Bimbo Jones & Beverly Knight’s banger, “I Found Out (Looney B Remix)” has been featured on Boat Shoes and Beats! Here’s what the dapper gentlemen over there had to say:
“The intro to this song is unreal ! Looney B’s remix to ‘I Found Out’ is a real party-starter and will have you up on your feet. I am a sucker for uplifting synths and this progressive house remix has them….ENJOY!”
You can check out the full post here, and be sure to download your copy of the insane remix here!
Sending over a big thank you to our friends over at FreshNewTracks.com for featuring Salt Ashes “Somebody (Cruelty Remix)!” Here’s what they had to say:
“Last week I featured Satin Jackets’ latest remix of Salt Ashes’ “Somebody,” a nu-disco rendition of the synth-pop record, well this week having that tune on repeat on my SoundCloud, I couldn’t help but love the Cruelty remix of “Somebody” as well, which adds a funky touch to the original. I know I’m a month late with this one, but this track is by far underrated, and with the current exposure “Somebody” is getting, there’s no doubt this record deserves a revisit and a feature! This is a must listen and a must download!”
You can check out the full post here, and download your copy of Salt Ashes “Somebody (Cruelty Remix)” here!
The lovely Ayah Marar stopped by the KTU Studio in NYC yesterday to speak with Hollywood Hamilton and Bartel! viagra tablets The Unstoppable Ayah is in the states for her first-ever US tour to promote her album, “The Real,” and will be hitting up venues all over the east coast until November 30th.
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?!
Don’t even pretend that you’re not at least curious as to how this will turn out. 12-time Grammy nominees’ frontman, Marcus Mumford, recently told Style Magazine that they will explore the electronic side of music on their next album, while still doing “whatever feels soulful.” While going electronic would mark a huge shift in the overall sound of the group, who are known for bring folk rock into the mainstream, they would not be the first artists to do so. Ever since dance music started to take over America, everyone from Nicki Minaj to Taylor Swift have given it a try, and have been mostly commercially successful. What do you all think? Will this be a smash hit or a total flop?
It’s that time of week again: Throwback Thursday! This week, we’re bringing back one of Schiller’s greatest club/dance hits from years back that is still being spun today. The only thing we ask of you: don’t sit back and relax, get up and start dancing!
The lineup for Asia’s Future Music Festival have finally been announced, and it’s fantastic! The festival will be spanning over he two days of March 15th & 16th 2013. The first day will be devoted entirely to Armin van Buuren’s “A State Of Trance 600: The Expedition World Tour,” and will feature top acts that will be announced at a later date. The second day will showcase some of the biggest names in EDM right now at the “Warrior Arena,” such as Zeds Dead, Feed Me, Kill The Noise, and Borgore, with The Prodigy headlining, and Psy being featured as a special guest! The other stage will feature Fun. Bloc Party, The Temper Trap, and Rudimental. Make sure to check out the complete lists of artists above!
Have a rager that you need music for? No worries, party kings Bombs Away are featured on Beatport! You can now hear your favorite remixes and originals anywhere, anytime, and never again have a musical slump during whatever insane bash you’re having! Check out the amazing tracks here, and make sure to not forget your “swagger!”
Elektro magazine, one of the most influentially informative magazines of EDM, takes you behind the turntables into the lives of the numerous DJs and artists, sharing the passion behind the music and giving fans an all access backstage pass. Recently, Elektro found out about Apollo 440′s return and decided to review their new album, The Future’s What It Used To Be. They believe the pioneers managed to keep their strong, original Electro-Rock roots intact within an explosive demand for EDM.
But don’t just take our word for it! Check out the actual review at the Elektro website.