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Quickly becoming a household name without sacrificing his unique sound, Jauz continues to successfully bend electronic genres like dubstep, electro and the ever-growing future-house to his liking.
Always showing just how grateful he is for his early success, the 21 year old Sam Vogel has released some monster remixes for free download on his personal Soundcloud and the latest is a heart-stopping retouch of Riff Raff’s viral hit “Tip Tow Wing In My Jawwdinz” that has become a fan favorite over the last few months in his live DJ performances.
Collaborations should begin to pour in this year for the LA producer and with popular releases already on Mad Decent, Buygore and Red Bull Records, we’re excited to see how 2015 will shape up for Jauz.
Listen to Riff Raff – Tip Tow Wing In My Jawwdinz (Jauz Remix) below:
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Photo Cred: Hypetrap
Allnight Radio is mixed and produced by Kengo and includes the hottest tracks from today, tomorrow and yesterday. Airing bi-weekly to monthly, the hour-long episode showcases a live recorded DJ mix by none other than, Kengo.
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1. Jeff Doubleu – Brontide
2. Tom Piper & Rob Pix – Fiyah
3. Feenixpawl & Jason Forté vs. David Guetta, Sebastian Ingrosso & Dirty South – How Soon Is Now (2014 Reboot)
4. HIIO & Abel Ramos – Let Me See You
5. Leon Bolier – The Wolf
6. Pelari & Twice – X w/ Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams
7. Don Diablo – Generations
8. Kölsch feat. Troels Abrahamsen – All That Matters (Kryder Remix)
9. TJR, Dillon Francis X Watermat X DiMARO – That Spells Bullit (Kengo Edit)
10. Iggy Azalea vs. Charli XCX – Fancy (Jordy Dazz Bootleg)
11. Moby & ACTI – OW w/ O.T. Genasis – CoCo
12. Jack Ü feat. Kiesza – Take Ü There (TJR Remix) vs. (Slander Remix)
13. Haddaway – What is Love (Mobin Master Remix)
14. A-Trak feat. Andrew Wyatt – Push (DallasK Remix)
15. Timmy Trumpet – Nightmare
16. Chuckie & Diamond Pistols feat. Hyper Crush – Bang!
17. Firebeatz & Schella – Switch
18. Tom Enzy – Are You Ready
19. Yellow Claw feat. Lil Eddie – Never Dies (Wiwek Remix)
20. Blasterjaxx feat. Courtney Jenae – You Found Me
21. Kaskade vs. Patric La Funk & DBN feat. Adam Klopp – Please Say Quick Quack
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Today on social media, Calvin Harris shared the tracklist for his fourth studio album Motions. Already two years since the release of his third studio album 18 Months, Harris hopes fans and critics take as much delight in his new batch of destined chart-toppers as they did with his tracks “I Need Your Love” featuring Ellie Goulding, “We Found Love” featuring Rihanna and “Sweet Nothing” with Florence Welch.
Due out Nov. 4th on Columbia/Sony Records, Motion looks to match Harris’ 18 Months record of nine UK Top 10 hits and is already off to a big start. Tracks like “Under Control” with Alesso featuring Hurts, “Blame” featuring John Newman and “Summer” already have flooded the radio airwaves for the last few months, with “Summer” becoming a literal anthem for the season.
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Other unreleased tracks from Motion offer exciting collaborations with American pop rock band HAIM, a sure to be resurrecting performance by Gwen Stefani, and a rekindling collab with Ellie Goulding.
Harris will likely preview some of his new tracks on his continuous tour which has him stopping in Las Vegas, Miami, Stereosonic in Austrailia, and Austin City Limits Festival in Texas.
Check out the tracklist for Motion below:
Allnight Radio is mixed and produced by Kengo and includes the hottest tracks from today, tomorrow and yesterday. Airing bi-weekly, the hour-long episode showcases a live recorded DJ mix by none other than, Kengo.
1. Steve Aoki vs Kanye West vs Garmiani – Bring You To Power
2. Quintino – Go Hard (VIP Edit) w/ MC Flipside – In The Zone
3. Autoerotique – Nasty
4. Lunde Bros X Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Tyga – Loyalty House (Kengo Edit)
5. Bassanova – Belladonna w/ Calvin Harris feat. John Newman – Blame
6. Mercer & Sebastien Benett – Therapy
7. The Chainsmokers feat. sirenXX – Kanye (Don Diablo Remix)
8. Kryder & Still Young feat. Duane Harden – Feels Like Summer
9. Alesso – Tear the Roof Up (Landis & Crespo Remix)
10. Fedde Le Grand, Jewelz, Sparks – Robotic
11. Bass Kleph – That’s What’s Up w/ Dog Blood – Middle Finger Pt. 2 (sample)
12. Bassjackers – Like That w/ Foster The People – Coming Of Age
13. twoloud feat. Christian Burns – We Are The Ones
14. Afrojack & Martin Garrix – Turn Up The Speakers
15. EC Twins & Bass Kleph feat. Black Boots – Love Won’t Kill Us
16. Calvin Harris – C.U.B.A w/ Jodeci – Freak ‘n You (sample)
17. Arston – Star Warz (Swanky Tunes Edit) w/ Firebeatz & KSHMR feat. Luciana – No Heroes
18. Tom Starr – Ogre
19. John Dahlbäck – You Can Touch
20. Pierce Fulton – Kuaga
Yesterday at SIR Studios in NYC, Absolut threw an exclusive party for their new “Absolut X Warhol” campaign. The campaign is promoting the recreation of the famous mid-80’s “Absolut Warhol” print ad on special edition Absolut bottles. Roughly four million limited edition bottles are set to launch worldwide next month, with a portion of the proceeds going towards The Andy Warhol Foundation.
— Biology Frog (@atrak) October 2, 2014
Deemed by Absolut as a “one-of-a-kind nightlife experience,” Fools Gold label head A-Trak was tapped to provide music for the memorable party, alongside other special guests. There are no videos or audio recordings online of the performance (yet), but A-Trak did upload a picture of his set list which included a dynamic blend of hip-hop, trap, and house. With a great turntablist at the helm and all the free Absolut Vodka you could drink, it must have been one hell of a party.
Check out A-Trak’s set list and pictures from the event:
Photo Cred: Guest of a Guest / A-Trak
UK artist Chemical X, known for his 20 year old design of the Ministry of Sound logo as well as collaborations with artists like Banksy, Damien Hurst, Snoop Dogg, and Paul Oakenfold, continues to push the limits of artistic expression with his rave-worthy exhibitions.
After last year’s mishandling of his “The Ecstacy of Art” showcase by Art Republic in Soho, in which the gallery misunderstood the art actually included real Ecstacy, Chemical X finally has found a home for his unique pill art.
His new works titled, “The Prophets of Ecstacy,” includes two stained glass church-like windows made entirely of 20,000 perfectly pressed pills. Both works depict doves of peace carrying olive branches over giant smiling suns, one titled “The Rapture” and the other “The Reckoning.”
A spokesman for the artist stated that, “Chemical X is not trying to challenge authority with his art, he challenges the perception that people have of social drug taking through the press propaganda that shapes the public’s attitude. These need to be viewed as works of art as they stop being drugs from the point at which that are permanently sealed into the pieces.”
“The Prophets of Ecstacy” can be seen Sept. 26th through Oct. 2nd at The Ark, an exhibition organized by Bear Cub Gallery. The gallery will fittingly be held at in a church crypt in Clerkenwell, London.
— Sean PdeC (@CaptainCrikey) September 25, 2014
Since 1999, Ultra Music Festival has prided itself on being at the forefront of the electronic dance community. Keeping with that trend, festival organizers have enacted a new age restriction which limits the former all ages event to entrants 18 years and older.
The decision comes in response to an incident that occurred this past year in which a 28 year old female security officer was trampled by UMF gatecrashers, leaving her with severe brain hemorrhaging and a leg injury. This horrific incident drew national news coverage and even had local officials calling for the city of Miami to deny the festival permits for future years.
UMF and it’s organizers have now pledged to focus on matching their top-of-the-line production with top-of-the-line safety and security measures.
“The first step to having fun is feeling safe,” festival Security Director Ray Martinez said, “We have chosen to adopt several new measures during next year’s festival to ensure our event is safe and secure. The first step to preserving the unique atmosphere that Ultra is famous for is to be proactive in attracting the right crowd.”
To further show their commitment to festival safety, a new UMF flier promoting next years event includes the disclaimer, “The safety and security of our attendees, artists/performers, and personnel are out utmost priority and concern.”
A potentially more mature UMF Miami will take place March 27-29 of next year and pre-registration for tickets will open on Sept. 15.
Allnight Radio is mixed and produced by Kengo and includes the hottest tracks from today, tomorrow and yesterday. Airing bi-weekly, on the second and fourth Friday of the month, the hour-long episode showcases a live recorded DJ mix by none other than, Kengo.
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1. Lush & Simon – Hunter
2. Michael Jackson – Love Never Felt So Good (Fedde le Grand Remix)
3. Sultan + Ned Shepard vs. John Dish – Renegade Master (Back Once Again)
4. MEM – Do It Like That w/ Disclosure ft. Sam Smith – Latch
5. Tommy Trash – Lord of the Trance w/ Tiesto ft. Matthew Koma – Wasted (TST Remix)
6. John Dahlback & Lunde Bros – Indy 500
7. Sander van Doorn, Martin, Garrix, DVBBS ft. Aleesia – Gold Skies
8. Firebeatz – Bazooka
9. Danny Howard & Futuristic Polar Bears – Thundergod
10. Otto Knows – Parachute
11. David Guetta & Kaz James – Blast Off
12. Riggi & Piros – Elephant
13. Clockwork & Congorock – Infinite Mana
14. Calvin Harris – Summer (twoloud Remix)
15. FTampa – 5 Days
16. Techno Logic – Here Come The Drums
17. Nile Rodgers – Do What You Wanna Do (IMS Anthem) (Chocolate Puma Remix)
18. Chromeo – Jealous (I Ain’t With It) (Dillion Francis Remix)
19. Sergio Mauri, Janet Gray – Everybody Dance (Chuckie Remix)
20. Steve Aoki, Diplo & Deorro ft. Steve Bays – Freak
21. Mercer, DJ Snake X Tonight Only – Lunatic Gonna Hate (Kengo Edit)
As my friends and I walked up to Mansion Nightclub (August 2) around 1 a.m., there was an eerie absence of the typical hustle and bustle one would expect from Miami Beach on a Saturday night. Once inside, there was no denying the party was in full force for Oliver Heldens first headlining DJ set in Miami.
Laurent Simeca warmed up the party properly until Heldens took to the stage around 1:30 a.m. The crowd seemed to enjoy Heldens’ blend of Deep-House with sprinkled in club favorites including a remix of Daft Punk’s “Around the World” and a melodic mashup of “Sweet Dreams” with Mr Belt & Wezol’s “Shiver.”
Mansion exploded with energy when Heldens dropped his most recognizable tracks, his remix of Martin Garrix’s “Animals” and his U.K. #1 hit track “Gecko (Overdrive).”
One of the most unique tracks I heard throughout the night was a Laidback Luke bootleg entitled “Goes Around,” sampling Justin Timberlake’s single sharing the same name. Being that Saturdays at Mansion are typically more commercial, the crowd absolutely loved the homage to the new “King of Pop”, and sang along with every word.
As if the smooth, underground basslines were not enough during Heldens’ set, female Cirque du Soleil-style acrobats appeared in the crowd and then ascended above the audience in sexy outfits. Various stunts and visual effects were performed, all which are dwarfed by the fact you are staring at beautiful, (basically) topless dancers.
Soon after Heldens relinquished his duties to the closing DJ, the girls packed up their heels, and we waved down a cab. Overall, I thought Heldens performed a tremendous two-hour set filled with plenty of heart-pounding hits and I cannot wait until he comes back to Miami for another Heldeep club session.
— Oliver Heldens (@OliverHeldens) August 3, 2014