There aren’t many dance music listeners who haven’t heard of the name Wh0; since their decision to collaborate twelve months ago (albeit anonymously) and since then they’ve landed tracks on some of the biggest imprints the genre has to offer.
Following an epic 2018 edition; still being talked about in ski resorts across Europe, Rise Winter Festival is now globally recognised as the most incredible, high octane week to be experienced in the Alps.
Following months of buzz and anticipation, the long-awaited collaboration track titled, “Lost My Mind” from platinum-selling DJ and producer, Dillon Francis and Aussie superstar Alison Wonderland is finally upon us.
In a first for the music and gaming worlds, Astralwerks and online gamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins have joined forces on a groundbreaking new project, Ninjawerks Volume 1.
From the ceaseless cycle of cable news to the incessant activity of Instagram, the American public hardly lacks for pictures of the rich and famous. But in a culture driven by images, how well can most folks actually put names to faces when shown pictures of music celebrities in the USA?
After a hugely successful exploration into art and music at Elements Lakewood 3 day camping festival in May, BangOn!’s Elements NYC Music and Art Festival returns to New York City on Saturday, August 11th to celebrate its fifth anniversary.
Taking place from July 13-16 in the beautiful boreal wilderness of Northern Alberta, the intimate and majestic Astral Harvest Festival will return once again this year for Season 11: Illumination.
On Friday, the whole music industry and the fans were dejected due to the death of Swedish house producer/DJ – Avicii. Tributes started pouring in from those who have worked with or have been inspired by this maestro.
When is an artist album not exactly an artist album? When, for that matter, is a mixcomp by no means a straight-forward mixcomp!? Well, for one, when Subculture does them! For their upcoming long-player, the label has rolled the central elements from both mediums into one compelling collection, meaningfully and emphatically titled – Subculture.