If one were to flash back to dance music at the turn of the decade, they’d find that synthesized electro-house and wobbling bass ruled the airwaves on the “harder” end of the spectrum, a sound that has since evolved into what we now know as bass house, future bass and more. Bringing a vintage flair to the modern era, Ephwurd teamed up with Oneeva for their new single – Func...
If you’re feeling in need of some uplifting vibes this winter, you can trust SWACQ and their fellow Protocol Recordings artists to boost your spirits with their new track “I Want It All (ft. PollyAnna).”
WE THE SAVAGES, the two young producers hailing from Switzerland, are back with something a little (a lot!) special, following the opportunity to remix Basketball – the single by Jean Marie ft. Marta Sanchez & Flo Rida.
Teffler is the LA based DJ that returns with accessible future bass pop vibes for new single, Never Let Me Go.
After an unforgettable year that saw them release a number of detonative anthems, French duo Loge21 have just released their latest dancefloor weapon on Tiësto’s Musical Freedom label.
Coming hot off the back of heavy support on new single Temperature Rising, Australian DJ/producer Acaddamy now gives two scorching remixes to fill the floors in these darker months.
Matt and Eli, aka Two Friends, are living up to their reputation as the friendliest guys in dance music, with the release of their benefit single, ‘Just A Kid’, out now via Spinnin’ Records.
UK DJ and producer Corey James has joined forces with Israeli’s Teamworx, to conjure another quality collab entitled Funky Music, which is available on all platforms via Steve Angello’s renowned ‘SIZE Records’ label.
The go-to creator for hyper-infectious floor-fillers and melody-centric summer vibes, De Hofnar has more than earned his stripes in the world of dance music.
What a year it’s been for Armin van Buuren.
Coming off the success of the duo’s recent single “Burn,” Marnik has revealed a revamped version of the track courtesy of Ryan Riback’s remix.
It’s been quite the year for Grammy-nominated duo Feenixpawl. When 2017 was still in its early stages, the Australian tastemakers signed their Eclypse label to dance music heavyweight Armada Music and began tapping from an even larger well of creativity.