Despite the horrors the last few months have entailed, every now and again there are glimmers of hope. From declining cases in New York, to Italy reopening some stores, we are daring to believe that we may have conquered COVID-19. But there is still a long way to go, and charitable efforts from generous individuals and organisation still go a long
The house icon Dr. Kucho! is back! This time it is not with a song but with a free video game titled 'Ghosts'n DJs' that has counted with the help of non-other than the legend Deadmau5, who features in it. This game will be out next Friday February 6th on the gaming platform Steam. Daniel Manzano also known as Dr Kucho!
Porter Robinson is no stranger to charitable donations. One of the goals of Second Sky Festival was to raise money for the Robinson Malawi fund. The fund, set up by Robinson himself, was aimed to raise money at ending Burkitt lymphoma, which is a type of cancer, in Malawi. When revealing the fund earlier this month, Porter said: "I’m starting a fund in cooperation
Electronic music producer Marshmello just gave his entire fanbase another reason to support him. Of course, his music may be the reason electronic music lovers all over the world have pledged their allegiance to the masked music virtuoso, and partly because every time he takes to any mainstage, Marshmello drops some of the most exuberant and energising sets that pack the
Talking about those who have taken 2016 by a storm, it is tough to overlook the 'sound from the clouds' from Colorado based Trevor Christensen, or Said The Sky as he is better known. Having been the supporting act for Denver based Electronic Music stalwart Illenium's ‘Ashes’ tour, even Trevor would agree that his career has covered quite a stretch in