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18: Am I Wrong, Nico & Vinz

Billboard Dance/Club Chart - Sat, 09/13/2014 - 12:00am
Am I Wrong by Nico & Vinz ranks #18

19: Body Needs, Consuelo Costin

Billboard Dance/Club Chart - Sat, 09/13/2014 - 12:00am
Body Needs by Consuelo Costin ranks #19

20: Tear The Roof Up, Alesso

Billboard Dance/Club Chart - Sat, 09/13/2014 - 12:00am
Tear The Roof Up by Alesso ranks #20

21: Not Enough, John LePage Featuring Niki Haris

Billboard Dance/Club Chart - Sat, 09/13/2014 - 12:00am
Not Enough by John LePage Featuring Niki Haris ranks #21

22: Hideaway, Kiesza

Billboard Dance/Club Chart - Sat, 09/13/2014 - 12:00am
Hideaway by Kiesza ranks #22

23: Think About You, Jade Starling

Billboard Dance/Club Chart - Sat, 09/13/2014 - 12:00am
Think About You by Jade Starling ranks #23

24: Samba Do Mundo, Fatboy Slim Presents Gregor Salto Featuring Saxsymbol & Todorov

Billboard Dance/Club Chart - Sat, 09/13/2014 - 12:00am
Samba Do Mundo by Fatboy Slim Presents Gregor Salto Featuring Saxsymbol & Todorov ranks #24

25: Rather Be, Clean Bandit Featuring Jess Glynne

Billboard Dance/Club Chart - Sat, 09/13/2014 - 12:00am
Rather Be by Clean Bandit Featuring Jess Glynne ranks #25

Deadmau5′ “Some Chords” Gets Remixed By Dillon Francis

Your EDM - Fri, 09/12/2014 - 11:14pm

One of the most iconic songs in electronic music has received a fresh take from none other than Dillon Francis. Breathing new life into such a classic track, Dillon has turned it into a more festival friendly version that is sure to make people go wild. He manages to equally pay tribute to the original all the while making the song his own.

You can find a video of him playing the remix below, I hope he decides to release this like how he released his HBFS remix.

H/T: EDM.com

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Deadmau5′ “Some Chords” Gets Remixed By Dillon Francis

Datsik Puts A New Spin on Lana Del Rey’s “Ultraviolence”

Your EDM - Fri, 09/12/2014 - 9:56pm

Bass King of all things holy, Datsik, just put out this epic remix of Lana Del Rey’s “Ultraviolence” on his Firepower Records imprint. Normally known for his heavy bass crushing tunes, we see a different side of Datsik with this remix, who employs the use of more mellow bassline over the melody and vocals with a deeper Dubstep beat. This remix will no doubt have you listening all day as Datsik once again proves he can work within any genre of music and blend different styles into his own unique sound.

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Datsik Puts A New Spin on Lana Del Rey’s “Ultraviolence”

Dancing Astronaut does TomorrowWorld: 10 Opening Acts You Can’t Miss

Dancing Astronaut - Fri, 09/12/2014 - 7:42pm

Dancing Astronaut - house, electro, progressive, dubstep

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Dancing Astronaut Does TomorrowWorld: 10 Opening Acts You Can't Miss

It feels like it was only yesterday when Tomorrowland’s US expansion was first announced in February 2013 – news that made headlines all across the world in minutes. Now with its second birthday quickly approaching, electronic music fanatics are solely fixated on the final weekend of the month, during which time they will be invited to camp out, make lasting new friendships and see some of their favorite artists live for the first time. A 1:00am curfew is sure to suit festivalgoers well, particularly as many close out their evenings at the 400 foot long, 100 foot tall volcano-themed stage

In just a few weeks, young individuals from all over the world will fly into, drive or walk to Chattahoochee Hills, doing whatever it takes to flock together for yet another three-day weekend at one of America’s most prominent music festivals. While many can’t contain themselves at the thought of seeing Kaskade, Diplo, Bassnectar, Skrillex and Nicky Romero, there are also a handful of other, smaller artists who deserve an honorable mention. Currently at “opener” status, young producers such as Vindata, Slander, Valentino Khan and Cut Snake will be making earlier appearances throughout the festival. However, it is undeniable that the up-and-comers are the ones that will delineate the future of electronic dance music and thus must be discovered early on. These are the 10 opening acts that are must-sees.

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Vindata

“be shapeless, formless, like water…” – that is the mission statement of LA collective Vindata, which had its humble beginnings in 2010. As the pair are already scheduled to make select guest appearances during Skrillex’s Fall Tour and to perform at Texas’ Something Wicked, campers would be foolish not to emerge from their tents early to witness the musical magic that is Branden and Jared. In dabbling with genres along the lines of future bass and chill trap, the seasoned duo are hot off the heels of releasing their latest single alongside Sweater Beats and featuring Bella Hunter, “Where You Are,” which is sure to become a new TomorrowWorld favorite. 

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3Henry Fong

Florida native Henry Fong has been a rising figure in dance music for years now, fostering a busy itinerary with his biggest performances locked in at TomorrowWorld and Holy Ship!!! and smaller ones at nearly every American nightclub wedged in between. As such, he continues to grace the electro house scene with his hard-hitting originals and remixes, such as his “Takin’ It Back” or his free bootleg of “Terror Squad.” This year, Fong deserves far more than just a nod at his TomorrowWorld debut, as he will dish up a fruitful mixture of big-room records and mashups for Georgia’s eager pack.

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4Slander

We’ve told you about it before, but perhaps the message wasn’t clear: the heaven trap seed has been planted and is now cropping up at festivals all over the country. Derek Andersen and Scott Land proposed the notion several months back with their remix of “Don’t Leave,” but the sub-genre became “officially official” in August with the launch of the duo’s retouching of Arty’s “Up All Night.” Melodic trap combined with progressive synth structures will always remain dear to Slander, but don’t underestimate their talents just yet; the two also have a firm grasp on the enticing nature of festival trap and will not go lightly on their fans. 

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5Cut Snake

Cut Snake’s stage name might be closely related to DJ Snake, but their musical styles could not be at greater odds. The theory is that some of the more creative gems come from the Eastern Hemisphere, but this has been increasingly proven to be true when considering other Australian acts like Emoh Instead, Wave Racer and Motez. Having recently played at both locations of this year’s Made in America festival, the Gold Coast pair are only gaining relevance at a time in which deeper basslines are no longer the question, but the answer.

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6Oliver

It would only make sense that Oliver is composed of two young veterans by the name of Oliver - Oliver Goldstein and Vaughn Oliver. Their sound is futuristic, odd at times, but thankfully their peculiar leanings have never stopped the duo from producing what their hearts desired. Just in time for TomorrowWorld, Oliver’s “Light Years Away’ EP was released earlier this week on Fool’s Good, ensuring fans that they are busy at work on the production front. Oliver’s healthy dose of funk, nu-disco and electropop compose the giant mixing bowl of flavors that the duo have achieved over time, setting the stage for a savory set at TomorrowWorld this year.

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7Alesia

Alesia was already on the verge of stardom, but it wasn’t until their early 2013 collaboration alongside DJ Snake, “Bird Machine,” that their name seriously began to spread like wildfire across the electronic music sphere. Supported early on by one of dubstep’s most celebrated icons, Skrillex, the pair have stockpiled a rich assortment of remixes and originals, most recently “H.T” and their gritty refashioning of Jeremih’s “Don’t Tell Em.” Having long outgrown their protege standing, Alesia’s commanding use of hi hats and 808s manifests a departure from house music’s innocuous tendencies.

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8Jacob van Hage

Few are familiar with Dutch DJ and producer Jacob van Hage, but some may remember when Hardwell played the “festival killer,” “Panic,” on Hardwell On Air several months back. Produced alongside Halfway House, the track showcases the best of glitchy electro house and powerful progressive constructions that would set the tone at any festival of TomorrowWorld’s caliber. In addition to Revealed, Jacob also has a healthy relationship with Flashover Recordings; “Floorburn,” to be released via iTunes on October 6th, only adds to his impressive repertoire. Taking the decks during a 1:30pm time slot at Ferry Corsten’s ‘Full On Stage,’ Jacob’s set won’t be one to miss.

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9Valentino Khan

Having produced for hip hop artists B.o.B., T.I., and 2 Chainz and co-produced “Bubble Butt” with the help of Diplo, Valentino Khan is a man of many talents. It seems as though artists and fans alike can never get enough of the rising contender, who has most notably been supported by dance music pioneer, Skrillex. And thus, a friendship was born – one that helped make Khan’s most recent EP, “In Khan We Trust,” possible. The producer finds himself most at home when delivering fast-paced trap, tribal taps and relentless bass, promising to deliver an explosive set as a pre-game to the main event.

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10Isaac Tichauer

It’s not everyday that Isaac Tichauer releases new music, but when he does, it’s worth taking a listen. 2013 was all about his “Take Over You” EP, whereas in 2014 the spotlight shifted over to the Aussie’s “Changes/Questions” EP. The former is reminiscent of an uplifting house rendition of a lullaby, while the latter takes on the “big brother” role with more sinister taps and austere vocal samples. The untouchable talent, now housed within the French Express family, will undoubtedly make a top-mark impression during his 2014 TomorrowWorld debut. With endless possibilities in regards to track selection, fans can expect to to hear an inspiring set that defies expectations and transcends house music’s stale sound.

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11D.O.D.

In describing his musical approach as ‘Jump-Up Big Room House,’ Dan O’Donnell may become the new festival favorite for those seeking a more aggressive live performance. Just days from releasing his newest singles “Pop Pop” and “Brain Cells,” D.O.D. will be at no shortage of fresh music to showcase for the TomorrowWorld crowd. Now a more familiar name in dance music, O’Donnell is perhaps most recognizable for his work with Mixmash label head Laidback Luke – “Flashing Lights” – a middle-eastern inspired record that embodies a montage of poppy blows amongst rapid lifts and metallic layers. The Hysteria/Mixmash veteran is ready for TomorrowWorld – are you?

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Dancing Astronaut does TomorrowWorld: 10 Opening Acts You Can’t Miss was posted by Lizzie Renck, and appeared first on Dancing Astronaut.

Miley Cyrus Channels Rave Culture with ‘Dirty Hippie’ Kandi Art Collection

Your EDM - Fri, 09/12/2014 - 6:48pm

At New York Fashion Week, a place you will never see me and my Dickies/t-shirt get-up, Miley Cyrus showcased her new art collection called “Dirty Hippie.” Now, instead of psychedelic trinkets/attire that look like they could belong to a homeless person, she has gathered a bunch of kandi and other flamboyant pieces to make up the neon-colored collection, which was a collaboration with Jeremy Scott and her fans, who sent her many of the pieces that have been incorporated into this art installment. Among the eccentric pieces are a bong, small plastic toys, and a different kind of toy as well… Apparently, even a dildo made the cut. This nod to rave culture (save for the dildo, perhaps), whether or not on purpose, is at the very least neat to see at such a high profile event like NY Fashion Week. Even if it is a bit outrageous.

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Miley Cyrus Channels Rave Culture with ‘Dirty Hippie’ Kandi Art Collection

Bellagio Fountain Show In Las Vegas Features Tiësto

Your EDM - Fri, 09/12/2014 - 6:30pm

Photo courtesy of pommietravels.com

The Bellagio Fountain Show is a great way to experience a glamorous water, light and music show, without having to spend a penny! Even though it is in Las Vegas, it is complimentary (yes, hard to believe Las Vegas and complimentary in the same sentence!)

The show will feature music scores from Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Elton John, Celine Dion and Tiësto! This is a pretty diverse music selection, and it proves that edm is at the top of its popularity. The show will take place on September 17th.

This is Tiësto‘s first time to be featured in the Bellagio Fountain Show, along with the first time electronic music being used for the score. The crowd will be able to enjoy three tracks from Tiësto‘s fifth studio album, “A Town Called Paradise.”

Via: edmsauce.com

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Bellagio Fountain Show In Las Vegas Features Tiësto

Ellie Goulding – Beating Heart (Steve James Remix) [Free Download]

Dancing Astronaut - Fri, 09/12/2014 - 5:48pm

Dancing Astronaut - house, electro, progressive, dubstep

Inauguration into the AXIS mix series and a steady stream of remixes are just two of the factors that have made Steve James a North American prospect bent on giving the big room sound a twist. Off the heels of official remix duties for Zhu’s “Faded,” the Pittsburgh upstart takes on Ellie Goulding‘s unmistakable vocal assets with the versatile stamina that has made him essential listening throughout the past 12 months. James treads respectfully over “Beating Heart’s” striking topline, ascending with steady melodic aptitude and apexing with enough energy to make the remix relevant to the modern market without bending to its more tedious hallmarks. It isn’t progressive in the conventional sense, but James’ remix shows where a fork has been placed in the road of this popular sound. Steve James is making accessible yet technically refined big room like few others on the beat right now, extending his impressive streak into the final quarter of 2014 with considerable force.

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Dancing Astronaut presents Axis episode 120: Mixed by Coone

Dancing Astronaut - Fri, 09/12/2014 - 5:40pm

Dancing Astronaut - house, electro, progressive, dubstep

Coone is the latest artist to toughen up the musical landscape for Dancing Astronaut’s AXIS guest mix series. The Belgian hard style don has long been a luminary to the underdog genre and its burgeoning global fan base, the prolific collaborator and globe-trotting advocate has done himself little discredit with the doors opened by his firm yet versatile take on the sound. For fans both new and old, this 60-minute showdown captures the essence and beauty of Coones mass appeal, with new material joining established festival favorites and choice external cuts to showcase the makings of a master at work on the hardstyle circuit.

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Dancing Astronaut presents Axis episode 120: Mixed by Coone was posted by Dan Roy Carter, and appeared first on Dancing Astronaut.

Sebell – Promiseland (Stint Remix) [Free Download]

Your EDM - Fri, 09/12/2014 - 4:53pm

I had a three hour class at eight in the morning, so when I got home, I just wanted to space out to some quality tunes. I picked a song, Stint‘s remix of “Promiseland,” and hit play. When the song was over, instead of letting shuffle do it’s duty, I clicked back. Knowing that would be what happened after another (about) four minutes, I decided to just click repeat instead. Begin the session of big chilling, which could also be called the session of appreciating the shit out of an absolutely perfect remix. Either or works. From beginning to end your ears are in the zone, absorbing the many beautiful pieces that construct this production. Thanks to Sebell, a kalimba, Stint’s friend Hannah and the man himself, this song was able to come to fruition. Get the free download, you’ll want it.

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Source: Sebell – Promiseland (Stint Remix) [Free Download]

Madonna On Stage With Diplo & Skrillex

Your EDM - Fri, 09/12/2014 - 4:20pm

So, apparently Madonna can DJ. Or so, that’s what has been covered by websites since an Instagram video has surfaced from Jeremy Scott’s after party with her on stage with Diplo and Skrillex. One thing I don’t see her do in the video is DJ, though. She’s in the booth dancing while the two producers do their thing, but apparently that is enough to count as Djing these days. Numerous sites, including Billboard, stated that she Djed the after party. That totally could be true, however, no other evidence has been brought forward regarding the matter, which brings into question why the headlines stated that she played and that she even had skills (not saying she doesn’t). Luckily, we have this, along with some extra information regarding two of the individuals in the video. Skrillex is not one of them.

Diplo has been in the studio with Madonna, who is currently working on her album, which is set to be released in 2015. The random white dude who be everywhere has had studio time with her in the past and some material from these two will make it on the album. It has yet to be established whether or not he is one of the executive producers, however, the simple fact that they have music together is good enough for me.

She’s currently in the studio with Diplo and having a lot of fun
- Guy Oseary (Madonna’s Manager)

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Madonna On Stage With Diplo & Skrillex

Alesso debuts official ‘Tear The Roof Up’ video via Snapchat

Dancing Astronaut - Fri, 09/12/2014 - 3:39pm

Dancing Astronaut - house, electro, progressive, dubstep

Giving fans a sneak peak of his latest music video through innovative messaging platform Snapchat, Alesso brings forth an overly stimulating visual storyline that succeeds in both its marketing and artistic direction. By giving fans immediate access to the video’s launch on Snapchat, Alesso enabled it to see wider initial outreach when compared to the usual promotion lanes. Quickly premiered in full on Vevo following the promotional launch, “Tear The Roof Up” and it’s accompanied visuals place Alesso in the spotlight of electronic music and have fans clamoring for the next single from the celebrated game-changer.

Purchase: iTunes

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Alesso debuts official ‘Tear The Roof Up’ video via Snapchat was posted by Eric Zwilling, and appeared first on Dancing Astronaut.

Calvin Harris Continues Record-Breaking Streak

Your EDM - Fri, 09/12/2014 - 3:12pm

Calvin Harris has been in the news quite a bit recently with a continuous record-breaking streak. Just a few days ago our favorite Scottish DJ and producer became the first ever British solo act to pass 1 billion plays on Spotify, and today Calvin hit the number 1 worldwide spot in record time. In the short span of 3 days, Calvin’s latest single “Blame” hit the number 1 most popular single on Spotify. The collaboration with John Newman has witnessed global success since its official release on September 7th and it will surely be played continuously at events and festivals throughout the globe in the near future.

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Calvin Harris Continues Record-Breaking Streak

Your EDM Premiere: Ravolution – The Night Is Ours [Free Download]

Your EDM - Fri, 09/12/2014 - 2:52pm

“The Night Is Ours” is going to be your Friday anthem. Premiered right here, the new Ravolution original is jam packed with the necessities for a raging listener or more likely, listeners. This sort of heavy electro house is just what I like to expose my ears to when I’m looking for some quality four-to-the-floor tracks. It has a festival structure and appeal, although not over the top, which makes this great for a crowd atmosphere. I wish, a million times over, that this is what hit the mainstage crowds when they attend festivals. Ravolution don’t let up and give you a song to remember. The title and track will ring through your mind and every time you go out to party, you’ll think one thing: The Night Is Ours. Get the tune for free through the following link. More music is coming soon, so be ready for the update!

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Source: Your EDM Premiere: Ravolution – The Night Is Ours [Free Download]

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