Iconic German happy hardcore group Scooter have just dropped their twentieth album 'God Save The Rave', almost four years after their last. The album features stand-out collaborations with some of the industries best, combining with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike for 'We Love Hardcore', Timmy Trumpet for 'Paul is Dead' and Harris & Ford for the namesake track 'God Save The Rave'.
On this day in 1997, legendary dance group Scooter unleashed one of their most potent hits to date. 'Fire' did exactly as it said on the tin, with the euro-dance specialists launching into a full-energy assault on the senses. Now turning 24 years old, this one still sounds as fresh as ever and is guaranteed to get you dancing! Peeling
It's only March, but the new track 'We Love Hardcore' may feature one of the biggest collaborations of the entire year as a whole. The dream team of Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Scooter are here, and they're ready to set the electronic music world alight with their infectious energy and powerful sounds. Kicking off the track is the instantly recognisable voice of Scooter's frontman H.P. Baxxter.
While the world is slowly shutting down and governments are urging people #StayHome and practice social distancing in order to contain the spread of COVID-19, commonly referred to as the Coronavirus, more and more artists are jumping on-board with streaming performances right into your living room, and German techno/hardcore legends Scooter are one of them. On Friday the trio streamed
As the news of retirements came out last year, few hit the music industry and its fans more than that of Hardwell. The Dutch dance music legend - real name Robbert van de Corput - revealed his decision to stop touring at the end of summer, but assured the fans of the big room star that he would continue to make