Previews

The legendary American EDM trio, Major Lazer, recently debuted their first track 'Can't Take It From Me' featuring  Jamaican singer-songwriter, Skip Marley from their upcoming album - that is rumored to present a collaboration with Colombian reggaeton singer, J Balvin as well. The new hit follows the beloved qualities from Major Lazer; the vocals of Marley perfectly complement the fresh, uplifting summer tunes, with

Last night, Swedish House Mafia played their first show, for a sold-out Tele2 Arena in Stockholm, since their official reunion at Ultra Music Festival last year. This show is the first of a world tour which will see the legendary trio travel to the likes of Mexico, Switzerland, Spain and the UK among other places, where fans will no doubt be excited to hear

Since exploding onto the EDM scene years ago, Martin Garrix has built a reputation as being someone that all the biggest artists want to collaborate with. The dutch DJ has worked with the likes of Khalid, Dua Lipa and Usher to name a few and frequently performs on the very best festival mainstages, even hosting his own stages with his record label STMPD Records. It appears that

Fast rising producer Yung Pretender is back, and this time, he's bringing the future anthem of summer 2019 in the shape of hot new single 'Interrupt Me'. Blessed with a deep bass-influenced intro, the record is laced with irresistibly rhythmic chord patterns and a club-ready bass-line throughout. Topping the track with a deadly hook and catchy vocal, 'Interrupt Me' follows the UK talent's

With a plethora of big shows coming up, including Creamfields, Joel Zimmerman, a.k.a deadmau5 is ramping up the Cube 3.0 preparations, as he jumps into full swing in 2019. Joel even recently took to Facebook to flaunt his new structure. However, having recently performed at Belly Up Aspen and at Park City Live in Utah, it appears that some new ID's are also on the horizon. While

Last weekend, Trance legend Armin Van Buuren hosted the massive ASOT 900 live in Utrecht. Amongst others, Armin himself played three sets. One warm-up set, A WAO138?! set and of course, a headliner set right after Above & Beyond, with which the Dutch DJ and producer premiered a brand new collab during their set. Naturally, these kind of events are always a great place

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