Misinformation is a very dangerous thing to spread, especially in today's world. If you have a big platform, it's important to use that platform to spread good messages and if you gave an opinion be sure to be fully educated on said opinion. In a case of misinformation and uneducated opinions, London-based company Boiler Room posed something very harmful towards the people

The New Jersey-based duo ‘CENTINEO’ (comprised of Tim & Rob Centineo) has firmly established itself in the world of electronic dance music through their uplifting progressive sounds and massive releases on top-notch labels such as Revealed Recordings. With a rapidly growing fan base and an awe-inspiring discography, the duo is all set for insane levels of success following their return

Beatport has just added two new genres to its list of featured music: organic house/downtempo. The genres are characterized by slower tempos and more drum-forward beats and as Beatport has stated, it is an effort to "trend towards deeper, more meditative, and occasionally slower shades of house music in various music scenes around the world". While the addition of the new genres

American entrepreneur Scooter Braun, who is managing some of the most reputed faces in the music scene through his artist representation company SB Projects, has just invested in a new Virtual concert start-up company called Wave. The 38-year-old businessman currently manages artists the size of Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato, Justin Bieber, The Black Eyed Peas, David Guetta, Steve Angello and Martin Garrix among

Legendary recording artist Sir Ivan, best known as Peaceman, has organised a MegaMix contest designed to help out unemployed and upcoming DJs that have suffered the negative economic consequences that the coronavirus has brought along. To aid this cause, he will personally donate $10,000, half of which will be donated to Insomniac’s 'Rave Recovery' fund, while the remaining $5,000 will be divided across

One of the biggest record companies in the world, Sony Music, have launched a $100 million fund in aid of anti racism initiatives and social justice. Rob Stringer, Sony Music Group's chairman, recently came out with the following statement as a result of the ongoing protests against racist attitudes: "Racial injustice is a global issue that affects our artists, songwriters, our people, and

Later this year a distinctive, socially distanced music venue, One Night Records, is opening its doors to the public in Central London.   As the world tries take a step forward in recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, some music venues and companies are realising the potential for a rather unusual return of live music events. One Night Records is considering to do just that; scheduled