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Markus Schulz presents Dakota – The Nine Skies

“Not so straightforward, is it?” remarks Markus. Both generally and rhetorically, he’s passing comment on life. However, in the closing weeks of 2017 & opening months of 2018, he could as easily be talking about the ‘how’, ‘what’ & ‘why?’ of Dakota’s stage show and its December-released 18-track LP companion, …

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Markus Schulz – The Spirit Of The Warrior [Transmission 2017 Theme]

In perhaps the most time-honored tradition in 20+ years of event theme history, this November sees Markus Schulz deliver Transmission its 2017 night-defining anthem. First marking his ambassadorship of the Prague-based arena colossus with ‘The New World’ back in 2008, this year’s composition represents Markus’ ninth consecutive Transmission theme in …

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Markus Schulz Presents ‘Watch The World’ [Deluxe]

Whilst ‘Watch The World’ was electrifying airwaves & delighting fans last spring, it was also having another, altogether subtler side effect. Intentionally or otherwise, it was bringing about a shift in the understanding of who Markus Schulz, the musician, is. Working in stylistic areas new, penning & co-penning many of …

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Cosmic Gate – Materia – Chapter.Two – Out Now!

Since the release of its sign-in Chapter at the start of the year, ‘Materia’ – Cosmic Gate’s “made for the clubs” (MIXMAG), “impressive”, “roots return” (DJ Mag) LP – has been rocking blocks & wowing crowds in all four corners. Through the project, Nic & Bossi have dug deep to …

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Cosmic Gate Announce New Album ‘Materia Chapter.Two’ Released 01.09.17 + First Single ‘Tonight’ With Emma Hewitt Available Now!

As with all good stories, as one chapter closes, another opens. Such is the way in the already singles-rich chronicle of ‘Materia’ – Cosmic Gate’s episodic seventh album project. Following the considerable success of January’s “impressive” “roots return” (DJ Mag) “made for the clubs” (MIXMAG) maiden Chapter, today sees ‘Materia’ …

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