Our main channel is Magical Music. It mostly promotes chillout music. We also like to showcase deep house and house sounds, but also emphasize on the relaxing part of them. This is the currently most-liked channel, so our aim is to update it as fast as we can. On the other hand we do not like to overdo things, by what we mean is not uploading any and every bootlegs and remixes we receive. Feel free to submit your tracks to us, and if it meets the requirements, we'll make it well-known. All in all quality and the perfect choice is the channels main characteristics.
Magical House Channel is tries to deliver hard and soft house ryhtms. We promote well known house mixes, but also songs which are kind of techno-like. House music first appeared in Chicago, 1980. It became more and more popular, and arrived to Europe in 1987. It is mainly charactirized by repetitive 4/4 beats, synthetized basslines and drum machine rythms. Progressive house first emerged in 1999 and became more popular, giving birth to other subgenres such as deep house and bass house. House music affected all music genres around the world.
Magical DrumnBass Channel is about drum and bass music just as the name suggests. Our channels main aim is to spread rare chill-like drum and bass remixes. But you might also find classical songs too. DnB also known as Jungle is originated in England around 1990. It has sub genres such as techstep, ragga jungle or ambient drum and bass. It has also influenced other genres such as house, deep house, rock and also hiphop. The best known artist are Pendulum, Modestep, Rudimental or Netsky. But of course everybody has their own taste and likes.
Magical Dubstep Channel mostly concentrates on dubstep related music. We aim to add most-liked dubstep mixes of wellknown songs. Also like to promote special dubstep mixes about totally different musical genres. Dubstep is actually originated from drum and bass. The first known dubstep track is from 1998 though. It was a mix of drumnbass and breakbeat. DJ John Peel made it well-known, he started to support it at BBC Radio 1 in 2003. The birth of it also connected to experiments with 2-step garage sound. It has influenced wide range of other music type from heavy metal, through techno to classical.