House | Tom Bull Is One To Pay Attention To With His Latest “Escape” Featuring Natalie Wood

Posted by on October 11, 2016

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Tom Bull is back with another stellar release featuring the talented Natalie Wood, who’s had releases with Low Steppa on Spinnin Records with “Drifting.” Premiered on BBC Radio 1 by DJ Target, and reaching #60 on the UK iTunes Dance chart, Tom is set to have a stellar end of the year, and an even bigger 2017. Supported by the likes of Oliver Heldens, Tiesto, Benny Benassi, Disclosure, and many more, if you haven’t discovered Tom yet, do yourself a favor, an hop on the wave before it’s gone! This is a must listen!

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Preview | Oliver Heldens is Set to Go Heldeep In Miami

Posted by on March 14, 2016

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At just 17, future house pioneer Oliver Heldens broke into the scene with his original track “Gecko,” catching the attention of multiple, big-time producers and major label Spinnin’ Records. After being signed to the label, Heldens would take over the dance music world with his brand new ideation of house music, a subgenre so groovy and melodic that it would have crowds going ballistic on dancefloors everywhere. Future house would begin its ascent onto festival mainstages across the globe with Oliver Heldens leading the way.

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Featured | Why Oliver Heldens’ Bus Tour Is The Perfect Pre-Festival Season Warm-Up

Posted by on February 18, 2016

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While many industries learn from its past or repeat themselves year after year, the music industry, specifically dance music, typically functions cyclically. Every year, the beginning of the new year marks a time for new releases, as both superstar artists and up-and-comers unveil the tracks, EPs, and albums that they’ve been working on for the last couple of months. This wave of new releases in January usually paves the way for artists to embark on a quick, month-long tour in February, before festival season really gets going in March with the kick-off of Ultra Music Festival. Summer marks the second season of the year for releases, as artists that were on the road and playing festivals get their first opportunity to hit the studio before setting off on tour again until the close of festival season in November.

These February tours are special because they mark an unique opportunity to catch your favorite artist in an intimate, club setting, where they are more willing to push the creative boundaries of their set and try their hand with tracks that they’ve been working on in the studio, before they are thrown into the monotony of playing festival sets month after month. This year, some of dance music’s biggest artists, like Hardwell, deadmau5, and Oliver Heldens, are all setting off on tours that culminate with shows in Miami during the Winter Music Conference, and these smaller shows, like the ones on Oliver Heldens’ bus tour, are the perfect festival season warm-up to get the year off on the right foot.

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Future House | Clinton Sparks Drops Guest Mix for The Underground In Chicago

Posted by on February 17, 2016

Grammy nominated producer Clinton Sparks is a many of many talents. A DJ, a writer, a singer, and cookie connoisseur. Celebrating their 50th Podcast Edition, Clinton Sparks drops a brand new future house mix featuring tunes from Oliver Heldens, Dom Dolla, and more that’s 30 minutes of pure fire. Catch him this Saturday (February 20th) at The Underground in Chicago to experience the madness.

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News | Oliver Heldens Announces North American Bus Tour with Throttle and Zonderling

Posted by on January 21, 2016

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North America – get ready, because Oliver Heldens is on his way. The twenty-year-old, Dutch phenom just announced a 12-stop bus tour with stops across United States and Canada that will kick off on February 24th in Denver, before making his way across the states with stops in Washington DC, Montreal, Dallas, Miami and more. Heldens has become a festival mainstay in the last few years, playing around the world at EDC Las Vegas, Tomorrowland, Ultra, and more, but he’s showing everyone that he is just as comfortable in an intimate club setting as he was on massive festival mainstage. Heldens will be joined by the progressive house maestro, Throttle, and his fellow countrymen, Zonderling, on the tour, in addition to support from SNBRN in Washington DC and Boston. Tickets to Oliver’s bus tour stops are available for purchase here.

House | Oliver Heldens Joins Forces with Throttle for a Dirty Disco Collab That Will Have You Groovin’ to the Dance Floor

Posted by on January 12, 2016

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Oliver Heldens stormed onto the scene in 2013 with his signature groove-driven style of future house and quickly become one of the growing genre’s flag-bearers. In the years since his emergence, the Dutch wunderkind has dominated dance music with quality releases under both his Heldens’ moniker and his recently-introduced HI-LO alias. Now, Heldens has released, “Waiting,” his much-anticipated collaboration with Throttle, to kick off the new year in style. “Waiting” showcases Heldens’ future house style with heavy influence from Throttle’s disco undertones for a track set to tear up the dance floor around the world.

Techno | HI-LO, aka Oliver Heldens, Gets Ravey On New Track, “Ooh La La”

Posted by on November 24, 2015

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Oliver Heldens has been recognized not only for his deep house work under his self-named moniker, but also as his bass alias, HI-LO. His latest track, “Ooh La La” adds techno to his resume with underground bass vibes. A fast percussion beat and driving risers set the stage for HI-LO’s latest track that evolves into a heavy walking bass line and pounding synth melody. Doppler hi-hats ring as the vocal line repeats an “Ooh La La” vocal sample. Although wandering from his expected sound, “”Ooh La La” adds a new vibe to HI-LO’s quickly expanding library.