WARNING THIS IS SOME HARD DUBSTEP AND TWO OF THE BEST REMIXES OF THE YEAR!
The first remix in this pack is Alvin Risk’s remix of Kaskade’s “Eyes”. Emphasizing the vocals of Kaskade’s epic track and adding a Skrillex like insane growling wobble drop that will blow through your speakers. You really have to listen to this to fully appreciate the madness.
Kaskade – Eyes (Alvin Risk Remix):
The next remix by Alvin Risk is his remix of Steve Aoki’s “Earthquakey People”. This is the more interesting of the pack because of the insane vocal chopping that he does and the multi genre strategy of the remix. When the drop hits you feel it’s a Dirty Dutch track and than once it really builds up you feel and hear the hardest Dubstep you could imagine. Enjoy!
Steve Aoki – Earthquakey People (Alvin Risk Remix):
It’s finally here!! Dirty South & Thomas Gold‘s most recent anticipated track is officially released! I can not express enough on how much Pachaholic adores this track, absolutely impossible not to love. From bone-chilling lyrics and vocals to an unprecedented melody leading to an immensely bangin’ drop. This track screams pure progressive anthem, and there’s no doubt this track is going to be over played in everyone sets. Enjoy this full HQ release of “Eyes Wide Open”
Kaskade epic “Eyes” was one of the most profound soft progressive house tracks to come this summer. Pachaholic loved the track so much we put up a two previews as wel as the release, It was Kaskade’s first single release to his album ‘Fire & Ice‘. Today R3hab released his take on the progressive house track, and made it into in Electro banger. Which is nice to see that R3had is changing up his style a little bit. I feel like this is defiantly not going to be the last remix well see from ‘Eyes’, keep checkin’ back for more releases.
R3hab, the Dutch mastermind is back again with another pop infused remix of Adam Lambert’s “Never Close Our Eyes”. Sticking with his usual formula R3hab emphasizes the poppy vocals of the original track and mixes them with his chainsaw synths to make a high energy banger that will get anyone dancing. If R3hab can do one thing right it’s keeping the energy at an all time high at all times, and this track does that exactly. Enjoy!
I swear we should dedicate Mondays to teasers and call it Pachaholic’s Preview day, so many previews pop up all over the internet. Today we have a live preview of an absolute bomb. Pachaholic hates previews, and im sure you do as wel, but a youtube preview? Those usually never end up on our site, crappy quality, hard to really hear the vocals, effects, and so forth. This track is so amazing, it had to get a spot on Pachaholic. Coming off a really successful collabo together; Dirty South and Thomas Gold teamed up after their track ‘Alive’ and produced an immense banger, using the same incredible vocals of Kate Elsworth. Dirty South dropped “Eyes Wide Open” at Pacha NYC this past friday, and it was a world premiere.
After hearing various remixes of Dirty South and Thomas Gold’s anthem “Eyes Wide Open” I was super excited when I spotted Felguks remix. Overall this is by far my favorite reason just for the simple fact that he turned this beautiful progressive anthem into a hard electro anthem. This remix is out of control. Check it and let us know what you think.
In this installment of Dirty South’s Mixtapes we get a look into some of the hottest tracks on the EDM scene today. Featuring popular tracks such as “In My Mind” and “Eyes Wide Open”, Dirty South uses today’s anthem to get the crowd hyped and keep them fully focused on his mixing. Featuring personal favorites such as Zedd’s remix of “Breakin a Sweat” and “Anima”, this mixtape is worth a listen. Enjoy!
01. Dirty South & Thomas Gold feat. Kate Elsworth – Eyes Wide Open [Phazing]
02. Denzal Park – Nammos [Cr2]
03. Swanky Tunes, Matisse & Sadko – The Legend [Refune]
04. Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl feat. Georgi Kay – In My Mind (Axwell Remix) [Axtone]
05. Dirty South & Thomas Gold feat. Kate Elsworth – Alive (Blinders Remix) [Phazing]
06. Tim Mason – Anima [Size]
07. Felguk – Jack It [Dongle]
08. Steve Aoki feat. Wynter Gordon – Ladi Dadi (Tommy Trash Instrumental Remix) [Dim Mak]
09. Skrillex & The Doors – Breakn’ A Sweat (Zedd Remix) [Big Beat / Owsla]
10. Alesso – Raise Your Head [Refune]
For those of you who aren’t particularly fond of trance music, the following track is one of them songs that will leave you asking for more. This duo, in Camilo Santi and Krzysztof Choch have engineered what is an absolute trance banger. To top of what already is a great track, W&W have edited the track to make it just right. Close your eyes and listen. The song takes you on a euphoric journey like no other.
This song will be featured on the upcoming Mainstage Vol. 1 Compilation (Mixed by W&W).
Release date: 9.21.2012
Without surprise, Santos Party House’s, Electric Beach Party had yet another successful Saturday. Resident DJ dBerrie had people from wall to wall; he attracted so many people to Lafayette Street that Santos Party House had no choice other then to open up their basement dance floor so they could fit everyone inside the venue.
The 24-year-old, rising star from New York, has established himself in this scene through his original and remix productions, which have received support from some of the hottest names out including Fedde Le Grand, Deniz Koyu, Sidney Samson, and Swanky Tunes just to name a few. This being said dBerrie’s track list selection was not only just a reflection of him as a producer, but also the type of party that the Electric Beach Party has grown to become. All of Berrie’s track choices kept the bass thumping and obviously had everyone in the place dancing and singing at the top of their lungs.
Berrie dropped all of the latest and hottest tracks as well as some obvious classics at the Electric Beach Party. His set included tracks like, Nicky Romero’s, Flash and I Don’t Even Like You, as well as the Nervo sisters hit, Were All No One. From there Berrie took his set electro, dropping Wolfgang Gartner’s, Redline, as well as Hot Mouth’s, Totally Worth It, and the track that everyone seems to be the talk of the house music scene, none other then Spencer and Hill’s, 1234.
Spencer & Hill – 1234 (Original Mix)
Berrie’s set also included mash-ups of Afrojack’s, Can’t Stop Me Now with the Bingo Player’s, L’Amour, as well as Mark Knights Remix of Florence and the Machines, You Got The Love with Hardwell’s, Spaceman. He also played Dirty South’s, Eyes Wide Open, as well as Dirty South and Alesso’s latest collaboration, City of Dreams, which has currently risen to the number 1 spot on Beatport’s top 10 chart. Berrie brought his own flavor to the set dropping his latest remix of Passion Pitt’s, Take A Walk as well as his original work, which was featured on Tiesto’s Club Life 280 called, Voices, and obviously the track that everyone in SOHO singing, his remix of Goyte’s, Somebody That I Used To Know.
Dirty South & Alesso – City of Dreams (Original Mix)
dBerrie – Voices (Original Mix)
Berrie brought an unbelievable amount of energy into the room as he stepped up into the booth to take control of this wild party. From the first track he played, he had the crowd going absolutely crazy, and continued to keep them raging all night. As he laid down track after track throughout his entire set, you could see and feel the energy in the room continuously rising with each passing song. His constant interaction with the crowd definitely added to that energy, there were even times where you could see Berrie giving a pound to the partiers dancing around the booth. It goes without saying that he knew exactly how to keep the people happy and the party going. Every transition he made, loop he started, and effect he used through his set were done with no hesitance, which made it clear to see that he felt right at home at Santos Party House.
Italian house producerAlex Gaudino stopped by Avenue on 10th this past tuesday on a mini-tour promoting his new single “I Don’t Wanna Dance” released through Ultra Records. “Dance” is a hard house banger featuring the mult-talented Taboo from the Black Eyed Peas that has just enough bubble and just enough heat to be a great Summer turning into Fall kinda track.
Gaudino himself arrived to Avenue without a whole lot of fanfare and took control of the decks with a focused look in his eyes. Starting with a subtle remix of his track “I’m In Love” replacing some of the “i’m in love” lyrics with his own name “Gaudino” giving the crowd a double pronged introduction to the man rocking the house.
Alex played a hard electronic set, playing some Beatport top 10-esque tracks but mixing them with some difficult to identify house songs expertly transitioning back and forth to keep the crowd moving but not having them go all out the entire time. It helped that Avenue’s sound system knocks with a really well designed lighting setup and an operator using two computers to manipulate the light walls, moving chandeliers, and laser projectors. It had a way of making the place really feel like a club. Gaudino played some crowd favorite tracks and threw a couple of curves mixing from house bangers into tracks like Foreigner’s “Cold as Ice”. My favorite part of his set was him dropping the hot new mix of “Hell’s Education” the Albin Meyers and Pink Floyd track bringing it into a “Forever Young” mashup I couldn’t identify. It didn’t matter that no one else in the place could either because they loved what Alex was pushing out of the speakers.
Avenue is a trendy place, sitting just north of the Meatpacking district and doesn’t have the kind of crowd that’s going to go that hard for a DJ like Gaudino mostly because Avenue is more about being there, than it is about the music. When I spoke to him after the show Alex said it too, he had a good time but there’s only so much energy you can really extract from that kind of crowd. Having said that, considering his track selection, his phenomenal transitions, and his ending track of “Atom” Gaudino killed it and he made more of a fan that I already was.
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