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The ClubPlanet Interview: Thomas Gold
Thomas Gold is “On Fire” right now, literally. ...
Thomas Gold is “On Fire” right now, literally.  The track with Rico & Miella was one of the major anthems of Miami Music Week.   Following up the equally massive “Can’t Stop this Feeling,” Thomas is one to watch the 2016.  Not only for his original productions, but his remix...
The ClubPlanet Interview: Otto Knows
Guess what Otto Knows? Not just a "Million Voices" but how to "Work Bitch." ...
So what does Otto really know?  Yeah, that’s an easy pun to make, but Mr Jettman definitely knows how to produce creative and groundbreaking music.  “Million Voices” sounded like nothing that came before it and captured the world’s attention, even before Selena Gomez shook her hair to it...
The ClubPlanet Interview: 99 Souls
Not 98, Not 100. 99 Souls - the duo behind the hit mashup "The Girl is Mine"...
Not much is known about 99 Souls.  A duo consisting of joyful chaps named Sol and Joe, they exploded onto the scene with “The Girl Is Mine,” a mashup of Destiny’s Child's “Girl” and Brandy and Monica’s “The Boy is Mine.” An instant Shazam hit after massive club play as a white label, the...
The ClubPlanet Interview: Andrew Rayel
With his eyes and ears on the future of trance, DJ/Producer Andrew Rayel is one...
Trance is serious music, or maybe it is just that some of the DJs take themselves too seriously.  Andrew Rayel is not one of these DJs.  Born Andrei, he is the future of trance.  Not only can he produce gorgeous harmonic music in the classic trance style, he is able to blend it...
The ClubPlanet Interview:  Amba Shepherd
"The number one voice on today's dancefloor" - truly the most apt description...
When you listen to the songs “Cupid Casualty,” “United We Are,” “Neon Sunrise,” “Rewind,” “Sky High,” and “Lost for Words,” it’s easy to hear why Australian singer/songwriter Amba Shepherd has been called “the number one voice on today’s dancefloor.”   And that’s not even mentioning a...
The ClubPlanet Interview:  Joe Stone
It's all about the party, Joe Stone is man enough to make the beats. ...
Interviewing Joe Stone, you realize that his music is a true reflection of who he is as a person.  Tracks like “The Party” and “Man Enough” are goofy, fun, and happy, which are the exact same words you could use to describe his personality.  Exploding onto the scene this past year with...
The ClubPlanet Interview:  W&W
Big tracks and big shows, W&W are making it big in 2016....
When you think about “How Many” club smashes W&W have unleashed in the past eight years, it may come as a “Shocker” that the duo of Willem van Hanegem and Wardt van der Harst have gone way past 50.  They “Break the Rules” as they “Twist” trance, electro, and progressive for their...
The ClubPlanet Interview: Tritonal
Tritonians unite! Survive the Blackout and get ready for the new album later...
In the craziness of Miami, sometimes interviews happen in the craziest places.  We met up with the duo Tritonal right after there smashing performance at the electroNOW party at the National Hotel.  Their recent singles “This is Love” and “Blackout” are buzzing due to the radical changes...
Music for the Masses
A roundup of great electro, future bass, chill, deep house, future house, and...
A roundup of great electro, future bass, chill, deep house, future house, and progressive tracks. Botnek - Clickbait - [DIM MAK] “What happens next will shock you?”  No, not really, unless you really think about it.  Canadian duo Botnek preview their forthcoming EP with the...
The ClubPlanet Interview: Rain Man
There is life after Krewella, just listen to the beats of Rain Man.. ...
Being thrust from bedroom producer to pop superstar can be a bumpy ride, especially when the final move is being unceremoniously fired.  That is clearly an oversimplification of the past four years of Kris Trindl’s life, but his journey from being the producer of Krewella to being on his own...
The ClubPlanet Interview: MK
Dub of Doom. That’s really all you need to say to introduce MK - Marc Kinchen. ...
Dub of Doom.  That’s really all you need to say to introduce Marc Kinchen.  That dub of The Nightcrawlers' “Push the Feeling On”  is one of the most beloved club records of all time and nearly 25 years later it is still played, remixed, and sampled across all genres.  Of course,...
The ClubPlanet Interview: Jonas Blue
Riding in on a Fast Car, Jonas Blue is a producer to watch for.. ...
There is a strange phenomenon in dance music where different people get the inspiration to do the same thing at the same time.  In the past few months, there have been several versions of Jade’s “Don’t Walk Away,” Everything but the Girl’s “Missing,” and, of course, Tracy Chapman’s “Fast...
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