Aphex Twin and Calvin Harris have been both nominated for Brit Awards in the British Male Solo Artist category.

This year Brit Awards is on fire. Aphex Twin and Calvin Harris have been both nominated for Brit Awards in the British Male Solo Artist category. But that's not all of it. They will have to challenge also Jamie XX who also received a nomination in the same category.

Jamie XX had been already nominated last year for Mastercard British Album Of The Year.

Adele - 'Hello' has been instead nominated in the BRITISH ARTIST VIDEO category while Major Lazer received a nomination for the International Group award.




The most waited music event in Amsterdam, ADE, is going to take place this year from October 19th to 23rd. More than 300,000 clubbers are expected this year.

This year ADE will hit its 21th edition and it will probably be one of the most interesting music event of the year. Last year editions welcomed around 2289 artists with more than 5000 speakers animating the always passionate debates.

Enjoy below the event's documentary 'Resonate"



Nina Kraviz's back to the origins


We just recently talked about Nina Kraviz, but here she is again. Rekids just announced that they are reissuing Nina's self-titled debut album.

The LP was released for the first time in 2012 and acted as a springboard for the talented Russian artist.

'Nina Kravitz' is being released on December 4 on a double vinyl, including a bonus 7" with two juke reworks of the single 'Ghetto Kraviz'.

Here the tracklist

01. Walking In The Night feat. Hard Ton
02. Aus feat. King Aus On The Mic
03. Ghetto Kraviz
04. Taxi Talk
05. False Attraction
06. Working
07. Choices
08. Love Or Go
09. Best Friend
10. 4 Ben
11. Turn On The Radio
12. Petr
13. The Needle
14. Fire
15. Ghetto Kraviz (DJ Slugo Juke Remix)
16. Ghetto Kraviz (DJ Slugo Juke Remix 2)



Avicii has released another music video for the new single 'Broken Arrows' and is awesomeness is based on a real story.

The story features an old sportsman, Olympian Dick Fosbury, and his loving daughter. The two invented a new style of high jumping, known as Fosbury Flop, which lead to their gold metal victory.

The video is an emotional celebration of their story, the scenes from the video are simply breathtaking.

Avicii's album 'Stories' is out and it's just amazing.

Enjoy the video.

Richie Hawtin in Circoloco Ibiza for 2016 New Year's


What is better than spending New Year's day in one of the hippest clubs in Ibiza? Spending it together with Richie Hawtin.

Richie Hawtin will headline the 2016 special event on January 1st. The party will then continue with The Martinez Brothers, DJ Qu, Tania Vulcano, D'Julz, Acid Mondays and Djebali, Clive Henry and Steve Rachmad.

Circoloco will be open for the only time outside the summer season and its doors will run from 3 PM on Friday til 5 AM on Saturday.



Rustie's new album 'EVENIFUDONTBELIEVE' has been just released and is now available for you to enjoy.

The Scottish producer dropped the news on his Twitter, informing us that a limited Vinyl release will probably be available starting from next year.

Earlier this week the DJ had dropped his first track from his new album. His new LP is now available via Warp Records, anticipated by Peace Upzzz e First Mythz. 

The album is already available through Spotify and Apple Music.

Here is the track-list for you with the beautifully eccentric artwork


1. Coral Elixrr [feat. Rustie]
2. First Mythz
3. Atlantean Airship
4. 4Eva [feat. Rustie]
5. Big Catzz
6. Peace Upzzz [feat. Rustie]
7. Your Goddezz
8. Coral Castelz
9. What U Mean [feat. Rustie]
10. Morning Starr [feat. Rustie]
11. Death Bliss
12. New Realm
13. Emerald Tabletz
14. Open Heartzz
15. 444Sure [feat. Rustie]


Here you can list to the tracks and dance to these amazing beats!


Nicky Romero anxiety keeps him from releasing new tracks


If you have been wondering why Nicky Romero has not been so present on the music scene in recent times we may have the answer for you. The Dutch artist confessed his anxiety problem in a recent Facebook post.
"In the last few months I have had many questions why I didn't release as much music as before. […] I have been suffering anxiety for about 2.5 years now. I probably visited more than 12 therapists and professionals to help me fix it. It was only getting worse. […]
Having anxiety makes it really hard to produce music, as it sucks all of the energy out of you and leaves you with a huge feeling of unreality and unease. I felt guilty to all of my fans and more pressure was added by all expectations."

It seems that his anxiety problem keeps him from releasing new tracks. However, in the letter he also hints to the forthcoming release of the track he has been working on with Hungarian duo Stadiumx as well as his thankfulness and support to his fans.

We just want you to know that we support you as well, Nicky!

Swedish House of Mafia may have a reunion


Swedish House of Mafia may have a reunion. Last night Axwell in Beats 1 radio got our hopes up, hinting that Swedish House Mafia may have a reunion to delight us with new hits.

The beloved trio, which include Ingrosso, Steve Angello and Axwell himself, may have not be gone for good as Axwell dropped this bomb during the show, suggesting that they do not exclude future collaborations
"We think about it every now and then, you know what we left, what we did, what we accomplished and everything, and how it would be to do something together again. But I think, the only thing is that time will tell pretty much […]. Who knows what happens in the future, we might get a sudden urge for Swedish House Mafia again…who knows!"

We surely know what to ask Santa for this Christmas!


Two vinyl release from ???? soon


Nina Kraviz's label Trip (????) will release two vinyl double-packs next month and in December.

After a year that's seen the label release 'De Niro Is Concerned' and a 12-inch from Bjarki, Kraviz's label is to round off 2015 with 'Ivan, Come On! Unlock The Box!' and 'I Have A Question', out on November 13 and a yet-to-be-announced date in December respectively.

The two records, each with eight tracks, remain loyal to artists who have previously released on Trip (Population One, aka Terrence Dixon), Barcode Population, Bjarki and Nikita Zabelin), while there are debut spots for 17-year-old producer Vladimir Dubyshkin, Fred P, Philipp Gorbachev, K-Hand and Tokyo-based DJ Sodeyama.

Listen to Nina Kraviz's edit of Phillip Gorbachev's 'Ivan, Come On, Unlock The Box' and see the tracklist below.

'Ivan, Come On! Unlock The Box'
A1. Philipp Gorbachev 'Ivan, Come On, Unlock The Box / ????, ?????, ?????? ???????' (Kraviz Edit)
A2. K-HAND 'The Box'
B1. Nikita Zabelin 'Bells'
B2. Vladimir Dubyshkin 'Lose Yourself'
C1. Barcode Population 'Marduk' (vinyl only)
C2. Roma Zuckerman 'Geburt Part 2'
D1. Barcode Population 'Internum' (vinyl only)
D2. Nina Kraviz 'I Believe I Can Fly' (KLM Delayed Flight Version)

'I Have A Question'
A1. Roma Zuckerman – I Have A Question
A2. Population One - Escape
B1. Nina Kraviz – Let's Do It
B2. Bjarki – PC Muscles
C1. DJ Sodeyama - Miles Pt.2
C2. Fred P - Higher Mentalism (Edit)
D1. K-HAND – Sound 6
D2. Vladimir Dubyshkin – Hair Like String Like a Harp


Get ready for Steve Aoki's new hits


If you love Steve Aoki music you are going to be pleasantly surprised. The American DJ has announced his intention to release four new house tracks, moving away from his usual EDM/electro/pop style.

After an electrifying experience in Ibiza, the Grammy-nominated DJ and producer has decided to experiment new tones and genres with his music, giving himself completely to a new kind of free energy.

The longer flow of house music will surely be a wonderful change. I am sure that Steve is not going to disappoint us with his new hits.

Hasta la vista, Universal! Deadmau5 goes Indie


The 34 yeard old Canedian artist, who not long ago raged against major-label industry, has now decided to ditch Universal and go indie, following the example of many others co-workers.

Dreadmau5 is on fire. The electronic mouse has declared his independence after being exploited, as claimed by him, by the big sharks in the music industry. Deadmau5 goes Indie, leaving Universal and Capitol/Astralwerks mostly for their lack of transparency.

"I am very strict on what products I want to associate myself with, and I felt that some things were just to make a buck, then, we’d only get a little trickle, and I’d be like, ‘Wait, I look this stupid for only that much? Why am I looking stupid in the first place?" That's how Joel Zimmerman, aka Deadmau5, explains his decision to his fans.

When one door closes another one opens. And here the ­independent publishing and music-rights platform Kobalt shines as an attractive and free world, a promise for an independent future.  We wish you good luck, masked mouse!




The 18th DJ Awards edition was a fantastic run this year. With its 10 categories, voted by the public, it has shown the world once more what a heterogeneous and fantastic group is that of the music universe.

Alongside emergent artists, more familiar faces have received a well-deserved recognition in this sparkling edition. Hardwell, for one, is the winner of the Electro/Progressive House award and was also voted for the International DJ category. Black coffee walked away with not only with an award in Breakthrough but also for the Dance Nation Of The Year for South Africa.

Here are some of DJ Awards winners in 2015

DJ Awards

Breakthrough: Black Coffee
Deep House: Solomun
Electronica: Disclosure
Tech House: Luciano and Hot Since 82
Techno: Carl Cox
Bass: Hannah Wants
Trance: Armin Van Buuren
International DJ: Hardwell
Progressive House/ Electro: Hardwell
Newcomer: Cuartero

Special Awards
Cutting Edge: Rokordbox
Dance Nation Of The Year: South Africa
Electronic Music Pioneer: Arthur Baker
Electronic Live Performance: Faithless at BBC Radio 1 20-Ibiza Rocks
Ibiza DJ – Powered by Vicious Magazine: Manu Gonzalez
International Festival – Supported by Pioneer DJ Radio: We Are FSTVL
Ibiza Night: Acid Sundays
Producer: Claptone
Record Label Of The Year: Life and Death
Track Of The Season: “Acamar” Frankey & Sandrino



Felix Da Housecat brings back his old alias with his new video for "Resurrection".

It was back in 2005 when Felix Stallings last dropped a piece as Aphrohead, and Resurrection seems to hint at his surprising return.

The DJ from Chicago has described Aphrohead "as is my dirty of the dirty, mixing live analogue beats capturing the magic recording on the first take, rockin for walls of thee most primitive dancefloors around the globe. Pure underground, no filter. I feel and believe thee time is NOW for the Resurrection.”

The video has a dark-gloomy atmosphere, softened by a hopeful and spiritual tone. Here is the video for you to enjoy.




Zomby has two new EPs dropping on XL next week.

The enigmatic producer has teased the releases by unveiling 'Acid Surf' on Soundcloud.

It's a squelching, woozy trip that layers acidic flickering over a reverb soaked foundation. In typical fleeting style the track clocks in under four minutes and features Zomby's trademark airhorn.

Listen below.

DJ Haus will release debut album November 13


DJ Haus will release his debut album, 'Burnin' Up' through Rinse Recordings on November 13.

The 11 track release features collaborations with Innershades and Chambray.

The Unknown To The Unknown boss plays a monthly slot on the label's radio station Rinse FM, selecting club focused cuts.

'Burnin' Up' looks set to follow the same formula. Stream the floor-primed 'No More Loving' below.

Kaytranada has just dropped a 8 new track on SoundCloud


Kaytranada has just dropped a batch of fresh material via his SoundCloud and it's pretty dope.

The Canadian producer has been keeping us all waiting for his debut album and now he's teased us with eight new beats.

Kaytray has always been one to put his ideas and loops online for public consumption and his latest care package showcases his trademark hip hop, r'n'b and groove-fuelled style.

Oh, and they're all available for free download. Decent.

Head over to his SoundCloud for the full drop and listen to amazing 'Go Ahead' below.



Jamie xx has revealed the video for Young Thug and Popcaan collaboration 'I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)'.

All three artists feature in the Rollo Jackson directed video that was shot in New York and Jamaica.

Thugger takes centre stage, clad in a reflective metallic jacket and pulling out some slick dance moves.

Annie Mac is also set to air Skepta's remix of the track for the first time tonight on Radio 1 between 7-9pm as her Hottest Record In The World.

Watch the video below.


The Through The Night EP is released on October 2 via Lektroluv


There are plenty of disguises and costumes in dance music but Dr Lektroluv's might be one of the boldest. The all-green selector uses a telephone to mix his outrageously big electro tunes and he's been doing it for a long time now.

His label Lektroluv is responsible for releases by Mumbai Science, The Subs and Jagerverb, all of whom bring the heavy artillery fire in their productions. Next up on the imprint however is the boss man himself and he isn't taking any prisoners this time.

The 'Through The Night' EP is loaded with two original tracks that are as bright and colourful as the DJ's face mask and both of them hark back to the golden 2006 era of electro.

OWSLA protege Etnik has crafted the remix of the title track and it kicks even harder than the original. The glitchy and restless cut is as sharp as barb wire and features slamming drops and feverish cymbals. You'll dig this.


Brainfeeder debut is almost 'SOLD OUT'


DJ Paypal is making his Brainfeeder debut with a mini-album on the label.

'Sold Out' has got a footwork-heavy guest list, including DJ Earl, DJ Taye, Feloneezy and Jackie Dagger, and sees the anonymous producer in jazzy, and pretty bonkers form.

Other collaborators on the eight-tracker, out on November 13, are Berlin-based producer Nangdo, Keiska and Tielsie.

Have a listen to 'Awakenings' below to get an idea of what it's all about.


SG1.2 for ridiculous $30,000


They say money can't buy happiness, but the purchase of this new Spiral Groove turntable might prove that theory wrong for audio lovers.

Costing a ridiculous $30,000, the SG1.2 arrives eight years after the original and comes armed with much better sound quality (notably music played at high volumes), while being less prone to those irritating vibrations vinyl users know all about.

It's a little heavier than the SG1.1 (20 pounds more to be exact), obviously helping out in terms of the aforementioned vibration reduction, and allows you to change the bayonet-mounted tone arm (of which you get a few with a "unique stylus") with extra ease.

And for those who already own the first turntable in the series, you can be upgraded to the SG1.2 for $6,000. Those who haven't, well, you best get saving.

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