I'm in the process of mixing and finishing a hard EDM track. It has a lot of bass and highs and it's transients are really hard and tight. I've come across this article which talks about LUFS and how tracks these days should be more dynamic. I've never heard of LUFS before except the fact that for most streaming platforms I know -16 of -12 is now the standard.
My LUFS readout for the entire track now are:
I also found this mastering tutorial here which does a decent job of mastering the track in my opinion but it's peaking way higher than my track at this point is doing.
The track has to be played on streaming services like Youtube and Soundcloud but it also has to preform well in a club without it sounding weak and quieter than other tracks.
I would like to know if this is a problem and would I be wrong following this tutorial? Are there any good tutorials on this topic that are accurate? Should I master the track differently for club use than for streaming services?