Elite Daily knows what’s up by choosing Joel Fletcher’s remix of Bombs Away’s hit record “Better Luck Next Time” as one of ten tracks “you have to” pre-game to and we fully support it! “Better Luck Next Time” is a jam and if you haven’t heard it yet, you can stream the full remix package below, and purchase it on iTunes or Beatport.
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We are proud to announce that the crew at DancingAstronaut.com chose Dannic’s “Clobber” as their #33 biggest track of 2013. Radikal released “Clobber” in the US, licensing Hardwell’s prodigy’s track from Toolroom records. Here’s what DA had to say about the record:
“Unlike and alike his previous efforts at the same time, Dannic’s most notable release of the year excelled in his schooling of boisterous energy while flaunting an even greater talent for percussion and groove. Bringing a sense of authenticity, “Clobber” boldly separated itself and its producer from a sea of orthodox behavior.”
DJ Prime had a chance to sit with the Aquarian Weekly to discuss his 15 years in the industry, upcoming releases, and his overall take on the EDM scene. Prime has released 2 tracks under Radikal including “Let’s Get Wasted,” “Big Room Bass,” which went to the #1 of the Hypem chart thanks to the help of the DJ community, and an official remix of Matt Cardle & Melanie C’s “Loving You.” Click on the image above to view the interview, and stream below Prime’s latest releases!
Beatport: DJ Prime – Big Room Bass (Original Mix)
Beatport: DJ Prime – Let’s Get Wasted
Congrats to Bombs Away and the awesome remix done by Reece Low of “Better Luck Next Time” thanks to the post by Nerdy Frames. Thank you to all of the fans that tweeted, shared, and retweeted to get the track up at the top. The remix package for “Better Luck Next Time” is available on iTunes and Beatport. Purchase it today!
Radikal Records wants to give a big thank you to the crew at Party 105.3 who put together Electric Christmas, and had Ayah Marar perform. Ayah, supported by the great Vic Latino on the turntables, performed her rendition of Martin Garrix’s “Animals,” followed by her US debut single “Beg Borrow Steal,” and “Mind Controller” off her album “The Real,” to finish it off with her hit single with Calvin Harris “Thinking About You,” much to the delight of the crowd.
Party 103.5 ‘s Vic Latino, Ayah Marar, and Radikal Records owner Jurgen Korduletsch
You can stream Ayah Marar’s latest album The Real on SoundCloud below, and purchase the album on iTunes here.
Our friends at Earmilk recently featured Party Favor’s remix of Bombs Away’s “Better Luck Next Time”. Here’s what they had to say:
Australian duo, Bombs Away, released “Better Luck Next Time” on Radikal Records on an EP with six killer remixes, including this awesome fist pumping, chest bumping remix by Party Favor. ”Better Luck Next Time” is the duo’s first single in which they are singing on the track, a melodic chorus with their signature Melbourne Bounce style pumping through the vocals. Already a super fun dance track, Party Favor kicks it up a notch; highlighting their vocals and adding a much heavier beat, a deep trap drop that smacks you in the face.
Party 105 from Long Island is hosting their annual Electric Christmas on Wednesday December 18th, and are bringing Jersey Shore’s one and only Snooki to host the EDM event. Radikal’s own Ayah Marar will be performing her hit single with Calvin Harris “Thinking About You” along with “Beg Borrow Steal” off The Real. Tickets are available here. The event is 18+ and tickets are $20. Other performers are DJ Vice, Chris Willis, and many more!
After releasing “Big Room Bass” last month, DJ Prime is following up strong with “Let’s Get Wasted.” This is the perfect track for that 1 AM point in the club. Everything starts blending together, bass pounding against your chest, and then the rest of the night is a cheap viagra pill fireball of euphoria. Definitely head over to Beatport and support this Industry Vet and “Get Wasted.”
Shout out to our friends at DJZ.com for featuring Bombs Away’s latest single “Better Luck Next Time.” Here’s what they had to say about it:
All the producers featured on the remix package take “Better Luck Next Time” into completely different directions, whether it be moombahton, trap, electro viagra england house, or progressive house. Both Reece Low and Party Favor add a trap twist to the original, but in their own unique ways. Reece Low takes the more subtle approach, with the track gradually building up to an unsuspecting tasty trap beat. Party Favor, on the other hand, kickstarts the remix with hi-hat triple
The single along with the remix package is available on Beatport and iTunes.