Kategorie: Addiction

4. Dezember 2018 Aus

Blaze U & Mizmo team up with Christine Ekeberg on vocals for a killer future house release on Sativ Records called “Addiction”

Von Scott Freedom

The tune features peak-time energy on the drops and a very distinct sound, with an extra dose of uniqueness provided by Christine’s vocals! Featuring an overall sounddesign reminding us of Hexagon releases and Don Diablo, “Addiction” is a future house tune perfect for both radios and dance floors around the world alike. The mixdown is […]

16. September 2016 Aus

Music Is My Drug

Von Scott Freedom

My eyes open on a Monday morning. I look around my room and assess the damage from the night before. An empty bottle of whisky spilled on my bedside, the remnants of pills and powder covering my desk, and foam on the side of my pillow and mouth. By a m…

16. September 2016 Aus

Music Is My Drug

Von Scott Freedom

My eyes open on a Monday morning. I look around my room and assess the damage from the night before. An empty bottle of whisky spilled on my bedside, the remnants of pills and powder covering my desk, and foam on the side of my pillow and mouth. By a m…

23. Dezember 2015 Aus

Rustie Cancels Upcoming Gigs Due to “Addiction and Mental Health Problems”

Von Scott Freedom

Following posts made on both Facebook and Twitter, the DJ and producer Rustie has announced that he will be cancelling his future gigs due to “addiction and mental health problems.” Rustie continued on to say that he will be taking a break from posting or responding on social media for awhile. “Any posts will come from management.” Due to addiction & mental health problems, all gigs in the near future are cancelled. Very very sorry & hope to see u… Posted by Rustie on Monday, December 21, 2015 We wish Rustie a quick recovery!

23. November 2015 Aus

Diary of an Addict Part 2: End Stigma Through Music

Von Scott Freedom

Disclaimer: The below article talks about how individuals have overcome mental illness and addictions with the help of dance music. In no way is this suggesting that one does not need a program of recovery, psychiatry or therapy for these issues. Just …