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Ever wanted to learn how to master your own tracks? Well, you’re in luck. In Point Blank’s latest masterclass, they sat down with Dan D’Ascenzo from iZotope to demonstrate how you can use iZotope’s Ozone 9 to master your music for maximum impact.

From Friday July 2, a negative COVID test or proof of vaccination will be required for people travelling to Ibiza.

Pedro Sanchez, the Prime Minister of Spain, announced the change on June 29 – which comes in response to Ibiza being added to the UK’s green list – meaning that inboundd travellers wouldn’t need to quarantine.

Paul Kalkbrenner doesn’t often do remixes, just three since 2018 in fact. 2021 has now delivered two of them, a rarity for a calendar year, and Paul’s second, following his remix of NTO’s Invisible, is a special one, as he remixes Techno Monkey, the famed 2016 release of his wife, Simina Grigoriu.

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. 

Over the past weekend, 10,000 people attended a festival pilowithout masks or social distancing.

Five police officers were injured overnight in western France as they broke up a 1,500-strong illegal rave, authorities said Saturday, with one raver losing a hand in the clashes.

It’s that time of the year when sunshine and warm breeze set the mood for party enthusiasts since all of those aspects signal the beginning of festival fever.

With the most recent green light on large-scale events by Dutch authorities, this October will officially mark ADE’s return to Amsterdam.