Posted by VMan on April 11, 2016
Pure insanity is what comes to mind when scoping Joyryde’s new music video, “Fuel Tank.” After what looks like an incalculable amount of editing, Joyryde’s high octane track could not fit any better with the myriad of clips from Mad Max: Furry Road. From start to finish this video is bound to get your heart pumping and feet moving. The video, which fans have been anticipating for some time now, has delivered in full. With Joyryde not only producing the track, but also cutting and editing the video himself, his insurmountable amount of talent is beginning to shine. We speak on behalf of rydrz everywhere when we say; when does the next video come out?!
Posted by BIGLIFE on March 29, 2016
No words needed, this is absolutely amazing. Watch the video and know that Moosh & Twist are absolute winners when it comes to making amazing music. I watched this video twice, sat back for a couple of minutes and watched it a third time! I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.
Posted by Tay on February 17, 2016
Ever since it’s release, EDX’s “Missing” has been making the rounds online and offline with widespread blog and DJ support. This Swiss-based No Xcuses mastermind has a knack for creating smash house tracks, and he never ceases to impress, despite his high output of both originals and remixes. Ahead of his No Xcuses vs. Enormous Tunes bus tour launch this Friday, EDX released “Missing” on Beatport, as well as the visual treatment for the catchy cover of the Everything but the Girl track of the same name. Check out where you can catch EDX, along with Nora En Pure, Croatia Squad, and Antonio Giacca, live on his bus tour below and watch the video!
Videos | Experience the Magic of Hardwell’s “World’s Biggest Guest List” Charity Concert With the Official Aftermovie
Posted by jewcebox on February 11, 2016
Last December, Hardwell set off to make history, and join the ranks of world record holders, in the most charitable way by hosting 100,000 fans on his personal guest list. While over 125,000 people pre-registered for the opportunity, over 70,000 fans joined Hardwell at the D.Y. Patil Stadium in Mumbai. For the concert, Hardwell and his United We Are Foundation teamed up with the children advocacy group, Magic Bus, with the goal of providing education for 3,000 underprivileged children in India – a goal that they shattered. The “World’s Biggest Guest List” concert was able to generate enough money to help 18,000 kids – six-times their original goal – as Hardwell became the first artist to use his voice to make a difference in the world. The official aftermovie follows Hardwell, as he explains how he was inspired to come to Mumbai for this charity concert, and reproduces the magic that took place in Mumbai on December 13th. Check it out above.
Posted by VMan on January 28, 2016
Andy Mineo just dropped one of the most creative visuals I saw in 2016 so far. “Now I Know” is a 16-bit video, which brings me back to my childhood. This is off of his sophomore album Uncomfortable released at the end of last year, and instantly shot up the iTunes charts, debuting at #10 on the overall chart.