Dannic is a name that, by now, you’ve surely heard. Between his cleverly crafted mashups and high-energy productions, his success has come as no surprise. With his star only continuing to rise, we’re ecstatic to have him behind the decks for our 36th installment of Axis on Dancing Astronaut Radio.
Over the past year, Dannic has received support from dance music elite Tiesto and Hardwell, released tracks on Cr2, Revealed, and Toolroom Recordings, and remixed some of the years biggest tracks, including Nicky Romero and Nervo’s “Like Home,” and Arty, Nadia Ali, and BT’s “Must Be The Love.” This Dutch DJ/producer certainly proves that he’s a jack of all trades in his Dancing Astronaut debut, as every track in Episode 36 is either a Dannic mashup, bootleg, remix, or original. In fact, there’s even an exclusive “Axis Mashup” thrown in there too. Tracklist after the break.
Dancing Astronaut Radio is back this week with some hands-up tunes from some down under DJs. We’ve got the Stafford Brothers in the mix, making their Dancing Astronaut debut on our 31st installment of Axis. For more information and a complete tracklist, jump past the break.
Indie dance takes over this week’s episode of Axis, as New York-based duo The Knocks make their Dancing Astronaut Radio debut. For more, jump past the break.
It’s that time of the week again—when Dancing Astronaut Radio provides you with your weekend playlist via a brand new episode of Axis.
This week, our very own EEKO is in the mix, serving up a virtual “who’s who” of current dance tunes, including seven of his hand-crafted bootlegs and edits. With over 30 tracks crammed into just 80 minutes, Episode 29 is a high-energy adventure that is sure to keep you on your feet. For a complete tracklisting, click past the break.
Here at Dancing Astronaut, we strive to bring you the best of all things dance music. That’s why this week’s episode of Axis features not one, but two top-notch DJs—Robbie Rivera and Lucky Date. While Robbie is no stranger to Dancing Astronaut Radio, hosting our fourth episode back in March, Lucky Date is making his Axis debut with his signature blend of electro house. For more, click past the break.
It goes without saying — “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” is a classic piece of music.
In its 45 years since being released it has sat atop the Billboard charts, been covered by some of the biggest names in the music industry, and forever entrenched itself in American culture. With such a rich history, it was only a matter of time before it got the EDM remix treatment. Enter San Francisco funky house duo, WhiteNoize.
For their debut release on Ultra Records, WhiteNoize has taken Inner Life’s 1981 rendition, and infused it with their signature funky house bass line and feel-good disco vibes, giving it an upbeat, bouncy feel that we absolutely love.
“Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” is the first of five remixes that the duo will be releasing on Ultra, so if you like what you hear, make sure to keep an eye out for more WhiteNoize in 2013.
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