INTERVIEWS

DJ Interviews

[wp_ad_camp_2] Personifying trance music’s energy in both approach and output, Italy’s Giuseppe Ottaviani has long been recognized as one of the genre’s most respected and prolific merchants. From his earliest studio work (as the engine behind famed group NU NRG), through to his latter-day releases under his own name, he has established himself as a benchmark for eminent trance. Over the last 6 years his boundary-breaking in-concert experience Giuseppe Ottaviani Live! has

DJ Interview: Darude On ITV Live!

[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] Darude, a name synonymous with driving beats and unrelenting energy, has been an innovator in dance music since he smashed his way onto the scene 10 years ago with the global hit singles ‘Sandstorm’, ‘Feel The Beat’ and ‘Out Of Control’ and the first album ‘Before The Storm’. The second album ‘Rush’ with singles ‘Music’ and ‘Next To You’ again conquered charts around the world in 2003 and

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[wp_ad_camp_2] These two German trance producers have produced such massive club hits like “Made Of Sun”, “Velvet Morning”, “Walk Down”, “Kiksu”, “Megashira”, “Are You Fine?”, “Hide&Seek” and so much more. One little known fact: all male vocals come from Steven Moebius Albert himself! Give a warm welcome to Kyau & Albert! [wp_ad_camp_1] What has been the best show for you this year? Steven Albert: Our big 15 Years Euphonic Night

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[wp_ad_camp_2] This French producer was born in 1982. His first musical experience was with jazz. He started playing the saxophone at the age of 7. He became interested in electronic music by discovering Jean-Michel Jarre’s first album. After 14 years of jazz music he decided to move into electronic music and became very successful in the global trance scene. Give a warm welcome to FERRY TAYLE! Of course France is

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[wp_ad_camp_2] New York native, Switzerland based DJ/Producer Sean Tyas is something of a leading light in European trance. Currently ranked #93 in DJ Magazine”s Top 100 DJ Poll 2012, he was also earmarked by BBC Radio 1″s Pete Tong as a “buzzword in trance circles” head of his debut Essential Mix for the station back in February 2009 and hooked by industry power house Beatport has a “One to watch.”

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[wp_ad_camp_2] For over a decade he has been roadblocking dancefloors with a procession of illustrious club classics, all-out anthems and critically acclaimed albums. As a DJ, he performs weekly at clubs around the planet, and for globally recognized names like A State of Trance, Cream @ Amnesia, Ministry of Sound, Gatecrasher, Full-On-Ferry, Zouk and countless others. He left an indelible mark on EDM with one of his very first releases. ‘Seven Cities’ scored a UK

DJ Interviews

[wp_ad_camp_2] Some people just have music running through their veins from their birth on. One of those people is taking the scene by storm under the name of Jay Junior. With over fourteen years of music experience Jay has started a brand new career in 2010 when a friend introduced him to the world of DJs and dance music. As Je’freak he started off as a percussionist who accompanied other

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[wp_ad_camp_2] Dave Clarke enjoys a successful DJ career that spans more than two decades. BBC legend John Peel famously dubbed him the Baron Of Techno. Clarke is known as an innovator. Someone who always stays true to his sound with a relentless technique behind the decks. His mix albums World Service are legendary and so is his ‘Red’ trilogy of EP’s. Known for his strong opinions, we are honored to

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[wp_ad_camp_2] “Shivers”, “hairs on the back of your neck”, “hands in the air”, “reaching for the lasers”, “losing your mind” and “rushing to the music” are just some of the effects described by their fans when listening to Egyptian World Top 20 duo Aly & Fila in full flow on the dance floor. [wp_ad_camp_1] 2012 saw Aly & Fila play Armin Van Buuren’s Annual ASOT 550 event for the 6th

armin trance family interview

[wp_ad_camp_2] Armin Van Buuren has been one of the most successful people in the dance music industry til date. As a producer he has sold millions of records. As an entrepreneur he is a partner in Armada Music. And as a DJ he recently won the DJ Mag number one DJ award for the fifth time. So we are delighted to have him for an interview. [wp_ad_camp_1] You were the

Oliver Daniel DJ Interview Hammarica PR Electronic Dance Music News

[wp_ad_camp_2] Oliver Daniel is a new face in the scene. He is the force behind Allthingstrance.com and the creator of the newly released The Uplifting Trance Production Guide. This comprehensive guide leads aspiring trance producers on the way to the top. Recently Oliver got covered on Beatsmedia, Usa Trance Movement, iVibes, DJ News, EDM Update and many more. So therefore, we wanted to know a bit more about his background

Andrew Bennett DJ Interview Hammarica PR Electronic Dance Music News

[wp_ad_camp_2] He has been around for a while, and was initially discovered by Armin Van Buuren. Nowadays he releases banger after banger on labels such as Diffused Music, Pinkstar and Spinnin Records. Please welcome Andrew Bennett as featurted artist in Hammarica.com’s series of daily DJ interviews! [wp_ad_camp_1] Your big break came in 2004 when a chance encounter with Armin Van Buuren & Markus Schulz led to the release of your

Andain Interview Hammarica PR Electronic Dance Music News

[wp_ad_camp_2] Andain began as an experimental, electronica group in 2000. Singer/song-writer, Mavie Marcos, grew up performing in the theatre and studied classical voice in college. Her musical interests led her to play in acoustic bands until she moved to San Francisco in 1999. During that time she met, and started writing an album with, producer Josh Gabriel (Gabriel & Dresden) who had studied composition at the California Institute of The Arts

Aruna & Myon + Shane 54

[wp_ad_camp_2] What will be the vision of Velvetine and how does it set itself apart from your other projects? The whole idea behind the formation of Velvetine was that of musical freedom. As much as Myon & Shane and I loved the music we were making at the time, we felt there was this whole other side of ourselves that we wanted to showcase. Something a bit more sophisticated and elitist, where the