Arnej played a stellar set at Glow at Ultrabar with an always amazing opening set from Robert Gonzalez to kick off the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Here are some of the HIGHLIGHTS:
Suspect 44 “Amazing”
Check out the gallery of HIGHLIGHTS from the night with Kaskade at Glow at Echostage with an opening set by Roberto Gonzalez:
Watch this video: Markus Schulz ‘Remember This’
Out now on Mainstage Music
Download on Beatport: http://bit.ly/RememberThis_BP
With the Buenos Aires ’13 compilation recently released and accumulating much adulation, and his fifth artist album “Scream II” on the way, Markus Schulz continues his never ending work schedule and dedication by releasing a track which intrinsically links both projects – “Remember This.”
A track which first came to prominence as the surprise opener of his heralded Electric Daisy Carnival set in Las Vegas,“Remember This” quickly ascended towards many fans’ personal favorites of 2013, and has been the undisputed live set requester for the unicorn slayer ever since.
Receiving multiple plays on Global DJ Broadcast, along with additional support from the likes of Armin van Buuren, W&W and Ferry Corsten (appearing on the Once Upon a Night Volume 4 compilation), “Remember This” is cherished for its incredible trance-laden melody, guaranteed to bring out the emotions on dance floors.
Filmed on location in Miami, “Remember This” tells the story of a typical hometown Markus Schulz gig night – played in reverse. We hope you enjoy it.
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This Echostage show was packed! Let’s give fans more credit that it wasn’t just due to the “Get Wet Tour” name and idle curiosity that brought this sold out crowd.
The Candyland duo were crazy funny (and had too much fun with shaving cream.) They played a medley of tracks and songs like System Of A Down “Chop Suey,” Darude “Sandstorm,” Montell Jordan “This Is How We Do It” and Calvin Harris “I Feel So Close To You Right Now,” in a span of about 4 minutes and for a while had me feeling like I was at a roller disco in the 80′s. Later they were found upstairs at a VIP table and happily boasted as I passed that they had just photobombed some girl’s photo and she seemed a bit (jokingly) mad. I told them she possibly, unfortunately deleted the images not recognizing who they were and she was kicking herself later, but I hope not.
I finally, FINALLY, got to witness Seven Lions! His set was only about an hour but it was one of the best hours of DJ set I’ve heard all year! (and he played “Days To Come” *swoon*.)
Krewella’s stage was insanely decked out with mirrored glacier type structures (with some appearing to magically float!) The crowd absolutely loved this threesome and those Windy City ladies can sing! They seemed to create a motto of tracks to live by including “Life Of The Party,” “Killin’ It” and “Live For The Night.”
On this particular night, we were a bunch of ninja monkey photographers…..all 40 or so of us (j/k.) Great working with all of you cool people! At one point during the show Yasmine Yousef impromptu joined the photo crew and grabbed their tour photographer’s camera with what we all thought was the intention of standing at the edge of the stage to capture some crowd shots. Instead she did a quick trust fall into the crowd and proceeded to self-capture her mosh on camera. Good night (good night indeed!) Here are some of the HIGHLIGHTS from the night.
“Believer” Aneym and Nitrous Oxide
I was a doubter now I’m believer, everything is possible….
The stage was decked out with ominous castle walls, crucifixes, pointed wrought iron fencing, dim red and blue lighting, ground-creeping cryogenics and Tommy Trash and Wolfgang Gartner. Gartner played a rarely-heard-live track, his remix of Tiesto’s “I Will Be Here,” which instantly turned a “Hell”-ish stage setup into pure Heaven! Here are some of the HIGHLIGHTS:
With its ebb and tide of melodies and upbeat funk of electric piano strikes,
this track blissfully de-stigamizes the downside of that first day of the work
This is Estiva & John Vilborg “Mondays.”
Let this little classic get you in the mood: