The Swanky Tunes bring us our 34th episode of our beloved Dancing Astronaut podcast. This Russian team has an uncanny ability to keep rushing up the DJ rankings with a full head of steam with release after release. “The Legend” has been one of the most prominent tracks in 2012 and they include numerous hits from other great artists throughout the episode. Give it a listen and tell us what you think in the comments below!
1. Swanky Tunes, Matisse & Sadko – The Legend (Original Mix) / Refune
2. Tommy Trash – Cascade (Original Mix) / PinkStar
3. David Guetta feat. Sia – Titanium (Alesso Remix) / F**k Me I’m Famous
4. Jay Adams & Stromberg – Thaibox (Original Mix) / Promo
5. Matisse & Sadko – Amulet (Original Mix) / Pilot 6 Recordings (Armada)
6. Hardwell – Spaceman (Original Mix) / Reveal Recordings
7. Michael Brun – Dawn (Hardwell Edit) / Reveal Recordings
8. R3hab, Swanky Tunes, Hard Rock Sofa feat Max’C - Sending My Love (Afrojack Edit) / Wall Recordings
9. Tommy Trash – Monkey See Monkey Do (Nom De Strip remix) / Rising Music
10. Pedro Henriques feat. Giuseppe Viola – Spread The Love (Digital Lab Remix) / Smash The House
11. Zedd – Slam The Door (Original Mix) / OWSLA
12. Fedde Le Grand & Nicky Romero – Freaky (Original Mix) / Free Gift
13. Afrojack – Vancouver (Original Mix) / Wall Recordings
It may have been Calvin Harris’ birthday party to celebrate at Surrender Vegas Saturday night, but the club has just released the entire set as part of its Surrender Podcast series. We were lucky enough to be there on the ground to see the celebration live, and the vibe in the club was completely insane. The line snaked almost all the way out of the hotel, and the entire front part of the club had to be barricaded off because there were so many wild, screaming fans.
We won’t spoil the entire hour and forty minute mix, but we can tell you there was an awesome bootleg of “Kick Out The Epic Motherfucker” with Fatboy Slim’s “Praise You,” and the always enjoyable R3hab remix of “Bounce.” Click the link below to get your listen on, and don’t forget to subscribe and check out past episodes. You know the saying: What happens in Vegas… ends up on the Internet.
Sebastian ”Coucheron“ is about to put Asker, Norway on the map in a big way. Now 17 years old, Coucheron started playing drums, guitar, and piano at the early age of 10, forming his first rock band in the process. Although he began tinkering with production 3 years ago, he was never a fan of EDM until 2010, at which point he began DJ’ing.
In his words, “I figured I had to start at some point”. Influenced by modern day staples such as Deadmau5, Wolfgang Gartner, and Daft Punk.
But it was German duo Spencer & Hill who really first got him into electronic music, and he is still very inspired by their sound to this day. This is quite evident in Coucheron’s debut self-titled EP on Big Beat Records featuring original tracks “Outrageous” and “Speed Me Up”. With the original version already at almost a half million YouTube views, “Outrageous” has become a bit of a phenomenon. This new version has big melodic synths leading to a squelchy break of epic proportions. Second track on the release “Speed Me Up” is another electro monster with infectious claps and a huge bassline throughout.
Coucheron’s debut self-titled EP is being released on Beatport on December 27th by Big Beat / Atlantic Records. This amazing, young music prodigy is on a major rise in the EDM. Get his EP and keep your eyes peeled for more Coucheron on his Soundcloud coming soon!
This episode of Dancing Astronaut Radio is mixed by our good friends PeaceTreaty. The boys went all out on this exclusive podcast, loading it with several unreleased bangers, including new R3hab and Steve Aoki remixes. PeaceTreaty ties everything together with their own originals, edits, and remixes capping it off with their monster remix of “GO”.
Tom Tyger, a lesser-known but equally talented companion of both Swanky Tunes and Hard Rock Sofa, released today the latest installment of his solid Kronos District podcast. It’s chock full of the latest hits with unreleased gems nestled everywhere in between. High points include the Swanky Tunes remix of Dada Life’s “Happy Violence” and the Peace Treaty re-work of “Go.”
This episode of Dancing Astronaut Radio is mixed by our good friend Morgan Page. With over 130 remixes to his name, this Grammy-nominated producer showed no signs of slowing down in 2011. Though we’ve seen quite a bit of him this year, Page’s biggest was undoubtedly “In The Air,”a monstrous collaboration with Sultan, Ned Shepard, and BT. This stunning tune serves as the opening track to what I can only describe as one of our best podcasts to date.
. The young DJ is putting together a solid resume spinning some of the hottest clubs in New York and Miami, as well as working with the likes of Steve Aoki and Jay-Z. Known for his high energy, Jacomino’s mix isn’t for the faint of heart.
This episode of Dancing Astronaut Radio is mixed by Canadian DJs Dzeko&Torres. The young duo is quickly on the rise, having already gathered support from artists like Chuckie, Mark Mendes, Jus Jack and many more. Residing out of Toronto, the two look set for international prominence as they aim to leave their mark for years to come.
The two started their career in 2009 and their accolades have led to numerous dj gigs in and around Ontario, making them a home town favourite with promoters and fans. Their first Beatport release came via Mark Mendes’ Starter Records, and became a staple in local clubs and radio shows. The pair headed straight back to the studio to work their magic, following soon after with original releases on Dirty Dutch and CR2 records, and remixes for Jus Jack on Moda records.
The duo is currently in the works of several original releases as well as many collaborations with respected artists. Along with their current work, Dzeko&Torres have upcoming releases on CR2, Joia Records, and Dim Mak. Having found a sound that works for them, these two youngsters look prepared and ready to become a staple in the electronic music world.
After an impressive string of recent releases and remixes – the infectious “Happy Violence” and their super-powered remix of “Big Bad Wolf,” to name a couple – the boys of Dada Life keep the party going in their most recent podcast. The tracklist includes Dada’s own tracks, not to mention DA favorites like Tommy Trash‘s “Alive” remix and Bingo Players’ “Rattle.” Take a listen below and subscribe to Dada’s podcast on iTunes.
This episode of Dancing Astronaut Radio is mixed by Defected Records’ Ray Foxx. His release of “The Trumpeter” is one of Dancing Astronaut’s favorite tunes of the year. The eclectic mix includes a variety of soulful funk, underground electro, and notable house favorites. Keep on the lookout for more Ray Foxx tunes coming soon (and the tracklist after the break)!