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I just had an eargasm.

What I’ve noticed about Mlipinski is that most of his tracks have a nice vibe throughout due to the flow that he creates and samples that he spits. His ability allows him to create a sound as smooth as the velvet fabric on a blazer or a dress. Take his track Nadie Perdera for instance, which gave me the feeling of chillin’ on a bench, enjoying the cool summer day. With his skills as a producer, the music he creates comes across in a different light. It’s more clean and clear-cut than most due to the time that he must take during production, making sure his sound relays the hard work and dedication that he puts in at all hours of the day.

If you are a fan of the indie rock genre, Mlipinski is your artist to listen.


Greatest Producers

Tiisho Mountain Zenith

Victorious & Glorious


Play Fire With Fire

-Filip Electro


-Orjan Nilsen
You Will Never Be

-D-Block & S-te-Fan


-Cosmic Gate
Falling Back

That’s all folks!!

Flux Pavilion Freeway Ep Dubstepmoombahton

It’s always exciting to see a new collab with a couple of the biggest names in dubstep, especially when it exceeds your already high expectations of both artists. Well, today Circus Records frontmen Flux Pavilion and Doctor P released their killer remix of Dillon Francis‘ “Without You”, featuring Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, and it is exactly what you would expect from the … Continue reading

Check this track by Dj Propo88

Dj Propo88: my last Dj I have discovered

Today’s New Music Discovery on our blog, Dj Propo88 is an electronic music who actually sounds like it described itself.

If you like great songs, Dj Propo88 is the Dj to check out right now.

Welcome to your new Dj Discovery.

More info:Dj Propo88 Facebook

Hardstyle Tracks 2013

Two of my absolute Favs; Bobina & Andrew Rayel. BANGING!

-Dj Stephen Holland Tech Trance September- by Dj Stephen Holland

I have been sitting here for the last hour trying to figure out how best to describe Dj Stephen Holland. Wet crafts songs that have an electronic music appeal whilst at the same time combining electronica and this open aromatic (hard to describe) feeling.

Dj Stephen Holland is your new Dj artist from United Kingdom.


The Greenwood Hotel in North a Sydney is one of my favourite venues anywhere in the world: a deconsecrated church and courtyard slap bang in the middle of the commercial hub with no local residents to complain about the noise. With the surrounding office towers providing a great backdrop and creating perfect acoustics, all that is needed is sunshine – and Sydney’s pretty good at that. It’s unlike anywhere else in the world I know – a unique venue that should be used a lot more for trance events. Of course, people who’ve been around a long time will tell you about the awesome Sounds On Sunday events that took place at the Greenwood. I went to a few of the last of these and they were all great days.

In addition to the main stage in the courtyard, inside there are three rooms for dancing. This provided ample room for pretty much all of Sydney’s local trance and progressive DJs to play, as well as the six international names on the bill.

Ben Nicky is building himself a reputation as a 140 BPM DJ with his “Headfuck” branded remixes. But today he was the first of the internationals, starting at 3pm. Why this should be seemed something of a mystery but probably had a lot to do with DJ politics. Personally, I think he should have closed the chapel rather than warmed up in the courtyard. Whatever the reasons, I think it’s all wrong that these considerations should come before putting on the best possible event.

As it was, I did enjoy the set, although naturally it was heavily influenced by the time of day and I don’t think he got above 135. Tunes such as Ummet Ozcan – The Box, Simon Patterson feat. Lucy Pullin – The One, Markus Schulz feat. Fiora – Deep In The Night, Ferry Corsten – Punk, Mark Eteson feat. Audrey Gallagher – Breathe On My Own, PPK – Resurrection, DJ Tiësto – Lethal Industry, Motorcycle – As The Rush Comes and Gareth Emery – Exposure were mixed, mashed and headfucked alongside some much more commercial tunes like Armin van Buuren – This Is What It Feels Like, Porter Robinson – Language and Zedd – Clarity. There were some great moments and although I wasn’t into the more commercial tracks he played, it was pretty much spot on for the time of day.