MYNC, owner and CEO of Cr2 Records, is our lucky number 56 guest mixer for Axis. In 2012, his track “Stadium” was hotter than hot, and moving forward in 2013 he’s already revamped the track into the vocal version “Searching” and sponsored one of the big Miami anthems from this year in “Miami Back Again.” When he has a moment to breathe, he directs the weekly Cr2 Live & Direct Radio Show and next year will celebrate 10 years with his label. Please welcome MYNC to Axis and enjoy the mix!
For a special Tuesday edition of Axis the lovely Helena graces our airwaves with an adrenaline packed hour of peak time floor shakers. Helena showcases her ear for mash-ups and quick transitions on her Axis debut, packing twenty tracks and mashes into her hour long mix. Maintaining an unrelenting pace throughout, the UK-born, Australian-bred DJ deftly assembles a high-energy set destined for repeat plays and party soundtracks. Shunning airy melodies in favor of some of today’s hardest-hitting cuts, Helena embodies the heavy electro mindset of Australia’s rowdy nightlife.
Axis’s 54th episode is brought to you by the young Connecticut-born producer Nate Rathbun, known as Audien in the dance music world. In the last year, he’s contributed to A State of Trance, released several tracks on Anjunabeats and Enhanced Recordings, and remixed tracks for Arty, Justin Bieber, Christina Aguilera, and Jaytech. His DJing style certainly toes the line between progressive and trance, offering both euphoric overtones and tastes of grinding bass and electro.
Axis returns in its 53rd installment with EEKO at the helm, delivering 30 minutes of an ADHD genre hop through progressive, electro, tech, pop and more. From Tiesto’s remix of Showtek’s latest banger, “Get Loose,” to Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky,” EEKO fills out a mix with brand new efforts from the likes of Knife Party, Walden, and Dannic. With an electro-heavy guest mix from Wild Boyz!, this episode only heats up. Listen below, full tracklist below the break.
The 52nd edition of Axis sees the return of the Pryda Friends imprint to our radioshow this time in the form of Jeremy Olander, whose recent release “Let Me Feel” was one of the most played tracks of Miami Music Week. Serving up a mix of nearly all originals, the Swedish upstart takes us through 11 productions that showcase both of his personalities – channeling his darker side as Dhillon with “Black Widoe” and “Dharma.” Cleanly mixed, the hour long journey moves through dark techno and bubbling progressive. Unfolding into a gripping soundscape of twisted synthesizers, Olander’s Axis debut soundly represents the Pryda Friends lineage.
Full tracklist after the break.
For Dancing Astronaut’s 51st installment of Axis, the Afrojack-discovered trio Shermanology, treat our readers to an interesting hour of groovy cuts and unrelenting electronica. The tracklist here is expansive, dabbling in numerous genres and styles; from Mord Fustang’s “Taito” to Nom De Strip’s “Techno Saturday” and Nicky Romero’s “Symphonica,” Shermanology leave little to the imagination, piecing together a thunderous array of peak time charmers and aggressive electro. Track selections aside, the mix truly shines where the trio incorporates live vocals over some of today’s biggest productions, a first for Axis. Listen below and let Shermanology jump start your weekend, full tracklist after the break.
Axis returns in its 49th installment with EEKO at the helm, delivering 30 minutes of an ADHD genre hop through progressive, electro, tech, pop and more. From Alesso’s latest “If I Lose Myself” to The Chemical Brother’s remix of “XTC,” EEKO shifts the energy at a breakneck pace throwing 18 songs into 35 minutes, throttling the mix at every turn. Duher kicks in for the second half of the show, bringing out six of his own productions including “Rokit,” “Girls” and his remix of Afrojack’s “Radioman.” Listen below, full tracklist after the break.
This week we are bringing listeners something a different with a live group taking on Axis for the first time. Toronto based Keys N Krates’ consists of Adam Tune on drums, synth-master David Matisse on keys, and Jr. Flo on turntables. 2013 is set to be a breakout year for the trio after releasing their EP Solow on Dim Mak Records and their single “Treat Me Right.” The group have started mixing rap and house tunes and are venturing into the trap world. Listen to Keys N Krates’ exclusive mix below and click after the break for the full tracklist.
Miami Music Week is finally upon us, so it was only fitting that Dancing Astronaut up the ante with this week’s episode of Axis to match the South Beach heat. Taking the Size Matters motto to heart, we’ve acquired not one, but two of the labels young progressive duos in a special “VS” edition of Axis. That’s right, London duo Third Party and Swedish twosome Qulinez duke it out in one of our most dynamic episodes to date. The Size Matters label mates offer up some their latest and greatest, as well as a bevy of exclusive mash ups that are sure to get fired up all week long. Check out the one of a kind mix below and click past the break for a complete track listing.
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