Canadian duo Paris & Simo take on Australian heavyweights The Stafford Brothers and the UK’s Jason Herd’s latest original “Wicked Child.” On Paris & Simo’s rework, the great white north meets the land down under to create an onslaught of crunchy progressions that moves with wicked intent. The remix firmly plants the track and the parties involved at the forefront of the big room conversation, driven forward by an over the top, electro-tinged production style that is further amplified by Sherry St Germain’s soaring vocal cuts and sultry howls.
Staffords Brothers return with another furiously aggressive festival house production that begs the question; are you ready? As the name implies, the Australian duo’s latest mirrors their on and off stage antics. A cacophony of adrenaline laced synthesis and a hard rock guitar element that takes the track out of the predictable and into the preposterous, ”Are You Ready” injects a larger than life stadium rock aesthetic into the crazy Aussies’ electro house chops.
Australian duo Stafford Brothers return to the production circuit with “Are You Ready.” Following up their collaboration with Lil Jon and just in time for their North American tour, the pair unleash their next big room electro smash. Staying true to their larger-than-life style, one that starts a party in every city they invade, Chris and Matt Stafford give us an exclusive sneak peek up their skirts on “Are You Ready.” A relentless assault of screeching synthwork, the preview stops just before it really gets started, but be on the lookout for the full track when it is released on September 16th via Neon Records.
Australia’s number 1 DJs and the first electronic artists signed to Cash Money Records, the Stafford Brothers, are bringing the thunder from down under to the States with their Aussie Invasion tour. The duo will be performing at 16 stops throughout September and October, including Create in Los Angeles and Finale in New York City.
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Australia’s hardest partying and most famously outspoken DJ duo, the Stafford Brothers, team up with the original EDM MC, Lil Jon for Future Music Festival’s official 2013 anthem. Representing one of their home country’s largest festivals, Matt and Chris deliver their latest tent torcher “Hands Up” with the same reckless abandon that made them famous in the first place. Much like their collaboration with Lil Wayne, the Aussie duo punctuate a propulsive electro backbone with stuttered vocal samples and crunchy leads giving Lil Jon the floor to belt out his raspy hype-heavy howls.
If you weren’t happy with the five official remixes of the Stafford Brothers’ “Hello,” you now have your chance to do even better. Beatport Play is now accepting submissions for remixes, so break out your DAW of choice, lock your doors and get working because the contest ends April 15th. Winner gets $500 cash, $1000 in gear from Sushi Radio, and their remix released on CHM Records. What are you waiting for?
Now in its 7th episode, the Stafford Brothers’ Something Big radioshow has featured guest mixes from some of the biggest producers in dance music today. Episode 7, proudly presented by Dancing Astronaut, takes you behind the scenes and into the studio with our Essential Mix of the Year winner, Thomas Gold. Thomas gives us insight into his collaborations and his approach to production, all while spinning the tracks that have defined his career thus far. From Dirty South and Deniz Koyu’s “Halo” to Benny Benassi and Pink is Punk’s latest “Ghost,” Thomas and the Australian duo mix a collection of tracks that have defined the dance music conversation in the past few months. Listen below and click past the break for the full tracklist.
Matt and Chris Stafford have taken their production talents straight through mainstream culture and into the hands of Lil Wayne. Their latest production, “Hello,” features a verse from Wayne and a chorus from singer Christina Milian for a genre-defying commercial record. This week, Cash Money Records has released the track’s remix package with stellar renditions from Dannic, Morten Breum, and Henrix – who is giving away his take for free – among others.
Australian duo, the Stafford Brothers, have already had their own reality TV show and now are signing to hip-hop mogul Birdman’s Cash Money Records. This isn’t the first time we have seen a cross over between electronic and hip-hop artists, as Sander Van Doorn joined Roc Nation just a few months ago. The Stafford Brothers are not wasting any time and are already collaborating with Lil Wayne and Christina Milian on “Hello.” You can listen to a preview of “Hello” past the break, and the track will be out soon on Cash Money Records.
Vodka with Tommy Trash. Champagne with Christina Milian and Will I Am. Sound like your Friday night? It does if you’re one of the Stafford Brothers. The Aussie natives and recent LA transplants know how to throw a party, complete with a DJ-packed guestlist and killer setlist. How do we know? Click past the break to find out.