Out now, new single from Dances With White GirlsÂ titled ‘It’s About The House’. The energetic original mix is a refreshing injection of creativity. After a three year hiatus Dances has returned with a steady yet alluring take on what dance music should sound like. Great vibes from start to finish, it’s a track that’ll stay with you post-listen. Download it…add to playlist…play at your next party…take credit for the find.
Dances With White Girls – It’s About The House (Original Mix)
Don’t fret, even if you couldn’t get tickets to see SHM slay MSG as the first electronic music artists to grace the hallowed venue’s stage, you can now stream the show live. You will be able to view the show on YouTube or on SHM’s website as the trio gets busy for thousands of fans. You can tune in starting at 10:45pm EST / 3:45am GMT on Friday.
After his last release of Titanium by David Guetta went to #6 on the HypeM charts, Eos has just released his newest remix of Rihanna’s “We Found Love.” This remix keeps Rihanna’s sexy vocals for the most part and doesn’t hit too hard for those who aren’t too into dubstep. It went to #10 on HypeM, and got over 20k soundcloud listens in 2 days. Up next for Eos is a new mix and then the release of his originals after the new year. Stay tuned for this 15 year old to blow up.
Rihanna Feat. Calvin Harris – We Found Love (Eos Remix)
New Years is going to be a huge night for EDM in NYC. Beyond Avicii at Pier 94, we have the ever prolific deadmau5 taking over Pier 36 downtown for an epic night of synth beats. Deadmau5 will be supported by up and coming LA based DJ and producer Audrey Napoleon, who is no stranger to helming large venues. Sheâ€™s already a resident DJ at LAâ€™s famed Avalon and Music Box nightclubs, where she has spun with Richie Hawtin, Wolfgang Gartner, Simian Mobile Disco and M.A.N.D.Y. amongst others.
Audrey recently released her single Foxy Boxy as a free download on her Facebook page, which you can pick up here. The track is deep and melodic, reflecting Audrey’s techno influences, and belies the electricity that lies behind her production.
Now call me a cliche, but I can’t help but support female producers rising up in a crowded (non-female dominated) field. Audrey was working in nightlife when she decided to take a hand at making music, and in my opinion, she will only keep moving on up.
Production dream team Mat Zo & Arty released their epic single Mozart Sunday, and today brings the presentation of the song’s official music video. And you thought music videos were dead! Well think again – in this production a tiny Mozart look-alike whips a gang of dancing riff raffs into shape. Take a peek for yourself and enjoy the amazing track.
Found this gem looking through some Electric Zoo videos; supported by Carl Cox ‘These Sounds’ from Joe Brunning is a piece of tech wizardry. Powerful yet light disco-esque synths are the main focus while a solid drum loop balances the composition. This one could work for both the minimal crowd as well as some build/break/drop fans. Definitely check it out if you’re looking for something a bit different.
Joe Brunning – These Sounds (Original Mix)
In a Star Wars like twist, today Steve Aoki released Ladi Dadi ft. Wynter Gordon (Part II) as a prequel to the still unreleased Part I. Aoki leaked Part II via YouTube Dec. 9 and Part I is to be released as a part of Aoki’s upcoming album Wonderland and as a single. Part deux is a club dub remix of Part I and features vocals by Queens local Wynter Gordon, who co-wrote and was featured on Flo Rida’s Sugar. Her vocal overlays take the track to the next level, along with the grind and grime that Aoki’s dubstep production brings to the table. Don’t forget to pick up tickets to Aoki’s Deadmeat tour, which he will bring to Roseland Feb. 19.
Steve Aoki – Ladi Dadi ft. Wynter Gordon (Part II)
On December 6th, Phil Kieran Recordings, self-label of techno artist Phil Kieran released Series #001, a compilation album containing remixes and edits of the last eight Phil Kieran Recordings releases. While listening to the first four tracks of Series #001, I was steadily chair-grooving at my desk, but my attention was focused more on the seemingly indefinite volume of economics homework rather than the music. But, when that first bass line dropped in track five, ‘Juicy (Egbert Remix)’, my attention was pleasantly diverted.
‘Juicy (Egbert Mix)’ is a banger. There aren’t many other ways to put it. The bass drops to that “Carl Cox frequency” that makes your lips quiver and your nostrils flair involuntarily, while the hypnotic overtones and groovy drum sequence drive this tune straight into funky town!
Whether you’re a techno enthusiast or drum and bass fanatic, this tune is well worth a listen. ‘Juicy (Egbert Remix)’ undoubtedly earns Ethan’s Groove Guarantee, as well as a current #14 spot on Beatport’s Techno Top 100.
Phil Kieran – Juicy (Egbert Mix)
Even if you didn’t make it to Nero’s Dec. 4 show at Webster Hall, you have the chance to check them out as they celebrate the release of their new album Welcome Reality tomorrow at 8 PM at Webster.
Advance tickets are sold out, but you can win a pair of tickets through Electronica Oasis and SPIN!! Simply like our Facebook page HERE and comment under the Contest post, â€œNero SOLD OUT Webster Hall Ticket Giveawayâ€. One winner will receive 2 tickets to this event tomorrow night. Also don’t forget to check out SPIN’s awesome website with tons of music goodies and news. Good luck!
If you also can’t gain access tomorrow, Nero is playing the late night show on New Year’s Eve at Webster. Personally, I’m a fan of a house party then after party stop at Webster for a great show (last year was Bloody Beetroots). Pick up your tickets for NYE here.
Remember like our Facebook page HERE and comment on this post for a chance to win two tickets to the sold-out show!!