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)
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.
With festival season ready to kick off this week, you’d expect that things couldn’t get any hotter down under. In actual fact, the heat just got turned right up with the announcement of the grand opening of the world’s biggest super-club, Pacha in Sydney. The legendary Ibiza club is making its way to Australia and what a way to celebrate, hosting the official after-party for Stereosonic Sydney.
Pacha is set to take over the iconic Ivy facility every Saturday night this summer, featuring four levels of partying, 10 bars and 14 VIP areas. Pacha Sydney have promised via social media outlets that they will feature a “mad burlesque of circus, dance and sensory overload”, something Sydney or Australia for that matter has never experienced.
To accompany such a grand night, it is only fitting to reveal the best of the best acts for opening night. Headlining the grand opening will be the world-renown Laidback Luke as well as Martin Solveig. Also accompany them on the night will include the likes of Matt Caseli (Pacha Ibiza), Mo Funk (Pacha Ibiza), Nina Las Vegas and more.
Also just announced is Tommy Trash, headlining the second week of Pacha Sydney. Having spent a year overseas, the fellow countryman is set to make his Aussie return this week during the Stereosonic tour followed by his headline show at Pacha Sydney.
Pacha gets underway with the official launch party this Saturday, November 24th. Tickets for Laidback Luke/Martin Solveig are offcially sold out. To purchase tickets to see Tommy Trash, visit the Pacha Sydney website.
For now here is a little teaser of what is to be expected.
I arrived as Style of Eye was dropping a huge sound electro set on the crowd getting the energy going strong early. His impressive mixing and hard sound selection had everyone at his beck and call as he dropped current dancefloor demolisher “Who” by Tejamo and Plastik Funk. Mixing out from that into some giant sounding drums and literally commanding vocals with the horn piece of “Who” Style built the audience back up into a full drop of “Who” sending them into a frenzy. With long builds and quality DJing, Style of Eye earned a few new fans and got the place pumped up for OWSLA artist Kill the Noise.
Jake Stanczak, or KTN has been on the scene for a couple years now really getting some notice with his big remixes like “Must be the Feeling” and his OWSLA signing. His labelmates are well known for putting on great shows and Noise did not disappoint starting his set off with Flux Pavilion’s relentless “Bass Cannon”. KTN kept the vibe dark and dirty mixing a little heavy metal before bursting into the famous “Breakin’ A Sweat” by Skrillex and The Doors. Selecting tracks like “Original Don” and “Atom”, “The Devil’s Den” and “Kick Out The Epic Motherfucker”, the New York native had his throng of admirers going bananas. He ended his set with a list of crazy songs starting with his track with Skrillex and 12th Planet “Burst” and playing into “Golddust” the Flux Pavilion remix, to “Earthquakey People” by Alvin Risk to “Jump” Dillon Francis then into the newly released Flux and Major Lazer banger “Jah No Partial”. A fast and furious ending that mixed funky moombahton with fast paced electro and dubstep to create an incredibly memorable set.
Knife Party took the stage to huge noise from their raucous mass of fans ready for their headliners. Starting with some big sounding tracks with grimy feel they played Jordy Dazz and Dannic’s “Fuego” before spinning into the dub remix of their amazing “Antidote”. Playin lesser known versions of songs like “Save the World”, “We Are Your Friends” and “Internet Friends” Gareth and Rob gave the dancing mass of people songs they knew but kept the sound fresh. Not ones to let their DJ’ing skills get rusty the duo set the floor on fire with their inventive mixing of songs like “Make it Bun Dem” into a drumstep version of Prodigy’s “Smack My Bitch Up”. Cutting back and forth between songs of theirs like “Centipede” and their remix of Porter Robinson’s “Unison” they really lit the crowd up with their track “Bonfire” off of the “Rage Valley” EP. Knife Party took the dirty dubstep sound Kill The Noise has established during his set and stripped it down offering a very drum n’ bass influenced aesthetic to the people instead. Rob has been known for a few drumstep remixes here and there and his and Gareth’s enjoyment of that sound permeated their whole performance. Their legions of revelers responded to the brilliant musical selection but their real love was for Gareth and Rob who once again rocked the party and delivered the goods like few others can.
Stepping up the decks at 3am fellow Aussie Tommy Trash was determined to make sure anyone who left before his set was done would regret it. A producer of anthemic party tracks the Trashman opened with Eric Prydz’s “Personal Jesus” and followed with some tracks that kept the dirty drum vibe while injecting his own electro flavor back into the night. For a minute Tommy stopped things and spoke to the crowd, and from that silence played his remix of Deadmau5’s “The Veldt” which for my money is probably one of the best songs to go from silence to pounding sound quickly in the business. Trash knows what work in his sets and plays a piece he’s done before at shows that just works playing his “Monkey See Monkey Do” into a mix of Florence + The Machine’s “You’ve Got the Love” and his track “The End”. He retained a huge portion of the audience and his music kept everyone going as he let loose a huge mix of “We Are Your Friends” transitioning into his collaboration with Sebastian Ingrosso, “Reload”. From there the set got harder but Tommy kept mixing in little progressive elements culminating with his phenomenal remix of Steve Aoki’s “Ladi Dadi” driving the last of Friday’s partiers into a frenzy and capping the night off perfectly. Aside from long waits at the bar and of course, $6 waters, the night was run well, there didn’t seem to be any incidents and all the performers knocked it out of the park. Can’t ask for much more from your Halloweekend.