Will K Tag

Having surged up the ladder in recent times, UK duo Third Party are quickly establishing themselves as one of dance music’s biggest names. We Rave You pay tribute to the progressive house heroes with our Third Party's 10 best tracks of all time: 10) Get Back An aggressive and thumping production, ‘Get Back’ is the pure embodiment of Third Party’s proggy, club-made

Liverpool-based producer and DJ Corey James has been making waves across dance music for some time now. Having bubbled under the surface with releases such as 'RIU' & 'LMSY' with Australian producer and good friend, Will K, Corey attracted the attention of Swedish legend Steve Angello, releasing a number of tracks on Steve's famous Size Records Label. Sensing his enormous potential,

Axwell’s Axtone Records continues to be on a roll as it welcomes Australian DJ & producer Will K for his sophomore release on the label: ‘Sour Milk’. First premiered at Tomorrowland by the label boss himself, the hefty festival weapon has been one of Axtone’s most anticipated releases of the year. Will K is no stranger to the scene, making his

Australia's finest upcoming DJ and producer Will K teams up with renowned drum lord Sebjak to unleash a true tribal banger on Max Vangeli's imprint No Face Records. Reminiscent of the 2014 electro house sound cultivated by the Swedish House Mafia's Steve Angello, Will & Sebjak's new collaboration 'Kumasi' brings some much-needed freshness into the current electronic dance music scene. Having received

Two of Liverpool’s brightest exports have recently joined forces for a gargantuan collaborative track. Beginning with the Australian native, WILL K has been on a rapid incline after signing with some of the industry’s most prominent record labels. With releases on DOORN, Size, Protocol, Armada, and Sosumi under his name, WILL K has certainly proven his ground to be one

Will K delivers an absolute banger in his latest effort, Hakai. Following in suit of the groove cartel train, Hakai infuses tribal with progressive and tech house domains. The Australian prodigy has been consitently adding to his portfolio over the last few months with releases on Armada, Size, Protocol, Oxygen and now Doorn Records. Will's debut on Sander van Doorn's imprint

Australia’s up-and-coming progressive star - Will K is back with a magnificent collaboration with Danny Ray, titled “Bot”. Though fairly new to the scene, Will’s work has already seen some impressive accomplishments. Recently, Knife Party features his track “Here Comes The Sun” during their set at Electric Love Festival. Being backed by big names such as Hardwell, Chuckie, Nicky Romero, and