News | TomorrowWorld Reveals Day by Day Headliners, Announces Ticket Price Increase

Posted by on August 12, 2015


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TomorrowWorld just keeps rolling out the announcements. Hot off the heels of an exclusive Sam Feldt guest mix and their superb lineup announcement that established TomorrowWorld as this fall’s premiere electronic music festival, the SFX-produced festival has peeled back the curtain a little bit more by unveiling the headliners playing each day of the festival. All three days of TomorrowWorld promises to showcase some stunning talent, with Sunday featuring the most headliners like Armin van Buuren, Laidback Luke, Jamie Jones, Martin Garrix, and Thomas Jack. As we countdown the days to TomorrowWorld, tickets are moving fast, and unfortunately, ticket prices will be rising this Friday, August 14th at midnight EST, so get yours now!

Electro, House | Jack Eye Jones – Story

Posted by on May 20, 2015

I just found this tune searching Soundcloud, and I definitely found this one in banger city! Jack Eye Jones, Sottish native now living in LA, is here for the taking and making a name for himself. Along with this fire release, Story, it got the Laidback Luke treatment! Take a look at both tunes and let me know what you think.

House | Henrix & Bream Ft. Zashanell – Alright (Original Mix)

Posted by on April 7, 2015


Spring is officially upon us, and for electronic dance music junkies that means only one thing – festivals.’Alright’, out on Laidback Luke’s Mixmash Records, is an upbeat ride through big room drops accompanied by the sultry and yet soothing vocals of Zashanell. This is a track that projects sheer good vibes through its entirety, both lyrically and melodically. “We’re all in need of love, all in need of something, how do you fill that void?” Although much about the scene has changed since its early days, festivals and raves still serve as places free of judgment where every individual can let their freak flags fly. This track is for those kids who are still attracted to the music because it helps them feel at home in a strange world.


House | Spencer Tarring – House Music (Original Mix)

Posted by on November 5, 2014

Spencer Tarring - House Music
Whose ready to make love to house music? Spencer Tarring brings us a special treat from the Shanghai valley. With vocals this smooth (which are recordings of himself) and a beat this fat its a sure party-starter. A guaranteed club-banger, “House Music” will pump soul onto any lifeless dancefloor. The kid is fresh to the scene but he’s already found support from some big players – Firebeatz, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Thomas Gold, Laidback Luke, and Sander Van Doorn. This is not someone you want to miss, so cop this free download ASAP.


Mashups, Mix | DOSVEC – “A.D.D.” Radio Episode #16

Posted by on October 14, 2014

Combining Episode #13, 14 & 15 this months “A.D.D.” Radio show is a quick pace 70 minutes (15 minutes longer than his usual 55 minute radio show BUT who’s going to complain about an extra 15 minutes of jams) 23 tracks that will keep you warm with the colder weather on its way.



Mashups, Mix | DOSVEC – “A.D.D.” Radio Episode #14

Posted by on August 19, 2014

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“A.D.D.” Episode #14 brings some of the biggest commercial songs, club songs and classic house samples into a perfectly mashed 55 minutes. The minute you think you know what is coming up DOSVEC is able to change course without a hitch. Guess it is true “A.D.D.” the mashup show that keeps you guessing what is coming up next.

Finish off the rest of the week with Episode #14 or just keep it on repeat into the weekend 🙂



Progressive House | Laidback Luke & Project 46 ft. Collin McLoughlin – Collide (Karboncopy Remix)

Posted by on March 6, 2014


Taken from the rather subpar remix pack for Laidback Luke, Project 46 and Collin McLoughlin’s “Collide”, the Australian duo known as Karboncopy have clearly the stand out track of the pack (with an honourable mention going to Marc Benjamin’s remix). We all know that, according to this very site, every song Collin McLoughlin is involved in might just go viral and so successfully remixing “Collide” would be no easy task. Karboncopy’s remix hardly resembles the original. They changed the structure of the song and kept the energy high during the break and the bridge before showcasing Collin’s vocals in the build and their fast paced melody in the drop. I might not go as far as to say this version is better than the original but if it isn’t, it’s close.

Beatport: Laidback Luke & Project 46 ft. Collin McLoughlin – Collide (Karboncopy Remix)