Videos | Galantis – You (Official Video)

Posted by on April 13, 2014

It’s no secret that we love Galantis. I think we love them so much we’re turning into Seafoxes. How this video doesn’t have more views is beyond me. “You” has been getting seriously support. Kaskade dropped it at Ultra this year, and they ended their set at Coachella with “You”. Lucky us, we finally have the official video directed by Dano Cerny. I think it’s fair to say Galantis is the next big thing.

PURCHASE: Galantis – Galantis (EP)

Progressive House | Kaskade & Thomas Sagstad vs. Morning Parade – Under The Stars

Posted by on March 20, 2014


Roughly six months ago I messaged a Swedish producer by the name of Thomas Sagstad and asked what he was planning to do with his remix of Morning Parade’s “Under The Stars”, of which had been sitting on his Soundcloud for months with no signs of an impending release. “Long story boss, but I may still do something with it. We’ll see” is what he replied before sending me a copy of it. Having known all this, it came as quite the surprise when I saw that Kaskade’s name was also on it and it is just now being released as a free download. I have listened to the original remix many times and this collaborative one multiple times as well and can tell you that this remix is about 80% Thomas Sagstad’s. The main melody and most of the chords are his. With that said, this version is better. Kaskade has changed the structure slightly as well as given the song, and especially the build more energy. The mix is also significantly better here. This release has been a long time in the making but it’s finally out.

Free Download: Kaskade & Thomas Sagstad vs. Morning Parade – Under The Stars

House | Stream Kaskade’s Album “Atmosphere” in Full on Rolling Stone

Posted by on September 6, 2013

Kaskade Atmosphere
Kaskade’s album comes out in just 4 days, so you may be content to wait it out until your pre-order comes in. However, for those who are still not sure whether or not they want to get the album, you can now stream the album in full on Rolling Stone. I am almost all the way through and I am very, very impressed. Kaskade outdid himself here. Stream on Rolling Stone here.


Events, Review | Kaskade – It’s You, It’s Me Redux Tour

Posted by on May 22, 2013

kaskade_reduxPhoto by Justin Nizer

I’ve finally washed ashore from the sensational tidal wave that was Kaskade’s It’s You, It’s Me Redux Tour. Everything you heard about drowning in sweat, auditory immersion and house deeper than the Mariana Trench was no exaggeration in reference to what I experienced that Tuesday night at his kick off show in Dallas. I’ll do my best to recreate the atmosphere (hehe) from that show but when it comes down to it, you just have to close your eyes in dive into the music yourself. Conveniently, I’ve provided the San Diego set in it’s entirety for your listening pleasure so all you need to do is press play and come with me on my journey to the most intimate underground electronic show you’ve only seen in your wildest dreams.

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Progressive House | Kaskade & Swanky Tunes feat. Lights – No One Knows Who We Are (Tim Mason Remix)

Posted by on March 26, 2013


The original was something I was not too fond of and seemed to be begging for a remix, especially with the vocals from Lights shining like a bright light on a pitch black night. Tim Mason comes to the rescue with another vintage remix from the Brighton man, who is on the heals of his outstanding original on Size Records released last month “Swoon“. The Size Records man gives this huge collab the melodic spin the track desperately needed with an upbeat, progressive melody and fast moving synths. Kaskade has been playing out the original lately, but hopefully he will switch it up and incorporate this remix into his sets more.

Beatport: Kaskade & Swanky Tunes feat. Lights – No One Knows Who We Are (Tim Mason Remix)

DJ-Set | Ultra Music Festival 2013 Weekend 1 Live Sets

Posted by on March 19, 2013


Ultra always brings some of the best sets from the biggest Djs with a whole host premiers on every stage. Here are the best sets from weekend one that will get you through the week to the second weekend. If you have any requests for more sets, put them in the comments. There were a lot of incomplete sets like Above & Beyond and Tiesto that I did not include, so if you want them just say so, but they are only about 20-30 minutes. Below is Hardwell’s outstanding mainstage set that includes 10 brand new tracks from himself & his label. The rest are after the jump.


House | Mimada’s Top 12 for 2012

Posted by on January 5, 2013

With the renaissance of music festivals and growing popularity of electronic music, it’s safe to say my attendance to live shows grew exponentially in 2012 (not that I had that many years under my belt to begin with). However, this really changed my perception of music and how I listened to it. Before, I would see an artist based on my familiarity with them and listen to their songs on repeat in the parking lot until moments leading up to the show. Now, it’s more so that I attend a concert based on the artist’s live talent and/or how much fun the performance will be. When I hear their songs in the future, I get sentiments of that first time I heard it sitting outside in a grassy field surrounded by flag holders or squished up against girls in moonboots rather than it’s premier on SiriXM radio. For me, music in 2012 was not about what would get me out of bed in the morning or play in the background at the gym while I worked out: it was what I could dive into and take me away from any known reality. I guess it’s always kind of been that way, but once you get a peek at my top 12, I think you’ll understand what I mean.