Australian Electro duo, Denzal Park are at it again this time remixing ‘Love Love Love’ by a New Zealand Folk band by the name of Avalanche City. The unreleased track was played, one of the first times as part of EDX’s set this past Friday night at Marquee in Sydney, Australia. The crowd’s energetic reaction was a true testament of how good the song actually is, EDX had the club bouncing with this tune. The soothing vocal complements the uprising synths followed by a progressive drop quite well, especially on a proper sound system.
Check out the live preview here. There is no word of a released date as of yet so stay tuned.
Santos Party-House was a zoo this past Saturday as they hosted their, Electric Beach Party with music by none other then DJ L and Mike Bugout. DJ L had the people at Santos’ Party House groovin’ when he took over the decks a little after midnight. He dropped banger after banger, playing tracks such as, AN21 and Max Vangelli’s remix of, The Island mixed with Calvin Harris’s smash, Awooga, as well as Adrian Lux’s, Teenage Crime (Axwell & Henrik B Remode), Gregori Klosman’s, Minibar, and of course Swedish House Mafia’s, Greyhound. He had everyone jumping after dropping Nicky Romero’s, Generation 303 and he had the energy in the room flowin’ as he played as mash up of Nicky Romero and ZROQ’s, WTF and Swedish House Mafia’s, Save the World.
It was no surprise however, that up and coming New York native, Mike Bugout stole the spotlight at the electric beach party. He kept the crowd rocking through the early hours of Sunday morning, and maintained the high energy that DJ L already established with ease. It was lights out once he stepped into the booth, he opened with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s latest collaboration with Yves V, Aftermath, and from there mixed in Tujamo & Plastik Funk’s latest club banger, WHO, before dropping his and Michael York’s latest original work, which goes by the working title of, MCMB. Bugout also played many of his own edits and mash up’s throughout the night including, The Nova Island Promises (Mike Bugout Edit), A Flashback Like This (Mike Bugout v. Mayce Edit), and of course Skitzofrenix & Jeff Doubleu’s, Rushin (Mike Bugout Bootleg), which was featured on Tiesto’s Club Life 254 earlier this year.
Bugout’s choice of tracks covered all aspects of the different house genres from progressive to electro and the latest trap music to ensure that everyone in attendance would have a good time. Playing tracks such as Laidback Luke’s, How We Do as well as Hardwell and Thomas Gold’s latest edit, Million Atoms to Apologize and even played some of Knife Party’s latest tracks such as, Rage Valley, Sleaze, and even their edit of Porter Robinson’s, Unison. Bugout’s flawless transitions between tracks kept the crowd amped until Santos Party House, closed up shop at 4am.
Don’t worry if you weren’t able to catch Mike at Santos’ Party-House, you can catch veteran, you can catch veteran, Mike Bugout in numerous places, in different states over the next few months. Anyone that will be in the New Jersey area can catch Bugout at his now 5-year residency held in Sayreville on route 35 at Deko Lounge on Wednesdays. He will also be performing at Starland Ballroom with Steve Aoki on Thursday, October 25th. If you’re not in the New Jersey area, you can catch Bugout this Wednesday headlining the world famous Webster Hall for the first time. You can find more details about this event and buy tickets here.
As if that wasn’t enough already, Bugout’s skills behind the decks also managed to land him a monthly residency at the Mosaic Nightclub in Baltimore. He will be headlining a special event on a massive outdoor stage on Saturday September 15th and will be spinning there again, not even a week later, on Friday September 21st. He doesn’t plan on stopping there, as he works on more of his original productions and remixes in his spare time, his management team is talking to different venues who all want a piece of Bugout’s talent. For more information about the rising talent of Mike Bugout, you can check him out at:
To celebrate the upcoming 1 year anniversary of his studio album ‘Nothing But The Beat’, David Guetta has dropped one of the multiple songs which are set to be featured on a repack of the album. Guetta played ‘Falling To Pieces’ for the first time ever in front of a German Crowd in Munich during his ‘Nothing But The Beat’ tour as captured by this fan video. This album repack is set to feature new content including remixes and original productions by the Frenchman.
The song itself once again features the emotive vocals of Sia who just seems to be apart of every Guetta track as well as a beautiful piano melody . On the mic, Guetta says this is a remix of the song. There is no word as of yet as to who it is remixed by although there is speculation that this is another collaboration between Guetta and Nicky Romero after the successful productions of ‘Wild One Two’ and ‘Metropolis’.
There is no exact release date as of yet but can be expected to drop at the conclusion of the summer. Stay tuned for more information on the exact details of this song and album repack.
Check out the first instalment of the Ultra Music Festival’documentary style’ video series. This series will feature HD footage of the amazing UMF experience at Bayfront Park back in March this year. UMF TV get’s up close and personal with Avicii both on stage and behind the scenes in this episode. More episodes will feature highlights from the likes of Tiesto, David Guetta, Armin Van Buuren, Hardwell and more.
I have never gotten goosebumps like this before. Amazing Video. MUST WATCH.
The legend that is Derek Smith, the man behind the Lights, has put together a massive video recap of what looks to be one of the greatest shows ever in Denver for NYE 2012! Known for his intense, Led Zeppelin-like light shows, this video really depicts how crazy his crowd is and puts you smack dab in the middle of the insanity, giving you that “OMG Ive been there before” feeling. For as chill as PL can be, perfect for burning one down on a lazy sunday, he can ramp his style right up to that hiphop style head bobbing party soundtrack! enjoi
Pissed you’re not in Miami right now? Watching the best DJs in the world kill it in front of a ridiculous amount of screamin’ fans. Are you bored at home? Join the action and watch the Ultra Music Festival Live Broadcast right now.