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Miss Kittin: Redefining Female Musicians

Miss Kittin

We tend to stereotype female music artists as sensational and gorgeous women who create a buzz around the globe with their risqué music videos. We are accustomed to seeing materialistic women who hog the limelight in music courtesy of their ability to stun the eye with their looks, rather than soothe the ears with their tunes. We are made to ...

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Eric Prydz: The King of EDM

Eric Prydz

There are very few musicians in the world who have the ability to blend commercial success with an underground reputation. The Swedish DJ, Eric Prydz, has been able to do just that. He is a mainstay in the glamorous and celebrated music charts, as well as a constant figure in the unforgiving and hostile underground scene. Unlike most of the ...

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The Prodigy Set To Release ‘The Day Is My Enemy’

British electronica group The Prodigy recently announced the official release date of their sixth studio  album titled The Day Is My Enemy. This is great news for fans who have been waiting for new material from the group. Their last studio album, Invaders Must Die, came out in 2009, so it’s safe to say it has been a long time coming. The first single titled Nasty ...

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Joeski, The Unsung Hero of House

DJ Joeski

People often fail to differentiate between superstars and musicians. Creating music and attaining superstardom are mutually exclusive. Not every person who grabs the microphone, or picks up the guitar or takes a seat in a recording studio becomes a world renowned celebrity. Sometimes even the most talented of musicians fail to stay in the limelight for too long. A musician’s ...

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Avicii Remixes His Own Song ‘The Nights’

Swedish EDM DJ and producer Avicii has continued with the trend of remixing his own songs. He recently released a remix to his single “The Nights”. The original version, which was featured on FIFA ’15, was released on the 1st of December, 2014 as a digital download and was a moderate hit which managed to chart in several countries across Europe, and hit ...

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Prodigy: The Godfathers of Rave

The Prodigy Band Memebers

There aren’t too many electronic music enthusiasts who haven’t heard of Prodigy. Formed in 1990, Prodigy is an English electronic music group founded by Liam Howlett, the keyboardist and composer. Members of Prodigy Howlett is still a part of the band’s current line up which includes Keith Flint, dancer and vocalist, Leo Crabtree, drummer, Rob Holliday, lead guitarist, and Maxim, ...

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A Sneak Peek into the Career of Tiesto the Maestro

We have a tendency to stereotype legends in the world of music. When we think of the superstars in this field, we think of the dancing pop stars and the electrifying rock stars. It seems as if the spotlight is always on these two genres. These musicians are great indeed. They are icons of the industry in fact. However, it ...

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Avicii

ɅVICII – The Prodigal Child “Wake Me Up” is the most Shazamed song of all time. Not bad for the 25 year old EDM Swedish DJ, dance-pop idol, remixer, and record producer Tim Bergling. Known as Avicii, this talented artist, discovered by Sweden’s At Night Management’s, Ash Pournouri, seems to have an uncanny knack for knowing what to play and ...

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Steve Angello

Steve Angello

The Electronic Dance Music veteran, known as a man with impeccable values, was born to a Swedish mother and Greek father in 1982. Raised in Stockholm, Sweden, Steve started as a DJ when he was only 12, enraptured and captured by Sweden and the dance music of the time, he fused hip-hop, break beats, classics from the 1970s, and eventually ...

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Deadmau5

Remember Fleetwood Mac, the group that reached out to the listener through words woven intricately into such common emotions that everyone could relate to them? This is the thread of Joel Zimmerman, a performer and producer of progressive-house music from Canada, who uses synthesizers as a voice to evoke sentiment and thought, yet somehow manages something undoubtedly provocative. Oh Canada ...

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