t track of 2010 on Dancing Astronaut. Sifting through the multitudinous assortment of hits from this year has not been an easy task, but these are the tracks that made it to spots 21-30. These singles are referred to in our vernacular as bangers, anthems, massive, and even some treasures, but popular nomenclature calls them what they really are: huge, huge hits. Enjoy the list, and don’t forget to check out 31-40 and 41-50 if you missed them!
Grammy Nominations were announced yesterday for each of the 109 categories, including Best Remixed Recording. Dancing Astronaut favorites Axwell, Dirty South, David Guetta, and Wolfgang Gartner each got nods!
Axwell: “Thank U! Made my day”
Dirty South: “WOAH! Me and Axwell just got a GRAMMY nomination for our Temper Trap remix….”
And my personal favorite…
Wolfgang Gartner: “Oh shit I got nominated for a Grammy! Best remixed recording. Why they chose a 3-year-old track is beyond me. But hey I’ll take it. YAY”
Who do you think walks away with the gilded gramophone statuette?
Fantasy (Morgan Page Remix)
Morgan Page, remixer (Nadia Ali)
[Smile In Bed]
We’re just two days away from Guetta’s re-release of One More Love! The double disc album will feature 13 new (old) tracks, edits, and remixes. My favorite is the new version of ’Missing You’, which sports a heavier bassline resulting in a much more polished finish. He’ll also be making his NYC return at Pacha this Friday as part of its 5 Year Anniversary Celebration. Dancing Astronaut will certainly be in attendance for that one.
A huge sound that is going to be released on Doorn Records. Love “piano house”. This track is getting huge amounts of hype and has early support from Tiesto, David Guetta, and Sander Van Doorn! Available December 14th on Beatport.
French super-producer and DJ David Guetta invaded Hollywood, California this past Saturday, November 20, playing a 90-minute set for a sold out audience. The event, presented by Insomniac Events, featured opening sets by Joaquin Bamaca and the DJ duo Manufactured Superstars.
The venue did not truly hit capacity until just a few minutes before Guetta took the DJ throne. He opened with his two biggest American pop hits at the moment, “Gettin’ Over You” and the Flo Rida-assisted “Club Can’t Handle Me.” After receiving thunderous applause from an undoubtedly young audience, Guetta transformed his set to include more minimal and tech house offerings, many of which were unreleased and reinvigorated excitement for future Guetta releases.
Fortunately, David’s set was more Ibiza than Coachella. While he primarily span Top 40 records at the Indio, CA-based music festival, this set featured his signature LED-embedded and laser-pointing dancing robots, as well as surprise guests you’d be lucky to encounter in the Spanish party island, let alone Hollywood, California: half of the Black Eyed Peas.
will.I.am and fellow MC apl.de.ap joined Guetta on stage for a combined hour as they span energetic electro hip-hop beats, including the Black Eyed Peas’ latest house-infused single, “The Time (Dirty Bit).” Perhaps the standout hit of the night, however, was will.I.am’s closing number: Daft Punk‘s “One More Time” leading into the massive club smash, “One” by Swedish House Mafia.
On what marked the final night of his American tour, David Guetta thanked the crowd for their support and expressed his love for LA. The crowd left the venue with smiles on their faces. For Guetta this meant yet another club performance under his belt further confirming his reign as the King of Dance Music.
After we posted the instrumental mix to the FMIF track I had to get my hands on the vocal mix. It definitely is a step up with Rihanna’s sexy vocals. On top of this we have included Afrojack’s two remixes! The dub mix is a little darker and has a slightly harder feel to it. However, out of this package I love the regular Afrojack remix the best! Don’t forget to pre order Guetta’s re-release of “One More Love” on his official website!
All of us that are a part of the Dancing Astronaut family would like to wish everyone a HAPPY THANKSGIVING! N-JOY YOUR FOOD TO THE MAX (and this track)!
Afrojack Remix (YEE!)…
onaut Favorite) brings us an unreal Dirty Dutch Remix of David Guetta’s “Gettin’ Over. Check out the massive drop at 1:05. If this song were to posted on facebook everyone would “like” this. Oh wait…It is! Become a fan of Dancing Astronaut and get updates on your favorite house hits! N-Joy!
David Guetta’s newest F*** Me I’m Famous mix. Getting me real excited for David Guetta at Ruby Skye on Thursday. Hope to see you all there!
01. David Guetta – Delirious (Arno Cost & Norman Doray Remix)
02. Fragma – Toca’s Miracle (Inpetto Remix)
03. The Beattheifs – Why Did Ya (David Tort Remix)
09. David Guetta feat. Kid Cudi – Memories
10. Black Eyed Peace – I Gotta Feeling (ID Remix)
11. David Guetta feat. Kelly Rowland – When Love Takes Over (Electro Extended Remix)