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Canadian artist, Isabelle Rezazadeh has quickly distinguished a name for herself by using a dark, twisted, and mystical approach to her production. Throwing it back to her 'Something Wrong Here' album, the "Space Mom" or as many refer to as REZZ has created her own style of music that can easily induce you into a hypnotic trance-like state without warning. With deep

Following up from his incredible single 'DDOKBOKKI' with Omega Sapien and a Grammy nomination for 2020 album 'PLANET'S MAD', Baauer has another announcement to make and this time it's in the form of a virtual festival, taking place Saturday April 10. Baauer's BOPFEST is a nod to the first anniversary of his first livestream, and features a lineup including artists who have previously won his Twitch-streamed bop

Great news has just come in: Baauer is back. Coming in hot with his first original release of 2021, it takes the form of 'DDOKBOKKI' and features Omega Sapien, the K-pop artist part of the up-and-coming group Balming Tiger. 2021 saw Baauer kick it off with a huge first Grammy nomination for his second studio album, 2020's 'Planet's Mad'. Also releasing a clothing collaboration with Pangea, he now gets back

When talking about the pioneers of electronic trap music, it is impossible not to mention Baauer, a 31-year-old producer from Philadelphia signed to LuckyMe, who provided us with such legendary trap tracks as 'Higher ft. Just Blaze & Jay Z',  or a remix for Flosstradamus' 'Roll Up'. In June this year, his latest - the second in his career right

For many fans of the genre that gave us such acts as Flosstradamus, RL Grime, TroyBoi, Hucci, or UZ, its most peak time might have passed. EDM's version of trap appeared unexpectedly at the beginning of 2012 thanks to, among others, Original Don (Flosstradamus Remix) release, and its truest version was quickly overshadowed by the development of new subgenres, both

Due to the current situation in the world, our life has moved to the virtual world. One of the industries that have suffered (and still suffers) most in recent months is definitely the event/club industry. Hundreds of canceled tours, dozens of moved in time music festivals, suspended functioning of clubs practically all over the world, etc. Due to a kind of