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Entries in Rage Valley (2)

Saturday
Jun162012

Mix of the Day: Hardwell on Air Episode 068 (Dyro Guest Mix)

Hardwell is back with this hot new episode of his weekly radio show, this week guest mixed by none other than Dyro! Opening smoothly with the hard-hitting House anthem "You're Gonna Love Again" by producer Nervo, Dyro slowly picks up the pace including some of his own productions such as his mashup "No EMP" of Steve Aoki and Afrojack's "No Beef." Even better is his inclusion of a song we featured as Track of the Day a week back or so "Damage Control" by Lazy Rich and Hirshee featuring the sweet melodic vocals of the immensely talented vocalist Amba Shepherd! Other highlights include Zedd's "Spectrum," which has rapidly shot to the top of the EDM charts since its release (if you haven't heard this track already, it's about time!). Dyro closes the mix with some hard-hitting Electro Dubstep from none other than Knife Party, with their hot new single off their EP of the same name, "Rage Valley." Enjoy this mix this weekend!

& welcome to the soundtrack of your nightlife!

Full Tracklist:

01 - NERVO - You're Gonna Love Again (Original Mix)
02 - Dyro & Jacob van Hage VS Afrojack & Steve Aoki - No EMP (Dyro MashUp)
03 - Joe Garston - Forever (Original Mix)
04 - Lazy Rich, Hirshee Feat. Amba Shepherd - Damage Control (Original Mix)
05 - Tiesto & Showtek - Hell Yeah (Original Mix)
06 - Dyro & Rene Kuppens - Raid (Original Mix)
07 - Bingo Players vs Daft Punk - L'A bigger better faster stronger (Dyro Mashup)
08 - Zedd - Spectrum feat Matthew Koma (Original Mix)
09 - Dyro - Paradox (Original mix)
10 - Katy Perry - Wide Awake (Dyro Remix)
11 - Tony Romera - MAD (Original Mix)
12 - Ansol & Dyro - Top of the world (Original Mix)
13 - Lazy Rich vs Dirty South - Breakfast of Champions Walking Alone (Dyro Mashup)
14 - Knife Party - Rage Valley (Original Mix)

By Edward Fancher

Friday
Jun012012

Track of the Day: "Sleaze" - Knife Party ft. Mistajam

Off their new EP Rage Valley, Knife Party pulls out a curveball. Personally, I am not one that is very into Moombahton, but Knife Party does it right with "Sleaze." Starting with a Jaws-like theme, the build makes any hard EDM lover excited. By the time the break arrives, the listener is found listening to an interesting combination of Knife Party's signature sound with the groove similar to a Moombahton song. With a catchy beat and hard sounds provided by this genius duo, you're going to want to move your feet until they kick you out.

By April Surrency