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MAKJ’s Artist of TheFuture.fm Mix

by on Oct 17, 2014 in EDM News, House, New Music

MAKJ’s Artist of TheFuture.fm Mix

L.A’s best house spinner MAKJ paired up with the future (no pun intended) of online radio recently to deliver you one bumping mix for your weekend. One of my favorite genuine DJs, MAKJ always knows how to keep a crowd jumping, and the combination of catchy electro house, nostalgia bootlegs, and well whatever he’s feeling at the time gets thrown in with flawless transition. Would you expect anything different, especially on the awesome new format that thefuture.fm is bringing? If you haven’t checked it out yet, it’s...

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Quintino Releases Mortal Kombat Themed Teaser Video

by on Oct 17, 2014 in House, New Music

Quintino Releases Mortal Kombat Themed Teaser Video

Halloween is right around the corner, and if you are still without a costume look no further than Quintino’s short teaser video for his upcoming edit of Pep & Rash’s ‘Fatality’. The video follows several people around the streets of NYC who are dressed in full Mortal Kombat attire, imitating their best Mortal Kombat moves. It’s a great video and a super catchy track that really gets you in the Halloween mood. The track originally premiered by Pete Tong on BBC Radio One back in late September, and will be...

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Porter Robinson – Worlds Live Tour (Episode 1 & 2)

by on Oct 17, 2014 in EDM News, Video

Porter Robinson – Worlds Live Tour (Episode 1 & 2)

As Porter Robinson has been traveling across North America, continuing his first ever live tour for his genre-breaking album of the year, Worlds, he has released numerous videos and photographs from the tour. Which is only to be expected, after all, Porter has said the Worlds Live Tour is about much more than Worlds (and his prior music), and anybody who has had the pleasure of witnessing the tour firsthand would agree, the tour is all about a unique visual element for the music. Porter’s Worlds Live Tour is an experience like no other,...

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Cash Cash – Surrender (Tritonal Remix)

by on Oct 17, 2014 in New Music, Progressive, Remix

Cash Cash – Surrender (Tritonal Remix)

The more the merrier when it comes to this recent hit! The duo Tritonal takes on the trio Cash Cash’s new track, ‘Surrender’. You may have already heard a snippet of this track on Tritonal 069. This remix has everything you love from Dave and Chad, including a majestic piano melody to compliment the vocals to a Progressive, slightly grindy sound on the drops. Tritonal has given ‘Surrender’ the perfect touch on this remix by giving it a whole new sound, without taking away the energetic feel you get from the...

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The M Machine Get Goofy With “Just Like”

by on Oct 17, 2014 in House, Indie Dance, New Music

The M Machine Get Goofy With “Just Like”

Normally, when it comes to The M Machine and their music, they cover a wide base of both beauty and beast: from electro-house scorchers and chiptune-infused moombahcore, to whimsical synth-pop and pensive downtempo. And normally, The M Machine further distinguish themselves in the EDM scene by centering their music on elaborate story concepts to enrich its artistic worth and push it beyond your average dance music. This new M Machine track, though, is anything but normal. Though the trio has been rigorously working on their debut album for...

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Following Light – Wiz (Meeke Remix)

by on Oct 17, 2014 in New Music

Following Light – Wiz (Meeke Remix)

A bit different kind of electronic track from California producer, Meeke. From the introduction to the very last seconds of the track, “Following Light” is composed with all sorts of sounds intertwining together to create an eerily unique piece. This track is a great  demonstration of Meeke’s ability to produce heavily diverse and deep synths that all seem to blend beautifully as one. With various buildups, drops galore and a deep bassline this track is a standalone piece in itself. The producer himself, or itself, is a bit...

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Treasure Island Music Festival 2014 Preview

by on Oct 17, 2014 in Event

Treasure Island Music Festival 2014 Preview

Pink skies, the sun setting over the Bay, the San Francisco skyline in the background, all set to the sound of amazing music from some of the top stars in the game. This weekend will be my 4th year attending Treasure Island Music Festival, and I could not be more excited. Taking place on a small island halfway between San Francisco and the East Bay, Treasure Island is an annual festival put on by production companies Noise Pop and Another Planet Entertainment. Nearing the end of festival season, Treasure Island is like a breath of fresh air:...

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Serenity – Itachi

by on Oct 17, 2014 in Glitch, New Music

Serenity – Itachi

Here’s some of the most uplifting, feel-good glitch hop you will likely hear! Check out this new tune from Serenity called “Itachi,” featuring some light, soulful melodies that are meshed together beautifully with some futuristic glitch hop and bass. This one will be out October 29th on Solstice Records. This tune stays at a mid tempo pace but delivers some quick breaks and beats that keep you on your feet. Per usual, Serenity drops some glitch that hits hard with some grungy bass. It’s another classic from the up...

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Mat Zo Admits To Ghost Mixing Some Of His Podcasts

by on Oct 17, 2014 in EDM News

Mat Zo Admits To Ghost Mixing Some Of His Podcasts

A few days ago, Mat Zo admitted that many of his Mat Zo Mixes have been “ghost mixed.” Mat Zo admits to feeling bad about using another producer/DJ to produce his own shows. While ghost producing and ghost mixing is not a new concept, Mat Zo admits that most of your favorite mixtapes are indeed ghost mixed. Read his confession below: Ive had a few of my radio shows ghost mixed, and I feel disconnected and lost. How do people with ghost producers not kill themselves? — Mat Zo (@Mat_Zo_MRSA) October 13, 2014 In fact, all my...

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Parody Site Reveals The Bottom 100 DJs of 2014

by on Oct 17, 2014 in EDM News

Parody Site Reveals The Bottom 100 DJs of 2014

Back in July, the parody site ‘Bottom 100 DJs’ revealed that they will begin taking votes on who you think was the worst DJs of the year. We expected to see names like Paris Hilton, Pauly D and Justin Bieber to make the list, but were surprised to see artists such as Fedde Le Grand, Zedd and Axwell to make the list. Here are the Bottom 100 DJs list below: deadmau5 Paris Hilton Pauly D David Guetta Steve Aoki Martin Garrix Hardwell Tiesto Avicii Aiden Jude Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Justin Bieber Dada...

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