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 40: Move Your Body

February 15th, 2015
1. Always Like This - HVOB (Andhim Remix)
2. Hip-Loverz - Luca M, The Deepshakerz, Just2 (Zoe Xenia Mix)
3. Chocolate - Jesse Rose, TrozAC
4. Come Along - Demuja
5. Give It To Me - Max Bett, Egoism
6. Grange Road West - Pluto
7. Move Your Body - Gene Ferris (Oliver$ Remix)
8. Dysturbed Trumpet - Geoff K
9. I Stay feat. Antonoise - Jackname Trouble

Brennen Bryarly, performing under the ominous moniker of option4, is more house than tech and more deep than disco. Though he calls Denver his home, option4's music is deeply rooted in his Windy City past and the sounds of the vibrant underground house scene that places Chicago on everyone's radar. Though he only started focusing on original music in 2013, option4 has quickly gained a reputation for creating sonically textured house music that extends far beyond the fleeting trends of the electronic dance world.

While most producers transition into songwriting from DJing or rely heavily on samples to string together a beat, option4 dives head first into creating his own music from scratch. In his first year in the studio, option4 released two singles, ‘Do Work’ - a hard-hitting tech house track with a deep and rhythmic bassline matched with equally impressive synths, and ‘All The Girls’, which cleverly splices vocals from N.E.R.D.'s ‘Everyone Nose’ while adding a pulsating bass groove and old school house synths creating a dance floor-ready atmosphere.

A year on, option4 has accelerated on to playing live shows across the Midwest, Canada and Los Angeles on headline bills and supports for huge acts such as STS9, Moon Boots, Mighty Mouse and Lane 8. Amid turning out eclectic remixes for Elizabeth Rose, Great Good Fine Ok and Indian Summer amongst more, option4 consistently released exceptional original singles like ‘Love like No Other’ and ‘Deep Diamonds’ to collectively garner over 1.1 million streams on Soundcloud in 2014. A master on the decks, option4 also traded mixes for high-profile
taste makers in fashion and music including Thump, Discobelle, Perrier and international outfitters Frank & Oak.

With more original material on the way and support from the likes of Justin Jay, Bit Funk and more, 2015 will see option4 turn his focus on original tunes with short breaks out of the studio for live shows throughout the U.S and beyond to add to his already impressive list of club and festival line-ups. Take notice -- option4 is well on his way to soaring far beyond the Mile High City.

Twitter - @optionfore
Soundcloud - Option 4
Facebook - Option 4
Instagram - @optionfour

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iEDM Radio Episode 39: From Switzerland With Love

February 8th, 2015

1. Audio Junkies - Bansky (Original Mix)
2. Paji - The Old Gods (Original Mix)
3. Human Life & Anabel Englund - El Diablo (Adana Twins Remix)
4. Royksöpp - Sordid Affair (Maceo Plex Remix)
5. Monte - Push (Original Mix)
6. Fat Sushi - Warehouse (Original Mix)
7. Format:B - Chunky (Original Mix)
8. Jay Lumen - Freedom (Original Mix)
9. Several Definitions - First Love (Original Mix)
10. Habischman - Defences (Sascha Braemer Remix)

Swiss duo Fat Sushi is currently making its trademark on the underground clubland by releasing tracks on some of the most respected labels in the game: Suara, Stil vor Talent, OFF, Kittball or Hive Audio. Being in the industry for almost two decades before they decided to join forces in 2013, you can hear the inspiration of various musical styles in their productions: heavy basslines, uplifting melodies and carefully chosen vocals - from deep house to techno spectrum. The past 12 months have been pretty hectic for the Zurich based guys, but being supported by the current keyplayers of the Deep House scene such as Oliver Koletzki, Coyu, Reboot, Jay Lumen, Wankelmut as well as Robert Owens to name a few, the hard working guys will sure be ones to watch in 2015!

Facebook - Fat Sushi
Soundcloud - Fat Sushi
Twitter - @WeAreFatSushi
www.wearefatsushi.com

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