While there are exciting electronic releases dropping every single week, many love to look back on tracks from the past that made a huge impact during their time. One of the industry's most iconic collaborations from 2013, 'Flute' by Australian duo New World Sound and Dutch star Thomas Newson has just turned 5 years old. Like its title suggests, 'Flute' is
The world of electronic music is still well and truly in shock following Hardwell's recent announcement cancelling all forthcoming tour dates, (except one performance during ADE), in order to focus on his mental and physical health. In the midst of this news, one of Hardwell's most iconic hits, his collaboration with W&W titled 'Jumper', has just turned 5 years old. 'Jumper'
For all the hassle and disagreement that is rife among the genre's fans, there is not much commotion when it comes to choosing the golden era of its rise to prominence - most followers quickly point to that 2010-2012 sound. What perhaps concluded that sound and style of production in 2012 was Avicii and Nicky Romero's collaboration titled 'I Could
Its only been a week since Sick Individual and Axwell's 2013 hit 'I AM' turned 4 years old and made us ponder over the importance of such releases from the glorious years of 2012-2014 for Electro House and House in general. While these tracks will have their anniversaries every now and then, Sebastian Ingrosso and Tommy Trash's 2012 original hit
Talk about career launching tracks for one of the world's top DJs and it would be inevitable for one to not put Hardwell's 2012 hit 'Cobra' alongside his statement outputs such as 'Zero 76' along with Tiesto and the captivating original 'Spaceman'. Having been Hardwell's breakthrough year, 2012 marked the year when Hardwell performed on the Tomorrowland main-stage in July,
His album Worlds may have been released already two years ago, but Porter Robinson is still immersed in the seemingly endless afterglow of his masterpiece. In fact, his new indie, eletropop direction has guided him into global superstardom and open him new doors as he tours around the world headlining shows of varying sizes. As Porter Robinson wraps up his summer festival tour, one of his game