Calling all Clockwork fans- today marks the day when he releases his new remix of Kaskade & Project 46's melodic house tune, "Last Chance." When Henry Steinway aka Clockwork aka RL Grime, performs under the moniker Clockwork, one can expect progressive house tracks with funky and heavy bass drops. His latest remix delivers just that. Clockwork has been having a prolific year while performing for major festivals like Ultra Music Festival and EDC Las Vegas. His latest remix debuted back when he performed at EDC Vegas and now it's on Soundcloud for devoted music fans. You can buy the track on Beatport here.
We remember Sunday, May 20th of 2012 very clearly. It was the last day of EDC NY, and we were at the circuitGROUNDS enjoying the last remaining seconds of Bassjackers' set. Then a very wonderful thing happened; Quintino took the stage and everyone, and we mean, everyone, in the crowd started roaring and stomping in unison. The effect of Quintino's opener, his hit single "Epic," had spoken to the crowd and now the crowd just couldn't get enough.
Well, that was my personal anecdote of the first time we heard Quintino live, and now he is an unstoppable force in the industry.
Following the succes of his previous remix to Dada Life's, 'Born To Rage,' DJ Bobby Puma released his new remix of 'Starlight' today. Taking the funky electro tunes of the original version by Don Diablo & Matt Nash into hard hitting, electro house dance beats, Puma secures his place in electronic dance music. You can download the tune for free below.
Up next for Bobby Puma is an original EP along with a series of rapid releases coming soon your way. Keep your eyes and ears out for all his upcoming music from originals to remixes.
The anthem to Saturday night's brite nites event at Webster Hall was none other than the mantra, "Eat, sleep, rave...repeat."
Every Saturday night, Webster Hall brings New Yorkers their electrofused brite nites event which features the hottest DJs of the now. On Thanksgiving weekend, the DJs that took over the Main Room with their explosive House styles were Dutch import Jordy Dazz and Swedish DJ Mikael Weermets.
Swedish DJ Mikael Weermets is coming to NYC venue Webster Hall on November 30th along with Dutch DJ Jordy Dazz. Together, the two are going to make "brite nites" an unforgettable music experience with their deep House styles and rhythmic House music.
Both of these artists have been performing worldwide and they are recognized by their fellow peers, Tiësto and Hardwell, as the next big DJs of our generation.
This proves to be true, as Weermets promotes a #soundofnow visionary while Jordy Dazz continues to release his own Dirty and Dope podcast series.
The event is for ages 19 and over and you can still purchase tickets here.
A whirling and swirling 'Blizzard' of foam took over Club Amazura this past saturday night in Jamaica, Queens. Doors opened at 9pm for the nationally-reconginzed Electric Flurry Tour and the space quickly began to overflow with music-enthuasts and party-goers alike.
The venue itself (Club Amazura) set the tone for what would be a thrilling and exciting experience. The Roseland-Ballroom-of-Queens sports an enormous dance floor, positioned between two elongated bars on both sides of the room. The room itself vast in size was nothing compared to what could be seen on stage as attendees entered the venue. A massive Foam-Blasting Cannon was placed in the center of the stage which would be the focal point of the most anticipated moment of the night.
Often times it's hard to believe there was a time before our house music. When music festivals were one weekend and everyone jammed out in General Admission. Before it exploded and when it was just a small "underground thing." The entire genre has evolved over time taking on many different forms but it's an absolute must to go back to it's roots. From the disco days to the early 90s when house started making it's way over to the states. We've rounded up 8 songs that aren't exactly your hard hitting, bass-in-your-face, typical progressive house. These songs can be easily defined as the epitome of what house music really was.
1. Joachim Garraud- Are U Ready (Laidback Luke Remix)
2. Dirty South vs. Evermore- It's Too Late
Italian producer and DJ Alex Gaudino has been a big name in the business for over a decade. His hit track, 'Destination Calabria,' swept dancefloors across the globe in 2007. Having founded two labels, RISE and Magnificent Records, it seems the house music master has done it all, from finding talent as A&R to producing original chart-toppers. We had a chance to sit down with him to get the scoop on how he manages to excel at all of it.
When did you first begin producing music/DJing, and when did it hit you that this is what you wanted to do for the rest of your life?