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Armada has a long-winded history of being one of Europe’s premiere dance labels with an all-star-stacked catalog of cuts from Armin Van Buuren, Lost Frequencies, Afrojack, Fedde le Grand, and more. With an impressive list of top-tier talent under the labels umbrella, Armada is also known for developing up-and-coming talent. Newest to release on the […]

Nina Las Vegas‘ time as a host for Australia’s Triple J surely exposed her to a wealth of intriguing new sounds and genres — doubly so given the continental country’s well deserved reputation as a hotbed for electronic music. It’s no surprise then that in her own production work, and the artists she fosters on [...]

As Kygo has slowly pivoted from the EDM hemisphere into pop crossover stardom, as the tropical house pioneer has collaborated with everyone under the sun — from Miguel to Selena Gomez, One Republic to Ellie Goulding, to legendary Irish rock band U2.

i_o continues to build his techno regime with each powerful new release. Fresh off an impressive two-track EP, the producer has been cooking up a sassy tongue-in-cheek track called “Not Techno.” He gave DA some insight into the track, along with his thoughts on today’s techno scene, in the Q&A below.

Tim Schaufert and CASHFORGOLD have collaborated on more than a dozen songs since they began releasing tracks together last spring. The German producer’s and Detroit songstress’ styles come together brilliantly from across the sea, blending into a glowing atmosphere that’s simultaneously ethereal and eerie. From last November’s “Gold” to July’s “Awake,” the duo demonstrate a […]

Major Lazer cemented themselves as the deliverers of chart-topping summer tracks with their 2015 track “Lean On,” which recently hit its 1 billionth stream on Spotify. On their latest, they’ve teamed up with UK group Rudimental to deliver another summer heater, titled “Let Me Live.” Both parties have proved themselves collaborators extraordinaire — with Major […]

Whethan is on fire. He’s not only been featured on the “Fifty Shades Freed” soundtrack with Dua Lipa, but has also worked with Charli XCX, Flux Pavilion, and more, with no signs of letting up. Fresh off a viral performance at Coachella with the Yodeling Kid and the release of “Be Like You” featuring BROODS, […]

Fans of Jeff Montalvo’s emotive line of dubstep certainly have no reason to fret as Seven Lions has been on the prowl lately. With a 42-stop Journey 2 tour ahead of him, along with the launch of his own record label, Ophelia, and several new releases under his belt this year, Montalvo has become a […]

At long last, Chromeo have shared their fifth studio album, Head Over Heels. An ode to all things disco, the album explores the sub-genres of funk — roping in synth pop, sultry R&B, and nu-disco sensibilities into a retro-inspired dance record built for the 21st century dance fan. And while Chromeo have always maintained a […]

Emerging crossover festival brand Lost Lake has reportedly been cancelled ahead of the event’s second annual installment. The multi-day festival, still in its infancy, came by way of powerhouse event promoter Superfly — the organizing body behind massively successful event properties like Outside Lands and Bonnaroo. Dancing Astronaut has reached out to Lost Lake representatives […]


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