One of the hottest pool parties of Miami music week is titled “Stacked Miami” and it is stacked with some of the best names in Dubstep, Trap and Moombahton. Featuring Doctor P, Datsik, and Zomboy to name a few Dubstep artists, the line up is sure to bring a heavy dose of bass as you take in the Miami rays and enjoy the comforting coolness of the poolside deck. Featuring some of the biggest names in Trap including Brillz, Carnage, and ETC! ETC!, this is sure to be one of the hottest and most demanded pool parties of the week.
After a very successful pool party last year, Scion is presenting Dim Mak and Friends Pool Party at Miami Music Week. As you can tell from the recap video below, last years Dim Mak pool party was something you couldn’t bear to miss and this years line up is expanded and improved greatly. Featuring some of the biggest acts in EDM including Steve Aoki, Clockwork, Sidney Samson, Peacetreaty, and Datsik this pool party is sure to be something that you fit into your daily agenda this week in Miami.
This friday Pacha NYC will have the pleasure of hosting a night of pure mayhem. Warming up the night will be up and coming Trap and Dubstep star Carnage. Carnage is known for his remixes of Hardwell’s “Spaceman” and Showtek’s “Cannonball”. No newbie to the scene, Alvin Risk will take the stage and flawlessly mix his various styles of Dubstep, Electro, House, and Trap. This is a night you do not want to miss.
Up and comer Must Die! released his first EP on Play Me records titled “Live It Up” and believe me it won’t be his last. This track titled “Live It Up” emphasizes Must Die’s unique style mixing dub step, trap percussion, and excellent vocal chopping. Using Sue Cho’s vocals, he does an excellent job at mixing them flawlessly with the hard dubstep bass. Enjoy!
Baltimore based DJ/Producer Nate Snyder known around Bmore as DJ Wallie gives Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble” an amazing remix treatment that is worthy of being played by any big name DJ. The original is much faster compared to Wallie’s 128 bpm perfectly warped vocals and sound outstanding. This production is top notch quality from every single aspect especially the drop which has a great sound from any standpoint. As a Christmas gift to everyone, Wallie wanted to give this production away to all the fans as a Free Download! Merry Christmas to all the Pachaholic fans
It’s been quite some time since we’ve heard from one of Pachaholic‘s favorite up and coming groups in the EDM community. The Disco Fries has proved there talent both in the studio as well as live when we heard them play the opening set on The Bounce Boat. This new original titled “BassOff” features a grittier bass than we expected, and we absolutely love it! The key to a good electro song is the hard hitting bass line and this has all the bass you could want from the duo. Take a listen and let us know what you think in the comments below.
Dirtyloud is a duo best known for their bass heavy influence on every remix they touch. Flawlessly creating an electro house anthem out of an already quality dubstep track from Skism and Zomboy, Dirtyloud adds elements missing from the original making it more fit for the club scene and a complete surprise for anyone in the audience. Still keeping the dosage of bass high, Dirtyloud completely gives this track a new feel, which I personally love. Take a listen and let us know what you think in the comments below.
Kill The Noise is known for producing some of the most bass-heavy dubstep anthems out, including “Jokes On You” and “Thumbs Up For Rock N’ Roll”. This new track, featuring up-and-coming trap star Brillz and Minxx, takes the electro house approach, adding as many hard bass elements from dubstep as possible. Layering the soothing vocals of Minxx on top of the progressive build up compliments the track perfectly and keeps you begging for the drop. When the drop comes you are instantly hit by a pulsing bass that has more life to it than imaginable. This is a bass line only Kill The Noise could produce. Take a listen and let us know what you think.
Kill The Noise, Brillz & Minxx – Saturn (Original Mix):
Bonus: Kill The Noise – Roots (Brillz remix):
Having been crowned as the craziest and rowdiest EDM act in the world, Swedish duo Dada Life are throwing one of the biggest parties ever this new years eve. As you should know, Dada Life always deliver the biggest surprises, having party-goers follow a strict list of rules known as ‘The Rules Of Dada,’ Dada Life were forced out of the club scene for this one, having to venture past some of New York and Brooklyn’s most popular and well know venues. Having said that, the venue has been sources, Dada Life have locked down a special warehouse space in Brooklyn that will be transformed into the ‘Dada Life Compound’, a space like never before.
This ‘Dada Life Compond’ can be envision as a cross between Santa’s workshop, a butchery and the Playboy Mansion’s infamous Grotto. Party-goers won’t know quite what’s happening around them, but it is a sure-shot that they will love every moment of it.
Also on the night will be Deniz Koyu and Bassjackers supporting the swedes, ensuring the party will not stop and remain maximal crazy for the entire duration.
Tickets for Dada Land NYE are on sale now via Wantickets.com and AreaEvent.com. A three hour open bar + midnight champagne toast is available as an upgrade to standard GA tickets and for guest 21+ only. Special VIP tables will also be available.
Definitely one of our favorite rising star over here at Pachaholic has to be Kastra. Coming off of some huge releases, like his anthem-esque remix to Krewella’s “Alive“, he starts his climb to the top of EDM scene with this one. Kastra takes Zedd’s “Clarity” and puts his unique electro spin on it. His style is like no other, every track he touches takes you on a journey into his world. If there is one person that you should be watching in 2013 it has to be Kastra. He is also playing at Pacha NYC this saturday with Otto Knows so catch him there! Don’t fall behind check out his Facebook, Twitter, and Soundcloud now!
Bonus - Kastra – Vixen (Original Mix):
Kastra & Nick Jaems – American Sex (Original Mix):