We’re back with another new episode ofAxis! This week’s episode is mixed by one of the fastest rising stars in electronic music. While only 20 years old, Dyro has already made a major name for himself. He recently released the hugely popular “Top Of The World” on Afrojack’s Wall Recordings and has a much anticipated remix of Dada Life‘s “Feed The Dada” (which he has included exclusively on this mix) coming out soon. With support from Hardwell, David Guetta, Afrojack and Fedde Le Grand we’re sure it won’t be long before we see this talented young Dutchman playing the main stage alongside them. Without further delay, we’re very excited to present you with Dyro’s guest mix on Dancing Astronaut’s Axis.
Allow us to present you with the 15th episode of Dancing Astronaut’sAxis! This week we have a fantastic mix from one of our favorite Aussie producers. Hook N Sling makes his Axis debut in a big way with a whole host of exclusive edits and unreleased tracks. Exclusively for Dancing Astronaut readers, Hook N Sling includes his soon to be released collaboration with Nervo, as well as his upcoming “Felise.” Trust us when we say that you do not want to miss this episode of Axis! Click past the break for full track listing.
This week Dancing Astronaut is bringing you a very special edition of Axis. Jared’s mix features some of the biggest tracks of the moment and is followed up by an absolutely insane exclusive mini mix from Dim Mak’s hooded duo, South Central. Click past the break to read more.
Dancing Astronaut is back with a brand new episode of Axis! Deniz Koyu takes to the decks for Episode 013 and delivers one of our favorite mixes to date. Luckily for you, the production genius behind “Bong” and “Turn It” pulls out all the stops for his debut Axis guest mix. Deniz not only incorporates some seriously cool, original bootlegs, but also includes his unreleased single, “Follow You,” featuring Wynter Gordon. Trust us when we say this mix is exactly what you need to jumpstart your weekend in a big way!
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Eric Prydz’ assault on America with Identity Festival and some other special shows is just a few weeks away, and he has just released another episode of his EPIC podcast giving us even more music to look forward to. Much like the first episode of the show, Prydz keeps it to mainly his own productions, peppering the hour-long mix with various ID tracks and a few selections from other artists. Despite just releasing his Eric Prydz Presents Pryda album, the new material shows that Pryda isn’t anywhere near slowing down — and hopefully if his first US tour goes over well, we’ll be able to get him back for another one. It’s borderline offensive that the only show he’s playing in New York is Identity Fest, is it not?
It’s been a little while since we’ve had a new episode of Axis, but Jared F is back with episode 10 just in time for your trip to EDC. This one has plenty of festival fire power, and we’re pretty sure that if you’re heading to Vegas this weekend, you’re bound to hear most of these tracks at least once. Click past the break for more.
There is a staggering fact about Pierce Fulton that sets him apart from most of the rising stars within the EDM community. At 20 years of age, this talented DJ/producer not only maintains a hectic touring schedule, but also balances a full course load at the University of Vermont. Now being featured on Tiesto’s Club Life Radio channel, Pierce brings his unique style and taste for music to the masses. “Get Weird” starts off with Joris Voorn’s tech house anthem “Goodbye Fly,” followed by an eclectic selection of tracks including two new Pryda productions, “Javlar” and “SW4,” Alex Metric’s incredibly funky “Rave Weapon,” and Mat Zo’s stand-out hit “Bipolar.”
With the abundance of new music and talent on the EDM landscape, DJs have turned to podcasts as a way to display their newest works and the works of those they support. Joining the likes of Avicii and Sebastian Ingrosso, who recently launched their own radio shows, Eric Prydz unveils EPIC Radio. Starting this Friday, the mix will feature brand new tracks from the Pryda camp, unreleased bootlegs, private remixes and lots more.
To many die hard Pryda fans, this comes as great news. With a monthly radio show, some of the unreleased IDs that have piled up over the years could see the light of day. Check back here on Friday for a link to download.
If you have been following us here at Dancing Astronaut, then you have probably taken notice of our radio show Axis by now. You’ve also probably noticed that on Axis, we’ve featured guest mixes from some of the biggest names in EDM, including Swanky Tunes, R3hab, Robbie Rivera, and TheFatRat.
For our ninth episode, we’ve got 22 year old Arty in the mix, showcasing his trouse and big room stylings. He kicks off his Dancing Astronaut debut with his unreleased collab with BT and Nadia Ali, and includes massive tracks from Swedish House Mafia, Mat Zo, and Porter Robinson to name a few.
Our favorite Parisian DJ recently released the twelfth installment of his monthly podcast, Klosmania. Klosman begins the mix with a brand new bootleg, as he typically does with these mixes, combining Wolfgang Gartner’s “Redline” and Coldplay’s “Every Tear Drop is a Waterfall” acappella. The remainder is a smooth succession of big tracks, featuring “1234″, “Electro Dude”, and Dirty South’s remix of “Devil’s Work”.