This is honestly one of the most impressive mini mixes I have heard to date. The Canadian duo Dzeko and Torres take all the best songs from 2012 and include them in one 10 minute mix. All the mixing is flawless and this would make any crowd go insane. Every drop is flawless and the vocals help bring back memories from last years antics. Enjoy!
1. Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl feat. Georgi Kay – In My Mind (Axwell Mix)
2. Qulinez – Troll (Original Mix)
3. Gregor Salto – Azumba (Rave Mix)
4. Dirty South & Those Usual Suspects – Walking Alone (Acapella)
5. Sultan & Ned Shepard ft. Quila – Walls (Original Mix)
6. Skirllex – Ruffneck Bass (Original Mix)
7. Swedish House Mafia – Greyhound (Original Mix)
8. Knife Party – Internet Friends (Original Mix)
9. Sander Van Doorn & Julian Jordan – Kangaroo (Original Mix)
10. Cedriv Gervais – Molly (Original Mix)
11. Hardwell – Spaceman (Original Mix)
12. Deniz Koyu – Bong (Original Mix)
13. Martin Solveig – Night Out (Acapella)
14. Michael Calfan – Ressurection (Axwel Re-Cut)
15. Swanky Tunes & Hard Rock Sofa – Here We Go (Original Mix)
16. Skrillex ft. Sirah – Bangarang (Original Mix)
17. Nicky Romero – Toulouse (Original Mix)
18. Hard Rock Sofa – Quasar (Original Mix)
19. Zedd ft. Matthew Koma – Spectrum (Acapella)
20. Afrojack ft. Shermanology – Can’t Stop Me Now (R3Hab & Dyro Remix)
21. Alesso & Sebastian Ingrosso ft. Matthew Koma – Calling (Lose My Mind)(Acapella)
22. Alesso & Dirty South ft. Ruben Haze – City Of Dreams (Original Mix)
23. Otto Knows – Million Voices (Original Mix)
24. Nari & Milani – Atom (Original Mix)
25. Jewelz & Scott Sparks – Toxic Rush (Original Mix)
26. Nicky Romero – Generation 303
27. Afrojack – Rock The House (Original Mix)
28. Knife Party – Rage Valley (Original Mix)
29. Dada Life – Kick Out The Epic Motherfucker (Original Mix)
30. Gotye – Somebody That I Used To Know (Acapella)
31. Skrillex & The Doors – Breaking A Sweat (Zedd Remix)
32. Thomas Gold – Sing 2 Me (Original mix)
33. Sebastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash – Reload (Original Mix)
34. Porter Robinson – Language (Piano)
35. Chuckie & Promise Land ft. Amanda Wilson – Breaking Up (Acapella)
36. Steve Aoki ft. Wynter Gordon – Ladi Dadi (Tommy Trash Remix)
37. Cazzette – Beam Me Up (Kill Mode)(Original Mix)
38. M83 – Midnight City (Eric Prydz Private Remix)
39. Dubvision – All By Myself (Original Mix)
40. Swedish House Mafia – Don’t You Worry Child (Original Mix)
After a wicked series of days, partying over NYE there has been a lot to come out of the EDM world. The biggest news being a brand new production by one of the biggest names in the world of Progressive House, Axwell. Having not produced as a solo artist since 2011 on “Heart Is King,” here we have a live play (at the Lights All Night event, NYE) of what looks to be the latest instalment amongst the Swede’s stellar career. This tune looks to be shaping up as one of the biggest releases to come out this upcoming Winter Music Conference. For now have a listen via the Fan Video posted on youtube.
Stay tuned to PACHAHOLIC for more information.
Reading the title, you may just be thinking, who is ROOMAH!? Well it’s time to get familiar with this new EDM duo as they are hitting the scene quick smart. ROOMAH! is a 16 year old duo from Sydney, Australia. The partnership between school-mates Alex and Anthony is causing quite the stir in Sydney. Fans are already falling in love with the music they are coming up with. Taking an Axwell classic and turning what already is a top track into a dancefloor filler. The Max C vocal is perfectly accompanied by an uprising piano melody followed by a big room progressive drop which will have the floor moving without a doubt.
Be sure to grab a free copy of this track and follow ROOMAH! on Soundcloud for more music.
Benzi and PLNDR have teamed up to bring you a twenty six track mixtape on what Benzi thinks are the essentials in the Trap world today, including sounds from Axwell, Alice Deejay, Major Lazer, Ellie Goulding, Deadmau5, Zedd, Flosstradamus, Baauer, N*E*R*D, DJ Sammy and Justin Timberlake.
Quite the mix, right?
One of the biggest songs to come out of Electric Zoo Festival this past weekend was played during Axwell’s set on day two. The song happens to be a remix by the ever-so trustworthy DubVision which have worked under the Axtone Label quite a bit this year. As of this moment there is no word on the original name of the song nor the original producer/s. DubVision’s signature progressive sounds is made quite evident throughout this song, as well as being backed by arousing male vocals putting you though a state of euphoria.
For now here is a live rip to enjoy from Axwell’s set at EZoo.
It is becoming a rare occurrence where the marriage between a venue, the people and the talent come together to form a perfect night. This was the case at Electric Beach at Santos Party House on Saturday night where DJs Mighty Ror, Audrey Napoleon and ImanoS rocked a beautiful crowd well into the early morning.
Mighty Ror was on the decks when Pachaholic arrived. What was clear was how dialed in he was into the crowd, delivering an ambitious set of house, progressive and old school remixes that had everyone amped up. If a DJ is playing Alesso’s “Silence by the Night” and Axwell’s remix of “Sweet Disposition” in the opening set, you know the night is going to be massive. The only question that remained was “how massive”?
The house was nearly full to capacity with NYCs young elite in attendance. The door and guest list were managed perfectly by Electric Beach’s Rasaad and the party was just getting hot before one the biggest surprise of the night, Audrey Napoleon, got behind the decks. After playing Pacha the night before, the L.A. based DJ/Producer delivered a progressive, tech house set that was uniquely her own, and had everyone on their feet. Audrey is on nearly every list of DJs to watch in 2012 (and beyond) including Beatport and Elektro Magazine and there is no question as to why. She infused the crowd with her energy to the point where everyone at Santos wanted to get a better look at her and know who was spinning. Audrey’s star power is growing exponentially and I am certain that we will see her again as a headliner in NYC. In the mean time you can catch her at the Identity Festival all summer long. Her recent release Green +15 is available on Beatport.
The Dreamlab Robot was also in attendance, adding a uniquely special touch to an already uniquely special night. With all of these elements in place, ImanoS took the DJ booth to send this party into the stratosphere. ImanoS set the tone by starting with Lady Gaga’s “Judas (Thomas Gold Instrumental Mix)” with Afrojack’s “Take over Control (Acapella)” featuring Eva Simmons. The Mutant Records artist unleashed hit after hit on the Electric Beach crowd including Deniz Koyu’s “Bong”, Adrian Lux’ “Angels (Ken Loi Remix) and Dirty South’s “Walking Alone (Arty Remix)”. The highlight was the debut of his new remix of the Foxes “White Coats” which will undoubtedly receive global attention like many of his previous remixes.
ImanoS effortlessly delivered what many already know to be true. ImanoS is a remix master, his recent releases including “Asimov”, “Let It Go” and “I’ll Wait for You” have all gotten support from some of the biggest producers in dance music today like Tiesto, Pete Tong, Bob Sinclar, Avicii, John Dahlback, and Laidback Luke. However, the Vancouver native is just getting started. If he continues to release massive house anthems and deliver absurdly energetic shows he will become a fixture here in NYC and abroad making special nights like Saturday a more common occurrence.