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Découvrez tout de suite notre deuxième playlist réalisée avec le site web Soundsgood. Notre série « Warming-Up » est une sélection hebdomadaire de titres House / Deep-House plus ou moins récents, réalisée par Electrocorp pour vos débuts de soirée à la maison, histoire de vous réchauffer et d’emmerder vos voisins avant d’aller clubber.

Press play, enjoy.

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Matt DiMona returns with another Feel Good House remix of Maroon 5’s iconic hit “She Will Be Loved”. By effortlessly weaving catchy chords with a thumping house beat, DiMona successfully reinvents the timeless sing-along with his signature indie house sound.  Grab the free download here!

“She Will Be Loved” is one of my all time favorite throwback pop guilty pleasures, and when I found the acapella online I knew I had to remix it. I’m a sucker for massive, hands-in-the-air chords, and when I paired them with some slow but groovy house beats (as well as some cheeky rain noise to coincide with the lyrics) I came up with a really interesting blend of sounds. Play this at your next pool party and belt out that hook- I know you know the words! – Matt DiMona

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CRSSD Festival Announces Phase II Lineup
• Disclosure and Rudimental Choose Nas, Nicolas Jaar, and more for Wild Life
Mano Le Tough, DJ Tennis, and Marcus Worgull Remix Vermont on Upcoming EP

 

CRSSD Festival Announces Phase II Lineup

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CRSSD Festival, presented by FNGRS CRSSD and Goldenvoice, today released its phase two lineup featuring further pioneering DJs and live acts from across the spectrum of electronic music.

The likes of James Murphy, Damian Lazarus, and Kaytranada join an already epic line-up that includes Chromeo, Empire Of The Sun, Hot Natured, Maceo Plex, Seth Troxler, Jamie Jones, Pete Tong, DJ Harvey and many more, swelling the festival’s performers to more than 50.

CRSSD Festival stands apart as a unique, forward thinking, 21+ electronic music festival experience. The incredible waterfront location and unmatched line-up of live acts and DJs, are set to make CRSSD a landmark event for Southern California and North America.

CRSSD will offer a full selection of craft beer, a mixology program and local food vendors from the San Diego area.

Tickets are on-sale on via CRSSD Website (www.crssd.com)

 

Disclosure and Rudimental Choose Nas, Nicolas Jaar, and more for Wild Life

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Wild Life, the festival from Disclosure and Rudimental just got way bigger.

Announced this week, the event will take place at Brighton City Airport in June and will feature a stack of house, techno and hip hop talent.

Seth Troxler, Wu Tang Clan and David Rodigan are among the names already announced and now the rest of the line-up has been unveiled, with NAS, Mark Ronson, Soul II Soul, Nicolas Jaar (pictured above), Gorgon City, Eats Everything, Earl Sweatshirt and many more joining the festivities.

The event has sparked a large demand for pre-sale tickets and dedicated fans lined up at Wild Life’s pop-up box office located in Shoreham-By-Sea this week.

Tickets are on general sale now and can be purchased here.

(via Mixmag)

 

Mano Le Tough, DJ Tennis, and Marcus Worgull Remix Vermont on Upcoming EP

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Having already spawned a remix EP overseen entirely by Prins Thomas, the Vermont pair’s self-titled debut LP for Kompakt (a record which we deemed one of 2014′s best) will again be the subject of a forthcoming collection of reworks. For The Other Versions EP, Mano Le Tough (pictured above) and DJ Tennis have been brought in to rework two separate album cuts, while Vermont member—alongside Danilo Plessow (a.k.a. Motor City Drum Ensemble)—Marcus Worgull has taken it upon himself to rework LP standout “Übersprung.”

Set to arrive on February 16 via Kompakt in both vinyl and digital forms, the tracklist and artwork for the upcoming Other Versions remix collection have been included below.

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1. Übersprung (Mano LeTough Mix)
2. Übersprung (Marcus Worgull Edit)
3. Majestät (DJ Tennis Edit)

(via XLR8R)

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Philadelphia’s Louis Futon storms into the new year with his self-titled EP featuring four original tracks and three remixes, all of which are available as free downloads. A cross between future bass and trap, the entire album demonstrates the many sides of the young producer’s creative vision.

Our two favorite selections from the EP are “Take Off” and “Silk,” which you can stream and download below!

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Toronto singer-songwriter/producer Nick Nikon today releases a new single “Spillin Drinks,” also enlisting the assistance from Australian songstress Vanessa Elisha. The two wrote and co-produced the track for a perfect meld of guy/girl chemistry.

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“Blessing” is a monster that features both Drake and Kanye West, the track serves as the first official single off the upcoming Big Sean album “Dark Sky Paradise”.

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Chicago producer Kywo starting out 2015 with new track “Runaway” on which he collaborates with vocalists Keiya and Khallee setting up a spectacular feel-good futuristic r&b/pop track.

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Louis Futon just dropped his new EP with some amazing artists remixing the already incredible songs. TJANI’s “Sir Rock” remix by Louis Futon goes beyond tropical house into a new rainforest house sub-genre that leaves any corny hooks at the equator. It’s seriously the smoothest house song I’ve heard in a minute, and the only one I would have make love to. Free download on Louis Futon’s website.

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Working with sounds from the mid 90s, TKDJS fixated on the hook ‘sellout’ from HOV’s classic “Bounce” and went from there. It wound up taking on an ironic touch for them but they rolled with it and it inspired this fusion of g-house, future house & rave with a little west coast Snoop interlude. They asked themselves “Can you write a song with elements from another decade and still be fresh?…or is it selling out? Does it even matter?” That’s quite the internal dialogue to have while turning out such a club killer, but hey if the struggle is real, go with it. It worked here. Download from Soundcloud above.

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One of the most respected and loyal producers in all of dance music is Deorro. The LA-native has made a name for himself with his infectious, high energy, and fun style of Melbourne bounce as well as his tendency to look after his fans. In a short number of years, Deorro has accumulated his fair share of accolades that many producers strive to accomplish in their lifetimes, including being ranked at 19 on DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs of 2014, the highest new entry of the year. In addition, his original releases and remixes have seen massive chart success around the world, and his fan base, aptly called his PandaFam, is one of the most loyal groups in dance music.

He released his two track Boombox EP (iTunes) last month, after previously announcing that he was taking a break from DJ-ing to focus on his family and his PandaFunk label back in May 2014. His next live appearance will be at this year’s Coachella, and in anticipation of his return to the turntables, we have curated a list of Deorro’s Greatest Hits.

Released in late 2013 on Hardwell’s label, Revealed Recordings, “Yee” was the track that helped Deorro explode onto the scene and solidified his status as a superstar producer. A catchy, bouncy tune with an infectious bass line and a drop that will get any crowd jumping. “Yee” put Deorro on the map and let the world know that he was here to stay.

Just a month after the release of “Yee,” Deorro followed up his first massive hit with another festival monster, “Dechorro,” a heavy-hitting electro house track that bangs with Deorro’s signature style. The talented musician manages to seamlessly transition from a melodic, beautiful beginning to a hyperactive drop with blaring synths and a pounding bassline. Most notably, “Dechorro” was played at the closing ceremony of the Sochi Olympics, bringing Deorro to a truly worldwide audience.

“Five Hours” was a step away from the banging electro house that had come to characterize Deorro’s music, which allowed him to experiment with a melodic progressive sound to create, perhaps, his biggest track to date. “Five Hours” charted worldwide, reaching the number 1 spot on Poland’s Dance Top 50 chart, as well as number 8 on France’s SNEP official French Singles Chart. Featuring irresistibly catchy vocals paired with a bouncy bass line that makes you want to move, “Five Hours” is one of Deorro’s best releases.

“Flashlight” was a collaboration between R3hab and Deorro. Both known for an exciting brand of banging electro house, the two complemented each other perfectly to create a track with a huge build up, thick leads, driving rhythms, and a booming drop.

Finally, in a return to his own style, Deorro reinforced his position as a tastemaker in the electro house arena with his original track “Bootie In Your Face.” Layering together a catchy vocal loop with glitchy synths and a thumping bass line, Deorro created a track to cement his legacy as one of the best producers in dance music.

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Let’s take a quick break from the dance music world to take a trip to the music sphere of indie rock ‘n’ roll. NYC’s indie-rock band, Prelow, keep away from the electronic production scene and stick to their organic training in classic rock instruments. Prelow has been crafting their debut EP, Why Does Everything Happen So Much, over the past year and have finally released it in full form.

The EP exhibits the band’s versatile creative abilities as each track stands out from the others. Although they spaced out the release of each track, the EP delivers a full picture of Prelow’s imagination and musical exploration. Grab your copy of Why Does Everything Happen So Much over at iTunes and be on the look out for Prelow in the future!

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Andrei Stephen mysteriously appeared this past Sunday night with his first record, a future house remix of “Some Chords” with apparent electro influences. The remix was Stephen’s submission for Beatport and Deadmau5’s “Some Chords” remix competition, where the winner will see his or her track be released on Beatport as an exclusive mau5trap remix. With so much at stake, Stephen delivered a killer remix by infusing the gritty, electro track with darker undertones and warping synth notes. Listed as being 18 and hailing from Toronto, this young prodigy has put together a remix his hometown hero can surely be proud of.

Check out his remix on Beatport’s contest page here, and vote to help Andrei Stephen win!

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