The Coachella countdown has officially commenced, and with just over a week to go, it’s time to start planning your afterparties. This year the clubs will descend on the Renaissance Esmeralda Hotel, bringing four unmissable parties to Weekend 1.
Greystone Manor and SBE Nightlife nabbed the Friday spot, bringing Nervo to Desert Sessions Night. Chuckie and The EC Twins follow with XIV at Hyde Beach’s day party Saturday, with Morgan Page as presented by XS closing out the night. Sultan & Ned Shepard and LA Riots cap off the weekend’s festivities, headlining Encore Beach’s Sunday pool party.
Though the weekend pass has sold out, VIP and bottle service is still available and can be purchased here.
This coming Tuesday, March 19th, Morgan Page is getting down to business early into Miami Music Week — and he’s bringing friends. Joining Page for his MMW exclusive set at Mansion will be W&W, Mord Fustang, Maor Levi, Jochen Miller, and Beltek. You can join him too, all you need to do is enter the contest below. Dancing Astronaut is giving 3 lucky winners the chance to see Page and Co. at Mansion and each will win a pair of VIP tickets.
Morgan Page has enlisted the voice of dance music, Nadia Ali, for his latest production, “Carry Me.” The original reaches its audience with those enchanting vocals once again atop melodic progression, but the remix package escapes the clean route to offer something heavier. Stealing the spotlight is Dyro who, after remixing Tiësto and Swanky Tunes’ ”Make Some Noise,” had no problem pumping potency into “Carry Me.” Done in style, with signature, and with synths, Dyro has given Page and Ali’s collaboration pizzazz.
Many people are aware of Deadmau5′ 2012 and 2013 Grammy nominations, but less are acquainted with his 2009 nomination for “The Longest Road” (released in 2008). The track was considered for “Best Remixed Recording, non classical” and although it didn’t win at the awards show, it’s still one of his best offerings. Everything from Lissie’s rapturous, smoky vocals to the tinkling melody and infectious bassline are blissful and calming. With the summer months rapidly approaching keep this song in mind for your top down drives and festival road trips.
Fun fact: Deadmau5′s remix was featured in Tap Tap Revenge 3.
In keeping with the holiday spirit, Morgan Page gifts fans with a free download to a track called “Videon.” The bootleg is a mashup of his massive track “Video” and Dohr & Mangold’s “Avalon.” The mix hits a bit harder than both of the original outputs, forming an electro-driven house production paired with surging guitar riffs and bursting kick drums. The synthesized beat bubbles over with funk — making for a perfect present for the Christmas season.
Canada is in the house with this latest preview of Sultan and Ned Shepard‘s new remix of sisters Tegan & Sara‘s “Closer.” Prog house producers from Tiesto to Morgan Page have worked with these two, and it’s clear the addition of their vocals to a big room sound is a recipe for a club hit. We only have a short preview for you on this one today, but be sure to keep checking back for the full release soon.
They create big things independently, but when they come together, Inpetto and Morgan Page deliver arm-raising dance floor sounds that won’t let you sit still. Such is the case with “Sinobia.” The track builds up with a steady bassline, adds synths as it reaches its chaotic apex, and the drop is that much more satisfying when the slew of rhythms come together. I personally prefer to hear a track as part of a mix or live set, where I feel it reaches its true potential. If you agree, you can hear “Sinobia” incorporated into Inpetto’s November podcast and in Morgan Page’s latest ‘In The Air‘ podcast.
Listen to “Sinobia” after the break, and purchase it now on Beatport via CR2 Records. (more…)
We’ve graced you with quite a bit of Inpetto’s fine sound lately, and today, we bring you their latest effort: “Sinobia” with EDM heavyweight Morgan Page. The big-room-ready track brings the bang in a nearly chaotic fashion. But have trust in the trio. Just as “Sinobia” appears to be getting out of control, it gets reeled back in with epic synths that get your body moving with the rhythm. It seems like it’s been a while since we heard some fresh tunes from Morgan Page, so this piece is more than welcome in our playlist. The track will be released on CR2 Records and is available for purchase on November 12th on Beatport. Keep an eye out!
Hot on the heels of Kaskade’s opinion piece on the economics of free mashups or bootlegs, Morgan Page is offering up a free download pack of his own. However, unlike most artists who piece together tracks from their peers, Page is digging into his own collection and dishing out free *acapellas* that he hopes fans will work with on their own. Page has included six free tracks including “The Longest Road,” “Fight For You,” “In The Air,” and three others. If you think you can do something special with the acapellas, Dancing Astronuat is always waiting for the next big track.
Tom Fall returns with a remix of “Where Did You Go,” the progressive tune from Morgan Page, Andy Caldwell, and Jonathan Mendelsohn that was originally featured on Page’s In The Air album. Fusing progressive house with big room dynamics, the collaboration details synths fitting for a main stage presentation. With an exhilarating vocal from Mendelsohn, whose voice was most recently home to Dash Berlin’s “World Falls Apart,” the track becomes a well-rounded explosive offering. Grab Tom Fall’s twist of “Where Did You Go” on Beatport for your weekend listening.