When someone thinks underground, they certainly don't think of the sunset melody genre. This beautiful, euphoric, and often entrancing style has never seen the light of the mainstream, though has a very committed and devoted following from those who are in
We Rave You's 10th episode brings not one, but two artists. Doubling the curating talent and marking whats already been an impressive string of podcasts this year. Featuring Russian and Italian flare, the back-to-back combination of Vigel and Nari &
Never ones to shy away from bigger and bolder things, We Rave You is proud to bring you our 9th episode of our podcast. And this time is comes in a rather special package.Esteemed British dance music icon Tom Staar has come
Tony Romera may be a name some of you are unfamiliar with. Well it's time to get acquainted.Only 22, Tony Romera has already worked with labels such as Protocol, Dim Mak, Flamingo, Mad Decent and Sosumi reflecting his production dynamic characteristic.
One of Russia's emerging and prolific artists, Shapov has already cemented his presence within the electronic scene with certainty. Frequently alongside heavy-weights Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso, Alexander Shapovalov has produced heavily supported material even at the start of his solo career.
Rising Italian duo Lush & Simon have broken onto the scene of the past couple of years or so. Our Episode 5 curators have continued the trend of extending the podcast across genre spectrum's and to new heights of reputation.
Australia's rising stars New World Sound have accumulated a stellar reputation over the past few years. Episode 4 curators have elevated the podcast to even further heights, blending today's big electronic hits, with crafty mixes and new material to create
Paris & Simo have quite an impressive collection of hits within their catalogue, to put it mildly. We Rave You’s Episode 3 was blessed with their presence and work, bringing a fusion of progressive house hits with renowned vocal loops
Episode 2 brings a French flavour. More specifically Gregori Klosman’s flavour. The Frenchman has become renowned for his combination of deeper synths and drops with instrumental and melodic progressions, creating an uplifted and euphoric tone to his sets.His work on