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Released on Sander Van Doorn’s Doorn Records comes Daddy’s Groove new follow up to there chart climbing single “Stellar”. This new track titled “Hurricane” drops into hard hitting vocal bass that is deeper and darker than anything we’ve heard from them in the past. Although this new single doesn’t live up to the epicness of “Stellar”, it is still a hard hitting track that has manny unique sounds to enjoy!
Hailing from the Netherlands, new comer in the EDM community John Christian is a name you should most definitely be looking out for in the future. This remix of Avicii and Nicky Romero’s hit “I Could Be The One” emphasizes the soothing vocals perfectly while adding there own personal tweaks. This entire anthem has a big room anthem to it, from the ambient vocal build, to the hard electro pulsing drop. Everything about this remix screams perfection. Enjoy!
After what seemed like the longest 7 days, my favorite day of the week, “Loco Lunes” was finally here. What I looked forward to most was my first encounter with Sandro Silva. My eyes sparkled with anticipation as one of Holland’s greatest treasures stepped foot into Opium Barcelona and took the stage. Silva’s energy only increased as the early hours of the morning approached. When Sandro started off the night with his festival classic “Epic” the crowd instantly went insane as they realized they were in for a night of flawless mixing and spontaneous mash ups.
Mixing into other popular originals such as “Get Lower” and “Libra” reminded the crowd of Silva’s amazing production skills and why so many DJ’s in the industry support himn. As the crowd sang along to Foxes soft soothing vocals of Zedd’s Clarity the crowd was amazed as he flawlessly mixed the track into Gregor Salto’s jungle anthem “Azumba”. After hearing such a well executed mash up you can tell by the look on the crowds faces that they were ready for any surprise that the Holland sensation would throw at them and would keep wanting more.
As the night progressed Silva started to show his harder electro side dropping Dada Life’s new single “So Young, So High” and Lucky Date’s remix of Avicii’s “Silhouettes”. Later on in his set Sandro took a more top 40 approach and played many vocal mash ups including Rihanna’s “Diamonds”, Wynter Gordon’s “Dirty Talk”, and Nicki Minaj’s “Starships”. This transition went over perfectly with the younger crowd and had all the fans singing along to there favorite top 40 classics. Finishing off his set Silva played Chuckie’s “Who Is Ready To Jump” and his original “She Wolf (Falling To Pieces)”.
Even though I didn’t want to, I knew it was time to leave when the lights came on and I suddenly realized the club around me was empty. After seeing Sandro Silva for the first time I will make sure to see him next time he comes into town. I would like to thank both Sandro Silva, Opium, and De Lis Group for an amazing night with great people. Loco Lunes was most definitely an Epic night and I suggest anyone in Barcelona to check out this amazing club.
Dannic has been pumping out remixes at a rate that is unheard of in the EDM industry. Under Hardwell’s Revealed Label, This Dutchman knows how to both rock the stage and the studio. This remix of Marco V’s “Second Bite” features catchy male alternative lyrics that build into a drop that features hard hitting bass complimented by high pitched Dutch synths. It’s a new style that we’ve never heard from Dannic and we are only left wanting more. Enjoy!
Now this is a track that reminds of big room classics such as Tujamo’s “Who” and Sandro Silva’s “Epic”, it has that sort of feel that would bounce off of every surface of the venue and completely smack you in the face. This new original mix by Basto, most well known for “I Rave You”, features bouncy synths, tons of reverb, an ambient build up, and strong percussion to keep the beat flowing. As the beat gains energy you hear more electro type synths come into play, but all in all this is a house banger. Enjoy!
Firebeatz are no new comers to the electro scene with there hit singles “Dear, New York” and “Disque”. This new single “Ahw Yeah” follows in the footsteps on there previous anthems with hard hitting dubstep basses and strong electro house percussion to compliment each growl perfectly. Better known for there hard hitting anthems, Firebeatz is a not force to be wrecked with in the EDM community right now. Enjoy!
After hearing so many remixes of Zedd’s “Clarity” I honestly thought there was no room for improvement. Leave it to the pioneer of EDM itself to take charge and make the most energy filled remix available to date. Using his amazing production skills to leave the peaceful vocals of Foxes in tact while adding a vocal chant sing a long for the build up that would make any crowd go insane. When the drop approaches you are instantly hit with big room hard hitting electro synths that will escalate the mood of any party. Enjoy!
Using Negin’s well known vocals from Avicii’s original “Derezzed Remix”, also known as “Three Million”. This uplifting house track is transformed into an energy filled anthem with all the elements the original was missing. Dropping this in the middle of any electro set would make the crowd go wild. The hard hitting synths mixed with flawless vocals make this a house gem.