Gone are the days when we had to reroute our App stores and regions on our devices with VPN’s only to be able to use Spotify in India.
Bilbao BBK Live expands on its lineup for 2019, announcing the return of Lasai, the festival’s downtempo stage, which made its debut last year.
Since the 18th century, Berlin has been the influential musical center for Europe.
Global online search giant Google has announced its annual year in search list that unveils the most popular names and events searched in 2018.
Today, Spotify took another bold step, by announcing that indie artists can directly upload their music to its service.
The Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), the world’s largest festival and business conference for electronic music, today announced the first selection of artists for 2018.
Defected Croatia has revealed the Phase 2 artists for 2018, including Dennis Ferrer, Soul Clap, Riva Starr, Dan Shake, DJ Gregory, Black Motion and more, joining an already comprehensive billing of international artists.
For artists, a new year brings new content, new styles, new outlooks. 2018 is set to be a big year in EDM with a bunch of artists already having announced lots of new music and albums coming out. However, we feel that it’s high time that some of our favourite artists also release another studio album. So here are our picks for the 5 artists we feel should release another studio album. Axwell &...
The 14th edition of Loveland Festival is once again shaping up to be a unique musical getaway in the heart of the beautiful Sloterpark, right next to the glistening Sloterplas lake of Amsterdam.
Over the years, the way artists get their music heard has changed drastically. Now we are in the age of music streaming services and the most popular platforms are Apple Music, Spotify and YouTube. But which if the above platforms is paying the artists the most?