Back in 2011, London-based artist Lee Burridge started All Day I Dream, a roving open-air soirée that introduces attendees (or “Dreamers”) across the globe to deep sounds. All Day I Dream launched its “Summer Of Love” world tour last weekend in LA. The tour will span 22 dates across 10 nations, connecting 100k Dreamers to All Day I Dream’s unique experience. Accompanying the tour is the “Summer of Love” compilation, a

Peggy Gou
With a busy DJ scehdule (including stops at HYTE, Hï Ibiza, and Dekmantel this summer) and head turning 12″‘s for Rekids and Technicolour, Berlin-based producer Peggy Gou has been having a hell of a year. Her hot streak continues with a remix of Shy Luv‘s “Time” for Black Butter Records. Gou takes the 80s boogie-informed feel good vocals and flute melodies of the original mix and adds a foot-stomping lo-fi

A sign is waving in the distance that reads “Get VonStroked.” A man, in an orange and yellow spandex suit with a cracked egg emblem on his stomach, is at the front of the crowd alongside a gaggle of raving brethren. I am backstage. Beside me is Grill$on, Dirtybird’s resident pit master, and we are wearing matching Vans sneakers; they have cheeseburgers on them. This was the Dirtybird BBQ in

Fresh off an American tour supporting Eric Prydz, British DJ and producer Cristoph links up with Fairfax, Virginia native Jeremy Olander for their new “Last Dance” EP. The two-track EP features two distinct progressive house records, and demonstrates a solid hybrid of the two artists’ unique styles, with Cristoph bringing a dark yet soulful vibe while Jeremy Olander’s rhythms drive them forward. The first track, “Last Dance,” is reminiscent of stepping

New York-based DJ/Producer and Brobot Records owner Junior Sanchez linked up with New Jersey’s Blaqwell to remix Brillstein’s new track featuring J Paul Getto, “Chalice (It Is Sew 2).” The remix features a bouncy, danceable bassline that is coupled with classic tech house percussion to give the track a good groove. With a good balance of builds, both short and extended (but never too lengthy) breakdowns, and main sections with most