Mix | Here Are The Highlights From Matt Medved’s New Nest HQ Interview &

Posted by on February 28, 2017

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Matt Medved, senior editor at Billboard Dance, has been around the music industry block a number of times the past couple years. From conducting panels at EDMBiz to helping The Fat Jew’s Major Lazer tribute band, Major Behavior, start to moonlighting as a house DJ, the Rochester native has his hands in all assets of music and recently sat down with Skrillex-backed media platform, Nest HQ, to discuss some current event and the future of dance music in 2017. Here are the highlights along with his recent Shaman House mix for SiriusXM. Check out the full interview on Nest HQ here.

Highlight 1: His picks for future stars in dance music are ATTLAS, Cashmere Cat, Alison Wonderland, Marshmello, Mark Johns, and Martin Garrix.

Highlight 2: Medved is an avid fan of the Berlin house scene and two of his favorite artists in the scene are Nico Stojan and Unders.

Highlight 3: Shaman house is a term he made up that describes house music at a 118-122 bpm level that uses tribal and spiritual sounds.

Highlight 4: He played Sunburn festival in India and some kid said he was his favorite trap DJ when he did not in fact play the genre.

Highlight 5: He believes Donal Trump’s presidency is “Un-PLUR” and that artist should use their platforms to mobilize people like Chance the Rapper did getting people to the polls.

Trap | Jayceeoh Delivers Huge “Super 7 Volume 6” Mix

Posted by on September 3, 2015

Interlock’s JAYCEEOH continues to deliver the twerk and trap with his “Super 7 Mix Series”. Not familiar? He recruits six of the best DJs across the globe to offer 10 minute mini-mixes compiled together for 70-minutes of awesomeness. For his latest offering, he’s brought TJR, NGHTMRE, Party Favor, Lookas, Tropkillaz, and TWRK. A serious lineup to say the least. Grab the free download below in anticipation of the weekend.


Deep House, House, Mix | Sam Feldt’s TomorrowWorld Mix Will Have You Movin’ And Groovin’ Until September

Posted by on August 7, 2015

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Following mixes of Michael Calfan, Benny Benassi, Shaq Aka DJ Diesel, and more, the Netherlands’ Sam Feldt gives us a sneak preview of what he is to bring to the Chattahoochee Hills of Georgia in September with the next installment of TomorrowWorld’s Exclusive Mix series. Comfortable mixing any type of deeper driven house, Sam Feldt’s knowledge of what moves and grooves is truly impressive when you see it clear cut in his mixes. For his TomorrowWorld Exclusive Mix, Sam Feldt keeps his style in tact throughout yet takes a couple quick turns to keep us on our toes. From The Him’s remix of “Headlights” to EDX’s remix of Feldt’s “Show Me Love” to Lash’s remix of “King,” this mix tells us that Sam Feldt will be bringing his A-game to TomorrowWorld in September. Up for free download as always, Sam Feldt now opens the door for another artist of TomorrowWorld to take over.

Tickets for TomorrowWorld are available in limited quantities here.


Mixtapes | Louis the Child – Solé Fixtape Vol. 37

Posted by on August 6, 2015

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The gentlemen of Solé Bicycles have brought forth yet another spot on Fixtape, this time teaming up with Splash House for a special edition of the Fixtape Series.

Hailing from the windy city, Volume 37 of the Fixtape Series features the child prodigy duo of Freddy and Robby aka Louis the Child. While they may barely be of proper drinking age, these guys are well on their way to becoming a household name. The boys put together a top mix, packed a ton of tracks into this one, with the goal to keep the you engaged for 45 glorious minutes.

[Giveaway]: Head over to Solé Bicycles’ Facebook for you chance to win a custom bicycle & 2 VIP tickets to Splash House this weekend 🙂

Electro-House, House, Mix | FNT Premiere: Black Tiger Sex Machine Bring Mad Max Into Dance Music With New Mix

Posted by on August 6, 2015

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Black Tiger Sex Machine, the masterminds behind Kannibalen Records, are premiering their tenth Futuristic Thriller mix with the FNT crew right here. For those of you who don’t know about their mix series, the Canadian trio put together a mix like normal, but integrate movie snippets for something truly special. This time around, they bring Mad Max into the mix for a thunderous forty-five minute long barrage of high-octane records ranging from the BTSM catalog, to fellow Kannibalen releases from Apashe, Lektrique and Haezer. Black Tiger Sex Machine just got done playing Lollapalooza where they rocked it, so make sure to hit up a show if they are playing in your area. Their live show is just as energetic as this wild mix!

Free Download: Black Tiger Sex Machine – Futuristic Thriller X

Pop | RAC Takes ZZ Ward’s “LOVE 3X” to the Dance Floor

Posted by on July 8, 2015

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ZZ Ward is a pop starlet who is just awaiting the release of her new album This Means War that is due out this September. A single off the LP, “LOVE 3X,” is seeing itself get the remix treatment from a number of producers, and the first of the bunch is indie-pop remixing champion RAC. Not in his usual commercial house style, RAC lets ZZ Ward’s vocals stay in its sing-a-long demeanor while he puts a fluttering bass, hiccup percussion, and spiced up vocal chops to give it that electronic-tinge. RAC never fails to impress and neither does ZZ Ward.

Bass | Mysteryland USA Calls Upon Sweater Beats For ‘Music of Mystery’ Mix Volume 2

Posted by on May 18, 2015

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The Mysteryland USA headliners and heavyweight acts are quite possibly one of the most diverse lineup of electronic acts of any festival. From Adam Beyer to Madeon to Robin Schulz to Diplo, every genre under the son is represented, but if you look even closer at the “smaller” names, there is some serious talent grumbling on the smaller stages of the festival’s second year. On the Webster Hall Presents Boys + Girls stage, the names are all impressive, and to show off what that stage will be bringing on the Sunday of Mysteryland, Sweater Beats was brought on to give a taste of what fans can expect with the second volume of the festival’s ‘Music of Mystery’ mixtape series. A glitchy, ADHD-injected medley of future cuts, Sweater Beats mixes 65+ tracks in the small space of an hour masterfully and really demonstrates what will be happening when he takes his place behind the decks. Get your mind thrown for a whirl with the stream above and tickets for Mysteryland USA are available here.