The past few years have been more hectic than ever for David Guetta. The French legend, who carved a reputation as one of EDM's true superstars at the turn of the last decade thanks to tracks like 'Titanium' and 'How Soon Is Now', has adapted his sound in recent times, and is now a proud pioneer of the 'future rave'
The California based DJ and producer duo VRDGO have constantly made the headlines in the electronic music industry for the past few years, thanks to their exotic tech and electro house tunes that can be described as edgy and emotive, with an undeniable groove. Apart from getting their stuff released on top-notch labels like Armada Music, Brooklyn Fire, and Black
David Guetta and MORTEN simply cannot be stopped this year, this time applying their own magic to Lanie Gardner's cover of British-American rock band, Fleetwood Mac's iconic track, 'Dreams' from 1977. The two artists have turned the track into a high-energy future rave anthem, out now via Parlophone. If you're somehow still not part of the TikTok kingdom, you might not be familiar with Lanie Gardner's name,
David Guetta and MORTEN's Future Rave sound has become one of the most groundbreaking movements in the modern dance music industry. Together, the two producers have combined their talents, culminating in the foundation of a brand new genre that looks to dominate listening habits in the present and future. Though David Guetta and MORTEN are both extraordinary producers in their
Belgian DJ and producer duo D'Angello & Francis are one of the most hard working electronic dance music artists at the moment, which definitely shows in their growth and huge support that they're getting. The talented musicians have just released their first-ever collaboration with the Dutch trance master Armin van Buuren, called 'Que Pasa'. The highly energetic banger just dropped
Last Friday, David Guetta and MORTEN hosted the exclusive one-off radio show 'Future Friday' on Tomorrowland's One World Radio, showcasing their 'future rave' sound for an exhilarating hour. The set features all four tracks from their 'New Rave' EP, opening with 'Kill Me Slow', and ending with one of their previous future rave collaborations, the ever-so emotional 'Heaven (David Guetta & MORTEN Remix)'. Commenting on
D’Angello & Francis deliver iconic 2-hour livestream set full of ‘future rave’ IDs in the Port of Antwerp
Belgian DJs and producers D'Angello & Francis have dropped an astonishing 2-hour set from the iconic Port of Antwerp. Without a doubt, this one has become one of the hottest livestreams of the summer so far with plenty of great tracks and 'future rave' IDs. The two members of the Smash The House family have been locked up in the studio for a
Within the dance music industry, it is incredibly rare to see artists change the face of the scene. Unleashing a new wave of electronic music that will no doubt shape the future of the genre, David Guetta and Morten have truly earned their place in the history books as one of the industry’s greatest alliances. In a surprise move that
Watching two top tier artists completely change the face of the electronic music industry is a rarity. The culmination of two major talents resulting in the forging of a brand new genre is even more rare. This unique scenario was actualised by David Guetta and MORTEN mid-2019, when the two superstar DJs unveiled their first collaborative work, 'Never Be Alone'
The collabs between David Guetta and Morten are arguably a pleasant surprise for the 2019 electronic music scene, hits like Never Be Alone (feat. Aloe Blacc), Avicii's Heaven remix, Make It To Heaven (with Raye), as well as the last track released by the duo Detroit 3 AM are reverberating positively and prove that the French superstar remains at its
Recording his fifth straight release on Axwell‘s musical abode of Axtone Records, Shapov has really come together as an act, as a producer and most importantly as one of the many outlets of good music on the label as he enters his second year with the moniker. And what is more is that the music on Axtone in general seems