Friday, September 30, 2011

Satoshi Tomiie,Solar Wind (album) music house

Satoshi Tomiie,Solar Wind (album) music house
At an early age, his parents encouraged him to play the piano, and he was involved in various bands throughout high school as his fascination with music, especially jazz, increased. Later, he became interested in hip hop and DJing, and was eventually asked by a Japanese cosmetics company to collaborate by creating a track for an upcoming Frankie Knuckles show. The veteran recognized Tomiie's potential, and the result was "Tears," now regarded as a house-music classic.
Seeing the opportunity, the fledgling DJ moved to New York and found that even though he had been acclaimed in Japan, the competition in the United States was much more difficult. However, he joined the Def Mix crew and grew to become recognized[citation needed] as one of the top DJs in the world, and often tours to prominent international clubs. In 2000, he released his first album of original material on C2/Columbia/SME Records, Full Lick.
Tomiie has a long résumé of remixes and original productions, and has released several DJ mixes including Nubreed 006 on Boxed. He is the owner of house-music record label Saw Recordings.

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Monday, September 26, 2011

Ferry Corsten World Tour Washington,(album) Music House

Ferry Corsten World Tour Washington,(album) 

Ferry Corsten — who was named Best Producer of the Year by the Ericsson Music Awards and Best Trance DJ by the Ibiza DJ Awards, and consistently ranked as one of the top 10 DJs in the world— is best known for his creativity as a music producer and his unique up‐tempo, big‐room trance and house sound. His performances as a DJ never fails fans to keep coming back and wanting more. It is a chest‐pounding sum of the electronic music influences he turned to, going as far back as the age of nine when he started collecting records.

In 2010 Ferry introduced the unforgettable “Once Upon a Night” compilation series, which became his vehicle for touring, sharing upfront music, and shining the spotlight on bright new talent. It was the first time in several years that Ferry had taken on a compilation project. But the timing was perfect, since world touring gave him an insider glimpse to the music emerging from different parts of the worl .readmore

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Sunday, September 25, 2011

DJ Spinna-Underground Forever (album) music house

DJ Spinna-Underground Forever
Vincent “DJ Spinna” Williams is something of an anomaly in music. A humbling example of what it takes to truly succeed within the framework of multiple fields. A steadfast work ethic, an obsessively extensive vinyl library and the willingness to pursue the full extents of his roots (Funk, Soul and Jazz), foundation (Hip-Hop) and future (Electronic/Dance music) with no restraints.

A cornerstone of Hip-Hop’s late 90’s indie-uprise, DJ Spinna made much of his first impression on listeners as the musical background of his group The Jigmastas (having released an impressive slew of 12” singles on his then self-run label Beyond Real during this time) as well as providing the canvas for an array of that era’s lyrical giants. As an emcee in New York City, if you didn’t have a Spinna production under your belt, well, you just hadn’t accomplished all there was to accomplish. Everyone from Mos Def, Talib Kweli to Pharaohe Monch boasted Spinna beats to prove their worth to the scene. At the height of indie-kingpin Rawkus Records heyday, Spinna was in demand, also churning out timeless classics of the era from the likes of J-Live, Mr. Complex and The Polyrhythm Addicts (his all-too-brief collabo-group with Apani B., Shaabam Sadeeq and Complex).

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Maher Zain Insyaallah,Music House

Maher Zain Insyaallah,Music House mp3

Maher Zain (Arabic: ماهر زين) he is a Swedish R & B singer, songwriter and music producer from Lebanon. He also lived for a while in the United States. Thank You God'sdebut album, with 13 songs and two bonus tracks was released on 1 November 2009,with exclusive and Percussion Version French version was released shortly afterwards.He sings mainly in English, but also, among others, in French, Arabic, Urdu, Turkish, Malay and Indonesia. The songs are memorable songs with the title he says is Thank youGod. Since the song is recognized representing his life's journey. friends who like tomake friends with the song entitled God willing this time I provide the download link, butkrn accordance with its themes and characters sibunggsu so this song with version mix,,, create a mo download please download the link above .

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Saturday, September 24, 2011

Above & Beyond Far from in love,Music House

Above & Beyond Far from in love,(album)

Above & Beyond are a British trance music group formed in 2000 and consists of the members Jono Grant, Tony McGuinness, and Paavo Siljamäki. The trio are popular in the electronic dance music scene for their forward-thinking productions and collaborations with renowned artists. They have their own record label Anjunabeats, which releases trance and progressive music, and they also host their own weekly radio show Trance Around the World. The group's tracks are regularly played by DJs around the world, including Armin van Buuren, Gareth Emery, Ferry Corsten, ATB, and Kyau & Albert. On 28 October 2010 DJ Magazine announced the results of their annual Top 100 DJ Poll, with Above & Beyond placed at #5 in the world

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Friday, September 23, 2011

Gareth Emery - The Sound Of Garuda CD2 Music House

Gareth Emery - The Sound Of Garuda CD2

2009 was a year where the sound of Gareth Emery continued to explode in popularity, thanks to a packed DJ diary and the launch of his new record label and club night Garuda, responsible for numerous chart-topping releases and sold out superclubs. Now he’s rounding off the year with his new compilation, a 2xCD mix album, which as the title suggests, is all about the sound of Garuda. CD1, entitled ‘2010’, is all about the future, an exquisite showcase of records you can expect to be big next year. Packed full of exclusive unreleased material, expect future-anthems for some of the hottest names around, and of course, brand new material from Gareth himself. CD2, entitled ‘2009’, is a retrospective of the biggest Emery tracks of the past year, featuring the best and brightest records from his own sets and the Garuda club nights, and once again include a number of Emery productions. In short, ‘The Sound Of Garuda’ is a stunning journey through some of the classier sounds of trance, and will leave you in absolutely no doubt why the Emery sound became so popular in ’09.readmore

01. Andy Moor & Ashley Wallbridge feat. Meighan Nealon - Faces
02. Audible - White Mouse
03. Sander Van Doorn pres. Purple Haze - Bliksem
04. Dennis De Laat - Sound of Violence
05. Tiesto vs. Lange,Andy Moor & Komytea - Lethal Stadium Four (Gareth Emery Re-Edit)
06. GNX - Copius Cain (Genix Re-Rub)
07. Robbie Buri - Poker (Dub Mix)
08. Rex Mundi feat. Susana - Nothing At All
09. Sander Van Doorn - Ninety
10. Ali Wilson - Boombox
11. Cosmic Gate vs. Marco V - Simulated Sign Of The Times (Gareth Emery Re-Edit)
12. Be Gold - Starstruck (Jochen Miller Remix)
13. Gareth Emery - Exposure (Short Stab)
14. Super8 & Tab - Elektra
15. RAM - RAMsterdam (Jorn Van Deynhoven Remix)
16. OceanLab - On A Good Day (Above & Beyond Mix)

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Gareth Emery,The Sound Of Garuda cd.1 Music House

Gareth Emery,The Sound Of Garuda cd.1

2009 was a year where the sound of Gareth Emery continued to explode in popularity, thanks to a packed DJ diary and the launch of his new record label and club night Garuda, responsible for numerous chart-topping releases and sold out superclubs. Now he’s rounding off the year with his new compilation, a 2xCD mix album, which as the title suggests, is all about the sound of Garuda. CD1, entitled ‘2010’, is all about the future, an exquisite showcase of records you can expect to be big next year. Packed full of exclusive unreleased material, expect future-anthems for some of the hottest names around, and of course, brand new material from Gareth himself. CD2, entitled ‘2009’, is a retrospective of the biggest Emery tracks of the past year, featuring the best and brightest records from his own sets and the Garuda club nights, and once again include a number of Emery productions. In short, ‘The Sound Of Garuda’ is a stunning journey through some of the classier sounds of trance, and will leave you in absolutely no doubt why the Emery sound became so popular in ’09.

01. Ashley Wallbridge - Harmonies (Sound Of Garuda Intro Mix)
02. Beltek - Niagara Falls
03. Ben Preston - Repeat After Me (Shawn Mitiska & Ad Brown Remix)
04. Wippenberg - Pong
05. Mark Sinclair - Pictures Of You (Terry Ferminal Remix)
06. Gareth Emery feat. Emma Hewitt - I Will Be The Same (Sound Of Garuda Mix
07. Pulser - Broken Universe
08. Be Gold - Sunstroke
09. Sander Van Doorn - Ninety
10. Ali Wilson - Boombox
11. Marcel Woods vs. Artento Divini - Inside My Time (Gareth Emery Re-Edit)
12. Tritonal - Suede (Stoneface & Terminal Remix)
13. David Forbes - Breakout (Darker Mix)
14. Greg Downey - Global Code
15. Activa - Affirmation (Sound Of Garuda Intro Mix)

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Thursday, September 22, 2011

Paul Oakenfold Tranceport.(album) mp3

Paul Oakenfold Tranceport.(album) mp3

In 1992, when U2 released their song "Even Better Than the Real Thing", the Perfecto remix reached a higher charted position than the original song. In 1993 with the success of his last remix as Perfecto, he was hired by U2 to provide the warm-up sonics to their Zoo TV world tour, and replaced BP Fallon on the 1993 legs in Europe and Australia, New Zealand, and Japan, with more than fifty shows in Zooropa '93 and Zoomerang from 7 May to 10 December of the same year.
He began producing his own tracks as well, continuing to remix songs from popular artists. He began using Goa music, something he discovered on the beaches of Goa in India, fusing it with similar sounding European tracks to create his own distinct sound. He took this to the mainstream in 1994 and created a pair of two-hour sets for BBC Radio 1's Essential Mix the first of these was broadcast in the early hours of Sunday 20 March 1994, with the second being the legendary "Goa Mix" broadcast on Sunday 18 December 1994. In 1995, he became the first DJ to play on the main stage at the Glastonbury Festival for 90,000 people, which he considers his favorite gig.[14] His album Perfecto Fluoro became the #1 essential dance collection of Boston Beat during 1996 with Jamiroquai's Travelling Without Moving. The group Grace dissolved in 1997 as Oakenfold was touring as a performance DJ more frequently and could not commit to recording.
On 9 June 1997 Oakenfold created Global Underground 004: Paul Oakenfold, Live in Oslo (GU004) which is a double mix CD in the Global Underground series, compiled and mixed by Oakenfold; it is the first work he created for GU. The mix was recorded live at Cosmopolite Club in Oslo, Norway, as part of the official launch of the Quart Festival. It showcases Oakenfold's eclectic taste in music at the time, as the mix combines drum and bass, progressive house & progressive trance, and goa trance.[15] In 1997, Oakenfold mixed one disc of the double album Fantazia Presents the House Collection 6, a UK house music compilation series. Oakenfold became Cream's resident DJ from 1997 - 1999. During this time, he began to concentrate on the release of Tranceport in 1998.
In 1998 and 1999, Oakenfold took the first place in "DJmag's Top 100 DJs". With the two-year contract as a resident in Liverpool's Cream, it was in 1999 that he released Resident. Two Years of Oakenfold at Cream. on Virgin. Thrive Records, the US distributor for early Global Underground releases had a different numbering scheme for the Global Underground albums, due to this Global Underground 007: Paul Oakenfold, New York (GU007) was released as (GU002) in the United States only. The compilation was released on 25 May 1998, with the US release on 19 January 1999. This was the second production from Oakenfold with GU and it contained trance, drum and bass, progressive house, progressive trance, breakbeat and Downtempo. This became his last work with GU.
In 1999, he left the UK and Europe and moved to the USA where he went on tour. A
In 2000 he created fourteen tracks of jazz, soul, house and goa based styles with Mitchell Oakenfold. Twenty-four FX and scratches loops and sounds were included too, each consisting of six seconds; the album cover says "Only for DJs and Producers" and was released on Music of Life. It is not considered his first studio album, as it only included useful tools for deejays.
In August and September 2000, he teamed up with Andy Gray to write and produce the theme for UK Big Brother TV series under the name Elementfour.The single "Big Brother UK TV Theme" by Elementfour made it to #4 on the UK Singles Chart.readmore

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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Ramadanman,Hessle Audio mp3

Ramadanman,Hessle Audio mp3

David Kennedy’s work as Ramadanman and Pearson Sound has been a positive scourge on the airwaves this past year. His current deviation from any kind of conventional ‘dubstep’ template hasn’t come as a shock for anyone who’s been following his career from the start - he’s always had a particular slant and a percussively textured style all of his own that’s often layered with thick and potent bass frequencies and synth washes - but it seems like with recent material like ‘Work Them’ (released on Loefah’s Swamp81 imprint) Kennedy is simply toying with the world’s expectations of him.

As a key component behind some of the most daring dancefloor music released in the last year, both as a producer and as a label owner – Kennedy co-runs the Hessle Audio imprint, alongside Pangaea and Ben UFO - he’s travelled the world numerous times over releasing music by key producers like Joe, Elgato and James Blake as he’s done it. Scoring his label a well respected residency at London club, fabric and more recently, starting his own vinyl only night called Acetate in Leeds, his knack for working over a dancefloor shows no sign of waning. Finding the perfect space between bass bin and monitor he’s constantly innovating, refusing to sit still and feeding off all kinds of temperate influences – from old house to Chicago juke music - the end of 2010 and into 2011 sees him hording an array of productions that are absolutely battering soundsystems, radio shows and eardrums alike.

In 2011 he has (to only some degree of surprise) released several classic-sounding yet unique and modern house tracks (including a 12” with two originals, ‘Babeh’ and ‘Satisfied’) under yet another alias, Maurice Donovan, further perpetuating his efforts to distance images and words from the music. His first work under this name would be a remix - Julio Bashmore’s “Battle For Middle You (Maurice Donovan Dub)”, followed by the 12” on the record label SSSSS. He continues to release new styles of music and tour Europe and North America bringing the sounds of UK underground bass music to cities from coast to coast to coast.

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Junior's Nervous Breakdown (album)

Junior's Nervous Breakdown (album)

With the collapse of Twilo, Vasquez began a new Sunday morning after-hours residency which is named "Earth" at the highest capacity club space in New York City, Exit Nightclub. Vasquez gig on earth ended without fanfare in 2002. In later years, he held shorter-lived residencies at various clubs in New York, including discos, Sound Factory (so named by Richard Grant who still has legal rights to the name and opened in a new space located in Manhattan's Hell Kitchen section Shortly after the closure of the original site), Pacha (which opened at the site where the factory is a new voice after standing), Spirit (which opened in the space where the former Twilo once operated), and The Roxy.
In 2010 Vasquez held residencies at Club Love in NYC's West Village where he hosted a successful bi-monthly Sunday afternoon parties known as the Sunday Mass, and occasional involvement in Cielo (a small bar in the Meat Packing District of Manhattan). In 2011 he continued to spin on the show occasionally at various places around the world.
In addition to working as a DJ and remixer, he has co-produced albums for John Mellencamp, For Real, Lisa Lisa, Cyndi Lauper, among others, and individual LP tracks for Madonna, Cher, Wild Orchid, Kristine W, and others. Junior, along with JuniorVasquezMusic record label, is also known for introducing new artists, including a lot of crossover singer, dance / pop music scene. Some artists include Vernessa Mitchell, Jason Walker, Casey Stratton, Quentin Elias, Vivian Green, and Sam Harris.

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Monday, September 19, 2011

George Acosta,Visions Behind Expressions 2011 (Album)

George Acosta,Visions Behind Expressions 2011


From the moment he steps onstage or into a DJ booth, Miami’s GEORGE ACOSTA is in control of the audience’s vibrations. After 14-plus years as a successful ‘trance’ DJ and producer, ACOSTA releases this second and hugely anticipated full-length studio album, VISIONS BEHIND EXPRESSIONS (BLACK HOLE), on April 4th, 2011. Featuring 14 original productions – the majority of the tunes spotlighting vocalists including Fisher, May Britt, Terry Bennett, Emma Lock and Jerique Allan – the music on VISIONS BEHIND EXPRESSIONS is every bit at home on a shivering dancefloor as it is emanating from a thudding car stereo.

From the radio-ready pop enthusiasm of “Nothing You’ve Ever Seen” and the bubbly synths of “Break Me Down,” to the emotion-tugging expanse of “Falling Deep” and the soaring stabs of “True Love,” VISIONS BEHIND EXPRESSIONS straddles the line between what’s considered ‘house’ and ‘trance’ in the EDM (electronic dance music) genre. Although the tunes on this album have definite crossover appeal, true club-goers will be also be satisfied with the more underground tracks, like, “Crystalline,” with its filthy horns and hard-hitting 4/4, and “Things Are Not The Way They Used To Be” featuring Gerry Cueto.

Originating from Cuba and a long-time resident of Miami, GEORGE ACOSTA is a self-proclaimed workaholic. Voted by the readers of DJ Times Magazine as “America’s Best DJ” in 2007, ACOSTA had his first taste of commercial success with the platinum-selling “Set You Free” in 1996 under his Planet Soul alias. With the launch of his Aco Music digital imprint in 2009, ACOSTA continues to bring his sound to dancefloors and airwaves around the world. To date, ACOSTA’s weekly “Lost World” radio show has surpassed its 339th episode on Sirius XM Radio in the U.S. For GEORGE ACOSTA, rest is not an option source

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Tiesto Kaleidoscope (album)

Tiesto Kaleidoscope (album)

Kaleidoscope is the fourth studio album by Dutch trance artist Tiësto, released on 6 October 2009 on Musical Freedom, Tiësto's new label in association with PIAS Recordings.The album contains collaborations with Nelly Furtado, Emily Haines of Metric, Tegan and Sara, Jónsi of Sigur Rós, Kele Okereke of Bloc Party, and Calvin Harris among others.
The album also features the song "I Will Be Here" with Australian dance act Sneaky Sound System, which was released as the lead single on July 28, 2009. The album entered the Dutch album charts at number 2. It also debuted at number 20 on the UK album charts and at number 5 on the lrish and Mexican album charts.

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David Guetta,Just a little more love(album)

David Guetta Just a little more love.(album)
Just a Little More Love is the debut studio album by David Guetta, released on June 10, 2002 by Virgin Records France. The album uses two main vocalists, Chris Willis and Barbara Tucker. The title track "Just a Little More Love" was recorded in only thirty minutes. It was later remixed by Wally Lopez and subsequently featured on MoS: Clubbers Guide 2004 and in the soundtrack to The Football Factory. Four singles were released from the album: "Just a Little More Love", "Love Don't Let Me Go", "People Come People Go" and "Give Me Something". "Love Don't Let Me Go" was re-released in 2006 as a remix with funk band The Egg.

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Saturday, September 17, 2011

Armand van helden,killing purintans (album)

Armand van helden,killing puritans

Van Helden was born to an Indo (Dutch-Indonesian) father and a French-Lebanese mother but traveled around the world as a child, spending time in the Netherlands, Latvia, Turkey, and Italy as his father was a member of the U.S. Air Force. At the age of 13, he bought a drum machine and started DJing two years later.
He returned to Boston in 1988, moonlighting as a DJ in Boston clubs. He attended college in Boston. He quit his legal-review job in 1991 to work as a remixer under the management of Neil Petricone and X-Mix. He took up a DJ residency at the Loft, a top Boston nightclub at the time. He released his first official single, a mix of Deep Creed's "Stay On My Mind" through Nervous Records.
He released "Move It To the Left" (credited to Sultans of Swing) in 1992 on the Strictly Rhythm label, which became a moderate club hit and led to a string of singles released under several monikers for that label. His first track to make the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart was "Witch Doktor," which made the top 5 in 1994, and led to opportunities to remix acts such as New Order, Deep Forest, Jimmy Somerville, Deee-Lite, and Faithless.
However, it was the "Professional Widow" remix that established him and became a dance hit around the world as well as a number-one hit in the UK. Unfortunately, Van Helden did not receive a penny for this remix because he presented it non-commissioned and, thus, was not entitled to compensation[citation needed]. However, it led to work remixing the Rolling Stones, Janet Jackson, Katy Perry, Britney Spears, and Puff Daddy, as well as Daft Punk and Sneaker Pimps, adding to his reputation as one of the world's top house-music musicians.
"Cha Cha" was another top-ten dance hit from his first album, Old School Junkies: The Album, which was released in 1996, along with "The Funk Phenomena." A greatest hits album appeared the next year, followed by a breakbeat album later in 1997. "U Don't Know Me" was a number two hit on the Billboard dance chart, a number one in the UK, and a top 20 single on the pop charts in Australia and Canada. The song was the breakout track from his 2Future4U album, which was released stateside on Armand's own label, Armed Records.
Van Helden released the Killing Puritans album in 2000 (also on Armed Records), which contained the hit "Koochy". The track was based around Gary Numan's five times UK chart hit, "Cars".[3] His single "Why Can't You Free Some Time" made it to number 34 in the UK in 2001. His New York: A Mix Odyssey album released in 2004 produced two hits: "Hear My Name", a collaboration with Spalding Rockwell that reached number 7 on the Billboard dance chart, number 34 in the UK, and the top 40 in Australia; and "My My My", which reached number 4 on the world internet charts, number 5 in the Belgian and Dutch charts, number 6 in Australia, number 15 in the UK, and top 30 in the world dance charts.
In 2005, he released the album Nympho, featuring the singles "Into Your Eyes", "My My My", "Hear My Name", and "When the Lights Go Down". The album reached the top 30 in Australia, and number 48 in the UK. "When The Lights Go Down" reached #52[4] on the ARIA Chart in Australia, and was a dance and club hit.
Van Helden was the featured DJ in the Southern Fried tent at Get Loaded in the Park at Clapham Common on the August Bank Holiday in 2005. He treated concertgoers with an incredible mash-up set that is still spoken about today about being one of his best performances.[citation needed]
In 2006, he re-released "My My My" featuring extra vocals from Tara Mcdonald, which reached number 12 on the UK Singles Chart. In 2007, Van Helden released his new album, Ghettoblaster, from which he released the singles "NYC Beat," which reached number 22 on the UK chart, and "I Want Your Soul," which reached number 19.
In 2008, Van Helden gained more commercial success by remixing "Inspire", a #1 hit by the Japanese pop star Ayumi Hamasaki. This remix was released on the album Ayu-mi-x 6: GOLD. Also, in 2008, Van Helden released two albums, You Don't Know Me: The Best of Armand Van Helden and a mix album titled New York: a Mix Odyssey 2.
Two of his songs, "My My My" (featuring a sample from Gary Wright's "Comin' Apart") and the Dark Garage Mix of the Sneaker Pimps' "Spin Spin Sugar," are featured in Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME 2. He also edited music for Deee-Lite.
In May 2009, Van Helden collaborated with UK rap artist Dizzee Rascal on a new single entitled "Bonkers". The single entered the UK Singles Chart at number 1, where it stayed for two weeks.
Later in 2009, Van Helden worked with A-Trak to create "aNYway" which was released in October under the name Duck Sauce. The duo later gained chart success with the song Barbra Streisand, which reached number 3 in the UK.
In early 2010, Van Helden stated that he has an album planned for 2011.

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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Damian Lazarus Moment.Mp3

Damian Lazarus Moment.mp3

Lazarus was born in London, where he lived until he relocated to Los Angeles in 2009. During childhood, Damian was naturally drawn to classic pop music, and inherited from his grandfather an affection for showtunes which continues to exert itself in the strangest of ways. He spent his teens immersing himself in the sounds of hip-hop, electro, soul and funk, before discovering house, hardcore and jungle at university - sparking a love of twisted, innovative dance music which endures to this day. After working as Music Editor then Assistant Editor at Dazed & Confused, Lazarus joined London Records and in 2001 became head A&R of the City Rockers label. Here he helped sign and release some of the biggest tunes of the era, including Felix Da Housecat's 'Silver Screen Shower Scene' and Tiga & Zyntherius's 'Sunglasses at Night'; his Futurism and Futurism 2 compilations remain the definitive documents of electroclash, not only providing a snapshot of the underground at that crucial moment in time, but mapping its future too.
Damian received a major Djing break in 2002 when he was invited to spin at Barcelona's Sonar Festival and by 2003 he had residencies at some of the best club spaces in the world. His tenure at Circo Loco (DC10 Ibiza) has become the stuff of legend and found him consistently breaking boundaries of sound and stamina, freaking out the dancefloor and taking those on it to places they never knew existed, and may never get to again.
"I thought a lot about these dj sets when pre-producing the album; especially the idea of placing off and strange melodies within a 4/4 dance music structure. It's amazing what you can achieve when you're into weird stuff", he says.readmore

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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Dj Madskillz - Apollo Mp3


Although Madskillz can be found behind his turntables every weekend in clubs throughout the country, he takes producing just as seriously as DJ’ing. Because of his unique sound, DJ Madskillz is a much sought-after producer/re-mixer. In the last 20 years DJ Madskillz aka Gertjan Schonewille has worked with many leading House & techno labels such as, Plus 8 Records (Richie Hawtin), legendary Djax-up Beats (Miss Djax), Stealth (Roger Sanchez), 100% PURE (2000 and One), Area Remote and Bitten. Together with 2000 and One, Madskillz was part of classic Acid House "Edge of Motion" in the early 90's.

In 2006 he formed a producing partnership with Gregor Salto (G-REX Music) and their first successful collaboration was ‘Embryo’(DJ Madskillz & Gregor Salto, 2006). The hit was played by all the top DJs throughout the world. In the last years he also remixed tracks from international artists such as Axwell, Shinedoe, Christian Smith, Alex Celler, Roger Sanchez, 2000 and One, Sandy Rivera, Microfunk, David Penn, Till West, Eddie Thoneick and Bob Sinclar. These productions have seen them join the ranks of the top DJs.

Currently, Madskillz is in favour with his releases on the highly rated tech-house label 100% PURE, Area Remote & Bitten. His latest releases (Kliniek, Surface, Airmiles remix) are banged and played by Adam Beyer, Luciano, Paco Osuna, Tiefschwarz, Marco Carola, Karotte, Shinedoe, 2000 and One, Kabale und Liebe, Bart Skils and Anton Pieete.

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Monday, September 12, 2011

Paul van Dyk,Summer Mix 2011.mp3

Paul van Dyk,Summer Mix 2011.mp3

Matthias Paul, better known by his stage name Paul van Dyk (born 16 December 1971 in Eisenhüttenstadt, East Germany) is a German Grammy Award-winning Electronic Dance Music DJ, musician and record producer. Paul van Dyk was one of the first artists to receive a Grammy nomination in the newly added category of Best Dance/Electronic album for his 2004 release Reflections. He was named World No.1 DJ in both 2005 and 2006. Paul van Dyk is the only DJ who has remained in the World's Top 10 DJs since 1998. He is also the first DJ to be named No.1 by mixmag in 2005. As of 2007, he has sold over 4.5 million albums worldwide.
A trance producer in the early-late 1990s, Paul quickly achieved popularity with his remix of Love Stimulation by Humate under record label MFS in 1993, and his hit single, "For an Angel", but in recent times he no longer likes to describe his music as trance, but rather simply as electronic dance music.source

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Sunday, September 11, 2011

The Misfits - Fiend Club Lounge

The Misfits - Fiend ClubLounge

Misfits Meet the Nutley Brass: Fiend Club Lounge is a tribute album to the horror punk band the Misfits, recorded by the Nutley Brass and released in 2005 by Misfits Records. It features cover versions of Misfits songs from the band's early era, 1977 to 1983, performed in an instrumental "lounge" or "space age pop" style.
Misfits bassist/vocalist Jerry Only commented that "The Nutley Brass version of 'Die, Die My Darling' is swirling with 007 suspense like the soundtrack of an early James Bond movie. The horns seem to jet out like one of the old albums from the Tijuana Brass."Original Misfits guitarist Franché Coma remarked that "Fiend Club Lounge is one of the best renditions of some of the best Misfits songs ever recorded. Any true, and I mean true musician will appreciate the intricacies of the instrumentations on this CD. It takes punk music to a different level. It shows us how anything is possible if you want to make it happen. You'll think you are listening to a soundtrack from a big screen movie. A great lush theatrical feel.readmore

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Friday, September 9, 2011

Dirty South,open your heart

Born in Belgrade, Serbia, Dirty South's producing career developed in tandem to with his DJ'ing career. He used his family computer to create remixes and mashups of other artists tracks and distributed them worldwide, which caught the attention of Australian Vicious Vinyl records, who signed him up in 2005.
In late 2006, he achieved the number one position in the Australian Club Charts with his remix of It's Too Late by Evermore, and was the first Australian artist since 1999 to win one of Pete Tong's Essential New Tune awards.
Dirty South teamed up with British DJ Paul Harris in 2007 and produced Better Day, which earned Dirty South another essential radio play by Pete Tong. He also remixed a number of songs, including "Reach For Me," "Feels Like Home," and "Higher State of Consciousness" with fellow Melbournians TV Rock. In late July 2007, he joined together with MYNC Project to release "Everybody Freakin'." But Dirty South's biggest honour came when his new single "Let It Go," got released on Axwell's record label Axtone. He was ranked second in the annual InTheMix 50 DJ poll in 2007.
Dragan Roganović provided a remix for Kaskade's song Sorry. The remix has been nominated for a 2008 Grammy Award for Best Remixed Recording.
He was ranked 59 in the 2009 DJ Mag Top 100 DJ poll.
Dirty South's new track "Phazing," featuring Rudy, is one of the top sellers on Beatport.source

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Thursday, September 8, 2011

Erick Morillo,Dance I Said

  Erick Morillo,Dance I Said

Erick Morillo (born 1971 in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia) is a Colombian-American DJ, music producer and record label owner. Having produced under a number of pseudonyms, including Ministers De la Funk, The Dronez, RAW, Smooth Touch, RBM, Deep Soul, Club Ultimate and Li'l Mo Ying Yang, Morillo is best known for his international work in house music, in particular for the label Strictly Rhythm, and the 1993 hit “I Like to Move It”, which he produced under the pseudonym Reel 2 Real, and which was featured in commercials, movies and ringtones, and his label Subliminal Records is one of the most renowned record labels on the house scene, particularly in the US.

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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Dj tiesto,In my memory,

Dj tiesto,In My memory

In My Memory is the first solo CD produced by trance artist DJ Tiësto, released on April 15, 2001 (see 2001 in music). This CD featured the vocals of Jan Johnston, Nicola Hitchcock, and Kirsty Hawkshaw. Junkie XL produced Obsession on this CD. This CD produced 5 major hits that launched Tiësto's career. The singles were Dallas 4PM, Flight 643, Obsession, Lethal Industry and Suburban Train. These singles are well affiliated with Tiësto worldwide. A remix album was released later on and it charted #12 in the US Hot Dance Club Play read more

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deadmau5,Full Circle

Full CircleJoel Thomas Zimmerman (born January 5, 1981), better known by his stage name deadmau5 (pronounced "dead mouse"), is a Canadian progressive, electro, and house producer based in Toronto. His tracks have been included in compilation albums such as In Search of Sunrise 6: Ibiza, MixMag's Tech-Trance-Electro-Madness (mixed by deadmau5 himself), and on Armin van Buuren's A State of Trance radio show. His debut album, Get Scraped, was released in 2006, followed by others in the next few years.
As well as his own solo releases, deadmau5 has worked alongside other DJs and producers, such as Kaskade, MC Flipside, Rob Swire of Pendulum, Skrillex, and Steve Duda under the BSOD alias. He is known for often performing in a titular costume head, which resembles a mouse head, that he originally created while learning to use a 3D program.readmore

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Edward Maya, Desert Rain


Edward Maya born Eduard Marian Ilie on June 29, 1986 is a Romanian DJ, performer and record producer of electronic dance music. Being raised in an environment that treasures the true artistic value of musicianship and revels in the mastering of instrumental skill, it was Edward's deep rooted love and passion for music that encouraged him to start his career as an international artist attending Bucharest's George Enescu Music High School.

  While continuing his studies at the Bucharest Conservatory, Edward Maya began writing songs, one of which became an entry in the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest, and collaborating with a number of Romania's leading producers, earning credits on different recordings. He become a successful producer in his own right with the work he put in the making of the romanian band Akcent album "No Tears" , which scored a number of hits in Europe like "Stay with Me", "That's My Name" and "Lover's Cry".

  Although he's only been in the public eye only since 2009, he crammed at least a decade's worth of career highs and lows into those few short, high-profile years. He came to prominence grace to his new and unique touch to the house music scene with the unmistakable accordion sounds that made him a global figure in clubs all over the world in only one year after the release of his first single as an artist in the summer of 2009 called "Stereo Love" featuring Russian DJ Vika Jigulina. The single entered the top 5 singles charts in Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK and The Sultanate of Oman and it was certified platinum in Canada, Denmark, Germany,Switzerland and double platinum in Spain.

  After accumulating over 115 million views on Youtube and making Edward Maya the first Romanian featured in the Top 20 Billboard Hot 100 as the single peaked at number 17, reaching the number one Dance Airplay single of 2010 in Billboard's Year End issue and the longest charting in the history of the European Top Hot 100 with a total of 52 weeks spent on charts it was time for "Stereo Love" to claim another milestone as the finalists for the 2011 Billboard Music Award were announced featuring Edward Maya besides Lady Gaga, Yolanda Be Cool & D Cup and La Roux in the Top Dance Song category as the only romanian song in the competition. It has also topped the Billboard Dance/Club Play at number 1 and became very popular in cities like New York City reaching #1 at various radio stations.

  In May 2010, Edward Maya released his follow-up single, "This Is My Life" featuring vocals from Vika Jigulina that quickly became an international hit being featured in the Romanian Top 100 and the European Hot 100 Singles charts and racking up almost 40 million views on YouTube as a result of the tremendous number of shows Edward Maya had in his "This Is My Life Tour" in countries like Brazil, Senegal, Dubai, Albania, India and many other where the Romanian music was still unknown.

  In recent years, Edward Maya's focus has shifted over many things, as the former music producer in now the proud owner of his own company “Mayavin Company” which includes a record label "Mayavin Records", a booking agency that represents  artists as Ida Corr, Yolanda Be Cool, Steve Edwards, Chris Willis and others, and "Mayavin Store" an online store where you can find all Edward Maya’s songs, albums and fashion items, yet another big step further in his rising career.

  His contributions to the Romanian music industry have gained him numerous achievements, Edward Maya's lifelong devotion to music serving him well as he continues to improve his work and musical style with the release of his third single "Desert Rain" featuring Vika Jigulina on Christmas night worldwide, being his first single as an independent artist released under his own record label "Mayavin Records". The single spawned 8 million views on YouTube in only few months after release and reached number 1 in various radio stations charts all over the world.read more

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Monday, September 5, 2011

dj vadim - abstract hallucinating gases (album)

In 1994, Vadim founded his own independent record label, Jazz Fudge, but signed to Ninja Tune the following year, before his current label BBE, in 2007. Aside from DJ-ing and producing, he has also worked as in A&R and promotion, as well as a radio presenter on the BBC's "Around The World In Eight Relays" programme.
Throughout his career he has worked with a variety of musicians, singers and groups, including DJ Krush, Stevie Wonder, The Roots, Prince, Public Enemy, Dilated Peoples, Kraftwerk, Sly and the family stone, Fat Freddys Drop, Super Furry Animals, and Paul Weller. He is also known for having worked with a number of unsigned artists who later went on to find commercial success.
In addition to his regular album releases, he has also recorded under the names "Andre Gurov" and "Little Aida" and has appeared as a member of the various artists project The Isolationist. He is also the DJ and producer for Spanish hip hop group 7 Notas 7 Colores, and, in 2001, was nominated alongside them at the Latin Grammy Awards.
His album, USSR: Life From The Other Side featured Scratch Perverts, Iriscience (from Dilated Peoples), Blade and Yarah Bravo. To promote the record, Vadim put together a live group - The Russian Percussion - consisting of Mr Thing (turntables), Killa Kela (beat box), Blu Rum 13 (MC), John Ellis (keyboards). The tour consisted of 200 live shows taking in twenty four countries throughout Europe and North America.
His central project for 2005-6 was DJ-ing for the hip-hop group One Self, with MCs Yarah Bravo and Blu Rum 13. The first One Self album, Children of Possibility was released on September 20, 2005.
He has made many remixes from The Cure, Erykah Badu, Alice Russell, Paul Weller, Prince, CL Smooth,
On average he performs 170-180 shows a year and has played in over 63 countries.source
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Sunday, September 4, 2011

ASC Nothing is Certain LP

Put simply, the beauty of ASC's approach—and of the Autonomic school in general—is that it synthesises the old and the new in a way that's both respectful and heterogeneous (wildly so at times, but selectively too), while occupying—thanks to its canon-blitzing rhythmic vocabulary—a genuinely autonomous and intriguing position within the wider sphere of EDM. It's mature club music of the highest calibre, for dancers who care about the short but nevertheless rich history of rave, and who've been around for long enough to know that in the endless, tyrannical quest for innovation, the bravest thing to do is look back, take stock and build with care and understanding. You'd be hard pressed to find an album which does so more radically, or elegantly, than this one
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The Weeknd Thursday

The Weeknd's debut album/mixtape House of Balloons took the over-the-top literalism of singers like The-Dream and R. Kelly to a grittier and even more explicit world of sex, drugs, violence and, above all, self-pity. There was a noir-ish coat of regret and withdrawal comparable to fellow Torontonian Drake (who makes an appearance here on "The Zone"). That it was bolstered by singer Abel Tesfaye's angelic melisma and some of the most intricate production heard in R&B in a while was mere icing on the cake.

Its quick follow-up, Thursday, is not a disappointment, though it's hard to imagine many records standing up to the majesty—or novelty—of House of Balloons. On Balloons the star was Tesfaye's voice and chilling lyrics, but on Thursday he begins to recede into a haze of narcotic numbing and the piercing aural shrapnel of tinnitus frequencies. Rather than crystal-clear crooning, we get choirs of Tesfayes swirling and winding around elaborate, meandering songs. Opener "Lonely Star" takes thirty seconds of psychedelia to congeal into anything recognizable, but even then it feels like Tesfaye's voice is struggling to be heard amidst the cacophonous choir of drum machines, shrill guitar squalls and bursts of white noise. The result is a record that feels less immediate, but maybe more engrossing. readmore
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Saturday, September 3, 2011

Ideal J - Original MC's Sur Une Mission (1996)

Mehdi was born of Tunisian background in Hauts-de-Seine, the northwestern suburbs of Paris. He was a former disc jockey of the groups Different Teep (ex-group of Manu Key & Lil Jahson), Ideal J and former member of the collective the Mafia K'1 Fry. He was also a long time the quasi-appointed producer of the group 113 and carried out the nearly all the production of the albums for Different Teep and Karlito. Amid his work Mehdi has remixed various electronic acts and composition soundtracks for many French and international films.
Being recognized for his efforts and budding into one of the French underground hip hop music scene’s premier producers, since then he has pushed the boundaries by mixing hip hop and electronic music. Collaboration with such notable artists of the likes of Daft Punk, Cassius, MC Solaar, Futura 2000, Asian Dub Foundation and Chromeo among others. “Coming from a rap music background, it’s always nice to collaborate within other music genres…Paris is very inspiring because a lot of people are making great stuff, music and in other arts related fields also. My music and philosophies revolve around beats and blues, that’s how I would try to describe it.”
Signing to cross-genre label Ed Banger Records, Mehdi and Pedro Winter (aka Busy P) were working on various disco-hop sounds the two as far back as 1997. Together they hosted a very successful monthly night at former Paris nightspot Pulp. “I like to be the DJ, I love it so much. I love to try new things. You would never get into this business to be bored, or you would hope not.”
Mehdi released his first full-length LP in 2002 The Story of Espion, followed by his second album, Lucky Boy, in August 2006. With the popularity of cross genre hip hop into such areas as indie and electronic music, popularization by Timbaland and other labels from the United States in more recent years had assisted to bridge the gap between dance genres.
Mehdi's single "I Am Somebody" was used in a 2007 American commercial for XM radio. More recently, DJ Mehdi has been part of a group of friends and DJ's collectively known as "Club 75" which includes Cassius, Busy P and Xavier de Rosnay (Justice). He launched a project together with Riton (musician) in 2010 that’s called "Carte Blanche".readmore
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Friday, September 2, 2011

dj rolando,jaguar

Real Name: Rolando Ray Rocha
Profile: Born in the 1970s in southwest Detroit, he grew up in the Hispanic district heavily influenced by his cultural latin rhythms and percussion. Encouraged from an early age by his musician father, he pursued his own interest in music and became well known and respected within the community. It was later when he heard Jeff Mills as "The Wizard" that he discovered the innovative sounds of Techno. Through a mutual friend he was introduced to "Mad" Mike Banks and promptly became a member of the enigmatic Underground Resistance crew. source
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