Refune Radio #001

Track List:

01. Swanky Tunes, Matisse & Sadko – The Legend [Refune]
02. Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl feat. Georgi Kay – In My Mind (Axwell Remix) [Axtone]
03. Alesso – Raise Your Head [Refune]
04. Swedish House Mafia vs. Knife Party – Antidote (Tommy Trash Remix) [EMI]
05. Sebastian Ingrosso & Dirty South – Meich [Refune]
06. Coldplay vs. Swedish House Mafia – Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall [Parlophone]
07. Michael Calfan – Resurrection (Axwell’s Recut Club Version) [Axtone] w/ Axwell & Sebastian Ingrosso feat. Michael Feiner – Together (Acappella) [Axtone]
08. Cazzette – Killmode [White Label] w/ Fatboy Slim – Right Here, Right Now (Acappella) [Skint]
09. Otto Knows – Million Voices [Refune]
10. Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Angello & Alesso – Why Am I Doing This? [White Label]
11. Dirty South & Thomas Gold feat. Kate Elsworth – Eyes Wide Open [Phazing]
12. Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso – Calling (Instrumental Mix) [Refune]

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike (Belgium/Greece) are two of those upcoming names popping up frequently in the electronic music scene lately.. In the past year they have been invading charts and play lists with their various remixes and projects like MadFunk, NoiseFreak, TerraPlastik & MobNoiz. With tracks on the same labels as artists like Eric Prydz, Axwell, Steve Angello & Sebastian Ingrosso,  John Dahlback, Deadmau5, Steve Lawler, Laidback Luke, D.O.N.S., Tom Novy, Tocadisco… just to name a few, their releases can be found in countless record cases worldwide.

Roger Sanchez play listed their ‘Love Can’t Turn Around’ as one of his Ibiza tunes for the summer of 2008 on BBC Radio One’s Essential Mix, the UK’s (and probably the world’s) biggest and most respected house/dance radio show. Their fresh remake of the Prodigy’s classic ‘No Good’ was a worthy follow-up with support of names like Axwell, DaDa Life, The Flash Brothers & Fuzzy Hair.

In August, Dave Lambert asked them to remix his classic ‘Work That Body’, a project that has proven to be very successful and has attracted a wide range of audiences. Their rework was introduced by the Swedish House Mafia on Pete Tong’s Essential Selection and charted by Dirty South,… even Tiësto picked up the track and presented it on his international Clublife radio show. The track will be added to various compilations and has been dominating in the minimal/tech top 10 of most platforms in the last months ( Trackitdown, DjDownload, DjTunes ,..) , The Beatport Techno Top 20 & and even their general top 100. The success of the track was followed up by a remix for Axtone (Axwell’s Top Imprint). The Abel Ramos & Miss Melody ‘Rotterdam City Of Love’ release did really well in the Beatport Tech-House Top 100 and was supported by names like Bob Sinclar, David Guetta, Dirty South, Joachim Garraud, Eric Morillo, Pete Tong, Steve Angello & Sebastian Ingrosso, Sander Van Doorn, Benny Benassi, Arno Cost, Eric Prydz,… Currently their new single ‘Hello Hello’ is getting massive support from names like TV Rock, Paul Van Dyk, Dubfire, Wally Lopez, Antoine Clamaran,…

In the following moths you can expect to see more releases & remix work of theirs popping up on labels like  Joia,  Kingdom Come Cuts, Star 69, Creamminal Records, U.S.O.B. , Mostiko, TheeSixZero Group, LectroChick and many more.  Expectations are especially high for their Swedish House Mafia, Javi Munoz & Albin Myers remixes and  their newest project ‘DNM ft. Jade’ on the toplabel Spinnin’ Records, with the first single ‘Liquid Skies’, which is already sublicenced to various labels & compilations internationally before even being released…

As a team, they played a clubs like Space (Ibiza), Prestige (Ibiza), La Rocca (BE), Versuz (BE), Noxx (BE),  Illusion (BE), Area51 (IT) and many more. They don’t just bring a DJ-set, but a unique live performance. By combining Dimitri’s beats with Mike’s voice, they found a unique style playing together, entertaining the crowd with cd’s, decks, fx and of course… the mic! The brothers bring a great clubbing experience and are known for an energetic and fun performance with a musical cocktail ranging from “hands in the air” peak time, dance floor-destructing electro beats, to a deeper minimal sound and uplifting techy vibes..

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike – Live @ Mysteryland Chile

The Digitalist

He’s played Pacha London, SE1 – london’s biggest club, various other bars in and around London and Brighton, and he’s played in the US in Denver (The Church) – and he’s playing at the Beatport Lounge soon alongside his good friend Trevor Nygaard. In the past he’s played alongside DJs and producers such as LTJ Bukem, The Freemasons, James Harcourt, Tim Healey – and has had guests on his show such as Far Too Loud, Miles Dyson and NAPT.

Cronic Fissure – The Best Of 2011

Tracklist (Part One)

  1. Errr – coming soon!

Tracklist (Part Two)

  1. 48K – Barb Wired (Bad Tango Remix)
  2. Villains – Control The Future (Original Mix)
  3. Demolition Disco – Big Mama (Access Denied Remix)
  4. Wolfgang Gartner – The Way It Was (Extended Mix)
  5. Mord Fustang – Lick The Rainbow (Miles Dyson Breakfest Edit)
  6. Matteo DiMarr – Creep (Original Mix)
  7. Heatbeat – Roses Never Cry (Original Mix)
  8. Adrian Lux, The Good Natured – Alive feat. The Good Natured (Blende Remix)
  9. Monk3ylogic – Cortex (Monk3ylogic Rmx)
  10. Steve Angello, Alex Metric – Open Your Eyes (Digitalist Bass Fatness Edit)
  11. Bill Vega, New Decade – Life Eats Life (Destroyers & Aggresivness Remix)
  12. Mikkas – Syndrome (Original Mix)
  13. Freshquim – The Principle (Original Mix)
    >> Chris Lake – If You Knew (Feed Me Remix)
  14. Neologic, Beat Hunters – Logical Beats (Darth & Vader Remix)
  15. Dilemn – Clapping (The Clamps Remix)
  16. Ftampa, Eric Farias – We are from Brazil (Original Mix)
  17. FTampa, Xangaii – Till The End Of Time (Electrixx Remix)
  18. Aggresivnes – Futurasia (Original Mix)
  19. Aggresivnes – Futurasia (Blazer Remix)
  20. The Digitalist – Do You Like Dem Style (Far Too Loud vs Utku S)
  21. Dylan Rhymes – Kapow! (Utku S. Remix)
  22. The Crystal Method – Come Back Clean (Annie Nightingale & Far Too Loud Remix)

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Hardwell

Award-winning DJ, producer, label manager, music lover, DJMag Top 100 list newcomer and barely 23 years old… Let us present to you: Hardwell!

This talented genius, better known as Robbert van de Corput started his DJ career at the age of 13. After this blow-out Hardwell’s talent was picked up by a Dutch label and they signed him when he was only 14 years old. Shortly after his label signing he started to play at all mayor clubs in the Netherlands.

For the last couple of years, Hardwell has been recognised by the industry as having a new and refreshing take on a scene that continues to evolve and seems to have an everlasting shelf life. His identity and musical development can be summed up in a single phrase, “Big Room House”. He has created his unique trademark as a DJ and producer around this sound.

His growing reputation and success was picked up by party-minded people, they voted for him for the DJMAG Top 100 this year and he got a well deserved #24 spot in the Top 100 list, his first entry into their charts. They pinpointed him as one of the leaders of a new generation of DJs and unequivocally one to watch in the future. The growing momentum of his ‘fresh and open-minded’ label, Revealed Recordings, certainly proves their point, and fans can expect loads of exciting new releases very soon.

Hardwell’s international breakthrough came with his Show Me Love vs. Be bootleg of Steve Angello and Laidback Luke’s track and Robin S’ classic. That bootleg became one of the biggest and most played dance hits of 2009.

In 2010 Hardwell went on to release several noteworthy tracks such as Alright 2010 ft Red Carpet and Feel so High ft I-Fan, licensed to 10 countries. Tracks like Molotov and Voyage and Move It To The Drum, a co-production with Chuckie, have had great support from the biggest names in the scene.

After launching his label Revealed Recordings in 2010, Hardwell also started with the release of the brand new Revealed compilation series. Hardwell presents Revealed gives you a clear vision about the sound Hardwell and the label represent. After two successful editions he will soon bring you volume three of the Revealed compilation series. On top of this killer list, Hardwell’s Eclectic Beatz compilations are some of the best selling mix albums of the last few years with 10 editions released in total. This summer he was also chosen to mix the 2011 Amnesia Ibiza compilation.

Hardwell has already showcased his remix skills for top DJs such as Fedde Le Grand, Armin van Buuren, Tiësto, Bob Sinclar, Chris Lake, Funkerman, Laidback Luke, Sharam (Deep Dish), Steve Angello, Booty Luv, Flo Rida ft. Akon, Martin Solveig, Dada Life, Alex Gaudino ft. Kelly Rowland, Gareth Emery and Hi_Tack.

2011 remixes include huge smashes like Taio Cruz, Hangover (Hardwell Remix), Tiësto ft. BT, Love Comes Again (Hardwell 2011 Rework), Martin Solveig ft. Kele, Ready 2 Go (Hardwell Remix) and DJ Fresh ft. Sian Evans, Louder (Hardwell Remix). But that’s not all! Hardwell’s bootleg of Avicii Levels had 100.000 plays on Soundcloud in only four days. His position as a true crossover artist is crystal clear – he’s in demand by some of the world’s biggest artists to give their tunes that big room house vibe.

This year Hardwell has continued to produce top records such as Encoded, a track with a teaser that was viewed over 700.000 times on YouTube, reached the Beatport Top 10 and gained major support from the biggest DJs worldwide. And did we mention his collaboration with Tiësto on hit record Zero 76 in February 2011? This banger went to #1 on Beatport and received a huge amount of airplay worldwide.

That success was compounded by the release of his track Cobra. This tune went to #1 in the dance charts in Holland and stayed for a month and a half in the Beatport Progressive House Top 10 after being released in over 20 countries worldwide. The teaser of this track had 100.000 views on YouTube in one week. He also collaborated with Nicky Romero on a tune called Beta, another huge hit that achieved international success. Watch out for new track Spaceman landing soon, as it’s bound to make you pay attention!

In March 2011 Hardwell launched his very own radio show, Hardwell On Air, giving everyone who hears it
an extra boost for the weekend. The show is broadcasted on Holland’s top dance station, SLAM!FM, on Sirius XM in the US and on Radio FG France and Belgium with more stations to be announced soon. Next to Hardwell’s latest floorfillers, the show also provides a platform for new DJ talent and shows Hardwell’s status as a true tastemaker in the music industry.

Behind the decks Hardwell never fails to deliver. His exceptional technical skills, variety of music, distinguished looks and that added personal touch make him stand out. These days he’s bringing it to the masses, with performances all over the world from Sydney to Miami and Ibiza to London. Hardwell recently toured with Tiësto through North America and made his debut at one of the worlds biggest dance events, ‘Sensation’ in Prague, Czech and Denmark and he did a full tour in the USA and played at EDC/Electric Zoo. His own event, ‘Hardwell Presents Revealed’ is well on its way to setting clubs worldwide on fire and upcoming gigs include an Extended USA Tour and headlining Energy 2012 “The Network”, one of the biggest indoor events in Europe and of course Revealed night at Set Miami

Do we need to continue? It’s clear as a bell… There’s a new kid on the block, and he’s here to stay.

Hardwell – Cobra (Official Energy Anthem 2012)

Tim Mason

Appropriately titled debut single The Moment captured the imaginations of dance floors around the world. What just happened? Who’s this record by?

After weeks of support from DJ’s including Tiesto, David Guetta, Laidback Luke, Dirty South, Calvin Harris and Erick Morillo, label boss and one third of Swedish House Mafia, Steve Angello, announced that this track was in fact the first instalment from Tim Mason, a new artist he’d signed to his record label, Size Records.

“I love how something that is so intangible can connect so many people whether they’re in the same place or a million miles away. I live for those moments on the dance floor when everyone and everything is electric. I knew I had to make music,” says Tim, and his passion is brought to life in his productions and performances.

Roars, screams and heart-shaped signals infect audiences at festivals, clubs and arenas where he has played in the UK, Europe and Canada as his remixes of Moby’s “After”, David Guetta “Where Dem Girls At”, Lucid “I Can’t Help Myself”, Nadia Ali/Alex Kenji/Starkillers “Pressure” and forthcoming Timbaland “Pass At Me” and Red Hot Chili Peppers “Otherside” ring out his trademark beats and rolling riffs.

Always pushing forward, Brighton (UK) based Tim Mason is excited about the future. 2012 will see him play in all four corners of the globe and continue to release his own music and remix some of the biggest names in the business.

With second single Anima causing hot conversation on blogs, forums and after parties alike, Tim has promised something very special for fans of his music…

Anima (Original Mix)

3LAU

A junior in the craft of musical production, there is one name in particular that comes to mind; 3LAU.  Hailing from the the party state of Nevada, 21 year old House/Bootleg/Remixer 3LAU, began producing EDM and studying finance at the young age of 21, while studying finance at Washington University in slick St. Louis, having dreams of performing for voluminous crowds of party people.  And that dream, like most that are worked hard for with a improving amount of critical thinking and creativity, became 3LAU’s reality.  Literally a few months later, the combination of hard work, dedication, and skill, landed him electric success

3LAU’s influences include Deadmau5, Steve Angello Porter Robinson, Avicii, Calvin Harris and the like.  As an emergent of post-progressive house, 3LAU combines his talents of production and vocals to create a dance worthy performance.  Receiving critical acclaim from Tiesto and having thousands of Hypem favorites, 3LAU boasts impressive credentials.  Be on the lookout for this remix conquerer as he continues to grow and evolve in the electronic world!

3LAU – LMFAO vs. Ellie Goulding vs. Mann vs. Darth & Vader – All Night Long