Artists, Pop | Angelika Vee Returns with “All Nighter”

Posted by on June 27, 2016

Los Angeles-based singer Angelika Vee returns with a summer track sure to generate heat well into the fall, and beyond. “All Nighter” is the songwriter/singer’ s latest solo release, after several successful collaborations on dance releases such as Morgan Page feat. Angelika Vee “Safe Till Tomorrow”(Nettwerk Records) and Breathe Carolina’ s “Ruins” (Spinnin’ Records). “All Nighter” is a sultry, steamy journey into the heart of international nightlife, with a catchy hook and a pulsing electronic heart sure to win over clubbers as well as pop music fans this summer. “All Nighter’ s”pumping rhythm, along with its sensual yet singalong melodies, will make you wanna ‘ feel the love’ from the first beat. “All Nighter” was written and produced as a collaboration between Angelika and Athens born (Athens/London based)composer and producer Alex Leon, best known for his work with Playmen and T-Pain,greek pop star Demy, Helena Paparizou,Sakis Rouvas,Onirama and Melisses. He is one of the most successful musicians,composers and producers in the Greek music industry and the music behind plenty radio hits and projects in the last decade.


Posted by on December 3, 2015

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After releasing a sensational debut “Skinny Love” remix, future R&B producer JR Nelson has remained quiet over the past few months fueling up for a winter storm of new material. Tackling Andra Day’s slow and soulful “Rise Up”, JR Nelson remixes her piano-based acoustic sound to bump with his avant-garde pop-style. Nelson fires rolling snare kicks under vibrant synths and swallows Day’s gorgeous tones in an explosion of effervescent horns. Opening the gates to a flood of new music, JR Nelson’s “Rise Up” remix is a refreshing and uplifting play on the future of R&B and pop music.

House, Mashups | DOSVEC – DO MY FACE

Posted by on October 20, 2015

Sometimes taking your time and doing it right is all it takes. With this mashup DOSVEC delivers a extremely catchy version of The Weeknd “Can’t Feel My Face” mashed with a House Classic and the result insures you won’t just listen 2 it ONCE



Future House | Dave Winnel Takes Adam Lambert’s “Ghost Town” Up A Notch

Posted by on May 18, 2015

Building on the success of his “OKAY” remix that I played at AVENU here in Dallas, Sydney’s Dave Winnel is back with an official “Ghost Town” remix on Warner Music. Originally produced by Max Martin, who’s the king of pop music, “Ghost Town” is heavily influenced by the future house sounds that’s dominating the dance space. This is no shock, at contemporaries like Dr. Luke and Benny Blanco have regularly borrowed from the underground but I digress.

Dave Winnel really did this one justice. No release date yet. Keep your eye on this guy. Big remix.

House | FNT Premiere: EVVY – Swing (Evan Gartner Remix)

Posted by on February 11, 2015

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Evan Gartner hits us with some Hamptons House, or what he likes to call some Pop Love, with his remix of EVVY’ “Swing,” and dude chopped and screwed a pop record! Here’s a little codeine with your pop music, I’m digging the future vibes, this is pool party music, and Spring Break is just a few weeks away! We’ve got the premiere, this is a must listen and a must download!

Free Download: EVVY – Swing (Evan Gartner Remix)

Mashups, Mix | DOSVEC – 1hour Workout Mix

Posted by on October 22, 2014


Workout Motivation, we all needed once in a while. Leave it to DOSVEC to put together an hour long mix that will surely give you the motivation when needed. The mix from start to finish is energetic with a good amount of Pop Music that will surely quench any Mainstream listener but still get the juices flowing for the EDM heads.



Progressive House | Tiësto – Red Lights

Posted by on December 18, 2013

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We are seeing a trend here with dance music stars. Now that the biggest and most important music market in the world has bought in to dance music, DJs want a piece of the very lucrative pop pie. This is convenient because pop music is going in the dance direction, notably since the inroads made by Guetta with his tracks in the late 2000s, but it also requires DJs to meet the pop scene half way.

Hits like “Alive”, “Clarity” and “Get Lucky” didn’t sound engineered for radio, but ended up there anyway, but recently tracks like Afrojack’s “The Spark”, Armin van Buuren’s “This Is What It Feels Like”, Ferry Corsten’s “Many Ways” and now “Red Lights” all demonstrate the move to try and appeal to much wider audience. DJs no longer want to be the anonymous guy in the corner spinning tracks, they want to be brands, superstars and with commercial, crossover appeal coming easier every day, you can expect that to become more and more the norm.

The song is incredibly catchy and destined for radio; undoubtably its original purpose. It is the first of three singles from Tiësto’s upcoming album signed to Universal set for release next year. It will be his first album since “Kaleidoscope” back in 2010, so expect something very different. You can get a sneak peak at the process behind it including his producers Matt Nash & Dave Silcox in the studio, and how tracks were chosen on the fifth episode of In The Booth.

iTunes: Tiësto – Red Lights