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.

After Ultra 2014, why UMF could also mean, “Ultimate Music Festival”! – Day 2 Review

Avicii’s health concerns meant that he could no longer perform his set scheduled for Day Two of the Ultra Music Festival. This did cause some major disappointment, however the organizers did manage a coup of sorts, by bringing in a replacement the crowd was equally excited about – Deadmau5.

New Release: Ahmed Romel – Prism (Original Mix) [Blue Soho Recordings]

Emotional, uplifting trance boss Ahmed Romel needs no introduction, after launching himself into the spotlight at the end of 2010, now he is one of the brightest uplifting producer out there with his mega-hit “Victory” follow-up Prism!

After Ultra 2014, why UMF could also mean, “Ultimate Music Festival”! – Day 1 Review

As expected, Ultra Miami 2014 was very eventful. A couple of unfortunate events kicked off the festival, as a guard was trampled and Avicii had to cancel his performance and undergo an emergency operation, but the music and energy was at an all-time high at the 16th Ultra Music Festival in Miami. Here’s an account of what went down on day 1!

#EmeryApril: Our ARTIST OF THE MONTH for April 2014 – GARETH EMERY!

Very few artists have gone beyond their own style, sounds or to put it simply in a word this artist hates – ‘Genre’. His production style is a fusion of trance, progressive and house, but he admits he hasn’t played trance in a while, meaning his live sets feature more of uplifting house music. His imprint goes by the name ‘Garuda’, the mythological bird he came to know about while visi...

#News: Ultra Music Festival announces 2015 dates despite Mayor’s opposition!

While officials seek to end UMF within Miami city limits, Ultra Music Festival has still promised 2015 dates set for March 28th, 29th, and 30th of next year. However, due to the high volume of arrests, over 100 reported hospitalizations, extensive residential complaints, and the unfortunate trampling of CSC security guard, 28 year-old Erica Mack, Mayor Thomas Regaldo had the following to say about...

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