Pryda is back with episode number five of his stunning monthly podcast, Epic Radio. As we’ve noticed in the past, Epic Radio has quickly become the go-to for those of us drooling for Eric Prydz, Pryda, Pryda Friends, Cirez D,Tonja Holma exclusives, private edits, and new IDs. Unlike many of the typical podcasts out there, Epic Radio is always like a mini album release from this Swedish heavyweight. This newest episode has not one, not two, but three ID tracks. It’s totally signature Pryda, but it’s a sound of that we do not tire. The mix also highlights a track of which we’ve been waiting to hear more, Pryda’s “Sol (Everyday of My Life” with Dajae, a new Pryda cut called “Clapham,” and a Eric Prydz dub of Calvin Harris’s ever-popular “Flashback.” He also throws in a new Fehrplay single entitled “I Can’t Stop It.” Enjoy this one, we sure did.
The fourth installment of Trashed Radio has been released, boasting a keen track selection from the prolific Aussie. Bodacious bootlegs such as “Reload vs. Eyes” and “Walking on a Dream vs. After (Tommy Trash Remix)” pervade the mix. Tommy Trash also includes a slew of unreleased originals such as “Truffle Pig” and his forthcoming collaboration with A-Trak, “Tuna Melt.” Download the podcast for free from iTunes and click past the break for the full tracklist.
Pierce Fulton returns with the latest episode of his highly-acclaimed Get Weird radio show. This time around, Pierce is joined on the road by the legendary Wolfgang Gartner and Kindergarten Records wunderkind, Popeska who lend their voices to this Love and War themed mix. Once again touting his impeccable ear for choice tunes, Pierce showcases tracks from Roman d’Amour, TEED, Save the Robot, and Skunk Anansie. As always, it is yet another brilliantly crafted mix from the young DJ/Producer, whose latest Sink or Swim EP has firmly established him as a true rising star in dance music today. There are countless podcasts and radio shows to choose from but only a select few as interesting and dynamic as the Get Weird radio show.
Listen after the break.
Here at Dancing Astronaut we’ve gotten to know dBerrie for his melodic, hands-up remixes of tracks like “Somebody That I Used to Know,” “Titanium,” and “Work Hard Play Hard,” and this week he’s giving the 23rd episode of Axis a major jolt of energy. The New York native’s 40-minute mix features tracks from John Dahlback, Cedric Gervais, and Lucky Date, as well as three of his own originals and even a couple tracks you may not know. It’s an eclectic mix of big room and electro house that we know you’re going to love, so give it a listen, add it to your iTunes, and get ready to party.
Once again it’s Sunday, and that means an all new episode of Together We Are. This week Arty returns to the decks with mix that would destroy any stage: he starts things off light with trance track “Capetown” by Bluestone, before venturing into harder tracks like South Central’s remix of “The Feeling” and Deadmau5 & Wolfgang’s “Channel 42.” As always, Arty is not bound to a single genre and creates a graceful flow between the entire set. If you’re just looking to relax today with some great music, make sure to download and check out the full track list below.
Dancing Astronaut Radio is back with another installment of Axis, mixed this week by our very own EEKO.
Episode 21 is full of brand new, main stage bangers from a virtual who’s who of top-tier talent, including: David G
uetta, Afrojack, Wolfgang Gartner, and more. With a tracklist like this one, there isn’t much that needs to be said. Simply plug in, turn up the volume, and get down to some of the hottest new tracks from EDM’s biggest names. Click past the break for the tracklisting.
After a long summer with historic shows at Santa Monica Civic and Radio City Music Hall, Avicii and Ash have reunited in Stockholm to bring us the latest installment of their Levels podcast. After a two month hiatus since the last one, Levels #007 returns with the same Avicii sound we’re accustomed to with a few modernized track selections. His collaboration with Mike Posner, “Stay With You,” gives us a look at what’s coming up for Tim while tracks like the Wankelmut remix of “One Day / Reckoning Song” and Dog Blood’s “Next Order” keep the mix fresh.
After Avicii wraps things up by digging in the crates for his collaboration with John Dahlback under the Jovicii moniker, Steve Aoki closes out the mix with a few remixes from his Wonderland album. Aoki’s high-energy blend of grinding electro and playful bleeps are magnified by remixes from Moguai, Mustard Pimp, and Laidback Luke.
Spend an hour of your day listening to the mix and head over to iTunes to download your copy for free. Check out the tracklist after the break.
We’re back with the latest installment of Dancing Astronaut’s Axis! This week we’re bringing you Denmark’s number one ranked DJ, Morten Breum, a name that you’ll probably be seeing a lot more stateside in the coming months. He has several huge tracks coming out in the next few months including his dual effort with BetatraXx on “Get Static” and a massive collaboration with Axwell. His mix for the 19th episode of Axis is packed full of exclusive previews and unreleased tracks. Listen to Morten’s fantastic mix below and click after the break for the full tracklisting.
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Suffering from Electric Zoo withdrawal? Well we have good news. You can listen to all of your favorite artists again in our special Electric Zoo themed episode of Axis. This fantastic three hour mix features at least one track from every artist who performed at the festival. With over seventy tracks that range from dubstep to house to trance and everything in between, the mix is a perfect demonstration of the range and scope of modern electronic music. It is the perfect way to relive the festival and recall the amazing experience you had with your friends. Click after the break for the tracklist.