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2013 was the year that marked a change in landscape at the top tier of the electronic community, after a prolonged dominance from a pioneering few, last year saw the rise of an ambassador figure for a new generation. Crowning off a colossal 12-month period of hit records and global tours by claiming the World #1 DJ title in the 2013 edition of the Top 100 DJ Poll, beating the likes of Armin van Buuren and Tiësto, Hardwell also made history by becoming the ‘youngest ever DJ’ to win the prestigious award. Fast-forward a year and the leviathan Dutch star has done it again – cementing his place atop of the world’s elite.

Hardwell’s growth from a rising star amongst his peers to become one of the scenes most formidable musical titans is an exhaustive journey that was brilliant captured on film in his mesmerising documentary, I AM HARDWELL. Taking that voyage and raising the bar even further during this period leading up to this year’s victory has been one of truly global proportions. From his mainstage dominating Tomorrowland performances back in July – including a special B2B with Tiësto – to his epic closing set at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival in March, which to date has clocked up over 8.5 million views on YouTube, and least we forget his glowing headline performances at Ultra Europe, EDC Mexico City, Australia’s Future Music Festival, EDC NYC, EDC Las Vegas, the prestigious Indy 500 Race Event, Mysteryland Netherlands and Dance Valley, as well as playing both the mainstage and his own Revealed Recordings arena at Creamfields, it’s fair to say Hardwell has been a constant presence at every major event worldwide.

Locking in residencies at Las Vegas’s Hakkasan nightclub – that saw him return to the nightlife mecca – after blazing across Europe, Asia, South America and Africa with his I AM HARDWELL concept tour. Whilst a New York Times Square takeover saw him announce the final North American dates with a run of shows confirmed at premiere arenas in San Francisco, Chicago, Toronto, Vancouver, Los Angeles, Miami before culminating at New York’s iconic Madison Square Garden, in what is set to be a truly spectacular finale to one of the year’s biggest electronic touring events. Fast-forward to the summer months and his debut Ibiza residency at Ushuaia saw him demonstrate, across ten sun-drenched weeks, exactly why he has earned the accolade #1 DJ in the world from the legions of fans that voted over the course of the poll.

For much of his loyal following his ever-present radio show, Hardwell On Air, which is now broadcasting across 80 international stations weekly and holding a solid spot in the iTunes Top 10 podcasts in more than 45 countries, remains their regular dose of all things Hardwell. Giving fans across the globe, a chance to revel in the enthusiasm and energy of this young mans passion for electronic music.

His label Revealed Recordings, now regarded as one of the most forward thinking imprints in the scene, maintains an international presence with its releases, club takeovers and festival arena hosts worldwide, including Creamfields, Amsterdam Dance Event and Miami’s Music Week. Throughout, Hardwell has maintained prolific output of fresh music. Collecting a plethora of Beatport #1’s, including big-room smashes like, ‘Everybody Is In The Place’, his remix of Coldplays ‘A Sky Full Of Stars’ and recent release ‘Arcadia’. As well as other tracks such as his remix of Armin van Buuren’s ‘Ping Pong’, his Hardwell edit of Deorro & J-Trick’s ‘Rambo,’ and not forgetting his debut entry into the UK chart ‘Dare You,’ that reached #18. His latest single from his forthcoming album is new single ‘Young Again’ with Chris Young on vocals, which is out now.

Never one to rest on his success, Hardwell’s dedication to his fans is unrivalled. Having amassed in excess of 6.9 million Facebook ‘likes’ and 1.7 million Twitter followers, Hardwell regularly engages directly with them, introducing his exclusive Q&A series ‘Behind The Decks’ series where the Dutch maestro offers a candid insight into his world as an international touring artist. It is this intrinsic bond between artist and audience, which has been fostered since Hardwell started out on this journey at just 14, that has cultivated his dedicated legions of fans to catapult Hardwell to the very top of the renowned Poll for a second year running.

Commenting on his sensational 2014 crowning, Hardwell said: “To achieve this accolade two years running is an incredible feeling. I’ve worked really hard this year to give back to the fans and commit to them all that I can and to know they’ve embraced my music and DJ sets with such open arms leaves me speechless. The passion and spirit I see from all the guys and girls on the dancefloor is so unbelievably magical, their love for this scene and the music is the biggest inspiration there is. This win is undoubtedly a huge milestone for me but more than anything else this win is also about them! They are what makes each and every Hardwell show so special and unique. So thank you, for your continued and unequivocal support.”

In the midst of this news, Hardwell is prepping for his I AM HARDWELL North American tour that is launching next week.

I AM HARDWELL North American Tour
Hardwell’s I AM HARDWELL North American Tour launches in Chicago on October 31st, and runs through five other dates across the U.S. and Canada before closing at the legendary Madison Square Garden in New York on November 15th. Tickets for the I AM HARDWELL North American Tour are on sale here: http://bit.ly/1qmonpJ.

DATE VENUE LOCATION
31-Oct UIC Pavilion Chicago, IL
1-Nov International Centre – Hall 5/Arrow Hall Toronto, ON
7-Nov Bill Graham Civic Auditorium San Francisco, CA
8-Nov The Forum Los Angeles, CA
10-Nov Pacific Coliseum Vancouver, BC
14-Nov Klipsch Amphitheater at Bayfront Park Miami, FL
15-Nov Madison Square Garden New York, NY

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Current #1 DJ in the world, Hardwell, has had an extraordinary 2014. Continuing to rule supreme over the dance music world, reeling off chart-topping hit after hit like ‘Dare You’ and ‘Everybody Is In The Place,’ the iconic Dutch producer now delivers the official music video for his newest single, ‘Young Again’ featuring Chris Jones. This song is the first taste of his highly anticipated debut album, United We Are, which is also equipped to hit a high note amongst the charts.

Pre-Order Hardwell’s ”Young Again” ft. Chris Jones on iTunes: http://bit.ly/YoungAgainiTunes.

The official “Young Again” music video brings the song’s story to life with Hardwell suddenly embarking on a captivating journey in a virtual world, departing from his reality of performing in front of thousands of fans. Adding another layer of depth to the song, this visual treatment further manifests its meaning for fans to connect with on a personal level.

Powered with emotion, ’Young Again’ is a merger of genre-bending bliss, fusing rootsy, electro-acoustic guitar strings with Jones’s powerful vocals that command attention the second the track begins - a new anthem is truly unleashed. Questioning, “Will We Ever Feel Young Again?” as the track switches between towering club beats and massive drops, key chords pound beneath the catchy melody, accumulating in a vocal-driven club stormer with mass appeal.

Highlighting Hardwell’s sheer versatility by stepping out of the traditional, progressive house blueprint and daring to be different, ‘Young Again’ is an infectious record readied to dominate the charts and set up the imminent release of his debut artist album, United We Are, in proper fashion.

In the midst of this release, Hardwell is prepping for his I AM HARDWELL North American tour that is launching in just a couple of weeks.

I AM HARDWELL North American Tour
Hardwell’s I AM HARDWELL North American Tour launches in Chicago on October 31st, and runs through five other dates across the U.S. and Canada before closing at the legendary Madison Square Garden in New York on November 15th. Tickets for the I AM HARDWELL North American Tour are on sale here: http://bit.ly/1qmonpJ.

DATE VENUE LOCATION
31-Oct UIC Pavilion Chicago, IL
1-Nov International Centre – Hall 5/Arrow Hall Toronto, ON
7-Nov Bill Graham Civic Auditorium San Francisco, CA
8-Nov The Forum Los Angeles, CA
10-Nov Pacific Coliseum Vancouver, BC
14-Nov Klipsch Amphitheater at Bayfront Park Miami, FL
15-Nov Madison Square Garden New York, NY

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After his much anticipated stateside appearance, tropical house guru Thomas Jack has definitely been leaving his mark all over the country. From supporting Kygo on his massive “Endless Summer Tour” to taking over parties from NYC to Miami, Tom continues to spread the summer vibes as winter slowly creeps up on us. Less than three weeks ago, the Australian producer dropped his first remix in months and now he feeds us again with a new remix of MYNGA‘s original “Back Home” featuring Cosmo Klein. Thomas Jack remixes MYNGA with his usual flair packed with soothing saxophone, beach-ready percussion, and just vibes of pineapples and palm trees. The only place I want to be right now is the poolside after jamming out to this one.

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Le Tunnel (Paris) // vendredi 24 octobre // 23h00-07h00 // Préventes // Plus d’infos sur Facebook

Après un re-opening clairement réussi (ce set d’Alex.Do !!), le Tunnel se prépare à nous accueillir de nouveau ce vendredi 24 octobre. Une fois n’est pas coutume, l’ancienne carrière de craie vibrera une fois de plus au son d’un line-up franco-allemand résolument techno.

Florian Meindl, dj et producteur autrichien basé à Berlin depuis des lustres, viendra mettre sa précision, sa créativité et ses petites pépites au service d’un set techno qui portera haut les couleurs de son label Flash Recordings. Juste avant lui, on retrouvera celui qui a enflammé Lakomune de vendredi dernier avec Traumer et Maxime Dangles : Electric Rescue, boss de l’excellent label Skryptöm. Pilier de la techno made in France et artiste reconnu sur la scène internationale, ce défenseur d’une techno sans concession et sans compromis, à l’image de son mentor et ami Laurent Garnier, s’est forgé une identité forte dans le paysage électronique en signant ses productions sur les labels Cocoon, SCI+TEC,F Communications, Ideal Audio, BNR Trax, Sleaze Records… D.Ko, collectif et label parisien composé de jeunes Djs et producteurs, sera le warm-up de la soirée. Créé en 2011, D.KO exprime depuis lors une certaine idée de la musique et s’est érigé comme l’un des meilleurs groove-dealer de Paris.

2×2 places à gagner : pour participer, il suffit d’envoyer un mail ayant pour objet « Tunnel 24.10.14″ à electrokorporation (at) gmail.com. Les gagnants seront informés vendredi en début d’après-midi. Suerte, gringos !

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Reagenz, c’est le duo formé par Move D et Jonah Sharp (Spacetime Continuum) depuis 1994, immortalisé avec un premier album sortie à l’époque chez Source Records. S’en suivront de nombreuses apparitions live au Japon, en Europe et aux Etats-Unis, avant la sortie d’un second album, « Playtime », chez Workshop en 2009. Vingt ans après la création du projet, les voici de retour avec cet album saisissant, enregistré en live à Public Assembly (Brooklyn) pour les 10 ans du collectif new-yorkais The Bunker.

A partir des 2h et demies du live complet, les deux artistes ont sélectionné et édité l’enregistrement afin d’en retirer l’essence même, tout en le faisant rentrer dans un format album où se côtoient les sonorités d’une liste impressionnante de machines : Roland TR 909, Roland TR 606, Roland JX-3P, Roland SH101, Anyware Instruments TinySizer, Nord Micro Modular, Doepfer Dark Time, Akai MPC 1000, Electro Harmonix Memory Man Delay & Moog MidiMurf.

Il en ressort un incroyable 6 titres faisant se chevaucher des éléments de House, de Techno et d’Ambient avec une touche, une empreinte, un son analogique inimitable. Vous pouvez d’ores et déjà commander l’opus sur Bandcamp dans ses versions digitales et physiques.

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Electrocorp passe à la radio ! Nous sommes très heureux de vous annoncer que l’émission musicale La Boîte Sonore (radio RIG 90.7) nous invite sur son créneau horaire du mardi soir. Au programme : une interview, une sélection musicale, un mix de notre DJ résident Tom A.P et bien entendu un peu de promo pour notre soirée de rentrée à l’Iboat avec Patrick Topping.

RDV mardi 21 de 22h à minuit pour 2 heures de House-Music deep et groovy, juste comme vous l’aimez.

Rejoignez l’événement Facebook pour streamer l’émission su votre ordinateur, et découvrir la playlist complète + ré-écouter notre mix dès le lendemain.

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LouisFuton

“2 Philly kids who like to bump” is the only quote necessary to describe the collaborative project known as Louis Futon. In less than a year the Philadelphia based duo have take soundcloud by storm, targeting chart-topping hip hop tracks and flipping them into down tempo house, or “Future Lean” as they categorize it. Their remix of Mos Def’s “Ms. Fat Booty” passed a million plays, and their recent original “Mojito” has already racked up close to 100,000 downloads. Fans of Flume, Cashmere Cat and Sweater Beats will be all over this new flip on Future’s single “I Won” – listen and grab it below for FREE!

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• Check Out Caribou‘s ‘Essential Mix’ for BBC Radio 1
Hot Since 82 is Knee Deep In Sound
Mark Seven to release Far Away mixtape

 

Check Out Caribou’s ‘Essential Mix’ for BBC Radio 1

Over the weekend, London-based Canadian Dan Snaith (a.k.a. Caribou) became the latest contributor to BBC Radio 1′s venerable Essential Mix series. The two-hour session is a characteristically diverse one from the artist who also DJs/produces under the name Daphni, with cuts from the likes of Joy Orbison & Boddika, Butric, and Pearson Sound rubbing up against tracks by James Brown, Lil Wayne, and the Silver Apples. Snaith also includes two previously unheard Daphni productions in the set, lending an already intriguing mix some extra exclusive cache.

Caribou’s Essential Mix can be streamed in full here, where a full tracklist for the set can also be found. In addition, our recent Rewind session with the accomplished artist—which found Caribou, in his own words, looking back at his entire discography—can be read here.

(via XLR8R)

 

Hot Since 82 is Knee Deep In Sound

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Hot Since 82 is set to drop his new mix compilation, Knee Deep In Sound, on November 17th via his label of the same name andUltra Records

The LP features a number of artists from Daley Padley’s own label, including MoodtrapExacta and Traumer. It also has four new Hot Since 82 tracks and access to a download of his new track “Womb,” which you can stream below. The mix follows a busy year for the DJ and producer, whose most recent single, “Somebody Somebody,” featured the early-’90s crossover act Block Box. You can catch him on the road in the US and Mexico throughout October and November, starting off at Chicago’sSpybar on the 30th, followed by gigs in LA, New York and DC, before heading to Mexico for three dates from November 13th through the 24th. 

Tracklist
01. Moodtrap – Lemonhead
02. Kamero – Ikarus
03. Exacta – Time
04. Hot Since 82 – Time Out
05. Several Definitions – No Drama
06. Ross Evans – HoneyTrap
07. The Scumfrog – Wave2
08. Exacta – Home
09. Traumer – Hoodlum
10. Joal – Interlude
11. Hot Since 82 ft. Alex Mills – The Core
12. Hot Since 82 ft. Black Box – Somebody Everybody
13. Hot Since 82 ft. Alex Mills – Restless

Knee Deep In Sound and Ultra will release Knee Deep In Sound on November 17th, 2014.

United States of America Oct 30  Knee Deep In Chicago: Hot Since 82 & L.., Spybar, Illinois
United States of America Oct 31  Escape: All Hallow’s Eve, San Bernardino, Los Angeles
United States of America Nov 01  Hot Since 82/ Exacta with Psychemagik, Output, New York
United States of America Nov 05  Hot Since 82 with Ch.., U Street Music Hall, Washington DC
United States of America Nov 08  Inception presents Hot Since 8.., Exchange LA, Los Angeles
Mexico Nov 13  Hot Since 82 — 8th Anniversary, Hardpop, North
Mexico Nov 14  Hot Since 82, TBA – Mexico City, Center
Italy Nov 22  Hot Since 82@Room26, Room 26, Central

(via RA)

 

Mark Seven to release Far Away mixtape

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Parkway Records boss Mark Seven has recorded a Far Away mixtape, due out October 25th. 

Venerated as a record collector and proprietor of the ‘Jus Wax store for some time, Seven’s stature as a producer and record label proprietor has grown recently. He released the well-received My Caesar 10-inch on People Just Jam this past spring, as well as a Pal Joey-flavored 12-inch under the name Ray’s Keys on his own Parkwest imprint earlier this month. 

He’ll visit Los Angeles for a one-off extended set on October 25th. This will be his second visit to LA, and the gig will act as a release show for his entry in the Far Away mixtape series. The cassette label releases mixes to compliment the party series of the same name. Mike Simonetti and Jacques Renault have contributed thus far. For those not in Los Angeles, the cassettes are available via Mount Analog, Pacific Rhythm and Public Possession. 

You can stream Renault’s Far Away mixtape below. 

Far Away will release Mark Seven Far Away Tapes 003 on October 25th, 2014.

(via RA)

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Perfection from Sportsman in collaboration with HNNY.

“I WAS IN MY CAR DRIVING WITH HNNY. IT WAS WINTER. WE WERE ON AN ISLAND ON THE EAST COAST OF SWEDEN. WE WERE LISTENING TO THIS SONG. I LOVE TAYLOR AND THIS IS MY FAVOURITE. IT’S ALWAYS BEING PLAYED LIKE A FILM IN FRONT OF ME. I LOVE THAT IT TAKES PLACE IN A CAFÉ AND THE STORY.. BEING KIND OF FUCKED OVER AND SAVED BY SOMEONE NEW. JOHAN SAID IT SOUNDS LIKE A SPORTSMAN SONG. HE THOUGHT I SHOULD MAKE A COVER.
WHAT’S PAST IS PAST
- SPORTSMAN”

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Big room bass gets a new tune injection from Meaux Green in his remix of A$AP Ferg’s “Work.” Festival kicks, massive synth stabs, and dark ominous chord progressions will turn your booty shaking fantasies into a reality.

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Copenhagen based artist Lisa Alma just finished her latest track “Fine” and we’re psyched to be able to premiere the remix done by Swedish duo CANVAS.

They put together a subtle take that puts the focus on those stellar vocals from Lisa to build a perfectly crafted and shimmering discopop version.

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NGHTMRE is back, this time switching the tempo up from most of his previous remixes and it definitely suits him. Check out his remix of Lookas’ Loko with free download…

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Dimitri from Paris (not the other Dimitri) posted this remix of French funkateer Breakbot lashing up some 80s synths and drum machine familiars that never age.

Again this is another lovely free download to play out and enjoy!

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Jared Jensen is a graphic designer focusing on edmonton web design and freelancing.