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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Re – Fuge Harry Game 2 (CJ Stone Remix – Saltwater Mashup)

There is no straight forward path to becoming a success in the world of dance music, if you are a DJ, producer or both it seems very difficult to go from bedroom oblivion to superclub stardom.  Using turntables, CD players or an MP3 player, a DJ selects and plays music in some type of a club setting. The setting may be a neighborhood party, a small club, a disco, a rave, or even a stadium. A professional DJ must love music and entertain people. The main focus of a DJ is on the music they play and how they mix beats and remix tracks in and out of each other or also just to add a bit of energy to a track. A DJ will build a set by choosing tracks to control the energy level of the crowd and use beatmixing techniques to create seamless transitions between tracks. Laser light shows, small party games and stylish gigs also add to the overall performance levels of professional Disc Jockeys. Music Disc Jockeys can also take in requests about the songs that should be played from the audience, in order to ensure that the guests remain pleased with the music being belted out. A theoretical online study of various music videos, genres and styles is necessary too. A well-trained professional music DJ can indeed add to the overall attractive features of any party or social gathering.

Tigara Electronica

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Narcotic Thrust – I Like It (Waveshock Pres. Elite Sound Remix)

"Narcotic Thrust comprises of multi-talented DJ/Producer duo Andy Morris and Stuart Crichton. Although the name may appear to be a new one for many, the pair have been working both together and independently in the dance scene for over ten years. It should be pointed out that Narcotic Thrust’s name comes not from references to intravenous drug abuse or even from substance enhanced sexual activity, but is simply an anagram of Stuart’s name! Stuart began with some seminal slabs of progressive house on Limbo Records in the early 90’s under such guises as "Havana" as well as remixing the big names of the day such as The Grid and Rozalla. Then under the name Umboza he scored 2 top 15 hits for Positiva Records with “Cry India” and “Sunshine”. Stuart continued to write and produce with cream of the dance industry. He was recently responsible for the cheeky mash-up of Kylie and New Order used on the Brit Awards. Native Australian Andy teamed up with Stuart in London on the back of successful DJ residencies at The Leisure Lounge and Club UK. Since then Andy has taken up a weekly spot on Kiss FM and toured the globe with his record box, while making records for labels such as Jive, Whoop! And Pitch Black (NYC) and compiling a successful "Parallels" mix album for Logic Records. Andy’s dancefloor sensibilities and Stuart’s production skills led to Narcotic Thrust’s first release “Funky Acid Baby” aired on the now defunct Indochina Records. Some juicy remixes for Apollo 404, Real 2 Real and Amen UK followed."                                                      Article source:

Today we're talking about "I Like It", a dance hit originally released in 2004. Waveshock Pres. Elite Sound tried to show us a "facelift" of it, making it totally different.

Friday, February 26, 2010

Deepcentral – In Love (Allexinno Red Rose Remix)

George and Doru started working on their project by the 2006 winter. While taking some time and working close to other music producers in their studio, ideas started to show up and get shaped as a new concept, but there were no good results until two years later. On the stage, George takes up the mixing part, while Doru completes their performance with his voice, one of the best male voice in romanian music.  "The Deepcentral Project" was made  just as we felt, without actually thinking on contracts, without any pressures. We were both used that for the final product the producer will give his accept or deny for the release, the final word belongs to him", said the boys in an interview. New music style, a look in trend and a voice with personality are just a few elements that makes Deepcentral a succesful romanian music band.

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Noir – My MTV (Kaito Remix)

"MTV is a socially aware channel
MTV is basking in the glow of critical acclaim
MTV is just a sign of how weird i've become
MTV makes me wanna see tv
MTV makes me wanna switch the channel over to MTV
MTV is selling American musician short
What MTV needs is to get back it's roots, way back
I love MTV
MTV is all about providing a platform for the voice of young people
MTV is a global brand which thinks and acts locally
MTV is an exercise in multi-tasking
MTV is a beacon for popular culture
MTV is viewed in over 342 million household in 140 countries
MTV is a lifestyle channel now
MTV is the most wanted music channel
MTV is all about learning what kids really what
MTV is trying to expand the music business
MTV is running hip-hop
MTV is about money making
MTV is evil
MTV is the root of all evil
MTV is beating it
MTV is youth marketing empire
MTV is actually a music flavored television station
MTV just knows what it's all about
MTV is the bomb
MTV is feeling the backlash of it's superbowl half-time show
MTV is not the first media group to stay in such a none event
MTV is pissed at my Kelly Osbourne
MTV is freakin' weird
MTV has now becoming a powerful retailer
MTV is the envy of media brands around the world
MTV is popular
MTV is the shit" (Part of "My MTV lyrics)

These lyrics bring up some weird crossed-phrases, mostly true and kinda funny. I found the Kaito Mix of "My MTV" by Noir, wich actually sounds good, not as good as the Decaff Remix, but I'm not able to find it anymore on the web. I'll have to wait for directions from you.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Depeche Mode – Enjoy The Silence (Pablo Roma Bootleg Remix)

"Progressive house has been the queen of electronic music for a long time. Progressive house is typified by accelerating peaks and troughs throughout a track's duration, and are, in general, less obvious than in hard house. Layering different sound on top of each other and slowly bringing them in and out of the mix is a key idea behind the progressive movement. A progressive house "set" is one encompassing many different subtleties of styles and having many different sounds (whether it be thunderous basslines, shimmering pads and synths, vocals, percussion) intertwining, and evolving as the set develops. And the records mixed and blended in a way so there are things subtly changing all the time, and peaks and troughs keeping the interest and excitement".  What you are gonna experience once you hit "play" is beyond imaginable. This is by far the best remix I have ever heard.  Enjoy the...

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Rol Madness feat. Cj Wega & Alexa – Missing (Electric Pulse Remix)

"Writing electronic music may seem like an easy task at first. All who have tried have realised that there is a difference between writing a piece that sounds either amateurish or too commercial and creating something truly unique. Electronic music is supposed to be opening new horizons towards melodic and rhythmic structures that are not limited by physical properties of natural instruments and its musicians. One can argue though, that the removal of all such intermediaries brings the composer a step closer to the ultimate barrier. Of course, we’re talking about inspiration. There are a plenty of audio samples and software packages out there, in fact maybe too many. Machines are increasingly fast and humans increasingly impatient which inevitably leads to a path where machines will be able to interface with the composer on almost an organic level and reward the musician with an instant result. Unfortunately we’re not quite there yet and it will be some time until we reach that level. But let’s reflect on this exciting time where technology and science flourish and draw our inspiration from this dynamic and uplifting era."                               Article source:


Monday, February 22, 2010

Vali Barbulescu – Addicted (Deepside Deejays Remix)

Vali Barbulescu is a romanian photographer and music producer. He started mixing for the first time at the age of 20, using the famous Technics  SL 1200 MKII turntable. As a professional Dj, during his career he worked together with famous artists like ATB, Roger Sanchez, David Morales or James Zabiela. Vali is also a publisher for the FHM magazine, as photographer. The 2010 version of well-known dancefloor smash hit "Addicted" is actually a mashup beetween "Addicted to Beautiful Days" of Deepside DeeJays and Vali Barbulescu's "Addicted". Both parts work together excelent, generating repeateadly demands for the audience.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Armin Van Buuren&Sharon Den Adel-In And Out Of Love (Alex Menco&Dj Shirshnev Remix)

I decided the things should go a little bit further. So now we're taking it the hard way. As an upgrade, this post will get us involved in 2010's progressive trance. Something different, brand new style, professional work, High-Definition quality. Probably you've never heard something greater than this one, unique by it's way. The music theme created by sound brakes anything on it's way and estableshes a a stable high-speed connection between listener and creator. You gotta' stop what your doing and listen to this!

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Mika – Relax, Take It Easy (Dj Sveta Club Mix)

Originally released in the UK in 2006, "Relax Take It Easy" is one of Mika's major hit's, beeing at the same time his debut single. Dj Sveta made a hit a big on this one. The arrangement is obviously reworked while carefully taking care of the vocals so the bass line may fit exactly with the tempo. Described as a beautiful remix, "Relax, Take It Easy" in Sveta's version pushes club boundaries beyond expectable. 4 years since official release, 2 years since this remix and I still can't find a better one. I'm gonna let you decide if I'm right or wrong.

Friday, February 19, 2010

Global Deejays – Everybody’s Free (Rework & Rozalla Club Mix)

"Global Deejays is an Austrian dance trio composed of DJ Taylor (Konrad Schreyvogl), DJ Mikkel (Mikkel Christensen) and FLOw (Florian Schreyvogl). Their first three singles were big hits in Europe. They remixed “The Sound Of San Francisco”, A Mix of “Stars On 45” along with several other songs. They’re very popular, and have a similar sound with other Djs like Benny Benassi, Global Playboys, Vinylshakerz, Royal Gigolos and the Disco Kings. The Global Deejays established themselves firmly in the international dance scene with the “Sound of San Francisco”. The three musicians produce their tracks in their own studios and are also very successful with other projects. As DJ’s they stand at the forefront of music and constantly supply worldwide dancefloors withbwere nominated for many awards (Echo), and even won some of them, including the Polish ESKA Award and the Russian MTV Energy Award." Article source:
I believe a good mix will always tell a story. A good mix will have a gradual build up and hard break down. A good mix will always have a general theme in terms of genre and will always leave the crowd wanting more. Now, what separates a good DJ from a great DJ is a great one will always play off the crowd's general mood/vibe and use it against them to really spark up the feeling. This is probably why I love to spin vocals so much because if you choose the right vocal track, so much emotion can be invoked...". Wonder what this is? It's just an opinion of one's passion for clubbing. Music can say lot of things, finding the right way to understand the story line behind the scenary makes it difficult, but so much appreciated.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Timbaland feat. Nelly Furtado & Soshy – The Morning After Dark (Electro 2010 Remix)

We got what we needed, and that's a new release from "Master" Timbaland. Like in his previous releases, he created a new style, based on audince's demands. "Super-producer Timbaland has stamped his indelible imprint on the music scene since the mid-1990's.  His production has helped create career-defining hits for artists such as Jodeci, Aaliyah, Ginuwine, Missy Elliott, Destiny’s Child, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg and Jay-Z, among many others.  Respected beyond the genres of urban and hip hop music, Timbaland, whose musical influences cross cultural lines, has also been sought by diverse superstars whose music similarly knows no boundaries, from pop star Justin Timberlake to avant-singer Bjork. Timbaland’s genre breaking has changed popular music today, and he takes pride in his success at staying ahead of the curve with his originality and experimentation. Confident and charismatic, his goal is still to blow the listener’s mind and make them move to the beat.  On the personal side, this artist/producer is an avid bodybuilder committed to a strict diet and training regimen, and as serious about working out as he is about his time in the studio.  “You can accomplish anything you put your mind to if you stay persistent and disciplined,” explains the driven and dedicated Timbaland, an innovator of sound who continues to set popular tastes while adventurously expanding his musical palette. "  Article source:

RomCadou - Cadouri Romania

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Alice Deejay – Better Off Alone (Eliran Haliva Remix)

Hello party people! I'm back again with some hot club music, in multi-channel vibes. Today's episode: Alice Deejay. Alice DeeJay is a Dutch dance music group, who achieved success from 1999 to 2001. The group consists of producers Pronti (born Eelke Kalberg), Kalmani {born Sebastiaan Molijn) and DJ Jurgen, with lead singer Judith Pronk and accompanying singers Gaby and Jane. The group released their material on the Positiva label. Alice Deejay launched their career in July 1999 with “Better Off Alone”, an accessible and upbeat Eurodance tune. In the UK, the song went platinum and reached number 2 in the UK singles chart. The group also achieved success with the follow-up single “Back In My Life” in November of the same year. The group’s first and, to date, only album is Who Needs Guitars Anyway?, which was released on April 11, 2000. The album contains upbeat, popular dance tracks, and is one of only a handful of dance music albums to enter the Top Ten of the UK albums chart. The group made the UK Top 20 with three more tracks: “Will I Ever”, “The Lonely One” and “Celebrate Our Love”, although each single’s chart position was lower than its predecessor’s one. The group has not performed publicly since November 9, 2002, when they played seemingly their last gig in Utrecht.                                                  Article source:

In fact, I've been searching for a remix of Better Off Alone for a very long time , but I still can't find one better than Eliran Haliva's. I'm gonna keep my sight opened for any suggestions. Enjoy!

Friday, February 5, 2010

Paul Van Dyk – For An Angel (Dave Darell Remix)

"Born in Eisenhuettenstadt, East Germany, Paul van Dyk grew up in communist East Berlin. Because his community did not have a true club culture, Paul van Dyk listened to the radio where he discovered his passion for music that extended beyond Techno music – he wanted to create a different, more unique sound. In the early 1990’s Paul van Dyk was spinning regularly at various clubs in Berlin before releasing his first album 45 RPM in 1994. But it wasn’t until the release of his second album Seven Ways which catapulted him into the Top 100, followed by the release of his hit single "For An Angel," which began to earn him praise across the globe. By the time Paul van Dyk released Out There & Back in 2000, it became clear that the Berlin-based musician had far more to offer than his signature club sets and remixes that had already defined him as one of the most influential DJs and producers of all time. His first compilation mix CD Politics of Dancing was released in 2001, followed by Global in 2003 – a DVD which illustrates his own experiences traveling the world. Grammy nominated artist, globally acclaimed DJ and audio architect Paul van Dyk continues to dominate the electronic music charts and appears at the pinnacle of every Top DJ list around the globe. PvD, as his fans have nicknamed him, has been ranked the World’s No. 1 DJ by DJ Magazine’s "Top 100 DJs poll" two times something less than a handful of DJs have ever achieved."                                                          Article source:

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Dirty South – Let It Go (Fellipe Senne Remix)

"It has been an amazing ride for the Grammy Nominated DJ/Producer Dirty South aka Dragan Roganovic. Born in Belgrade, Serbia and relocating to Melbourne, Australia when he was 13, kick started his musical journey as he started to get influenced by everything around him. Like many other youngsters starting out in the music biz, Dragan couldn’t afford turntables but he managed to improvise with his old NEC Hi-Fi and started mixing with the tape decks. From here on, Dragan developed further by making bootlegs and mashups. Next step was to get even more serious so a brand new computer, software and keyboards were needed. The first official production was released in 2004 and Dirty South was born. Soon after that, there was an invasion of Dirty South releases and remixes. In 2005 and 2006, Dirty South was nominated for the renowned Australian Music Industry’s top accolade, the ARIA awards and in 2007 he took home the “Best Producer” trophy at the inthemix top 50 awards. He did that again the following year and added best local DJ to his awards list. Since then, there have been many nominations, awards and accolades, including numerous “Essential New Tune” gongs by the legendary Pete Tong, who hosts the leading weekly global dance radio show The Essential Selection..

Besides the successes he has had on his own, with releases like “It’s Too Late”, “Let It Go”, “The End” and “Alamo”, Dirty South has joined forces with some of best producers in the world and created anthems such as “Open Your Heart” with Axwell and “How Soon Is Now” with David Guetta and Sebastian Ingrosso. On the remix tip, Dirty South has given the remix treatment to some of the most recognisable names in the music industry including U2, Snoop Dogg, Tracey Thorn, Depeche Mode, David Guetta and Josh Wink. Alongside his productions, Dirty South started developing his DJ career. At first Australian turf was covered many times, but then the demand spread overseas, and soon enough he was playing for some of the best clubs and festivals across the globe, including Ultra Music Festival, Pacha (Ibiza & New York), Ministry of Sound, Space, Vanguard, Creamfields, Global Gathering, Sensation White and many others. The heavy touring payed off, and in 2008, Dirty South was voted No.74 in the DJ MAG Top 100 competition. In between his heavy touring and producing schedule, there has always been time to do a yearly mix CD, and Dirty South has put his name down to compilations for labels such as Ministry Of Sound, Toolroom Records, Cr2 and SONY to name a few. With only a few short years under his belt in the international production scene, Dirty South’s potential to achieve tremendous musical heights seems limitless. This is the story so far, and there is definitely more to come from Dirty South…" Article source: Dirty South on MySpace.
Magazin oficial Catalin Botezatu

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Radio Killer – Voila (Dj July Extended Mix)

Coming up loud in a new project, Radio Killer, as a concept, promised to innovate a new way of mixing, smoother, softer, enjoyable. Their first composition as a band, Voila, was released in 2009's last semester. I'm sure you will be surprised to find out where Radio Killer comes from: Romania! The hit was a total succes and the music video also, breaking down  all music charts. The Official Website has a special design, an attractive user-interface where you can find info and other remixes of  "Voila" :

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