30 Sep 2011

    Panic City and Supersede’s remix of No Beef is phenomenal. Although I am a fan of the dirty dutch original, this track is much more playable to all crowds and focuses the attention much more effectively on Miss Palmer’s vocals, which I thought were more or less an afterthought of the Vocal Mix put out by ‘Afroki’. 

    Afrojack & Steve Aoki ft. Miss Palmer - No Beef (Panic City & Supersede Remix)

    18 Sep 2011

    Brand new track from Mim and Live, better known as Nervo. The twin aussies have gotten together with Steve Aoki and Afrojack to produce the uplifting house anthem, We’re All No One. It’s a solid track with airy vocals provided by Nervo themselves. This is one of those end-of-summer-songs so go enjoy it before the fall!

    Nervo - We’re All No One (Nervo Goes To Pairs Remix)

    9 Sep 2011

    Feed The Animals Pt. III (Electric Zoo Review)

    DAY 3:

    And then it was the last day. Everything in our lives had become so casually predictable, but in the best of ways. Wake up. Eat breakfast (first and last meal of the day). Get to EZoo. Meander from tent to tent. Dance a little. Sit in the grass. Drink water. Dance more. Enjoy the weather. Talk to friends. And dance more until the night was over again. Our world had become so finite. Nothing really mattered besides the stages, tents, water stands, bathrooms, and fields. I think one of the beautiful things about the festival atmosphere, is the ability to strip away your thoughts about everything peripheral to the concert. I’m not going to start a metaphysical rambling about rave culture (perhaps I’ve already lost most of you), but I do think some of this is worth consideration.

    Anyways, we arrived the third day hoping to catch a little bit of Alesso’s set, but just missed him. So instead, we chilled out for a bit near the Hilltop Arena where Big Gigantic was ripping an impressive set, complete with live saxophone, piano, drums and more. I was more or less KO’d from exhaustion, so I botched it and barely listened, but what I did hear sounded really dope. Once we had collected ourselves for a couple minutes, those of us who arrived early headed over to the main stage to catch Swedish house producer, John Dahlback. 

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    17 Aug 2011

    I know I JUST posted about D. Guetta the other day, but his album is dropping at the end of the month and a new single just hit the web and it is actually awesome! Featuring everyone’s favorite, Afrojack, Lunar is the first dance track of David Guetta’s since his ‘Pop Life’ album that I’ve truly been excited about. This track is straight electro-house and draws from the best of both producers. Check it!!!

    David Guetta & Afrojack - Lunar

    9 Aug 2011

    While I think that re-releasing a song and calling it a Vocal Mix (where the vocal doesn’t come in until 2:30 and only lasts for one minute thereafter) is not entirely legit, I have to admit that Afrojack & Steve Aoki’s new release of No Beef featuring a verse by Miss Palmer, is very addicting. I just wish there was more to it.

    Afrojack and Steve Aoki ft. Miss Palmer - No Beef (Vocal Mix)

    7 Jul 2011

    Here’s a sick new remix by of one of Afrojack’s staples hits, Bangduck. Moguai brings a fast-paced pulse to the electro banger and gives the hook a crispy retouching. Sounds good to me!

    Afrojack - Bangduck (Moguai Remix)

    16 May 2011

    Here it is. The track that started it all. Dave Nada’s remix of Afrojack’s remix of Silvio Ecomo and Chuckie’s track, Moombah. Not my favorite of Moombahton’s offerings, but it is good to see where it began. Happy Moombahton Monday!

    9 May 2011

    It’s Monday. That means Moombahton. Today’s track was produced by none other than Moombahton’s creator, Dave Nada. His edit of Afrojack’s remix of Sydney Samson’s Riverside is the quintessential Moombahton track: dirty dutch house lead, reggaeton beat, and even a little sampling of Bay Area prodigies, The Pack on vocals. Besides this beast of a track, which you can download HERE, I’ve posted Nada’s Moombahton Megamix that he made for A-Trak’s label Fool’s Gold awhile back, which showcases the genre in all it’s booty-shaking glory.  
                          

    It’s Monday. That means Moombahton. Today’s track was produced by none other than Moombahton’s creator, Dave Nada. His edit of Afrojack’s remix of Sydney Samson’s Riverside is the quintessential Moombahton track: dirty dutch house lead, reggaeton beat, and even a little sampling of Bay Area prodigies, The Pack on vocals. Besides this beast of a track, which you can download HERE, I’ve posted Nada’s Moombahton Megamix that he made for A-Trak’s label Fool’s Gold awhile back, which showcases the genre in all it’s booty-shaking glory.  

                             

    1 Apr 2011

    Afrojack certainly came out as one of the heros of this year’s Ultra Fest, throwing down an eclectic mix of brand new tracks in the Carl Cox ‘mega-structure’ and then a massive banger blowout on the mainstage later that day. Doing It Right was definitely the crown gem of these performances. In the usual Afrojack fashion, the track builds with an unshakable riff and then explodes into a quirky bounce that doesn’t make for easy listening but absolutely finds its mark amidst a giant mob of ravers. Get it HERE

    29 Mar 2011

    ULTRA ULTRA ULTRA! It’s over. I’m depressed. But the music goes on. As I am still reassembling my brain, I am going to hold off on my response to the festival until this weekend. To tide you over though, here are 3 of the biggest sets direct from this year’s Ultra experience.
Afrojack // Deadmau5 // Moby

    ULTRA ULTRA ULTRA! It’s over. I’m depressed. But the music goes on. As I am still reassembling my brain, I am going to hold off on my response to the festival until this weekend. To tide you over though, here are 3 of the biggest sets direct from this year’s Ultra experience.

    Afrojack // Deadmau5 // Moby

    14 Mar 2011

    Major Lazer knows how to throw a party

    19 Jan 2011

    The line-up for Coachella has been posted and is chuck-full of some of the top names in EDM, check it out!

    The line-up for Coachella has been posted and is chuck-full of some of the top names in EDM, check it out!

    23 Dec 2010

    Today’s track is ‘Replica’ by new-gen Dutch sensation, Afrojack. After picking up a copy of Fruity Loops when he was 11 years old (which he still uses in today), it only took the young producer seven years to rise to the top of the electronic music genre. At 16, he spun his first show. At 18, his first single reached #3 on the Dutch Dance Top 30. By 20, he had played some of the most massive music festivals/venues in the world. Not too shabby. Much of Afrojack’s music is formulaic; basic intro, funky hook, and tremendously abbrassive drop. ‘Replica’ follows suit, flawlessly. Afrojack’s has certainly found a musical niche, however, I feel he would benefit from a bit more substance than just noise. I look forward to hear more from Afrojack. In the meantime, check out ‘Replica’.

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