[Review] DJ Snake – Encore

You’ve probably heard his music at a local bar or the pizzeria or even in the Uber on you’re way to work. You’ve definitely sang along to his music at a festival or club or done mindless jigs to his beats. Yes, we’re talking about French hit maker DJ Snake (born William Grigahcine) who’s most recently released a full length LP called Encore, which is already dominatin...

ALIFIC inspires with unique downtempo album

‘PACIFIC’the new album by ALIFIC invites the listener to an upbeat journey of reflective, sentimental chill sounds. Very different from some of the mainstage EDM acts, he ignores the trends to offer something from deep within.

[Review] Matador – Ructions

Gavin Lynch aka Matador announces the arrival of his debut full length album, Ructions, on his own Ruckus label.

Review: Gareth Emery – 100 Reasons To Live

Gareth Emery finally released his latest studio album – 100 Reasons To Live. This is Gareth’s third full length album after “Northern Lights”. It is something which has taken about 2 years for him to complete, it includes artists from various genres and really it is worth it.

[Review] Delta Heavy – Paradise Lost

British duo Delta Heavy are finally ready to add an album to their impressive catalogue of music thumpers.

[Review] Fedde Le Grand – Something Real

Fedde’s dedication to create something completely original and to deviate from the norm is a firm indication of his expertise and his vision towards providing fans with a unique collection of music, in the form of ‘Something Real’.

Review: Eric prydz – Opus

Soothing pads, ear-splitting snares, dreamy leads. Sounds like an Eric Prydz song? Well, there’s a whole bunch of them on Opus, the Swedish House Master’s latest album, as its called, and there’s plenty of musical delight, and then some!

[Review] Vaski – Night Sessions

American bass music DJ/producer Vaski has finally decided that 2016 is the year to show us his new found sound in the form of an album.

Review: Steve Angello – Wild Youth

Post the massive success that was, Swedish House Mafia, it was well evident that each member would undertake a fresh assignment of their rendition of dance music. Steve Angello has always been a firm believer of artistic capabilities, be it from himself or artists from his label, Size Recordings, to showcase house music in it’s purest and truest sense.

Review: Yellow Claw – Blood For Mercy

20th November marked the release of Dutch trio, Yellow Claw’s debut album entitled “Blood For Money”.

Review: Boom Jinx – No Answers In Luck

Norwegian born DJ, producer Boom Jinx has recently released his debut album, “No Answers In Luck”. The album features collaborations from the likes of Soundprank, Meredith Call, Thomas Bergersen, Justine Suissa and more. He has been associated predominantly with the Anjunabeats family and his album has been released through the label on October 30th.

Review: Laidback Luke – Focus

When the name Laidback Luke (real name Lucas Cornelis van Scheppingen) comes up, what does that remind you of? The multi-talented boy wonder was born in the Philippines but raised in the Netherlands, former graffiti artist & former martial artist turned DJ, producer & label boss.

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