Not every fan gets the opportunity to ask their favourite DJ’s / Producers questions, and I feel this is most important for any artist and fan. Keeping that close bond is key when creating a healthy future together. This month, I have compiled an interview with fans from reddit and beatsmedia, giving them an opportunity to relay their questions to one of the most inspiring trance duo of recent times – Tritonal. Triton
Uplifting stuff, got to love it! For the second Future Focus Recordings release, legends Binary Finary have teamed up with Russian duo Pulse & Sphere to make their debut on the before mentioned label. You may be familiar with Pulse & Sphere as they have had several releases under Marcel Woods label Musical Madness. The track is called ”High Stress” and it comes along with a remix from Alpha duo.
22-year-old Swedish megastar AVICII is, without question, the biggest DJ on the planet at this moment in time. Having recently headlined the world famous Ultra Mainstage with none other than Queen of Pop MADONNA, he truly has arrived at nothing less than GOD status in just two short years...
British producer, DJ and pop star CALVIN HARRIS was the most successful songwriter in the U.K. last year, according to trade magazine Music Week from a recent post on BBC’s news site. Leading the charge were his major smashes “We Found Love” for Rihanna and his own productions “Bounce” with Kelis and “Feel So Close.” Out now in North America via Ultra Music, “Feel So Close” is still on the rise at radio and on the charts while HARRIS invades America with several high-profile shows this spring.
Let’s go back to the start, when drum’n’bass didn’t even exist. During the early 90s producers started to branch out from house and trance. This is where Breakbeat and jungle were born. They were consistent flavour of the month in underground London clubs, but by no means did they evolve into being as popular as drum’n’bass is now.