Need an energetic track to spice up your Thursday night? You’ve come to the right place! Press play for a 2001 banger by Mike and Charlie, “I Get Live,” remixed by the legendary Fatboy Slim! This is a track you don’t want to miss, so down your drink, turn up your speakers, and get ready to party!
A simple statement that means so, so much. Perfect for any fan of the rave scene, this shirt gets the message across in a tasteful, fashionable way!
There’s a new board on the Radikal Records Pinterest page: an EDM Gift Guide, right in time for the holidays! Make the final rush for presents a little bit easier this year by checking out the ideas we have for everyone’s ravers in their lives, and hey – maybe you can pick out a little something for yourself while your at it! You can check it out here, and make sure to let us know if we missed anything!
It’s that time of week again: Throwback Thursday! This week, we’re bringing back one of Schiller’s greatest club/dance hits from years back that is still being spun today. The only thing we ask of you: don’t sit back and relax, get up and start dancing!
Have a rager that you need music for? No worries, party kings Bombs Away are featured on Beatport! You can now hear your favorite remixes and originals anywhere, anytime, and never again have a musical slump during whatever insane bash you’re having! Check out the amazing tracks here, and make sure to not forget your “swagger!”
Elektro magazine, one of the most influentially informative magazines of EDM, takes you behind the turntables into the lives of the numerous DJs and artists, sharing the passion behind the music and giving fans an all access backstage pass. Recently, Elektro found out about Apollo 440′s return and decided to review their new album, The Future’s What It Used To Be. They believe the pioneers managed to keep their strong, original Electro-Rock roots intact within an explosive demand for EDM.
But don’t just take our word for it! Check out the actual review at the Elektro website.
Acid Ted has a fantastic blog that plays some of the most unique dance music. Being a fan of Apollo 440, Acid Ted was amazed when we told him about their new album The Future’s What It Used To Be, and even more amazed after listening to it.
JogTunes is an indie podcast with a mission to promote the unique blend of music and exercise by matching the tempo of the music to the pace of the workout. Fortunately they came across the fast-pace, Electro-rock sound of Apollo 440′s new album The Future’s What It Used To Be, and featured it in their podcast.
Check out there Apollo 440 podcasts episode HERE, and feel free to work out to it!