Don Diablo – YearMix

Don Diablo celebrates 2015 with an essential year mix. Embracing both the EDM flavoured and more underground sounds of the ever-expanding genre of future house, Don Diablo has had an extraordinary year. Having fostered a number of Beatport top 10s, as well as pushing his own label (entitled ‘Hexagon’), 2016 somehow promises to be an even bigger year … Continue reading

Tiësto & Don Diablo – Chemicals (Feat. Thomas Troelsen)

The latest from the legendary Tiesto and future house pioneer Don Diablo. ‘Chemicals’ combines the catchiness of Tiesto’s most recent big room efforts with the wailing horns and infectious beats of the latter, resulting in some serious synergy. This is a fun festival track, it being nice to see some progression and invention is now … Continue reading

Don Diablo Feat. Emeni – Universe

The latest release from Dutch future house producer Don Diablo. Having made his name making heavier, club-centric tracks, ‘Universe’ sees Don Diablo venture into far popier territory. As ever, the synths are fresh, however this track houses a more mainstream vibe, the latter lending to a lot Galantis vocalist Emeni’s sing-a-long lyrics. Overall, a solid track, … Continue reading

Lethal Bizzle – Festerskank (Don Diablo Remix)

Some absolute filth to kick off your weekend. Morphing his future house sound into something a whole lot dirtier, Don Diablo borrows little from the original bar a distinct vocal sample. If you needed any motivation to hit the town this tonight, then we’ve got you covered.

Jack Ü Ft. Justin Bieber – Where Are Ü Now (Elephante Remix)

A nice future house-inspired remix of the massive Jack U. As showcased by the likes of Don Diablo and Oliver Heldens, future house, as with tropical, is fast-becoming a big player on the EDM scene. Instantly recognisable synths combine with a dancy yet certainly not overbearing bassline that I’d have to describe as somewhere in … Continue reading

Don Diablo ft Kris Kiss – Chain Reaction (Domino) (Original Mix)

The latest track from future house mainstay Don Diablo. ‘Chain Reaction’ is perhaps the archetype of this producers expansive catalog – Oliver Heldens-esque synths combine with Don Diablo’s signature punchy bass and funky beats. Although lyrically, and vocally, weak, this is still an interesting and enjoyable track, marking a leave from the typical prog-house Spinnin’ … Continue reading