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David Akermanis And DJ Endgame Feature Marc van Linden’s Gotta Let You Go In Vital Radio’s Episode 160

In 2011 David Akermanis teamed up with Dj Endgame to form the duo, Speedboats and Big Explosions. They each took-over Vital Radio Episode 160, playing 30 minute sets  of their favorite songs of 2011. David Akermanis chose Gotta Let You Go, the sultry ballad from Amanda Wilson and Marc van Linden, as one of his top picks of 2011. Click here to download the full set, which includes artists – The Cube Guys, Chris Lake, and DJ Chus. You can click here to purchase Gotta Let You Go (a remake of the Dominica classic) or to stream additional remixes from Manuel Baccano, CJ Stone, and more!  Read more…

Ministry of Sound’s Electro House Sessions 4 Features Sam La More’s Paradise


Australian DJ/Producer Sam La More was featured twice on Ministry Of Sound’s Electro House Session 4 album. The compilation was mixed by DJs Rob Pix and Timmy Trumpet and features the biggest Electro House hits from 2011 including the original mix of Paradise, Sam La More’s collaboration with vocalist Liam Gerner. Check out the interview and preview of the compilation below and Rob Pix’s own remix of Paradise.


Ministry of Sound – Electro House Sessions Mini Mix by TimmyTrumpet
Sam La More – Paradise (Rob Pix Remix) by Radikal Records

For Additional Remixes Of Paradise Visit:

http://www.radikal.com/2011/10/04/sam-la-more-paradise/

Thomas Gold’s Xclusive December Chart Features His Remix Of Schiller’s Try Featuring Nadia Ali

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/