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Solarstone & Betsie Larkin – Indestructible

In the most meaningful of musical ways, Solarstone signed off on a truly epic career year 2019. Having previously found collaboration alchemy with Betsie Larkin through ‘Where Do We Go From Here’ and ‘Breathe You In’, a reteaming for the pair has become an evermore-requested one. One also long anticipated …

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DJ’s & Dates For SHINE Ibiza’s Epic Third Season Unveiled!

2020 Sees Ferry Corsten, Sander van Doorn & More Make Their Debuts Expanding its adventures to electronic music capitals like London, Amsterdam (for ADE), Belgium’s Tomorrowland and its just-announced Berlin debut , SHINE’s shine has been megawatt-bright throughout 2019.The good word doesn’t stop there either! As much of the planet digs in for winter, SHINE brings …

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Giuseppe Ottaviani – Moscow River

Giuseppe Ottaviani has not been kidding around this year. 1 conceptually innovative album, 9 single releases and gigs whose count is pushing triple digits have all been worked into the 365 of his 2019. In fact better make that 10 singles, as the Italian’s about to sign the year off …

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Cold Blue – the first album – ‘Winter’

Cold… Blue… ‘Winter’… Not for nothing are you seeing the first official album assembly from Tobias Schuh arriving in – of all months – November. Cold Blue- Winter cover It’s a time of year that occupies the producer from Mainz, Germany’s mind to a considerable degree. To say that the …

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John O’Callaghan – Hammers At Dawn

Release-wise, there’s been a disturbance in the JOC force this year, but not without fair reason. Having blazed the trail with its live shows, the Subculture premier had release-matters of a Key4050 nature to attend to. To start wrapping up his 2019 though, John thought he owed floors a standalone. And with ‘Hammers At Dawn’ they’re …

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Markus Schulz & HALIENE – Ave Maria

‘Deeply personal’ is a phrase often used to describe artist’s releases. In the respect of ‘Ave Maria’ though it takes on a greater meaning.  Following the loss of his mother in the early spring, Markus Schulz instinctively opted to celebrate her life in the most natural manner imaginable – through …

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