Tiesto’s latest Club Life podcast showcases a fresh new twist on his music. “I’ve got deeper tracks for you,” he announces, and boy are they deep! This new style is surprising, but also so perfect, we hope he develops on this new style, and keeps this steam train rolling!
This curve ball from the EDM king pins’ traditional style, is pitched as ‘club life after hours,’ offering a primarily deep house and chill out mix that is strikingly different from his usual club bangers.
The chill vibes are smooth and seductive throughout the mix. The atmospheric beats create a whimsical and airy presence, with the light beats softly pumping the tracks along. There’s also a few little funky drops scattered throughout the mixes, creating for a different and fun vibe to a remotely chill track.
But whatever he decides to do, we love his music either way!
Stay tuned for his new album though, A Town Called Paradise. It’s streaming now on iTunes radio , but you’ll have to wait just a little longer before you can purchase that bad boy.
Have a listen and let us know what you think about this new sound!
001. Tiësto feat. Matthew Koma – Wasted (Mike Mago remix)
002. Lykke Li – No Rest For The Wicked (Joris Voorn Remix)
003. London Grammar – Hey Now (Sasha Remix)
004. Mickey – Sweet Baby
005. Marcapasos – Reckoner
006. Kraak & Smaak feat. Stee Downes – How We Gonna Stop The Time
007. Noir & Hayze – Angel (Club Mix)
008. Boy – Railway (Daniele Di Martino Edit)
009. Patrick Topping – Forget
010. Mulla – No One
011. Watermät – Bullit
012. My Digital Enemy – Desire Life
013. Oliver Heldens vs. Becky Hill – Gecko (Overdrive)
source via inthemix
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
Richest international DJ, Tiesto, recently revealed that he’s not impressed with Daft Punk’s latest album “Random Access Memory”.
The 44-year-old told the The Huffington Post in a one-on-one interview that the hype surrounding the duo’s album is ‘over-hyped’,It got so much attention because it’s so different and it’s an attitude album,” he told the outlet. “It’s cool to like Daft Punk.” As for lead single Get Lucky: “Even if you’re not into the song, as soon as you hear [it], you see all the cool people go, ‘Oh yeah, this is cool, that’s my song,’ and they don’t really even enjoy it. I’m destroying them now…Sorry Daft Punk.”
Tiesto was also unimpressed with their previous album, Tron, reinforcing his statement that Daft Punk is popular due to the hype, not the music itself, “The Tron soundtrack wasn’t that great and this is not great either, but because it’s Daft Punk and they’re supposed to be cool and they had the amazing pyramid at Coachella a couple of years ago and the helmets — they’re fucking cool. But the music doesn’t deliver on the hype so much.”
Yikes! That’s two strikes for Daft Punk considering …. also thwarted their latest album as ‘rubbish’ in his review (which you can check out here). Despite the negative reviews, Daft Punk’s first release of the album “Get Lucky” is still rating well in the charts. So whether if it’s talent or hype with their latest album, the duo are doing something right.
What do you think of Daft Punk’s latest album? Do you rave it or hate it? Let us know below!
Get into some of Tiesto’s best this Saturday!
In order to kickstart the week we felt as though it was appropriate to rewind to 2011. In doing so, we’ve re-discovered one of Teisto’s all time favourite Club Life Podcasts, no. 167.
Good morning, and you’re welcome