Reviews

Review: Cosmic Gate – Start To Feel

Cosmic Gate have hit the bullseye with this beauty of an album. After their previous two disappointing efforts, they’ve finally managed to get their groove back. A lot of things have been done right, starting with the album title – Start To Feel is an album with a very high ‘feel’ quotient. The message is simple – Trance must not only be heard, it must also be felt.

Review: Never Say Die Vol. 3

Another year, another cracking album from Never Say Die. After releasing two absolutely huge compilation albums over the last two years, the UK dubstep label helmed by SKisM has just let loose the untamed beast that is ‘Never Say Die Volume 3’ in association with UKF/AEI Media. Volume 3 has 20 tracks, and 13 of the 20 tracks included in the package are brand new exclusives.

Review: Giuseppe Ottaviani – Magenta Live

Giuseppe Ottaviani’s highly anticipated follow-up is here and primed to colour your mind ‘Magenta’. Carrying studio team-ups with fellow trance geniuses, Ferry Corsten and Aly & Fila, plus supported by a stellar line of vocalists (Eric Lumiere, Audrey Gallagher, Linnea Schössow, Lo-Fi Sugar and Seri amongst them), the trance kingpin’s ready to wow again. Prepare to embrace all the shades, deg...

Review: Hardwell Presents Revealed Vol. 5

This summer, Hardwell releases the fifth installment of his critically acclaimed Revealed Compilation series. The follow-up to 2013′s unstoppable Revealed Vol 4, is chock-full of the label head’s big-room, electro and progressive house sounds.

Review: Paul Oakenfold – Trance Mission 2014

‘Trance Mission’ by Paul Oakenfold is all about recreating those eternal tracks with a modern spin/twist to give a perfect delicacy to the ears of the younger generation. It sounds strange but actually Paul Oakenfold is on a very heavy mission to give to the brand new generation of trance preachers the chance to taste some of the moments that shaped the trance culture as it is today. ‘Trance Missi...

Review: Deadmau5 – While(1 2) 2014

Very few dance music artists make headlines every second day,that too for non-musical reasons, but at the same time manage to surprise us time and again with the music that they release. Technically, the seventh album that Deadmau5 has produced, Joel likes to call this “the first album I’ve done that I can call an album”. The 7 EP he put up on his SoundCloud was full of deep piano melodies, and he...

Review: Tiesto – A Town Called Paradise

Every Tiësto album has an obvious buzz surrounding it. A Town Called Paradise is no different, and Tiësto is no stranger to the challenges of being a superstar. When someone of his stature announces an album the expectations are bound to be high.

Review: Above & Beyond – Anjunabeats Volume 11

The annual Anjunabeats compilations have always been something to look forward to, for the kind of track selection and sheer quality of sound the trio put into the mix.

Review: Armada Deep House Selection Vol. 3 (The Finest Deep House Tunes)

After receiving a thunderous response from listeners which lead to the massive success of ‘Deep House Selection Volume 2”, Armada Music has released the third installment under the name “Deep House Selection Volume 3” on 6th June 2014. This Compilation contains 20 of the deepest and funkiest tracks that will have you tapping your toes and nodding your head, immersing it deeper and deeper into musi...

Review: Andrew Rayel – Find Your Harmony

The much awaited debut album of Moldovan trance producer/DJ Andrew Rayel ‘Find Your Harmony’ was finally released on his mentor Armin van Buuren’s record label, Armada Music, on 30th May 2014. The modern day Mozart had been working on it since the last two years. Needless to say, it’s a celebration for trance fanatics and consists of 18 tracks including some of his biggest singles from the past an...

Review: Afrojack – Forget The World

Afrojack’s much awaited debut album ‘Forget The World’ is finally out, and it is simply the best collection of sounds from various genres delightfully put together in one album.

After Ultra 2014, why UMF could also mean, “Ultimate Music Festival”! – Day 3 Review

A sensational Day Two had set up the stage perfectly for a cracking finish to Ultra Music Festival on Day Three, with World No. 1 Hardwell’s festival-closing set being the most anticipated set. All eyes were also on Armin van Buuren’s ASOT 650 Tour Closing Event on its very own stage at Ultra, replacing the Carl Cox and Friends Stage which played on Day One and Two.

Lost Password

Sign Up

Contact

For reviews, interviews, press releases, promos and demos, please send a mail to [email protected]

×