As one of the latest stars to sign exclusively with Armada Music, Brussels’ Stereoclip sure knows how to make a big impression right off the bat.
Seeing as the collaboration between Allen Watts and Armada Music has been going strong since 2014 with over a dozen of mindbogglingly colossal releases, it was only a matter of time before the two parties would indulge in a more definitive partnership together.
2017 was a landmark year for Low Steppa. His highly influential label Simma Black celebrated its 100th release with ‘Karma’, a record he produced with acclaimed singer-songwriter Alex Mills on vocals, and one that led to both label of the month and artist of the month awards from Beatport last summer.
In a scene where budding producers have to trump tens of thousands of peers in order to stand out and rise to international stardom, future stars need all the help they can get.
It’s no mean feat to be around for 15 years in the current, ever-changing dance music climate, let alone to become the biggest independent dance music label in the world. As faith would have it, Amsterdam-based label Armada Music will hit that milestone in June this year and they don’t intend to let the moment go by unnoticed.
Though Armada Music has always been staking its claim as a big player in the world of electronic music, the past few years saw the Amsterdam-based record label become even more of an all-encompassing dance music label in terms of diversity and quality.
It’s been quite a while since Maor Levi last indulged an Armada Music label with one of his melodically impeccable productions, but the wait is finally over. Today, the Israeli tastemaker touched down on Armada Trice with a brand-new single: Aurora.
When seeking to remain atop an industry that embraces innovation and change as wholeheartedly as the dance music industry does, you can’t get caught napping.
Platinum-selling DJ, producer and label owner Erick Morillo has unveiled the two latest reworks of his collaboration with revered producer Kryder – Waves.
Instantaneous. Addictive. Celebratory. Newly minted label impresario, Andrew Rayel, teams with fellow electronic dance music DJ/producer, Mark Sixma, to remix “Missing” by the latter.
Life can be relentless sometimes. It’s not all that uncommon for people to lose a part of themselves during the many difficulties it tends to throw at them, but there are some who manage to turn things around. Justin Prime is one of those people.