On Friday October 16th Fedde Le Grand will be returning to the Amsterdam Dance Event to the stunning and unique backdrop of Het Sieraad. This time celebrating his new Darklight imprint, following the premiere editions in Miami, Las Vegas and London, Amsterdam is now the fourth city to be graced with an official Darklight Sessions.
Having recently focused on his solo projects, Dutch luminary and superstar DJ Fedde Le Grand now presents the newest release on his visionary Darklight Recordings imprint. This is Mental by Jewelz & Sparks.
With the unique styles of Patric and Sesa brimming over with every pound of the beat and turn of the synth, and epic build up met with a stunning drop to match, Wazzup is a rallying call from two producers to watch out for in 2015.
Just mere weeks after the release of Robotic comes a brand new one from Fedde Le Grand. This time he’s sharing the honors with Patric La Funk on the anthemic Take Me Home.
The wait for the next Darklight Sessions wasn’t long, this time London was up! This Darklight Sessions event at Ministry of Sound was one night you didn’t want to miss ;). Keep an eye out for the next Darklight Sessions, who knows it may be near your city!
After the success of the first edition of Darklight Sessions at Mansion Miami, another edition was sure to follow. Next up was Life Las Vegas and it sure was a memorable night! All pictures can be found here.
The first edition of our very own Darklight Sessions event at Miami Mansion was amazing! Pictures are online now.
A track that has served as intro to many of Fedde Le Grand’s monstrous live sets is now sparking fan excitement all over as it’s being geared up for official release on March 16th, we’re talking about Robotic!
Today, that excitable wait for Fedde followers worldwide is answered as he is pleased to announce the second track to come on his new platform. This time round its Laidback Luke’s take on Kryoman’s Loaded.
Tales Of Tomorrow is a supercharged, big room track that harks back to the style of electro house that made three of them feel nostalgic but progressive all in one go.