Listen: Tiësto debuts new Must Hear 2 hour long Deep House ‘Club Life After Hours’ radio show episodePosted in Bangin, Mix / Playlist by nick | Tags: Club Life after hours, Deep House, Mix, Radio Show, Tiesto
One of the most well known DJ’s and electronic producers in the world Tiësto has just announced his new Deep House focused ‘Club Life After Hours’ radio show apart of his Club Life. This is a huge change of pace for the producer who has been known for his high energy progressive house and electro house anthems. This change of pace is extremely refershing giving us a 2 hour mix that is perfect for throwing on at any time of day. The mix features a blend of some of the freshest new deep house cuts and some old classics. Tiësto manages to prove that he will always be a master tastemaker. Listen to the entire thing below. Enjoy!
Tiësto – Club Life After Hours ‘Deep House Mix’ | Stream Only
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Diplo & Friends TWONK Takeover on 98.7FM By ETC!ETC! & Brillz : Trap / Hip-Hop / Dance Hour Long Mix [Free Download]Posted in Bangin, Mix / Playlist by nick | Tags: Bass Music, Brillz, Dance, Diplo, Diplo & Friends, ETC!ETC!, Hip-Hop, Mix, Radio Show, Trap, Trap Music
Diplo’s radio show Diplo & Friends had a monumental feature on the major radio station in LA 98.7. He brought out to of his favorite rising electronic producers ETC!ETC! and Brillz to shut down the mainstream airwaves. The result is a full-length hour-long blast of the hottest trap / hip-hop / dance tracks. It is filled with some huge tracks from both artists including some unreleased tracks like Ooakay trap remix to Steve Aoki, Chris Lake & Tujamo‘s new anthem “Boneless” and the ETC!ETC! remix to Big Sean “Guap”. You can listen and grab the download below. Enjoy!
Diplo & Friends TWONK Takeover on 98.7FM By ETC!ETC! & Brillz | Direct Download
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The exact details are still be unveiled, but BBC Radio 1 DJ Pete Tong has announced that Daft Punk will be doing something this Friday May 10th at 9pm. Since they did an essential mix back in 97′ there is definite chance for a followup.
We might potentially hear some new tracks off the upcoming album Random Access Memories as we creep on the released date on May 21. This is speculation based off of Pete Tong’s post of course. We will post updates here.
2:15pm UPDATE: We now have news that this Friday Pete Tong will be airing the first audio interview with the duo in 6 years that was recorded at this year’s Coachella. Since it is getting broadcasted via BBC Radio 1 we can hope for a clip of another new track off Random Access Memories. Based on them doing one in the past, an Essential Mix is defintely not unrealistic in the future.
BONUS: As a bonus we have included their 1997 BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix featuring 2 hours of some of their best classic originals, remixes and favorite tracks.
Daft Punk BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix 1997
Source: Pete Tong
Following up Avicii’s out of the box guest mix, we have none other then trap beast RL Grime filling the second half off of this weekend’s monsterous Diplo and Friends radio show. This mix features 60 minutes of some unreleased trap bombs and favorites seamlessly mixed together. He throws some bangin hip-hop mixed in between unreleased trap anthems like “Baddest” from Baauer and “Crowd Control” from Flosstradmus & DJ Sliink. He ends the mix with a huge unknown remix to Chief Kief’s “Love Sosa” that goes off. This should have some massive global appeal to all fans of trap and hip-hop. Turn this up, and patiently await the latest from mr. Grime. Also don’t miss his recent Hard Miami 2013 Mixtape from last week as well. Enjoy.
RL Grime Guest Mix on Diplo & Friends 2013 | Download
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