iEDM Radio Episode 118: Mosimann

November 20th, 2016
Bio 
After four months of heavy exposure on French TV in 2008, many people thought Quentin Mosimann's artistic path would be nothing but common. Under the spot lights of his uprising fame and signed by the biggest major company, everything was set to mute this young artist into one more throwable star. Once exposed to the almighty music industry's rules, he had to learn how to hide his deep love for electronic music, while his first album hit the stores with a stunning success ('Duel' is double-platinium certified). However, this wild night bird already had something else in mind, dreaming of larger horizons based on a wide range of electronic sounds. A long time before winning the most looked after vocal French TV show, he defined his strong identity hanging out with his buddies, all DJ's and hard-level clubbers. Just like them, Mosimann considered his decks as his first girlfriends, improving his own skills step by step, through self-taught technics. He also used to deejay in order to pay for his studies, by the way. Therefore, once he gained popularity, he naturally skipped his voice to focus on deejaying. Transition was not brute, though, as his creativity led him to mix a bit of his two natural skills. Respecting his high taste for club culture and electronic music, he went through his music collection and updated his vision of a high-energy dance music. There was no other option for him to loop out the very predictable mainstream format. Proud of the French heritage, inspired by some of his fellow heroes (Jean- Michel Jarre, Cerrone, Daft Punk, Laurent Garnier, David Guetta or, more lately, DJ Snake), he worked hard to build a new musical avatar powered by his strong passion for mixing. Behind his "Change Your Mind" baseline, his will to redefine deejaying came early in his mind. You just need to see him acting live to testify his incredible ability to perform and do the show. Forget about the classical image of all these DJ's satisfied with beat-matched transitions. Mosimann sacrifies his body and shares a wild and sweaty creativity. He plays with the crowd and stretches all kind of emotions into an euphoric danceable experience. He beats the tempo, plays the drums, scratches, sings and jumps like an LFO. Freed from any format, he loves mixing in the darkness of clubs as well as spotting the largest festival stages, offering then an overwhelming performance. Each of his spectacular shows is driven by his intention to give the best. Gifted artist, he drew his own path managing to bring the largest audience to his large electronic culture, somehow underground. After seven years of a solid progression, which four of them were lightened by a solid ranking within DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs, some new perspectives seem to appear now. Even if his hectic touring schedule bounds him to travel a lot, he has recently increased his studio schedule, composing new material and jamming on his synths and drums. Still working as an ambivalent artist, he tries to clone himself to combine his love for Pop with a powerful club energy. Circling back all of his deepest influences and inspirations, Mosimann acts like a chemist looking for unexpected recipes. Mind your ears, you shall be surprised right soon.

Tracklist

Phlegmatic Dogs - Next Level (Original Mix)
Patrick Hagenaar - Love Rhythm (Original Mix)
Cobra Effect - Remedy (Extended Mix)
Gnash VS Luca Bertoni VS Olivia O'Brien - I Hate U Pandora (Mosimann Bootleg)
Bojac, DSTRQT - Formula (Extended Mix)
Dave Winnel - Mosquito (Extended Mix)
The Cube Guys, Kryder - You & Me (Kryder Club Mix)
Tommie Sunshine, Chocolate Puma - Take The Ride (Extended Mix)
Jack Note - Revolt (Original Mix)
Promise Land - Whoomp (Extended)
Kryder - Dogs On Acid (Original Mix)
Djs From Mars & Luca Testa Feat. Becko - Stronger (Mosimann Remix)
Alan Walker VS Eurythmics VS DOD - Faded Zipper From Desire (Mosimann Bootleg)
Axwell, Shapov - Belong (D.O.D Remix)
Mike Posner VS Seeb - I Took A Tumf In Ibiza (Mosimann Bootleg)
Martin Solveig ft. Tkay Maidza - Do It Right (David Puentez Edit)
Albin Myers - What's The Time? (Extended Mix)
 
Socials
 
Instagram : @quentinmosimann
Snapchat : @quentinmosimann

iEDM Radio Episode 116: Kill the Buzz

November 1st, 2016

Bio
Kill the Buzz, real name Adithya Nanuru, began making music at the age of 10, igniting a passion that would eventually see him playing to some of the biggest crowds in the world and alongside some of the biggest names in electronic music. The Breda-based producer has climbed the progressive house ladder right to the top and is now reaching the lofty heights after receiving well deserved praise from the community and valiant support from the titans of the upper reaches, a cast that includes artists such as Dannic and Sander van Doorn, as well as the legendary David Guetta and current world beater Hardwell. With his 2012 breakthrough track ‘Party Hard’ signalling to the world that Kill The Buzz was the name to watch, Nanuru has since gone from strength to strength, supporting Hardwell, the biggest DJ on the planet, around the globe as part of his I Am Hardwell series of shows, signing to Revealed Recordings and releasing some of the most vital progressive house of the past few years. 
Kill The Buzz heard his music broadcast to millions when his collaborative track with Joey Suki ‘Life is Calling’, received worldwide radio airplay at the tail end of 2013, sending huge waves through the dance music community. With its exquisite combination of towering electro house beats and melodic sensibilities, the track propelled Kill the Buzz into the upper echelons of the genre where he remains today. On Revealed Recordings Nanaru has released numerous collaborations with both up and coming artists like David Spekter and established names such as Manse, with whom he recently ventured out alongside on the Revealed Presents Asian tour, playing to frenzied audiences in cities including Octagon in South Korea, Levels in Hong Kong and Myst in Shanghai across 8 dates in total.
Kill The Buzz’s music is an elaborate combination of expertly crafted electro house and compelling progressive beats, infinitely danceable but retaining a sense of intricate melody and harmony, something perfectly highlighted in ‘Dreamin’, his joint release with fellow Revealed artist Ralvero in 2015, as well as his scorching remix of Jason Derulo’s ‘Want To Want Me’ that took the pop sensation’s original working to new, lofty heights. Equally suited for radio play, humongous festivals and intimate rooms, KTB’s distinctive branch of the genre incorporates both influences from his peers and supporters, as well as unique experimentation with texture and sound. The latter part of the year also saw him gear up for a collaborative release with label mates Futuristic Polar Bears entitled ‘Shake it off’, a track that received support from names including Ummet Ozcan, R3hab and many more, with his rapid trajectory to the top becoming further solidified by his standing in the dance music community. 
However, Kill the Buzz’s ambitions see him looking far beyond the boundaries of dance music, with his increasingly vocal and more melodic tracks demonstrating a desire to create sounds that appeal to the vast and diverse audience of global music fans, alongside the more traditional club tracks he has already showcased proficiency in. Having played at some of the biggest venues and festivals in the world, including Tomorrowland (Both in Belgium and Brazil), Solaris Music Festival Canada, Las Vegas’s Hakkasan, Germany’s World Club Dome (World’s biggest club) and Hardwell’s Carnival at Ushuaia Ibiza – he’s cranking up the heat even further for 2016.
With dates in his diary that signal greatness as his global fanbase continues to swell, Kill The Buzz already has two exciting tours lined up to kick-off the year in style with a special Brasil ‘Carnival’ trek across a multitude of the country’s tropical provinces, followed shortly after by a 11-date Revealed North America Bus Tour, now the stuff of label legend, alongside label head Hardwell and peer Thomas Newson, Kill the Buzz now looks set to dominate the scene in the coming years and continue to bolt upwards into the stratosphere.

Tracklist 
Tom Swoon & Kill The Buzz feat. Jenson Vaughan - All The Way Down
Kidd Massive, Seva feat. Alexandra Prince - In & Out (Of My Life)
Armin van Buuren - Gotta Be Love feat. Lyrica Anderson (Arston Remix) 
Manse - No Matter Where We Are
Kryder & Eddie Thoneick - The Chant 
Kill The Buzz & Harrison - Once Upon A Time
Dirty Rush & Gregor Es - EVRBDY (Vip Mix)
MR. BLACK & WAVO - Hu Ha
Kill The Buzz & Futuristic Polar Bears - Shake it Off
RIVERO & REGGIO - Mental
JAGGS & KEVU - Stop Me 
Jason Derulo - Want To Want Me (Kill The Buzz Remix)
Laidback Luke & Will Sparks feat. Alicia Madison - Promiscuous
Mark Martins - BACK 
Sundry James & Ryan Marciano - Don’t Make Me Wait
Julian Jordan - Midnight Dancers

Socials
https://www.instagram.com/killthebuzz/
https://www.facebook.com/DJkillthebuzz 
https://twitter.com/KillTheBuzz 


iEDM Radio Episode 115: DJ Ravine

October 27th, 2016
Bio
Todays artists are born on the internet and DJ Ravine is no exception. His start came in 2007, during Youtube’s infancy. At the time, Youtube had a maximum video length of 10 minutes so DJ Ravine began uploading what is now known as the "Ten Minute Mix". Because of the time constraint, his sets are full of quick cuts and mindboggling turntablism. Without boundaries, his sets jump anywhere from big festival hitters, banging hardstyle, all the way to UK hardcore.

His videos have totalled over 90 million hits on his Youtube with millions more spanned across Facebook. Famous videos include Launchpad vs Turntable, 12 Deck Mega Mix and the original 10 minute mix, all with views well in the millions.

Today, with support from over 400,000 Youtube subscribers and over 150,000 fans on Facebook, you can see how this Youtube mega star is making waves across the globe.

Tracklist
1. JOYRYDE - Hot Drum
2. ZAXX - Dazzle
3. Skrillex & Rick Ross - Purple Lamborghini (Tom Budin Remix)
4. Sonny Banks - Spice
5. DBSTF - Temple
6. Boombox Cartel & QUIX Ft. Anjulie - Supernatural
7. Kayzo & Gammer - Frequency
8. Alan Walker - Faded (Da Tweekaz Remix)
9. BLN & Keiji - Deeper Love
10. The Chainsmokers Ft. Halsey - Closer (LYCUS Remix)
11. Stonebank Ft Ben Clark - The Only One
12. DNA - Fck on Cocain
13. Headhunterz & Wildstylez vs Syren - Blame it on the Psytrance
14. Da Tweekaz x Code Black x Paradise - See the light
15. Stonebank - Who's Got Your Love
16. Da Tweekaz - Hewwego (Darren Styles Remix)
17. Darren Styles - It's Like That
18. DJ Snake - Propaganda (Kazyo & Gammer Remix)
19. OSKI - Super Hot
20. The Chainsmokers & Daya - Don't Let Me Down (W&W Remix)
21. Technikore & JTS - Worlds Collide
22. Da Tweekaz & Darren Styles - Heroes (170 Mix)
23. Zero Hero - Back Again
24. Porter Robinson - Language (Kazyo & Gammer Remix)
25. Porter Robinson - Sad Machine (Darren Styles & Gammer Remix)

Socials

iEDM Radio Episode 112: Lush & Simon

October 7th, 2016

Bio

With international support growing from the world’s most renowned DJs and producers, Italian duo Lush & Simon are known fortheir very distinctive sound, created from unique and catchy melodies surrounded by a pure energetic vibe making each song a memorable one. 

The duo signed with legendary dance music imprint Revealed Recordings and this is where it all began. “Adrenaline” became one of the most supported tracks of 2013 and ranked at #1 in the DMC Buzz Chart. Lush & Simon truly impressed with ‘City Of Lights’, which got more than 5,000,000 plays on Spotify and was featured on the American TV Channel Fox Sports. 'City Of Lights' received airplay on the #1 American dance radio station SiriusXM and BBC Radio 1 for several months.

Lush & Simon have released a slew of hit tracks over the course of 2015 and 2016, including nine Beatport Top 10 including two Beatport #1 through their collaboration with Thomas Gold ‘Morphine’ and ‘What We Started’ with Don Diablo & Steve Aoki.

Beyond their success in the studio, they’ve been able to play out their anthemic high-octane releases in front of thousands of roaring fans all over the world. Tomorrowland was graced by their presence this past summer as the rising duo took over the Mainstage where Don Diablo and Steve Aoki introduced them to a very large audience.

It’s been a busy year and dynamic journey for Lush & Simon thus far that continues to bring forth exciting news and impressive milestones.

Tracklist

Don Diablo & Steve Aoki X Lush & Simon - What We Started feat. BullySong (Original Mix) [HEXAGON]
Quintino X Cheat Codes - Can't Fight it (Original Mix) 
Curbi - Triple Six (Original Mix) 
Mark Martins - BACK (Original Mix) 
Novka - Lethal (Original Mix) 
Lush & Simon x Paris & Simo - NY 2 LA (VIP mix) 
Lush & Simon X Carta feat Funkz - Th3 0ne (Original Mix)
Ryos, Karra - Where We Are (Original Mix) 
Armin van Buuren feat. BullySongs - Freefall (Manse Remix) 
Boombox Cartel - Colors ft. Grabbitz (Original Mix) 
Dj Snake, Justin Bieber - Let Me Love you
Dillon Francis ft. Snappy Jit - Candy 
Mark Martins - Back
DOD - Zipper w/ All the way up
Sikdope - Snakes
Tchami & Malaa - Prophecy w/ Troiboy - Do You?
Justice - Dance
Daddy's Groove - Scratchin
Tritonal & The Chainsmokers - Until You're Gone w/Ahead Of Us Acapella
Lush & Simon - Adrenaline w/Reload Acapella
Axwell & Ingrosso - Think about you
Head Hunterz & Skytech - Kundalini

Socials 
www.facebook.com/lushandsimon
www.twitter.com/LushandSimon
www.instagram.com/lushandsimon/

iEDM Radio Episode 111: Razz

October 2nd, 2016

Bio 

Razz is an NYC based Music Producer/DJ. Razz has opened for Hardwell, Adventure Club, Fedde Le Grand, DJ Snake, Henry Fong, Dyro, Dannic, and many others. In March 2015, he played at Spring Break in Cancun, and the nation’s largest Spring Break city, Puerto Vallarta, at world renowned clubs like Xtine and La Santa. His crowning achievement took place in spring 2014, where he headlined ‘The Road to AbroadFest’ at Opium Mar in Barcelona.

Tracklist
Tchami - After Life
Carona - Rhythm of the Night (Blonde Remix)
Hardball - Three Triangles 
Ed Sheeran - Don't (Don Diablo Remix)
50 Cent - 21 Questionss (SNBRN Remix)
Bruno Mars - Uptown Funk (Riggi & Piros Remix)
ID
Laidback Luke & Tujamo - Sax (Original Mix)
Drums (Original Mix)
Pep & Rash - Rumors
Masai & Foiman - Bad Bitches
Florence & The Machine - You've Got The Love (Mark Night Remix) 
Kryder & Still Young ft. Duane Harden - Feels like Summer 
Tom Staar & Kryder - Big Mommas House 
Ryan Marciano & Sundry James - Lethal Industry 
Deadmau5 - Some Chords (Dillon Francis Remix) 
Tchami & Janet Jackson - Go Deep Remix 
Jack U ft. Kiesza - Take U There (Tchami Remix)
Alex Metric & Oliver - Hope 
Don Diablo - Chain Reaction 
Quintino - Winner 
Chocolate Puma & Firebeatz - I Can't Understand 
Robin Thick - Feel Good
Joey Mays - Lithium 
DVBBS & Dropgun ft. Sanjin - Pyramids 
Firebeatz - Dear New York 
Sick Individuals - Made for This
Imagine Dragons - Bet my Life (Lost Kings Remix)
Pierce Fulton - Kuaga
Tristan Gardner - Stand Up
Hardball vs Showtek vs Drake - How We Started From The Bottom (MakJ Edit) 
Red Hot Chilli Peppers - Otherside (Third Party Remix) 
Jenaux Saints x Latch (Razz Edit)
Michael Jackson - Beat it (Wahlstedt Remix)
Big Z - Popped A Molly I'm Sweatin x fuck with me you know I got it x Bassjackers 
MakJ - Derp (Razz Edit)
Julian Jordan - Takedown
Cash Cash - Surrender (Pierce Fulton Remix) 
Lorde - Tennis Court  (Flume Remix) 
Sonic One vs. Twoloud - The Drums
Synchronize ft. Kasum & Ruby Prophet - Glorious 

Socials
www.facebook.com/RazzMusic1
www.soundcloud.com/razzmusicofficial
www.instagram.com/razzofficial/
www. twitter.com/RazzOfficial_

 

iEDM Radio Episode 108: Fenix

September 11th, 2016

Samlightfeat. Nk – Stop The Time (Extended Mix)

John Dahlbäck,BullySongs – Walking With Shadows (Happy Love Remix)

Djerem – I’m In Love (Tom Swoon Remix)

Jolique ft.Daddy’s Girl – Negin (Extended Mix)

Jean Beatz –Don’t Mess With Me (Original Mix)

Zara Larsson,Ryos ft. Karra – We are Forget You (Bounce Inc. Edit)

John Dish &Dario Rodriguez – Mammbo (Original Mix)

Maxum & SimonAlex ft. Roland Clark – Space Disco (Original Mix)

Oliverse – JumpSquad (Original Mix)

Tom Carver –Adventurer (Original Mix)

Codeko, AshtonPalmer – Afterglow (Extended Mix)

Nervo ft. TheChild of Lov – People Grinnin’ (Audiorockers Remix)

Armin Van Buuren& Dave Winnel – The Race (Extended Mix)

KIESZA,Bassjackers, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike – Take Me To Church (Psyke Mashup)

Maddix – DirtyBassline (Extended Mix)Necola –Barracuda (Original Mix)

Bio

DJ Fenix is one of EDM’s most promising rising talents. The Russian selector and producer began playing in Moscow in 2004, and since then has made history by becoming the first DJ to play in the Kremlin, while winning awards for his high-octane style and releasing a string of anthemic records. After cutting his teeth on the Russian club scene, his first major assault on the global scene was his 2007 collaboration with UK dance stars Supafly Inc., ‘I Believe’; a hit that has racked up over 100,000 plays on YouTube alone. The track broke into the mainstream charts in the US, Germany, England and Australia, providing a stepping stone for Fenix’s international career. Since then, he has developed his slick EDM sound through singles on his own Say Wow Records, fusing myriad influences with contemporary big room sounds to create bomb after bomb.

After cementing his reputation on the Russian club andfestival scene, Fenix took his sound to legendary venues and events across Europe including Love Parade, Shambala, Amnesia, Pacha Ibiza, Blue Marlin and Cafe Mambo. His steady ascent as a hard-working DJ earned him the Entertainment Media Awards’ ‘Best DJ’ accolade in 2012 and Music box’s ‘Best DJ’ Award in 2014. Over the years, he has shared stages with the likes of David Guetta, Bob Sinclar, ATB, Benny Benassi, Axwell, Steve Angello, Erick Morillo, Fedde LeGrand, Nervo, Nicky Romero, Hardwell, Solomun, Steve Aoki, Tiesto, Sebastian Ingrosso, Chuckie, Bingo Players, Tommy Trash, Eric Prydz, DJ Antoine, Martin Solveig, Paul Oakenfold, Pete Tong and many more. He is currently resident at four of Russia’s most acclaimed clubs: Icon (Moscow), Artist (Moscow), Ibiza(Odessa), and Silver (Kiev).Ever forward-thinking, he released his own app in 2011, You Can Be A DJ, which provided an entry-point for music fans who wanted to explore the art of DJing. Fenix was also a member of volleyball team Dinamo Moscow, and won a Bronze medal for his efforts in the Youth Olympic Games in Athens. Currently working on new tracks with Russian and international talents, Fenix is set to become a major force on the global dance stage in the coming years.

https://soundcloud.com/djfenix

https://www.facebook.com/djfenix

https://www.twitter.com/djfenixofficial

https://www.instagram.com/djfenixDJ

iEDM Radio Episode 83: Joel Corry

January 17th, 2016

London DJ & producer Joel Corry arrived on the scene in 2015 with his debut releases ‘Back Again’ and ‘Light It Up’. With both records signed to Australian superstar Will Spark’s label ‘Bourne Recordings’ and after the success of recent tracks ‘No Good’ and ‘There You Are’, Joel is starting to make his mark on the industry!


Joel’s hectic international DJ schedule has seen him play around the world, notably touring across Europe and Australia! Joel has gained a large worldwide fan base with a combined social media following of over 500,000 followers and 4,000,000 plays on SoundCloud! Joel has also received great support from artists such as Will Sparks, Timmy Trumpet, Uberjak’d and Joel Fletcher!


Joel is known for his energetic and versatile live DJ sets, always keeping the crowd pumped by spinning his personal mash ups and bootlegs! With future original productions and collaborations in the pipeline, along with club tours and festival bookings, 2016 is set to be a huge year for Joel Corry!


Tracklist:


1. White Stripes vs Tritonal & Cash Cash - Seven Nation Army (Joe Maez Remix) vs Untouchable (Henry Fong Remix)

2. Enur vs Krunk! - Calabria vs De Zooya

3. Sidney Samson vs Sheni Doko - Riverside vs Hands Up

4. Jack Ü - Jungle Bae

5. Dr. Dre vs Snoop Dogg & Krunk! vs Big Sean, Drake & Kanye West - Next Episode vs Panic vs Blessings

6. Eazy-E vs Deorro & ZooFunktion - Boyz-n-the-Hood vs The Way You Move

7. Fetty Wap vs Dillon Francis - My Way vs We Make It Bounce

8. Chedda Da Connect vs DJ Kuda - Flicka Da Wrist vs Gangsta

9. Post Malone vs Jewelz & Scott Sparks - White Iverson vs I Can Fly

10. The Weeknd vs SCNDL ft. NICCI - The Hills vs Buzzin

11. Tiësto & Oliver Heldens vs David Puentez & Robyn The Bank - Wombass vs Collide

12. Joel Corry vs Joel Fletcher & Reece Low - No Good vs Chur

13. Diplo & Sleepy Tom vs Matt Watkins - Be Right There vs Zulu

14. TJR & GTA vs Major Lazer & DJ Snake - Mic Check vs Lean On

15. Chocolate Puma & Tommy Sunshine - Scrub The Ground

16. Florence + The Machine vs Henry Fong & SCNDL - You've Got The Love vs Ass Up

17. Calvin Harris & Disciples vs Martin Solveig ft. Sam White - How Deep Is Your Love (Tyron Hapi Remix) vs +1 (Plus One)

18. Drake vs Joel Fletcher & Henry Fong - Hotline Bling (James Hype Remix) vs Bad Bitches

19. Will Sparks & Deorro vs Galantis - Haters vs Peanut Butter Jelly

20. Jess Glynn vs Tujamo & Danny Avila - Hold My Hand vs Cream

21. Adele vs Bingo Players vs Ed Sheeran - Hello vs Curiosity (Henry Fong Remix) vs Photograph

22. Lost Frequencies vs Jay Hardway - Are You With Me vs Electric Elephants


iEDM Radio Episode 81: Faruk Sabanci

January 3rd, 2016

Turkish leading export in electronic dance music, Faruk Sabanci, is a versatile man. With productions ranging from trance to progressive house, but all with that signature melodic Faruk Sabanci vibe, he proves to be one of the biggest talents for the future.


Tracklist:

1. Faruk Sabanci ft. Zane Fischer - Be The 1

2. Hardwell ft. Jason Derulo - Follow Me (Bingo Players Remix)

3. Firebeatz & Jay Hardway - Home

4. Tom Swoon, Paris & Simo - Wait (Tom Swoon & AK9 Remix)

5. Swanky Tunes & Arston ft. C. Todd Nielsen - At The End Of The Night

6. Borgeous ft. M.BRONX - Souls (Thomas Gold Remix)

7. Nicky Romero & Stadiumx - Harmony

8. ID - Sparks

9. Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman vs Ron Carroll - Running

10. Shapov ft. Justin Tranter - Our World

11. Dash Berlin ft. Christon Rigby - Underneath The Sky (Qulinez Remix)

12. Adele - Hello (Faruk Sabanci Remix)

13. KSHMR & Zaxx - Deeper

14. DubVision - Sweet Harmony

15. Headhunterz & Crystal Lake vs Reunify - The Universe Is Ours

16. Pierce Fulton ft. JHart - Landmines (Heatbeat Remix)


iEDM Radio Episode 80: MountBlaq

December 27th, 2015

MountBlaq has awakened. The music they formulate is made for mass crowds and real fanatics of the electronic music scene. Seeing videos of their jungle type tracks being played at festivals and big venues, shows that MountBlaq’s unique-powerful sounds feed the crowd an adrenaline rush to keep moving. A mixture of Big Room style, Jungle Room style, and Hardstyle, with a rapid progressive melody, unfolds a different experience from every song they produce. With the support of international grand DJ’s and record labels, MountBlaq is focused on what needs to be done.


MountBlaq is made up of two brothers raised in Naples, Florida, a town where the old go to retire and the young cause chaos. Producer Esteban David M., 23, spends his mornings working and his afternoons producing, making this his daily routine. As for DJ Luis Sebastian M., 21, he spends his free time mixing Big Room to Deep House, while putting heads together with his producer, creating their future.


The duo born in Quito, Ecuador, moved to the States at an early age for a better living. Browsing the Internet, they stumbled upon Eric Prydz and The Chemical Brothers. They heard and saw how dance music had evolved in this decade, giving them a good ear and their distinct sound. To this day they have dedicated their passion to music and will continue take the opportunity to embrace the gift they were given: the gift to allow people to lose themselves into a sound not gentle, but absurdly loud that will wake up the dead.


Tracklist:


1. KANDY & Juyen Sebulba - Vogue (MountBlaq Bootleg)

2. MountBlaq & Cody Holmes - Lakota

3. Mell Tierra - GDOT

4. SAG, MountBlaq & HYRO - That Sound

5. FIGHT CLVB & Hilmi ft. Angger Dimas - Frog Mode

6. Garmiani ft. Sanjin - Jump & Sweat

7. Wiwek - So You Want Drums (MERGE & MountBlaq Bootleg)

8. Funky Craig - Bombay

9. Kura & Tony Junior - King Kong (Beatz Freq, Mountblaq & Ranger Bootleg)

10. Olly James - Kamatu

11. Moska & Retrohandz  - Sifaka

12. KURA - Kubano

13. Apster & NLW - Soundboy (Club Edit)

14. A$AP Ferg - Work (Duke & Jones Bootleg)

15. Funky Craig - Lotus

16. JDG - Tantra

17. Dave Silcox  - The Joker (Afro Bros Remix)

18. Cosmo & Skoro - Bingo (twoloud Edit)

19. Major Lazer - Be Together (Jaxx Inc Remix)

20. Jay Hardway - Electric Elephants (Olly James Remix)

21. Rudy Zensky & MountBlaq - Kilimanjaro

22. Junkie Kid & Jayden Parx - BREAKER (AMF & Bailo Beatz Remix)

23. Kend & Anko - Gasdertop


iEDM Radio Episode 79: twoloud

December 20th, 2015

With their music preceding them, twoloud have been conquering the hearts of today’s electronic music scene and its followers. Be it that they have remixed and collaborated with just about everyone in the A list of DJs around or have put out more music in the last year than most others would in an entire life span, while still keeping quality to an all time high. twoloud has become an indispensable presupposition in today’s EDM scene. And there’s no sign of slowing them down.

Tracklist:

1. twoloud & Konih - One More

2. DJ Fresh & Erik Arbores - Elevator

3. Curbi & Bougenvilla - Butterfly Effect

4. Martin Solveig ft. Sam White - +1 (Tujamo Remix)

5. Hotlife, Tomo Hirata & Derek Hake ft. Anna Yvette - Got You (Fuero Remix)

6. Adam van Garrel - Vibe

7. David Puentez - BANG!

8. AN21 & Matt Nash - Louder

9. Antoine Delvig & Walcus - Say What

10. GLN - Fat Beat Down

11. TJR – Angry Duck

12. Bassjackers - Bring That Beat

13. Riggi & Piros - Knightlife

14. Kaaze ft. Cruickshank - Heaven

15. R3HAB & KSHMR - Strong

16. Bart Claessen & Billy The Kit ft. Maxine - Make It Happen

17. Denis Goldin ft. Rob Hazen - Everything In The World (Kaaze Remix)

18. The Cliqque - Delta

19. Afrojack - Unstoppable

20. twoloud & Kaaze - Color Pop (Clean & Sober Remix)


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