Electronic dance music has seen a lot of changes in recent years. The peak of the big room in 2014, the future bass era in 2016 and lately the rise of hardstyle across main stages around the world. However, there is one genre that, besides some people calling it dead for years now, has remained through all the different periods

When Deniz Koyu decided to step away from progressive house to focus on his KO:YU alias - a house/future bass alternative side to Koyu - many were worried about whether the original Deniz Koyu project would continue. With anthems such as 'Lift' with Don Palm, 'To The Sun', and 'Tung!', the German-Turkish DJ has more than made a name for

Turkish/German DJ Deniz Koyu pumps out "Atlantis" on Spinnin' Records. Full of driving melodies and that specially curated sound KO:YU is known to conjure up, this track will be a set staple. The producer/DJ is known for club bangers on labels like Protocol Recordings, Axtone Records, Refune, and many more. He was heralded as an EDM artist to watch in

It's 2018 and a new means a new episode of We Rave You's Spotify Weekly Selections. 2017 displayed vast arrays of diversity in EDM's expansion, with the explosion of Future Bass and numerous other alternative sub-genres. Much like this year, We Rave You's latest Weekly Selections is set to be bigger and better than the last, with new music from Marcus

One of Mexico’s finest music producers is back with yet another magnificent track. Diego Mastachi, who is currently one of the dance music scene’s fastest-rising talents, has recently released his brand new remix of KO:YU’s single called “Don’t Wait”, which features the renowned vocals of Example. Hailing from the State of Mexico, Mastachi has become a household name within the Mexican

Deniz Koyu goes KO:YU. In a time when every other artist seems to be molding to the mainstream, Deniz Koyu is doing the exact opposite. After more then six yers in the elctronic music business, Koyu has turned his original passion project into arguably one of the qualitatively most convicing acts on the planet. Now, however, it’s time for a change. The German producer has had a fair share