David Guetta and Avicii’s new heater “Sunshine” gets a boost from Jonathon Mendelsohn’s vocals in Laidback Luke’s smasher “Till Tonight”. Who is Pixel Cheese you ask? 18 year old Dorian Tomasiak is a DJ/producer from Poland, you may be familiar with the name ‘DJ DorQ” which was his alias before he made the switch to Pixel Cheese. Look out for this talented youngster to make big waves in the future!
Techno King Umek teams up with tech house veteran Stefano Noferini to create “Complementary Access”. The same rolling bassline dominates the track until about 3:31 where things heat up considerably. A more playful percussion takes over and a new beat arises for a while. We love the classic drums in the background that are banging the whole way through this musical experience!
Via: Daily Tunez
Fresh off their release of “Smolengrad” and “United”, the Russian tandem of Swanky Tunes and Hard Rock Sofa release another progressive bomb “I Wanna Be Your Dog”. The beginning of the song has their usual pulsing progressive style that is reminiscent of many of their previous releases. To add a little bit of a change up to this release they added a few vocals and a guitar riff that mesh perfectly with the rest of the track. Pick up your copy on Beatport and N-JOY!
On his follow up to “A Little Louder” the UK Producer, Kid Massive, has teamed up with Mark Le Sal to put together a vocal-heavy dance track, which we’re lucky enough to bring you exclusively. The original — with it’s infectious vocals and deep bass line — is poised to be a chart topper just like its predecessor.
Nicky Romero’s remix of “Flash” has been tearing it up in virtually every major DJ set this summer, but the man himself has also been a tare throughout America as well. This first episode of Nicky Romero TV brings viewers on a journey from Chicago all the way to Miami, with stops in San Diego and LA among others. The video gives fans a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like to be on tour with the DJ, complete with private jets and scantily clad ladies — definitely not a bad life by any stretch of the imagination. We’re absolutely loving these DJ videos, but can’t forget about the ones from Max Vangeli and Avicii as well. Oh, and if you’re interested in even more great video content, be sure to head over to our YouTube channel as well!
Hot on the heels of his “Never Will Be Mine” remix, R3hab is already back with a new track that’s got a bit of Latin flare. Using Gloria Estefan’s recently-released “Wepa” as a starting point, the king of bl33ps adds just the right amount of heavy synths to make this track particularly listenable. The initial lead-in that starts at around one minute seems reminiscent of his “Bounce” remix, but that track has become a summer anthem so we’re definitely not complaining. Listen to it yourselves and let us know what you think in the comments. Here’s to hearing it live once his North American tour starts shortly!
You guys really liked when we shared the Sensation White sets from Belgium back in July, so we’re back with another set of ‘em from London’s edition. House4DJ has all the rips from the all-white affair, including sets from Martin Solveig, Sander Van Doorn, Joris Voorn, and Fedde Le Grand among others. Sander’s Sensation set from last time around was pretty damn good, and a quick look at all the tracklists reveals that there’s quite a bit of music to be enjoyed here. Head over to the via link below to get your downloading on, and be sure to shout out your fave in the comments.
Image via: Sensation
Last night on Mistajam’s Radio 1 Xtra show, Rusko premiered a new track he has been working on titled “Somebody to Love.” Rusko, who deserves a lot of credit for being a major force in bringing dubstep over to the United States, has been killing it lately with releases like “Everyday” (the Netsky remix is outrageously good).
The talking over the recording of “Somebody To Love” is pretty annoying, but as this was a world exclusive, there are no other versions available yet. On the bright side, the track sounds amazing and releases like this are sure to keep Rusko on top in the dubstep world. As mentioned by Mistajam, there is no word yet on when this is being released but we will update you with the full version when it finally drops. For now, enjoy this and get pumped for the release.
Rusko – Somebody To Love
Via: Facebook (Rusko)
We’ve been clamoring to find out when R3hab would finally come clean about his North American tour, and now we officially have the info many of you have been waiting for. Starting in Quincy, Massachusetts, the bl33py producer and Afrojack protege wi
ll be bringing his talents to the US (and Canada) for a grand total of 13 shows in a myriad of cities. Among the highlights are a September first appearance at the Music Box, multiple shows in Vegas, Ruby Skye in SF on September 8th, and another one of our hangouts, Pacha NYC, on September 16. In case you’re the type who likes getting messy, he’s even doing a Dayglow appearance September 10th in Hartford. We’re sure things will be wild, and with even more dates promised, this is just the beginning. Full listing of the tour dates is available after the break.
Avicii’s first Le7els podcast climbed to the top of the iTunes charts, but the standout track was undoubtedly the bootleg of a still unnamed Otto Knows track with the Calvin Harris accapella of “Flashback.” Following up Thomas Gold’s second episode of the Goldcast is a new installment of Avicii’s own podcast that packs an special guest mix by the fellow Swedish producer who has been blowing us away track after track. We won’t spoil the fun by spilling all the beans right here, but there are a bunch of new tracks for us to enjoy and listen to on YouTube until we get official release information. Grab it on iTunes at the link below, and riddle us this in the comments: is Otto Knows the new Alesso (who was previously the new Avicii)? Full tracklist available past the break.