Check out this teaser of Dave Pearce’s new dark hypnotic record:
It follows his previous track – Togetherness – which was a top 5 Beatport trance chart hit.
The Trip is destined to be played on the hottest dance floors this summer and will be released on Delirium Recordings.
Imagine – the electronic music festival staged in Atlanta, Georgia, USA – takes place 26-28 August 2016.
This year AQUA will be bringing their unique water hologram show to the main stage to accompany headliners including Benny Benassi, NERO, Showtek and Steve Angello.
AQUA create international events which help concert goers give back to developing countries. Each ticket purchased for one of the concerts results in one month of clean water for someone in the developing world.
As well as proceeds from tickets sales AQUA will be collecting loose change at the event to go towards buying Life Straws for children in Ghana.
You can buy tickets for the Imagine Music Festival here.
Other2Sides is the production name of Garrett Macht from Cheltenham in England.
His first release was supported by BBC Introducing and his follow up was signed to Nervous Records in New York.
Sing is his new track which is due out on Tinted Records in the late summer of 2016.
It features a mellow house beat, cool bass guitar, soulful vocals (by Bones of JR Jones) and a great country & western harmonica.
Check out his Soundcloud.
I have realised I need to clarify some issues about this website.
TheEDMblog is an independent blog written by me (Dan Slipper). I am not paid and no one pays to have any content featured.
I am lucky enough to be sent promos by various record labels and I consider this to be a huge privilege. If I promote a track on the blog it is because I think other people will enjoy listening to it – a notion which informs all the content featured.
If I am sent a ‘freebie’, given tickets or put on a guest list I will make this clear in any blog post so readers are aware of the context.
This blog is and always will be a celebration of music, artists and events of interest to dance music fans.
Thanks for reading.
Concert organiser AQUA are celebrating the milestone of teaming up with charity WaterIsLife and donating up to 10 years of clean water to a school in Ghana.
Based on the idea that concert attendees can help make a difference, each ticket purchased for one of AQUA’s events contributes towards providing one month of clean water for someone in a developing country.
In the past they have worked with artists including 3LAU, Audien, Borgeous and Hardwell to create shows which use lights, lasers and projections to make water “dance to the beat of the music.”
Take a look at what they do:
Completely awesome idea!
I hear they have an exciting announcement coming up so definitely watch this space.
The new Cream compilation features 60 of the biggest tracks from the world of electronic dance music.
CD1 features work from artists including Jonas Blue, Rudimental, Armin van Buuren, Alan Walker and Ferry Corsten.
On CD2 you’ve got the likes of Calvin Harris, Paul van Dyk, Markus Schulz and Coldplay.
CD3 has classics from Faithless, Energy 52, Zombie Nation, Degrees Of Motion and Frankie Knuckles.
The album is released to coincide with Cream’s 21 years on the White Isle and will be available on 22 July 2016.
Spanish trance producer Dimension has released his first mix compilation on Flashover Recordings.
It features tracks by artists including Hazem Beltagui, DJ Orkidea, Stoneface & Terminal, Cosmic Gate and Snow Flakes as well as originals by Dimension himself.
The 15 track release is available now via Apple Music, Spotify and other major portals.
Dimension will be performing at Tomorrowland in Belgium, Electronic Family in Amsterdam, Beachclub Fuel, Panama in Amsterdam and Maassilo in Rotterdam between now and December 2016.