Are you a budding trance listener, unsure of where exactly to start with this vast genre? Or maybe a seasoned veteran, scouring the internet for the best upcoming music in the business? Well say no more. Thanks to Goodgreef and Black Hole Recordings you can now get your hands on over 50 tracks and remixes, quite neatly put together into three professionally-made mixes by producers and DJs Jordan Buckley, Craig Connelly and Photographer.
With three very different mixes from three diverse and interesting artists, you can be sure to experience hours of new and exciting music from all over the trance spectrum. This three-disc mix collection boasts songs from Aly & Fila, Gareth Emery and Krewella, Moor, Gabriel & Dresden, Alex M.O.R.P.H., and dozens more, making "Goodgreef Future Trance" a must-listen.
We've got good news, and bad news. The bad news is, as most, if not everyone expected, HARD Summer 2014 is officially sold out. Now in its seventh year, HARD Summer is set to take place Saturday, August 2nd, and Sunday, August 3rd, at the Whittier Narrows Recreation Area in Los Angeles, with an epic lineup that includes headliners Jack U, Axwell, Flosstradamus, Tiesto, Disclosure, Dillon Francis, Nero, and the A$AP Mob.
It may be slightly hyperbolic to say that Gemini is one of the most underrated producers off all time, but we don't care and we're just gonna go ahead and say it anyways.
Last August, Gemini promised fans "new music is imminent." Eleven months and only one absolutely fantastic remix later, we are finally blessed with a brand new track that (almost) makes up for the excruciatingly long and seemingly endless months we've spent waiting. His latest remix, a fresh take on Laura Welsh's 'Break The Fall' instantly reminds us of why we fell so deeply in love with Gemini in the first place. Smooth and melodic dubstep may seem like an oxymoron, but Gemini manages to perfect the sound and flawlessly execute it in his latest two remixes.
This week, Joonbug.com has partnered with Italian-born Swiss sensation EDX to bring you the exclusive stream of his weekly global podcast radioshow, No Xcuses. In this episode, EDX combines some of his favorite new music from the likes of CLMD, Sick Individuals, and Tom Swoon, as well as a few promotional tracks, with productions like 'Make Me Feel Good,' and his remix of 'Weapon' by Cazzette, to create an hour long mix that is just too good to resist.
Ever since announcing the breakup of Swedish House Mafia almost two years ago, Steve Angello has been hard at work crafting and experimenting with new sounds for his debut solo album Wild Youth.
''Wasted Love' is our very own first little sneak peek at what the iconic Swedish producer has been cooking up. Though everyone knew to expect very big things from anything that had the Angello name on it, the premiere of 'Wasted Love' definitely surprised listeners in the best way possible. “I wanted to find a great balance between dance and indie, and I kind of held back a lot just to create that moment where it’s about the melodies and the songs,” Angello told Rolling Stone in an interview about the new album, and his new direction. "I've been really interested by in the live music perspective – rather than just electronic – because I want it to feel alive."
Jersey-born, New York-bred DJ and producer trio Cash Cash are back at it with another amazing remix package on Big Beat Records, this time of their electrifying single, 'Lightning,' which features vocals from the incredibly iconic John Rzeznik of the Goo Goo Dolls. With 6 different remixes and 2 radio edits to boot, the Lightning Remixes package is exactly the kind of shock your summer listening needs.
Initially released as a limited edition double 10" vinyl set Record Store Day 2014 exclusive, The Hidden Shades EP is a collection of unreleased B-Sides and remixes from Pretty Lights' Grammy-nominated album, A Color Map of the Sun. While only a limited number of physical copies were made available and purchased by the lucky few able to get their hands on one, Pretty Lights has finally released The Hidden Shades EP in digital format for the rest of the world to enjoy.
With the most well-known, and intriguingly sinister grin in dance music today, Feed Me, aka Jon Gooch, is one artist who is easily picked out of a crowd, if not by the appearance of his little green friend, then by his ever-evolving yet distinctively signature sounds and productions. With Feed Me's Big Adventure and Feed Me's Escape From Electric Mountain behind him, Goch enjoyed a brief touring hiatus during which he found time to craft the full length album, Calamari Tuesday. And onAugust 2nd, Feed Me's Psychedelic Journey begins at Terminal 5 in New York City.
Last time we heard from TeamMate, they were psyching up for the release of their last single, 'Don't Count Me Out,' a mistake no one should ever make when it comes to this amazing duo. Today, TeamMate have come back and struck it rich with their catchy new track, 'Goldmine,' and it is solid.
In an effort to make this year's edition stand out and above the rest of its festival kin even more so than it already does, Electric Zoo has announced the addition of the Sunday School Vinyl Only stage set to debut Friday, August 29th, as an extension of the Sunday School
Tent’s long-standing tradition as the gathering place for the unsung, underground heroes of electronic music. By providing an intimate setting inside the festival where fans can enjoy the authentic sounds of vinyl house and techno, the Sunday School Vinyl Only stage is a welcome escape from the raging roar of festival in general.
Genres...they’re limiting; they demand commitment from a wisp of emotion, a magical moment or a fleeting thought, all blended into a lifetime of musical memories. It just doesn’t seem fair to categorize a visceral culmination. Okay, we’ll concede that genres serve a purpose: they streamline a fan base by directing the songs to like-minded listeners. Fair enough, but can an album defy all genres by having mass appeal?
You judge. Singer-songwriter David Rosales' new album may do just that. A little bit of Americana, a lil’ California, rock ‘n’ roll, country, folk...it’s a genre defier.