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      D-Block & S-te-Fan released their new album Antidote last September. During Q-BASE the hardstyle DJ’s even had their own album showcase on the mainstage. The showcase received a lot of great response, since the audience went completely nuts. Now, almost two months after the release, the artists suggest that it’s time for the follow up of ‘Angels & Demons‘.
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      The post D-Block & S-te-Fan are working on a follow-up of ‘Angels & Demons’ is visible on Hard News.
      Source: Hard News NL
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      H.O.S.H. is known for his ability to craft a remix and reinterprets it with his inimitable sounds while preserving the track’s tenets. This time around he does just that. With a similar layout as the original, H.O.S.H. lays out a different buildup where at first it gives the idea of a darker approach. In change, the track slowly fills with a carefree sensation as light strings bypass the authoritarian broken bass chord leaving a sense of home-bound pleasure. Passing the breakdown, the track gets seasoned with shattered-like noises over an out of this world bass chord that only accentuates in persistence. All in all the remix truly preserves the H.O.S.H. sound trademark.
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      The post Review: Planet Of Sound – We Are Together appeared first on Deep House Amsterdam.
      Source: Deep House Amsterdam
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      By OzClubbers
      KSHMR has been shockingly silent for the last few weeks. This seems almost silly to say considering the amount of music the producer has consistently been creating in 2017. Still we were getting used to weekly releases and have been missing the arguably best producer in the game right now. Luckily today we got great
      The post KSHMR and R3HAB Are Dropping A New Collaboration This Friday appeared first on EDM Sauce.
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      While the toxicology report containing the specific details of Lil Peep’s death has yet to arrive, police in Tucson, Arizona have reportedly received information regarding the potential presence of fentanyl in the drugs ingested by Lil Peep prior to his death.
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