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Arty & Mat Zo Tour Date Details + 70 Track Mix!


Arty and Mat Zo tour dates:

Sydney – Home – 28th March (Good Friday Eve)
Adelaide – HQ Complex – 29th March (Good Friday)
Brisbane – Family – 30th March (Easter Saturday)
Melbourne – Billboards – 31st March (Easter Sunday) – With MaRLo

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01. Andrew Bayer – Let’s Hear That B Section Again [Anjunabeats]
02. The M Machine – Tiny Anthem [OSWLA]
03. Birdy Nam Nam – Defiant Order [OSWLA]
04. DJ Falcon – Honeymoon [Roulé]
05. Justice – Helix (Gesaffelstein Remix) [Ed Banger]
06. Mat Zo feat. Rachel Collier – Only For You (Album Mix) [Anjunabeats]
07. Spirit Catcher – Rendez-vous [Z Records]
08. Kill Paris – Baby Come Back [Unsigned]
09. Oliver – MYB [Fool’s Gold]
10. The Paradise – In Love With You [Vulture Music]
11. Gill Norris – Forme (Guy J PM Mix) [Subtract Music]
12. Burial & Four Tet – Moth [Text Records]
13. Duke Dumont – The Giver [Turbo]
14. Daft Punk – Burnin’ [Virgin]
15. Mat Zo – Giving It All Up [Anjunabeats]
16. Filterheadz – The Game [1605]
17. Boys Noize – Ich R U (Jacques Lu Cont Remix) [Boysnoize Records]
18. Ilan Bluestone – Sinai [Anjunabeats]
19. The M Machine – Luma [OSWLA]
20. Mat Zo feat. Chuck D – Pyramid Scheme (Club Mix) [Anjunabeats]
21. Depeche Mode – The Darkest Star (James Holden Remix) [Mute]
22. Bungle – Astral Travel [Soul:R]
23. Netsky – I Refuse [Spearhead Records]
24. Enei – Moving Fast (June Miller Remix) [Critical]
25. Reso – Axion (KOAN Sound Remix) [Civil Music]
26. Mat Zo – Caller ID [Anjunabeats]
27. Airwave – Trilogique (Mat Zo Essential Edit) [CDR]
28. Oliver – Mechanical [Fools Gold]
29. Stoneface & Terminal – Blueprint [Euphonic]
30. John Dish – Karmma [Flamingo]
31. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike – Wakanda [Axtone]
32. Darryl Green & Xendo – Oh Yeah! [Big & Dirty Records]
33. Fedde Le Grand – Put Your Hands Up For Detroit [Data]
34. Sander Van Doorn vs Fedde Le Grand – Dozer vs Put Your Hands Up for Detroit [Doorn / Flamigo]
35. Markus Schulz feat. Departure – Without You Near (Gabriel & Dresden Remix) [Coldharbour]
36. Felix Cartal ft Maja Ivarsson – Tonight (Botnek Remix) [Dim Mak Records]
37. Ferry Corsten – We Belong [Flashover]
38. Chicane – Offshore [Xtravaganza]
39. James Holden – A Break In The Clouds [Border Community]
40. Mark Knight – Nothing Matters (Original Club Mix) (feat. Skin) [Toolroom]
41. Andrea Doria & LXR – Beauty Of Silence (Inpetto Remix) [Roxy Records]
42. Marco V – Song In My Head (Revixed Mix) [Be Yourself]
43. Zedd – Slam The Door [Owsla]
44. Tommy Trash – Monkey See Monkey Do (Re-Edit) [Rising Music]
45. Sander Van Doorn ft MC Pryme – By Any Demand [Nebula]
46. Meck – Feels Like Home (Marco V Dub) (feat. Dino) [Yoshitoshi]
47. Cid Inc – Refrost [LowBit]
48. Roul & Doors – Melody in Harmony [Azuli]
49. Sander van Doorn – The Bass [White]
50. Mat Zo – Sorrow (Theme from The Gladiator) [CDR]
51. Noisia – Could This Be
52. Stoneface & Terminal – Leaving Earth [Euphonic]
53. Mord Fustang & Dajai – Taito vs Every Day of My Life (Acapella)
54. Crookers – Dushi (Slap The Bass Remix) [Southern Fried]
55. John Dahlbäck – Flirt (Club Mix) w/ Your First Time (Acapella) (feat. Terri B) [CDR]
56. Mat Zo – Frequency Flyer [Anjunabeats]
57. Mat Zo & Porter Robinson – Easy [Ministry Of Sound]
58. Mat Zo – Easy (Reprise) [Anjunabeats]
59. Daft Punk – Aerodynamic [Virgin]
60. Eric Prydz – Mighty Love (Instrumental) (feat. Andreas Postl) [Virgin]
61. Boys Noize & Daft Punk – What You Want (Nozeita Remix) vs Aerodynamic [CDR]
62. Sasha – Xpander (12” Remastered Version) [Deconstruction]
63. Noisia – Lilith’s Club [Division Records]
64. Alex Kenji – The Funk [Hotfingers]
65. Wink – Higher State of Conciousness (Marco V Remix) [Strictly Rhythm]
66. Pig & Dan – On Edge [Tronic]
67. Norin & Rad & Fatboy Slim – Bird Is The Word vs Rockafella Skank (Acapella) [Anjunabeats/Skint]
68. Junior Jack – E Samba [Defected]
69. Mat Zo Hurricane (Album Mix) (feat. Eyes That Lie)
70. Mat Zo – Fall Into Dreams (Album Mix) (feat. Pete Josef) [Anjunabeats]

Tiesto’s ClubLife Podcast #304


Recently updates with Tiesto’s club life podcast’s will be updated frequently on YouTube. The latest one to be uploaded, being number 304, is his second hour.  Be sure to click Subscribe to get all the latest when they are released, and all in HD as well! I have linked below the latest one to be released, so hit the play button to listen to Tiesto’s best work, if you enjoy the remixs and mash-ups then don’t forget to visit the Facebook page of the uploader.


01. Club Life — Intro (Hour 2)
02. Jordy Dazz — Claymore
03. David Guetta feat. Sia — She Wolf (Falling To Pieces) (Sandro Silva Remix)
04. ID — ID
05. Kaskade vs. Sandro Silva & Quintino feat. Mindy Gledhill — Epic Call Out (Kaskade Mashup)
06. ID — ID
07. Dada Life — Bass Don’t Cry
08. Rihanna — Diamonds (Congorock Remix)
09. Sato Goldschlag feat. Wynter Gordon — Mr. Mister (Laidback Luke Remix)
10. Steve Aoki & Angger Dimas vs. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike — Phat Brahms (BlasterJaxx Bootleg)
11. Savage Skulls — Top Dog
12. Sandro Silva — Thug
13. Red Hot Chili Peppers — Californication (Promise Land Bootleg)
14. Yves V — Mandala
15. Nicky Romero & Zedd — Human
16. Cryogenix — Fire Like This (Daddy’s Groove Re-Beats)
17. The Loops Of Fury — I Need

Best Trance Magical Mix 2013


This trance mix goes for almost 1 hour and 20 minuets, that means you have over 1 hour to dance and shake it! Now the tracklist was released, (see below) you don’t need to worry about searching and trying to track down your most favourite song of this mix. Now if you want the whole hour and 20minutes worth, here is a link where you can download an mp3 version.


1. Fonzerelli feat. Sash – Ecuador (Fonzerelli Remix Mix) 0:00
2.Ossie – Holyland 4:29
3.Rex Mundi – Sunrise At Ibiza (Drive Mix) 9:13
4.Mike Foyle vs Signalrunners – Love Theme Dusk (Mike’s Broken Record Mix) 13:48
5.Boom Jinx feat. Key – Eternal Reminiscence 20:26
6.Richard Durand – Sunhump 2006 28:10
7.Frost & Maron – Mute Your Mind 33:00
8.Galen Behr VS Hydroid – Carabella (Orjan Nilsen Remix) 37:10
9.Galen Behr – Time Will Tell 41:39
10.ReLocate Feat.MIDOR – Alcatraz 46:00
11.The Thrillseekers – Synaesthesia (Alex M.O.R.P.H. Remix)51:57
12.Armin Van Buuren – Shivers (Alex M.O.R.P.H Remix) 58:23
13.FKN Feat. Jahala – Why (Aly & Fila Remix) 1:02:22
14.DJ Shah feat. Adrina Thorpe – Back To You (Aly & Fila Mix)1:06:57
15.Paul Oakenfold – Southern Sun ( Christian Pheng Upbeat Remix) 1:12:05

Christina <3 Sia


Australian songstress Sia has been busy hard at work writing a hit new song for Christina Aguilera’s new Album Lotus, Sia has confirmed ‘Blank Page’ will be on Christina Aguilera’s forthcoming album ‘Lotus’ and she thinks it is ”amazing”.


Interview -Daily Telegraph

It is not the first time Christina has worked with Sia – she also wrote the track ‘You Lost Me’ on Christina’s ‘Bionic’ album.

Aguilera — who shares a birthday (December 18) with Furler — won over Sia with a fan email.

Furler’s 2005 song Breathe Me — used in Six Feet Under and countless other TV shows and ads — was just one of Aguilera’s favourite Sia songs.

‘‘Obviously she likes Breathe Me, that’s the one everyone goes for, but she mentioned seven songs as far back as the first Zero 7 album, and songs likeDestiny and Distractions, and a song called Moon from my last album that nobody ever picks as a favourite.

‘‘That won her some points, she’s a listener, she knows my random album tracks nobody gives a s— about. That’s pretty flattering.”

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Though Furler was shocked the singer knew who she was, the feeling was mutual — Furler expressing her love of Aguilera’s ballad Beautiful.

And it was Sia’s way with ballads that Aguilera wanted for her own musical DNA.

‘‘That’s why I’m here, that’s my department, I’m from the ballads department,” Furler says.

‘‘We’ve written some really wonderful songs. I would put any of the songs we’ve written on one of my albums. And it’s a total collaboration. There are some artists who walk in and say ‘I want to write a song about a stiletto’, then walk out again.

‘‘You write the song and they take a third. That’s not at all what it’s been like working with Christina. Often she saves the day when we’re stuck.”

The collaboration (including Furler’s bassist Sam Dixon) has already yielded four tracks, with Aguilera wanting to write more.

‘‘There have been a few goosebumps-on-my-scalp moments I must say,” Furler says. ‘‘I definitely pooped my pants when she first sang out loud in the room with us. She’s dope. She can afford to take risks. She’s at a place in her career where she could do a line-dancing record and it’d sell a bazillion copies because it’s her singing. That what she touches turns to gold.”…

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She’s also about to write lyrics for a ‘‘huge pop star” she declines to name but her hints — ‘‘one of her past lyrics is one of my favourite of all time, it’s about boobs and it’s hilarious” — suggest it may well be Shakira.

This new life as songwriter for hire is clearly taking off.

‘‘It’s all just started happening this year,” Furler says. ‘‘I don’t know who talked me up in the pop world but word has spread that I’m easygoing and fast at writing songs. I can clear my mind and lyrics just come out, it’s very easy for me. Christina said, ‘It’s so easy to write with you’ and that’s the ultimate compliment.”

Furler’s third album, Some People Have Real Problems, was released in January last year.

Hidden track Buttons became a radio hit; the album reached No.26 on the US chart.

The success was all the more impressive considering Furler has long shunned offers of a major record deal. She’ll finish album No.4 in April, then has to deal with ‘‘all the boring politics that come with making an album actually happen once it’s been recorded” to ensure a release by October.


This wonder duo /collaboration is set to make waves, and Sia truly is on the fame gravy train from here on in with her incredible talent.

‘Dream Show’ for Sydney bassheads!!

Have you ever looked at a club flyer from the london bass scene and thought to yourself “,if only we had those lineups here” … well ,  over at Chinese Laundry  they have thought the same way over and over again.

In fact , they have thought about it that much that it was only a matter of time before they put our thoughts into practice to give Sydney bass heads what would seem to be a “Dream show”

Their first show to kick the new year off on Jan 5th,will be bigger than the balls on a donkey !

Laundry have  picked the best in the business straight from london town to give you a showcase of bass!



The man behind Never Say Die Records , Skism returns to Australia to reign supreme and showcase his amazing 4 deck show. A dj like no other, you may know him from such bangers as…


Mix tracks like this in with his labels tunes , his 4 deck quad drops, his entertaining stage presence and 3 or 4 vodkas and we are in for one hell of a party!

Bare Noize


Another badman from londontown with countless tunes on rotation from the worlds biggest producers with hits like


Hailing from labels as Mau5trap , Ministry Of Sound , EMI and more, if your up for listening to robots having a gang bang, this man is your draw card.

Brookes Brothers


From the breakbeat Kaos stables comes the Brookes Brothers, mega party starters with their melodic drops and groovy drum patterns. If you don’t know these guys, they have been receiving airplay on bbc radio 1 with tunes such as…


Brookes Brothers  need no introduction if you’ve been following drum n bass for quite some time, these guys will be sure to have you moving and grooving. Touring around the world for many years they have perfected their sets to display a vast knowledge of what is needed to get you going.

Ed Rush


Being one of the first people to change the face of a genre  and pushing new trends Ed Rush is undeniably  one of the godfathers of Drum n Bass music. Forever being at the top of  bills for quite some time you may know such tunes as…


And many many more, I’m just scratching the surface a little, we would be here for years if i had to show you my best tunes from him.

This is set to be a huge start to 2012, one purely for the bass heads to celebrate the start of the new year the only way we know how , to  rave.

This will be the first of many for 2013 so make sure you prepare yourselves.

Full Line Up

 Skism (UK)

Brookes Brothers (UK)

Ed Rush (UK)

Bare Noize (UK)

Surprise International Guest

Doctor Werewolf








King Lee


More info HERE