deadmau5 and Kaskade's collaborative venture Kx5 have just released their newest single 'Alive' featuring The Moth and The Flame. Following their reigning Top 40 radio smash 'Escape' and latest single 'Take Me High', deadmau5 and Kaskade - known jointly as Kx5 – are back again with a new offering. 'Alive' features American alternative rock outfit The Moth & The Flame. The
After cryptic previews were shared by the two of them earlier this week, deadmau5 and Kaskade have officially joined forces to create their brand-new Kx5 project. They’re set to release their first single ‘Escape’ with up-and-coming singer-songwriter Hayla on Friday, March 11, with their live debut to grace Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas in May. Whilst this Kx5 project is new for
Chicago-born DJ/Producer Ryan Raddon (better known by his stage name; Kaskade) has released a brand-new 18-track compilation album 'Arkade Destinations: Tulum' via his imprint Arkade. The album, which features music from an array of different artists, aims to bring more attention to the <128bpm side of electronic music. In an interview with SiriusXM, Kaskade discussed his inspiration behind the album. "I discovered Tulum
Fans of Chicago-born DJ/producer Kaskade jumped for joy last week, when the 46-year-old Ryan Gary Raddon finally broke the silence regarding his long awaited sequel to Redux EP. Back in 2014 Kaskade first introduced the Redux concept to his fans by releasing Redux EP (001), which also marked the starting point of his accompanying 'It's You, It's Me Redux Tour'.
A few years ago, American DJ/Producer Kaskade embarked on what has since become a legendary tour around his native USA. 'Redux' introduced the DJ's already massive fan base to an even deeper side of his diverse musical repertoire. Born in Chicago, the DJ whose real name is Ryan Gary Raddon, soon found a love for the music that shared his birthplace. Kaskade had
One of the industry’s longstanding producers is back with a brand new track that is definitely something different from what we would expect from him. Kaskade, who is mostly known for his astonishing progressive house sounds, switches gears toward the style of brass house for the mighty “Jorts FTW”. For this heart-pumping tune, the American artist joined forces with New
Recieving its debut at none other than Kaskade's record-breaking set at Coachella's Main stage earlier this year, Digital Lab and Henrix's collaboration has been eagerly awaited over the past couple of months. Being released on Kaskade's Arkade imprint, the distinctive mainstage sound has proven to be very popular with festival-goers. Both originating from Florida, it's no surprise their track prompts a