Corona Light’s Electric Beach Party at Santos Party House is beginning the year the right way, with stellar acts for every single Saturday this month in the new year!
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
Today Pachaholic is showcasing a track for you from one of our favorites the rising talented Producer and DJ Hardwell. The Dutch House master’s new song “Apollo” featuring Amba Shepard on the vocals has been storming the charts. It currently sits number one on the Beatport and for a good reason! The Dutch house master’s new track is an absolute anthem and uses his unique big room chords to create a melody that not only uplifts, but also drives the song into a massive progressive drop. The second breakdown brings in Amba Shepard’s beautiful vocals which will send chills through your body. Expect this track to stay atop the charts for a while with some huge remixes in the works.
Bonus – Apollo feat. Amba Shepard (Visionaire Remix):
Fall or Winter it doesn’t matter what season it is outside because it’s Summer every Saturday with Electric Beach at Santos Party House. Keeping the temperature hot and the bass bumping every week gets bigger and crazier in downtown Manhattan. The Electric Beach CL team base their parties around booking top notch talent and last Saturday was no exception. Recent Billboard chart toppers Sultan + Ned Shepard headlined with support from the sultry DJ Bambi the Corona Light sponsored Electric Beach crew show that they have a knack for picking artists who are on the verge of blowing up. The capacity crowd was full of energy and Bambi got them rocking and ready for Canadian by way of LA duo. Sultan + Ned Shepard’s collaboration with Taryn Manning “Send Me Your Love” hit Number 1 on the Billboard Dance Charts in the week before the show and it was Ned’s birthday giving the two of them a lot of reasons to celebrate. And they did so in style, by playing a fantastic set, giving the beautiful people of Santos exactly what they wanted to here. From the Hard Rock Sofa remix of their track “In the Air” made with fellow Angeleno Morgan Page and trance legend BT to their own “Send me Your Love” mixed into one of my current favorite jams Zedd’s “Fall Into the Sky”. Peppering the rest of their set with huge hits and some more of their own work Sultan and Ned put on a gigantic Saturday that didn’t stop raging until well into Sunday. The crowd that Electric Beach draws to Santos is great every week, gorgeous girls, great dancers, and people that really know their music. The people are here to get down. If you’re spending your money somewhere else you’re legitimately out of your mind. Are you trying to have fun and check out some immensely talented musicians from inches away right before they become household names? Of course you are. I’ll you on Saturday.
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Fresh off the free download release of their track “Organ Donor” and yesterday’s Beatport release of their remix to Paris and Simo’s “Time” Sultan and Ned Shepard are coming to Saturday stalwart Electric Beach NYC at Santos Party House this weekend. They’ve been traveling all over the world the last few months playing in Bangalore, Amsterdam, Delhi, Singapore, London and more. They also been hitting cities all over North America including XS in Vegas, The HQ in Atlantic City and the Avalon Hollywood in their home city of LA. Everywhere they’ve gone they’ve only left happy crowds in their wakes and they’re sure to do the same in New York this weekend. With a body of work featuring huge collaborations like “In the Air” with Morgan Page, support from other DJ’s like R3hab’s remix of “Send Me Your Love” the duo’s song with Taryn Manning to their huge catalog of their own great tracks Sultan + Ned Shepard are sure to rock Electric Beach and Santos like we’re all running out of “time”.
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This Saturday, house music artist(s) LA Riots we be throwing down in SOHO at Santos Party House’s, Electric Beach Party. Santos has been doing it bigger and bigger as time goes on and at this point the people expect nothing less from this SOHO spot. Santos has really made a name for itself in New York City nightlife, through the huge names in house music they continue to bring in every Saturday.
In 2007 Daniel Linton and John O’Brien formed the group formally known as the LA Riots, who brought a type of music that was unheard of, to the table. Their original musical productions were a blend of indie rock music with alternative dance & electro music. Linton and O’Brien chose the name the LA Riots on the 15th anniversary of the 1992 Los Angeles Riots, because they said that their name was supposed to be a reflection of their aggressive and rebellious sound. In 2012 Daniel Linton is the one and only member of the LA Riots. Linton reinvented the sound of the LA Riots to a techno/house mixed with a drum n’ bass sound that he knew his fans would love. Linton has been supported by some of the biggest artists in the game including, artists like Tiesto and Laidback Luke. The LA Riots have been signed by electronic dance music icon, A Trak, and are a part of the Fools Gold Records family.
Santos is going to be the place to be this Saturday, so be sure to get your tickets here. A portion of the proceeds from the Electric Beach Party will be donated to help hurricane sandy recovery efforts in New York City.
The Electric Beach Party is set to pack out again this upcoming Saturday, September 15, as it welcomes rising star, Audien to headline at Santos Party House, Huge Euge will also be in the building accompanying Audien at his debut at this hot SOHO spot. At a mere 20 years hold, this Mystic, Connecticut native is arguably one of the hottest producers in the Electronic Dance Music scene.
Over the past year, Audein has really made a name for himself, releasing tracks like, These Are the Days, Eventide, and of course Unity. This young blood has released productions with labels such as Armada Music, Flashover Recordings, and Anjunabeats – and these tracks have gone on to gain some huge supporters, who have played his tracks on their shows on Sirius Radio, including Tiesto’s Club Life, Corsten’s Countdown, Above & Beyond’s, Trance Around the World, and even Armin Van Buuren’s, A State of Trance.
Audien ft. Ruby Prophet – These Are The Days
Audien – Eventide/Unity
Audien’s talent has landed him at some of the hottest clubs in the country including, Pacha NYC, San Francisco’s, Ruby Skye, Los Angeles’s, Exchange, and even LIV Miami. Its going to be an exciting process to watch the rise of yet another US superstar, and this Saturday you will be able to see the beginning of this process right on Lafayette street.
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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.
Santos Party-House was a zoo this past Saturday as they hosted their, Electric Beach Party with music by none other then DJ L and Mike Bugout. DJ L had the people at Santos’ Party House groovin’ when he took over the decks a little after midnight. He dropped banger after banger, playing tracks such as, AN21 and Max Vangelli’s remix of, The Island mixed with Calvin Harris’s smash, Awooga, as well as Adrian Lux’s, Teenage Crime (Axwell & Henrik B Remode), Gregori Klosman’s, Minibar, and of course Swedish House Mafia’s, Greyhound. He had everyone jumping after dropping Nicky Romero’s, Generation 303 and he had the energy in the room flowin’ as he played as mash up of Nicky Romero and ZROQ’s, WTF and Swedish House Mafia’s, Save the World.
It was no surprise however, that up and coming New York native, Mike Bugout stole the spotlight at the electric beach party. He kept the crowd rocking through the early hours of Sunday morning, and maintained the high energy that DJ L already established with ease. It was lights out once he stepped into the booth, he opened with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s latest collaboration with Yves V, Aftermath, and from there mixed in Tujamo & Plastik Funk’s latest club banger, WHO, before dropping his and Michael York’s latest original work, which goes by the working title of, MCMB. Bugout also played many of his own edits and mash up’s throughout the night including, The Nova Island Promises (Mike Bugout Edit), A Flashback Like This (Mike Bugout v. Mayce Edit), and of course Skitzofrenix & Jeff Doubleu’s, Rushin (Mike Bugout Bootleg), which was featured on Tiesto’s Club Life 254 earlier this year.
Bugout’s choice of tracks covered all aspects of the different house genres from progressive to electro and the latest trap music to ensure that everyone in attendance would have a good time. Playing tracks such as Laidback Luke’s, How We Do as well as Hardwell and Thomas Gold’s latest edit, Million Atoms to Apologize and even played some of Knife Party’s latest tracks such as, Rage Valley, Sleaze, and even their edit of Porter Robinson’s, Unison. Bugout’s flawless transitions between tracks kept the crowd amped until Santos Party House, closed up shop at 4am.
Don’t worry if you weren’t able to catch Mike at Santos’ Party-House, you can catch veteran, you can catch veteran, Mike Bugout in numerous places, in different states over the next few months. Anyone that will be in the New Jersey area can catch Bugout at his now 5-year residency held in Sayreville on route 35 at Deko Lounge on Wednesdays. He will also be performing at Starland Ballroom with Steve Aoki on Thursday, October 25th. If you’re not in the New Jersey area, you can catch Bugout this Wednesday headlining the world famous Webster Hall for the first time. You can find more details about this event and buy tickets here.
As if that wasn’t enough already, Bugout’s skills behind the decks also managed to land him a monthly residency at the Mosaic Nightclub in Baltimore. He will be headlining a special event on a massive outdoor stage on Saturday September 15th and will be spinning there again, not even a week later, on Friday September 21st. He doesn’t plan on stopping there, as he works on more of his original productions and remixes in his spare time, his management team is talking to different venues who all want a piece of Bugout’s talent. For more information about the rising talent of Mike Bugout, you can check him out at:
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.