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EDC Las Vegas once again proved to be a great success! Featuring the world's biggest names, loads of new ID's and (not to mention a 'No Redemption' revival) 3 days of downright dirty beats, the festival was one to remember for all patrons. Mainstage mainstays such as Armin van Buuren, Tiësto, Don Diablo, W&W and Timmy Trumpet all delivered high-octane sets, while

American DJ and producer Dylan Ragland, better known as Party Favor, just released his highly anticipated album 'Layers' and it is a true masterpiece. It features 11 very diverse tracks, from acid bass sound, that can be heard in the opening track 'Holdin On', heavy hip-hop elements in 'Wait A Minute', featuring A$AP Ferg and Juicy J, groovy EDM sounds

Earlier this month, LA-Based producer Dylan Ragland, known professionally as Party Favor, treated music fans to a stunning collaboration with Graves called 'Reach For Me'. The track marked the artist's first teaser from his upcoming album Layers which is set to be one of Party Favor's most anticipated album releases yet. Now, the music producer has released another production from the album and this one's

French house music superstar Martin Solveig might be best known for his 2010 smash hit 'Hello' ft. Dragonette, but the 42-year old producer's collaboration 'Intoxicated' ft. Miami based duo GTA often comes to mind first, when Solveig's repertoire is being discussed. Any Martin Solveig production is perfectly fit to the summer season, and when he dropped 'Intoxicated' exactly four years ago, we

Anticipation has been exceedingly high ahead of the release of deadmau5's brand new EP. Featuring 8 brand new tracks, including 3 remixes, the EP features a diverse range of production styles spanning the electronic music spectrum. Today, the EP was finally released, provoking a hugely positive response from audiences worldwide. Perhaps the most eagerly-awaited track, the EP opens with deadmau5's collaboration

Spinnin’ Sessions is back to provide another weekly dose of the finest tracks in the electronic music scene. This week’s episode includes a spectrum of releases, as well as an energy-fueled guest mix from Dutch superstar Dyro and American power duo GTA. As usual, the selection of releases spans a variety of the most well-respected labels in the industry, as well as

GTA are renowned for their dynamic innovation on the electronic music scene, with few coming close to matching their portfolio's variety of sounds and styles. And their latest EP 'Death To Genres Volume 2' on Warner Bros. Records no exception to their self-created theme of diversity. With their cult-like following throughout the online world, especially after 'Death To Genres Volume 1', it's

Flosstradamus are name not associated with the radio electronic music, unlike Avicii, David Guetta and Martin Garrix. However, if you're even remotely linked to trap, you will know of their legendary, respected status within the genre. So you'd expect nothing less than disruption and volume from their new material. Teaming up with big-room experts GTA and the voice of everything rave-setting,

Tomorrowland, arguably the world’s biggest music festival is just around the corner. As hundreds of thousands of people flock into Boom, Belgium to take part, we select our top 10 must-see acts for both attendees and stream viewers alike.   FRIDAY JULY 24th Mainstage Master - AVICII (Main Stage 22:45-0:00) Avicii has been quiet over late-2014 and the New Year period, reducing performances focusing heavily