Felguk

Felguk is the stage name of the Brazilian DJs and music producer duo Felipe Lozinsky (born February 12, 1986) and Gustavo Rozenthal (born February 26, 1982). The duo performed – and had their single “2nite” as the track for the official trailer – at world-renowned dance music festival Electric Daisy Carnival 2010. Later that year they played at Nocturnal Festival 2010, and peaked at #2 in Beatport with their remix of the 2007 dance hit “Exceeder”. Felguk have also remixed Madonna’s 2009 single, “Celebration”, Flo Rida featuring David Guetta “Club Can’t Handle Me”, and The Black Eyed Peas “The Time (Dirty Bit)”.The duo began their own imprint, Dongle Records, in 2011, where they have released two singles, ‘Blow Out,’ and ‘Jack It,’ and will have another EP titled ‘Bassive’ out on Beatport on November 22nd.  In October of 2011, Felguk was voted #87 in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs poll.

On Repeat (Felguk’s Latest Album Release)

Porter Robinson

This 19-year-old talent has been touted by his peers (read Tiësto, Skrillex and Deadmau5) as one of the nu-breed saviours of electronic music, and having only experienced the limelight for just a few months, his achievements paint the picture of a super bright future.

2011 saw Porter achieve what some do in an entire career. He provided solid tour support to Tiësto and Skrillex, as well as debut appearances at Electric Daisy Carnival, Ultra Music Festival and Electric Zoo that led to him entering DJ Mag’s Top 100 and the Billboard Top 21 Under 21 chart.

His EP “Spitfire”, which crashed Beatport’s servers on release, smashed its way to the #1 position in the process and held fort for 2 weeks solid. He’s already remixed Lady Gaga and Avicii, and has a string of A-list artists knocking down his door.

Porter Robinson – Essential Mix (Live from Hull) (BBC Radio1)

Tracklist:

01. Porter Robinson vs. Far Too Loud – Spitfire vs. Start The Party
02. Wolfgang Gartner – Space Junk
03. Spencer & Hill feat. Lil Jon – Less Go (Chrizz Luvly Remix)
04. Tiesto – Maximal Crazy
05. Justice – D.A.N.C.E. (MSTRKRFT Remix)
06. Kill The Noise – Kill The Noise (Alvin Risk Remix)
07. Michael Woods – VMS
08. Tiesto feat. Kay – Work Hard, Play Hard
09. Dada Life – Kick Out The Epic Motherfucker
10. Porter Robinson feat. Jano – The Seconds
11. Deadmau5 vs. Porter Robinson feat. Amba Shepherd – Arguru vs. Vandalism
12. Wolfgang Gartner – The Champ
13. Porter Robinson feat. Jano – The Seconds
14. Deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner – Animal Rights
15. Skrillex & The Doors – Breakin’ A Sweat (It’s Alright) (Zedd Remix)
16. Knife Party – Destroy Them With Lazers
17. Skrillex feat. Ellie Goulding vs. Marcel Woods – Summit vs. Black Angus
18. Hardwell – Spaceman
19. BT & Adam K – Tomahawk
20. Bart B More – Traction
21. Angger Dimas vs. Tommy Trash – Big Fucking House vs. Future Folk
22. Plump DJs vs. Chuckie – Gobstopper vs. Who’s Ready To Jump
23. Michael Calfan – Resurrection (Axwell’s Recut Club Version)
24. Johan Gielen & Jan Vervloet – Music For Free (Jan Vervloet Remix)
25. Swedish House Mafia vs. Knife Party – Antidote (Instrumental Mix)
26. Heatbeat – Rocker Monster
27. Chris Lake vs. ID – Sundown vs. ID
28. Knife Party – Internet Friends
29. Porter Robinson – Unison (Knife Party Remix)
30. Porter Robinson – 100% In The Bitch
31. Feed Me – Pink Lady
32. Afrojack – Polkadots 2010 (Oliver Twizt Remix)
33. Kaskade feat. Rebecca & Fiona – Turn It Down
34. Zedd – Shave It (Kaskade Remix)
35. Spencer & Hill feat. Lil Jon – Less Go (Porter Robinson Remix)
36. Calvin Harris – Feel So Close
37. Adam K & Duro The Third vs. Daft Punk – Daun’t Kick My Bag Bitch vs. Harder Better Faster Stronger
38. Uppermost – Mainstreaminization
39. Dubsidia vs. Tom Hangs feat. Shermanology – Kill Humans (Dirtyloud Remix) vs. Blessed (Avicii Edit)
40. Deadmau5 feat. Rob Swire – Moar Ghosts N Stuff (Hard Intro Version Mix)
41. Noisia – Machine Gun
42. Porter Robinson – ID
43. Porter Robinson – Say My Name

Electrixx

We could write on and on about chart ranks, releases and other unnecessary info, but that is just the boring shit that you don’t really care about. So let’s get straight to the point. Electrixx was founded in 2003 on a drunken binge in Berlin with the motto: let us fuck the world. Quite frankly, they’ve been doing that with their mind blowing swell of nasty, hardcore electro beats ever since. With over 12,000 fans on social media sites Facebook and Twitter, they were voted as one of Beatport’s Best of 2009. In Brazil, where they’ve been played to audiences of over 15,000–they were voted best Electro/Techno Act of 2010.
With an artist’s busy schedule of sex, drugs, and music, you can’t expect them to be able to sit down and handle the mundane task of writing a musician biography. What is it about Electrixx that you don’t know all ready? Maybe it’s that their first release “Frequenzstörung” sold out in less then a week, that their chart-destroying single “Tetris” was the theme song to the film ‘Step Up’ and part of Tiesto’s Kaleidoscope Tour? That there are more then 100 singles released by Electrixx, and every single of them has at least broken the top 20 of any selling charts?
Or possibly it’s just this simple fact: That anytime Electrixx is on the lineup, the audience is guaranteed to an amazing live act to entice their senses both musically and visually.
2011 will be an action packed year with the promise of many international shows, including the upcoming world tour called “The Darkside of the Discoball”. The new show will be a live act, based around the dirty electro beats that Electrixx is known for. It will include a complete personalized LED stage that will be controlled by Electrixx themselves. This will be a must see event! This tour will be connected to Electrixx new live album, which is set to release in March of 2011. As a gift to their loyal fanbase, Electrixx will be giving 10,000 CDs away. Expect many re-edits of Electrixx classics, as well as unreleased music to develop this year as well.
It’s so hard to explain in words Electrixx plans for this year and we know you just don’t care about the words…you want the music. In the past few years, Electrixx has become a force within the EDM scene with over 160 live shows in 2010; they’ve reached the mind and bodies of over one million people and flown almost 500,000 miles in the past two years.
2011 is your year to be part of Electrixx. It’s your choice, with their extraordinary sound and performance, they are here to stay—whether you like it or not.

Electrixx – Some Beats (Original Mix)

R3hab

Rising Dutch DJ and producer R3hab has established his name in the international dance scene in a short period of time. His producing skills and love for electronic music have made him one of the highest requested remixers in the dance scene right now, remixing for artists like Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Calvin Harris, Lil Wayne, Ne-Yo, Pitbull, Sean Paul, Dada Life, Snoop Dogg and Bob Sinclar to name a few.
Then there are also R3hab’s original productions that have moved dance floors around the world and more than frequently get listed in Beatport’s charts. His most notable releases to date are ‘Pump The Party’ produced together with Ferruccio Salvo, ‘The Bottle Song’, released on Wall Recordings and the much-anticipated ‘Prutataaa’, which is R3hab’s first collaboration with Afrojack and was released recently.
It might therefore not surprise people that the multi-talented and much-promising R3hab quickly got signed by Afrojack to his Wall Recordings imprint and is quoted as being “one of its biggest talents”.
When it comes to DJ’ing R3hab really knows his business, bringing all the right music to the dance floor at all the right times. Whether you are enjoying his sets on the radio or at the club it is clear that when R3hab is behind the decks people get uplifted and want to dance. There is no getting around the energy that he brings to his craft and this experience is something you really should not miss.
So far R3hab has played at the most famous clubs around the world, in countries like the USA, Spain, Belgium, Greece, Switzerland, Germany, Morocco, France, Australia, England and the Caribbean. 2011 will surely see him continue his trend of travelling around the globe and bringing his music close to you, as well as surprising people with more top quality remixes and original material. Be sure to keep following this young Dutch multi-talent, the best has yet to come!

Porcelain Black & Lil Wayne – Rock n Roll (R3hab’s Ruby Skye Remix)

Moguai

The year 2010 was one that will be remembered as a year of change, development and advancement in both life and in culture.

Perhaps this is part of the reason for the phenomenal rise of Andre Tegeler, better known to the dance community as Moguai.

A far-reaching and highly respected DJ on his homegrown German circuit, it could also be argued that you only get out what you put in – with this case, Moguai has fully reaped the rewards of a hard working ethos and highly honed production sound, firmly establishing himself as a One to Watch for 2011 and a rapidly growing worldwide fan-base.

In between the worldwide release of his debut album WE AR LYVE (the first non-Deadmau5 album released on the rodent Mau5trap imprint), and turning out high profile remixes for the likes of famous boffin Moby and ambient minor-tone masters of chill Royksopp, Moguai has been constantly touring, honoring a packed schedule which has seen him twice head over to the US and Asian continents as well as wowing Europe wide audiences and parties with his unavoidable energy, selection and persona.

The demand for Moguai and his newly formed LYVE setup has been represented fully over the past 3 months, planning, devising and creating quality tracks like they’re letters of the alphabet. 2010 saw him release Dynamik on Mau5trap with global house sensation Michael Woods, remix classic dance stalwarts Moonbeam, hold the biggest competition that DJ Download ever participated in and more recently, releasing his most accomplished and popular track to date – ‘8001 / Stay Planetary’, which made the playlist of Pete Tong’s Essential Selection show and covered by a flurry of tastemaker press and magazines including a front cover on Raveline magazine. For further proof check out the Beatport stats: several positioning’s in the overall chart with singles 8001, Oyster and Nyce – and reaching No.1 in the progressive house chart – the boy wonder is fully deserving of his ascending status as Germany’s premier breakthrough house DJ.

With recent release on the UK’s Skint label, Steve Angello’s SIZE records and more penciled releases on Mau5trap and the revitalization of the Punx label, 2011 will surely solidify his reputation as molten-hot property.

Moguai – Mpire (Original Mix)

Nicky Romero

It was January 6th, 1989 when young Dutchman Nicky Romero saw his first light of day. Born and raised in a small city called Amerongen, Nicky developed an interest for music at a very young age. At the age of 6 he hit his first snare drum after joining a marching band and this is where it all kicked off for young Nicky. After saving up for a little while, Nicky obtained his first drum kit and started banging away at it like there was no tomorrow. For the next three years there was only one beat to be heard in the Romero household, Nicky’s beat, practising the drums day and night.
Being bored with the drum kit, made way for a brand new set of turntables. Studying and practising his mixing skills were mainly what Nicky’s life consisted of at the time. Already flirting with the idea of making his own music and rocking the crowds some day. When Nicky finished school, the path was clear and the objective was set, producing music became not only a career, but a way of life!
The very first musical offerings Privilege and QWERTY by Romero were snatched up by a small boutique label called ‘Once Records’ the ‘Romero sound’ was born. Next to having a few more releases on small independent imprints, there was a remix for Tony Cha Cha and Sidney Samson: ‘Get On The Floor’ that whirled up a storm of publicity. All the aforementioned achievements, left one more aspect of the production game in need of conquering; the bootleg. Producing his own interpretation of David Guetta’s ‘When Love Takes Over’ resulted in instantly becoming the so called talk of the town with thousands of hits on Youtube and posts on various influential music blogs, Nicky made his entrance into the global scene.
Releasing ‘My Friend’ really paved the way for Nicky. The track released on Spinnin’ Records shot to a 4th place in the overall Beatport top 100 download chart and straight to the top spot on Dutch portal Dance–Tunes. This success resulting in the worlds top artists supporting almost everything Nicky releases nowadays. People the likes of Tiesto, Fedde Le Grand, David Guetta and Sander Van Doorn all often feature tracks by Nicky in their sets. All these accolades make for Nicky being one of the hottest, most sought after producers and remixers on the planet today. With remixes for Green Velvet, Tiesto, Flo-Rida and David Guetta the outlook for 2011 is a promising one.
Nicky’s tour schedule for 2011 is also filling up nicely. Getting invited to play Ultrafest during the WMC and a two-week tour in Australia already pencilled in, leaves just enough time to tour the US and travel through Europe rocking the crowds where ever he plays. All this next to maintaining one of the busiest
production schedules know to man, Nicky Romero has truly entered the top realm within the global dance scene.

Stronger (What Doesnt Kill You) (Nicky Romero Remix)

Hypster

When you think of thumping futuristic beats mixed with full on yet stylish electro, one name stands out from the rest: Hypster. A lot has been accomplished by this young rising star in barely no time. Releasing his debut album and getting into the top electro positions in just one day showed the world immediatley how much potencial he has to offer. With ear-catching EPs such as “The Thrillseekers” hitting the charts hard, or “The Neon Uprising”, which was No1 of all Beatport for weeks, he is demonstrating what he is here to do. Embraced by top international acts such as Tiesto, Miles Dyson, Robbie Rivera or Moguai, Hypster is sure to hit even harder this year!

After being born in the most musical island of the world, something must have influenced this young artist. Apart from Ibiza, where the roots of Hypster and his music are, Miami has also deeply altered the vision of this electronic child, giving him the inspiration and power to make his vibrant creations.

With his arsenal released worldwide exclusively with Plasmapool Records, Hypster is ready to take on the world. From his dirty electro club tracks to his hard dancefloor anthems, this artist is sure to put a smile on your face and a beat in your feet. Don’t be surprised if you see him in a dancefloor near you!

This voyage has just begun so stay tuned for new releases and tour dates.

Promonova feat. Mark Davis “Feeling Better” (Hypster Remix) – Houserecordings

Hypster “Neon Teens” – Plasmapool

Hypster “Dirty Disco Nights” – Plasmapool

Hypster feat. Clover Ray “Disco Love” Plasmapool

Hypster “Nitro Party Music” – Plasmapool

Hypster “The Thrillseekers (Part II) – Plasmapool

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Hypster feat. Clover Ray “That Sensation” – Plasmapool

Hypster “Love N Stuff” (FlatBlock Remix) – Plasmapool

Hypster feat. K Swiff “VIP Superstars” – Plasmapool

Hypster feat. K Swiff & Sally Garozzo “I Know What U Want” – Plasmapool

Hypster vs Gastao R feat. K Swiff “Electric Heroes” – Plasmapool

Megaman “Megabites” (Hypster Monster Remix) – Houserecordings

Hypster “The Uprising” – Plasmapool

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