One of progressive house music's biggest names Nicky Romero teamed up earlier this year with singer ROZES to release a collaborative track titled 'Where Would We Be'. ROZES came into the spotlight when her collaboration with meteoric duo The Chainsmokers titled 'Roses' was released last year and quickly went up to the top of every chart, gathering some very admirable records. Nicky Romero announced via Facebook post that he

Dutch DJ/producer Nicky Romero has proven to be a force to be reckoned with over the years, releasing a string of impeccable releases, while maintaining his well-reputed label Protocol Recordings. Having already kicked off 2018 with a bang with the release of 'PRTCL' featuring Spyder last month, he has maintained this momentum by dropping another brand new track, 'Where Would

Following their extremely successful debut album titled Pharmacy, the Swedish chart-topping duo known as Galantis have just released a sophomore album, which might just top their previous work, both in sales and sonic appeal. The duo's second studio album has already stormed the charts with its lead single 'No Money', as well as the slightly out of character collaboration with

A solid contender among the new wave of electronic acts to come out of Sweden, Galantis took on every possible chart with the release of Runaway (U & I), a crossover hit, further showing the dominance of dance music's commercial breakthrough. Followed up by further success with tracks like 'Peanut Butter Jelly' and 'No Money', the duo consisting of Christian Karlsson and Linus Eklöw, has become known

New York city based duo, The Chainsmokers have been quite silent for a while now, but happily, they are back, and they are coming back bigger than ever. The duo who actually started with huge indie influences for their remixes, are back with a pop-ish but yet very refreshing production, with vocals in charge of the upcoming ROZES. "Roses" will take you