norwegian prodigy helped shape Tropical House whilst implementing his signature melodic style that became addictive to fans instantly. Building a massive following over the years, the artist's releases have gradually evolved and the change hasn't received any backlash as you'd typically expect. In yet

Daddy's Groove are Italy's most renowned DJ/Producer duo, and one of the scenes more prominent international names. So when news of their new material drops, attention is grabbed and ears and put on alert. Hailing from the city of Naples in Italy, it's been an impressive trail to international fame for Carlo Grieco and Peppe Folliero. Since their debut days they've

Dutch prodigy Martin Garrix is showing no signs of slowing down his takeover of the EDM world, and following the announcement of his debut album last week, the youngster has gone one step further and premiered his brand new collaboration with vocalist John Martin entitled 'Now That I've Found You' during his live set at EDC Mexico. The instrumental mix, also know as 'Don't

Afrojack is one of the industry's biggest names, and an ever-lasting festival headliner. With 2015 seeing him release his debut album and moving away from predominately big-room tracks to more melodic, radio-friendly tracks. Consistent in his application and development of Wall Recordings, his partnership and collaboration with childhood friend and singer/songwriter Fais see's the Dutchman take a production and featuring role for Fais'

Over the years, Zedd has certainly become one of mainstream dance music’s most prominent names. From collaborating with some of the industry’s biggest pop stars, such as Ariana Grande and Selena Gomez, to winning a Grammy award for his breakthrough hit “Clarity”, the success of this Russian-German producer so far has been evident. After touring around North America for his ‘True

DVBBS have never been short of attention in the industry, for better or for worse. Whether it is critics, fans or outsiders who have something to say, the Canadian duo's movements and productions are watched with more interest than most. In turn attracting pressure to impress. Since "Tsunami" alongside Borgeous, the pair have put their hand towards the likes of "Gold