Dean Sutton has done it again! The acclaimed Electronic musician and DJ has created an album of Party anthems that are sure to be the highlight of your 2014 summer!
DJ 5th Mars and his songs SONAR & ELECTROFY have both been nominated and are now in the semi-finals in the DANCE/ELECTRONIC genre for the ISC (International song-writing competition).
Avicii is quickly making a name for himself, climbing the charts with “Wake me up”. “Wake me up” is the superstar DJ’s first ever top ten on the Billboard Hot 100 with the track at no. 7. The folky EDM is number 3 on Hot Digital Songs with 175,000 downloads (up 27%), according to Nielsen SoundScan. Making “Wake Me Up” taking the number one spot on Dance/Electronic Digital Songs. Lady Gaga’s “Applause” currently holds the number one spot on Dance Streaming songs and Dance/Electronic songs.
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Daft Punk managed to get over 100 million plays of Get Lucky on Spotify, an online streaming service. In celebration, the Frenchies put together a playlist of 20 amazing tracks they like to spin. Check out some of their favourite tracks they like to spin during their free time.
- Good Times – Chic
- The Real Thing – Phoenix
- Tap Out – The Strokes
- Why (12”Vocal) – Carly Simon
- My Girls – Animal Collective
- Electric Feel – MGMT
- Tears – Giorgio Moroder
- Jasmine (demo)
- Chase – Giorgio Moroder, Harold Faltermeyer
- Knight Moves – Chilly Gonzales
- Hypnotize U – N.E.R.D
- He’s The Greatest Dancer – Sister Sledge
- Retrograde – James Blake
- Woods – Bon Iver
- I’m Coming Out – Diana Ross
- You Can Count On Me – Panda Bear
- Amazon – UR
- Main Title – Tami Driver – Bernard Herrmann
- Bugsy Malone – Paul Williams
- I want You Back – A Cappella – Jackson 5
Tomorrowland is now considered one of the worlds most iconic festivals with this years tickets selling out in record time. Its believed approx. 200,000 people will be venturing to Europe stretching from Friday 26 to Sunday 28 July and Youtube will be streaming all the action live.
The three day festival will include some of the biggest names in the music industry such as Tiesto, Hardwell, Avicii, Arman Van Buuren, David Guetta, Afrojack and Nicky Romero.
Tomorroland will be streamed from 9PM to 2AM CEST each day of the festival
Sydney Electronic Music Producer, Harley Streten, better known by his stage name “Flume”, is currently working on a more “club friendly” project called “What So Not” with Sydney-based beat craftsman, Emoh.
The duo have already released an EP for you aural pleasure called “The Quack” which they describe as “a stomper with character, not your everyday 808 banger. It’s raw and real!”
Flume is so keen on the project that he even notified his fans on his Facebook page to “Forget Flume & go listen to What So Not.”
The duo plan to release the full vocal version of “The Quack EP” in a matter of weeks and will include even more collaborations with Action Bronson, Blood Diamonds and D Mac, Queens.
In the meantime, check out WSN Club Remix of the “The Quack EP” on the link below and let us know what you think!