A little while ago we brought you the preview for the Flux Pavilion and Doctor P collaboration “Superbad.” Today we’ve got the official video and in our opinion, its pretty damm cool. It’s a sort of Snatch meets Batman theme as the comic book versions of Flux and Doctor P cruise through the streets of 1976 London taking on crime. After ridding the city of several nefarious types, it culminates in a final showdown with The Guv’nor. Enjoy!
Known for their blissful style, the Norwegians Carl Louis and Martin Danielle released yet another soulful production. Much of the duo’s success followed the release of their “Little EP“ and incredible remix to “Just The Way You Are.” Coupled with Carl Louis and Martin Danielle’s beautiful vocals is a tremendously moving remix from Thomas Sagstad. Some of you may remember him from his powerful and awe-inspring remix of Morillo’s “Live Your Life.” Sagstad does an incredible job at infusing tracks with inspiring synths that are bound to take control over your emotions. We think Sagstad’s remix takes the original to a whole new level, comments?
Carl Louis & Martin Danielle – FiveAM (Original Mix)
Carl Louis & Martin Danielle – FiveAM (Thomas Sagstad Remix)
This holiday season, think of Dancing Astronaut as your helpful EDM elf… and Wantickets as the ultimate Santa Clau5. Wantickets is teaming up with a whole host of awesome sponsors to bring you the 12 Days of EDM competition, which will give away one mystery gift a day for 12 days, starting tomorrow. Prizes include an iPad 2, tickets to Deadmau5, Steve Angello, and Sidney Samson shows, headphones and earbuds from Soul Republic – the list goes on and on.
To win, “like” Wantickets on Facebook and fill out the entry form daily to enter each day’s drawing. You can also Tweet about the contest from the Facebook entry form for an extra chance to win. Winners will be drawn every day at 5 PM PST. ‘Tis the season… to win lots of free stuff. Good luck!
Showcasing tremendous productional capabilities, Pierce Fulton has given Chuckie and Gregor Salto’s “What Happens In Vegas” a much more cheerful twist than the original. Using only the vocals What happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas, the looming American producer discarded the original dutch sounds, and replaced them with a smooth buildup of string combinations and uplifting synths. With the mighty CR2 records signing Fulton’s excellent remix, things are definitely headed in the right direction for the young producer. After his impressive Stargazers story and his great success on his “Pardon My French EP,” Pierce Fulton is excitingly on his way to greater success.
Fareoh has now offered up two free bootlegs in the last week. This time, Fareoh mashes Alesso’s banger “Raise Your Head” with Guetta’s classic club anthem “Love Is Gone.” While the track basically just layers Chris Willis’ vocals over Alesso’s instrumental, it’s still a good one to add to your finals playlist.
For those of you having a case of the Mondays, Brazilian electro dynamos Felguk and Dirtyloud have teamed up to give you that much needed “Nudge” to make it through your day. With its dutchy bassline, glitchy drops, and big room build in the middle of the song, “Nudge” seems to run the gamut of EDM styles.
Although it’s tough to classify this track under any one genre, what we can tell you is that “Nudge” is a high-octane banger that definitely has the ability to start a party wherever it is played.
So, if coffee wasn’t enough to kickstart your Monday, head on over to Beatport, download this song, and we promise you’ll perk right up.
Felguk and Dirtyloud – Nudge (Original Mix)
Vandalism is back! Here is the official preview of the Aussie couple’s latest face melter “Insane.” Andy and Cassie Van know how to create some truly dirty electro and with remixes by Franz Novotny and Cold Blank we can’t wait for the full release. With a high pitched bleepy build and a drop that is designed to start a mosh pit, this is the type of aggressive electro we’ve come to expect from Vandalism. This track will be available in a couple of weeks, so stay tuned!
A lot has changed in the 10 years since the Tiesto released the original “Lethal Industry.” Thankfully, we have Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano to give this classic track the fresh paintjob it rightfully deserves.
With dance music’s recent ascent back into popular culture it only seems right that some of the past’s biggest tracks be brought back into the spotlight. SJ & RM do well in honoring the original by leaving much of it’s charm intact. By morphing it into a progressive house track with heavy bass and pulsating synths, it as if they dropped a brand new engine in their parent’s old Porsche.
Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano – Lethal Industry (Original Mix)
Everything King Midas touched turned to gold, and everything Dada Life touches gets covered in thick, sausage-flavored, electro grease. The Dada Life guys took Chuckie’s dirty dutch sound, smashed it through a meatgrinder, and neatly packaged it in the discarded intestines of the original mix. The grease here is so thick that you can almost feel your arteries clogging.
Pick up the 320 on Beatport — then go get some bloodwork done, because after one listen your triglycerides are going to be totally out of whack.
Chuckie – Who is Ready to Jump? (Dada Life Remix)
The brainchild of two fed up guys from Sweden, F.O.O.L. (Fuck Our Ordinary Lives) produces some of the darkest electro we have ever heard. Much darker than what we usually post, this remix of Antichrist’s “Night Shadow” is bone-shatteringly heavy. It’s the type of track that plays in the background of nightmares.
Grab the free download and check these guys out on SoundCloud.