2014 saw more and more artists release studio albums. Some were good, some were very good, and some shouldn’t have been released in the first place. If you’re thinking about which album is worth your time and bandwidth, you’ve come to the right place. Read on to find out our Top 10 Albums of 2014 (In no particular order).
On December 19th and 20th dance music’s biggest mainstage slaying duo Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike will spark a fuse that will illuminate the clubbing calendar for 2015.
SFX Entertainment has confirmed that Beatport will be relaunched to also allow users to stream their music instead of just buying it.
Diplo has announced that Major Lazer is in the works of mastering their latest tracks and there will be new music coming up in 2015.
Swedish duo Axwell Λ Ingrosso have finally opened up about the ‘Λ’ symbol in their name in a recent interview with Pete Tong.
Hardwell has teamed up with singer Jason Derulo, one of the world’s most popular artists of this moment.
The Frenchman has done it yet again with his new album ‘Listen’ selling over thousands of copies and moving up to take top spot on the coveted Billboard chart.
In 2015 BigCityBeats will once again transform the Commerzbank Arena into the ‘biggest club in the world’.