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The Annual MOS 2013 mixed by The Only and Tom Piper

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iTunes store Australia - Top Dance albums 2013

iTunes store Australia – Top Dance albums 2013

Prepare your speakers and equip your ears – Ministry of Sound are about to unleash the biggest dance compilation of the year. Ministry of Sound present The Annual 2013. Two discs of the best EDM and club tracks, ready to tear apart dance floors across the country this summer!

Mixed by one of Australia’s most formidable duos The Only, and resident fresh-maker Tom Piper, each disc has been finely crafted, creating a phenomenally unique compilation bouncing full of rhythm and delivering what is arguably the best Annual to your stereo yet.

The Only thrash Disc one with a diverse mix of pop and club jams, summoning the arrival of summer with tracks and remixes from the likes of Avicci, Example, Rita Ora, Porter Robinson, Vandalism & iKid, Mobin Master & Ian Carey, Marina & The Diamonds and Florence & The Machine.

Tom Piper loads up the second disc with the best club and EDM hits of the year, featuring the latest from Knife Party, DJ Fresh, 360, The Bloody Beetroots, The Presets, Rudimental, The Aston Shuffle, Wolfgang Gartner, and will.i.am/Eva Simons.

With 45 tracks molded into two discs of dance music perfection, this is the one album which no dance music lover should live without.

 

This is the official video for The Annual 2013 Tour with The Only & Tom Piper. The 29-event tour runs right into January 2013 – see ministryofsound.com.au for more information.

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The Annual 2013 Disc 1 – Mixed by The Only
1. Avicii – Silhouettes (Original Radio Edit)
2. The Only – Looking Back (Original mix)
3. Florence + The Machine – Spectrum (Calvin Harris Remix Radio Edit)
4. Rita Ora feat. Tinie Tempah – RIP (Gregor Salto Remix)
5. Example – Say Nothing (Original mix)
6. Felix Cartal feat. Maja Ivarsson – Tonight (Hot Mouth Remix)
7. Far East Movement feat. Cover Drive – Turn Up The Love (Original mix)
8. Clockwork – BBBS (Original mix)
9. Marina and The Diamonds – Primadonna (Benny Benassi Remix Edit)
10. Hardwell & Showtek – How We Do (Original mix)
11. Hook N Sling & NERVO – Reason (Original mix)
12. Porter Robinson – Language (Original mix)
13. Dirty South & Alesso feat. Ruben Haze – City Of Dreams (Original mix)
14. Zedd feat. Matthew Koma – Spectrum (Radio Mix)
15. The Twins – Coming Home (Original mix)
16. Goodwill & Ron Carroll – You Used Me (Nordean & Those Usual Suspects Remix)
17. Walden – Warmonger (Original mix)
18. Avicii vs. Lenny Kravitz – Superlove (Radio Edit)
19. Alesso & Matthew Koma – Years (Radio Edit)
20. Timmy Trumpet – Snapback (Original mix)
21. Mobin Master & Ian Carey – Lights Out (Ian Carey Club Mix)
22. Vandalism & iKid – Coming Alive (Interceptor Extended Mix)
23. Otto Knows – Million Voices (Radio Edit)
The Annual 2013 Disc 2 – Mixed by Tom Piper
1. Wiley feat. Ms D – Heatwave (DEVolution Radio Edit)
2. Tom Piper, Micky Slim & Majestic – Can’t Kill The Party (Original mix)
3. Michael Woods feat. Ester Dean – We’ve Only Just Begun (Original mix)
4. 360 – Run Alone (AC Slater Radio Edit)
5. DJ Fresh – The Feeling (Original mix)
6. Rudimental feat. John Newman – Feel The Love (Radio Edit)
7. Knife Party – Bonfire (Original mix)
8. Wolfgang Gartner – Flexx (Original mix)
9. Icona Pop – I Love It (Apocalypto Remix)
10. Galantis – Tank (Original mix)
11. Wolfgang Gartner – Flexx (Original mix)
12. Enur feat. Nicki Minaj & The Chopper City Boyz – Ucci Ucci (Fear Of Dawn Remix)
13. Deniz Koyu – Bong (Original mix)
14. Chardy & Andy Murphy Feat. Sean Declase – One Life (Original mix)
15. Firebeatz & Schella – Dear New York (Original mix)
16. Cedric Gervais – Molly (Quintino Remix)
17. The Bloody Beetroots & Greta Svabo Bech – Chronicles Of a Fallen Love (Original mix)
18. Will.i.am feat. Eva Simons – This Is Love (Afrojack Remix)
19. Dog Blood – Middle Finger (Original mix)
20. Sander Van Doorn & Julian Jordan – Kangaroo (Extended Mix)
21. Sebastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash – Reload (Original mix)
22. The Presets – Ghosts – (Adrian Lux Remix Edit)

 

Ministry of Sound’s “The Annual 2013 Tour”

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Mixed by one of Australia’s most formidable duos The Only, and resident fresh-maker Tom Piper, each disc has been finely crafted, creating a phenomenally unique compilation bouncing full of rhythm and delivering what is arguably the best Annual to your stereo yet.

The Only thrash Disc one with a diverse mix of pop and club jams, summoning the arrival of summer with tracks and remixes from the likes of Aviici, Example, Rita Ora, Porter Robinson, Vandalism & iKid, Mobin Master & Ian Carey, Marina & The Diamonds and Florence & The Machine.

Tom Piper loads up the second disc with the best club and EDM hits of the year, featuring the latest from Knife Party, DJ Fresh, 360, The Bloody Beetroots, The Presets, Rudimental, The Aston Shuffle, Wolfgang Gartner, and will.i.am/Eva Simons.

With 45 tracks molded into two discs of dance music perfection, this is the one album which no dance music lover should live without!

Tickets/Event

See individual event pages below for ticketing info.

BrisbaneSydneyHobartLauncestonCoffs HarbourTraralgon,DubboAdelaidePenrithGold CoastSorrentoMagnetic Island,Wagga WaggaKarrathaCoffs HarbourCanberraEatons Hill,BundabergNewcastlePerthMirandaMelbourneAlburyCairns,RockhamptonColacColacWallarooDarwin

The event has already kicked off but here is the list of each event that you are still available to attend. For more details click here to get to the official Ministry of Sound webpage.

2012-12-07 Coffs Harbour Hotel: Coffs Harbour

2013-01-18 Discovery: Darwin

Let us know if you will be attending the Ministry of Sound tour by commenting below! Be sure to share this with your friends so you can Join The Party and like this post if you do!!

EMC: Asia-Pacific’s first Electronic Music Conference!

As an official part of ARIA week Sydney hosted its first inaugural Electronic Music Conference (EMC).

Taking place at Doltone House, Jones Bay Wharf, Nov 27-28 the conference saw some of the most influential names in electronic music gather to discuss numerous issues and topics relating to the Electronic Dance Music industry today.

Australia has been one of the leading markets in dance music for more than a decade.

Taking in over $75 million dollars annually from over 750,000 people attending dance music festivals and with Australians starting to make their mark on the international industry, its about time Australia hosted its own conference to bring the scene together and cement its place in the global market.

Hosted by Sound Alliance (inthemix, Fasterlouder and The Hype Machine)

EMC hosted Masterclasses, keynotes, round table discussions and of course some amazing showcases of emerging and established artists.

Day one opened with Australia’s own Grant Smillie leading a keynote discussion with industry heavyweight Tiesto.

The legendary DJ revealed it takes 35 people to run ‘Team Tiesto’ but he only works with people who are ‘hungry and eager to work with him.”

When asked about this transition from trance to playing the likes of Avicii and Porter Robinson, ” it was a very organic process, I just started liking other music more then trance music. Some fans stuck with it others left, but new fans came.” Although he insisted there was no possibility of an RnB collaboration “that’s up to David Guetta and Calvin Harris.”

Laidback Luke was joined by Nina Las Vegas, Goodwill, & Sam La More for the round table discussion “Beyond Button-pushing: What makes a DJ?” which sparked some interesting comments towards Deadmau5 with Goodwill calling him a “legend manipulator. He probably doesn’t even know what real djing is”

You can watch the entire discussion here…

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Other topics up for discussion included: Underground music, Social media, legal agreements, Surviving as a label, EDM explosion in America, Does EDM need its own industry body? Selling out and the future of Festivals.

These topics were discussed in depth by industry heavyweights such as: Jack Tregoning (inthemix) Scott Commens (Subsonic) Simon Caldwell (Mad Racket) Dan Rosen (ARIA) Stephan Pavolvic (Modular) Tim Mcgee (Ministry of sound) Tommy Trash, Mike Brown (Twitter) Ken West (Big Day Out) and many more…

Moshtix presented the Emerging Artists Showcase at Marquee to close the first day with the line up chosen from hundreds of applications to find the best up-coming EDM artists.

The Chosen six were: The Kite String Tangle, Arcane Revolver, Blunt B, Big Dumb Kid, Laancelot and the Rodskeez.

Day 2 Opened with a controversial discussion on the role of DJ’S with Tommy Trash, Diplo, Nina Kraviz, Matt Stafford and Marlo, moderated by inthemix’s Jack Tregoning.

With comments such as “A lot of DJ’s don’t write their own records but they are still their records”-Diplo if you were not there you definitely want to keep an eye out for the video, uploaded soon to the EMC website.

www.electronicmusicconference.com

Other interesting panels of the day included: How to make it in Australia, Avicii case study, Organising Festivals, How to break radio, The future of nightclubs, and the team behind successful artists.

Amazing speakers such as: Dave Ruby Howe (Triple J) Scott Horscroft (EMI) Ash Penury (Manager-Avicii) Timmy Bryne (Kiss FM) amongst others led these discussions.

The conclusion of EMC was Celebrated at The IVY Pool, artists included: Nina Kraviz, The Knocks, Ivan Gough, Feenixpawl, The Only, Peking Duk, Tom Piper and Walden.

EMC was an all round success from the organisation to the calibre of speakers, and is a necessity on your calendar next year for those in the dance music industry!

You can see photos, videos and get more information from EMC at their official website: www.electronicmusicconference.com