Nick Double & Sam O Neall – Live Life (Original Mix)

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New on my radar, Nick Double & Sam O Neall drop an uplifting progressive house banger “Live Life” via Spinnin Records, and it’s your pick me up for this gray Tuesday! With current support from Martin Garrix, Hardwell, David Guetta, Afrojack, and more, “Live Life” is turning into EDM’s new “YOLO.” The one thing I love about dance music, is its ability to touch people’s lives, and inspire. I’m not the biggest fans of big crowds, but when you see an ocean of people smiling, happy,  and dancing, you know music has the power to change lives, and overall change the world. There’s a reason as to why this tune was one of the most played track at Tomorrowland, so let loose with this one, and enjoy! This is a must listen and a must download!

Beatport: Nick Double & Sam O Neall – Live Life (Original Mix)

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DA Premiere: Jason Derulo feat. Snoop Dogg – Wiggle (TWRK Remix)

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New York City-based production duo TWRK continues to push and redefine the lines between trap and dance stylings with their latest piece. Showcasing an impressive catalog of genre-bending remixes with sharp hip-hop and R&B influences, it should come as no surprise that Benzi and Esentrik have been green lit to take on pop star Jason Derulo’s “Wiggle” featuring veteran Snoop Dogg. TWRK have championed an unmatched ability for assimilating contagious vocal and instrumental loops into their production for some extra creative edge, and flex this very magic on the minimal yet bass-heavy original Top 40 hit. By masterfully manipulating some of the song’s vocal samples into the remix’s lead sound, TWRK molds an absolutely provocative, booty-working club creation. With their remix of “Wiggle” finally released on Warner Bros. Records, it may not take long for more high-profile and pop artists to wait in line for the TWRK treatment.

Purchase: iTunes

Read More TWRK:
Good Morning Mix: TWRK invades the Diplo and Friends airwaves with a rowdy hour long set [Free Download]
GTA ft. Diplo – Boy Oh Boy (TWRK Edit) [Free Download]
Le Youth – Dance With Me (TWRK Remix) [Preview]

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Martin Volt & Quentin State – Rush (Original Mix)

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Much like their last release on Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings, Martin Volt & Quentin State‘s newest original mix arrives on Beatport with quite a bit of fanfare in tow. Premiered by the label’s founder at Ultra Music Festival, the original mix steers clear of the pair’s melodic tendencies in favor of a much darker tone. “Rush” immediately employs a synth that holds nothing back as the first of three plateaus come and go.

Purchase: Beatport

Read More:

Martin Volt & Quentin State team up with Burgundy’s for “Conspiracy.”

Sultan + Ned Shepard team up with The Boxer Rebellion.

Nicky Romero takes on John Christian’s “Next Level.”

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Imagine Music Festival reveals final artist lineup with Fedde Le Grand, Adventure Club, Excision, and more

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After the successful introduction of TomorrowWorld into the Atlanta market, IRIS Presents has announced the launch of Imagine Music Festival scheduled to take place this Labor Day weekend (August 30th and 31st) in Atlanta at the Historic Old Fourth Ward Park & Masquerade Music Park. The 17-acre venue features an amphitheater, skate park, and splash fountain which is where the mainstage is set to be held. The two-day festival features the likes of Fedde Le Grand, Excision, Adventure Club, Destroid, Rusko, Paper Diamond, among others. Early bird tickets are on sale now, for the affordable price of $100 for the weekend.

The entire lineup is located below:

Purchase tickets here.

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Alesia – H.T

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FNT favorites Alesia dropped the first track off the much anticipated Filet Mignon Volume 2 mixtape presented by Parisian super group Point Point, and it’s a monster! The track will be available for free download on Thursday when the mixtape drops, and having heard the project, I can already tell ya’ll that the music world might not yet be ready for what’s about to happen once it drops. With support from Porter Robinson, Skrillex, DJ Snake, and more, I can guarantee you come Thursday, Filet Mignon is all you’ll be talking about. Wild out, this is the future. This is a must listen and a must download!

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EDX – No Excuses 178

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EDX is one of my favorite producers at the moment, and I’m proud to announce this week we’ve teamed up with the Swiss producer to bring you his 178th edition of No Excuses, which includes tracks by Mark Knight, Coldplay, Marcus Schossow, Cash Cash, Zedd, Katy Tiz, David Guetta and more! Being my favorite producer/DJ, it’s only right that I encourage you guys to vote for the leader of the Helvetic Nerds on DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJ list. If you haven’t already you can vote by clicking here. Press play,  and get lost to this week’s best progressive house music on the planet! This is a must listen, a must download, and you can catch the full tracklist after the jump!

Free Download: EDX – No Excuses 178

01: The Aston Shuffle – Back & Forth (Nora En Pure Remix) [Universal]
02: Tough Love – Dreams (Panda Remix) [Toolroom]
03: Nora En Pure & Sons Of Maria – Uruguay (Original Mix) [Enormous tunes]
04: Classixx featuring Karl Dixon – Into the Valley (Julio Bashmore Remix) [Defected]
05: Coldplay – A Sky Full Of Stars (Disciples Remix)
06: EDX – Make Me Feel Good [Sirup/EnormousTunes]
07: Mark Knight – In & Out [Toolroom]
08: EDX vs Zedd – Stay for Air (The BeatThiefs Bootleg) [promo]
09: Marcus Schossow vs Cash Cash vs Ryan Tedder – Calling Universe Home (I Am Sam Smashup) [Promo]
10: Katy Tiz – The Big Bang (Inpetto Remix) [Bigbeat]
11: Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams (Felix Leiter’s Respect to the Swedes Remix) [Promo]
12: David Guetta ft Sam Martin – Lovers On The Sun (Stadiumx Remix) [BigBeat]
13: Swanky Tunes feat. Raign – Fix Me (Original Mix) [Sirup]

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Electric Zoo 2014 welcomes inaugural Beatport Stage

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Beatport, one of electronic music’s primary virtual hubs, will for the first time in Electric Zoo history host its own stage at the 6th annual festival. With both the festival’s producer, Made Event, and Beatport huddling under the SFX Entertainment umbrella, this year’s partnership makes obvious sense for both brands.

This Labor Day weekend, Beatport will take over the Riverside stage featuring a wide variety of artists including Gesaffelstein, Late Night Alumni, Been Trill, Gorgon City and UZ. The full lineup for the Beatport stage can be viewed below:

Friday, August 29th:
Gesaffelstein (DJ set)
Jamie XX
Bonobo (DJ set)
Fehrplay
Gorgon City
Jeremy Olander
Tensnake
Saturday, August 30th:
Paul van Dyk
Cosmic Gate
BT
Felix Cartal
Late Night Alumni
Le Castle Vania
Robbie Rivera
Sick Individuals
Swanky Tunes
Sunday, August 31st:
Chase & Status
Netsky
Been Trill
Heroes x Villians
Kove
Loudpvck
Milo & Otis
UZ
What So Not

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Eric Prydz – Liberate (The Remixes)

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March saw Eric Prydz return to his renowned Pryda Recordings imprint on immaculate form courtesy of progressive masterpiece “Liberate.” With a landmark summer stretch still unfolding and such further landmarks as his inaugural stint at Madison Square Garden still ahead, a diverse run of European talents pay homage to the Swedish maestro with two striking renditions of the single for the track’s final hurdle. Recent Anjuna champion and melodic club advocate Lane 8 is first to bat for the major label package, who lands off the heels of his remix of “Sticky Fingers” with a reassuringly summer-primed rendition of the Prydz original. Gentle melodic progressions and sweeping grooves carry “Liberate” into a bright and Balearic peak, one that speaks wonders of the maturity his sound has taken over the past couple of years. British kingpins Matrix & Futurebound make with their fluid drum & bass stylings with maximal impact, balancing the original’s uplifting resonance with that high-adrenaline sound that has poised them as market leaders here in 2014. There was little chance of topping Prydz’s meteoric rendition, but both remixes collect to bring a much deserved new shelf life back to a true masterpiece from the Swedish icon.

 

Purchase: Beatport 

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Tom Petty dismisses EDM: ‘It’s a drug party’

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It’s no secret that Tom Petty finds genres like hip-hop, metal and EDM to be “plastic computer music,” or so he claimed in a recent interview with USA Today.

Just days before releasing his thirteenth studio album with The Heartbreakers, Hypnotic Eye, Petty spoke out on topics such as the music production process, religion, politics and MP3s vs CDs. He was also quick to attack electronic dance music, condemning the genre for its heavy drug culture and frequent deaths.

“Watch people play records? That’s stupid. You couldn’t pay me to go. I’m not oversimplifying it. That’s what’s going on. I don’t think it would be any fun without the drugs. It’s a drug party.”

Petty’s low opinion of the scene is only amplified by festivals such as Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas, going so far as to reference in his interview the two attendees who passed away due to drug overdoses. He feels as though festival organizers are automatically setting themselves up for disaster by gathering hundreds of thousands of young adults in a Las Vegas desert, questioning whether money prevails over morality.

“You take that many kids to Vegas in the summer, what could go wrong? I knew it as soon as I saw the ad. I went, ‘Ooh, dead people.’ Do you need the money so bad that you’ll put some kid’s life at risk?”

It is possible that Petty’s qualms about EDM may be rooted in his disappointment with popular culture, having come to terms with the fact that rock has been “elbowed to the side.”

Via: USA Today

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Live sets from Tomorrowland’s Weekend Two wrap up the 2014 edition

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Believe it or not, Tomorrowland‘s extensive 2014 edition has finally come to an end. As international partiers from every corner of the world pack their bags and begin to head home, we bring you a little something to keep the magic alive for just a bit longer. While the artists remained the same as Weekend One, many new artist sets have surfaced since Tomorrowland’s first weekend, and those that arise again are guaranteed a glossy makeover for the second round. Take a listen for yourself and find your favorite Tomorrowland Weekend Two set below.

Adam Beyer:

Adrian Lux:

Aly and Fila b2b John O’Callaghan:

AN21 and Max Vangeli:

Armin van Buuren:

Barkermat:

Bassjackers b2b Shermanology:

Benny Benassi:

Blasterjaxx:

Borgore:

Carl Cox:

Carnage:

Chuckie:

Cosmic Gate:

Dannic:

David Guetta:

Dirtyphonics:

Dyro:

DVBBS:

Ellen Allien:

Fedde Le Grand:

Ferry Corsten:

Firebeatz:

Hardwell:

Jamie Jones:

Julian Jordan:

Kaskade:

Klingande:

Knife Party:

Krewella:

Kygo:

Laidback Luke:

Maceo Plex:

Markus Schultz:

Markus Schultz b2b Cosmic Gate:

Martin Garrix:

Martin Solveig:

NERVO:

Nicky Romero:

Nicole Moudaber:

Oliver Heldens:

Paul Kalkbrener:

Paul Van Dyk:

R3hab:

Sander van Doorn:

Seth Troxler:

Sied Van Riel:

Steve Aoki:

Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano:

Superman, Spiderman, and Batman (Laidback Luke, Ryan Marciano, Sunnery James, Dyro, Chuckie):

Sven Vath:

Tiësto:

Tiësto b2b Hardwell:

Tommy Trash:

Uberjack’d:

Wankelmut:

Wolf Pack:

W&W:

Yellow Claw:

Yves V:

More:

Tomorrowland live sets arrive in time to relive weekend one

Tomorrowland named top festival with heaviest ticket demand in the world, market for weekend two rise

DA’s Best of Instagram: Tomorrowland Edition

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