With 2015 almost coming to a close, Axtone’s podcast, ‘Axtone Presents’, delivers a one-hour show that highlights some of its best moments thus far. Since October of 2014, the podcast has produced fifteen shows featuring special guests such as Adrian Lux, Dirty South, and Axwell himself. Other artists who have appeared on the show include CamelPhat, Bob Sinclar, Deniz Koyu, Tom

Diplo was undoubtedly one of the busiest DJ’s and producers all throughout 2015. From managing his Mad Decent label to throwing big parties around the world, Diplo was more preoccupied than ever this year. In addition, the Los Angeles-based producer had other endeavors working on projects for Major Lazer and collaborating with Skrillex as Jack Ü. Diplo’s hard work paid

Two-thirds of the world-renowned Swedish House Mafia have shown their capabilities of bringing the finest music for their fans. Axwell & Sebastian Ingrosso have continued to rock the stage together with their seismic live sets at some of the biggest music festivals across the globe. From Coachella, to Ultra Music Festival for instance, the two powerhouses seem to never disappoint pleasing

Swedish producer Axwell, one third of Swedish House Mafia, and one half of Axwell /\ Ingrosso hardly needs an introduction. Inaugurated in 2005 as an imprint to release Axwell's own material, Axtone, has now involved into something much larger. As of 2015, the label has formed a partnered with Universal Music Publishing and sings artists from across the globe - Shapov, Adrian Lux and Deniz Koyu

We have been waiting patiently for Knife Party's new EP 'Trigger Warning' to be released, and now it seems like it is just around the corner.  With still no confirmed release date and with their social media pages teasing the album cover, Rob and Gareth appear to be ready to unleash it on the world.  Luckily, due to their stellar hour long mix on the Diplo

Tiësto & Oliver Heldens are two of the biggest names in the industry right now. And unsurprisingly they're both Dutch. Figure heads of two generations, the pairs recent collaborative work continues, with their talents intertwining once again for the latest 'One Mix' for Apple Music's Beats 1 radio station. Dosed with future house vibes and deeper sounds, Heldens influence is evident

After ditching his EPIC radio concept, progressive house maestro Eric Prydz has taken up a brand new fortnightly show for Beats One radio. In what was an outstanding mix from the Swede, Prydz worked his magic and in classic fashion curated a mix chock-full of exclusives and IDs, revealing tracks which have been anticipated for years as well as a