Thursday, 6 May 2021

Happy Hour> RDJ1> 8th & 9th May 2021

 This weekend, 8th & 9th May 2021, from 10:00EET (09:00CET) & 22:00EET (21:00CET) on Happy Hour> Radio DJ1 https://bit.ly/radiodj1, you can listen the album/compilation "U7 Trance Anthems, Vol. 2" by Andy Jornee & Zara Taylor, album released on December 14th, 2020. Universe7 Recordings is finally reaching a milestone with more over than 30 releases in 3 Years of Trance history. And the best way to celebrate such an achievement than being grateful with all of our community, while looking back to all those tunes. This is 'U7 Trance Anthems Vol.02', a compilation series carefully curated from the best Tracks from Andy Jornee. We hope you enjoy this epic Album.


Sunday, 2 May 2021

Happy Hour>> RDJ2> 3rd & 8th May 2021

 

Happy Hour on Radio DJ2 https://bit.ly/radiodj2, Monday 3rd May from 09:00EET (08:00CET) & 21:00EET (20:00CET), and Saturday from 20:00EET (19:00CET), you can listen the album "God Save The Rave" by Scooter, album released on April 16th, 2021.
Iconic German happy hardcore group Scooter have just dropped their twentieth album ‘God Save The Rave’, almost four years after their last. The album features stand-out collaborations with some of the industries best, combining with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike for ‘We Love Hardcore’, Timmy Trumpet for ‘Paul is Dead’ and Harris & Ford for the namesake track ‘God Save The Rave’. The energetic selection of tracks aren’t without iconic samples either, with ‘We Love Hardcore’ sampling Zombie Nation’s ‘Kernkraft 400’, as ‘Which Light Switch Is Which?’ contains samples of the 1995 song ‘Strings of Infinity’ by T-Marc featuring Vincent. For those lucky enough to own the vinyl edition, the track ‘Wand’rin’ Star’ has been replaced by another track ‘Lugosi’. Alongside the album, the German group are heading on tour with their quintessential new music and flamboyant performances, landing in European countries such as the Netherlands, the UK, Germany and Switzerland. Founded in Hamburg in 1993, the rave and techno band consisting of members Hans Peter Geerdes, Michael Simon and Sebastian Schilde, has sold over 30 million records and earned over 80 Gold and Platinum awards to date, famous for hits such as ‘The Logical Song’ and ‘How Much Is the Fish’.

Tuesday, 27 April 2021

Happy Hour> RDJ1> 1st & 2nd May 2021

 

This weekend, 1st & 2nd May 2021, on Happy Hour> Radio DJ1 https://bit.ly/radiodj1> 10:00EET (09:00CET) & 22:00EET (21:00CET)> ...you can listen the album "Vocal Trance Rewind 2014-2020 by Susana, album released on March 3rd, 2021.
Sanne Boomhouwer (born April 8, 1984 in Aalsmeer, Netherlands), who performs as Susana, is a Dutch trance music vocalist and radio host. Boomhouwer grew up in the Amsterdam suburb of Aalsmeer and took classical singing lessons in her youth. She attended the De Brug primary school. Boomhouwer was inspired to become a songwriter after hearing Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill; other inspirations include Mariah Carey and Tori Amos. As a teenager she sang in the rock band '010?, named after the classroom the band rehearsed in.At age 19, a neighbor of Boomhouwer's introduced her to producers Raz Nitzan and Adrian Broekhuyse after seeing her perform live. The meeting led to her singing on "Dark Side of the Moon", a collaboration with Dutch producers Ernesto van der Meij and Edwin Koelewijn (credited as Ernesto vs. Bastian). Under the name "Susana", Boomhouwer provided guest vocals on the song "Shivers" by Armin van Buuren; the album of the same title reached the charts in the Netherlands.Susana then signed with Armada Music. She released her solo debut, Closer, on Armada in 2010, followed by Brave in 2012. She contributed vocals to "Without You" by Egyptian trance duo Aly & Fila, and performed the song live at the pyramids of Giza in 2015. She has also provided guest vocals for Metropole Orchestra at the Tomorrowland Festival and for Rex Mundi.Susana hosts two radio shows in which she showcases trance music, V2V and Press Play.She won the Trance Podium Award for Best Vocalist five years in a row from 2014 to 2018.She has ten songs listed in the top 1000 trance songs of all time, published by A State of Trance in 2021 and provided vocals for the #1 song "Shivers" and the #10 song "RAMelia".

Sunday, 25 April 2021

Happy Hour>> RDJ2> 27th April & 1st May 2021

Monday, 27th April from 09:00EET (08:00 ET) & 21:00EET (20:00CET) and Saturday 1st May from 20:00EET (19:00CET), you can listen on Happy Hour>> Radio DJ2 (we dance 2 :d^_^b: ) https://bit.ly/radiodj2> "IIII" by Robin Schulz, an album released on February 26th, 2021.
IIII is the fourth studio album by German DJ and record producer Robin Schulz, released on 26 February 2021 through Warner Music. Schulz wrote around 50 songs over the span of four years for the album, which features collaborations conducted online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. IIII was supported by the singles "Speechless", "All This Love", "Rather Be Alone", "In Your Eyes", "Alane", and "All We Got". A seventh single, "One More Time" with Felix Jaehn, was released the same day as the album. The album's release was promoted by a drone light show in the Netherlands.Der Spiegel rated the album 2/10, and calling it too "comfortable" and criticizing the "pseudo-emotional" guest appearances. 24UR gave the album a rating of 3.5/5, praising the trance influences and use of non-electronic instruments like guitars. A review by laut.de gave IIII one out of five stars and felts its songs were unoriginal and repetitive.


Thursday, 22 April 2021

Happy Hour> RDJ1> 24th & 25th April 2021

 

This weekend, 24th & 25th April 2021, from 10:00EET (09:00CET) & 22:00EET (21:00CET) on Happy Hour> Radio DJ1(ONEly trance :d-_-b:) https://bit.ly/radiodj1 , you can listen the album "1986 (Remixed)" by Steve Brian, album released on April 16th, 2021. Steve Brian's '1986' album gets remixed in style, on Enhanced Progressive!
We're delighted to bring you '1986 - The Remixes' - a collection of eleven remixes by some of trance and progressive's brightest names of highlight cuts from Steve Brian's excellent '1986' album.
There's an eclectic mix of textures and sounds across the eleven tracks, with Myon's signature Summer of Love mix of Sweet Little Lies leading the pack. Sendr's remix of the title track and Johan Vilborg's remix of 'Sweet Little Lies' sees them explore a chilled prog trance sound, while Karanda, Dan Stone and Somna bring a bigger trance sound to their remixes, and Leonard A brings his signature cruching basslines and hands-in-the-air synths.
There's a distinct modern progressive sound from Cubicore, whilst Disfunktion shakes things up with a big melodic remix. Wrapping things up is Bryn Liedl with a techno-heavy remix of 'The 90's' and Rodrigo Deem & Maximo Lasso keep things floaty, organic and ethereal on their prog house take of 'Lie To Yourself'.

Sunday, 18 April 2021

Happy Hour>> RDJ2>> 19th & 24th April

 Happy Hour>> Radio DJ2 (we dance 2 :d^_^b: ) https://bit.ly/radiodj2 >> 19th April (from 09:00EET (08:00CET) & 21:00EET (20:00CET)) & 24th April (from 20:00EET (19:00CET))>> you can listen the album "Romance" by Camilla Cabello, album released on 6th December 2019. Romance is the second solo studio album by Cuban-American singer and songwriter Camila Cabello.Romance was supported by seven singles: the double lead singles "Liar" (which peaked at number 52 on the US Billboard Hot 100) and "Shameless" (which peaked at number 60 on the same chart), "Cry for Me", "Easy", "Living Proof", "My Oh My" (featuring American rapper DaBaby) and "First Man". The album also includes the US Hot 100 number-one single "SeƱorita", Cabello's duet with Canadian singer Shawn Mendes, from the deluxe edition of Mendes' self-titled third studio album (2019). The album's CD editions did not include the track "My Oh My". Romance debuted at number three on the US Billboard 200 dated December 21, 2019, with 86,000 album-equivalent units, including 54,000 pure album sales, 30,000 stream-equivalent sales (resulting from 40.6 million on demand streams), and 2,000 track-equivalent sales. Romance's streaming start is the third-largest streaming debut for a 2019 female pop album, behind Ariana Grande's Thank U, Next and Taylor Swift's Lover. The album's debut numbers include sales from concert ticket/album and merchandise/album bundles. The album was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in May 2020, for selling 1,000,000 album-equivalent units.


Thursday, 15 April 2021

Happy Hour>> RDJ1>> 17th & 18th April

 This weekend, 17th & 18th April 2021, from 10:00EET (09:00CET) & 22:00EET (21:00CET) on Happy Hour> Radio DJ 1 (ONEly trance :d-_-b:) https://bit.ly/radiodj1> you can listen the album "Becoming" by Ellie Lawson, album released on January 1st, 2021. Join us as we celebrate the incredible Ellie Lawson and her artist album 'Becoming'. Featuring collaborations with the likes of Aurosonic, 4 Strings and Robert Nickson for some EPIC Vocal Trance, this is one you don't want to miss out on.


 

Sunday, 11 April 2021

Happy Hour>> RDJ2>> 12th & 17th April 2021

 Monday 12th April (from 09:00EET (08:00CET); 21:00EET (20:00CET)) & Saturday 17th April (from 20:00EET (19:00CET), @ Happy Hour>RDJ2>Radio DJ 2 (we dance 2 :d^_^b: ) https://bit.ly/radiodj2 ...you can listen the album "High Expectations" by Mabel, album released on August 02nd, 2019 ! High Expectations is the debut studio album by British singer and songwriter Mabel, released on 2 August 2019 internationally by Polydor Records and in the United States by Capitol Records and Universal. Mabel worked with writers and producers such as Tre Jean-Marie, Steve Mac and MNEK to create the album, with its music incorporating genres of pop and R&B. Two singles and one promotional single were released from the album. Its lead single, "Don't Call Me Up", was released in January 2019 and was a commercial success, reaching the top ten in several countries and receiving a platinum certification in the United Kingdom. "Mad Love" was released as the second single from the album, and also performed well on charts internationally.Upon its release, High Expectations received generally positive reviews from music critics, many of whom complimented its production and the singer's vocals. The album was also a success commercially, debuting at number three on the UK Albums Chart and at number five on the Irish Albums Chart.


Tuesday, 30 March 2021

Happy Hour> RDJ1> 3rd & 4th April 2021

This weekend, 3rd & 4th April 2021, on Happy Hour> Radio DJ1 (ONEly trance :d-_-b:) https://bit.ly/radiodj1> from 10:00EET (09:00CET) & 22:00EET (21:00CET), you can listen the album "Find the Sunrise" by Dennis Sheperd, album released on January 15th, 2021.

For his third studio album, Find The Sunrise, progressive trance producer Dennis Sheperd releases 15 massive tracks with a wide range of sounds.Dennis Sheperd has become a huge name in the progressive trance scene since first emerging over a decade ago. During this time he’s released plenty of tunes and two studio albums including A Tribute To Life and Fight Your Fears, which showcased his unique sound and captured the hearts of many trance fans around the world. Now, after a tough year, Dennis Sheperd is back with even more refined sounds to explore with the release of Find The Sunrise. Out now on Black Hole Recordings, Find The Sunrise is an innovative album filled with 15 songs, each of which offers up different sounds that contribute to the charm of the release. Additionally, Sheperd teamed up with other artists such as EKE, RELIJI, and Sunlounger to further expand his range from darker soundscapes to uplifting melodies throughout the journey.While keeping within the ream of progressive trance, Find The Sunrise flows like a smooth river although each track carries a different feel with it. From the dancey tunes of “When I’m Alone” with Joston and Clementine Douglas as well as “How Does It Feel” with Chloe Kay to darker tunes like “I Can Feel” with Sunlounger, Find The Sunrise is a testament to Dennis Sheperd’s talents as a producer.Sheperd also adds some impressive hard-hitting beats and basslines that are sure to be scorchers on the dancefloor with tunes like “Hamsa” and “Miss You” which serves up some tremendous club-ready melodies and beats. A party starting kick combined with a speaker rattling bassline really makes the listener get up and dance immediately. Songs like these are Dennis’s forte and his masterful touch on them will energize anyone who listens.Although these songs go a bit outside of the normal progressive trance sound, they breathe new life into the album and offer up a twist that is warmly welcomed. This can be heard in the album’s title track “Find The Sunrise” with Katy Heath as well as on “Omid” with RELIJI, both of which clock in around 85 BPM and display how Sheperd can thrive at slower tunes. Adding to that, his dive into breakbeats is put on display with “When Our Worlds Collide” with Sarah Russell, which is a solid change-up on the trance-driven album. All in all, Find The Sunrise is a fantastic addition to his already stunning discography. Dennis Sheperd continues to impress with each passing release and we can’t wait to hear what his well-rounded production style offers up next. But until then we can’t wait to shred it on the dancefloor to these fiery tunes for some time to come.

Sunday, 28 March 2021

Happy Hour>>RDJ2> 29th March & 3rd April 2021

 Happy Hour>> Radio DJ2 (we dance 2 :d^_^b: ) https://bit.ly/radiodj2> Monday (from 09:00EET (08:00CET); 21:00EET (20:00CET) & Saturday (from 20:00EET (19:00CET), you can listen the album "Future Nostalgia" by Dua Lipa, album released on March 27th, 2020. Future Nostalgia is the second studio album by English singer Dua Lipa, released on 27 March 2020 by Warner Records. Lipa enlisted writers and producers such as Jeff Bhasker, Ian Kirkpatrick, Stuart Price, The Monsters & Strangerz, and Koz in order to create a "nostalgic" pop and disco record with influences from dance-pop and electronic music, inspired by the music that Lipa enjoyed during her childhood. The album spawned five singles, along with the title track as a promotional single. "Don't Start Now" was released on 31 October 2019, as the album's lead single, attaining both critical and commercial success. The song became her first top-three entry on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. "Physical" and "Break My Heart" were released as the second and third singles, respectively, both reaching the top 10 on the UK Singles Chart. "Hallucinate" and a remix of "Levitating" featuring DaBaby were released as the fourth and fifth singles on 17 July and 1 October 2020, respectively; the latter earned the album its second top-five single on the Hot 100 and the third top-ten of Lipa's career, following "New Rules" (2017). The album was originally scheduled to be released on 3 April 2020, but was moved forward after leaking in its entirety two weeks earlier.Upon its release, Future Nostalgia received widespread acclaim from music critics, many of whom praised the production and its cohesion. Commercially, the album topped the charts in thirteen countries and reached the top ten in thirty-one countries. In the United Kingdom, it peaked atop the UK Albums Chart for four non-consecutive weeks, becoming her first album to do so. At the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards, Future Nostalgia was nominated for Album of the Year and won Best Pop Vocal Album, whilst "Don't Start Now" was nominated for Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance.