Archive for 10월, 2011

Franz Novotny is a young Swedish producer living in Paris. Very talented, his first release is signed on the prestigious Australian Vicious Records. The track is called Crunchand it is already supported by Style Of Eye,Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Vandalism,Swanky Tunes, Hard Rock Sofa, DJ Ralph, Markus Binapfl (Big World), Digital LAB, Christian Luke, Tom Geiss, Ken Loi, Pedro Henriques, Deniz Koyu, Stuffa, Paul Ahi, Romeo Blanco, Fareoh, SAL, Chris Melin, Alex Shaje and more! Franz Novotny got another track named Big Bang supported and played by Kaskade at Noctural Wonderland : Franz Novotny vs Kaskade – Be Still Big Bang (Kaskade Mash Up). Crunch is due to be out on October 24th. Stay Tuned.

Franz Novotny – Crunch (Original Mix) 

Franz Novotny – Crunch (SAL Remix) 

Franz Novotny – Crunch (Digital LAB Remix) 

After the smash success of the third annual Electric ZooMade Event is pleased to announce that Early Bird passes for Electric Zoo 2012 go on sale today at 1 p.m. EDT. Buy your Early Bird pass at The supply is very limited, so don’t miss out! Electric Zoo 2012 will take place at Randall’s Island Park, NYC, on Labor Day Weekend, August 31 to September 2, 2012.

The Official Electric Zoo 2011 Recap Video has just been released! Recapture a glimpse of the magic that was Electric Zoo 2011 in this official post-festival recap video, just released today on our Youtube channel.

Electric Zoo 2011 Line Up





A couple of days ago Afrojack put out a status of his facebook wall quoting “If this gets 1500 likes I will play all my new tunes of Jacked” not only did this post get 1500 likes, but it got it in about 15 minuets. This goes to show you the magnitude of the Afrojack fan-base. So we have a bunch of new Afrojacktracks to preview for you that not only have great quality but are amazing. This track called Can’t Stop Me Now is by Afrojack & Shermanology, and been hyped by the beautiful vocals and amazing synths that will blow your mind. This is the follow up to the previous release between the trio andAfrojack called Grindin‘ which was also released on Wall Recordings. The track has been confirmed to be released onAfrojack’s Wall Recordings, sadly this track does not have a release date, but be ready in the next few months Afrojack and Shermanology have been tweeting about the track that it will be out soon. This is going to be one of the greatest Wall releases of all time.


Toronto-based Mark Mendes strikes once again with an amazing track called Flashing Lights. With pure electronic influences and emotional melody lines, this high energy track delivers more than we could ever ask for in a dance floor destroyer! Launched to destroy all the crowds over the world, Mark Mendes has already did it with Telos available through Starter Recordings. Indeed, he featured with previous releases on ToolroomMinistry of Sound,SubliminalCR2Flamingo, and with official remixes under his belt done for Martin Solveig and Fedde Le Grand, it’s quite evident why he has caught the attention of many. Check out notably Beneath You,Tokyo 207 with Mike Jacinto and BOMcollaboration with Alex Kenji.

Mark has spent the last two years developing his record label, Starter Records. In addition,Mark began his own syndicated radio show Starter Sessions in 2010 and now is syndicated all over the world on channels in over 20 countries. Mark’s radio show has received rave reviews, as he takes listeners all over the world with him by recording his international DJ sets. In all of his DJ sets, Mark delivers crowd pleasing DJ sets and really connects with the crowd, whether he’s live at a massive festival or playing a more intimate venue.

Led by the previously released Turn It Down and Eyes singles, Kaskade releases his seventh artist album. Unfolding a bunch of new collaborations and sounds, including those that have fuelled the American DJ and producer’s strike into progressive house to be voted the best DJ of America. Debuting his first album in 2003, it was not until the indenture with Ultra Records in 2006 that the rise of Kaskade truly took off, leading him into a placing amongst modern-day’s most highly-rated DJ’s in terms of electronic dance music. Although last year’s ”Dynasty” album was arguably his most  ground-breaking to date, ”Fire & Ice” is already seeing immensely successful charting placings acceded by the aforementioned single releases of 2011. Brilliantly divided into two discs – one for the hottest of club sounds and one for alternate, downtempo ICE mixes on each and everyone of the 10 singles featured – his 2011 album is already exceling previous year’s triumphs with a handful creative tenderings.

Boasting a craft unlike what people may expect out of a jointed making from the divine Kaskade and Skrillex,Lick It debunks an instantly memorable blend of the 70’s most ravishing disco sounds and wobbling, dubstep-influenced chords to form a momentous contribution to the evolution of electronic dance music and the more experimental records off the new double-album.

Filled with a soulful and utmostly emotional chord progression, tipped with the silky voice of Becky Jean Williams from Late Night Alumni, the Illionois-raised Ryan Raddon teams up with Germany’s probably most underrated duo, Inpetto, for the characteristic How Long.

Also armed with blistering chords in conjunction with Rebecca & Fiona’s glorious vocals to make up Turn It Down, the amazingly feel-good progressive piece with Mindy Gledhill that is Eyes and a bunch of collaborations with Dada LifeSkylar GreyHaley and more, the seventh artist album out from Kaskade is finally released.

Kaskade – Fire & Ice (Album) [Ultra Records] – iTunes Link


Disc 1 – Fire

01. Kaskade feat. Mindy Gledhill – Eyes
02. Kaskade feat. Rebecca & Fiona – Turn It Down
03. Kaskade feat. Neon Trees – Lessons In Love
04. Kaskade & Skrillex – Lick It
05. Kaskade feat. Haley – Llove
06. Kaskade feat. Marcus Bently – Let Me Go
07. Kaskade feat. Quadron – Waste Love
08. Kaskade & Dada Life feat. Dan Black – ICE
09. Kaskade & Inpetto feat. Late Night Alumni – How Long
10. Kaskade feat. Skylar Grey – Room For Happiness

Disc 2 – Ice

01. Kaskade feat. Mindy Gledhill – Eyes (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
02. Kaskade feat. Rebecca & Fiona – Turn It Down (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
03. Kaskade feat. Neon Trees – Lessons In Love (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
04. Kaskade & Skrillex – Lick It (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
05. Kaskade feat. Haley – Llove (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
06. Kaskade feat. Marcus Bently – Let Me Go (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
07. Kaskade feat. Quadron – Waste Love (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
08. Kaskade & Dada Life feat. Dan Black – ICE (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
09. Kaskade & Inpetto feat. Late Night Alumni – How Long (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
10. Kaskade feat. Skylar Grey – Room For Happiness (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)

Kaskade feat. Mindy Gledhill – Eyes

Kaskade & Inpetto with Late Night Alumni – How Long

Having reached utmost eminence with the release of Barbra Streisand in late 2010, A-Trak and Armand Van Helden team up as the experimental duo outfit, Duck Sauce to present the follow-up to last year’s major. Much alike Barbra Streisand, Big Bad Wolf is a distinguished and catchy submission to the industry, certain to bring fame to the New York-stationed duo whose offerings have been getting peerless recognition from all across the globe. They’ve earlier aimed for worldwide domination within the modern disco scene and as many producers have been following in their footprints lately, the duo has decided to reclaim pole position with another joint for the out-and-out fans of the more experimental touch of electronic music. As premiered by Annie Mac in her weekly show on BBC Radio 1, the chunky and bumpy beats of Big Bad Wolf are now out via English-based 3Beat Records!

Duck Sauce – Big Bad Wolf [3Beat Records] – Beatport Link

Fairly reminiscent to Reder 8’s Amazing single, Romeo Blanco releases a playful and effing gorgeous piece as his second single on Funkerman and Fedde Le Grand’s Flamingo Recordings. Although his name and accomplishments may not be as well acknowledged as the ancient Hadrian’s wall, the Antwerp-raised Blanco has surely proven to be as talented. As his production knack and creativeness come together yet again for his third ever single record, named Universal Love, the impact caused on behalf of Belgium resident continues to thrive with this harmonic effort currently spearing the thick walls of dance music aristocracy. With light and snug progressive chords making up the break-down of Flamingo’s newest acquisition to be replaced with impelling kicks and high-pitched tones, the record imprint of Funkerman and Fedde Le Grand returns from Deniz Koyu’s Hertz single for this sweet release.

Romeo Blanco – Universal Love [Flamingo Recordings] – Beatport Link

Formerly unveiled as early as January, this sought-after disco offering from Enzio & Emilio is finally getting released. Borrowing heavily from the sounds that originated huge waves during the 70’s and 80’s, Soul Train is a tune that’s seriously going to make you move. Not only is it a vital asset to the on-going come-back of the disco scene, that basically is the origin of everything House music, but Soul Train has got a more soulful feel to it. Having the unremitting grooves make up its simple but brilliant structure, graced with its filtered vocal loop, the new track from the Bonsu brothers is another feel-good enacting of why disco belongs at the forefront.

Enzio & Emilio – Soul Train [BonBon Records] – iTunes Link

Daniel Tervaniemi and Karl Palmblad, who combined make up Don Palm, have become a recognizable pair lately as an upshot to the emittances of their remixes on In The Sunshine and There 4 You this year. Having defined themselves as an energetic duo with vigorous live sets and euphoric club offerings being their indisputable forte, the Sweden-bred pair out the second mix of their newly launched monthly series of mixtapes. This one features their selection of the hottest releases over the past month, including the Fedde Le Grand remix on Paradise, Moguai’s revision of Fatboy Slim’s Ya Mama (Push The Tempo) classic, Deniz Koyu’s follow-up to Tung, named Hertz, Zedd’s – Shave It release on Owsla, the Alesso remix of Good Love, a couple of astounding mash-ups and a Don Palm interpretation of Adele’s flawless Someone Like You.



01. Hard Rock Sofa – True Emotion [Spinnin] w/ Pendulum – The Island (Steve Angello, AN21 & Max Vangeli Remix) [Size / One More Tune]
02. Adele – Someone Like You (Don Palm Edit) [White Label]
03. Coldplay – Paradise (Fedde Le Grand Remix) [Toolroom]
04. Deniz Koyu – Hertz [Flamingo]
05. Arty – Kate [Ajunabeats] w/ Fragma – Toca’s Miracle (Acappella) [Orbit] (Don Palm Mash-up)
06. Skrillex – Rock N Roll (Will Take You To The Mountain) [Mau5trap]
07. Fatboy Slim vs. Moguai – Ya Mama (Push The Tempo) [Skint]
08. R3hab & Swanky Tunes feat. Max C – Sending My Love (Don Palm Edit) [Wall]
09. Skylar Grey – Invisible (Dirty South Remix) [Interscope]
10. John Dahlback – Overdose [Spinnin]
11. Zedd – Shave It [Owsla]
12. DEVolution feat. Amy Pearson – Good Love (Alesso Remix) [One More Tune]

His rather dingy submissions to the progressive house music scene has helped him become a highly-valued contributor and the essential talent of Flamingo Recordings this year. And rightfully so; since the hugely supported Tung! and Hydra engaged clubland around mid-summer, the progression of the now Holland residing Deniz Koyu has been nothing lately, if not successful. Teaming up with the Swedish wunderkid, Johan Wedel, for the vital remix on James Blunt’s Dangerous which has been utmostly congenial to the grandest of DJ’s, David Guetta, Swedish House Mafia and Tiësto included, ones that may not have paid recognition in the past are certain to have opened up their aural hollows for everything Deniz Koyu this year. As he returns from the wildly demanded Hertz, a sample of his stupendous take on the last single release from KaskadeTurn It Down, has surfaced, courtesy of an exclusively given radio spin by none other than Tiësto in his Club Life show.

Borrowing the main chords of the original and the sing-along vocals from Rebecca & Fiona, the framing of the newest production out from Koyu is utterly qualitative and well-made as he adds his God-like build-up with cut-offs and grubby chords to merge into a mighty piece of club-banging qualities, also starring his brilliantly tailored kicks. It’s coming up soon on Ultra Records along with a few other remixes as well, have a listen!