Friday, October 27 — Wolfgang Gartner and Bloody Beetroots threw it down hard at Congress Theatre in Chicago on Friday. We arrived right as Wolfgang Gartner went on and eventually worked our way to the front for Bloody Beetroots. I held on to the fence to claim my spot right in the front when one of the Beetroots came to the front and held the microphone out for the crowd to scream for the song “Warp.” Needless to say that was my favorite moment. Beetroots raged Congress until around 2:30 a.m. I wasn’t too familiar with Beetroots or Gartner before the show because I generally get more into drum and bass dub electro beats before house. I love all EDM but I was not expecting much from this show. Instead I was completely blown away.
Saturday, October 28 — Kill the Noise, Baauer, Knife Party and Tommy Trash sold out Congress on Saturday night. We got there right as Baauer went on. I had never heard of him prior but a friend said he was dying to see Baauer and I now understand why. I am listening to a Baauer Pandora station right now. It was love at first bass drop. He had a lot of remixed hip hop songs and heavy bass beats that got the girls in the audience twerkin. There were too many couples that I had to push out of the way as they practically got it on in front of me. Regardless Baauer had the crowd raging hard. Then was Kill the Noise but unfortunately bathroom breaks, beer runs and moving upstairs looking for people distracted my group. Finally we made our way to the front row of the balcony and Knife Party came on. The crowd went wild as they remixed a few Swedish House Mafia tracks. They also remixed Bangarang into Kyoto by Skrillex which was one of my favorite moments. Internet Friends by Knife Party was still the best though. Then Knife Party cut their set off and all of the sudden Tommy Trash came out. The audience was a little confused by still ready to rage. I liked Tommy Trash and continued to rage hard but the crowd began to clear out slowly because I think Tommy Trash was a little too house for the audience filled with a lot of random kids who heard that Knife Party was a cool dubstep DJ.
Friday was my first show I got to take my new rave shades to and it was awesome. I love going up to random kids and putting the shades on them. The amazed and complete WOW reactions are hilarious. On Saturday I dressed up as a zombie raver and it was probably my best halloween costume yet. Overall my weekend was pretty awesome and I can’t decide which show was better. Beetroots vs. Knife Party. Both were equally breathtaking.
Here’s the latest Dj that I’ve discovered on Twitter in the last week, Dj Leandro.
As always, if you would like for me to give you a shout-out on Twitter (and include you on a blog-post), hit me up on Twitter or send me an email, I’m focusing primarily on house, EDM and Progressive. Also, don’t get discouraged if I don’t mention you. I’m trying to squeeze this into a busy schedule and I probably won’t be able to get to everyone.
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DJ Y PRODUCTOR MEXICANO QUE COMIENZA EL MANEJO PROFESIONAL DE LA MUSICA EN EL ANO 2000, INCLINADO A LOS BEATS ELECTRONICOS LOGRA ABRIRSE CAMINO Y UN RECONOCIMIENTO EN EL MEDIO UNDERGROUND EN LA CIUDAD DE MEXICO DONDE ACTUALMENTE RESIDE….
EN 2013 PARTICIPA EN UNO DE LOS FESTIVALES MUSICALES MAS GRANDES DE LA CIUDAD DE GUADALAJARA ,JAL, ‘212RMX’, AHI LOGRA EL TITULO DE EMBAJADOR Y REPRESENTANTE COMO DJ ELECTRONICO PARA LA ONG, ”MAS MUSICA MENOS BALAS”QUE A SU VEZ LO LLEVA A TOCAR ,EN RECONOCIDOS CLUBS DE LA CUIDAD..
EN ESTE ANO TAMBIEN SE CONVIERTE EN DJ OFICIAL DE LA REVISTA OUTDOORS LIFESTYLE..
EN 2014 VIAJA A ESPANA, IBIZA!!!, AHI TIENE LA OPORTUNIDAD DE RECORRER LA ISLA Y UNA PARTICIPACION EN LA CABINA DE ”TOP 21,IBIZA” DONDE COMPARTE CABINA CON EL SENOR STEPHAN S Y TAMBIEN , LLEGA A UN MUY RECONOCIDO CLUB DE PLAYA LLAMADO ”BORA BORA” DONDE CONOCE A GRANDES DJS COMO EL SENOR HEATH HOLME REDIDENTE DEL ANTES MENCIONADO Y EL SENOR RAFA ARIZA, RESIDENTE DE ”CAFE OLE”…
A FINALES DE ESTE ANO TAMBIEN ,INCURSIONA EN EL ESTUDIO Y CREACION DE MUSICA HOUSE Y TECH HOUSE, CONVIRTIENDOSE EN DJ AND PRODUCER Y CON PRONTAS PUBLICACIONES EN ESTE 2015…
Have a wonderful day guys
Yesterday was a very special day for BBC Radio 1 listeners as Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Steve Angello, together known as the Swedish House Mafia sat in for the second time to host the legendary Pete Tong‘s two hour radio show. The SHM broadcasted from Steve’s studio in Los Angeles and were joined by a very special guest none other than Joel Zimmerman aka deadmau5! To kick off the show the Mafia debut their brand new track “Greayhound” that immediately got me out of my seat. The two hour long show was jam packed with the best that dance music has to offer at the moment. Deadmau5 dropped a mini-mix consisting of some new material and also showed love to an up and coming group that I am very excited about because one member walked the halls of my high school back in Manhattan Beach CA! The group I speak of is No Body and their new collab with Deth Hertz “Ready 2 Fly” was first given love from the mau5 back in January when he dropped it at his birthday party in Vegas. Enough from me as I will now send it over to Ax, Seb and Steve! (My apologies if the dL doesn’t work, I will try and keep looking for new ones but they are pretty good about keeping this one off limits).
Swedish House Mafia BBC Radio 1 Takeover http://w.soundcloud.com/player?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F36985102
Swedish House Mafia – Greyhound
Photo Credit: Anh Nguyen.
WOW! I seriously cannot explain how far my expectations were exceeded by the insane performance Axwell dropped on the sold out Hollywood Palladium last Saturday night. Insomniac seriously went all-in with the full experience for this insane party as it was truly unforgettable! Ideal LED screen setup, smoke cannons, epic light show, mass amounts of streamers and confetti, and yes, LASERS!! His track selection had to be the best I have ever experienced and featured most of my favorite anthems at the moment. I’m having serious trouble thinking about a better overall performance that I have witnessed. If you were not at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles this past Saturday night, you blew it big time. Lucky for you there is a treat waiting below!
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Photo Credit: Anh Nguyen
For those of you who missed out, someone captured the entire set and has posted it on youtube in very good quality. If you wish to not watch the entire set, the first video posted is a 25 minute recap that sums up the entire spectacle in one video. I am still speechless over this one hell of a Techy Party, and cannot wait for the next one! Until then… rage on PARTY PEOPLE!!
The first video is not as good quality but not terrible. Part 2-10 is very good quality and thanks to nartnoside for the youtube uploads!
Gustavo Sagaz, has not put out much music, but the remixes and original productions we have heard from this people thus far have been phenomenal. On thelatest remix, we said it was a masterpiece. Starting off minimally, the re-work builds until around the 1 minute mark when it falls into a subtle epicness before returning to a stripped-down tone. After another drop, the last 30 seconds of the song ride the listener out in a smooth, percussion-assisted groove.
As I finished this post, I realized that all the songs including this one mysteriously disappeared from the SoundCloud page. Thanks to our readers powers, though, you can still vibe out to this one above.