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On this day in 2011, Alesso crafted one of his most jaw-dropping productions of all time, and though there's a popular phrase in the world of dance music than 'big room will never die', that particular sub-genre has, sadly, been slowly fading in popularity since around 2014/15. The term 'EDM', however, - including the 'golden era' of progressive anthems -

Today marks 8 years since Swedish maestro Alesso blessed the world with his unforgettable remix of Nadia Ali, Starkillers and Alex Kenji's monster collaboration; 'Pressure'. While the original was released in mid-February back in 2011, Alesso's take was released some 3 months later, with Calvin West, Clocx, Rene Amesz, as well as Matan Caspi and Eddy Good, also having the pleasure of releasing

Avicii's sudden and tragic death has sent shockwaves throughout the world. More than just a DJ and a producer, Tim told stories through his music and inspiring the entire world with his infectious melodies and iconic collaborations. Each individual chooses to cope with his death in their own way. For those who honour his memory and seek closure and comfort through

Back in 2011, dance music was quickly blossoming into one of the biggest genres in the world with mainstream success from the likes of the Swedish House Mafia and Calvin Harris all signalling the massive popularity of the genre. While talents such as these were all enjoying the huge mainstream appeal of dance music, there were a number of new talents

One of the definitive electronic tracks from this decade's early days was "Bromance". With it's legendary melody and infectious vocals, it truly is a masterpiece amongst the vast electronic catalogue. However, Avicii's (then performing under the name Tim Berg) creation has been brought into question. Starkillers, with 12 Beatport No.1's under his belt, two of which are in the top 25