Australian-based melodic techno producer Karamar has a new uplifting track.
His new track named “Afterlife” is creating a special atmosphere with sublime vocals and emotional melody. The ghostly lead line with a groove and deep pulse makes this tune primed for the peak-hours. This melodic techno masterpiece extends its climax into a true dancefloor epic.
On August 14, 2021, Hangar is teaming up with Labyrinth Large for their first respective public event since the health crisis of 2020. A comeback that presents Belgian DJ Amélie Lens for an exclusive five-hour set. This event marks the end of the sanitary crisis in Belgium for the cultural sector, since it is one of the first standing gatherings authorized without distancing.
Raxon has produced a long-awaited debut album that’s ready and aching both for the dancefloor and the boudoir, traversing the heat of the club and the warmth of the home.
Mark Greene is an electronic music producer and qualified sound engineer based in Ireland. After completing his training in the Sound Training Centre in Dublin under Will Kinsella (Hybrasil), Mark began signing some early tracks to various labels in Europe.
Renowned South American producer and DJ, and SURO Records label boss Marcelo Demarco recently released new single ‘Checkmate’. Shortly after the release date, we see the track is topping the Beatport charts.
Fresh off the back of his critically acclaimed three-track EP It’s Us back in April, internationally celebrated German producer Innellea continues his abounding run of recent studio form as he unveils his official ‘Interstellar Remix’ for Parra for Cuva’s iconic 2021 hit record, Her Entrance.
The Bartelsmann Music Group (BMG) label has officially signed legendary DJ Carl Cox, who also announced a forthcoming fifth studio album on Saturday, as Mixmag reports.
Concrete Panther is Anglo-French DJ and producer based in Berlin. Find out something more about his latest mix and his perception of dark and underground side of Techno in his answers below.
With the worldwide release of his second studio album Under Darkening Skies just weeks away, German singer-songwriter, electronic music producer and multi-instrumentalist Steffen Linck (a.k.a. Monolink) now unveils two more tracks to be taken from the impending long player, as he drops his breathtaking new EP, Harlem River / Falling.
“Live-coding” parties such as this—where revelers show up as much for the if-thens and variables as the beer and snacks—are a recent phenomenon in underground electronic music culture. And here in the Bay Area, where the Venn diagram of the Silicon Valley and DJ scenes finds its overlap, shows like Bell’s are right at home. Yet they’re not just more of the tech-meets-techno same. Whereas a traditional EDM show might feature a performer cueing up sounds or samples on a laptop, DJs at live-coding shows use computers to play music in a wholly different way, and to make all new sounds.