Were you planning to dance this weekend? Even if it's in the bedroom, there's no shortage of good music to get your foot off the ground, especially with this week's hottest releases. Heavyweight producers PAX join the powerful duo Gorgon City to bring us the bombastic single 'Alive'. These two British teams have shown that their middle name is 'success'
The Avicii tribute concert in Stockholms Friends Arena took at the time of writing, bringing thousands of fans together, in Stockholm and in front of their TVs, computers, tablets or phones for the portion that was live streamed. As far as we can tell, the whole show, the crowd, as well as all artists involved gave their best to pay
Italy's young Electro House maestro Wasback has been on a tear this year. The 20-year-old has enjoyed a slew of successful releases on the likes of Revealed Recordings, Dharma and many more. Now, Wasback is returning to Blasterjaxx's Maxximize imprint as he teams up with Taiwanese sensation DJ Junior on a brand-new Electro House anthem 'Alive'. Since its release, 'Alive' has quickly skyrocketed up the Beatport Electro House chart.
R3HAB and Vini Vici are no stranger to collaborations. Both artists have collaborated with names such as Armin van Burren, Icona Pop, W&W and Julie Bergan. R3HAB has been at the forefront of dance music over the last 7 years, with publications Forbes and Billboard calling him 'the future of the craft'. R3HAB, born Fadil El Ghoul, has released tracks that have topped many lists and has over 20 Million
One of the best things to come out of Sweden in the past few years has been the masterful work of Adrian Lux. Prinz Adrian Johannes Hynne has graced stages around the world and released a 12 track album back in 2012. His work has caught the ears of some of dance music's most known figures and one of his tracks "Teenage
They've got the leather jackets, trademark robot helmets, and most importantly, they have the music. For the last 6 years, Dublin based tribute act 'Daft as Punk' have been stepping behind the masks of their favourite French duo, giving Irish crowds a chance to live the fantasy at a fraction of the cost. One essential element that has been missing, or shall
Whenever future generations look back over the history of electronic music, there will always be one group of musicians who's name will forever continue to appear. The two musicians we're referring to are Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de-Homem Christo, and the name of their group is Daft Punk. After changing the game and releasing what many consider to be the last truly