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.
Acid Ted has a fantastic blog that plays some of the most unique dance music. Being a fan of Apollo 440, Acid Ted was amazed when we told him about their new album The Future’s What It Used To Be, and even more amazed after listening to it.
Check out Acid Ted’s review HERE.
Radikal Records announces the release of Gotta Let You Go from Berlin based DJ and producer Marc van Linden; best known for his summer club anthem I Like It.
Marc van Linden has already established himself as a superstar producer, creating a series of in demand hits and remixes. His new remake of Dominica’s 1994 house classic Gotta Let You Go comes in a fresh style, complete with the up-lifting vocals of Amanda Wilson.
A former member of The Freemasons, Wilson achieved chart topping success in 2005 with the single Love On My Mind. Always in great demand, she is quite simply known to fans and the industry as “The Voice”. She has made some of the biggest and best international dance anthems of the last decade, including FOUR official Top 40 UK chart hits. In addition, she regularly performs at some of the biggest and best clubs from Ibiza and Miami to Moscow and Sydney.
Gotta Let You Go is a dance-floor killer equipped with catchy vocals and pulsing beats perfect for any house music lover. The single is a crossover of electro, trance and progressive sounds. This package includes remixes by CJ Stone, David Puentez & Anthony Ross, Manuel Baccano, Jason Mill, Kofferboys & Andy Panthen, as well as Marc van Linden’s energetic club mix.
Phil Wilde is a name best known for the feel good club tracks that garnered his success in the 90s. His work with 2 Unlimited, resulting in 16 million albums sold, made him one of the most successful producers of our time. Driven by his passion for songwriting and production, Wilde has returned to the studio releasing his newest single Get Up and Dance. This playful house anthem is not only a fit for the clubs; its uplifting melody makes it the perfect soundtrack for summer. Read more…
In the late 1960′s, Italian singer-songwriter/actor/stand-up comedian, Enzo Jannacci, scored a massive pop hit in Italy with Vengo Anch’io No Tu No. You can watch one of his early Italian television performances HERE on YouTube. The song went on to become an Italian classic. Enzo, himself, recorded an updated version of the song in 2006. This updated version was then heard by Ma.Da., an Italian DJ and producer who later decided to team up with Stolfi & Kina’, a duo of Italian producers, and together they remade a version of the song that’s both modern and classic with a sound similar to Yolanda Be Cool’s We No Speak Americano. No self-respecting guido DJ should be without this track, especially those playing along the Jersey Shore. Read more…