This 55 minute music takeover, is a masterpiece when it comes to dance music! Also including some house tracks just to keep you on your feet, this was uploaded recently on Youtube by Spinnin’ Records channel recently for club goers and party rockers to listen to. Below is the playlist of the tracks, all you have to do is hit the play button and let us know how much you actually enjoyed this takeover show!
DubVision takeover edition Tracklist
1: Discopolis – Committed To Sparkle Motion (DubVision Intro Edit) [Axtone Records] 2: Coldplay vs Swedish House Mafia, Deadmau5 & Snowpatrol – Every Veldt Teardrop Is Chasing Cars (DubVision Mashup) 3: Those Usual Suspects – Burn Forever (Michael Brun Remix) [Phazing Records] 4: Arty – When I See You (Alesso Mix) [Refune Records] 5: Royaal & Venuto ft AJ Smith – Summertime (DubVision Remix) [Ministry Of Sound Australia] 6: Swedish House Mafia ft John Martin – Don’t You Worry Child [Virgin UK] 7: Axwell – Nothing But Love For You (Remode) [Axtone Records] 8: Swedish House Mafia vs Snowpatrol, Swanky Tunes & Hard Rock Sofa – Go
9: Greyhound, Open Your Eyes (DubVision Mashup) 10: Thomas Gold vs Hendrik B, Rudy – Miao Leave A Light On (DubVision Mashup) 11: DubVision vs Project 46, The Killers – You & Mr. Brightside (DubVision Mashup) 12: Swedish House Mafia & Usher vs Dyro – Top Of Euphoria (DubVision Mashup) 13: Deniz Koyu vs Axwell – I Found Bong (DubVision Mashup) 14: DubVision vs Alesso & Dirty South – All By Myself In The City of Dreams /w 15: Ingrosso & Alesso ft Ryan Tedder – Lose My Mind (Acapella) 16: Alesso – Clash [Refune Records]
The new single from Ludacrisfeaturing two great stars Usher and David Guetta has reached Billboards around the globe! Reaching higher in Australia, these three are basically legends in their field. The song has elements of Pop, Hip-Hop and production of Dance and Electronic, thanks to Guetta.
Last time Hard Rock Sofa remixed a David Guetta production, they sent “Just One Last Time” to the top of Beatport’s Top 10 Chart. They took the option to remix the song, transforming Guetta’s commercially production work and swapping the sound for a progressive, acid line, while it compliments Usher’s hook. However, the main verses from Ludacris‘ raps have been taken out. With no release date in sight yet, this is a preview of what is there to come.
2012 was a huge year for dance music, championed by the every growing club scene in Las Vegas, an influx of national tours and festivals and the undeniable mainstream acceptance of the “EDM” sound. Only a week into the new year and 2013 is already proving to be an even bigger one for our beloved genre – made abundantly clear today as the Wynn properties (Encore Beach Club, Surrender, Tryst, XS) have just announced their expansive residency roster for the upcoming year. From Bassnectarto DavidGuetta, Aviciito LocoDice, Wynn’s extensive cadre of nightclubs have the sounds to satisfy the full spectrum of electronic music fans.
Managing partner of XS, JesseWaits, had this to say;
“Our team has worked day and night to present an unrivaled roster of residencies again in 2013 including both major headliners and the DJs we believe to be the next superstars of this genre. We hope to maintain our reputation as the mecca of dance music through these exclusive partnerships.”
Check out the full list of residencies after the break.
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