With the release of Hardwell's - Young Again ft Chris Jones out, we decided to speak with the vocalist who brings the track to life, Chris Jones. Not only has he kindly answered our questions, but he has also created a chart for you to download too! Chris is an increasingly popular British vocalist and songwriter mostly recognized for his successful EDM & Trance collaborations; Bringing his unique style & powerful vocals to any production, he has quickly gained himself a reputation for thrilling, captivating & stunning live & recorded performances.
Ahead of DHF's final showdown, we decided to catch up with Hard Dance & Hard Trance DJ / producer, Argy!
After the release of 'Toolroom Knights mixed by Doorly', we thought it only right to catch up with the man behind the decks to find out more about his plans & insights. The DJ/producer is duly recognised for his exceptional skills behind the mixing decks. He orchestrates dynamic sets; bringing incredible instrumentals, sharp & beautiful accapellas, bootlegs, edits & array of genres, to which mixes through seamlessly. He has a strong knack for lighting up any stage he performs on with his unique musical selection; effectively captivated in his latest works. With a mixture of Indie, house, breaks, techno, hip hop & electro influences in his production Doorly really knows how to capture the best of his sound & work it to his advantage. His musical nous is reflective in his work whether he is mixing at a club or performing a full live set or piecing together a new summer banger.
Hessle Audio co-founder, Ben UFO treated Radio One listners to a full half hour Jungle set. The only vinyl set featured on Rockwell's show includs tracks from Dillinja, Hype & Dj Krust. BEn UFO is well regarded for his feel good music selection, usually ranging from House, Techno & Garage. Distinctly acknowledged for his music selection, you can find the Dj mixing outside of his comfort zone regularly, choosing classic Disco tunes as well as tones of Ragga, Hip hop & other bangers from any musicical enthusiasts collections.Here we've got some classic jungle beats & a few words from the man himself.
Ben Pearce burst onto the scene in 2012 with his killer track 'What I Might Do', which was undoubtably one of the biggest tracks of the summer. Since Ben has had success on Moda Black and Under The Shade but to name a few and this has earned him a nomination for DJ Mag's Best Of British - Best Breakthrough Producer. We caught up with him to find about life as a DJ and producer and to get the lowdown on his record label Purp & Soul.
Marc Kinchen aka MK is undoubtably one of the most influential house producers going, he pioneered the house in the early 90s and remixed some of the biggest pop tunes including Celine Dion and Pet Shop Boys. He then went onto work with Qunicy Jones, where he produced tunes for the likes of Will Smith, Jay-Z and Snoop Dogg.
Jon Rundell is a very talented individual, not only is he an international DJ and producer, he is also the manager of Carl Cox's Intec record label and of his own Etch Recordings.
With a creative background and the expertise in making music videos for the likes of AlunaGeorge, Laurence Blake aka Citizen switched his attention to music production and was quickly picked up by house pioneer Kerri Chandler for his MadTech Records.
Sean Tyas has had yet another excellent year and it's not over yet. Hot off the heels of his track with Noah Neiman and Fisher 'Lose My Logic', Sean Tyas is set to release a remix version and his next sole release 'Now You See' just around the corner.
Nick Coles catches up with Dutch stadium house superstar Sandro Silva ahead of his imminent return to the UK for Houscienda's massive launch party, here's what he had to say...
With nearly 20 years worth of experience in the industry, in-particularly in the Trace scene, we thought we'd catch up with Mark Sherry to find out what he thinks about these evolving times and to see if he had any studio tips for us.
For the last decade Lange has been at the forefront of the Trance scene, making him one of the most influentials artists in the genre. Ahead of the release of his third studio album we thought we'd catch up with him to find out more about the project.
Groove Armada are a production duo that really need no introduction. From the 'We Love' terrace at Space to the John Peel Stage at Glastonbury these guys have captured crowds and smashed up dancefloors with their live shows and raw DJ sets worldwide. With tracks such as 'Superstylin' and 'Always Take Me Higher' it's fair to say they stand at the top of dance music with the rest of the greats.
Jody Wisternoff has been implementing his production skills throughout the music industry for well over 2 decades and constantly developing his sound, which is still extremely fresh.
Icicle first dropped onto the Drum & Bass scene back in 2007 with his debut release on Teebee's Subtitles label with 'Weak Moments' and 'Echoes' and since then he's had a whelm of releases on Critical Recordings, Soul:r, Med School, Renegade Hardware and Shogun Audio which is now his home.
International DJ and producer Michael Woods has achieved a great deal during his short career. His progressive productions have taken him far and wide and have lead him to collaborate with some huge artists including Chris Lake, Funkagenda and Mark Knight amongst others.
Klubfiller is one of the fastest rising acts in the Hard Dance and Hardcore scene. At a very young age Klubfiller has already released on many labels and collaborated with many top class artists throughout the scene.
Guy J has established himself as one of the most sophisticated and emotive producers in electronic music of the last decade and that is why Balance Music have recruited him to take control of the latest Balance Mix 024.
We catch up with the King of hard dance and technical deck wizard Andy Whitby as he unleashes his latest mix for Ideal ' In An Ideal World' Vol 2.
Grizzly record label owner and eclectic musical genius Sinden dropped by to share with us his thoughts on UK vs US music scene, what he's been up to and more: