The electronic dance music scene is ever-growing and an ever-expanding culture.
As the world’s biggest dance music conference, Amsterdam Dance Event is more than just a flurry of parties and meeting spots for industry bigwigs and established dance music players.
Spotify and Apple’s ways of taking music to the world and ensuring a far and wide reach for artists is quite commendable.
Earlier, in most Electronic Music genres, we used to see men usually running the entire scene. It is very rare to see a lot of women who have made it big. However, with the time changing now, we see a lot of women artists emerging from different walks of life and who are making the world dance to their tunes.
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?
The team behind the most talked about and spectacular club in Spain has now revealed the world class brands and DJs who be making sure that the summer is as crazy as possible.
“Most producers today just want to become famous so they look at what has previously been a hit and try to recreate that obvious trance sound. In the old days, I don’t want to sound like an old fart, but people made trance music because they loved it not because they wanted to have a hit…… Don’t worry about the obligatory drum rolls and crescendos, follow what your heart is telli...