LA, San Francisco, and New Orleans. What do all these cities have in common? Good people, great food… Yes, but they also played host to the South African live electro band called Goldfish. This is the start to their biggest American tour to date, which is full of funky party beats with live instrumentals that ..
Usher. You know and love him. He’s been around forever and has a massive following. World renowned is an understatement. Martin Garrix. He’s the epitome of the EDM wonderkind. A protege that has been in the making for the past few years. Already the #4 DJ in the world as ranked by DJ Mag. Well ..
Madeon the edm whiz kid that has been on a red hot streak has just officially released his brand new single called Home which is part of his forthcoming 1st complete artist album. The album called Adventure is due out at the end of the month. If you are asking yourself, who is on these ..
The official anthem of Ultra Music Festival is finally here.
Dutch duo Vicetone take on the responsibility of crafting UMF 2015′s defining track with the help of JHart, the LA-based multi-platinum singer/songwriter. The result? “Follow Me” — a damn near perfect, peak time festival track designed with no other stage but Main in mind. Razor sharp pop hooks courtesy of British American JHart paired with Vicetone’s penchant for melodic progressions pair for a highly engaging and catchy anthem that kicks off 2015′s festival season. Expect to hear this one belted out by the denizens of Biscayne Boulevard all three days of Ultra.
When it come to identifying key figures in the steamy SoCal drum & bass scene of the late 90’s and early 00’s, Hive is quick to come to the front of fans’ minds. Before heading his current Violence Recordings label, he co-ran Vortex with Daddy Kev, another luminary now known for the legendary Low End Theory and Alpha Pup. Hive, aka Mike Bell, helped set the stage for edIT, Ooah, and Boreta, who would go on to form The Glitch Mob.
Gareth Emery just came off a recent album bonanza filled with a world tour that spanned several continents. Now comes the inevitable remix album and boy is it a good one. With the remix treatment brought by the likes of &W, BL3R, Deorro, Cosmic Gate, MaRLo, and Omnia, you will not be disappointed, just look ..
Axwell and Ingrosso have been very mysterious on their various social media accounts lately. They always seem to do a great job at leaving fans wondering what surprise they have in store for us next.
Their most recent stunt is a series of trailers on their website that all connect in an incredibly creative way. The first trailer shows the duo riding motorcycles down a long desert road to a snippet of their track ‘Something New’. The next is a continuation of the story where you see the due starring in an action movie that’s reminiscent of fight club to their track ‘On My Way’. The third is a quick video to the track ‘Can’t Hold Us Down’, where you see Axwell and Ingrosso being chased in a field outside of a run down warehouse.
Chris Lake has returned to his roots in house music. His new original ‘Chest’ is a deep yet energetic winding ride of percussion and rolling bass, taking sounds of the underground to whole new level. The response already has been immense, as his productions are already being supported by the likes of Armand van Helden, Disclosure, MK, Laidback Luke, Kaskade, Oliver Heldens, Mark Knight, Jack Beats, GTA, Treasure Fingers, and many more. Listen below and grab it today on Beatport!
Clayton Warwick, co-founder of The Music Ninja, along with LRXD, a web development and advertising agency, have created the music streaming platform for the future. Named Cadence & Cause, the platform not only serves to connect fans and artists beyond a superficial level, but also to put their combined efforts into bettering the world. The digital platform is a crossover of a music streaming platform, a kickstarter and a charitable organization – bringing together fans and musicians alike to make a lasting, positive impact.