Posts byMichele Hann-Kang

The Shambhala Experience: A Culture Defining Documentary

In West African culture, the word hipi means “to open one’s eyes”. As the 17th year of Shambhala Music Festival approaches, Canadian film producers dive into the culture of Shambhala and electronic music in upcoming feature Input/Output: An Electronic Music Documentary. The I/O (input/output) computing term is defined as the

Q Dance To Bring Hardstyle To Canada

Famed Dutch production company Q-dance is prepared to dominate Canadian territory, much to the delight of  hardstyle fans up north. Known to attract international crowds to massives from Defqon. 1 Festival, Qlimax, and returning with their own stages at this years TomorrowWorld and Tomorrowland‘s 2nd

Galantis Gives Us Seafoxchella, Live From Coachella

Just 12 days after Beatport released Galantis’ self-titled EP, the Swedish duo headed towards sunny Indio, California to make their debut live performance at Coachella. Just a blink of an eye ago, Miike Snows’ Christian Karlsson and Linus Eklow (Style of Eye) shared a vision and formed

Diplo Joins VH1 For Brand New Series: Soundclash

VH1 and Palladia welcome Mad Decent founder Diplo to the host to a brand new TV series, Soundclash, with Grammy-award winning drummer of The Roots Questlove as the show’s executive producer. Premiering with live performances by London Grammar, Fall Out Boy, and Lil’ Wayne, Soundclash will

Shinichi Osawa Breaks Through With New EP

He’s the mutt of electronic music whose genre is ever-evolving. Rising to fame under the Italian name Mondo Grosso, Japanese sensation Shinichi Osawa gangs up with French electro-disco label Kitsune and presents us with his debut double-track EP Breaking Through the Night and All I Need. The EP just dropped and

Bassrock Romances Us With ‘L’amour’

Seattle-native Bassrock (Paul Allard) is teaming up with Maxamp to sweep us off our feet again with the release of their French-housey single L’amour. Allard’s known for his Big Room and Progressive House focused repertoire, and not afraid to dip into the many ripples of electronic sub-genres.


When Dutch youngsters Martin Garrix & Jay Hardway collaborated and released Wizard last November, people went ape shit. We see this happen a lot when two major producers get together and drop a track, people react like their favorite celebrity couple just had child. Despite Wizard