Salt Ashes has been climbing the DJ National Club Charts with her hit “If You Let Me Go.” Salt Ashes comes in at number one on the Most Added Dance/Crossover Tracks beating out Gorgon City F/ Jennifer Hudson, Mark Ronson Bruno Mars, and Mary J Blige. She also comes in at the number 24 spot on the National Crossover Pool Chart. Salt Ashes is in good company on the National Crossover Pool Chart with artists such as Calvin Harris, Alesso, David Guetta, and Jessie J.
You can find a full list of the DJ Times charts in DJ Times Magazine. The DJ Times National Club Charts were complied as of January 9th. The charts are current and are complied exclusively for DME inc for DJ Times Magazine.
It’s every EDM fanatic’s absolute fantasy and worst nightmare combined: who to see this New Year’s Eve?! In the NYE party capital, New York City, Afrojack, Dada Life, Armin van Buuren, Pretty Lights, and many more tearing it up, while the west coast is set to be rocked by an insane lineup of DJs playing the “White Wonderland Festival.” The EDM Gods haven’t forgotten about Miami, which will be entertained by Kaskade, Calvin Harris, Nervo, Alesso, Tiesto, and Steve Angello, along with Detroit being rocked by Skrillex and Dog Blood. So let us know: which one of these amazing shows will YOU be attending?!
Sebastian Ingrosso‘s Refune Radio returns with its fourth installment of murderous dance floor killers.This electronic eargasm features explosive releases from Dirty South, Dyro, Qulinez, and Porter Robinson. Listen as Ingrosso discuses his admiration for Deniz Koyu, one of his favorite producers. Ingrosso praises Koyu‘s ability to produce songs with, “Good vibe(s) and groovy stuff, not just jumping up and down with your hand in the air.”
Tune in as Ingrosso takes you on a ride through the top tracks from around the world. You can download and subscribe to Refune Radio on iTunes!
01. Henrik B feat. Rudy – Leave A Light On (NO_ID Remix) [Axtone]
02. David Guetta & Nicky Romero – Metropolis [Jack Back] w/ Bingo Players – L’Amour [Hysteria] (Alesso Bootleg)
03. Deniz Koyu – Bong [Refune]
04. Miike Snow – Devil’s Work (Dirty South Remix) [Phazing]
05. Buy Now – For Sale [Superstar]
06. Qulinez – Troll (Original Mix vs. Sick Individuals Remix) [Size]
07. Dyro & Jacob van Hage – EMP [Smash The House] (Sebastian Ingrosso ‘New York’ Bootleg)
08. Nari & Milani – Atom [Size] w/ Leave The World Behind (Acappella) [Axtone] (Steve Angello Cut)
09. Pryda – Allein [Virgin]
10. Alesso feat. Matthew Koma – Years (Vocal Mix) [Refune]
11. Porter Robinson – Language [Big Beat]
12. Swedish House Mafia – Greyhound [EMI]
Congratulations are in order for DJ/Production duo Bombs Away on their release Super Soaker becoming a gold record in their native Australia! With such a success they are preparing for their up-coming performance at Creamfields, Melbourne this weekend. Bombs Away will be sharing a stage with some of the biggest names in EDM (Above & Beyond, David Guetta, & Alesso). They have recently added drummer Matt Mcguire to their live performances. We are stoked to see how this new addition will transform their live sets.
Check out Matt Mcguire’s cover of Pendulum’s Watercolour.
Since its emergence on the scene in 1998, Creamfields has become a top electronic music festival with events in the UK (where it originated), Abu Dhabi, Peru, Portugal, Poland, Central Europe, Mexico, Poland, Chile, Brazil, Spain – and now Australia.
In its humble beginnings in 1998, 25,000 people gathered in Winchester to celebrate their favorite names in dance music. Now, the festival has the capacity to hold 80,000 attendees. This is the perfect festival for anyone who is into the rave scene, clubbing, or EDM.
Aussie DJ/Production duo Bombs Away will light up Creamfields Australia’s Main Room. This all-star lineup includes veteran acts Dirty South, Above & Beyond, David Guetta, Shockone, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Tritonal, and Alesso. Check out the set times for the April 28th Melbourne edition of Creamfields!
Colombian DJ, Jeisson Forero, recently released the compilation Gloating House Vol. 17, a live mix of the biggest names in dance music. It’s of no surprise this mix features the Rob Pix Remix of the ethereal indie dance hit Paradise from Australian DJ/Producer Sam La More. Jession’s set also includes commercial dance tracks from Afrojack, Alesso, Martin Solveig, and more. Check out Paradise at the 1:10 mark!
In three short years Thomas Gold has built an impressive back catalog. On top of his solo releases, his remix work has been so successful that today his credits read like the who’s who of the global dance scene. His remix of Schiller and Nadia Ali’s Try has dominated mix shows and dance floors alike. Now his Xclusive Chart features Try as one of his favorites of December. Visit 808 Music for the complete set list featuring Dirty South, Alesso, and more! – http://888music.com/va-thomas-gold-xclusive-december-chart/