When we first heard this in David Guetta‘s Mix a few weeks back we we’re pumped. Tommy Trash, who is known for his progressive anthems, does not disappoint with this one. He takes his signature progressive melodies and infuses them with a unique electro twist and a taste of french house. “Truffle Pig” has already stormed the charts and continues to get massives play. It is out now on Fool’s Gold Records.
Steve Angello‘s Size Records has acquired a new Swedish duo that hails from Stockholm and go by Wayne & Woods. Since now is the time of giving and everyone is feeling the holiday spirit, the two have decided to give away their Size Records debut for Free. We are going to say this right from the beginning, if every one of their singles compares remotely to “Pyramid” these two will have a solid future and career in the EDM community. Their new track contains strong percussion and sounds that have the capability to blow away any dance floor across the globe. Don’t sleep and miss out on this track because you will regret it, grab you copy now!
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):
Fareoh is one of the biggest up and coming Dj/Producers in the game right now. Starting as a producer for electro house he decided to make his way to the melodies of progressive house music. The 20-year-old New York producer has become a regular for the biggest clubs in New York and has made his way to go around the world from Los Angeles to Ibiza and more. He has opened for some of the best in the game such as Avicii, David Guetta, Sebastian Ingrosso and Calvin Harris as well as going on tour with Kaskade and Dirty South. When I saw he was returning to Santos Party House I knew it was something that I had to attend and see how talented this young DJ is for myself.
Pulling up to Santos around 12:30 I already knew it was going to be a wild night because the line to get in was long and only getting longer. Lucky for us we did not have to wait long to get in and made our way right inside. When we got inside Santos was already going hard, The opening DJ, Clank was setting the crowd off the right way with big tracks such as Truffle Pig by Tommy Trash and one of my personal favorites Everyday by Eric Prydz. At around 1:45 I walked in after being outside to the sounds of Fareoh taking charge on the decks. LA Riots and GTA remix to Nero’s Crush On You was setting the place off with a bang. That went right into a wild mashup of Gregori Klosman’s Minibar with Knife Party’s Internet Friends, which could set any venue or even festival off. Fareoh was starting off harder then ever and it was only going to get crazier dropping tracks like Who by Tujamo and Plastik Funk, and Tommy Trash remix to The Veldt with Porter Robinsons Language At this point Santos was off the hook raging to the sounds of Fareoh and it still wasn’t enough. Towards the end Fareoh dropped the smash new hit by TJR Ode To Oi, Showteks Cannonball and none other then Firebeatz Dear New York. He also did drop his own remix to David Guettas Just One Last Time. This night could not have gone any better, for my first time seeing Fareoh he killed it and showed the talent that he really has. For as young as he is that only means he is going to go a long way. If you have not gotten the chance to see him live I suggest you do, he can rock a set easily and set off a venue and has the energy on the decks to go with it.
Preview – Perfect Crime (Fareoh Remix) – Joan Reyes & Amba Sheperd
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):
This Friday, November 23, New York City will take a glimpse into the future of electronic dance music when hometown heroes, Live City, take over the decks at Lilium. Live City, who’s newest single No More Funk received praise from At Night Management, produces a style of electronic music that perfectly blends electro, and progressive house. Although, they aren’t just great producers, they’re also very talented DJs. The combination of their flawless transitions, ability to read a crowd and impeccable song selection helps ensure that every party they DJ is will be one to remember. That they’re producing bangers like Justified, their next single with an undecided release date, doesn’t hurt either.
So if your looking to shed the extra pounds put on during Thanksgiving, be sure to check out Lilium this Friday night; it’s going to be an all-night dance-party. Doors open at 11pm, and New York’s DJ Clack will be opening the night. So with no cover, there’s no reason to not be there all night.
Thanks to Skullcandy (Identity Festivals most prominent supporter) tomorrow Wednesday July 13th at 9am sharp every single city will provide tickets for $20. This exclusive offer will only last for 20 hours from the time it began, all fees are included so don’t miss out on this chance and this great deal! Visit www.idfestival.com to grab your tickets and to look at ridiculous line -up. Click here for the ticket master page, and keep checking Pachaholic for more updates and info!
Its really easy to compare Hardwell to a pebble falling down a snowy mountain side, coming out with bangin’ originals to even harder remixes, Hardwell has collected a lot of snow in that past year if you catch my drift. ”The World” has been anticipated as one of Hardwell’s masterpieces this year under Revealed Recordings and there is no doubt that it will reach a high level of success. This track was released today, Enjoy!