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Cosmic Gate – Materia Chapter.One (The Extended Mixes)

‘Materia’ (Mātěrĭa - Latin. Fem. Noun. Decl.): base, matter, essence, the substance that all things are made of). Three months ago, Cosmic Gate introduced the...

Protocol Releases Classic Vocal Progressive House Track “Magical” by Timmo Hendriks & Lindequist ft. Robin Vane

Dutch producer Timmo Hendriks & Lindequist, hailing from Denmark, teamed up with singer/songwriter Robin Vane for their new single "Magical" on Protocol Recordings, a classic progressive house gem with all...

‘I Was Wrong’ – Free New EP From TheLavish Munich based producer TheLavish has started 2018 by making movements towards the next step in his musical progression. With an extensive history in various...

DA Premiere: Listen to Heiko Laux’ remix of Secret Cinema’s ‘Timeless Altitude’ + enter to win special Secret Cinema goodies

Jeroen Verheij, better known under his performance name Secret Cinema, has been a subtle, yet driving force in the European underground scene for the better part of three decades. Breaking into the scene first as an entirely live act – something near unheard of in electronica at the time – he began embracing the full potential of his career in the early 2000’s when he began DJing and nurturing other artists such as Enrico Sangiuliano under his label Gem Records.After celebrating twenty-five years in the industry in 2016, Secret Cinema decided to re-master one of his most fabled, career-defining tracks to fans as a special edition. “Timeless Altitude” was first written in 1994, going on to become a huge favorite among the elite crowd at the time, which included Sven Väth and Carl Cox, among others. It’s easy to see why the single was such a hit; deep bass-lines and hearty kicks line an immensely groovy hook which entrances the listener until the last minute. Verheij demonstrated that less is more here, creating a relatively simple, yet hypnotic track that is universally appealing and still widely impactful.“Timeless Altitude” now sounds crisper than ever thanks to its new sonic treatment, and its revival now comes with a brand new remix by his German peer and fellow techno expert, Heiko Laux. Laux adds a contemporary appeal to the finished product with even more robust percussion and soaring, yet subtle synth layers added for more body.Both singles will be hitting digital shelves come April 21, which you can pre-order here. However, for vinyl lovers, Secret Cinema has sweetened the deal. He’ll be giving away one of only 500 SILVER Box editions of the vinyl press to a lucky fan, which comes with both the re-mastered original and the Heiko Laux remix, in addition to a CD with four of his most favored live sets over the years, a USB of all his productions, a new documentary about his life, and exclusive samples on a floppy disc from the program he used to make the original “Timeless Altitude.”

Fergie – Life Goes On (smle Remix)

Fergie’s solo career blossomed back in 2006 when the Black Eyed Peas lead released The Dutchess. Working on her sophomore LP, the pop songstress has released the first two singles – hip-hop-fueled “MILF $” and the sentimental “Life Goes On” – the latter of which live electronic duo, smle, applies an island touch to. Airy vocal melodies intertwined amongst a rhythmic drums, smle swaps out the seriousness of Fergie’s original demeanor in “Life Goes On” for a light-hearted mood.Read more:DA Premiere: K.Flay – FML (SMLE Remix)DA Premiere: SMLE – With Me (feat. Hype Turner & Mary Ellen)

DA Premiere: Candyland – Just Fro With It

Ever since breaking onto the electronic music scene half a decade ago with a spree of huge releases, including their contest-winning remix of Skrillex‘s “Make It Bun Dem,” Candyland has been a constantly evolving project. Before the duo became a solo project for Josie Martin, Candyland already had a significant reputation surrounding their particular flavor of dubstep and hybrid trap.However, experimentation with different sounds and styles has always been the name of the game for Josie, a fact which can be confirmed by anyone who has been to one of her DJ sets. She has had an almost non-stop touring schedule, the latest of which is dedicated to one of the things that has stayed constant throughout Candyland’s entire history: The Fro.Josie’s hair is nothing short of spectacular, which inspired the title of her current tour and brand new single, “Just Fro With It.” The track expertly combines some of the more classic Candyland dubstep stylings with more modern future bass and jazz elements — a testament to Josie’s sophisticated taste and exceptional creativity.A funky vocoder leads the melody and provides a subtle retro feeling for the futuristic Cashmere Cat-esque break and buildup. This section itself could be a completely separate track and would still be phenomenal. However, Josie switches it up and drops it perfectly into the kind of high-energy, organized chaos that initially built the foundation for Candyland’s success.Read More:Candyland – Murda (Original Mix)DA Premier: Candyland – Rage In Love (Original Mix) Free DownloadSyence add to the ‘Chemistry’ of Steve Void and No Mondays


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Sam Allan Drops “Ascender” and Brings Tech House to the Spotlight

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Joe Hawes – Coffee House Radio – Ep 35

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ALWZ SNNY – Still Wait 4U EP

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Bobby Shann – Tournament of Power

Bobby Shann’s ‘Tournament of Power is a transcendent deep house track that will take you into a state of pure bliss. Kicking off with...

Vessbroz & Winick & Reick ft Kristina R – Let Me In Tonight

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Darkwave Band STYKFAKTOR Reveals New Single, “Distance” – An Emotional Struggle With Social Distancing

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‘Grotesque 250’, Mixed By Ram, Sean Tyas & Vini Vici

Holland’s leading party troupe returned to Rotterdam’s 100-year-old Maassilo complex to pull off another extraordinary showstopper of an event. Inside the historic silo, with...

Dirty Audio & Max Styler – ‘Roller Coaster’

Dirty Audio has returned to Monstercat and teamed up with newcomer Max Styler for an absolutely epic track known, fittingly, as ‘Roller Coaster’. We have been a big fan of Dirty Audio since his first few releases on Panda Funk, but this tune has shown how he has grown as a producer. It is definitely The post Dirty Audio & Max Styler – ‘Roller Coaster’ appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Dubloadz and Oolacile Gift Us ‘Death Horse’ for Christmas

Two of the biggest names in the world of underground dubstep have teamed up once again to give us a ridiculous new track that was just in time for the Christmas holiday. Dubloadz and Oolacile’s latest hit is known as ‘Death Horse’ and this insanity definitely lives up to it’s name. ‘Death Horse’ is a The post Dubloadz and Oolacile Gift Us ‘Death Horse’ for Christmas appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Bonobo pairs with Nick Murphy (aka Chet Faker) for ‘No Reason’

Simon Green, better known as Bonobo, will be blessing the music world with his sixth studio album, Migration, on January 13. The project will be a refreshing return to the avant-garde, indie-leaning sonic profile Green built his name on based off previews thus far, after a prolonged period touring with primarily dance-centric DJ sets.Just before Migration’s official release, we’re granted with one final insight regarding what to expect. “No Reason,” a 7.5 minute collaboration with Nick Murphy (of Chet Faker fame), unfolds beautifully, coursing through whimsical arpeggiated synths and smooth underlying bass that allow Murphy’s moving lyrics to become the track’s centerpiece. Though housing a consistent 4/4 rhythm, “No Reason” maintains the eclectic and mellowed appeal of classic Bonobo, and ought to play out gorgeously when played live with his band.  Order Migration hereRead More:Bonobo announces new album, releases lead track ‘Kerala’ Shaky Beats returns to Georgia with The Chainsmokers, Kaskade, and more in tow George Fitzgerald – Full Circle feat. Boxed In (Bonobo Remix)

Dancing Astronaut presents AXIS 187: Mixed by Oliver Dollar

Oliver Dollar found international success with his crossover smash “Pushin” with Jimi Jules in 2014. In the time since, the Berlin-based house aficionado has only expanded his acclaim, launching his own imprint Industry Standard and remixing Green Velvet’s legendary “Flash” in 2016.Now Oliver Dollar takes the reigns of Dancing Astronaut’s AXIS for an hour-long mix packed full of serious house and tech house panache.The mix arrives ahead of Oliver Dollar’s appearance at Groove Cruise Miami, which sets sail January 23-27. This year’s lineup features everyone from trance legends Dash Berlin and Markus Schulz to some of house music’s finest like Lee Foss and Roger Sanchez.Listen to Oliver Dollar’s AXIS mix below. Tickets to Groove Cruise are available here. Read more:Erick Morillo & Harry Romero feat. Shawnee Taylor – Devotion (Oliver Dollar Remix)Good Morning Mix: Oliver $ hits the house heavens on his Essential MixOliver $ & Jimi Jules – Pushing On (Original Mix) Preview

Middlelands Festival announces it inaugural lineup with Galantis, Kaskade, & more

Insomniac announced its latest festival venture in October 2016 – a Medieval/Renaissance-themed affair close to Houston called Middlelands. The event earned a good deal of hype early on, notably for its intriguing promotional video which featured Kristian Nairn of “Hodor” fame and for the fact that the theme closely aligns with the fairytale aspects of Tomorrowworld, which met its demise stateside after it 2015 edition.As its debut at Todd Mission’s Renaissance Fair grounds of May 5 draws closer, Middlelands’ artist roster has now been unleashed unto the public. The lineup is unsurprisingly “stacked,” for lack of a better word, featuring a diverse array of artists including Galantis, Kaskade, Rae Sremmurd, and more. View the full list below. Read More:Check out ‘Middlelands,’ Insomniac’s new medieval-themed raveHodor makes appearance in new trailer for Middlelands Festival

Kaytranada and Alicia Keys team up on ‘Sweet F’in Love’

Canadian producer Kaytranada has unveiled his latest production effort — a collaborative effort with soul songstress Alicia Keys. The track, “Sweet F’in Love” was posted by Keys’ husband Swizz Beats via SoundCloud. Whether the track will see a formal release is unclear, but, considering each artist released an LP last year, chances are high the collaboration is simply an unreleased B-side.The track is a sultry, vocals-first number with a chill, hip-hop inspired beat and a textural interlude. It’s a strong collaborative effort with Keys’ vocals sitting perfectly in the mix. For Kaytranada, the release comes on the heels of several strong remixes which saw the artist’s bold takes on TLC, Solange, and Afrika Bambaataa. Via: High Snobiety Read More:Kaytranada doles out new Chance the Rapper and Solange edits Free DownloadsRihanna enlists R3hab, Kaytranada, Four Tet, ATTLAS and more for new remix EPs

Airwave – Amber Sky

Namedropping Airwave doesn’t merely identify one as a true trance fanatic but a longtime lover of dance music. The man from Brussels has been sharing tunes with the world for the last two decades and despite a few short phases with harder genres, he’s has largely stayed devoted to the progressive sound. Last years ambitious and The post Airwave – Amber Sky appeared first on EDM Sauce.

The Chainsmokers tease new single ‘Paris’ ahead of its official release

2016 was a banner year for the Chainsmokers, especially after “Closer” took the New York duo to all new heights and turned them into certifiable pop stars. Not satisfied with the quadruple platinum success of their Halsey collaboration, Alex and Drew continue to spend countless hours in the studio crafting release after release, each more catchy than the next. Their next single is due out this Friday and the boys have uploaded a tasty teaser to their Facebook page for fans who want a sample of what’s in store on the 13th.They’ve been playing this one out and teasing it for awhile now. Unofficial rips have circulated with speculation around the vocalist leading many publications to report that French singer Louane is the featured finger performing a duet with Drew.


Galestian ft. Mira J – Tell Me

Those knee deep in the progressive underground, followers of guys like Hernan Cattaneo and Guy Mantzur, have been dying for this track to come out for some time. “Tell Me” has been turning heads on dancefloors for all year and is finally bringing some much deserved spotlight on veteran dance producer Galestian. Originally out of The post Galestian ft. Mira J – Tell Me appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Skrillex – Voltage (Slushii Bootleg)

After premiering the track at EDC Las Vegas last weekend, powerhouse Slushii has released his bootleg of Skrillex‘s “Voltage” to the world.Though it starts off slowly, beginning with the iconic lines from Skrillex’s “Cinema” remix, the bootleg quickly picks up speed and drops into dubstep madness.The producer uploaded the bootleg to his archive account, where he posts “when I get bored.” “Everything on this account should be taken with a grain of salt,” he notes on the channel.The producer has been busy cranking out music, including a track for Monstercat‘s collaborative album with Rocket League.His future bass track, “LUV U NEED U,” was released on the label 1earlier in the monthand has a heavy video game influence to accompany the popular soccer video game.Slushii’s “Voltage” bootleg is so incredibly different from “LUV U NEED U,” but shows the versatility of his music styles and influence.Read More:Slushii releases ‘Luv U Need U’ ahead of ‘Rocket League x Monstercat Vol. 1’Marshmello teases new collaboration with Slushii at Governor’s BallSlushii releases ‘Sleep’ after announcing bout of depression on Twitter

Premiere: Anabel Englund, Matt Ossentjuk, Human Life & Mont Blvck – Rising (wAFF Remix)

One of LA’s most notorious party crews, Gari Safari, has officially doubled down and started their own label. Comprised of Anabel Englund, Matt Ossentjuk, Human Life and Mont Blvck, the Gari Safari crew have come to embody the raw, sultry house and techno of LA’s thriving underground.The group’s first collective single, and first label offering, “Rising,” embodies the style, featuring an infectious hook from the cohort’s female lead, Anabel Englund.“Gari is about breaking down the walls that separate music into different genres and scenes. It’s about firming that special bond and vibe with our unique followers to create something special.”For their inaugural label release, the crew have rounded up a high profile set of remixes, including a heavier take from esteemed techno producer waFF, who’s become a notable figure on imprints like Drumcode, Moon Harbour, and Hot Creations. The UK stalwart strips down the production, creating a hypnotic loop out of Englund’s hook, and crafting a darker warehouse-savvy arrangement.Listen to wAFF’s remix of “Rising” below, which Dancing Astronaut is exclusively premiering.Gari Safari’s Rising EP drops next Friday, December 8. Pre-order it here.Read More:Techno Tuesday: wAFF on the journey from fan to Drumcode powerhouseCitizenn – Lady (wAFF Remix)MK, Lee Foss, and Anabel Englund announce debut Pleasure State EP

REZZ blends melody and malice in her remix of No Mana and Zashanell’s ‘Clear’

It’s solidly evident that REZZ has been perpetually at work for the duration of her young, yet illustrious career. However, while Isabelle Rezazadeh began her year on a prolific note, her studio output has slowed down over the course of her spring tour. Three months after the release of her last song, “Silent Hill,” REZZ has returned to the airwaves with a remix of “Clear,” by her mau5trap compatriots No Mana and Zashanell.For her revision, Rezazadeh opts to invert the mesmerizing, gradually progressive nature of the original track’s production through an infusion of her razor-edged synthesis and cyclic percussion; however, she doesn’t eliminate the track’s mellifluous essence. Rather, she combines the two seemingly diametric musical forces into an unpredictably complementary whole. In some areas, REZZ’s remix recalls the essence of Bassnectar’s more melodic work, but with an industrial twist – a style which she’s explored in the past with her Something Wrong Here EP.Though some may mistakenly believe that REZZ a stranger to softer sonic elements, her latest release is a compelling reminder of her rare knack to blend the beautiful and the bellicose with remarkable seamlessness.Featured image via Rukes/HARD Summer.Read More:Watch REZZ perform at Ultra Music FestivalREZZ releases new track, ‘Silent Hill’Premiere: REZZ – Matrix (Original Mix)

Kaytranada and Alicia Keys team up on ‘Sweet F’in Love’

Canadian producer Kaytranada has unveiled his latest production effort — a collaborative effort with soul songstress Alicia Keys. The track, “Sweet F’in Love” was posted by Keys’ husband Swizz Beats via SoundCloud. Whether the track will see a formal release is unclear, but, considering each artist released an LP last year, chances are high the collaboration is simply an unreleased B-side.The track is a sultry, vocals-first number with a chill, hip-hop inspired beat and a textural interlude. It’s a strong collaborative effort with Keys’ vocals sitting perfectly in the mix. For Kaytranada, the release comes on the heels of several strong remixes which saw the artist’s bold takes on TLC, Solange, and Afrika Bambaataa. Via: High Snobiety Read More:Kaytranada doles out new Chance the Rapper and Solange edits Free DownloadsRihanna enlists R3hab, Kaytranada, Four Tet, ATTLAS and more for new remix EPs

Ernest Kalinin – Mara

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Kado Calculates The Best & Worst Of EDM In 2016

Kado, a website currently in beta dedicated to compiling and recommending tracks based on its users’ unique preferences, has just come out with a comprehensive list of the best and worst tracks, artists, sets, transitions and more for the 2016 calendar year. Dubbed the “Year On The Decks,” the list takes into account over 200,000 DJ sets from the site’s users and setlists found online, “to create a review of the DJ world.” Out of the 201,300 sets analyzed, Kado found 1,330,772 total tracks played with 2,576,125 transitions made between them. The site looked at each of the most famous DJs in the roster, giving them an originality score based on how often they play the same tracks between sets and how many other DJs are playing those songs. According to their results, the three most original DJs in 2016 were Hernan Cattaneo, Dave Clark and Noisia. On the other end of the spectrum, the three most “boring” DJs who played the same tracks the most amount of times were none other than DJ Snake, Yellow Claw and Galantis. Kado calculated the setlists to find the artists whose original tracks were played out the most by DJs throughout the year, and found – unsurprisingly – that The Chainsmokers, Armin van Buuren, Calvin Harris, Rihanna and Major Lazer were at the top of the list. As far as remixers went, flips from Claptone, Don Diablo, Purple Disco Machine and Tiësto came out on top. Check out the two graphics below to see the rest of the most popular DJs in their respective categories. Most Played Artists of 2016: Most Played Remixers of 2016: As the end-of-year charts have already shown in overwhelming numbers, the top three most played tracks of 2016 were Drake’s “One Dance,” The Chainsmokers and Halsey’s “Closer” and DJ Snake and Justin Bieber’s “Let Me Love You.” The most played remixes were Riva Star’s edit of Groove Armada’s “Superstylin’,” Seeb’s remix of Mike Posner’s “I Took A Pill In Ibiza,” and Julian Juweil’s remix of Dubfire and Oliver Huntemann’s “Fuego.” Perhaps the most interesting finding by Kado was the most played transition of the year. According to data strictly found through published setlists of touring DJs, the transition between Chocolate Puma’s “Listen To The Talk” and Firebeatz and Schella’s “Dat Disco Swindle” was performed by the most DJs in 2016, specifically Benny Benassi, Hardwell, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Pandaboyz. Finally, Kado broke down the genres most played throughout the year. As a series of pie charts indicates, electro house and trance saw the biggest decline from 2015, with progressive house, deep house, hip hop and drum and bass seeing the most significant rises. Check out the charts below, and head over to Kado’s “Year On The Decks” for more. Source: Kado | Image: Rory Kramer This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Kado Calculates The Best & Worst Of EDM In 2016