iEDM Radio Episode 144: Fox Stevenson

May 21st, 2017

Bio
Unhindered by the constraints of a particular genre, Fox Stevenson pushes against imposed limitations.

Growing up in an artistic environment, with a musician, writer, and theater director for a father, Fox didn’t need much prodding to explore art from the inside-out. Laying down his tracks from scratch, he will also write and perform his own vocals. As a live musician, he is unafraid to pick up the guitar, drums, bass, or mix a live DJ set on stage.

The casual listener is immediately struck by the emotional pith and complex narrative structures of his songs. Most dance song lyrics are throwaway, but Fox’s tracks are genuine, space-creating oddities of a new generation. They are indebted to the old singer-songwriters of the past, while also challenging traditional expectations for beat-based, electronic music. In a world that often prefers we choose ‘one or the other’, Fox is one of the few willing to balance and create a free-flowing tri-force of dance, pop, and rock in his music.

A rare master of the live and digital, he is always experimenting and improving on his own structural artifices. “There is no best way,” he says, “that I would prefer to learn. When someone tries to tell me the ‘best’ way of compressing a snare, I prefer to learn it myself, because otherwise I would never try and go outside of that.” Keeping true to this spirit—to his own standards—he has been performing under the alias Fox Stevenson, reflecting his maturing growth as an artist, and culminating in the release of his first EP, Endless, with Firepower Records. Following his debut EP, Fox released songs on Spinnin’ Records, Circus Records, Firepower Records, and on his own record label Cloudhead Records. With six Beatport #1 Releases under his name, in 2016, Fox Stevenson partnered with powerful bass music taste-making label, Disciple, while continuing close ties with Spinnin’ Records for house/electro music.

Be on the lookout for Fox Stevenson as he gets his music out to a wider audience, ups the ante with world-tours, produces in more sophisticated studios, and hosts a plethora of collaborations with other artists—as he tries simply, in his own words, “to be better and better.”

Tracklist
Fox Stevenson - ID
Shakecraft - Patchy Ft. Elektra
Aylen - Spread Ft. Gosh Father
Fox Stevenson - ID
Don Diablo - Cutting Shapes
Zedd - I Want You To Know (Fox Stevenson Remix)
Zonderling - Tunnel Vision (Don Diablo Edit)
Simian Mobile Disco - Audacity of Huge
Fox Stevenson - Tico
Antronio Giacca - Drop That Booty
Getter & ghastly - 666!
Tourist - To Have You Back
Oliver Heldens - Wombass
Madison Mars - Nilky Way
Quintino - Winner
Fox Stevenson - ID
Becky G - Shower (Mike Williams)
KC Lights - Intimacy
Fox Stevenson - ID
EPTIC - The End (Breax VIP)
Valentino Khan - Deep Down Low
Eptic & Habstrakt - Lazor 3000
Fox Stevenson - Sweets (Soda Pop)
Fox Stevenson & Curbi - Hoohah
Skrillex & Must Die! - VIPs
Calippo - How's Your Body
Fox Stevenson & Curbi - Hoohah VIP
Culture Shock - Gears
Fox Stevenson - Saloon
Subscape - I Would Have Loved You
Naked Fish & Fat Yeti - Surreality
Bro Safari & Space Laces - Fang Banger
Jaguar Skillz - Reload That
Zonderling - Crazy For You
Space laces - Bug Bass
Bevild - Wanna (Tisoki Flip)
Fox Stevenson - Radar
Fox Stevenson - ID
Lethal Bizzle - Fester Skank (Don Diablo Remix)
Hailee Steinfeld & Grey - Starving (Bali Bandits Remix)
Fox Stevenson - ID
Fox Stevenson - Never Before (Things Keep Changing)
Fox Stevenson - Rocket
Dj Snake & Yellowclaw - Ocho Cinco (Barely Alive Remix)
Mediks - So Cruel (Naked Fish Remix)

Socials
http://facebook.com/FoxStevensonMusic
http://instagram.com/FoxStevenson
http://twitter.com/FoxStevensonNow
http://youtube.com/FoxStevensonTV
http://soundcloud.com/foxstevenson

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iEDM Radio Episode 143: Showtek

May 15th, 2017

Bio
Wouter and Sjoerd Janssen, aka Showtek, two brothers from Eindhoven have been making music for over a decade. Two rebels kicking against the shins of establishment, speaking a language the party crowd could believe in.?It was in 2012 when they truly exploded onto the global dance scene with the release of ‘Cannonball’. Childhood dreams became reality. Countless new fans joined. New productions got recognized and reached all corners of the planet, following the release of ‘Booyah’; a track that has Showtek written all over it, that it screamed it so loud that everyone sat up and listened, resulting in a top #5 spot in the UK singles chart and their first worldwide major hit! Momentum gaining, hundreds of thousands of fans worldwide have their eyes fixed on anything that is yet to come.

Get ready to join the tribe: Here is Showtek!

Wouter is the wiz kid perfectionist where ‘good is just never good enough’ and his will to succeed is paramount as he’s always looking for that ‘eureka’ moment. Pair that with his endless love for music, his extensive memory and lust for sports and you have one half of Showtek.?

Sjoerd, Wouter’s younger brother and partner in crime is often pointed out as the quiet one, yet with his volcanic character he can transform himself from a mild mannered fashion conscious gentleman into a fearless, crowd controlling MC and entertainer. He’s not one to follow a crowd and is always looking to push Showtek to a place where they will definitely stand out visually and sonically.

Tracklist
Showtek & Brooks – On Our Own Ft. Nathalie Major
Herobust – Dirty work (Barely Alive Remix)
Dogblood – Middlefinger (kedzie vip bootie)
Ummet Ozcan Ft. Ambush – Bombjack
Dimes – Go Down Low (Hardwell edit)
Major Lazer & Autoerotique – Hit That
Kuuro – Savage
Drake vs Afro – Fake Love House (Showtek Ultra Miami 2017 bootleg)
Wiwek – Fake G
Party Favor – WAWA
Showtek vs Technoboy & Tuneboy – Mellow (YDG remix)
Migos - Bad & Boujee vs Supernatural (Henry Fong bootleg)
Flux Pavillion & NGHTMRE – Feel Your Love
Nightowls – Blacked Out (Ft. Brewski)
Say My Name & Kevin Flum – Get On My Level
NIGHTMRE – Left Alone
Skrillex – Cinema (Luca Lush flip)
Valentino Khan – Make some noise (Ft. DJ Kool)
Ricky Remedy – Back To The Trap
Major Lazer & Showtek – Believer

Socials
http://facebook.com/showtek
http://instagram.com/showtek
http://twitter.com/showtek
http://youtube.com/showtek
http://bit.ly/ShowteksFavorites
http://showtek.nl

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iEDM Radio Episode 137: Kill The Buzz

April 2nd, 2017

Bio
Kill the Buzz, real name Adithya Nanuru, began making music at the age of 10, igniting a passion that would eventually see him playing to some of the biggest crowds in the world and alongside some of the biggest names in electronic music. The Breda-based producer has climbed the progressive house ladder right to the top and is now reaching the lofty heights after receiving well deserved praise from the community and valiant support from the titans of the upper reaches, a cast that includes artists such as Dannic and Sander van Doorn, as well as the legendary David Guetta and Hardwell. With his 2012 breakthrough track ‘Party Hard’ signalling to the world that Kill the Buzz was the name to watch, Nanuru has since gone from strength to strength, supporting Hardwell, the biggest DJ on the planet, around the globe as part of his I Am Hardwell series of shows, signing to Revealed Recordings and releasing some of the most vital progressive house of the past few years.

Kill The Buzz heard his music broadcast to millions when his collaborative track with Joey Suki ‘Life is Calling’, received worldwide radio airplay at the tail end of 2013, sending huge waves through the dance music community. With its exquisite combination of towering electro house beats and melodic sensibilities, the track propelled Kill the Buzz into the upper echelons of the genre where he remains today. On Revealed Recordings, Nanaru has released numerous collaborations with both rising artists like David Spekter and established names such as Manse, with whom he’s ventured out alongside on the Revealed Presents Asian tour, playing to frenzied audiences in cities including Octagon in South Korea, Levels in Hong Kong and Myst in Shanghai across 8 dates in total.

Kill the Buzz’s music is an elaborate combination of expertly crafted electro house and compelling progressive beats, infinitely danceable but retaining a sense of intricate melody and harmony, something perfectly highlighted in ‘Dreamin’, his joint release with fellow Revealed artist Ralvero in 2015, as well as his scorching remix of Jason Derulo’s ‘Want To Want Me’ that took the pop sensation’s original working to new, lofty heights. Equally suited for radio play, humongous festivals and intimate rooms, KTB’s distinctive branch of the genre incorporates both influences from his peers and supporters, as well as unique experimentation with texture and sound. The latter part of the year also saw him gear up for a collaborative release with label mates Futuristic Polar Bears entitled ‘Shake it off’, a track that received support from names including Ummet Ozcan, R3hab and many more, with his rapid trajectory to the top becoming further solidified by his standing in the dance music community.

2016’s release schedule has continued to impress, with highlight tracks such as ‘All The Way Down’ with Tom Swoon on Revealed Recordings, ‘Galaxies’ alongside Katt Niall on Armada Trice and ‘Once Upon A Time’ with Harrison, Kill the Buzz’s craftsmanship and perfectionism in the studio has reached new heights with each release. 

However, his ambitions see him looking far beyond the boundaries of dance music, with his increasingly vocal and more melodic tracks demonstrating a desire to create sounds that appeal to the vast and diverse audience of global music fans, alongside the more traditional club tracks he has already showcased proficiency in. Having played at some of the biggest venues and festivals in the world, including Tomorrowland (Both in Belgium and Brazil), Solaris Music Festival Canada, Las Vegas’s Hakkasan, Germany’s World Club Dome (World’s biggest club) and Hardwell’s Carnival at Ushuaia Ibiza.

Kill the Buzz has also proven his domination on the tour front with events such as the Brasil ‘Carnival’ trek across a multitude of the country’s tropical provinces, as well as the momentous 11-date Revealed North America Bus Tour, now the stuff of label legend, alongside label head Hardwell and peer Thomas Newson. Kill the Buzz’s tour endeavours in 2016 have been equally as impressive, including shows such as Hardwell’s ‘Go Hardwell Or Go Home’ at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi, as well as the Hardwell Presents Revealed show at ADE, showcasing that Kill the Buzz continues to rise year on year and cement himself as one of the scene’s best talents.

Tracklist
Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano - Drums of Tobago
Julian Jordan - Saint
Dannic vs Zedd Ft. Selena Gomez - I Want You To Fonk It Up (Kill The Buzz Mashup)
Kill The Buzz & Futuristic Polar Bears vs Galantis - Shake it Up vs No
Money (Kill The Buzz Mashup)
Sunstars - Honorado
Martin Garrix vs Sikdope - Oldskool Name of Love (Kill The Buzz Mashup)
Ibranovski - Woozy
Roc Dubloc - Plato O Plomo
Kill The Buzz - Break The House Down (Hardwell Edit)
REGGIO & Sansixto - Rumble
Mr. Black & 22Bullets - Badman Ft. Richie Loop
Garmiani - Jump & Sweat (Ft. Sanjin)
Badd Dimes - Go Down Low
Sick Individuals - Focus
Bruno Mars - 24K Magic (Slice N Dice & Reece Low Bootleg)
Kill The Buzz & Harrison - Once Upon A Time

Socials
http://facebook.com/djkillthebuzz
http://twitter.com/killthebuzz
http://www.instagram.com/killthebuzz
http://soundcloud.com/killthebuzz
http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAteEB_-e-3xFZz4wDjwbHQ

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iEDM Radio Episode 113: Sanjoy

October 14th, 2016

Bio 
Born in Bangladesh before hisfamily escaped to California, Sanjoy’s story is one of triumph over adversityand of power of determination to succeed. Fast emerging as one of the mostexciting talents in EDM with props from the likes of Rolling Stone, YourEDM,BBC Radio 1 and DJ Times, he has overcome many obstacles in order to fulfillhis dreams.
Beginning his career in musicas a drummer for Indian musicians who came to tour the US, he soon became aprominent DJ on the college circuit before trying his hand at songwriting andproducing. Before long he became one of the most prolific producers in theenormous Bollywood scene while honing his own dance music sounds in thebackground. Once he decided to focus purely on his own electronic sounds, therewas no stopping him.
His debut album DanceUnder The Influence was met with considerable acclaim, blending the soundof Western dance/pop with vocalists and musicians from India to make for aunique and daring combination. It spawned the infectious singles Don’t FunkWith Me, Completed Me and Slip Away, which together amassed over 1.8million plays in the space of six months across SoundCloud and YouTube alone
Slip Away rose to become a #1 Billboard breakout track, sitting alongsidetracks by the likes of Drake, Rihanna and DJ Khaled, with Rolling Stone callingit “a feel-good tune that just about anyone could enjoy and relate to”. Ithas enjoyed major success at radio, with its video racking up over 200,000plays in the first week, and it’s likely to be looked back on as the firstmajor breakthrough track for this multi-talented artist.
This plucky producer is verymuch just getting started, with the superb Obvious set to be his nextbig smash and collaborations on the way with rising stars like Gazzo andestablished artists such as Colby O’Donis and Elliot Yamin. Working with otherartists is something that’s in his very nature and has always been what he’sabout, so don’t be surprised to see him continue to work with bigger namesstill.
His DJ career also continuesto blossom in tandem, with highly rated performances already under his belt inLas Vegas, Miami and San Jose amongst others. It’s clear that nothing’s goingto stop him getting where he wants to be, and with so much talent at hisfingertips and such a solid start in the game, you can bet he’s going to getthere in no time.

Tracklist 
Zedd & Grey - Adrenaline
KSHMR & Headhunterz - Dharma
Loopers - Going In
Wuki - Get Down (Sanjoy Edit)
Michael Calfan - Last Call
Fatboy Slim pres. Gregor Salto ft Saxsymbol & Todorov -Samba Do Mundo (World Cup Mix)
Eptic x Carnage & Breaux - The End (Nom De StripBootleg)
Mike Cervello & Cesqeaux - Smack!
Malaa - Fade
Daniel Klauser - Rootz
G-Eazy & Bebe Rexha - Me Myself & I (Mesto Remix)
Sikdope - I'm Back w Dj Snake & Mocksi - Pigalle
Dj Snake - True Love
Ookay - Thief (DIV-IDE Remix)
Throttle - Money Maker
D.O.D - Taking You Back
Disclosure - When A Fire Starts To Burn (Shapeless &Golden Leaf Bootleg)
Lost Kings You ft. Katelyn Tarver Lash Remix
Tchami & Malaa - Prophecy
Skrillex & MUST DIE! - VIP's
Staff Del Campo - Get busy
Inpetto - Needin U So (Pnut & Jelly Remix)
Major Lazer - Light It Up (Fuse Odg and Nyla Remix)
Afrojack & Laidback Luke ft. Hawkboy - Move to the Sound
Calvin Harris ft. Rihanna - This Is What You Came For
Alok & Sevenn - I Need The Bass
Madison Mars - Future Is Now
Booka Shade - Body Language
Malaa - House Music
Justin martin - Mr. Spock
Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank ft. Delaney Jan -  Shades Of Grey (Nora En Pure Remix)
Sanjoy - Slip Away
Sanjoy x Zoh - Slip Away (Bass House Remix)
Hotel Garuda - Palm Sprung
Jay-Z - Show Me What You Got (DJ Green Lantern Remix)
DJ Snake & Skrillex - Sahara (Sanjoy Bollyvibes Edit)
KSHMR - Touch
Kiara - Gold
The Chainsmokers ft Halsey - Closer (Robotaki Remix)
Elephante ft. Nevve - Catching On
Era Istrefi ft. Post Malone - Bonbon (Remix)
Dj Snake ft. Justin Bieber - Let Me Love You
Cheat Codes ft Dante Klein - Let Me Hold You (Turn Me On)
Dj Snake ft. Aluna George - You Know You Like It (DJ PremierRemix)
Dj Snake ft. Bipolar Sunshine - Future Pt. 2
Major Lazer ft. Justin Bieber & MØ - Cold Water (LostFrequencies Remix)

Socials 
twitter.com/sanjoyd
soundcloud.com/sanjoy 
www.facebook.com/djsanjoy
www.instagram.com/sanjoyd/

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iEDM Radio Episode 93: Matt Watkins

April 10th, 2016

BIO


Matt Watkins is on a mission, to drink every nightclub bar in Australia dry. He’s not there yet, but its on the horizon! 21 years young, this local Melbourne 6ft monster is synonymous with genuine talent, already providing the ears of this world with a vast array of musical treats.
Playing shows all around Australia is all in a weeks work for Matty, holding a number of residencies to his name in addition to headlining shows at some of Australia’s most prestigious venues – Marquee Sydney, The Met Brisbane, Platinum, HQ Adelaide and Billboard nightclub to name just a few.
In addition to his regular success, this young gun has scored himself a record deal with label giant SONY music, international gigs in the UK, Asia and beyond and a fan base alike that of a small army.
Recently enjoying some success with a number of original records including smash hit ‘AFRICA’ dubbed ‘Song Of The Year’ by Bourne Recordings label head Will Sparks himself, hitting Top 30 overall on Beatport and #8 in his respective genre Electro House leaves no questions as to why Matt Watkins’ sound is being played around the world by the likes of Hardwell, TJR, Firebeatz, R3hab, Will Sparks, Timmy Trumpet and Joel Fletcher to name a few.
A monumental development for him. Matt’s also been on remix duty as of late putting his own flavour to tracks by Nathaniel, Justice Crew and fellow Lucky Ent. artist Joel Fletcher.
With an array of local and national shows in Matt's calendar, plenty more production and a fresh sound coming to life the future is looking monstrous for young gun Matt Watkins.

TRACKLIST

Matt Watkins - We Fresh (Intro Mix)
Jay Karama, Chainsmokers - Roses Twerk (Matt Watkins Mash)
Mashd n Kutcher - My Sunshine (Matt Watkins Remix)
Zara Larsson - Lush Life (Matt Watkins Bootleg)
Tim Berg - Seek Bromance (VAVO Remix)
Adam Da Great - Keep Moving (Original Mix)
Tujamo - Drop That Low (When I Dip) w/ Blame Vocals
Charlotte Devaney Ft. Snoop Dogg - Flip It (Matt Watkins Edit)
David Guetta, GLOWINTHEDARK, Jack U - Bang My Bae (Matt Watkins Mash)
Matt Watkins, KSMHR, Showtek - Bad Zulu Secret (Matt Watkins Mash)
Danny Avila - C.R.E.A.M (Original Mix) w/Runaway Vocals
DJ Kuba - ROCK! (twoloud Edit)
Deorro, D!irty Audio - Welcome to the Jungle (Matt Watkins Mash)
Tom & Jame - Burn Down (Original Mix)
MAKJ - Get Whoa (Original Mix) w/ I need Your love vocals
Matt Watkins - Africa (Extended Mashup)
Sigma - Nobody to Love (Matt Watkins Bootleg)
Major Lazer - Bumaye (Matt Watkins Bootleg)
Jay Karama - Electric Elephants (Matt Watkins Remix)
J- Trick x Matt Watkins - Shake Dat (Original Mix)
Ortal Israel x Matierro - Almost Breathless (Dirty Palm Remix)
Deorro, Dirty Audio - Without Love (Original Mix)
Deorro, MAKJ, Clavin Harris - Ante Love (Matt Watkins Mash)
Joel Fletcher - Break Free (Matt Watkins Remix)

SOCIAL

Facebook: facebook.com/watkinsofficial
Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/mattwatkins
Youtube: youtube.com/channel/UCZ3ntevqljI1vmLB-TCTP2g
Instagram: @mattwatkins
Twitter: @itsmattwatkins
Snapchat: @wattowatkins



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iEDM Radio Episode 83: Joel Corry

January 17th, 2016

London DJ & producer Joel Corry arrived on the scene in 2015 with his debut releases ‘Back Again’ and ‘Light It Up’. With both records signed to Australian superstar Will Spark’s label ‘Bourne Recordings’ and after the success of recent tracks ‘No Good’ and ‘There You Are’, Joel is starting to make his mark on the industry!


Joel’s hectic international DJ schedule has seen him play around the world, notably touring across Europe and Australia! Joel has gained a large worldwide fan base with a combined social media following of over 500,000 followers and 4,000,000 plays on SoundCloud! Joel has also received great support from artists such as Will Sparks, Timmy Trumpet, Uberjak’d and Joel Fletcher!


Joel is known for his energetic and versatile live DJ sets, always keeping the crowd pumped by spinning his personal mash ups and bootlegs! With future original productions and collaborations in the pipeline, along with club tours and festival bookings, 2016 is set to be a huge year for Joel Corry!


Tracklist:


1. White Stripes vs Tritonal & Cash Cash - Seven Nation Army (Joe Maez Remix) vs Untouchable (Henry Fong Remix)

2. Enur vs Krunk! - Calabria vs De Zooya

3. Sidney Samson vs Sheni Doko - Riverside vs Hands Up

4. Jack Ü - Jungle Bae

5. Dr. Dre vs Snoop Dogg & Krunk! vs Big Sean, Drake & Kanye West - Next Episode vs Panic vs Blessings

6. Eazy-E vs Deorro & ZooFunktion - Boyz-n-the-Hood vs The Way You Move

7. Fetty Wap vs Dillon Francis - My Way vs We Make It Bounce

8. Chedda Da Connect vs DJ Kuda - Flicka Da Wrist vs Gangsta

9. Post Malone vs Jewelz & Scott Sparks - White Iverson vs I Can Fly

10. The Weeknd vs SCNDL ft. NICCI - The Hills vs Buzzin

11. Tiësto & Oliver Heldens vs David Puentez & Robyn The Bank - Wombass vs Collide

12. Joel Corry vs Joel Fletcher & Reece Low - No Good vs Chur

13. Diplo & Sleepy Tom vs Matt Watkins - Be Right There vs Zulu

14. TJR & GTA vs Major Lazer & DJ Snake - Mic Check vs Lean On

15. Chocolate Puma & Tommy Sunshine - Scrub The Ground

16. Florence + The Machine vs Henry Fong & SCNDL - You've Got The Love vs Ass Up

17. Calvin Harris & Disciples vs Martin Solveig ft. Sam White - How Deep Is Your Love (Tyron Hapi Remix) vs +1 (Plus One)

18. Drake vs Joel Fletcher & Henry Fong - Hotline Bling (James Hype Remix) vs Bad Bitches

19. Will Sparks & Deorro vs Galantis - Haters vs Peanut Butter Jelly

20. Jess Glynn vs Tujamo & Danny Avila - Hold My Hand vs Cream

21. Adele vs Bingo Players vs Ed Sheeran - Hello vs Curiosity (Henry Fong Remix) vs Photograph

22. Lost Frequencies vs Jay Hardway - Are You With Me vs Electric Elephants


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iEDM Radio Episode 81: Faruk Sabanci

January 3rd, 2016

Turkish leading export in electronic dance music, Faruk Sabanci, is a versatile man. With productions ranging from trance to progressive house, but all with that signature melodic Faruk Sabanci vibe, he proves to be one of the biggest talents for the future.


Tracklist:

1. Faruk Sabanci ft. Zane Fischer - Be The 1

2. Hardwell ft. Jason Derulo - Follow Me (Bingo Players Remix)

3. Firebeatz & Jay Hardway - Home

4. Tom Swoon, Paris & Simo - Wait (Tom Swoon & AK9 Remix)

5. Swanky Tunes & Arston ft. C. Todd Nielsen - At The End Of The Night

6. Borgeous ft. M.BRONX - Souls (Thomas Gold Remix)

7. Nicky Romero & Stadiumx - Harmony

8. ID - Sparks

9. Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman vs Ron Carroll - Running

10. Shapov ft. Justin Tranter - Our World

11. Dash Berlin ft. Christon Rigby - Underneath The Sky (Qulinez Remix)

12. Adele - Hello (Faruk Sabanci Remix)

13. KSHMR & Zaxx - Deeper

14. DubVision - Sweet Harmony

15. Headhunterz & Crystal Lake vs Reunify - The Universe Is Ours

16. Pierce Fulton ft. JHart - Landmines (Heatbeat Remix)


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iEDM Radio Episode 57 - Quintino

June 18th, 2015

1. ID - Wake Up

2. Bobby Burns & Asonn feat. Massive vibes - Sahara

3. The Wombats - Give Me A Try

4. Tiesto & Dallas K - Show Me

5. Quintino & Sandro silva - Aftermath

6. Showtek feat. Vassy - Satisfied

7. Jaggs - Ramper

8. ID - Phantom

9. Michael Calfan - Mercy

10. Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank - Shades of Grey

11. Sam Feldt - Show Me Love

12. Quintino - Milestone

13. R3hab vs Skytech vs Fafaq - Tiger

14. Headhunterz & Chrystal Lake - Live Your Life

15. Blasterjaxx & Moti - Ghost in the Machine

16. Gregor Salto & Wiwek - Miami


Discovered by Laidback Luke at the age of 18, Quintino started to take his stature as a DJ and producer beyond the normal club scene, playing landmark gigs and high profile festivals. Highlights include performing at Mansion and LIV in Miami, Pacha in New York, XS in Las Vegas and multiple tours in Europe and Asia. A life-changing break came in 2009 when he released a remix of Cidinho & Doca’s ‘Rap Das Armas’, which became a worldwide summer anthem and notched over 10 million YouTube views. That same year Quintino released the singles ‘Heaven’ and ‘You Can’t Deny’ and made clear he will be around to stay as an artist as well.

When Afrojack initiated a team of aspiring DJs and producers for his imprint Wall Recordings in 2011, it didn’t take long for him to approach his long-time DJ friend Quintino for a musical collaboration. Afrojack and Quintino live up to their reputation as creators of crowd pleasing records with their first collaborative release; ‘Selecta’. Quickly followed by the second single, ‘Raider’ – both on Wall Recordings.

In between producing and releasing songs, Quintino keeps performing worldwide with an estimate of 250 gigs a year reaffirming many future successes for him.


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iEDM Radio Episode 55 - Delayers

June 4th, 2015
Tracklist:

1. Delayers - IMH [Big & Dirty]

2. Delayers vs Nari & Milani - Phenomena [Armada Trice]

3. Tiesto & Nari & Milani vs Delayers - Move To The Rhythm [Musical Freedom]

4. Delayers - Bubble [Exclusive track]

5. Maurizio Gubellini & Delayers - In Da House [Cr2]

6. Lush & Simon - Downtown (Delayers Edit) [Virus T Studio Rec]

7. Delayers vs Stefano Pain - Serious [Big & Dirty]

8. Stefano Pain & Delayers - Control [Juicy]

9. Delayers & Execute - Twister [Flamingo]

10. Nari & Milani - Triangle (Delayers Remix) [Free]

11. Dirty Ducks & Execute - Trigger [Deal]

12. Lucky Date & David Solano - The End (Lush & Simon Remix) [Armada Trice]

13. USAI - LOTVS [Avant/Garde]

14. Merk & Kremont - Get Get Down [Spinnin]

15. Alesso feat Roy English - Cool (Bottai Remix) [Def Jam]

16. The*Cobs - Refusal [Virus T Studio Rec]


Delayers" is a trio of dj's and producers from San Marino: Federico Bombini, John Carattoni and Luca Zucchi. 
The brand borns artistically in the 2011 and it's exclusive of Virus T Studio. 
Their first release, Easy Up, entered immediately in the internationals charts and it was soon remixed by Maison & Dragen. 
This “duo” was chosen by Nari & Milani for the official remix of Atom (track that won the award for the best dance production of 2012 by Dancing Astronaut) and by David Guetta to remix his new single "Play Hard."


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