In many ways this could be David Guetta's Year Zero. That might sound ridiculous for a man who has seemingly drawn the best out of the pop and DJ world. But with his album, ' One Love', featuring superstars of the American hip-hop and r&b s..
Sharam could be the next Sergio Leone. Well, maybe. As if producing and DJing around the world wasn't enough to keep him busy, he elected to direct the video for his last track. A film obsessive, he chose the genre of the Spaghetti Western ..
The Dutch producers Zki & Dobre are responsible for so many productions in all kinds of styles under so many different names that they are difficult to categorize. One thing is obvious though and that is that their productions have been rou..
Grammy winning artist with cutting edge band Dirty Vegas - started his working life aged sixteen as an Assistant Trader in the city - his love of music was already prevailing, but mixing the two worlds wasn't easy. Leaving his beloved 'disc..
There can be no doubt that Dubfire has become one of the biggest names in techno. A regular at all of the world's major clubs and festivals, Dubfire says, "I usually gauge my top clubs on how much fun I've had playing, so with that in mind,..
Dean Coleman started his illustrious career in the mid '90s. Armed with his creativity and a strong passion for music, he began to do mobile parties while in college at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He was quickly thrust in..
Sander Kleinenberg knows how dancefloors work: he's instigated 'sweaty' scenes around the world, observing what makes people move from Belfast to Buenos Aires. Ultimately, the mechanics of the dancefloor revolve around just one thing: good ..