Sheldon Cooper would be proud. Even if there is no correlation with the sitcom, The Big Bang Theory, this title is great exposure for Kenneth G’s production career (no, not the Jazz saxophonist).
These past few years, many up and coming DJ’s have been emerging into the scene. Kenneth Geoffrey Oudejans resides in Amsterdam and has been involved with EDM since 2009. He co-produced a track called, ‘Konichiwa Bitches’ with EO favorite, Nicky Romero. Just a few years later in 2012, Kenneth G was scooped up by Bingo Player’s label, Hysteria RecordsÂ and will be releasing his brand new track, ‘Bazinga.’
The track itself is a gem. Everything about it isÂ phenomenal, from it’s acid sounding synths to it’s massive dutch inspired drop. Keep an eye out for this one, release date is set for March 5th. Banzinga!
In Episode #5 of TiÃ«stoâ€™s now prolific In The Booth YouTube series, he and his tour manager Kelly Cobb struggle through structural issues prior to a long-awaited Mexican show. Some might remember when TiÃ«sto tweeted about this in November, turning an epic production into a more low-key pool party at Nikki Beach. But all is not lost as TiÃ«sto then hops the border for a headlining gig at EDC Las Vegas.
Did you miss the last episode? Check out as TiÃ«sto completes doubleheader shows (in 2 continents!) in Episode #4!
Generation 303 is one of those tracks that have been waited on for quite awhile. EO has been keeping you updated on the various developments surrounding Nicky Romero’s acid-banging masterpiece and now the day has finally come. This is Nicky’s first release on fellow Dutchman TiÃ«sto’s label Musical Freedom. This is going to be Nicky’s year, having been named #1 on the list of Most Anticipated Artists of 2012. In fact, a brand new remix that he completed for Madonna was played during her half-time Super Bowl performance Sunday. Between that and Avicii’s cameo for Bud Light, it is now conclusive that this is the era of beats.
Generation 303 takes the numerical part of its title from the Roland TB-303, an 80s era bass synthesizer that was the sound of acid and techno house. Generation 303 embodies the typical qualities of an acid house track, utilizing a repetitive almost trance like beat to bring the listener a sense of hypnosis, in addition to featuring short snippets of vocals. Nicky’s rendition of the genre is just terribly successful. It’s being played in regular rotation by any number of DJs, including Nicky, and should definitely be added to your daily listening routine.
Nicky Romero – Generation 303
Watch this week as TiÃ«sto juggles not one, but two shows in the same night, and they’re not even in the same country. In one day TiÃ«sto and his team rush from Paris to Morocco, in order to keep a promise to perform for a close friend. The video closes out with the closing party for his residency at Privilege Ibiza.
Did you miss the last episode? Check out trip home to the Netherlands and to Ultra in Miami in Episode #3!
After hearing the Klaas remix of the always classic ‘Where’s Your Head At’ by UK’s Basement Jaxx, I never thought another producer could top it. That is until the Holland based duo, Firebeatz blew it out of the water with their brand new remix released on Spinnin’ Records, January 30th, 2012. After hearing their Prodigy remix of ‘Funky Shit’ I was highly anticipating what remix they’d tackle next. Firebeatz knows exactly how to warp any track into a hard-hitting, head-bobbing, body-shaking banger. This track is the definition of electronic chaos!
I can remember when Bingo Players dropped ‘Get On The Move‘ a few years ago and it absolutely blew my mind. Just a few years later, we nominated the Dutch duo as one of our top 10 most anticipated artists of 2012. These two fellas have been releasing nothing but the best with originals such as, ‘Cry Just A Little,’ ‘Sliced (with EO favorite, Nicky Romero), ‘Lame-Brained,’ ‘Rattle,’ ‘Mode,’ and now ‘L’Amour.’ I’ve told multiple people, Acid-House is back with no remorse with notable artists using acid-inspired sounds in their tracks. Bingo Players utilized the lovable acid synth and made a monster. Release date set for February 20th, 2012 on Hysteria Records, stay tuned!
Chuckie never fails to create tracks that inspire you to get moving. We previewed Together for you a few days ago and now the entire track is exclusively available on Beatport for the next two weeks, courtesy of Big Beat Records and CR2 Records. The grinding, almost greasy melody of Together is interspersed by female vocals imploring an unknown other to “stick together” and melodic piano chords. Get your morning pumping with a quick listen to this down and dirty track.
Chuckie – Together
Clearly Nicky Romero is super talented as far as production goes, and now it’s very clear why after watching him “play a few chords” on Freddy Mercury’s grand piano, as he just tweeted. We love love love Nicky here at EO, we’re dying for him to come back after his amazing show last weekend at Pacha. Here’s to wishing a speedy return! Enjoy the video of Nicky really showing his skills on the keys.
Generation 303 is one of those acid banging tracks that we can’t wait to have a full copy of. Crafter Nicky Romero posted a preview for the complimenting video to his YouTube just a few minutes ago. Be SURE to grab the track for yourself Feb. 6 when its released on fellow Dutchman TiÃ«stoâ€™s label Musical Freedom!! In the meantime, get a glimpse of the video and the young Mr. Romero doing his thing!