What do the likes of Hardwell, Martin Garix, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Kaskade, and Deadmau5 all have in common? Of course they are some of the best DJs and producers in the world, but this A-list group is also showing strong and fervent support for Cobra Effect, a duo LA based tag team of ..
At only 18-years old, Martin Garrix’s career has already surpassed that of some artists twice his age. Platinum records, main stage set times, and Scooter Braun support have established the young talent as the hottest asset in the latest wave of EDM artists.
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Since it’s been at least a day, maybe two since anyone has heard a remix of 3LAU’s “How You Love Me”, today seems like the perfect day to introduce you all to Marcus Santoro, an 18 year old producer from Melbourne, Australia. He is one of the most talented young producers out there, with impeccable production quality and a versatility that most progressive house producers lack. We’ve all heard numerous remixes of this song, but you’ll be hard pressed to find many better than this one. The free download can be found on his Facebook.
Featuring The Chain Gang Of 1974, this is an uncharacteristically soft track from Dillon Francis. As a progressive with a masculine male vocal, it’d be an unconventional but great festival anthem. I can totally see this being the wrap up song of the summer (holy crap, is summer really almost over???). Anyway, I figure the softening of the sound is due to the influence of Sultan and Ned Shepard, who even though they are unlikely collaborators, what has emerged is a incredibly easy to listen to tune. Check it out below.
How has the world of music, entertainment, and culture changed since 2009? Better yet, how has it all grown? The changes between then and now, in dance music particularly, are immeasurable. When Tiësto released his fourth studio album in Kaleidoscope that year, singles such as “Escape Me” and collaborations with the likes of Nelly Furtado were then ahead of their time.
In celebration of reach 3,000,000 followers, Steve Aoki has leaked Milo & Otis’s remix of “Rage The Night Away.” The remix encompasses remarkable tribal-house hybrid vibes layered with the party-rap vocals of Waka Flaka; an extreme, bass-heavy sound that rocks you to the core. Milo & Otis were on stage with Krewella at Ultra, joined Skrillex on the Mothership tour, and now have garnered the support of world-renowned Steve Aoki, 2014 has undeniably been a great year for M&O.
On June 14, 2014, Tiësto released a new album entitled A Town Called Paradise. The album includes 14 progressive house tracks, including a new collaboration with Sultan + Ned Shepard, which features vocals by Canadian-Peruvian vocalist, keyboardist, and composer, Quilla.