The album will be dedicated to the memory of Fulton, who tragically passed away in April 2021 from an apparent suicide after struggling with his mental health.
The Denver-based producer has infused his signature funky sound with a fresh dose of wobbly bass.
The neck-breaking bass producer will support his new LP with a 45-date tour this fall.
ILLENIUM's hotly anticipated fourth studio album has landed.
The Grammy-nominated producer contributed to four tracks on Cosha's remarkable debut.
Monstercat's new compilation covers all three of its brands—Uncaged, Instinct, and Silk—and their catalog from the last 10 years.
Tchami has unveiled 19—yes, 19—brilliant reworks of music from his debut album.
Felix Cartal indie-tinged house sound is in a league of its own.
Gorgon City demonstrate a new playfulness in their work and artistic growth while staying true to their roots.
The unique fusion of trap and Latin makes this LP a must-listen.
"Dreams" marks the eighth release from their upcoming 18-track LP.
"I deeply feel the connection between the way our eye’s iris expands in the darkness and how our minds expand when we turn off the outside lights and look within."
The collab-heavy, 12-track album is a roaring return to Mello's electronic roots.
"Shockwave" spans 12 tracks and features a number of high-profile collaborators, such as TroyBoi, Megan Thee Stallion, and Subtronics.
The expansive 20-track album features collabs with Rivers Cuomo of Weezer, Chet Porter, and Mija and Mr. Carmack, among others.
Their album arrives alongside a visualizer for the lead track "Skin (I Give In To You)."
"Only music has the divine power to touch not only the bodies, but the souls of people and awaken them."
The album features 39 tracks mixed by Armin van Buuren himself.
KUČKA returned to solo music in 2019 with the release of the project's lead single, "Drowning," produced by Flume.
Rather than catering to the mainstream, ZHU’s new album seems to bring all listeners under one roof with the intention to rave.
The bass music heavyweight fuses a wide array of sounds on his impressive debut full-length offering.