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Archive for January, 2012


Let’s Stick Together With Chuckie!

Chuckie has done it again! Leave it to Mr. “What Happens in Vegas” to put out another super fun, bass heavy track.

“Together” is a playful, bouncy track, with some very retro-1990′s sounding vocals but they just add to the joyful levity of it. There are a couple of heavy basslines that are almost reminiscent of a lighter dubstep-sounding song but it mostly errs on the side of a real electro-house-y club track.


January Recap: Tiesto, Skrillex, Coachella and much more!

Tiesto Birthday

2012 is already shaping up to be a huge year for house music! Already some mega album releases, epic track drops, and huge lineups announced.


Up Close With Dirty South At Stereosonic 2011

Take a look behind the scenes of top EDM artist Dirty South during the Australian Stereosonic tour 2011. He’s on the go, in the studio and rocking the crowd, it’s all in a days work.

Killing the stage alongside great producers such as Afrojack, Ferry Corsten, and Kaskade is a full time job. There is never a dull moment on the road, racing from venue to venue, there is not a moment to waste.


Junkie Bazzinga Heads!

Bazzinga! While the title might sound like an awesome Price Is Right game, the reality is that “Bazinga” is an even more awesome track from Junkie Heads.

Who says all house tracks have to come in long-winded extended mixes, this track gets right to the point, at 2:48 it is a whole lot of fun tied up into a very tiny package. It has some elements reminiscent of “Mush Mush” by the Bassjackers, but really how can that be a bad thing?


Joe Ghost and A-Divizion have Zero Tolerance

Canadians Joe Ghost and A-Divizion recently joined forces in producing this epic new track. Molding together their progressive and electro sounds was guaranteed to create a high energy banger. “Zero Tolerance” does not disappoint, and there is no doubt that it will be towards the top of the house music charts right off the bat.