Following a Grammy nomination for his version of Charlie Puth’s ‘How Long’ and subsequent remixes for the likes of Sam Feldt, Camilla Cabello, Chromeo, and Janelle Monae, EDX stays true to form on his first official edit of the year.
Both Lost Frequencies and Mokita have been turning the world of electronic music on its head in the past few years, and they aren’t slowing down in the slightest.
When DubVision and Afrojack started creating ‘New Memories’ for fans worldwide with their very first collab, it was only a matter of time before the two top acts would mingle again.
Following the success of recent Music Week chart-topper Remedy, not to mention her growing reach of 1.4M listeners on Spotify along with an impressive 4 million streams, Tiggi Hawke has become a firm artist to watch.
Picking up where he left off with recent smash song ‘Truth Never Lies’ (feat. Aloe Blacc), Lost Frequencies has whipped up another great, cross-genre single.
Cracking out club-rocking tribal tracks isn’t the only thing Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano excel at.
When the world of dance music seems to lack depth, richness and creativity, better call out to GoldFish and Cat Dealers.
After teaming up with Armada Music last year for the release of his ‘Turn Around’ bootleg, Youngr is back on the Amsterdam-based record label to make even more magic happen.
When it comes to empowering legions of listeners at once, DubVision has designed the playbook. The Dutchmen enjoyed tremendous success with a slew of songs that warm the heart as well as the soul, and they’ve just lined up another brilliant track that hits it home in that regard: ‘Hope’.
Some link-ups are just a perfect match in every way, and we’ve gotten ourselves a sterling example right here.
Earlier this week, Netherlands based record label, Armada Music completed a successful 16 years in the running!
Becoming the first US signed female artist on Armada Music, Australian-born artist Bella Hunter is on the cusp of something truly special.