With the Electronic music scene careening recklessly towards the future, the virality of the music has been largely instrumental in defining the preferences of fans and festival goers alike.
Music in it’s truest essence has always been subject to changes and transformations with respect to genres and styles. There’s no doubt that most forms of music are borrowed or transitioned from another style of music, prevalent in the past, or derived from an existing phase.
Mike Hawkins has always tried to stay ahead of the sounds, that are currently popular in the dance music world.
Off the back of previous offering ‘Save Myself’, Max Vangeli goes back to his roots with his “Roads EP”, out on via NoFace Records.
With an abundance of talent and a penchant for creative excellence, Indian Electronic music producers have made a mark for themselves locally as well as globally with some stellar productions and a strong musical presence.
Ideas and creativity that mirror their music and their live on-stage explosiveness: Gudrun von Laxenburg is even larger than the three men you see on stage.
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.