Review: Dirty South – With You

Celebrated DJ/Producer Dirty South recently released an album, along with a musical, titled ‘With You’.

Review: Calvin Harris – Motion

He took EDM by storm with his previous effort 18 Months. It broke records and delivered some stunning tracks that are still played in clubs and festival sets. After setting the standard with that album, one wonders whether any of his next efforts could beat that?

Review: Super8 & Tab – Unified

Long established members of the Anjunabeats family, Finnish duo Super8 & Tab set the trance world ablaze in the mid-nineties with classic anthems ‘Helsinki Scorchin’ and ‘First Aid’ and continue to do so today, with their chart-topping track, ‘Awakenings’ and their highly acclaimed debut album “Empire,” which prompted Mixmag to write “It&#...

Review: Heatbeat – Global Monster

Argentinean duo Heatbeat have blasted onto the global EDM scene over the past 5 years. With a cutting edge, futuristic sound, they routinely fuse multiple genres together to create new, trance-based sounds for the future.

Review: Who’s Afraid of 138?! (Mixed by Simon Patterson & Photographer)

Simon Patterson and Photographer have cued up an exciting mix compilation titled the same as Armin van Buuren’s latest brand of trance ‘Who’s Afraid of 138’ released on Armada. What started as a track on ‘Intense’ became a stage at ASOT 650, then a record label, and eventually now comes a mix featuring some of the best recent trance tracks.

Review: Style Of Eye – Footprints

The new Style of Eye album, titled “Footprints” is out, and its a decent mix of your everyday progressive house and some experimental big room/electro tracks. Read on to find out what we thought about the tracks.

Review: Aly & Fila – The Other Shore

Egyptian duo Aly & Fila have expanded their record label with ‘Future Sound of Egypt Excelsior’, dominated stages across the globe with the FSOE world tour and dropped smash record after smash record.

Review: Steve Aoki – Neon Future I

Electronic music, or EDM as it is more commonly known, is not a genre in which it is easy to make it big. EDM is a lot like the pop scene, or even like the rock scene, where you have a lot of artists churning out very similar sounding material. It becomes increasingly difficult to cut out a niche for yourself, and when you do, you have to cling to that niche for your dear life and fend off anybody...

Review: Dash Berlin – We Are (Part 1)

After United Destination 2013 and the Deluxe Edition of #musicislife last year, Dash Berlin is back with his new album We Are One (Part 1), where he has collaborated with a number of diverse artists to create a wonderful album for all of us.

Review: Porter Robinson – Worlds

Porter Robinson’s much talked about new album ‘Worlds’ is finally out, and it definitely lives up to the hype that surrounded it. It’s good, really really good.

Review: John Dopping – Words In Colour

John Dopping recently released his debut album ‘Words in Colour’. The 13 track album has various different styles, and here’s our track-by-track take on the album.

Review: Thrillseekers – This Is All We Have

Steve Helstrip , better known as The Thrillseekers, is back with another scintillating track, called This Is All We Have.

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