iEDM Radio Episode 31: Trapaholix (Guest Mix by Nik Nikateen)

November 30th, 2014

First off, Nik Nikateen, also known as ¥ung Heisenberg, alias The Beat Game Walter White has a lot of aka's.  Nik's infamy began with a viral hit he produced for Riff Raff,  Three Loco's "Neato", directed by Mike Clattenberg of "Trailer Park Boys" fame, which blew up with 1,000,000+ views in 6 days and is currently at 5 mil. "Neato" was subsequently signed and released by Diplo on Mad Decent and hit i-tunes at #3. Nik's next Three singles also went viral topping the 1 million mark with Lil Debbies "Bake A Cake", and Dirt Nasty's "P*ssy Too Hot".

Nik is not new the Music Biz. As a successful Rave Promoter, he threw some of the more Legendary large scale EDM events in southern California.

Obsessive and Compulsive by nature, Nik has been making some of the more current, complex, and multilayered DJ mixes around. His fully themed Trap Mixes "MENTHOLATED Volume 1" and "#TRAPATÍO" have garnered an great response from in-the-know Industry peeps and his growing fan base.

One listen to ¥ung Heisenberg and you will understand "He is the One Who Knocks".

iEDM Radio Episode 30: Feel The Beat

November 23rd, 2014

Stryker (No Mana Remix)
Aerosol Can - (Dope Arcade Remix)
Choosing For You - (Nightwatch Remix)
Dead Wrong - Dope Arcade
Without Gravity - Feed Me
The Way It Feel - Madame
Feel The Orgasm - (KroyClub Remix)
I own It Ft. Angel Haze (Jauz Remix)
Rock Biter - Blood Eagle
War Horn - Trump Disco
Run For Your Life - Basis
Five Knives - Vive Le Roi (Big Chocolate Remix)
Lost In Chaos - Black Tiger Sex Machine
Mammoth Hunt - Basis
66 Bang Beat - Kroy Club
Hype (Autoerotique Remix)
Venture - Basis
Julie Gets High - Kroyclub
Life Is Pain - The Unique Yagark
Atomic VIP - LeKtriQue
Should Be Higher (Amtrac Remix)
Burned Out Remake - Kroyclub
Ill Still - Trump Disco
Dungeons and Dragons - Space Laces
Orion - Feed Me
Skraeckoedlan - Blood Eagle
Lying Sack of Shit - Dope Arcade

Dope Arcade hails from Atlanta, Georgia consisting of an individual who sought to create a new sound that impacted the Electronic scene. Being a huge gamer, as well as a master-mind producer, he tried to come up with a sound that really connected with the scene. Mixing all of these elements and influences allowed him to create a whole new take on electronic music for everyone to enjoy.

Dope Arcade released his first EP in 2012 and consistently kept the ball rolling. He released 2 more EP's in 2013 consisting of Drum & Bass and Dubstep. He has an array of free music on his soundcloud and continues to push the envelope on how far his productions can go.

iEDM Radio Episode 29: Let’s Get Wild

November 16th, 2014
1.Scales - Fallacy
2. Zomboy - Skull n Bones
3. Bassnectar - Gnar
4. Bro Safri - The Drop (Must Die! Remix)
5. Major Lazer - Get Free (Yellow Claw Remix)
6. Kai Wachi x Squnt0 - Brainsplat
7. Bassnectar ft, Mighty High Coup - 808 Track
8. Minnesota ft. Zion I - Float
9.AFK x Spenca - Who Wants Some
10. Steve Aoki ft.Waka Flocka Flame - Rage the Night Away (Bare Alive x Getter Remix)
11. Laxx - Brainbug (Must Die! Remix)
12. Mizuki - Damn Fucking Right
13. Sadhu - Machine Gun
14. Skirllex - All is Fair in Love and Brostep
15. xKore - Lazershark
16. INF1N1TE - Sin City
17. Skrillex - True Gagsters
18. Trollphace - Fuck your Phace
19. Bro Safari - That A$$
20. Rain - Ain't Worried About Nothin' Edit
21. Zeds Dead - Rumble in the Jungle (Sleepy Tom Remix)
22. UZ x CRNKN - Booty 2 the Goround
23. Diplo x Oliver Twist - Go (Filty Disco Remix)
24. Jphelpz - Clipz
25. Antiserum x Megladon - Platinum
26. Getter ft. Inja - Psyco
27. Pyramid Juke -MXLLY
28. CRNKN xD Dirty Audio - Da Realest
29. Must Die! - Death Stage
30. Zomboy - Mind Control
31. Figure - Super Sonic Brainwaves
32. AFK - Pinkman
33. D-Jahtsa - Slug Bass (The Frim VIP)
34. Scales - Higher
35. bar9 x Datsik - Droid
36. Scales x Yung Deaux - Culture Collision
37, Bro Safari x Knuckle Children - Freak

Scales (Hector Ramos), born in Los Angeles, California, came to Atlanta, Georgia at a young age.  Starting his music career as a guitarist in metal bands, he built the foundation for the heavy Dubstep he makes today.  Using Ableton as a tracking program for guitar, vocals, drums and bass, Scales began to play with electronic sounds.  Once Scales decided to start DJing, it gave him the final push to produce electronic music.  Scales currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.

iEDM Radio Episode 28: Hardstyle Is My Heartbeat

November 9th, 2014
01. JoeySuki & Kill The Buzz - Life Is Calling (Wasted Penguinz Remix)
02. Wasted Penguinz & Rebourne - Crea Sorrow (DJ Tool)
06. Cash Cash Feat. Bebe Rexha - Take Me Home (Wasted Penguinz Remix)
08. New World Sound Feat. Thomas Newson - Flute (Wasted Penguinz Remix)
11. Wasted Penguinz & Toneshifterz - Together (Original Mix)
12. WASTED PENGUINZ - CONFINED THOUGHTS (Melancholia Mashup mix)
14. Code Black & Wasted Penguinz - Your Moment (Original Mix)
15. Wasted Penguinz - Reflection (Original Mix)

The Wasted Penguinz are a Hardstyle duo from HelsingborgSweden. The duo consists of two artists; Pontuz Bergman & Jon Brandt-Cederhäll. They began producing together in 2008, after meeting each other on a message board, originally being rivals.
Pontuz (Teequee) and Jon (Dan-J) first met up late 2006 for the very first time. Before hand, they only had internet contact. Pontuz proposed the idea to meet up for the weekend and produce music together. Up until 2008 Pontuz and Jon were solo artists producing euro dance music which they then decided to start a group producing hardstyle music. The track 'Scantraxx Rootz' by Headhunterz & Abject aka. Frontliner inspired Pontuz and Jon to produce hardstyle music and the name 'Wasted Penguinz' was born which came together over brainstorming and beer.
Pontuz and Jon created a few tracks and sent them to some record labels and had a response from Bazz Implant and IMPMusic. They signed for Bazz Implants and had two successful releases. This is where it all began for the Wasted Penguinz.
Two years after the group was founded, the Wasted Penguinz were signed to a major Dutch label, Scantraxx in the summer of 2010. Their first Scantraxx release was on June 18, 2010. This release contained two tracks, "I'm Free" and "Anxiety", and was released on Scantraxx Silver. Their second release on Scantraxx Silver was in October 2010, containing the tracks "Hate Mondayz" and "Resistance".
All the tracks on both of their first two Scantraxx releases reached the "Hardstyle Top 100 of 2010" list from, the then largest radio station devoted to harder styles of dance music. "Resistance" reached position 11, "Anxiety" reached position 23, "I'm Free" at 37, and finally "Hate Mondayz" at position 49. They also won the "Best New Face" award from interviewed Pontus & Jon, who revealed that they were in contact with Scantraxx since December 2009, and it was only made official in the summer of 2010.

iEDM Radio Episode 27: Electro Chill

November 3rd, 2014

"Creep Airport" - REL Smash Up
Plastik Funk & Tujamo - Who (Uberjakd Re-funk)
Adagio For String - Blasterjaxx
Thrift Shop - JDG Remix
Tonite Only - We Run The Nite (Original Mix)
Jump Around (Rel Remix) -  House of Pain Boom! - Ivan Gough
Duvoh - OverLoad (Original Mix)
Let's F*** - Cristian Marchi
Crunk (Original Mix) - Showtek
No Good (Extended Mix) - Sultan, Ned Shepard, Fedde Le Grand
Beautiful People - Barbara Tucker

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.

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