Future House

Supported by The Chainsmokers themselves, Tony Sixx produces a fire remix of the evocative ‘Somebody’ featuring vocals from Drew Love. Gaining a name for his remix work, Tony Sixx shows once again that industry titans are picking up on his

New York based recording artist and producer Matthew Schultz impressed the growing EDM industry with his original track ‘Promise For Keeps’ earlier this year. Evocative, beautiful and genre transcendent, the track was immediately popular with fans and showed a plethora

DJ Phonon is the gift that keeps on giving. The boundary-breaking producer has taken 2018 by storm, releasing multiple EP’s on his own imprint and growing his fan base further and further each time. With ‘Future’, ‘Elements’ and ‘I Want

Drival – See Me Now

Following this year’s barnstorming release schedule, including ‘Full Moon’ and ‘Forever Is Gone’, Drival is back once again. ‘See Me Now’ Sees his eclectic sound and passion for production finding a new home on Sueno Digital. The Spanish DJ/Producer has

Chicago based Saladin has an eclectic history in the music industry, routinely killing it at shows in his native US and testing out his amazing material to crowds of all shapes and sizes. His latest release ‘Chicago Dirty’ follows up

Transcending genres and boundaries set before him, Not Your Dope returns with his newest release ‘Broken Child’. Featuring JDAM and LissA, the track oozes energy and contains the production prowess we have come to expect from the German producer over

Saladin is the Chicago based artist who has taken 2018 by the scruff of the neck and continued his progression to the forefront of the growing EDM industry. His latest release ‘Dirty Filthy’ follows up from this year’s ‘Feel My

US – Tainted

Mexico and London based duo US return, with their new single ‘Tainted’. Following on from this year’s ‘Turn It Up’ and chart successes ‘Blinded By Love’ and ‘Evolution’, the pair has shown once again why they are one of the

Quickly becoming one of the UK’s finest exports in Trance, Sam Laxton has had an incredible last year or so. His meteoric rise has seen him release tracks on Enhanced, Black Hole Recordings and Future Sound of Egypt, to name

Zepha B presents his first release on the TRXX outfit, ‘Talking About Music’. The inventive producer continues to impress reviewers with his infinitely unique and varying sound. The latest outing shares features of his previous works, but adds succulent variety