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April 28th, 2013 / By: Michael Waust


D-Power stands for "Dance Power" and the project is made as a tribute to the 2000 dance style, that is known for it's typical electronic sounds and vocoded robotic voices together with great melodic synth-melodies.
Nobody really knows who is behind this project, but that's the meaning - the focus should be on the music and not the producer.

This is the second single by the project, and both releases has a small vocal part that is...

April 16th, 2013 / By: Michael Waust

Leonardo D'Ambrosio is a young 22 year old italian guy that lives in Rome, Italy.

He studied to be a singer for some years and did a lot of gigs, especially with covers of Pop Music, which is the genre that he prefers above all.
Lately he has begun studiying to be an actor and is also working as a speaker on a local radio.

His first official release was together with Dance Rocker aka Stefano Folegatti who also happens to be Leonardo's cusin. They did a cover version...

March 27th, 2013 / By: Andrea Doerner

Nadir Tanz Carlucci has been very active in the last 2 years releasing several singles and albums in different musical genres, continuously testing new sounds and experimenting with musical boundaries.

Commedia Lenta (in collaboration with DJ Nick), Pa Pa Pa, and Giochi Sonori, and Experimental Sounds Vol. 1, were his Slowstyle releases while he also produced several progressive house albums under his Da Darksky alias.In his Experimental Sounds Vol. 2 album, Nadir went to an...

March 19th, 2013 / By: Andrea Doerner


The project Mashup is made up of Giovanni Codraro aka DJ Gio and Slim David. After their initial release Questo Mondo, a very promising release though lacking in remixes, Mashup has brought out their second single Di Passagio under the Daniele & Viviana Mondello label Slowild Creation.

The Di Passagio release contains three rather diverse tracks. The John Crissis Remix is a version containing some of the typical house elements and a tempo at 130 BPM. This is followed...

March 17th, 2013 / By: Michael Waust

It is now over 10 years ago that italodance was on its highest point of popularity, some say it is dead, but this release just proves that it is still spreading and inspires people around the world. Maybe not mainstream, but still underground.

The reason for saying this, is that the producer of the track comes from Bolivia.
It is from the dj and producer DJ-V whose real name is Efrain Villca. Efrain is a 23 year old guy that lives in Bolivia. He has done...