iEDM Radio Episode 73: Uberjak’d

October 25th, 2015

Uberjak’d is at the forefront of the new wave of Australian club producers impacting the global electronic scene, with freshly signed deals across Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak, Ministry of Sound Australia and Laidback Luke’s Mixmash. In 2014 alone Uberjak’d has toured the US three times, including tearing the roof off a sold out Webster Hall in New York and playing both the Dim Mak and Mixmash pool parties at WMC. Having made his debut at the legendary Tomorrowland in Belgium this year, then headed back for a European tour including the closing party of Pacha in Ibiza and also continuing to take his Uber-style brand of bounce to Asia, Europe, South America and everywhere in between.

Having mixed Ministry of Sound’s flagship compilation The Annual 2014, Uber has been also been delivering the freshest tunes to his loyal followers via his monthly podcast – which regularly holds the #1 music podcast on iTunes Australia, with a monthly audience of 150,000 – keeping company on the chart above Tiesto, Hardwell, Triple J’s New Music Podcast, Armin Van Buuren and Above & Beyond. Testament to his quick rise to the top, Uber has stormed into the top ten in the inthemix awards (Australia’s largest DJ poll) and was crowned the #1 DJ in South Australia two years in a row.

 Having been tapped to remix tracks for Example, Deorro, Fatboy Slim & Riva Starr, TJR & VINAI and New World Sound, plus releases on the cream of dance labels such as Dim Mak, Mixmash, Hussle, Hysteria, Island and Neon, Uberjak’d has seen his tracks played by EDM luminaries Steve Aoki, Hardwell,  David Guetta, Afrojack, Laidback Luke, Deorro, MAKJ, Carnage, Nari & Milani, Borgore, Chuckie, Tristan Garner, Morgan Page and Will Sparks to name a few. Uberjak’d is staring down a jam-packed schedule over the next 12 months across Europe, America, South America, Asia and Australia. Not that it fazes him. “Music shouldn’t be taken too seriously,” says Uber. “And if it is, then you’re seriously doing something wrong.”


Twisted - Uberjakd
Sprungkraft - Reece Low and Scndl
Edamame - Jake Sgarlato
Split (Uberjakd edit) - Tiesto vs Chainsmokers
Reality (Uberjakd remix) - Lost Frequencies
Off the Hook - Armin Van Buuren & Hardwell
Whoomp the it Kays (Uberjakd Mash) - 2 Live Crew
Deeper Love (accapella)- Jauz
Bad Things - Nom De Strip
Freak Out - Hatiras
Tell me - Loopers
Innocence (Baewatch bootleg) - Nero
Lock N Load - Matisse & Sadko
Duckface - Ephwurd f. DKAY
We Want Some Pussy (Uberjakd Haters Edit) - Deorro & Will Sparks
What - John Christian
Techno - VINAI
Antidote You (Jaysounds Gig Edit) - Jaysounds
Where the Party At (Uberjakd remix) - Tonite Only
WonderROMA (Uberjakd edit) - Timmy Trumpet & Will Sparks vs Oasis
Hard Nation (Uberjakd edit) - Will Sparks & Uberjakd
Trivia - Ralvero & Jimmy Clash
Sunstroke - Allow & Kubalake
Aerodynamic (Uberjakd copy paste edit) - Daft Punk
Coma - SaberZ
Rage - Mr Black
Big Dipper - Kenneth G & Jeff Doubleau
Shots - Wao
Go (Dj Primetyme Hype Edit) - Firebeatz
Rattle (Uberjakd Re Rattle) - Bingo Players

iEDM Radio Episode 72: Reece Low

October 18th, 2015

Renowned musical mecca Melbourne, Australia has the reputation for delivering some of the most formidable and talented musical artists that has taken the world by storm. When they created Reece Low, they gave him that extra bit of something special.

Reece Low has trail blazed his way through the ranks to transform from kid with potential to one of Australia’s most formidable, prominent and well respected artists. An unrivaled combination of production finesse, DJ ability, and persona has created the Reece Low that is now found jetsetting around the globe, delivering his upfront club sound to packed dancefloors worldwide week in week out. When not doing the rounds of his top tier residencies across Australia, you are bound to find Reece performing for sold out floors through Europe, North America & Asia.

Reece Low’s reputation for being one of the games strongest producers speaks for itself with continuous output on labels incuding DOORN, Dim Mak, Hussle Recordings, Onelove, Downright, Neon, Club Cartel, Bomb Squad, Vicious, and more; Top 10 Beatport & ARIA Chart success, and support from the likes of TJR, Tiesto, Hardwell, Showtek, Chuckie, Laidback Luke, Sidney Samson, Deorro, GTA, Dillon Francis, MAKJ, Krewella, Steve Aoki, Bingo Players, Pete Tong, DJ Snake, Vinai, Porter Robinson and the list goes on.

His energetic and memorable DJ performances have not gone unnoticed either with Reece Low being awarded a top 25 DJ in the annual In The mix DJ awards the last 2 years.

It is all guns blazing as Reece continues to leave a trail of bomb records, dance floor destruction, and an ever-growing dedicated fan base of the Reece Low army.


1. Tujamo & Danny Avila - Cream

2. Quilinez & TWOLOUD - Perfection

3. Nom De Strip - Bad Things

4. Alf Deep - Dimensional Gap

5. KURA & Tony Junior - King Kong

6. Carnage, Eptic, Breaux - The End (Nom De Strip Edit)

7.  Mr Black, Jetfire - Bombox ft. Sonny Wilson

8. Firebeatz - Go

9. Jewelz & Sparks - Mental

10. Reece Low, J-Trick & Deorro, Tonight Only, David Guetta & Vassy - Bad We Run The Night (Deorro VIP Edit)

11. Tiesto, DallasK - Show Me

12. Steve Aoki & Florian Picasso - The Shape (Steve Aoki Edit)

13. JakeSgarlato - Chaloupa

14. Reece Low - Ripper

15. Calvin Harris & HAIM - Pray To God (R3hab Remix)

16. Reece Low & Henry Fong, Justice - Slap-D.A.N.C.E (Trim Edit)

17. Dj Isaac & Crystal Lake - Stick Em

18. NLW - Daft Ragga

19. DallasK - Kaya

20. Calvin Harris & R3hab, Jayyfresh, Matt & Nate - How Deep Is Your Buck (Reece Low Edit)

21. JDG & Samual James vs Sandro Silva - Epic Mumbai (Reece Low Edit)

22. Reece Low - Break (Reece Low vs Kronic Edit)

23. ID – ID

iEDM Radio Episode 71: J-Trick

October 11th, 2015

Cutting through the masses of young electronic music producers like a knife through butter, J-Trick has quickly risen to the top with a consistent flow of quality productions, DJ sets and stage presence. Don’t take our word for it though, with a support base that includes Tiesto, Afrojack, Calvin Harris, Hardwell, Zedd, Steve Aoki & Martin Garrix to name a few it is very apparent that this young gun has got the skills.

With a sound firmly planted in the realms of club driven Electro, J-Trick has already gained enormous success well beyond his years. Not many people can hold acclaim to having their track edited by the Worlds #1 DJ Hardwell, followed by a #1 overall Beatport ranking, however this is a reality for J-Trick. His first release on the Revealed records imprint was closely followed by a signing to Tiesto’s label Musical Freedom which again achieved great success on the charts hitting #2 on Beatport. A string of remixes & originals on labels such as Armada, Dim Mak & OWSLA closely followed, once again gaining support from the biggest names in the industry.

As if juggling tireless hours in the studio, holding down coveted residencies across Australia and touring the globe wasn’t enough, the motivated and driven youngster is the head honcho at Club Cartel Records. Dedicated to delivering only high quality releases since mid 2011, this label spearheaded by J-Trick has already received plenty of international support and has been the home ground for the likes of Deorro, Uberjak’d, Will Sparks, Reece Low and more. This is a testament to not only J-Trick’s skills as a producer but also his knack for knowing what makes a great record.

With his upcoming overseas tours and collaborations with some of the biggest names in dance music, its evident that this is just the beginning for J-Trick!


1. Andrew Rayel & Mark Sixma – Chased (Original Mix)

2. Tritonal – Gamma Gamma (J-Trick Remix)

3. Epic x Carnage & Breaux – The End (Nom De Strip Edit)

4. GTA & TJR VS Deorro & Zoofunktion – Mic Check VS The Way You Move

5. Avicii – Waiting For Love (Carnage & Headhunterz Remix)

6. JDG – Tantra (Original Mix)

7. Tony Junior & Dropgun – Cobra (Original Mix)

8. DallasK – Retrograde (Original Mix)

9. Calvin Harris – How Deep Is Your Love (Tyron Hapi Bootleg)

10. Will Sparks ft. Luciana – Sick Like That (Original Mix)

11. Husman – Hammer Of God (Original Mix)

12. W&W, MOTI – Spack Jarrow (Original Mix)

13. Major Lazer & Dj Snake VS Quintino & FTAMPA – Lean On The Slammer (Glover Edit)

14. Steve Aoki ft. Linkin Park – Darker Than Blood (Bassjackers Remix)

15. Alpharock & Jaggs – Bassface (Original Mix)

16. Dmitry KO & Tommie Sunhine VS Quintino – Chalwa Devotion (J-Trick Mashup)

17. Maddix – Riptide (Original Mix)

18. Deorro & MAKJ – Ante Up (Original Mix)

19. Matt Watkins - ID

20. Domeno & Michael Sparks – Locked & Loaded (Hardwell Edit)

21. Jauz & Ephwurd – Rock The Party (Original Mix)

22. ID

23. ID

24. Tiesto & Chainsmokers – Split (Original Mix)

25. Tiesto & KSHMR – Secrets (Don Diablo Remix)

26. Chedda Da Connect - Flicka Da Wrist (Sam F Remix)

27. Ephwurd – Duckface (Original Mix)

28. Noahplause – Runnin (Ray Volpe Remix)

iEDM Radio Episode 70: Jay Karama

October 4th, 2015

The Jay Karama experience is based on a foundation of 3 key elements:

Big tunes, saying goodbye to your dancing shoes and most importantly beer!

Back in his innocent, supple youth; Jay Karama discovered his love for electronic music following on from his lengthy guitar shredding metal kid stint. Beginning a rigorous schedule of producing Afrojack rip off demo’s on FL Studio, Jay was soon on his way to impressing more people than just his mum. The hard yakka paid off over the years for Jay, accumulating all kinds of glowing references for his EDM resume.

With a swagger of Beatport & ARIA chart success already in such a short amount of time, the trophy cabinet at mums is already starting to fill up fast and for good reason.

Now joining his mum on the Jay Karama support team are Hardwell, Deorro, TJR, Vinai, Martin Garrix, Henry Fong, Joel Fletcher, J-Trick, Reece Low, SCNDL, and a heap more.

Mighty originals ‘Disco’, ‘Skateboard’ & ‘Torment’ along with remixes for the likes of TJR, Reece Low, SCNDL, Tonite Only and more have paved the way for what has been a rather large (& drunk) 2015 so far.

The stage is set: Jay’s tunes are bigger than ever, there’s a fresh pair of dancing shoes to be ruined & the beer is chilled. First round on Jay!


  • Tony Romera & Zeier - Wttf
  • Aylen - Dippin Dots
  • Reid Stefan - For The Birds
  • Mike Cervello & Cesqeaux - SMACK!
  • Nash One & Mike Cervello - Murda
  • Juyen Sebulba & Herve Pagez - This Way
  • Boombox Cartel & Jackal - Jamba
  • Aylen - Life Alert
  • D.O.D & Duckworthsound - Blow Up
  • Nom De Strip - Bad Things
  • Swedish House Mafia - One (Garmiani Remix)
  • Wiwek/Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike - Boomshakaye (Jay Karama Mash)
  • LOUDPVCK - Lit
  • Eptic X Carnage & Breaux - The End (Nom De Strip Bootleg)
  • Jauz & Ephwurd – Rock The Party
  • Henry Fong - Wine Dem
  • Wiwek - Riot
  • Jay Karama - ID
  • Carnage feat. Timmy Trumpet & KSHMR - Toca
  • Chris Bushnell - Need
  • Fedde Le Grand feat. Mr. V - Back & Forth (Future Funk Remix)

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