Archive for January, 2012

Vital Radio 162 – Hour 1: Aren DeJong

| January 17th, 2012 | No Comments »

This Canadian house & progressive talent is among the top rising producer/DJ/engineer combos in the past decade. Current and forthcoming releases on several international labels in just the past few months are keeping him busy both in and out of the studio.

Experience in the city’s better-known venues have led the path for him to know how the next best music should be delivered. “Nothing short of power and quality” is one of the many ways to describe his work in DJ booths, and studios alike.
 
 

Tracklist:
1. Giano – Jazzy Disposition (Original Mix)
2. Amadeo – Beach Hotel (Original Mix)
3. Ivan Pica – Freak (Vocal Disco Mix)
4. Soul De Marin – It’s Alright (Original Mix)
5. Joey Negro & Z Factor – Keep on Jumpin (Luigi Rocca Remix)
6. Mario Ochoa – The Rooster (Original Mix)
7. Valero – Wavin Street (Original Mix)
8. Jaydee – Plastic Dreams (DJ Falk Remix)
9. Mamas Choice – The Beat Goes (Original Mix)
10. Crazibiza – Eastchester (Crazy Mix)

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Vital Radio 162 – Hour 2: Itimar Sagi

| January 17th, 2012 | No Comments »

Grown in the political, and clubbing, hot spot of Tel Aviv, Itamar Sagi has been entertaining dancefloors for the past 15 years and his dj career include a 7-year residency at the legendary “Haoman 17”, a club which was elected as one of the best worldwide.

It’s 2007 when, after a series of successful first releases on his home label Be As One, “Cancun / Dreams Theaters” and “Sparta / Weird BAO”, the latter co-written with fellow label mate Gel Abril, Itamar’s name got worldwide attention with “Blonda”, co-produced with his friend and contemporary Techno star Shlomi Aber. The success of these releases propelled Itamar into the global scene and expectations grown strong around his name.

Itamar quickly surpassed those expectations in 2008. First with “Black Gold”, a sublime combination of classic Detroit techno and Chicago house, tech funk and killer stabs, that was announced as one of the 10 best track of WMC08 by DJ Mag. Then, later that same year, Itamar cemented his reputation releasing two Techno monsters: “Later On” on Samuel L Session’s KlapKlap, and “One Million Oaks” on Soma, which was one of Itamar and Soma’s biggest hits and recently selected by the label to be remixed for its 20 Years Anniversary celebration project.

Tracklist:
1. Itamar Sagi – Dustin’g
2. Malek – Invaluable (MINT Remix)
3. Itamar Sagi – Changing Colors
4. Ducky – Little Helper 25.6
5. Itamar Sagi – Wrap
6. Agent – Voodoo Chant
7. Romanthony – Bring U Up (Deetron Edit)
8. Gel Abril & Andrea Oliva – Scene
9. Rozzo – Meta003.2
10. Sable Sheep – Painting My Fur
11. 2Vilas – All Right
12. Shlomi Aber – In Dancetrippin
13. Steve Rachmad – Boogie Moogie
14. Steve Parker – Escuro

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Vital Radio 161 – Hour 1: Dj Endgame

| January 14th, 2012 | No Comments »

Endgame is the host of Vital Radio, a weekly program that features the best electronic musicians from all across the world.  Featuring brilliant exclusive mixes and engaging one-on-one interviews from the world’s top jocks, Vital Radio connects music lovers with the tunes they crave.

Beyond his Radio Hosting, Endgame spins a unique blend of funky, tech and vocal house,  bringing high energy and passion to every one of his performances.

Tonight’s Vital Radio Resident Mix leans on the techier side of funky house.

Tracklist:
01. John De Mark & Roland P – Saxo Stuff (Dany Cohiba Mix)
02. Vaggio – Don’t You Want Some More (Original Mix)
03. Jesse Voorn, Tom Piper – Pop (Midnite Sleaze Remix)
04. Do Santos – Noti Verisi (Original Mix)
05. Jay Lumen – Night Glasses (Original Mix)
06. Jay Lumen – As One (Original Mix)
07. Manna-Croup – Solid Ground (Original Mix)
08. ATFC & David Penn – La Verdad (Sentimiento) (Madrid Mix)
09. Crazibiza & Kevin Prise – Reach Out (Club Mix)
12. Lookback – Sudo (Original Mix)

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Vital Radio 161 – Hour 2: Amo & Navas

| January 14th, 2012 | No Comments »

David Amo and Julio Navas are one of the most well known DJ/producer teams, within the Electronic Music genre. As owners and head managers of successful label Fresco Records, they have also pulled through big projects with artists such as John Acquaviva and D-Nox & Beckers, as well as remixes for David Guetta, Tocadisco, Robbie Rivera, Trentemoller,  Lissat & Voltaxx, Jesus Luz & Fragma, Tomcraft, Marco V and many, many more.

Amo + Navas’ uncountable sets have been throughout the world’s main clubs and festivals, including Creamfields, Rock in Rio (Madrid), Sunrise Festival (Poland), Moots Fest (Mexico), Fineplay (Japan) and Kaballah (Brasil). The duo have also been headhunted by the most important clubs on the white island: Amnesia Ibiza, Space Ibiza and Privilege, proving their skills, as always, to the most demanding audiences. During 2010 Ibiza season they performed on three exlusive dates in one of the emblematic parties on the island People from Ibiza.

Tracklist:
01. Tom Novy, Strobe & Danny Freakazoid – Underground People (D-Nox & Beckers Remix)
02. Luigi Rocca & DJ Lion – Krakra Hurricane
03. Jay Lumen & Sinisa Tamamovic – Double Tap
04. John Acquaviva, David Amo, Julio Navas – Floripa
05. Lets Get Dynamic (Aaizu Yazoo Rework)
06. Juan Ddd – Techno Shark
07. Mario Ochoa – The Rooster
08. D-Unity – Subterraneo (DJ Tonio Remix)
09. DJ Wady – Uganda (DJ Smilk Remix)
10. DJ PP – Rub Rub
11. Norman Doray – Kalifornia (David Tort Remix)

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Avicii Plans to Donate $1 Million from his “House for Hunger” Tour.

| January 10th, 2012 | No Comments »

AVICII & MANGER ASH POURNOURI TO DONATE $1 MILLION IN FEES FROM THE TOUR TO FEEDING AMERCA® TO HELP FIGHT HUNGER

December 21, 2011 — New York, NY — Rising Swedish DJ, remixer, and producer Avicii and At Night Management announced today the official dates for their one million dollar House For Hunger January 2012 Tour.  The tour which boasts 26 high-performance shows packed into 27 days is set to kick-off on Thursday, January 5th in Detroit, Michigan and will make stop in cities throughout the U.S. where fans have yet to see Avicii perform.

On the heels of a Best Dance Recording Grammy nomination for the co-produced David Guetta track “Sunshine,” U.S. fans will get to hear for the first time live Avicii’s newly released single “Levels” which has been declared the “Tune of 2011″ by David Guetta in DJ Mag.

Avicii and his manager and executive producer Arash “Ash” Pournouri have also announced a commitment to donate $1 million dollars in gig fees personally received from the tour to Feeding America, the nation’s largest hunger-relief organization comprised of more than 200 member food banks across the country.   The donation will help provide approximately 8 million meals to those in need through Feeding America.

Additionally, during the House For Hunger Tour, Avicii, Ash and local promoters hope to raise awareness about the reality of hunger issues faced today by many working Americans and engage the next generation of leaders to join in the fight against hunger.

“Hunger hits everywhere and the US is not immune to it,” said Avicii upon announcing the House For Hunger Tour. “For me personally when I found out how widespread the hunger problem in the United States actually was it blew my mind. I never would have imagined that 1 in 6 people in America struggle with hunger or that 1 in 4 children routinely do not get enough to eat. “It feels right to kick off this movement of giving back in the US, seeing how many amazing experiences and opportunities America has given me over the past two years, as well as the support I’ve gotten from my fans here,” he added.

Avicii’s manager Ash Pournouri continued, “This is the first time in electronic music history that someone is stepping up in such a massive way to engage fans in a movement to give back in their communities.” “I felt it was time to turn a corner and tear down the negative stereotypes of drugs and reckless partying often associated with the house/trance/dance music scene as it’s a far cry from what the reality of electronic music is today. So Avicii and I are putting our money where our mouth is and taking the first step to give back to the country and the fans that have helped shape our careers,” he concluded.

Source:Get-IN

Vital Radio 160 – NYE 2011 Special – Hr2: Aren DeJong & Mahan M2J Javadi

| January 6th, 2012 | No Comments »

Aren DeJong and Mahan M2J Javadi are both known for their track-discovering prowess.  The two have also collaborated in the studio to put together bootlegs like their Phoenix – 1901 (Mahan Javadi vs Signal Six Remix).  These two Vital Radio resident DJs break down some of their faviourite tunes of 2011.

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Aren DeJong Tracklist:
1. Monkey Boie Rascal – Everybody (Original Mix)
2. Granite Phunk – Make Me Feel (Tony Azadon Remix)
3. Starkillers – Cantina (Original Mix)
4. Spencer Hill & Bastian Van Shield – Cantina (Ahmet Sendil Remix)
5. The Cube Guys – La Banda (Original Mix)
6. Dberrie – Rising Sun (Original Mix)
7. Phoenix – 1901 (Signal Six & Mahan Javadi Remix)

Mahan M2J Javadi Tracklist:
1. Mord Fustang – The Electric Dream (Fussy Boy Remix)
2. Tommy Trash – The End (Original Mix)
3. Mr. V, Fedde Le Grand – Back & Forth (Fedde Future Funk Remix)
4. Afrojack, Steve Aoki – No Beef (Instrumental Mix)
5. Zedd – Shave It (Original Mix)
6. Lazy Rich – Better Wipe That Up (Chrizz Luvly Remix)
7. Bassjackers – Mush, Mush (Original Mix)
8. Nero – Crush On You (KillSonik Remix)
9. Whiskey Pete, Figure – Cut Throat (Original Mix)
10. Rusko – Everyday (Netsky Remix)

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Vital Radio 160 – NYE 2011 Special – Hr1: David Akermanis & Dj Endgame

| January 6th, 2012 | 1 Comment »

In 2011 David Akermanis teamed up with Dj Endgame to form the duo: Speedboats and Big Explosions. Their first single ‘Hazel Eyes‘, laced with the vocals of Marcie, was picked up by System Recordings in New York.  They followed up with 4 tracks appearing on ‘We Are The Champions EP‘ released by Muzik Xpress, and the duo has been keeping busy both in the studio and on the decks.

David Akermanis and Dj Endgame each take on 30 minutes to break down their favourite tunes of 2011.

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David Akermanis Tracklist:
01. Sin Morera – Heartbeat feat. Bianca (The Cube Guys Remix)
02. Marc Van Linden, Amanda Wilson – Gotta Let You Go (Extended Mix)
03. Astroshift, Krista Richards – Tonight (Stonebridge Mix)
04. Sebastian Krieg, Andrew Bennett – Azure feat. Andrew Bennett (Original Mix)
05. Zedd – Stars Come Out (Original Mix)
06. Sophie Ellis-Bextor – Starlight (The Cube Guys Remix)
07. Matt Aubrey, Holevar, Matt Kysia – Addicted (SB SG Mixdown)

Dj Endgame Tracklist:
01. Modern Amusement – Cold As Ice (Louie Fresco Remix) vs Chris Lake – Secrets In The Dark (Speedboats & Big Explosions Mashup)
02. Josha and Paul Misano feat Polina Griffith – 180 Degrees (Original Mix)
03. Joey Negro, Z Factor, Luigi Rocca  – Keep On Jumpin (Luigi Rocca Remix)
04. Ralph Good feat Polina Griffith – SOS (Richard Dinsdale Tanzanite Remix)
05. Crazibiza & Kevin Prise – Reach Out (Club Mix)
06. Michael Calfan – Resurrection (Axwell’s Recut Club Version) vs Nadia Ali, Starkillers & Alex Kenji – Pressure (Dj Endgame Mashup)
07. DJ Chus -  A Night Summer Dream (Daniele Petronelli Remix)
08. Mark Knight vs Florence And The Machine – You’ve Got The Love (Mark Knight Remix)
09. Chris Lake – Sundown (Original Mix) vs Michael Jackson – Why You Wanna Trip on Me (Dj Endgame Mashup)

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Vital Radio 159 – Hour 1: Mahan M2J Javadi

| January 6th, 2012 | No Comments »

M2J (Mahan Javadi) always brings something new to the table. Holding no musical boundaries, M2J spins a wide range of Electronic Music ranging from Downtempo to House to Breaks and more.

The intent is to always keep crowds guessing and excited. Flowing from style to style, his DJ sets revolves around music, rather than specific genres. Listeners experience and discover something new each time.

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1. Cassius – The Sound Of Violence (Cassius Reggae Rock Dub)
2. Surkin – Ultra Light (Original Mix)
3. Nom De Strip – More Sauce (Original Mix)
4. ZZT – ZZafrika (Light Year & The Finger Prince Remix)
5. Mason feat. Roisin Murphy – Boadicea (Evil Nine Remix)
6. Dilemn – Like This (Fukkk Offf Remix)
7. Kaskade, Skrillex – Lick It (Original Mix)
8. Mord Fustang – The Electric Dream (Fussy Boy Remix)
9. Asian Trash Boy – Jericho (Original Mix)
10. The M Machine – Promise Me A Rose Garden (Original Mix)
11. Hack The System – Is Just A Word (Original Mix)
12. Dubsidia – Kill Humans (Dirtyloud Remix)
13. Excision – Ohhh Nooo (Original Mix)

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Vital Radio 159 – Hour 2: Simon from Deep Divas

| January 6th, 2012 | No Comments »

Simon started since he was 8 with the well known Technics 1200 system and , even if not recognizing how this was a damage to his dad’s tools, when he was 12 he started mixing dance rhythms at the console of Paradise by Marinella in Sarzana helped by the local dj. He very soon arrives in Versilia and at the age of 15 he starts working at the disco Kupido – Midho’ in Forte dei Marmi.

Soon after he works at Alhambra disco in Sarzana, proclaimed by all teenagers of the area and interesting many professional djs in his activity. The roots and music preferences of Simon are in the 80s and 90s sounds and rhythms, in time they improve towards the House music, which is his favourite music genre. Simon Bontempi was born in Massa on 29th October 1984, he is the son of Checco Bontempi, one of the most famous DJ and producers in the world, who produced hits such as The Rhythm Of The Night by Corona, which in 1994 reached the hit parades of the whole world.

1. DJ Falaska – Nobody (Cattaneo Gardini Remix)
2. Florence And The Machine – You’ve Got The Love (Mark Knight Remix)
3. Stefano Noferini – Fucking House Musik (Original Club Mix)
4. Olav Basoski & DJ Erick E – Don’t Turn Your Back (Stefano Noferini Remix)
5. Avicii – Levels (Bootleg)
6. Dustin Robbins – Marillion (Robbie Rivera & David Jones Mix)
7. Emanuele Chiesa – Stay (Simon From Deep Divas R.m.x)
8. Erick Morillo Feat. Shawnee Taylor – Stronger(Chuckie And G.Klosman Remix)
9. The Plumbers -  I don’t want you back (Simon from deep divas remix)
10. Joey Negro, Z Factor – Keep On Jumpin’ (Luigi Rocca Remix)
11. Fedde le Grand – Metrum (Manuel de la Mare Remix)

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Vital Radio 158 – Hour 1: Mahan M2J Javadi

| January 5th, 2012 | No Comments »

Mahan M2J Javadi on Vital RadioM2J (Mahan Javadi) always brings something new to the table. Holding no musical boundaries, M2J spins a wide range of Electronic Music ranging from Downtempo to House to Breaks and more.

The intent is to always keep crowds guessing and excited. Flowing from style to style, his DJ sets revolves around music, rather than specific genres. Listeners experience and discover something new each time.

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1. Anton Lanski – My Tribe (Original Mix)
2. Above & Beyond – You Got To Go (Modulor Remix)
3. Mason – Le Big Bob (Luke Walker Remix)
4. Pleasurekraft – The Main Ingredient (Original Mix)
5. Stuffa ft. David A Tobin – Proof (Original Version)
6. Do Santos – Noti Verisi (Original Mix)
7. Mr. V, Fedde Le Grand – Back & Forth (Fedde Future Funk Remix)
8. Duck Sauce – Big Bad Wolf (Original Mix)
9. Afrojack – Polkadots 2010 (Oliver Twitz Remix)
10. Laidback Luke, A-Trak – Shake It Down (Original Mix)
11. Umek, Beltek – Let The Bass Kick (Original Club Mix)

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