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You’ve Never Seen The EC Twins Like This!

British duo, The EC Twins, just released their latest banger featuring some smooth vocals from Cece Peniston, titled “You’ve Never Seen” (Smash The House/Spinnin Records).

As with most offerings from The EC Twins the track is an instant hit, and as you can see from the video above, DJ Chuckie was not shy to crank it up during his set at Tomorrowland 2012.

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Las Vegas EDM Memorial Day Weekend!

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The next couple of weeks are going to be an EDM explosion in Las Vegas with the EDMBiz Music Conference and Insomniac’s Electric Daisy Carnival.

If you are heading to the sweltering desert and you are a fan of the scene then your tolerance to high temperatures will be rewarded with huge named DJs this weekend and in the days leading up to the Electric Daisy Carnival which starts up on the June 8th.

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EC Twins Are Putting Us In Motion!

The EC Twins and Remy Le Duc are back with their newest release “In Motion.” They have already hit 2012 with full force and have no signs of stopping.

This time they collaborated with top producer and remixer Zen Freeman, to bring this new banger to life.

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EC Twins & Remy Le Duc Resurrect The Knights

If you feel you need to be brought back to life after a weekend of partying to welcome the new year, look no further than this new banger from the EC Twins and Remy Le Duc.

“Resurrection” is filled with a drum heavy intro that segues into a melodic, keyboard-synthesized beat around the one minute mark. This may be a serene lullaby, while simultaneously a dark and ominous theme song for something much more evil.

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Top 20 Tracks of 2011 You Probably Missed

Sander Van Doorn

It is very easy to get caught up in the House tracks getting played out on the radio, SiriusXM, the local clubs, and overlook those less popular tracks that compare to and even exceed the “mainstream.”