iEDM Radio Episode 22: Kill The Hipsters Power Mix

September 29th, 2014
1. Blonde - I Loved You (Club Mix)
2. Second City - I Wanna Feel (Extended Mix)
3. The Aston Shuffle ft. Elizabeth Rose - Back & Forth (Playmode Remix)
4. Jaymo & Andy George - Henrys Treat (Original Mix)
5. Kiwi - The Mara (Duke Dumont Remix)
6. Kele - Doubt Original
7. Alex Metric - Heart Weighs A Ton ft. Stefan Storm (Laidback Luke Jack Remix)
8. Ruffneck Feat Yavahn - Everybody Be Somebody (Lucas amp Steve Remix)
9. Tommy Vercetti - Masters Of Our Fate (Original Mix)
10. Chocolate Puma feat. Kris Kiss - Step Back (Original Mix)
11. Botnek - Think I Feel It (Savage Skulls Remix)
12. Nicky Romero, Sunnery James - S.O.T.U.
13. Jewelz - Dope (Original Mix)
14. Show Me Skirt Love - (Henry Fong Mashup)
15. Deorro vs Makj - Ready! (Original Mix)
16. Seven Lions and Myon Shane 54 - Strangers ft. Tove Lo Matrix  (Futurebound Remix)

Behind this quite controversial and fun at the same time stage name, you will find a very young Madrid based duo, synonymous with pure eclecticism. Producers and DJ´s without borders (neither physical nor musical), whose spectrum of sound is limitless. From nu-disco and fancy house to more adventurous and explosive sounds like EDM, Trap, Moombahton, playing with electro-rock as well as beats considered to be more mainstream.

Their recording studio skills are about to be exposed with the highly anticipated “Como Back to Me” (featuring BEAROID). A fascinating vocal clubbing pop song to be released on September, 23rd in an EP completed with banging remixes by Moliner, Rubik Dude and Taak. The icing for this 2014 will be the official music video for the original track directed by Mauri D. Galiano.

The duo shares their abilities showing off on stages throughout the world. In the last four years you could find them on Dcode, SOS 4.8 Arenal Sound, 101 Sun Fest, Sonorama or Pop UP. They also played in Mexico, Holland, Germany and in majority of the best Spanish clubs. With the motto “vale-tudo” wherever they go and with a clearly defined role to play: to make us enjoy, bounce and sweat!

With KILL THE HIPSTERS it is absolutely forbidden to be bored. The duo lands with quite an impact, promising and absolutely ready to rein the new worldwide indie and dance scene. Save their name in your head, and remember “KTH & Spain are always different”.

Further details:
KILL THE HIPSTERS have shared the stage with artists like Crookers, Dada Life, Mylo, A-trak, Steve Aoki, Aeroplane, Breakbot, The Magician, Alex Metric, T.E.E.D., etc. On top of that, they add up to their resume two VMA nominations (most valued Spanish Electronic Music award), for the recent release of their own music label Agitprop, since September 2012 a weekly radio show on Vicious (Radio FM and online) and a long experience in concerts and DJ session promotions bringing up to the audience the most relevant of the international electronic, indie and dance scene.

iEDM Radio Episode 21: Edge Of The Universe

September 21st, 2014

Compass (Louis The Child Remix) - Zella Day
Out the Speakers (feat. Rich Kidz) [Vindata Remix] - A-Trak & Milo & Otis
With Me - Cashmere Cat
When A Fire Starts To Burn (C2C Remix) - Disclosure
Feel That (Swish Remix) - Vic Mensa
You & Me - Laszlo & WRLD
Sleepless (Fakear Remix) - Flume
Gold - Bondax
Be Thankful For What You Got (FKJ Remix) - William De Vaughn
Talk Talk - George Maple
Say My Name (feat. Zyra) - ODESZA
Drop It Like It's Hot (Kartell Remix) - Snoop Dogg
Paris (Louis The Child Remix) - Magic Man
Say My Name (Night Cruise Rework) - Destiny's Child
Destroyer (Cosmo's Midnight Remix) - Panama
Do You... (Cashmere Cat Remix) - Miguel
Nxwxrk (RL Grime Edit) - Nadus
Lionhearted (Giraffage Remix) - Porter Robinson
Home By Now (Louis The Child Remix) - Bombay Bicycle Club
Cut To Black - Lemaitre
21 Questions (SNBRN Remix) - 50 Cent
Mirror Maru - Cashmere Cat
Faded (Rusty Hook Flip) - ZHU, Lido
Blimpus (Lil Texas Remix) - Two Fresh
Always (Wave Racer Remix) - Panama
Troubles On Your Mind - Geek Boy 
          SC: @louisthechild

Coming to you from Chicago, Louis The Child is composed of Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett. Louis The Child makes music simply in the hopes of making people happy. Music is a house with many rooms, Louis The Child is just visiting each of those rooms.
Since the conception in 2012, LTC has gone on to play major events such as Life In Color, Spring Awakening Music Festival, and EDC Las Vegas. They have also been featured in Billboard Magazine, and had multiple Top 5 songs on the Hype Machine Popular Chart.
Keeping up with the diversity of their music, this mix focuses on beauty and variation. Enjoy!

iEDM Radio Episode 20: Rise 2014 Progressive Mix

September 14th, 2014

01. Benny Benassi feat. John Legend - Dance the Pain Away (Eelke Kleijn Remix Dub) - [Ultra]
02. Dosem - Cos of Me (Original Mix) - [Suara]
03. Solee - Sommerliebe (Eelke Kleijn Remix) - [Parquet]
04. Simon Shackleton - Getting Closer (Original Mix / DE Edit) - [Hope Recordings]
05. bRUNA - You've Been Light to Me (Marc Marzenit's Back to Disco Remix) - [spa.RK]
06. Simon Vuarambon - Pandora (Original Mix / DE Edit) - [Sudbeat]
07. MUUI - Reset (Original Mix) - [Change Audio]
08. Miss Melera - Faith (Einmusik Remix) - [Einmusika]
09. Pig & Dan - Sandstorm (Original Mix / DE Edit) - [Elevate]
10. Edit Revenge feat. Roland Clara - I Surrender (Wehbba Remix) - [Noir Music]
11. Cid Inc - Darpa (Original Mix) - [Replug]
12. Saints & Sinners - Pushin' Too Hard (Wehbba Remix) - [Systematic Recordings]
13. John Digweed & Nick Muir vs. Ian O'Donovan - Dawnbreaker (King Unique Remix) - [Bedrock]

Internationally acclaimed DJ, producer, radio host, and label owner Darin Epsilon is often referred to as a leader of the Progressive & Tech House scene.  His Perspectives radio show and podcast, along with his frequent guest appearances on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio allow him to reach tens of thousands of listeners on a regular basis.  His SoundCloud page alone has over 1 MILLION total plays and receives a whopping 10,000 plays per week.  He launched his record label Perspectives Digital in November 2010 as an extension of the brand, further solidifying his influence and presence within the global dance community.  To top it all, he was named one of the winners in John Digweed & Beatport's DJ Competition during the summer of 2011.

Read the full biography at…es/id576958610

iEDM Radio Episode 19: September House/Electro Blast Off

September 7th, 2014

Hot Mouth - Flicker
Sweet Sigure - Zack Edwards mash up
Something Something - Kaskade exclusive mash up
"Human" Denzal Park remix
Rocket Flash - Zack Edwards and Stache Smash Mash
Cmon Freak - Gazzo and Damien Anthony
Pair of Dice - Disfunktion mash up
Full Access - Michael Woods
Monster never wears raybans - MAKJ short edit
Control - Oliver
Koala - Oliver Heldens (unreleased)
Invincible - Marcus Cole Remix
Let Go Tonight - MAKJ
Snake Make Some - Rel Smash Up
Wakanda Wall  - Rel Smash Up

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 18: Labor Day Weekend Closeout Mix

September 1st, 2014
1) Mat Zo ft The Knocks - Get Down 2 Get Up
2) The Beatangers - What’s That Sound
3) Charli XCX - Boom Clap (Aeroplane Remix)
4) Nihils - Help Our Souls (Urban Contact Remix)
5) Sam Smith - Stay With Me (Throttle Remix)
6) Disclosure - When A Fire Starts To Burn
7) Cazzette - Sleepless (Club Edit)
8) Ed Sheeran - Sing (Syn Cole Remix)
9) Stardust - Music Sounds Better With You (acapella)
10) Dash Berlin & Jay Cosmic feat Collin McLoughlin - Here Tonight (Blinders Remix)
11) Pierce Fulton - Kuaga (Original Mix)
12) Ummet Ozcan - SMASH! (Original Mix) vs Steve Angello, Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, Laidback Luke - Leave The World Behind (Acapella)
13) Nico & Vinz - Am I Wrong (CID Remix) 
14) Arno Cost & Norman Doray - Strong
15) Oliver Heldens - Koala
16) Don Diablo - AnyTime (Extended Mix)
17) Dimitri Vegas, Martin Garrix & Like Mike - Tremor
18) Dimitri Vegas, Martin Garrix & Like Mike - Tremor (Snavs Trap Edit)
19) Avicii - You Make Me (Throttle Remix) vs Flo Rida feat. T-Pain - Low
20) Sander Van Doorn, Martin Garrix, DVBBS feat. Aleesia - Gold Skies (Hellberg & Rich Edwards Bootleg)

In an industry where any determined newbie can download music software and learn the basics from YouTube tutorials, 17-year-old Robbie Bergin -- better known by his DJ name, Throttle -- strives to distinguish himself by understanding the science behind the software. Many in music may know what equalization and compression are, but far fewer understand exactly how and why a tweak in a parameter can alter a mix. 
The Australian-born producer has dedicated weeknights and weekends to teaching himself to produce music since he was 14, finding a delicate balance between his studies and mixes. When Throttle graduates high school in November, however, he plans to put his studies on hold and focus on creating original tracks and remixes full time.  From his initial exposure to music when he picked up guitar at 12, Throttle recognized the importance of knowing his instrument. For him, it’s Ableton, Sylenth and Novation’s Launchpad.
With Launchpad, Throttle has carved out a name for himself on YouTube with his live mash-ups (“Inspire” and “What’s That Sound”). For each short video, he combines dozens of songs with the 64 programmable buttons. Though Throttle spends hundreds of hours preparing the set list beforehand, his meticulous finger movements are all in the moment.
Throttle is seeking to transform the idea of what it means to be a DJ. As he begins to add more live shows to his resume, which already includes Avicii’s recent Australian tour and the 2014 Future Music Festival Throttle is poised to soon become a household name for EDM fans around the world.
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