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NME Features Ruff Loaderz & The Hayman’s Single Anthem

NME (or New Music Express) brings you the latest music news and reviews from your favorite artists. The blog recently featured the critically acclaimed new release from Ruff Loaderz & The Hayman, Anthem. The site agrees the single is “Pretty Damn Essential stuff” and featured the club remix of the contagious single. Enjoy!

Aerial Noise Reviews Kevin Doherty And Amba Shepherd’s New Single Lifeline

Lifeline, the new single from UK producer Kevin Doherty and Australian rising-star Amba Shepherd. EDM blog Aerial Noise had a fantastic review of the release raving,

Whether its Rocket Pimp’s developed and resonance BOOM!-like effects or Dyro’s dreamland & smooth baby bottom feel, the NRG created is as evident across the majority of these remixes as a room fully packed of ‘avin it ravers & over exuberant party-goers.

The Vocal Club Mix, Paul Paris’ remix and the After Hours Dub – right through to Matthew Macinate’s and Nick Arbor’s remixes; – are all individually showing what real electronic dance music & energetic structure is exactly about, eighteen times over!

With more high-spirited layers than a bright n’ ripe orange and with Radikal Records help also, Ireland’s Kevin Doherty and Sydney’s Amba Shepherd (et all n’ sundry), have pulled another one out of Hogwarts infamous pointy hat.”

Lifeline Is Featured In The Deficient Mixtape – WMC 2012 Playlist


Electronic music blog, Aerial Noise, recently featured The Deficient - a collection of the newest and most noteworthy Electro tunes, “WMC 2012 is here and I think it’s a good time to unleash this brand new mixtape with all the latest electro house bombs from some of the top-class and most promising producers of 2012! If this doesn’t scream Summer 2012, I don’t know what will!”

This mixtape features the Dyro remix off our latest release Lifeline.  Dutch DJ/Producer Dyro transforms the single, playfully teetering between soft progressive vocals and a hard thumping bass. This mixtape includes new releases from Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Angger Dimas, Dada Life, Christian Luke, and banger from  Dyro & Loopers.

Check out a clip of Dyro spinning at Laidback Luke’s Mixmash Pool Party during the Winter Music Conference at the National Hotel in Miami Beach!

Datilly Reviews The New Single From Kevin Doherty And Amba Shepherd – Lifeline

After a three-month hiatus, Datilly has officially relaunched, and is ready to take its place amongst the top electronic music blogs net. Offering the latest venue, event, and  track reviews Datilly is one stop destination for all things EDM. Check out Datilly’s review of  the new single Lifeline, from Kevin Doherty and vocalist Amba Shepherd,

“Radikal Records releases Lifeline, the debut single from UK dj/producer Kevin Doherty and Australian singer/songwriter Amba Shepherd. The simultaneous release of multiple diverse remixes with a combination of pulse pumping bass and dreamlike vocals give the listener that feel good feeling and a euphoric heaven like sensation. This track is a must download and  will surely be on your summer playlist. Keep your eyes closed and your ears open, Lifeline will be a single featured in a many dj sets as we head through spring and into summer. The new single is available now on iTunes, Beatport and the official Radikal Records website. Enjoy!”

Bombs Away’s Super Soaker Is ElecktroDaily’s 2AM Track Of The Week

ElecktroDaily is a blog that will take you behind the turntables into the lives of the DJ, sharing their passion for the music, while giving fans an all access backstage pass. The blog recently featured The Phetsta Remix of  Bombs Away’s summer anthem Super Soaker as the 2am Track Of The Week.

“It was a wild Miami Music Week for Elektro and being at all the pool parties inspired this Friday’s “2am Track of the Week” – It is Phetsta’s crazy remix of Bombs Away “Super Soaker”.

Schiller And Nadia Ali’s Try Remixes Are Featured In Aerial Noise

aerial noise is an online MP3 music project independently promoting electro, disco, disco-house, and funk music. Their goal is to have something new or old queued up every night so you can start your morning off with what had us dancing yesterday. The blog recently featured the Thomas Gold and Jerry Ropero + Stefan Gruenwald remixes of Schiller and Nadia Ali’s hit Try. Check out audio the review below!

Perfection happens when two remarkable partnerships come together to make that all important skilful record. Out for a while and still turning heads & pulling on new found ears, these remixes by Jerry Ropero, Stefan Gruenwald & Thomas Gold – respectively; are certain to set on fire any 2012 WMC party looming – as well for the all important Iberian footholds soon approaching. Two remixes; which are still worth their weight in Schiller & Nadia Ali gold.

Chinkong And Karina’s Single High Up Gets Europopped

Europopped is a Europop blog by an American appreciator of all things Eurozone. The blog recently featured Chinkong and Karina’s new single High Up! Check out the review and the D’Lebedev Moscow remix, below.

Everyone wants to get high acros the Atlantic lately. Or at least “high up,” as Russia’s Chin Kong (seriously that’s his rather memorable name) and Karina Koks might say. The pair just debuted their video for “High Up” and it’s looking pretty good this morning. As far as I can tell this is new-ish DJ/producer Chin Kong’s international coming out party as a solo name of note. I wrote about him last year when he appeared alongside DJ Smash – But now he’s raising his profile with a tune (in English) with Karina Koks, another talent from Russia I’ve touched on, most notably via her association with DJ M.E.G. Together, Chin and Karina have crafted a catchy tune.

The DCup Remix Is The Beat Blog’s Favorite Remix Of Sam La More’s Paradise

The Beat Blog is a music blog that exists for the purpose of the advancement of electronic dance music and it’s relatives, so that one day it may reach its ultimate goal of world domination. Check The Beat Blog daily for the latest and greatest in Electronic Dance Music. The blog recently reviewed Sam La More’s Paradise. Having produced hits and remixes for the likes of  Empire of the Sun, Kaskade,  and Ladytron- Sam La More has become one of the most accomplished producers in Australia. Check out the review below as well as the Dcup remix, The Beat Blog’s favorite of the set.

“We previewed Sam La More’s “Paradise” a while back and now we finally have the full track and remixes available! Remixes from Hagenaar & Albrecht and Dcup give this beat a nice groove, and the original mix is on fire, I love it! Personally I think Dcup’s remix takes the cake, but you decide for yourself! Give em’ a listen…”

Earmilk’s Night Rumours Week 13 Features The Thomas Gold Remix Of Schiller And Nadia Ali’sTry

Earmilk is a music blog that “delivers music to the masses”. Since it’s beginnings, the site has been on the forefront of breaking up-and-coming artists in Electro, Indie, Dubstep, House, Reggae, Rap, and Experimental. Each week Earmilk delivers “Night Rumours”, a collection of their favorite EDM track. Night Rumours – It’s what keeps you up at night. From the basement to the bright lights – you’re here today because you love dance music and want a little more wamp. Hitting Electro, EDM, Techno and back — every week, Amperror (aka electblake) will bring you the next wave of floor burners. It’s not a sundae, it’s a massacre.”

Week 13 featured the seductive vocals of Nadia Ali on Try. The Thomas Gold edit off the Try Remixes took the internet by storm.  Click here for the original article and set list – which includes Hardwell, Skrillex, Benny Benassi, Boyz Noize, Diplo and more!

The Thomas Gold Remix Of Schiller And Nadia Ali Try Is Featured In Vacay Wave

Vacay Wave is an electronic dance music blog covering the global electronic music scene, including genres such as dubstep, house, electro, electronica, dance, moombahton, nu disco, indie, minimal, and techno. The blog featured the Thomas Gold remix of Schiller & Nadia Ali’s hit Try as a Monday Morning Banger with fellow artists – Jean Elan, Chris Lake & Michael Woods, Tocadisco, and Jean Reyea.

“Some people like to start their day off slowly. Crawling out of bed and performing mindless repetitive tasks to prepare for the day. First the shower, then breakfast and coffee to get them going.  I on the other hand, set my alarm for the last possible second, throw on the first clean thing I see, hop into my car and queue up a nutritious serving of house music vitamins. Here are a few of the tracks that thoroughly rock my ears before a long day at the office.”

Schiller Featuring Nadia Ali – Try (Thomas Gold Mix) by Radikal Records