Gotta Dance Dirty is an electronic music blog that covers Dubstep, Techno, and Drum & Bass releases. They also cover events in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Colorado, London, and Miami. The Dirt is a weekly chart featuring the best mixes of the week. #27 is a “not-too-heavy-not-too-light-just-right version” of The Dirt. This chart includes the Dcup remix of Sam La More’s Paradise – along with tracks from Vega, Cassius, Teenage Bad Girl, and more.
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The Beat Blog is a music blog that exists for the purpose of the advancement of electronic dance music and it’s relatives, so that one day it may reach its ultimate goal of world domination. Check The Beat Blog daily for the latest and greatest in Electronic Dance Music. The blog recently reviewed Sam La More’s Paradise. Having produced hits and remixes for the likes of Empire of the Sun, Kaskade, and Ladytron- Sam La More has become one of the most accomplished producers in Australia. Check out the review below as well as the Dcup remix, The Beat Blog’s favorite of the set.
“We previewed Sam La More’s “Paradise” a while back and now we finally have the full track and remixes available! Remixes from Hagenaar & Albrecht and Dcup give this beat a nice groove, and the original mix is on fire, I love it! Personally I think Dcup’s remix takes the cake, but you decide for yourself! Give em’ a listen…”
Off The Radar is a music blog that has become a main source for the newest and most cutting edge music from Indie and Electronic artists. Back in February On The Radar featured Sam La More’s Paradise describing the track as, “A great housey dance track that will surely light up many dance floors on fire.” The ethereal sound and contagious melody of Paradise garnered the track a spot on Off The Radar’s Favorite Singles Of 2011. Paradise is in great company with some of the biggest singles of the year from artists M83, Neon Indian, Foster The People, Summer Camp, and Radiohead. Continue reading for the original article and full track listing and additional links. Read more…
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.
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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!
The Male Model Music Projects Features some of the most in-depth interviews with the the most in demand artists in electronic music. The blog covered Sam La More’s history as one of the most accomplished electronic music producers in Australia as well as his new single Paradise. Continue to the full article for more. Read more…
Off The Radar is a music blog determined to become your source for cutting edge new music. The blog featured Sam La More’s Paradise, describing it as “A great housey dance track that will surely light up many dance floors on fire”. Read more…
Radikal Records announces the release of “Paradise” from veteran Australian producer Sam La More. “Paradise” seamlessly blends a gorgeous melody with club driven drums. With elements of Indie Dance and Nu Dsico, “Paradise” delivers an 80′s retro vibe that is reminiscent of Phil Collins.
Formally half of the electronic music duo, Tonight Only, More is best known for Tonight Only’s collaboration with Nelle Hooper for Gwen Stefani’s debut solo hit “What You Waiting For?”
Having produced hits and remixes for the likes of Gus Gus, Empire of the Sun, Kaskade, Ladytron, Sneaky Sound System, and The Black Eyed Peas, Sam La More has become one of the most accomplished producers in Australia.
The blissful psych-pop vocals are courtesy of 27 year-old singer/ songwriter Liam Gerner. With “Paradise” His gifted lyricism is perfectly matched with his youthful voice and soulful energy.
This package includes remixes from some of the biggest heavy weights in Australia’s club scene -Urchins, Hagenaar & Albrecht, Rob Pix and Dcup. The Mutiny remix extends the track and delivers a club anthem for House music lovers.
Sam La More is an electronic musician and has written, produced, mixed, remixed and performed his way around the world. Working with a range of predominantly electronic artists, La More has been responsible for shaping the electronic music scene and the careers of artists including Gwen Stefani, Empire of The Sun, Pnau, Sneaky Sound System, Darren Emerson (Underworld) and his own Tonite Only.
La More has toured his live and DJ shows throughout Australia, USA, Canada, New Zealand, UK, Japan, Lebanon and Europe. He regularly performs at festivals and clubs to as many as 20,000 people per show (Big Day Out 2010 & 2002, Future Music Festival 2010, stereosonic 2008 & 2007, Good Vibrations Festival 2005, Subliminal / Underwater 2004 and BBC Radio 1 Miami WMC 2003).
La More’s production can also be heard on multiple international number 1 records including Gwen Stefani’s debut solo hit “What You Waiting For”, Pnau’s self-titled 2007 album which he produced and co-wrote and the Potbelleez hit “Don’t Hold Back”, winner of Australia’s best dance song 2008 (Apra Awards).
La More’s remixes consistently top club charts in Australia and abroad, often becoming radio singles in their own right including those for Empire of The Sun, Bag Raiders, Sneaky Sound System, Lovers Electric, Kaskade, Miami Horror, Pnau, The Freestylers, Princess Superstar and Arthur Baker, Robbie Williams and Gus Gus. The remixes La More produced as Tonite Only include “Pictures” for Sneaky Sound System and “All this Love” for The Similou which dominated the number 1 spot in the ARIA club charts for a record six months of 2006.
La More has sold hundreds of thousands of DJ compilations including “Sessions”, various “Clubbers Guide”s, “In The Club” and “Mashed” for Ministry of Sound and “Pacha” (Australia / Ibiza).
Sam La More lives in Sydney, Australia but also works in London, Los Angeles and New York city.