Axtone Tag

2 years ago today, Axwell dropped 'Nobody Else' and back then, the world was a very different place. There was certainly no pandemic, and the phrase 'COVID-19' was an alien concept to us all. Festivals were a-plenty, clubs were still open, Manchester City were the Premier League champions, Kobe Bryant was a regular attendee at the STAPLES Center to watch

It is undeniable that the early 2010s was known as the progressive house era. The legendary triumvirate of Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Angello and Axwell produced massive hits together and as individual artists as well, alongside with Dubvision, Otto Knows, Vicetone or Matisse & Sadko, just to name a few. One of the most iconic tunes of electronic dance music, 'Resurrection', produced by French DJ

As we all know, Axwell is one of the kings of dance music. If you stick Axwell's name on a track, it's always going to blow up and get millions of plays. For years and years now, he's been at the top of the industry and exciting news has just broke that he's set to release some new music before this year

Responsible for a huge flurry of the most era-defining anthems of the 21st century, Axtone Records is a label that has already secured a legacy in the ‘legendary’ pantheon since the imprint’s 2005 inception. From the early days of ‘Together’ and ‘Watch The Sunrise’, the label has navigated through the choppy waters of electro-dance and the move to commercialisation via

With Jack Wins & Caitlyn Scarlett collaborating once again to deliver the long-anticipated follow-up to ‘Freewheelin’ (clocking up over 25 million streams to date), we sat down with the pair to discuss new single 'Animals'. In the past few years, Wins has seen himself welcomed by the Axtone family with open arms, now making his fourth outing on the imprint

Amidst the news about cancellations upon cancellations, any news about events still going forward is great for the community and the fans attending these events. Creamfields - the UK's leading dance festival - is one of those still going ahead as planned as of right now, and after releasing their full lineups for Friday, Saturday and Sunday (with a handful of special