Sandro Silva has been on top of his game ever since he figuratively redefined Big Room House music with his smash hit ‘Epic (feat. Quintino)’!
We’ve been witness to a transitional era of musical genres and dance music styles over the last few years. With so much of activity in the transitional market, we’ve seen a fair share of artists deliver creatively with different styles, but we have also seen a bunch of artists deliver emphatically with a style that is unique to their signature sound.
Two majorly diverse artists within their field, Yves V and Marc Benjamin unite for their debut collaboration on Spinnin’ delivering an amalgamation of the finest sounds, ready to rock the larger stages and clubs alike this season.
Last year, L.A. based producer Gryffin delivered two heavy-hitting singles that showcased his deeply melodic take on dance music.
Only 17 years old and on the verge of conquering the electronic music world, it’s safe to say that Mesto not only makes future house music, but he is literally the future!
For more than a decade, Gawvi, the Miami-bred producer/DJ/songwriter has been carving his own path. With an approach that spans a myriad of genres including hip-hop, pop, and electro, his sound has remained unquestionably unique and globally appealing.
Electronic Dance Music is a term synonymous with energy, passion and showbiz along with a long list of sub-features that magnify its dominance in the world as one of the most heard forms of music.
Corey James, recently acclaimed as Liverpool’s best-kept secret is certainly one to listen out for.
We were witness to a barrage of artist albums and LP’s last year and every album came through with a formative collection of music that tells a story. 2017 has been no stranger to such albums, and it is difficult to define a clear winner so far. Third Party have powerful song writing capabilities and a discography that clearly defines their production prowess and emotive exuberance. Having c...
‘There’s no place like home’, we reminisced as we walked passed the gates, with our festival essentials intact. Vh1 Supersonic had a new home but the unparalleled zeal from fans and organizers alike, had us wide eyed and brimming with excitement.
Fedde Le Grand has been one of the most consistent artists in the electronic music scene for quite sometime now. His dedication to create something completely original and to deviate from the norm is a firm indication of his expertise and his vision towards providing fans with a unique collection of music.
India based – The Dirty Code, have had a monumental last few months and look to cap off 2016 in style! Their collaboration with another Indian artist, Skynock, who has his plate full of deep house releases, is a smooth transitional crossover of their styles, and the DJ support speaks volumes on the final product.