Last month David Guetta released the video for his hot single Just One Last Time ft Rai. The hit has only been on the European dance charts for 7 weeks and has already moved to #6! Like all of David Guetta’s mixes we’re sure this one will be just as big! Check out the video below and let us know what you think.
We still can’t get over the fact that Swedish House Mafia is on their very last tour as a trio but happy for each DJ’s individual success, which we weren’t worried about.
Early last year we wrote about Steve Angello’s newest single “Yeah” and how much we loved the jam: the beats, the intro, the roar of the consistent bass and the “yeahs” throughout the track.
The video is just as amazing! It plays off of the never ending battle between good and evil with the epic flavor and humor of 80s pop culture superheroes. The video is fun, comical, and super enjoyable; a nice new take on EDM videos.
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Justin Timberlake‘s newest single “Suit & Tie“, a preview to his upcoming album “The 20/20 Experience“, is a little bit, well…we’re not really sure. When we first listened to it we were so put off by the beginning that we almost didn’t listen to the rest. But as the song plays it’s obvious that Justin Timberlake continues to master his R&B sound, definitely reminiscent of old school R. Kelly and Step in the Name of Love! We’re sure it’ll grow on us more and more. We can only hope…Check it out below and let us know what you think!
Our friends at Defected In The House are excited to drop their first major release of the year – Noir In The House – which comes out January 28th
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After closing 2012 with a killer show at Electric Brixton on New Year’s Eve in South London, Noir is ready to grab 2013 by the balls and lead it into a raging, beat shaking, bass dropping, and head bopping year! On January 28thDefected In The House will release a compilation of tracks Noir loves to play and replay.
The sound of this new album can be described, as Noir said it before, as Techno with Soul and 90s influences. The vocals and melodies of the tracks allows you to really sink into the beats and feel the music in another level.
When it comes to EDM, Noir has always been ahead of the game, and it comes as no surprise that this new album will make the perfect start for 2013.
We LOVE Afrojack versus KEANE: Sovereign Light Cafe(Afrojack Remix). As EDM lovers, we often find the beats too upbeat for certain times of the night, morning, or day. So when a chill but upbeat song comes along we can’t help but put it on repeat, sing along and sometimes dance a little. After all, it is an EDM track so the feel is energetic…in the calmest way possible.
Sovereign Light Café is the perfect form of calm.
The vocals make you want to sing along and the overall sound allows you to keep any EDM momentum going all while relaxing or coming down for the night.
Two legends come together in one track to bring magic to our ears. Benny Benassi remixed the iconic Rolling Stones’ newest single “Doom and Gloom” into a must have track that most DJs will die to have in their sets.
The classic vocals of The Rolling Stones prevail throughout the track while Benny’s electric magic launches the song into incredible party heights!
Tonight the X Factor premiered the newest video from the Queen herself…Britney Spears. Although she is only featured in will.i.am’s newest single Scream and Shout, it is definitely Britney that makes the video amazing. We’re not huge fans of this song…yet, but we’re sure in time, it will beat it’s way into our brains. As die-hard Britney Spears‘ fans, we are super appreciative of her new, sophisticated and glamorous look, especially from a 30 year old mother of two boys. Yep…Britney still has it going strong. Check out the video below and leave us comments about what you think of the video. Thumbs up…or thumbs down???
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There’s nothing sexier than a song that makes you feel like a bad ass and this is the case for Black Sheep by Gin Wigmore. Her soulful sound makes you feel like a 1950’s bad girl smoking cigarettes and skipping class or a 70’s reporter digging for dirt on the politician you want to bring down. Or better yet, a 2012 chic mod club kid wanting to have a good time while enjoying the beats of your favorite DJ and a sugar free Redbull.
Does she remind you a little bit of Amy Winehouse? Black Sheep is soulful, sexy, energetic, and down right raannt. Check out the official video of Black Sheep by Gin Wigmore.
Come Come by Hot As Sun is just an incredibly hot song. It seethes sensuality at its chic-est! The beats are dark. The vocals are transporting. And the lyrics tell a story that we could all possibly relate. Whether you’re having a glass of wine alone at home or you’re in a crowded lounge, this song will totally feed on your sensuality and bring out the sense of confidence you didn’t know you had.
The magic of EDM – Electronic Dance Music – is that it brings culture together. Every race, religion, sex, sexuality and social standing comes into a fist pumping, body shaking movement that welcomes the beats into their soul and projects out displaying their love for music. This is exactly what brought the EC twins into the industry of creating beats; music beats that will continue to help grow this musical movement and propel future generations of electronic music lovers. The journey of these two hasn’t been easy, even quite difficult at times, but their passion for music has allowed them to change, shape and share the magic of EDM.
1. Who are the EC Twins?
DJs, producers, house music messiahs.
2. What was it like to transition from growing up in Manchester UK to life in LA?
Well in Manchester we lived in a shitty city in an even shittier neighborhood in the shittiest house. We didn’t have a pot to piss in or a window to throw it out of. Our life in L.A is now the opposite of that. Obviously it didn’t just happen overnight, we had to work our asses off we have paid our dues. Being broke and homeless in L.A wasn’t too much fun, but at least when you sleep on the streets in L.A the sun is out. It’s a long story for another day…
3. How can we tell you two apart? Which one is Marc and which one is Allister?
Some strange placed moles and freckles help people tell us apart. Knowing our luck some of these things are skin cancer.
4. Any sibling rivalry?
5. Tell us something about each of you we wouldn’t know by looking at you?
We are both hung to the left…
6. What brought you guys to the music industry and especially the dance music industry?
Music was always in our life, even if we didn’t have money for food as children our dad always had music and when he worked night shift he left us with our cousin to babysit who was a legitimate punk rocker. So those influences dictated a constant soundtrack in our lives. Plus the only tv station that we had was MTV, as it was free back in the day so we really didn’t know much else. The first time we went to a house music club the sense of freedom and fun was mind-blowing, every race, religion, sexuality and socio-economic class was represented on the dance floor. Its’ effect were irreversible for us. We knew we wanted to be involved in any way possible.
7. The dance music industry in LA is its’ own monster. Do you guys think it stands out from any other city and musical communities?
Ironically when we decided to move to L.A, it really did have the smallest house and dance music scene we had ever witnessed in any big city. We made a conscious decision to put every ounce of our energy into changing that situation. Now it has become some kind of hub for producers and DJ’s from all over the world and without a doubt we feel responsible for some of that change and we are so relieved. The media controls so much of today’s pop culture and it’s all based here in LA so we decided it’s perfect place to spread the message of dance music. We were right.
8. You guys produce constantly. Any new projects you can talk about?
We are excited about our new remix for Bass Kleph called “Make Me Forget“. It’s an amazing track. We have so much coming out soon it’s unreal. As for an original track? A collaboration with our friend Andy D’Arrigo called “Rock n Roll Music“, which in our opinion is one of the most bad ass tracks we have produced and that’s coming out towards the end of the year.
9. Does each of you have an all-time favorite song you always work into your sets?
It changes. We nurture our tracks, we love them like family. It would be hard to think of particular tracks but Robin S has the classic track, “Show Me Love” and it’s been ubiquitous to our careers I guess.
10. When performing, what are your favorite moments and why?
Every second on stage we live in fear that the crowd is suddenly going to hate what we do and leave the club in some kind of mass exodus, so the greatest moments happen when every hand is in the air or when you have ended your set and the crowd is still there chanting for more. The relief steadies our nerves (until the next time).
11. Who are your favorite major artists you’ve mixed?
Stand out for us would be LMFAO. Redfoo and the Party Rock Crew have been friends of ours for years and seeing them blow up has been awesome. So our remix of “Champagne Showers” was fun to do and has special feelings around it for our friends. Our remix of Adele’s “Someone Like You” got us a lot of attention and air play on the radio, other than that our remix of Dirty Vegas’ “Doves” has become a cult underground classic. If we don’t play it in a set we get emails from fans complaining.
12. Outside of dance music, who are your top 3 favorite musical artists you respect and why?
That question is too tough. We can only respect people who we know something about personally. We aren’t unconditional fans of anyone. We enjoy music not musicians, if you can understand what we mean there. But we always loved Luther Vandross’s voice and also many of his contemporaries. We just love old school soul. Guys like Vince Clarke, who was a member of Depeche Mode, Yazzoo (Yaz in America), Erasure and also enduring artists like Sade would be amongst our favorites.
13. What inspired your latest single “Like You’ve Never Seen”?
We just went into the studio and laid down a high energy track that we love and would fit into our sets. Then we sent CeCe Peniston an instrumental version and she delivered a great vocal. The validation from artists such as Tiesto, Chuckie and Sander Van Doorn supporting the record is refreshing to us.
14. If you could master another genre of music, which one would it be and why?
Most likely soul music. Traditional R/B, not this auto tuned piss poor bubblegum shit that R/B is today. We are VERY passionate about Soul music and rare groove. The market isn’t really there though and we can’t sing a fucking note so we don’t see it happening anytime soon. It’s best for everyone if we just stick to electronic music.
16. What do you think is the sexiest city, club, hotel, song, place to kiss?
Edinburgh is an undiscovered romantic city and Florence is also nice. But to be honest, we don’t know much about being sexy. We just know music. To almost quote our friends LMFAO “WE AREN’T SEXY AND WE KNOW IT”.
17. Aside from producing music and shows, what do you guys do for fun?
We ride bicycles. Yes that’s correct; we wear spandex and ride bicycles. We have done it since we were kids. Now try and get the image of us in spandex out of your mind, it’s kinda gross.
18. When are you guys hitting the Midwest?! We want to come see you!
As soon as possible. We want to come and see you too.
19. What’s next for the EC Twins?
As usual, more of the same. Just a bigger version.
20. What are your three simple luxuries?
Being born into poverty means it doesn’t take much to make us feel indulgent but our 3 luxuries would be Food, Food and more Food!
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