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"Something to Believe In" (Trypt Remix) - Norman Doray & Nervo ft. Cookie

Any EDM fan can tell you that heavy Electro House is the perfect pick-me-up no matter the occasion. Trypt, a versatile producer from Toronto, has racked up quite the collection original tracks and remixes in bass music and Electro House, and a few random others that are sure to put you in a good mood. His most recent remix of Norman Doray's and Nervo's track ft. Cookie, "Something To Believe In," has that steady and familiar pounce, but there are random twists and glitches that keep it fresh and modern. It's hard to pinpoint exactly what in this song is reminiscent of that workout, spandex 90s sound (perhaps the deep, rich vocals or the high energy backbeat), but the vibe maintains a positive flow throughout the song. Trypt has opened for several well-known artists and has a few shows coming up, so if you're in the Toronto area, be sure to check out Trypt! 

By Carol Olivera


"Something To Believe In" - Norman Doray & NERVO (CLMD Remix)

CLMD (Carl Louis & Martin Danielle) follow up their recent appearance at NYC’s festive Day & Night brunch with an official Spinnin Records remix to Norman Doray and NERVO’s collaboration “Something to Believe In.” The melodious essence of the original track is kept intact with varied Trance basslines and piano play, as CLMD incorporate more of their own unique progressive big room tweaks to create a mix that’s enjoyable to the entire spectrum of EDM fans, from the hipster to the mainstream. The duo seem to have hubs in both Oslo, Norway and the Big Apple, but they are making headway on extending their reach with a gig tonight at the legendary WALL Lounge in Miami Beach. Be on the lookout, as CLMD will be bringing their Norwegian, NYC skyscraping escapades to a city near you.

By Kiren Srinivasan



Track of the Day: "Something To Believe In" - NERVO & Norman Doray

The super hot Australian twins Miriam and Olivia that form NERVO are back with another excellent collab with Norman Doray and let me tell you, this track is nearly as hot as all three of them are. The Aussie twins have been putting out some very impressive Progressive House tracks in the last few months, and with so many consistently good original productions, it's not hard to see that they have become the number 1 female DJs in mainstream EDM. "Something To Believe In" is a festival-ready tune that has scored a place on my pregame playlists and should definitely earn a spot on yours.

By Sara Landry

Follow me on Twitter: @SaraLange922


Review: Thomas Gold & More at Governors Island

Four amazing House sets at an amazing venue… what more could I ask for? Days like Sunday are why I love EDM. From the moment I stepped off of the PLUR-filled ferry, there was something special about Governors Beach Club this past Sunday. The weather and vibes were perfect, and the music was just as incredible.  Thomas Gold, Norman Doray, Tim Mason, and Carl Kennedy took over Governors Island.

The day started with a killer set from Carl Kennedy.  If I had a dime for every time I heard someone ask, “Who is this?” during his set, I'd be rich, but everyone who arrived in time to watch Kennedy's set left a fan.  In addition dropping crowd-provoking remixes of U2’s “Beautiful Day” and Cederic Gervais’ “Molly”, Kennedy set the euphoric tone for rest of the show, effortlessly inspiring the crowd to sing Cheyenne’s vocals from his hit track “Once Upon A Time” in unison. Carl Kennedy proved to be much more than an “opener”.  He is a truly talented DJ, and a pretty chill guy, who we should be hearing much more about here in the US in the near future.

Carl Kennedy - Once Upon a Time feat. Cheyenne


Ferry after ferry of EDM-Lovers continued to fill Governors Beach Club to apparent capacity, as Carl Kennedy made way for legend Tim Mason.  The Brit’s synth-heavy style was evident throughout his set, and the crowd loved it.  After dropping the familiar Third Party track "Thank You" early in his set, the energy only rose from there with set-friendly records such as "Calling" and Guetta and Romero’s "Metropolis."

Third Party feat. Loleatta Holloway – Thank You

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This Sunday in NYC: Thomas Gold at Governors Island

Who’s down for 8 hours of House on the beach? This Sunday August 12, EDM Lounge will be watching Thomas Gold, Norman Doray, Tim Mason, and Carl Kennedy take over Governors Beach Club, probably my favorite venue in the city. Nothing is quite like listening to incredible music, raging with friends, your feet in the sand, with the illuminated NYC skyline as a backdrop.

Headliner Thomas Gold has developed a reputation for his unique blend of Progressive House with other EDM styles, mainly Trance.  The best example of Gold’s style is “Sing2Me”, his most popular individual track that is sure to get the crowd raging on Sunday.

The German producer is also well known for successful collabs with heavy hitters, such as Dirty South, which produced the big room banger "Alive" feat. Kate Elsworth on vocals.  Tom is also praised for his remixes of Adrian Lux's massive hit "Teenage Crime," Adele’s "Set Fire to the Rain," and Sander van Doorn’s "Koko," to name a few.

Gold will share the stage with a talented opening lineup.  French DJ Norman Doray constantly releases tracks that climb the Beatport charts, including an amazing remix of  "Lick it" by Skrillex and Kaskade.  Tim Mason is a prized member of the Size Records’ roster, and oh yeah, Carl Kennedy has played for eight hundred thousand in Hungary at the Budapest Love Parade… yes, that's right, 800,000.

This is gonna be a "Golden" Sunday Funday. See you there.

Now here's a special message to NYC from Thomas Gold:


Governors Beach Club at Governors Island, NYC

Hosted by Pacha NYC

August 12, 2012 4:00 PM - 12:00 AM

18 to enter, 21 to drink

Tickets - GA: Sold out, VIP: $150.00 (Stubhub GA: $130, but so worth it)


By Will Payne

Follow me on Twitter: @WillPayne24