Watch Hilarious Trailer For New ‘NCIS: Ibiza’ TV Series Featuring Steve Aoki, Nile Rodgers, Martin Garrix, R3hab, Moby & More DJsPosted in Bangin, Chill, Video by nick | Tags: Alison Wonderland, Borgore, Funny Or Die, Martin Garrix, NCIS Ibiza, Ookay, r3hab, Steve Aoki, What So Not
Popular action/drama TV show NCIS has decided to take their whack at being relevant by attempting to include EDM in the new series of the show that is based in Ibiza, set to premier this fall.
For the “NCIS: Ibiza” trailer, we see DJs ranging from Steve Aoki to What So Not, Martin Garrix, Ryan Hemsworth, Destructo, Axwell ^ Ingrosso, Borgore, Brazzabelle, Crookers, Gladiator, Keys N Krates, Moby, Ookay, R3hab, Nile Rodgers, and is even narrated by Alison Wonderland. The show is coming this fall and this promo video should attract a huge new army of fans. Look out this fall on CBS.
This is obviously a massive joke for anyone questioning it. This video was produced by Funny Or Die in coordination with all the DJs listed. Watch below and enjoy!
Toronto based producer Shaun Frank has been making some noise recently including a massive remix to Steve Aoki and Flux Pavilion's "Get Me Outta Here", his original "Jonezin" or even his collaboration with Borgeous. Well today we are happy to premiere Shaun's latest original titled "Mind Made Up", another stab at making a future house sound of his own. We hear refreshing melodies and energetic drops for a combination you won't be able to stop moving to. You can stream the full track below and grab a limited free 48 hour download thanks to Shaun and Dim Mak. Enjoy
Shaun Frank – Mind Made Up |
Limited Free Download (Expired) | Beatport
[TSIS PREMIERE] Steve Aoki & Flux Pavilion – Get Me Outta Here (Shaun Frank Remix) : Future House / Deep HousePosted in Bangin, Premieres by nick | Tags: Deep House, Flux Pavilion, Future house, Remix, Shaun Frank, Steve Aoki
Canada's Shaun Frank first exploded on our radar through a series of remix covers we premiered here at TSIS including Coldplay's "Magic" and The Neighborhood's "Sweater Weather" among others. Now the thriving producer has been making a serious name for himself as an original artist with his massive collaboration with Borgeous on "This Could Be Love."
Well today we see Shaun Frank go back to his remix duties as he provides one of his most exciting yet with his version of Steve Aoki & Flux Pavilion's recent collaborative single "Get Me Outta Here". Shaun takes the song in an exciting UK Garage inspired Future House direction that highlights the original vocals and melody perfectly. Listen to the premiere of this below and pick up your copy today on Beatport. Enjoy!
Steve Aoki & Flux Pavilion – Get Me Outta Here (Shaun Frank Remix) | Beatport
If you are Asian, have long hair, and have somehow been involved in electronic music in any form, you probably have been mistaken for Steve Aoki at one point or another. Well for Australian YouTuber Jarrad Seng, this happens to him on a weekly basis:
I get mistaken for Steve Aoki a LOT. It's been a weekly thing for the past five years… at music festivals, bars, on Instagram… it even happened on the streets of Barcelona once.
So Jarrad was inspired by the recent catcall videos and had a brilliant idea.
[he] wondered what would happen if [he] did the same thing… but as Steve. At Stereosonic. Where Steve was headlining.
Seng went to a professional stylist to look exactly like Steve, and the response was nothing short of hilarious. People literally charging at him to aggressively grab selfies at every chance. He even goes in the middle of the crowd during Steve's set to really confuse and entertain people, even managing to stage dive at one point.
We're left wondering how many of you are going to dress up exactly like a DJ playing the next festival you attend?
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My story has changed quite a lot since moving to Boulder, Colorado and starting Thissongissick back in 2010. My name is Nick Guarino and this is Thissongissick.com. We've grown a lot since, but the original goal has always stayed the same: making it easier for you to discover sick new music that you've never heard before. In high school I would make mix cd's for my friends to show them all the new music I was discovering. Now, through TSIS, we work with musicians and record labels from all over the world to showcase a variety of the freshest electronic, hip-hop, indie, and alternative music to a global following that is comprised of millions of music lovers in over 110 countries - every single month. So, make yourself at home while enjoying countless amazing musicians from a variety of genres and let the sick sounds fill your ears! - Nick