Max Vangeli and Armada team up for ‘We Are NoFace’

2016 – what a year it has been for Max Vangeli. The multitalented Moldovan DJ and producer, championed by industry royalty such as Tiesto and Steve Angello, and dubbed “one of the most promising artists” in the industry by MTV, has certainly seen his stock in the Dance music scene rise to record heights – and it is clear to see why. Having kicked off the year with the signing of an exclusive partnership with legendary Dutch imprint Armada Music, which seen the launch of his very own label NoFace Records, he has went on to release major hits including ‘Shine’, ‘Blow This Club’, ‘Get High’ and ‘Why Do I’ – a record collection that many aspiring artists can only dream of having as their own.

With the year coming to a close, Max is ending it in style with the release of his very first ‘We Are NoFace’ compilation album, another collaborative project with the Armada team. Featuring 3 new and exclusive tracks, and huge records from A-List stars such as Afrojack, Laidback Luke, Axwell, Kryder, Tommy Trash, Mike Hawkins and from Max himself, ‘We Are NoFace’ is full of infectious House and Progressive infused Electro flavours – the perfect insight into the musical mind of the America based artist. ‘We Are NoFace’ is available now on Armada Music and with a little bit of something in it for everyone, make sure you grab your copy now!

Jericho Frequency & Jennifer Rene – I’ll Be Waiting (Original Mix)

Martin Garrix & Jay Hardway – ‘Wizard’ (Positiva/Virgin EMI) Out Now

Martin Garrix is to follow up the unprecedented success of his anthemic, chart-topping club smash ‘Animals’ with the release of new collaborative track ‘Wizard’ on March 23rd.

Featuring fellow hotly-tipped Dutch producer Jay Hardway and having already amassed over 14 million YouTube views, as well as a further 4 million plays on Soundcloud, ‘Wizard’ picks up the baton with aplomb, first and foremost showcasing Garrix’ surefire ability to produce hit dance records.

Utilising a similar blueprint, the duo toy with razor sharp synths and rugged basslines that come to ahead in the shape of a short, snappy melody-driven break before exploding into life with deep, low-end bass and infectious trademark synth lines.

Showcasing serious dance floor credentials and packing plenty of swagger, Wizard is certainly an impressive follow up venture. Also boosted by a stellar remix package, with reworks from Mike Hawkins, Tchami, Yellowclaw and Tom & Jame all included, there is a greatl deal of diversity on offer too.

Having already been confirmed to play both Coachella and Ultra Music Festival and having been tipped by Shazam, 2014 looks likely to be the year that confirms Garrix’ status as one of the go-to names for cutting edge dance music.

Stellar remix package of Martin Garrix’s massive hit ‘Wizard’

Martin Garrix has followed up the unprecedented success of his anthemic, chart-topping club smash ‘Animals’ with the collaborative track ‘Wizard’, released on March 23rd.
Alongside this, the release will be boosted by a stellar remix package, with reworks from Mike Hawkins, Tchami, Yellowclaw and Tom & Jame all included, offering a great deal of diversity.

Featuring fellow hotly-tipped Dutch producer Jay Hardway, the original track has already amassed nearly 30 million YouTube views, as well as a further 4 million plays on Soundcloud. ‘Wizard’ picks up the baton with aplomb, first and foremost showcasing Garrix’ surefire ability to produce hit dance records.

Utilising a similar blueprint to ‘Animals’, the duo toy with razor sharp synths and rugged basslines that come to ahead in the shape of a short, snappy melody-driven break before exploding into life with deep, low-end bass and infectious trademark synth lines.

Having already been confirmed to play both Coachella and Ultra Music Festival and having been tipped by Shazam, 2014 looks likely to be the year that confirms Garrix’ status as one of the go-to names for cutting edge dance music.

Martin Garrix & Jay Hardway – Wizard (Mike Hawkins Remix)

Mike Hawkins – Soldiers (Music Video)

Mike Hawkins – Soldiers

Mike Hawkins – Soldier (Don Midass Bootleg)

Mike Hawkins – Soldiers

Marcus Schössow, Mike Hawkins, Pablo Oliveros ‘Ulysses’

The latest Size release comes in the form of a trio. Swedish Marcus Schössow joins forces with Danish friends Mike Hawkins and Pablo Oliveros for ‘Ulysses’, on what will undoubtedly be an absolute club smasher of a track, out today on Size.

The track starts off with an accelerating drum beat, gradually thumping harder and harder, before evolving into a furious and churning rhythm. The calm piano interlude offers the listener a brief opportunity to chill out before slamming back into heavy gut wrenching synths.

‘Ulysses’ is a mix of fast and slow; beautiful piano driven melodies combined with explosive synths and energetic drums to create an intense and original piece of work.

A pioneer of electronic music, Schössow has created something all producers aspire to – a recognisable and unique sound. 2013 is set to be Marcus Schössow’s biggest year to date. His huge collaborations with fellow Swede Sebjak on ‘Liceu’, and ‘Wildchild’ with Adrian Lux are still some of this year’s most talked about releases. His productions are a must in both Armin Van Buuren and Swedish House Mafia‘s sets as Marcus takes his rightful place as one of the leading EDM acts in the world today.

Born and raised in Aarhus, Denmarkm Mike Hawkins is rapidly ascending towards international stardom. From producing and DJing to masterminding festivals in his home country of Denmark and signing with Warner Music, Hawkins is taking over the music industry.

2012 was groundbreaking for Hawkins, releasing singles on heavyweight imprints EMI/ Virgin Music, Positiva, Ultra and Spinnin in addition to his own label Megaton. Receiving support from Tiesto, Swedish House Mafia, Hardwell, David Guetta to name a few, Mike Hawkins has proved he’s here to stay.

Descending from Peru, but growing up in Denmark, Pablo Oliveros is energetic and charismatic every time he steps into the DJ booth. Joining forces with Mike Hawkins, the pair play host to names from Ministry of Sound residents to major Danish acts at their monthly parties at one of Denmark’s biggest nightclubs.