For the third year in a row Solarstone has put together a “Pure Trance” album. We are super excited about this because Bryan Kearney majorly contributed to this awesome collaboration.
In the search of the "Pure Trance" chosen, they considered 1000’s of tracks under the ‘Pure’ microscope. In the end, they finally found 37 of the most exclusive, pure and virtuous trance tracks out there from big names. These top trance works come from Aly & Fila, Alex M.O.R.P.H., Thrillseekers, Sied van Riel, John O’Callaghan, Arctic Moon and Ferry Tayle, as well as much from Solarstone & Kearney themselves.
London based DJ’s Eli & Fur, or Eli Noble and Jennifer Skillman have been building quite a name for themselves. They have been making music together since they were in college, first dabbling in creating melodies and lyrics, then progressing into the DJ scene in 2012. They have recently put out the exciting single, “Seeing Is Believing," their amazing collaboration with Shadow Child.
Their latest track, "Feel The Fire," has a dancey beat, featuring Eli’s pure vocals, with a luxurious and polished vibe. The track has a melodic sound and a hypnotic feeling that is perfect for relaxing or partying—best of both worlds!
These girls create infectious tunes that are taking over European dance floors and London clubs. We hope to hear more of them over here in the states!
Stream the track below and purchase here.
Rising trap producer Meaux Green continues to prove that he's a force to be reckoned with, after releasing his energetic remix of A$AP Ferg's Work. Using his hip-hop background as inspiration, and fusing in today's modern dance sound, the Miami native now finds himself as one the leaders of the 100-bpm bass music sound.
Meaux does an amazing job of building off of Ferg's original number. He gives the track a much larger, vibrant sound by adding big room synths mixed with trap percussion to create a hugely successful track. Meaux Green has yet again, created a trap banger out of a hip-hop track.
Celebrating its 8th anniversary, The BPM Festival will make its return to Playa del Carmen, Mexico on January 9-18, 2015. Since its inception, BPM has grown each year with an astounding roster of global talent, quickly establishing itself as an essential stop on the festival circuit for all underground dance music aficionados and as an essential winter holiday destination. The 10-day festival provides a distinctive opportunity for attendees to enjoy the beauty of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula in an idyllic beach setting – and dance around-the-clock.
Fans have been anxiously awaiting the Phase 1 artist lineup for the eighth edition which brings a mix of BPM veterans and exciting new talent that does not disappoint. BPM artists will be performing at both day and night events with over 75 events to choose from over the 10-day festival and many of the world's leading record labels will be hosting showcases for their esteemed artists.
Stockholm’s HNNY continues to kill it with his sweet djing skills. He’s gained popularity and attention with his chilled-out, soulful house style. We know he will continue to captivate the rest of the world with his new remix of Flight Facilities’ “Two Bodies” featuring Emma Louise. HNNY always brings a special vibe to his productions and this is certainly not an exception.
He has skillfully crafted a smooth house number around the gorgeous vocals of Emma Louise to induce an immersive dream-like state in the listener.
Tropical house is where it’s at these days. One of the newcomers of the fast emerging sub-genre is Norwegian native, Bearson. Bearson has worked on hit remixes in the past but his new spin on James Bay's, Let It Go is by far the best work of his yet, showing some melodious poise over laidback percussion. James Bay’s vocals are the perfect complement to what Bearson constructs with his talent.
As usual, the 2014 Soul Train Awards is shaping up to be a ceremony you won't want to miss out on. Centric has confirmed its list of performers and presenters for this year's show. Grammy Award R&B superstar, Chris Brown will lead the ceremony with seven nominations followed by the long awaited reunion and performance from veteran R&B band, Jodeci.
Eats Everything fans, are you ready to devour the aural entree, appetizer and dessert that your favorite DJ has prepared for y'all this fall? Well, you won't have to wait too long. The techno chef, also known as Daniel Pearce, will be bring his 10 city nationwide Edible Arrangement Tour to the U.S starting on Wednesday, October 29th in Seattle Washington at Freak Week. Eats fanatics can look forward to easing their hunger pains by at the extravagant techno and house smorgasbord of club hits that will be served at various high profile venues listed below along with dates, citities and states. Need something to tide you over while you wait to dig into the main course? We've got you covered; sink your teeth into Eats' remix of Tiga's 'Bugatti' right here!
Fall may be in full swing across the country, but Corona's Electric Beach party promises to bring us a taste of summer this season. In celebration of the Mexican holiday, Day of the Dead, the beloved EB team invites revelers on both coasts to take part in the celebration on November 1st.
West Coast party-goers can head to Sound Nightclub in Los Angeles to experience the sounds of Brazilian rising talent FTampa.
On the East Coast, bass music heavyweight Grandtheft will be leading the festivities in a pool party at Miami's iconic Clevelander Hotel.
Credited along with Simon Patterson for the recent revival of Goa and Psy-Trance, Jordan Suckley has been leaving his mark on trance this year. From his groundbreaking Essential Mix to his very own Damaged Radio show, Suckley keeps serving up that dosage of trance that all of us TranceFamily members have beencraving. He recently released a new track called “Elation,” and we couldn’t have thought of a more fitting title for the spellbinding mover. He first debuted the track back in July at Global Gathering UK, and after much pressing by his fans he finally released it on Beatport last month via Damaged Records. Characterized by uplifting melodies and celestial vocals, it’s the type of trance that hits you right in the feels.