Apr 28, 2010

Dada Life: Cookies With A Smile

There seems to be no stopping Dada Life!

After they wanted to get bleeped (Satisfaction), they are now serving you cookies... with a smile!

This is big, this is huge, this is mega! This release package includes remixes by Francesco Diaz & Young Rebelz and Avicii!

I Hope You Enjoy!

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Dada Life - Cookies With A Smile

Dada Life - Cookies With A Smile (Avicii Remix)


Apr 27, 2010

Moonchild: Girl

This has been a very long awaited post, but I've finally gotten around to gathering all the stuff together to put it out there for the IHYETS Fans!

It is my pleasure to publish to you, a swell DJ acquaintance of mine, MOONCHILD.

A quick Bio from his Myspace, that I think you should all read:

Antoine 'Moonchild' began his musical journey at a very young age, in a magical place called the 1980’s - but he pinpoints his first electric guitar in 2000 as the moment when it all started to crystallise. Jamming in his room, learning to play his punk/hardcore favourites and dreaming of a time when he could melt faces like the pros filled this kid with a burning desire to chase international superstardom that was his true calling. People always say rockstars make the best DJs - and this guy is no exception to the rule.

Leaving his home of Fantasia, he crossed New Caledonia, France, Dubai and Egypt on foot before arriving in Australia, where he made a beeline for the beatmakers, befriending DJ’s and producers and completing an audio engineering degree. It was mere months after his hands first hit the decks that he was playing in clubs, supporting the likes of Steve Aoki, Boys Noize, Wolfgang Gartner and Jack Beats, to name but a few, under his ridiculous electro alter ego "Dorkatronique."

Now, reborn as Moonchild, Antoine can be found in Sydney’s best parties pumping out his own blend of nu-disco, filtered french house and deliciously danceable club bangers. With quality original productions about to be released, remix requests flooding in, and a DJ show packed with more win than a fusion powered mecha ninja with an arm canon that fires T-Rexes, it’s no wonder Moonchild is blowing up like a software programmers girlfriend!!

For the Sydney fans, be sure to catch Moonchild at his EP launch, on the 8th May!

> Transit Bar (Free Entry!!)

> With support from Offtapia, Deckhead, and many more!

Here is the Facebook invite:

Moonchild - EP Launch

Anyway! I Hope You Enjoy!

Moonchild - Girl


Louis La Roche - Prick Stick (Moonchild Remix)

Michael Jackson - Say Say Say (Moonchild Bootleg)


Moonchild - Myspace

Vamp Music - Myspace


Apr 24, 2010

Apr 23, 2010

EDX: Hoover

Productive and successful for more than a decade, Italian native artist, producer, DJ and multi-talent EDX first hit peoples radars in 1994 with various mix tapes that within weeks had circulated around the globe. With his new found fame EDX quickly climbed up the ladder of recognition with labels and producers asking him to sprinkle his remix magic touch onto their releases.

EDX's remix CV is impressive to say the least with remixes on the likes of Deadmau5, Mary J Blige, Bob Sinclar, Axwell, Armand van Helden, Steve Angello, Roger Sanchez, Laidback Luke, Armin van Buuren, Kool & The Gang, Kaskade, Funkagenda, Lauryn Hill, to name but a few.

2009 saw his remixes consistantly feature in the various charts such as the DMC Buzz, Cool Cuts and Beatport charts which culminated in him featuring the TOP 3 for Beatport’s Best Progressive House Artist of 2009 alongside Deadmau5 and Eric Prydz.

EDX’s crazy DJ schedule has taken him around the World and back again playing to crowds in excess of 60,000 where you would hear his remixes/productions also being played by the likes of of David Guetta, Armand Van Helden, Erick Morillo, Armin van Buuren, Swedish House Mafia, Roger, Sanchez, Axwell, Deep Dish, Michael Gray, Alex Gaudino, Tiesto Etc..

With his star already shining The EDX success story looks set to soar in 2010 with productions/remixes coming out on various labels.

Is it any wonder dance music bible Mixmag hailed him as a “GENIUS”?

His brand new release out on Pinkstar Recordings.. I Hope You Enjoy EDX!

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EDX - Hoover

EDX - Hoover (Adam K Remix)


EDX - Myspace

Tommie Sunshine ft. Oh Snap!!: 5 A.M. (A Girl Like You)

Tastemaker to tastemakers and musical-icon, Tommie Sunshine is renowned for his reputation of being consistently ahead of the curve.

Set apart by his iconoclastic productions, he is regarded as one the today’s most prolific remixers with over 120 commissioned remixes to date, and his original production career spans collaborations with such artists as Felix da Housecat, Peaches, James Murphy, and many more.

Whether as a DJ, Remix Artist or Producer, Tommie brings a unique enthusiasm to his craft; one that is fueled by his encyclopedic (if not obsessive) knowledge of underground and pop music spanning the last half-century.

His new release has pulled some of the biggest names for an absolute stellar remix lineup!


I Hope You Enjoy!

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Tommie Sunshine feat. Oh Snap! - 5 A.M. (A Girl Like You) (Angger Dimas Remix)

Tommie Sunshine feat. Oh Snap! - 5 A.M. (A Girl Like You) (Bart B More Remix)

Tommie Sunshine feat. Oh Snap! - 5 A.M. (A Girl Like You) (Mightyfools Remix)


Tommie Sunshine

Tommie Sunshine - Myspace


Apr 20, 2010

DJ Loli: Badass Yourself

I just received this mixtape from NY sensation DJ Loli!

This mixtape will be broadcasted around a few NY radio stations, and she's decided to give it exclusively to us to show Australia the talent this girl has!!

Some of the artists will include: Ladytron, Prodigy, basement jaxx, CombiChrist, Fisherspooner, Miss Kitten, Lord Of Acid, United beats, Discotronic, She wants Revenge, Dmitri Tikovoi, Front 242, Larry Tee , Switchblade Symphony + more!!

I Hope You Enjoy!!

Mowgli: I Want Everything

A brand new EP release by Mowgli, out on Deadfish Audio!!

In my opinion, extremely minimal and probably won't do great justice in a warm up set in Sydney, but Melbourne fans, I believe this one is for you.

I Hope You Enjoy!

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Mowgli - I Want Everything + Panacea (DF12)

And Simon Norford from Deadfish himself gave me permission to post the new Youtube video of Tom Flynns release!


Mowgli - Myspace

Deadfish Audio


Apr 14, 2010

Dubrave #4 @ Oxford Art Factory!

You came you saw and the night kicked ass!!!

The launch was one crazy night with Mc Shureshock dropping in to lend some vocals so we thought to ourselves what can we do to make it better? Then it hit us how about bringing in some lazer rigging to add to the rocking sound system!!

Check this cheeky remix made exclusively for dubrave:

Check Rubio's mix. We liked it so much we HAD to give him a set at Dubrave:

Line up:
Tape2Tape (Yes Yes Records)
Will Styles (FunkTrust, Triple J)
Slice (Inna Riddim)
Rubio (Twisted Collective)
Frenemies (DJ Temnein + MC Heyboa)

This night is truly shaping up to be a fun filled night with all your wobble needs and there are two mixes below to keep you going until Friday night ;o)

So bring your good drinking vest and your dancing shoe's and prepare for a night of shananigans as we unleash so musical goodness for your aural pleasure.

See you on the Dance Floor

FB Event here.

As a special Blog ONLY bonus 2 brand new Rubio bootys for y'all readers!

Enjoy xx

Oh and See you there, with the LASERS!

Apr 13, 2010

Hardwell & Funkadelic: Get Down Girl

Brand new collaboration from Hardwell & Funkadelic, out on Revealed!

This release includes the original, an instrumental mix and the Nicky Romero remix.

I Hope You Enjoy!!

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Hardwell & Funkadelic - Get Down Girl

Hardwell & Funkadelic - Get Down Girl (Nicky Romero Remix)


Apr 12, 2010

Wynter Gordon: Dirty Talk

A fantastic new release from house master Wynter Gordon, out on Atlantic Records!!

This release includes remixes from Laidback Luke, Kim Fai and Hagenaar & Albrecht.

I Hope You Enjoy!

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Wynter Gordon - Dirty Talk (Kim Fai Remix)

Wynter Gordon - Dirty Talk (Laidback Luke Remix)


Apr 10, 2010

COOPA: Bootlegs!

(Photographer: Laura Montana 2010)

Finally I've decided to make my bootlegs and put them up onto the blog for the fans to grab!!

Here's a short bio (Edited by A. Devi Shakya)

Cameron started his musical finesse at the age of seven, playing brass instruments and piano. Through his early music years as a teenager, Cameron was in and out of various rock bands, playing at high-school competitions, gigs throughout Sydney and even getting as far as getting a Sony/BMI contract and supporting Grinspoon at the Hard Rock Cafe in Sydney. His well educated status as a guitarist/pianist has given him a great advantage to move towards the dance scene and to use his knowledge to create great versatile sets and productions, branching well out from house music and mixing in a range of Electro-House, Tech House, Progressive House and even Trance, no set lacks substance when COOPA gets to hold the floor. His motivational goal, to get the crowd to feel the exact emotions running through him, which is what, makes COOPA such a quick successor in the music industry.

Currently studying at Australia’s premium university for music, The Australian Institute of Music, Cameron’s education includes the most accredited and fundamental techniques of Composition and Music Production, with Film/TV Producer Greg White, Scott Saunders, and Hip-Hop DJ Sensation Nick Toff. He has already started bringing out near-polished remixes and his original productions are on their way.

His current monthly mixes; COOPA: Sessions has been a fantastic success, running for over two years, has produced creditable feedback from American DJ Darryl Von Rokk, US Radio website InSoulWeTrust, Blog website engine Hype-M, and several of Australian Djs/Producers.

Daft Punk; Artento Divini - Technological Reflex (Coopa Bootleg)

Booka Shade; Plastic Dreams - Night Falls In White Rooms (Coopa Bootleg)

Deadmau5; Dirty South - Let It Go Jaded (Coopa Bootleg)

Yeah Yeah Yeahs; Bass Kleph; A-Trak - Heads Will Roll On Helium (Coopa Bootleg)

Boys Noize; Radioclit - Oh, How Divine! Coopa Bootleg)



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Don Diabo; Sidney Samson: Monster EP

What do you get when the two hottest Dutch producers of the moment finally get together in the studio? A monster of a track! Two monsters to be precise! Holland's globetrotting Hooligan producer, DON DIABLO, teams up with SIDNEY SAMSON of 'Riverside' fame to deliver the already much sought after 'MONSTER EP', which consists of two massive weapons of dancefloor destruction, 'Monster' and 'Rise Up'. The 'MONSTER EP' has already found earlybird supporters in Pete Tong, Rob Birch (Stereo MC's), Zombie Nation, Infadels, Jack Beats, Tocadisco, Tom Stephan, The Crystal Method, Utah Saints, Aston Harvey (Freestylers), MJ Cole, NT89, Kraak & Smaak, Lee Mortimer, Bad Boy Bill, MistaJam (BBC 1Xtra), Steedlord, Jason Nevins, Larry Tee, Beni (Kitsune), and many many more. Released on march 8 on Beatport! But grab it right here, right now!

Also, grab a copy of the following live mix by Don Diablo!!

I Hope You Enjoy!!

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Don Diablo; Sidney Samson - Rise Up (Right click, Save Target as....)



01 Xinobi - Valsa in NJ
02 The Fugees - Ready or not (Acapella)
03 Julian Perretta - If I ever feel better (Don Diablo Remix)
04 Unknown - Unknown (Don Diablo's Whitelabel Refix)
05 Olav Basoski - I feel so
06 Tori Amos v.s. Kraak & Smaak - Widow Money (Don Diablo Mash)
07 Jesse Rose - Night at the dogs
08 Kid Kola - Kappa Kappa (Don Diablo's Re-Edit)
09 Larry Tee - Let's Make Nasty (Don Diablo Remix)
10 Don Diablo & Sidney Samson - Monster
11 Alex Gopher - Handguns (Beni Remix)
12 Don Diablo v.s. Missy Elliot - Teen scream control (Mash)
13 Subfocus - Could this be real
14 Deadmau5 - Strobe (Plump DJ's Remix)
15 Fenech Soler - Stop and stare (Jaymo & Andy George Remix)
16 Computer Juice - Computer Juice (Tai & D.I.M. Remix)
17 Mika - Golden (Don Diablo Remix) (Dub)
18 L-Vis 1990 - Compass
19 Rick Ross - Hustlin' (Acapella)
20 The Pantysniffersclub - In it to win it
21 Hac Mac - BB Boys & BB Girls (Shinichi Osawa Remix)
22 Don Diablo & Sidney Samson - Rise up
23 Coldplay - Violet hill (Cryptonites Booty) (Don Diablo Refix)


Apr 9, 2010

Nastala: Crazy (Video)

In todays current music scene, it is rare to find an artist who not only has the ability to write unique and forward-thinking songs, but who also has a voice that seems to fuse with the track with effortless ease...unless your name is Nastala.

Growing up in the electronic capital of Detroit, Nastala began writing and singing from an early age and eventually captured the attention of electro house big gun, Chris Lake. Once in the studio the pair soon became a winning formula, achieving chart-topping global success with tracks Only One and If You Knew. Nastalas sexy, funked-up vocals soon became heavily in demand, opening many doors in the industry as a singer/songwriter, including being asked to write for massive dance legends Tiësto and Armin van Buuren. Nastala's early success at the
heights of the dance music community gave her a fantastic foundation to move forward and guided her towards working with acclaimed songwriters Biff Stannard (Kylie Minogue / The Spice Girls) and Jonas

Now unleashing her debut single, Crazy is everything you could wish for in a bona fide electro-pop anthem. 'Crazy' was produced by Chris Lake and mixed by respected engineer Ash Howes (who has previously worked with Little Boots and Dido) with additional production from good friend Deadmau5 on drums and guitar.

The Crazy video was designed & directed by Andy de Vries at Mighty ELK

Kissy Sell Out: Garden Friends

For they Sydney fans who were lucky enough to witness his amazing (and fast cd changing) set last Saturday night at HOME the venue, here is his lasted release!!!

Here is the latest interview, done by In The Mixes Dave Ruby Howe:

There’s a few things you need to know about Kissy Sell Out. Other than his heavyweight profile as one of the UK’s primary electro proponents with his on BBC Radio program and artistic other life, the man born Thomas Bisdee is a intensely charismatic with a likeable, affable nature on display at all times. He likes to laugh a lot. And despite being a party starting DJ, he has an intriguing thoughtful and introspective side to his persona.

When ITM’s Dave Ruby Howe caught up with the livewire deck hand to talk about his March club tour and new album Youth, all these qualities shine through.

Hey mate, how’re you doing today?

“All good man, just getting ready to do this Australian tour soon.”

Good to hear it, I know there’s some people pretty excited to see you return after your visit for We Love Sounds last year.

“Oh good, we had a lot of fun doing that festival. But, you know, I think when I came out to Australia last year and I brought the full band it was probably too soon to do that. It was a bit weird to be playing these songs that hadn’t actually been released yet!”

Yeah I always thought that was an odd decision since your album Youth has only now just come out in Australia.

“Well, we can only know that now in hindsight! But we did have a really fun time and played some great shows then. This time though I’m excited for the record to be out there now and to be there in the clubs. I’m really just loving DJing right now.”

In the current climate where anyone can download an album online and geography isn’t as important for a CD release, it’s almost as if we did get the record back then, because we could access on the internet if we wanted.

“Yeah, you know I think that’s really cool. Not that I’m supporting illegal downloading but I would be happy that people would just be interested in it. And then if they want to support the artist then they can buy because I think that’s the best thing about being a listener. I mean, I get the biggest bloody mailbag full of promos every single week, but I always find I appreciate and enjoy music more when I’ve actually gone out and bought it myself. I get the biggest buzz out of that because I’m a fan and I’m always looking for and collecting new stuff.”

Since it was released last year in the UK and completed even earlier than that, are the songs on the record old to you now?

“No I don’t think it will ever be, because it’s about something that’s very personal to me, it’s about my childhood. If it wasn’t about something, if it was just made to try and be cool then I probably would be over it all. I’m actually really glad it’s coming out over there now because I get to talk about it again and get into it all. I’m interested to see how it will go with you guys because it’s quite strange for a dance record, really.”

How so?

“Well, I realised when it was realised in the UK just how different it was. It’s such a personal record and to have that as my debut album, well, I don’t think people were really expected that.”

Yeah I did notice from a few lessons that it actually feels very complete, like it’s not just a bunch of singles slapped together, it’s a full story with a beginning, middle and end. I think in the current climate where things are so easily accessible and disposable, that’s a brave move – especially on for a debut LP.

“It certainly felt that way for me, and when the initial critics’ reactions came in you could tell that some people just brushed it off and dismissed it. I guess it was naïve of me to think that I could make something like this, make it so personal and have people get it. But having said that I’m really proud of what I did with it, I love everything about it right down to the cover art.”

Speaking of critics, I read a particularly savage review of the album in the NME. That wasn’t very nice!

“[Laughs] That was a very funny review, it was hysterical!”

I’m glad you’re laughing about it because I don’t know how I would feel about that if I were you.

“Yes sure, I mean obviously it was quite hurtful, but the NME has a reputation for being really bitchy, and I think that they went out of their way to slag me off. It was funny though because I think they called it something like ‘self-indulgent, neon-slattered electro pop’ and that is basically what I do. I didn’t really see a problem with that!”

Have you got plans to release a follow-up to Youth at all? Something that tracks the next chapter of your life?

“Yeah I have been working on a new record that at the moment has the working title of Family, which is about me growing up and moving on with my life. It’s going to be different to Youth in a lot of ways, I think it’ll be nearly all instrumentals on there and I’m going to try not to worry about what other people think and just get it all done.”

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Kissy Sell Out - Garden Friends

Kissy Sell Out - Garden Friends (Laidback Luke VIP Edit)


Apr 8, 2010

Laidback Luke: Till Tonight

New Single out byLaidback Luke, can't miss out on this one people!!! With fantastic vocal work by Jonathan Mendelsohn (Nic Chagall - This Moment). This was an absolute monster in WMC!!

I Hope You Enjoy!!

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Laidback Luke ft. Jonathan Mendelsohn - Till Tonight

Laidback Luke ft. Jonathan Mendelsohn - Till Tonight (Dub)


Laidback Luke - Myspace

Jonathan Mendelsohn - Myspace

MixMash Records


Apr 7, 2010

Milk & Sugar: Let The Love Take Over

3 years in a row Milk & Sugar have managed to climb on top of UK´s most important Music Week club charts. They rocketed to no.1 in 2008 with "Stay Around", the following year with "Let The Sun Shine", and just recently, 2010, with their last single "You Got Me Burnin'".

No doubt, Milk & Sugar´s new release will gain again excellent results and make it´s way into the cases and CD maps of DJs all around the globe. With their new single "Let The Love (Take Over)" the Munich duo has again skillfully intertwined their typical house grooves with the soulful voice of Ayak, who is well known for delivering a dynamic, energetic vocal performance.

The two producers behind Milk & Sugar look back after 13 years, since the founding of the label, to a long and successful career, which in their capacity as DJs, have sent them to some of the most remote places in the world. Not forgetting their big hits such as "Higher & Higher", "Love Is In The Air", or "Let The Sunshine. Milk & Sugar have played practically everywhere as DJs, brought out tracks on nearly all popular labels and have even assisted world-famous stars such as Janet Jackson or Jamiroquai by re-mixing their songs into danceable versions.

My only opinion, could've created a title that wasn't so similar to the French House Superstar...

I Hope You Enjoy!

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Milk & Sugar - Let The Love Take Over (Muzzaik Remix)

Milk & Sugar - Let The Love Take Over (Alex Gaudino & Jason Rooney Remix)


Milk & Sugar

Milk & Sugar - Myspace

House Music [DE] - Myspace

Apr 6, 2010

DBN: Chicago

DBN's new release 'Chicago' is now out on We Play recordings!! This full packages includes remixes from Tommy Trash, Tristan Garner and Erick Decks.

I Hope You Enjoy!

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DBN - Chicago

DBN - Chicago (Tommy Trash Remix)


DBN - Myspace

We Play Recordings

Apr 5, 2010

Pryda: Inspiration EP

Brand new Pryda EP, out on Pryda Recordings.

Hope You Enjoy!!

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Pryda - Inspiration

Pryda - RYMD 2010


Eric Prydz - Myspace

Pryda Recordings

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