Aruna played The Huxley (with her proud parents in tow) for her Phonic debut last Friday. It was evident that the crowd absolutely loved her. Showing her sense of appreciation to the packed and enthusiastic crowd, she came down with the masses during her final tracks and gave thanks you’s, handshakes and hugs. Here are some of the HIGHLIGHTS from the magical night:
Euphonic Records’ Dennis Sheperd played Phonic at The Huxley.
Here are some of the HIGHLIGHTS from the night:
Australia’s DJ tyDi played Phonic at its last-minute switch location, The Huxley, Washington DC. Style was a bit more posh that night but the epic times and antics remained intact. Here are some of the HIGHLIGHTS:
Gareth Emery, Christina Novelli and Michael Woods made their Glow at Echostage debut. Here are some of the HIGHLIGHTS:
Coldplay – Sky Full Of Stars (Beat Service Proglifting Bootleg)
Free Download: MORTEN “Liquids”
Download and share “Liquids”
“Liquids” is the second installment of MORTEN’s self-titled EP. The aptly titled single serves to prove MORTEN’s keen ear for fluidly melding sounds – like liquid. Progressive house flows into trance which flows into electro in “Liquids”.
The self-titled EP is forward-thinking and, as a whole, rejects the mechanical build and drop abundant in today’s dance music compositions.
MORTEN lives life to its fullest. From amping up crowds of thousands worldwide, to snowboarding, surfing, and motorcycling, this thrill-seeking international talent wants to experience the thrill of it all.
In the studio or in the club, MORTEN possesses a unique and eclectic ear for sound, and the ability to transition effortlessly through the gamut of genres, ranging from uplifting progressive to heavy-stepping electro. With the current trends influencing the dance music sphere, an act as wildly versatile as MORTEN is hard to come by and will suit the most discerning of crowds. His live performances and original productions are perfectly tailored for a high-energy environment; the kind of life on which MORTEN thrives.
Buy “Serotonin” on Beatport
“a warm progressive house tune with glistening chord explosions that complement Koma’s inviting lyrics.” – Dancing Astronaut
“an unpredictable and diversified track.” – Earmilk
“a tune that holds superb harmonies, elevating lyrics, and thrilling vocals of Matthew Koma.” – EDM Tunes
With an exclusive first play at Billboard and support by the likes of Danny Howard (BBC Radio 1), Hardwell, Tiësto, David Guetta, Nicky Romero, Sander van Doorn and Steve Aoki, among others. This track will fuel your mind and is guaranteed to take your summer to the next level!
With already some tracks released on Spinnin’ like “Elysium” and his remix of “Revolution” by Ummet Ozcan, Nervo & R3HAB is “Serotonin” Audien’s latest release on Spinnin’ Records.
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We Are Noize – ‘World Wide’
The final single to be taken from their EP ‘Meat’
EP available to download now:
Preview & download World Wide now:
Since the end of May, a new track from the EP unlocked every week through their Soundcloud, with the first track ‘Bad Gyal’ premiering on Clash and receiving support from Radio 1′s Annie Nightingale.
Followed by ‘Run Da Sound’ it received its online premiere with Vibe, and was picked up by Eddy Temple Morris, who played it as part of his Remix show for Xfm.
Finally is ‘World Wide’, a much more mellow track than the previous two, with gentle beats and soft synths – ‘World Wide’ completes the 3 track EP which will be available to download in full from 16th June.
We Are Noize is a new musical project featuring Maxim of The Prodigy and a group of like minded collaborators, smashing the boundaries of their own sonic universe. A unique collective created to make music outside the norm, ‘We Are Noize’ has become the latest side project in a fresh direction for Maxim whist staying fiercely committed to his roots as Prodigy frontman.
A group of friends who all share the same passion for music. Whether it’s experimental, or a sound that just doesn’t follow trends, they realised that they all had the same vision – to write and produce good music.
Here are some of the HIGHLIGHTS from Darude’s Phonic debut at Federal, Washington DC: