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Disney Classics Remixed by Avicii, Armin Van Buuren, Kaskade and more!

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , on March 12, 2014 by E.N.

Disney Classics Remixed by Avicii, Armin Van Buuren, Kaskade and more!DCONSTRUCTED
THE WORLD’S HOTTEST DJS/PRODUCERS REMIX DISNEY REPERTOIRE
SET FOR RELEASE ON APRIL 22, 2014

Walt Disney Records will release DCONSTRUCTED, a comprehensive compilation of classic and current music from the longstanding Disney catalog remixed by today’s hottest DJs/producers from across the globe. The 14-track collection features reworks of material from the multiple Academy Award®-winning films The Lion King and Frozen, as well as two of Daft Punk’s contributions to TRON: Legacy.

EDM superstars Avicii, Armin Van Buuren and Kaskade are among the electronic dance music luminaries that have lent their formidable skills to these timeless favorites. The reworked material ranges from more recent heartwarmers from Monsters University,The Incredibles, and The Muppets to beloved and lasting sounds from theHawaiiaanette album featuring the beloved Mickey Mouse Club darling, Annette Funicello, Toy StorySleeping BeautyDumbo, as well as music inspired by the original Mickey Mouse cartoons, and the enduring theme from the Disneyland Park’s Main Street Electrical Parade.

The blending of the orchestral world of Disney with the synthetic sounds of the electronic world brings out fresh flavors. The recognizable cries and roars of The Lion King’s “Circle Of Life” mix headily with Mat Zo’s growling basslines and razor-sharp synth stabs. Daft Punk’s abbreviated “Derezzed” is freshened up with vocals courtesy of Negin and extended with Avicii’s twinkling rhythms. Similarly, the previously unreleased Japanese Popstars Remix of Daft Punk’s “Fall” stretches out that track’s inquisitive beats with layers of echo. The newly minted Oscar® winner for Best Original Song “Let It Go,” is transformed to a peak-of-the-night banger with Armin Van Buuren’s tranced out take on Idina Menzel’s sparkling vocals.

Says Van Buuren, “I feel incredibly honored to have remixed an Oscar-winning song—though I didn’t know that yet when I started.”

“My first remix of Daft Punk’s TRON:Legacy was so long ago, but it was a significant moment of recognition in my career,” says Avicii. “It’s great to be a part of it again, to refresh the track, and to let everyone hear Negin’s voice.”

DCONSTRUCTED track listing:

1.     “Circle of Life” (Mat Zo Remix) – Carmen Twillie & Lebo M. The Lion King
2.     “Derezzed” (So Amazing Mix) Remixed by Avicii featuring Negin– Daft PunkTRON: Legacy
3.     “Let It Go” (Armin Van Buuren Remix) – Idina Menzel Frozen
4.     “Roar” (Yogi Remix) – Axwell & Sebastian Ingrosso Monsters University
5.     “Partysaurus Overflow” – BT & Au5 Inspired by the Toy Story Short Partysaurus Rex
6.     “UNKLE Reconstruction” (U.N.K.L.E.) – Michael Giacchino The Incredibles
7.     “Fall” (Japanese Popstars Remix) – Daft Punk TRON: Legacy
8.     “The Muppet Show Theme” (Shy Kidx Remix) – The Muppets The Muppets
9.     “Hey Pluto!” (Stonebridge Remix)– Stonebridge Inspired by Original Mickey Mouse Cartoons
10.  “Once Upon a Dream” (Trion Remix) – Bill Shirley & Mary Costa Sleeping Beauty
11.  “Main Street Electrical Parade” (Extended Mix)  Shinichi Osawa Disneyland® Park
12.  “You’ve Got a Friend in Me” (Alfred Montejano Hyper Remix) – Randy Newman Toy Story
13.  “Baby Mine” (House Version) – KASKADE Dumbo
14.  “Pineapple Princess” (Kinsey Moore Remix) – Annette Funicello Hawaiiannette

For more information on Walt Disney Records’ releases, please visit Disney.com/music

Daft Punk feat. Julian Casablancas – Instant Crush (at Helm)

Posted in News with tags , , , on December 6, 2013 by E.N.

Daft Punk – Instant crush (Yoann Feynman & Monomotion Edit)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , on November 14, 2013 by E.N.

Daft Punk - ‘Instant Crush’ (Yoann Feynman & Monomotion Edit)

French duo Yoann Feynman & Monomotion have come together for their own take on Daft Punk‘s ‘Instant Crush’.
Yoann Feynman and Monomotion work together to push themselves beyond their very limits; to ensure each detail is significant and where beats and precision come together as one to break through musical borders.
Bringing new skills to the game, they put together the first pieces of their master plan in the creation of their own imprint FAKE MUSIC, to keep a sharp eye on every detail of the project.
Now they’ve come together for their edgy edit of the Daft Punk track ‘Instant Crush’. Subtle yet powerful, the duo put their own unique spin on the track, creating a more upbeat and fun version which is sure to be popular. Expect the unexpected from the exciting parisian duo.
“I started this one a few days after the release of their album. My best friend, Erol aka Monomotion was in the coma at that time so I wasn’t in the mood to finish anything. We came back on it together when he woke up, and now share it with you guys. Much Love
— Yoann Feynman

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Boys Noize – FABRICLIVE 72

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on October 4, 2013 by E.N.

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Boys Noize Announces FABRICLIVE 72: Boys Noize on Fabric Records
Out 11/18 (digital) and 11/26 (CD)
Pre-Order: HERE
Boys Noize Starts His American Tour October 17th in Denver (details below)

Boys Noize (Alex Ridha) is amongst an elite group of highly respected DJ/Producers to have earned legendary status. Whether producing monster tracks such as “Starwin”, playing to thousands of people around the world, remixing for the likes of David Lynch, Depeche Mode and Daft Punk, working with artists as varied as Skrillex, Snoop Dogg, Santigold and Chilly Gonzales, or as label boss of his own Boysnoize Records, it’s fair to say Boys Noize has never been in more demand or on better form than currently: now iced with the proverbial cherry by being next in line to mix the legendary FABRICLIVEseries. Working two jobs just to buy turntables and satisfy his insatiable appetite for buying house, disco and hip hop records from the age of 14 years old, Hamburg-born Alex Ridha played his first ever gig at the age of 16 and from there – by his own admittance – “everything went pretty crazy.” Happy to just make back the money he’d spent on vinyl, before long his productions were supported by the likes of 2manydjs, Erol Alkan and Laurent Garnier, releasing on Kitsune and Turbo before exclusively releasing on his own label (with Cocoon and Phantasy the only recent exceptions). Renowned as a fast-paced, party DJ, Boys Noize does not disappoint on his FABRICLIVE mix.

“Around 2006-2007 I played together with Justice & crew in Room 2 and I was very excited, because it was really a dream come true to play London’s famous fabric. I remember it was super dark: smoke, sweat and lasers and people everywhere. I thought the club was so massive. I had no orientation, I didn’t know where the exit was or anything.”- Boys Noize

FABRICLIVE 72 is a frenetic, fast-paced representation of a typical Boys Noize set, condensed into 70 pulsating, sweaty minutes. Not simply a melting pot of the newest tracks, but an education in crazy techno and hi-energy jackin’ house, it switches up between Boysnoize Records releases – Tracques ‘Motor’ – to Gesaffelstein’s ‘Aufstand’ and Four Tet’s ‘For These Times’ with timeless ease. Its upbeat, happy attitude is clearly in full swing with Ridha focusing on melody for the home listener. Featuring a demo version of new track ‘Anoid’ (a gnarly, industrial slice sewn bang into the middle of the mix), his collab with Skrillex under the Dog Blood moniker (the breakbeat-powered ‘Chella Ride’), and new edits of underground tracks by Aden, DJ Deeon and Anthony Naples, Boys Noize proves time and time again that he is a man fully in control of his craft.bn_londonfabric_2

“I really tried to sum up my two to three hour set in 70 minutes. My sets usually include many styles and at some points I mix pretty fast too. I play some jackin’ house and techno with crazy energy stuff and then go back to reduced dub or even classic electro or breaks. Mygoal was to combine all of the styles I play but also make it listenable. All in all I think this DJ mix is pretty timeless, colourful and happy.” – Boys Noize
BOYS NOIZE – FABRICLIVE 72 Tracklisting:
01        Mr Oizo feat. Marilyn Manson – Solid [Ed Banger]
02        Boys Noize – Starwin [Boysnoize]
03        Costello – Pegasus [BNR Trax]
04        Jimmy Edgar – Shout [Ultramajic]
05        Surkin – Warehouse [Marble]
06        Feadz – Go On Girl [Boysnoize]
07        Pilo – Ghettocoder [Boysnoize]
08        Kingdom – Femme Litre [Fade to Mind]
09        Gingy & Bordello – All Day (Robert Hood Remix) [Turbo]
10        Four Tet – For These Times [Nonplus]
11        Randomer – Meat & Dancing [white]
12        Kowton – TFB [All Caps]
13        Boys Noize – Anoid (Demo Version) [Boysnoize]
14        Craze – Selekta (Valentino Khan Remix) [Slow Roast]
15        Dog Blood – Chella Ride [Boysnoize / OWSLA]
16        Worthy & Eats Everything – Tric Trac [dirtybird]
17        Djedjotronic – Kaikō [Boysnoize]
18        Gesaffelstein – Aufstand [Turbo]
19        Aden – Luft [Ultramajic]
20        Special Request – Wall To Wall [Houndstooth]
21        Anthony Naples – P O T [Proibito]
22        DJ Deeon – Work This MF [Dance Mania]
23        Tracques – Motor [Boysnoize]
24        Dave Clarke – The Compass [Skint]
25        Tom Rowlands – Nothing But Pleasure (Boys Noize Pressure Fix) [Phantasy]
26        Alesia – Andrea [OWSLA]
27        The Chain – Maje [R&S]
28        Boys Noize – XTC (The Chemical Brothers Remix) [Boysnoize]
+ Spank Rock – DTF DADT (Acapella) [Boysnoize]
29        I-F – Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass [Disko B]
30        Kölsch – Goldfisch [Kompakt]
+ Boys Noize – XTC (Acapella) [Boysnoize]
31        Apparat – Arcadia (Boys Noize Reprise) [Shitkatapult]
Boys Noize will launch FABRICLIVE 72 at fabric on Friday, 15th November alongside Strip Steve, SCNTST, Jimmy Edgar, I-F (DJ set), Djedjotronic, Kowton, Daniel Avery and more. More info and tickets at http://www.fabriclondon.com/club/listing/789 

BOYS NOIZE TOUR DATES:
Tour flyer HERE
OCT 17 – DENVER @ BETA
OCT 18 – CHICAGO @ CONCORD MUSIC HALL
OCT 19 – BALTIMORE @ SOUNDSTAGE
OCT 22 – BROOKLYN @ OUTPUT
OCT 24 – BROOKLYN @ OUTPUT
OCT 25 – MONTREAL @ OLYMPIA
OCT 26 – SEATTLE @ FREAK NIGHT
OCT 31 – MIAMI @ GRAND CENTRAL
NOV 01 – NEW ORLEANS @ VOODOO FESTIVAL
NOV 02 – LOS ANGELES @ HARD DAY OF THE DEAD
NOV 15 – LONDON @ FABRIC
NOV 16 – BRISTOL @ IN:MOTION
NOV 23 – MANCHESTER @ WAREHOUSE PROJECT
NOV 30 – SYDNEY @ STEREOSONIC
DEC 01 – PERTH @ STEREOSONIC
DEC 07 – MELBOURNE @ STEREOSONIC
DEC 08 – BRISBANE @ STEREOSONIC

Boys Noize free BNR #ERROR iphone app HERE
http://www.boysnoize.com

TOP 100 Promo Chart – October 2013

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Some of the best tracks from albums,ep’s,compilations…arrived at our mailbox extramusicnew(at)gmail.com.
If you want your music at our promo charts-send your music!
Use Search for more info:stream,free downloads,tour…

1. Machinedrum – Dont 1 2 Lose U (4:17) INFO
2. DARKSIDE – 1120 (11:20) INFO
3. Samuel – Falling Star (1:48) INFO
4. Olaf Stuut – Equilibre (7:09)INFO
5. Around7 – Let’s Cook Betty (3:40) INFO
6. Renato Ratier – MIDNIGHT SUN (4:52) INFO
7. Alice Rose – Shadow princess (3:45) INFO
8. Arts The Beatdoctor – IL404 (5:15) INFO
9. Masia One and ill.Gates – Warriors Tongue (ill.Gates Remix) (4:18) INFO
10. Persian Empire & Ariel Camusso – Time (123Mrk Remix) (4:23) INFO
11. Guy j – Seven (9:13)
12. Raffertie – Rain (Teebs Remix) (4:06)
13. thundercat/Ruslan – Hiroshi Yamauchi (R.I.P) (3:28)
14. Incognito – Black Magic (Philth remix) (5:47)
15. RALPH MYERZ – Friday Night feat. Nicki Noelle (3:02)
16. Dionysus – Cherry Blossom (9:41)
17. Daniele Stella – Emi (Original Mix) (5:58)
18. Keys N Krates – I Just Can’t Deny | Dim Mak DM488 (4:00)
19. Wareika – After Berlin (7:43)
20. Protohype – Fly (feat. Alina Renae) (Isqa Remix) (4:41)
21. onlyjoe – Play With Fire [DJ Madd - Remix] (4:44)
22. Anna Lunoe – Anna Lunoe – Breathe (Extended) (5:42)
23. Shiva – Noctilucent (6:47)
24. Noisia – Gutterpump (AFFKT remix) (7:44)
25. Felix Cartal – After Dark feat. Koko LaRoo (Ex Boyfriend Remix)Dim Mak DM505 (3:20)
26. Codec – No More (1998) (5:36)
27. Ritzi Lee – 7th Contact (Fuse Mix) (6:38)
28. Man With No Shadow – Sinus (6:43)
29. Trampa – Catch That (6:10)
30. Alan de Laniere – Breaking Dawn (Deep Mix) (6:17)
31. Shed – 44A (Hard Wax Forever!) (3:49)
32. Break & Xtrah Feat. DRS – Always New (5:07)
33. Ian Metty – You MSTR (6:31)
34. Dejan Dex – Vinyl Orchestra (Original Mix) (5:27)
35. Lorna Dune – Miamisphere (Terekke Remix) (6:16)
36. NZ Shapeshifter – Gravity (Lenzman Remix) (5:40)
37. Daft Punk – Get Funcky (Benji Boko Remix) (3:57)
38. Pixel82 – Untitled Love (Original Mix) (8:31)
39. Off The Cuff – The Natural Feel (Colin John Remix) (7:03)
40. Miguel – Sure Thing (Phazz Remix) (3:00)
41. Iltoro – one chilom one song (4:40)
42. Bottin – Plastic (In Flagranti Remix) (6:15)
43. Yuuki Sakai – Cigarette (Original Mix) (6:12)
44. Mike La Funk Feat. Max C – Don’t Wanna Be Alone (Jason Chance Remix) (6:17)
45. DJ Puzzle – Brain Machine (Werk It) (3:06)
46. King – SOFL (Air Stegosaurus Remix) (4:02)
47. Electric Rescue – Non Exchangable (8:32)
48. Audrio – Dreaming Wide Awake (Daniel Beasley remix) (6:28)
49. Headhunterz ft. Tatu – Colors (Extended Mix) (5:45)
50. Euclio – Late Night Walk (4:26)
51. Hannu Ikola – Black Ingrained Dust (7:33)
52. Tin Man – Hack (7:12)
53. Sebjak & Mike Hawkins – Let’s Go (Ultra) (5:25)
54. Tuomas Rantanen – Morning In Madagascar(8:07)
55. Climbers – It’s All I Need (Original Mix) (6:41)
56. DJ T. & Mia Lucci – How It’s Gonna Be (Dub) (8:31)
57. Christian Smith & Wehbba – Werk (Passion Over Fashion 2.3) (7:03)
58. Donny Marano – Mosca (Marcos Carnaval Remix) (8:11)
59. Fabian Dresens feat. Quartz Clocks – Know You (John Barera remix) (6:26)
60. Yohan Esprada – Mahajanga (Mick Verma Remix) (5:08)
61. Silver City and Patriarca – Streets Are Like (Julian Sanza Cminito Remix) (6:19)
62. Carlo Astuti Feat. Evan Mellows – Stare Into The Stars (Original Mix) (6:31)
63. Phil Weeks – JB’s Theme (6:21)
64. Patrick Bateman – Club Queen (Billy Johnston & Gennaro Mastrantonio Remix) (6:55)
65. UZB – Crome (6:04)
66. Baishe Kings Like (3:07)
67. Sick Individuals & Axwell ft. Taylr Renee – I AM (Original Mix) (6:30)
68. Jack Eye Jones – Jack Eye Jones – AU (4:57)
69. SION – Make You Do (6:49)
70. OL-047 – Verde Bottiglia (Deadbeat Remix) (8:00)
71. Ludowick – Get It Off (Moodymanc’s Dubble Dub) (6:50)
72. William Welt – Vibe & Soal (Melos + Kyber Remix) (7:32)
73. Christian Hornbostel – Twerking (Backstage Twerking) (8:23)
74. Pink Skull – Only Yoo (6:28)
75. Tony Dee – Enygma (Original Mix) (8:00)
76. Carlos Lamar – PAN005 03 Carlos Lamar – One Day We Fly (Dub Version) (8:36)
77. Spherical Coordinates – scjkn-06 (Original Mix) (6:05)
78. DiscoSocks – I’ll Be Getting Down (4:11)
79. Don Diablo & Matt Nash – Starlight (Could You Be Mine) (Otto Knows Remix) (6:22)
80. Elmar Strathe – Background Athmos (4:36)
81. Andrea Perini – Realtime (A.D.M. & Simone Cristini Remix) (6:42)
82. Markus Mehta – Side Effect (Hermanez Remix) (6:47)
83. Anton Kuertz – The Jungle Issue (ME.N.U. Remix) (10:29)
84. Rafiki & Draize (feat. GK) – Clockwork (5:15)
85. HI@ST – Yellow Rays (Original Mix) copy (6:48)
86. Sander Young & Pieter Steijger – Denial (mastered) (6:52)
87. Hooved – TMLSS1 (Thomas Brinkmann Remix) (7:40)
88. Monomood – The Siren (6:04)
89. El Bandidos – Ribbon (6:47)
90. Joe Bellingham – Our Reflection Blues (Ghosts on Tape Remix) (7:03)
91. Billy Johnston & Gennaro Mastrantonio – Isolator (9:17)
92. George Morel – Keep It Rolling (Morel’s Acid Mix) (6:00)
93. Kama – El Guapo (Art Level Perspective Remix) (7:17)
94. Pedro.Martins – Cosmic Hooker (BLOT! Redlight Disco Remix) (7:03)
95. Raoul09 Gregorythme 1 Born Again (8:16)
96. Martinez – Projections (9:38)
97. Norman Doray – TroubleMaker (5:41)
98. Daddy’s Groove ft. Mindshake – Surrender (Extended Mix) (6:07)
99. WLF – Pierre (7:11)
100. Ruben Brundell – Movement And Ambition (5:49)

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Roots Manuva – Witness (Benji Boko’s Blues Cut)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , on September 25, 2013 by E.N.

Benji Boko - Remixes Vol.2Beat maker Benji Boko is releasing his eagerly anticipated album, ‘Remixes Vol. 2” this October.

Not to be regarded as just a ‘DJ’, Benji Boko displays a unique talent, describing his show as “completely improvised, off the cuff, live remixing.” His live set-up resembles something from the flight deck of the Star Ship Enterprise; in which he has the ability to re-ignite any tune, taking his audience with him, into new dimensions.

‘Remixes Vol.2’ is an energetic piece of work, drawing from influences across the board. The album opens with a remix of one of his favourite hip hop tracks of all time – Jay-Z’s ‘99 Problems.’ Boko twists the track into an infectious club banger infused with a deep blues vibe which hints at the music he was bought up on. The album then continues into a re-edited remix of Little Dragon’s ‘Little Man’ which sees Benji collaborating with elusive producer Boy In a Movie. Following on to feature remixes of Roots Manuva, Daft Punk and Lazy Habits, the album ultimately climaxes with his explosive remix of Missy Elliot’s classic, ‘Lick Shots.’ A slick album exploring everything from blues, soul, hip hop to funk, the collective piece is sure to keep you glued to the dancefloor.

Things started getting out of control for Benji Boko back in 2010 when he guided 17,000 revelers into the New Year at the London O2 Arena, alongside Deadmau5, Justice and Calvin Harris. Since then, things have continued to escalate – his debut album “Beats, Treats & All Things Unique”, was released worldwide via Brighton based label Tru Thoughts and included collaborations with Maxi Jazz (Faithless) and Ricky Rankin (Roots Manuva).

Daft Punk collaborator Romanthony dies aged 46

Posted in News with tags , , on May 20, 2013 by E.N.

romanthonyAs Daft Punk release their new album Random Access Memories, tributes are pouring in for their former collaborator Romanthony, who has died.

The singer provided vocals to their 2001 hit One More Time, which, up until current smash Get Lucky, was the French duo’s biggest hit. Romanthony, real name Anthony Moore, actually passed away on 7 May, but the news has only just filtered through to his contemporaries in the music world. His sister Mellony Moore has posted on Facebook, “Thank you for all your calls and prayers my brother was a musical genius.” Moore had died at his home in Austin, Texas, although the cause of death has not been officially confirmed. He was 46.

DJ Pete Tong tweeted: “Sad news RIP Romanthony.” German producer Boys Noize also posted a tribute: “It is so sad :( Romanthony and me were working on such an amazing song together. He said it was the best song he had ever written.

Before shooting to global acclaim with Daft Punk, Romanthony was already a cult figure in the house music world, releasing his debut album Romanworld in 1997. As well as One More Time, his vocal featured another track from the Discovery album, Too Long. Speaking at the time of their hit in 2001, Daft Punk’s Guy Manuel de Homem-Christo said: “We met him at the 1996 Winter Music Conference and became friends. What’s odd is that Romanthony and Todd Edwards are not big in the United States at all. Their music had a big effect on us. The sound of their productions – the compression, the sound of the kick-drum and Romanthony’s voice, the emotional soul – is part of how we sound today. Because they mean something to us, it was much more important for us to work with them than with other big stars.”

In happier news, Daft Punk’s own comeback continues to go from strength to strength. On 19 May, Get Lucky held the No 1 spot for a fourth consecutive week, and Random Access Memories, out today, is predicted to become the fastest-selling album in UK chart history.(via Guardian)

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