Opening the show with Thomas Gold‘s new Axtone release ” I Remember,” Pete Tong is back playing his top selection of dance music hits from around the globe. Jacob Plant‘s “Can’t Hold Back,” deadmau5‘ “Suckfest 9001,” and The Chainsmokers remix of Cash Cash’s “Take Me Home,” help to open up the progressive section of the show. In addition Pete speaks of the festivities taking place at ADE and the abundance of new music that is about to hit the scene.
This week’s Essential Tune of the Week is Gotham’s “Requiem” replacing last week’s selection Alesso & Calvin Harris’ “Under Control.” Nic Fancuili takes this week’s Goodie Goodies showcasing his UK tech-house ear for talent while the legendary Paul Oakenfold is knighted into Pete’s Hall of Fame. Pete chooses Brooklyn’s deep house Walker & Royce as his Future Stars and ends the show with a Weekend Hot Mix featuring his own favorite selections from ADE.
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With over 300 artists and 38 hours of overlapping music this weekend, the number of tracks heard at TomorrowWorld is somewhere in the thousands. While not even almighty Internet can spit out a list of every tune that received play time in the Chattahoochee Hills, a few tracks were heard again and again, earning anthem status and a firm spot in the memory of the Main Stage attendees. While some older tracks like “In My Mind,” “Wakanda” and “Reload” still frequently made their way into sets, we’ve compiled the ten tunes that defined the most recent chapter in the Book Of Wisdom.
London-based Jacob Plant has released a pulsing production with “Shakedown” via Calvin Harris’ Fly Eye Records. Starting the track off with a surging buildup, Plant delivers a dubstep-certified output with plunging bass and electro style. The talented producer transitions from escalating progressions to stabbing synths before unloading crashing sub bass — satisfying dubsteppers and electro enthusiasts alike. A relentless yet infectious offering, “Shakedown” is powerful start to Plant’s year and, with future releases in the works, hopefully only a precursor of what’s to come from the rising producer.
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ank”>Scarletz’ “Killer Instinct.” Well if you enjoyed that, then you’re luck. Jacob Plant is giving his brand new July Mix away for free. It is exactly what you would expect from Jacob: an eclectic mix of heavy dubstep, moombahton and drum & bass. The mix features tracks from Skrillex, Sub Focus, Knife Party, Major Lazer & more. It also contains a preview of Jacob Plant’s upcoming single “Trailer Trash.” Have a listen below and grab the free download here.
Jacob Plant is one of our favorite up and coming dubstep artists. If you consider yourself a dubstep fan, you might recognize his fantastic remixes of Oh Land’s “Sun Of A Gun” and Benny Benassi’s “Control.” Skream and Benga just recently previewed Jacob’s upcoming remix of The Scarletz’ “Killer Instinct” on BBC radio 1. With support from two of the biggest names in bass music, you know it is good. If you like heavy bass and big time wobble dubstep then check this out below!
We’re just going to be honest and ask the first question that springs to mind when listening to “Control” – is this the next “Cinema?” Gary Go’s vocals are as lush and catchy as ever, and it has endless remix potential. Case in point: while the original version is a typical Benassi production, with the hi-hat and kickdrum we all know so well, the Gigi Barocco mix is a rollicking, wild track with perfectly-placed claps, and the Jacob Plant’s provides the perfect dubstep twist. We haven’t been this excited and moved by a track in quite some time.
Have a listen to all three after the jump and let us know which is your favorite… and if you see big things happening for this track like we do. MMW 2012 anthem, anyone?
Benny Benassi ft. Gary Go – Control (Extended Mix)
Benny Benassi ft. Gary Go – Control (Gigi Barocco Remix)
Benny Benassi ft. Gary Go – Control (Jacob Plant Remix)
For those who don’t know, André Tegeler, better known by his DJ name Moguai, is one of the more acclaimed remix artists and producers in the EDM world who has risen seemingly from nowhere over the past two years. He has mixed popular tracks from different artists ranging from Afrojack to Britney Spears. Be sure to check out our past coverage of him for more insight into his hard-hitting style. We got a chance to talk with him about his work, signing with Deadmau5′s record label, mau5trap, and what he’s working on next.