D’Angello & Francis Launch Brand New Record Label Together With Ada Music & Warner Music Group
Through this special partnership with Ada Music and Warner Music Group, ‘Ravehouse Records’ will be a place where D’Angello & Francis can push the boundaries of electronic music even further.
In addition to this pioneering record label, the producers have also started a weekly Ravehouse Radio show and a Future Rave playlist now, both on Spotify, giving fans a taste of what to expect from ‘Ravehouse Records’ as it grows and evolves over the coming months.
After scoring multiple Beatport chart hits and two USA Billboard chart rankings, Belgian DJs and producers D’Angello & Francis have been positioning themselves as main-stage oriented artists over the past few years. The duo have produced some amazing collaborations with Bassjackers, Armin van Buuren, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike in addition to performing at big festivals like Tomorrowland. D’Angello & Francis have toured all across the world, including performances during Tomorrowland Unite Festival in Taiwan and a tour throughout Latin America and Asia.
With a reach of over 390k monthly listeners on Spotify, D’Angello & Francis are one of the biggest dance acts from Belgium with a clear vision on the future of mainstage music.
D’Angello & Francis explain :
“Early 2019 we started producing more experimental by crossing over genres like big room and techno in a mission to Save The Rave, as we felt that the mainstage music was a bit stuck into the same type of EDM-style. During Covid we had the time to unfold this concept even more as we were in the studio 24/7.
Now we have huge tracks ready to be released on our new label. We’re happy to have found a good partnership with Ada Music & Warner Music Group for this. We are confident that the new label will appeal to a lot of DJs and give opportunities to a new generation of talented producers. We will put out sample packs and remix competitions, to help other artists get into the genre. We also hope to start touring with the label as soon as nightlife gets back on track worldwide”.