Posts tagged "trance"

Q+A: Five minutes with Armin van Buuren

  Truthfully, Armin van Buuren needs no introduction. Still, it’s hard not to venerate the immense cultural impact the Dutch DJ and producer has had globally. Over the course of three decades, van Buuren has established himself as foundational to the evolution and dissemination of trance, not only through his

There’s been somewhat of a turning point for UK electronic music duo Disclosure recently, one which has seen them pivot away from the chart friendly, vocally driven dance pop that had become their trademark. Though they’ve kept this part of themselves alive through high profile remixes, their recent DJ Kicks

We roundup our picks for the must hear releases of the week. Listen to our selections below.     Troye Sivan – Rush The anticipated new single from Australian pop sensation Troye Sivan is his outright danciest to date. An energetic piano led house banger, Rush risks sounding a touch

We roundup our picks for the must hear releases of the week. Listen to our selections below.     Priya Ragu – Easy   Singer-songwriter Priya Ragu’s latest single is a bouncy garage pop number that’s as slick as it is catchy. With its shimmering breaks, rotund bass, and licks

It’s no secret that Peggy Gou is a dedicated student of the 90’s. The DJ and producer has always flirted with distinctly 90’s motifs in her work, finding her sound in the lofi bass and shimmery synths of the era’s classic house cuts. On her latest single (It Goes Like)

Canada’s Maara-Louisa Dunbar has sort of experienced her rise as an underground club superstar at the speed of a DMT hit. Like DMT, the whole thing has felt much longer than it actually is. In just two years, Dunbar has mastered the craft of DJing and established a singular creative

From cutting his teeth behind the decks of The Haçienda to headlining festival stages worldwide, Laurent Garnier has established himself as one of the most renowned figures in electronic music. Spanning not just decades, but moods and styles, his career is the stuff of dance music legend. After an eight-year

Since her now iconic EDC DJ set, fans of Canadian pop star Grimes have been clamoring for an official release of her epic opening track Welcome To The Opera. The collaboration with producer Anyma was initially assumed to be part of her long announced and since forgotten Book 1 project,

From Y2K inspired pop to 90’s trance inspired techno, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. Listen below.    Dom Dolla, Nelly Furtado – Eat Your Man Dom Dolla’s latest banger also serves as somewhat of a comeback for Canadian pop star Nelly Furtado, who contributes the track’s repeated

From GrimesAI’s best single yet to deeply personal minimal electronica, we roundup our favorite tracks of the week. Listen below.    VTSS, Tim Reaper – Body, Mind, Hell (Tim Reaper Remix) With her debut EP, Circulus Vitiosus, VTSS pivoted toward vocal-driven alternative pop, a U-turn of sorts from the ravey,

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