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Thursday
Sep262013

5 Sets You Don't Want to Miss at Tomorrowworld

Damian Lazarus (Friday 8:30 PM @ Deep End)

London-born, LA-based Damian Lazarus has a remarkable knack for focusing the rhythm. First finding his big break back in '03 with his first gig at Barcelona's famed Sonar Festival, Damian has been blasting the sound from the subwoofers through people's bloodstreams for the greater part of the millennium, and tomorrow he's back to make your knees buckle. Reading a crowd and unraveling the sound as he goes, Lazarus is an international DJ in every sense, adapting for the masses from the Black Rock Desert at Burning Man to the shadowy terraces of Ibiza. 

Frontliner (Friday 11:00 PM @ Q-Dance)

The Europeans have made it very clear that a successful American Hardstyle revival is one of their top priorities. To that end, topping off the madness on Tomorrowworld's opening night is none other than the "Weekend Warriors'" biggest advocate: Frontliner. Hailing from the Netherlands, Barry Drooger holds the key to unlocking those stiff legs of yours and getting the shuffling started, so if you like a good workout at your shows you won't want to pass this one up.

Codes (Saturday 3:30 PM @ Fool's Gold Clubhouse)

Acid disco is this brave Brooklyn jockey's self-pioneered sound and it's been working wonders for him lately. With a hefty peppering of kick drums hitting a truly clever balance of the low end, this guy's captivated audiences from HARD Los Angeles to Camp Bisco with his trademark self-proclaimed "Codes House." There's this elusive time in the afternoon where the sun's beating down on all the partying people that makes this kind of sound really go off and ID&T picked just that time. 

Treasure Fingers (Saturday 7:30 PM @ Fool's Gold Clubhouse)

This Saturday Atlanta born Ashley Jones is back on his home turf and ready to make you sweat. Treasure Fingers has his finger on the dial of that slippery sound that surges between upbeat tech and glitch-driven House with the result being a mix that flows like no other. After highly successful tours with the likes of Fake Blood, A-Trak, Chromeo, and Felix Da Housecat, TF is set to break into the new year with a newly sharpened arsenal of auditory delights. Let him carry you through the sunset into the world of Tomorrowworld after dark.

Simon Patterson (Sunday 7:30 PM @ TranceAddict)

"Psymon" won over my heart this summer with three sets that were truly mindblowing, from the original Tomorrowland in Belgium to Santos Party House here in New York City. After reflecting on his sheer dancefloor annihilation I knew that Patterson is truly in a realm of his own when it comes to festival DJs, who are often too afraid to take the audience to that impenetrably dark side of Trance & Progressive. On the other hand, his sound appeals to all corners of the dance aficionado, piecing bits of traditional Trance to the larger backbone of 140 Goa and Progressive Psychedelic. Admittedly Simon's competing for the same time as Hardwell, but I assure you that if you like nonstop dancing with just enough breaks to let you catch your breath, this is one set you absolutely do not want to miss. 

By Edward Fancher 

Monday
Aug052013

Tiësto Goes Deep Into The "After Hours" For Club Life 331

Last week Tiësto shook things up when he announced that he would be producing a Trance album if he took back the #1 DJ throne. This was followed by an announcement that he would be adding a weekly "Club Life After Hours" that would run Deep mixes from 5 AM Sundays to 5 AM Mondays. After an extended foray into Electro House he's ready to make Musical Freedom live up to its name - and in more ways than feeding into the trendy sounds (see: Trap Remix EP released last week). Musically, today's tracklist picks up a lot of tunes both popular and obscure with a constant grooving vibe that is perfect for the graveyard-shift broadcast. But at the same time a lot of the tracklisting is dated when compared to the up-to-the-minute weekly selection that radio shows these days are adhering to. It seems to me that Mr. Verwest is just adding another brand to his collection, and so far I'm digging it. Grab the download.

Tracklist

Hour 1
Daughter, “Youth” (Alle Farben Remix)
Art Of Shades feat. Soukaina, “All Away”
DSF, “Private Thoughts”
Goldroom feat. Chela, “Fifteen” (Rotkraft Remix)
Finnebassen, “You’re Not Cool Enough”
Audiofly feat. Fiora, “6 Degrees” (Tale Of Us Remix)
Fabo feat. Angela Sheik, “Can’t Decide” (Flow & Zeo Remix)
Vario Volinski, “Falling In Love”
Luomo, “Good Stuff” (Dave DK Remix)
Dinka, “Polarity” (DBMM Superlove Remix)
Luis Leon, “Love Is A Lie”
Made To Move, “Perfect Lady”
Tube & Berger, “Imprint Of Pleasure”

Hour 2

Destiny’s Child, “Say My Name” (Cyril Hahn Remix)
Framewerk, “As If”
Phoenix, “Lisztomania” (Vanilla Bootleg)
Monkey Safari, “Hi Life” (Cheeky Bold Cover)
Hells Kitchen feat. Irina Makosh, “I Close The Door” (Walkboy Remix)
Yoachim, “EHC” (Oliver Schories Remix)
Miyagi, “Woodpeckers Love Affair “(Sascha Braemer & Dan Caster Remix)
Stefan Biniak, “The Read All About It Bootleg”
Him Self Her, “Gone Too Long”
Fatso, “Empathy”
Jan Blomqvist, “I Don’t Think About You”

By Edward Fancher

Tuesday
Jul232013

Crizzly Crunkstep Volume 2: Back 2 Da Streets [Download & Tracklist]

I've been waiting on this for over a year and it's finally here. If there's one man that I can always count on to force-feed "the soundtrack to my daily turn up" it's Chris Marshall from Texas. After featuring him as a must-see act at the first EDC New York, Crizzly has had an exhausting year of nonstop touring that led him to headline countless events from Arizona to New York. After a much-needed breather my go-to bass chef is here to free us of all anxieties serving us up with his hugely anticipated Crunkstep Volume 2 mix. Check the tracklist below and grab the free download!

Tracklist

1. Lil Flip - Way We Ball (Crizzly Remix)
2. Destroid - Bounce
3. Gent & Jawns - Turn Up
4. Basement Jaxx - Where's Your Head At (Team Bayside High & Willy Joy Bootleg)
5. Crizzly & Kids At The Bar - Like Dat (Crizzly Retwerk)
6. Showtek - Slow Down (Boombox Cartel Bootleg)
7. Big Chocolate feat. Ryle - Karp Fish
8. Axel F - Crazy Frog (Jigga Remix)
9. i.V. - M∆ke It Bøun₵e
10. Ape Drums & 2Deep - Move That Butt (Original Mix)
11. Trinidad James - All Gold Everything (MAKJ Remix)
12. Ace Hood - Bugatti (Crizzly Remix)
13. JWLS - JWLS Is Bored VIII
14. Knife Party - LRAD (HxV Remix)
15. Will Sparks - Ah Yeah (Alex Young Remix)
16. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis vs Major Lazer - Can't Hold Us Remix (feat. Swappi & 1st klase)
17. French Montana - Fuck What Happens Tonight
18. Zeds Dead - Cowboy ((UZ Remix) Crizzly Whipeth Thine Hair Mashup)
19. Rihanna + The Bloody Beetroots - 1 2 Cake Cake feat. Steve Aoki (Crizzly Remix)
20. A$AP Rocky (feat. Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar) - F**kin' Problems (Crizzly Remix)
21. Lil Will - Bust It Wide Open (Crizzly Retwerk)
22. Lil Mama - Lip Gloss (Gold Top Remix)
23. Major Lazer - Bubble Butt (ft.Bruno Mars, Tyga & Mystic)
24. Drake - Started From The Bottom Spenca & AFK Bootleg) [WIP]
25. Downlink - Rubber Bands
26. Jay-Z, Brillz, & Z-Trip - Dirt Off Your Shoulder (Diggz VIP Edit)
27. Crizzly & Logun - Ass & Tittiez
28. Yung Wun ft. David Banner, Lil Flip and DMX - Tear It Up (Protohype & Logun Remix)
29. Jibbs - Chain Hang Low (Crizzly & AFK Remix)
30. Chief Keef - I Don't Like (Aylen & Dotcom Remix)
31. Nari & Milani - Atom (Spenca & AFK OG Festival Trap Holy Shit Where’d You Find This Remix)
32. Bare - Cee
33. Wallpaper. - Hesher

By Edward Fancher

Monday
Jul222013

Exclusive Free Download: Animale Live @ EDC Chicago

As a thank you to all of the people who've helped support him, one of Chicago's fastest-rising DJs has decided to make his set from EDC Chicago's Discovery Stage available exclusively through the site. Animale is an artist we've had our eye for a while now, and we couldn't be happier to see him succeeding at something he's so passionate about. Hopefully all of his hard work will pay off for him in the future, and that this will be the first of many sets to hit the Electric Daisy Carnival circuit. Grab the free download now!

Tracklist

1. ANimale - 21 Grams
2.Ton!c - If your Ready
3. Jochen Miller Sl8 - Southpoint
4.George Acosta - Ding Dong
5. Tiesto - Take Me
6. Deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner - Channel 42 - nom de strip remix
7.Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike - Wakanda
8. Krewella Vs. Hardrock Sofa - The edge Alive (Animale's Jungle MAsh)
9. Henry Fong & Toby Green - Revival
10. Denzal park - Warp 13
11. Justin Bieber - #thatPower (Animale's Just the Biebs Remix)
12. Daddy's Goove & Cryogenix - Vertigo
13. Showtek & Noise Controllers - Get Loose (Dirty Dutch Vision Remix)
14. Chris Lake - Ohh SHHH
15. John Dish - Karmma
16. Deorro - Yee - Krunk's Epic Bootleg
17. Daft PUnk - One more time (Moska Miami 2013 bootleg)
18 Nom De strip - Suplex
19. Dani Deahl, Animale - Thunderbolt
20. Dannic - Viper
21. Dimitri Vegas, Like MIke & GTA - Turn it UP
22. Monsta - Messiah (Dirty South Remix)
23. Wolfgang Gartner - Nuke
24. Ansol & Dyro vs. Eric Prydz - Everyday vs top of the world (Animale's Festival Mash)
25. Moguai - Champs
26. Audien - Machina
27. Basto- I Rave You
28. Animale - Black & White

By Jack Ulrich

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Photo By Life After Dusk for Insomniac

Thursday
Jul182013

16 Live Set Downloads from Q-Dance's Defqon 1 Festival

A quick look at photos and videos from June's Defqon.1 event in The Netherlands is enough to change anyone's opinion on the harder styles of dance music. Q-Dance's premiere event has captured the minds of thousands of festivalgoers worldwide with its attention to detail for everything from the stage designs to the lighting to its immense pyrotechnics displays. 

I'm extremely excited and anxious to report on how the Q-Dance brand lives up to its name next weekend with its dedicated stage at Tomorrowland. Check below to stream and download some of the powerhouse mixes from the BLUE stage at this year's Defqon.1, my personal favorite is Deepack's mix!

Omegatypez

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Geck-O

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Prefix & Destiny

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