All posts tagged electro

JogTunes Previews Apollo 440′s New Album, The Future’s What It Used To Be

JogTunes is an indie podcast with a mission to promote the unique blend of music and exercise by matching the tempo of the music to the pace of the workout. Fortunately they came across the fast-pace, Electro-rock sound of Apollo 440′s new album The Future’s What It Used To Be, and featured it in their podcast.

Check out there Apollo 440 podcasts episode HERE, and feel free to work out to it!

AudioPorn Features Apollo 440′s Album The Future’s What It Used To Be

The AudioPorn Central is a music blog, dedicated to showing it’s viewers hot, sweaty, juicy sounds. Seeing that Apollo 440 new album The Future’s What It Used To Be qualified they featured the entire album on their blog, demanding that you “turn up the volume and RAWK.”

Check out the blog post HERE

 

Alfitude Reviews The Return Of Apollo 440

Alfitude is a new music blog featuring everything from grime to electro.The UK based blog is more interested where the music takes their readers, rather than where it’s coming from. The blog saw true talent in the new Apollo 440 release, The Future’s What It Used To Be. Alfitude feature the band’s incredible new single, A Deeper Dub while reminding fans of the legendary single, Stop The Rock.

Check out the awesome video, A Deeper Dub below and also be sure check out the original article on Alfitude.

Styles&Complete Remix Bombs Away’s Summer Anthem Super Soaker

Styles&Complete are a production duo from North Carolina. A-Styles and DJ Complete  infuse  Dirty South Hip Hop with their own unique brand of Electronic Music known as, “DirtySouthElectroSwag” . They were already featured on New Music Seminar’s “Top 100 Emerging Artists” list and received over 600k Soundcloud plays in their first year. To date, they have shared the stage with Steve Aoki, Datsik, Alvin Risk, The White Panda and The Deans List. Styles&Complete have unleashed a killed remix of Bombs Away’s international summer anthem, Super Soaker. Check out the mix below, and let us know what you think!

About.com Reviews Wicked Workout

Jochen Simms teamed up with Luciana on the new single, Wicked Workout. DJ Ron Slomowicz caught wind of the electro banger and reviewed the new release for About.com’s Dance/ Electronica column, featuring the track as the website’s “Song Of The Day“.

Great songs can be interpreted in different ways by the people listening to them. For “Wicked Workout,” the feisty new track from Jochen Simms, you could imagine Luciana as a clubber singing to a dj or as someone addressing their lover for some intimate interaction. However I don’t think it is a song aimed at a personal trainer (unless, of course, you live in GCB-land.) Rising Phonetic/Peace Bisquit talent Jochen Simms (remixer of Beyonce, Katy B, Cazwell) turned out an energetic electro stomper that breaks down into an almost ethereal 808 State “Cubik”-inspired groove before the electro noises kick in for an insane, erm, build up and climax. Miss Luciana is at her best when she is being playful and naughty over a sick electro track and lyrics like “Pump me a little bit harder, work me out a little bit longer, make me sweat” let you know that she is clearly in her element here. “Wicked Workout” was a definite highlight of Amsterdam Dance Event 2011 and is sure to be a massive hit on dance floors around the world. Watch for this one to explode from the spring into the summer.. now that would be a wicked workout..

Bombs Away – Creamfields Australia After Movie

This year, the iconic international festival known as Creamfields debuted in Australia and Bombs Away headlined the star studded event when it stopped in Melbourne. The heavy-hitters hit the stage with their collaborator and remixer, DJ Kronic and dropped their much loved original productions, Swagger and Super Soaker. A killer mash-up of dubstep, electro, and hip-hop sent the crowd into a frenzy in what is sure to go down as one of their best performances to date!

Boanghouse Interviews Lifeline Remixer, Dyro

Boanghouse recently featured an amazing interview with DJ/Producer, Dyro. Dyro recently remixed Kevin Doherty and Amba Shepherd’s single, Lifeline and the remix has become and internet sensation. In this interview Dyro discussed his production style and EDM  background. Check out this excerpt,
Jordy van Egmond, aka Dyro, is another supreme tal­ent the Dutch can lay claim to. In a lit­tle less than one year, the young­ster has exploded onto the scene with the help of fel­low Dutch­man, Hard­well, and of course, a knack for cre­at­ing down­right mas­sive tracks is a plus…The colos­sal energy and noise Dyro breathes into his pro­duc­tions are tak­ing the elec­tronic dance music scene by storm. In 2011, we saw a glimpse of what could be. In 2012, the young Dutch­man has built off of an already rock-solid foun­da­tion, expanded his reper­toire, and is primed for suc­cess as he con­tin­ues his assault on the EDM world.

Click HERE for the full interview and check out his monster remix of Lifeline, below.

Bombs Away’s New Compilation Tops The Aria Charts

International remix kings, Bombs Away, recently remixed a killer compilation for Ministry of Sound. Addicted to Bass 2012 debuted at #2 on Aria Compilation Chart. This collection of  House, Bassline, Dubstep, Drum & Bass, and Electro bombs features hits from Calvin Harris, Example, Laidback Luke, Gemini, & more! You can watch the album preview below and also be sure to check out Bombs Away’s hit singles Super Soaker and Swagger!

Joey Paranoia’s Mixtape Rain Or Shine Features Lifeline

DJ/ Producer Joey Paranoia has kept fans captivated with his amazing sets that feature multiple genres -everything from Hyphy, Electro, Dutch House, Moombahton, and Dubstep. In addition to sharing the main stage with artists such as Afrojack, Skrillex, Dada Life, Datsik, Dillion Francis, and Justin Martin,  Paranoia has also headlined major festivals including Electric Daisy Carnival and Starscape in 2011. His new mixtape, Rain Or Shine … It’s Summertime features the incredible new single from Kevin Doherty and Amba Shepherd, Lifeline. This massive mix also features tracks from Felix Cartel, Gemini, Sander van Doorn, and Dragonette. Be Sure to also check out Candybeats’ amazing interview with Paranoia where he discusses Tupac’s Coachella performance, EDM’s new-found popularity, and his advice for up-and-coming artists. 

Track List

Sub Focus -Out The Blue Laidback Luke Remix -Original Mix
Lucky Date -Six 16
Raven Maize – Fascinated_Alex Kenji Remix
DJ Icey – RIKRAK (Meaux Green Remix) Apr 9th on Zone
Felix Cartel – Triple Deke
Dragonette -Let it Go_Laidback Luke Remix
Gemini -Fire Inside
Clockwork -Squad Up
Felix Cartel – New Ivory – Higher
Sander Van Doorn – Chasin
Blatta & Inesha -Consign To Oblivion
Joey Paranoia – Winston Wolfe – Duckface
Coucheron – Outrageous
Nizzle -Now
Kevin Doherty -Lifeline Feat Amba Shepherd -Rocket Pimp Remix

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!”