iEDM Radio Episode 6: Memorial Day Mega Mix w/ DJ Rel

May 26th, 2014


1. “Let Me See Those Hands” – Makj vs David Guetta vs ACDC (Rel Private Party Smash Up)
2. “Gash King” - Uberjak’d (Joel Fletcher Remix)
3. “Hypnotica” – Landis (Original Mix)
4. “Miami 82” – Syn Cole (Merk & Kremont Remix)
5. “Helium” – Chris Lake (Tom Swoon Remix)
6. “Don’t Pass Go” – Cobra Effect (Original Mix)
7. “Knock You Out” – Bingo Players (The Only Remix)
8. “Dance MotherF*****” – Garmiani (Original Mix)
9. “Get This Sound” – Koyote Mash Up
10. “Jump Boom” – House of Pain v. Joel Fletcher Remix v. Ivan Gogh v. Stevie Mink (REL Smash Up)
11. “Ready Jump” – TJR & Vinai (Original Mix)
12. “Voodoo” – Austin Leeds (Original Mix)
13. “Mr Mime” – Pierce Fulton (Original Mix)
14. “Blow Up” – Thomas Gold v. Axwell (Rel Edit)
15. “VMS” – Michael Woods
16. “Mystica Sunshine” – Arthur White Mash Up
17. “Last Chance” – Kaskade & Project 46 (JDG Remix)
18. “Escape” - Paris & Simo, 3Lau (Charity Strike Remix)
19. “Thrill Her Swat Team” – BDJ Bam Bam, Hatiras vs Chardy, Kroni (Bassjackers Mashup)
20. “House of Gold” – Twenty One Pilots (Denzal Park Remix)
21. “Swarm” – Prok & Fitch (Original Mix)
23. “Meet Her at the Love Parade” – Da Hool (Laidback Luke Melbourne Edit)
24. “Gypsy” – SCNDL
25. “Empty Streets Cascade” – Kaskade Mash Up (Rel Edit)
26. “All Good” – Mystique (Original Mix)
27. “BONELESS HEADS WILL ROLL” – Tujamo v. A-trak (Stache Bash Party Edit)
28.  Denzel Park vs Temper Traps - Sweet Amarok (PAT-RICH VS PAOLO ORTELLI & DEGREE BOOT)
29. “Nuke Iron”– Wolfgang Gartner vs. Nicky Romero (Rel’s Smash the House Edit)

REL aka Ariel Bum has been active on the EDM nightlife scene since a young age.  At 16, REL snuck in to Webster Hall to see Tiesto command a crowd of 5,000 people. Seeing the crowd's reaction to the music being that moment becoming a DJ became REL's ultimate goal.

A fan of tech house and deep house, REL has begun to shape his own sound, by adding House beats to popular songs and providing club thumping remixes to popular classics.  While crafting new beats and genre defying music, REL is always searching high and low for music that makes people move.  With Michael Woods, Tiesto, Tujamo, Jeremy Olander, Eric Prydz, Dave Spoon and Pete & The Fox helping him shape his style and sound, REL brings energy and bumpin tracks to every show.

REL has played at some of New York City’s top venues, including: Lavo, Marquee, Santos, Pacha, 1oak, Highline Ballroom and more. After a brief tour in Israel, REL came back and shared the spotlight with some of EDM’s biggest names, including: Ummet Ozcan, Wolfgang Gartner, Kaskade and Afrojack. Playing each show with unmatched passion and excitement, REL makes sure the crowd is dancing till the sun comes up.

Twitter - @DJ_REL
Facebook- Relnyc
Soundcloud – Relnyc

iEDM Radio Episode 5: Journey Through Sound

May 11th, 2014

Don Diablo & Matt Nash - Starlight (Could You Be Mine) (Extended Mix)
Heatbeat & Chris Schweizer - Nasty (Original Mix)
Ilan Bluestone - Big Ben (Original Mix)
Chris Schweizer & Mark Sixma - The Saga (Original Mix)
Alexander Popov - Quantum (Original Mix)
Eminence & Johann Stone - Volcano (Original Mix)
TV Noise - The Hold (Original Mix)
Hardwell - Everybody Is In The Place (Original Mix)
Jerome Isma-Ae & Justin Michael feat. Novi - Awaken (Original Mix)
Samual James - Karbon (Original Mix)
Bingo Players - Knock You Out (Eminence Remix)
Store N Forward & Karanda - Soup Therapy (Original Mix)
Venom One feat. Adina Butar - Crashed & Burned (Rafael Frost Remix)
Ronski Speed & Syntrobic feat. Elizabeth Egan - One With You (Stoneface & Terminal Remix)
Eminence & Red Moon feat. Holly Drummond - Changes (Original Mix)

Eminence is an electronic music duo consisting of Canadian musicians Dillon Wong (DLN) and Mathew Kazmierowski (Kazmo)

iEDM Radio Episode 4: Trap Bangers

May 4th, 2014


Bastille - Pompeii (Russ Remix)
Carnage - Mara (Carnage & Breaux Festival Trap VIP Remix)
Stadiumx & Taylr Renee - Howl at the Moon (Holden Remix)
Dillon Francis & DJ Snake - Get Low
David Guetta feat. Skylar Grey - Shot Me Down (Holden Remix)
Sander Van Doorn & Firebeatz - Guitar Track
Showtek & Ookay - Bouncer
Sebestion Ingrosso & Tommy Trash vs Pendulum vs Autoerotique - Reload the Island Drums (Holden Mashup)
Daft Punk - Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger (Dillon Francis Remix)
Journey - Don't Stop Going HVM (Ookay Edit)
Royksopp feat. Susanne Sundfor - Running to the Sea (Seven Lions Remix) 
Protohype & Prima Volta - Bigger Than You & Me
Avicii - Shame on Me (Avicii Remix)
Duck Sauce - NRG
Since childhood, Holden has had two passions in life: Music and Technology.  It was only a matter of time before he found synergy between the two.  Holden was born and raised on Long Island.  For Holden, simply playing live instruments in a garage wasn't enough.  He realized that he would have to focus on production in order to be heard on a larger scale and decided to buy an 8-track.  It was then that Holden took his first steps towards becoming a music producer.  His talents became popular in the community and he assisted in the production for most of the bands in his high school. After high school, Holden enrolled in Marist College where he pursued a degree in computer science.  Taking several music classes along the way to ensure he never left his true passion behind, Michael focused on learning the inner workings of computers.  This ultimately led to a job as a programmer in the financial services industry. It was then that Holden relocated to New York City.  The NYC club scene proved to be a valuable asset in Holden’s journey as he enveloped himself in the electronic dance music (EDM) scene. Local venues across the city were able to recruit industry legends such as Tiesto, Hardwell, and Afrojack for live performances, and Holden began attending as many of these shows as possible.  This style of music was foreign to Holden and he became intrigued by the new and energetic sound.  Shortly thereafter, he began working on his very own electronic productions.  Because of his background with computers and his prior music experience, producing electronic music was a seamless transition for Holden.  It was in the spring of 2013 that he garnered his first major success, with the electro-inspired Soulves Records’ release, “Last Stand.”  As Holden continues to progress as a producer, his style is ever evolving.  He is currently focusing on trap, dubstep, and everything in between.  This can be seen in his latest Beatport release: Holden’s official remix of “Time" by Dirtywork.  Holden is a shining example that music has no boundaries.  Stay tuned as he continues to grow and influence the way we all experience and listen to music.
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