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We’re bringing back this Beyonce classic! As many of you have caught on the Club Killers twerk team has been hard at work, next we bring the remake of this Beyonce dancefloor classic that will truly make the ladies go crazy! Make sure you follow our new Soundcloud page SOUNDCLOUD.COM/CLUBKILLERSVIP where we will be posting lots of exclusive edits & preview. If you have yet to do so make sure you download our Club Killers Twerk remixes of Talk Dirty, Drop It Low, & Show Me inside our members area.
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Posted by David Miller
Bad news bros: Afrojack’s debut album is going to have “almost no drops”. When asked by mixmag about his new album, the Dutch DJ said:
“It’s like upside down world, it’s completely crazy. My whole album has almost no drops. The album is not meant to be put on at a festival to jump to for 70 minutes. My album is meant, as most musical albums are meant, to listen to and enjoy. I want it to be an experience.”
He continued: “To me a good album is like a good movie. I hope my album will be at least as good as the trailer for [the movie] Inception. It has the build-ups and it has a lot of musical stuff, it’s like a journey, you go a little bit through different kinds of genres.”
While we may all feel like this guy did when he found out that Eric Prydz was never going to drop the bass, but there is a chance to rejoice. Afrojack, now 26, said that he wants to take EDM to a Jay Z level by the time he’s 30. He also mentioned that he would be remixing the album for festivals. From the man himself,
“I just hope I get my shit together before I’m 30…big shit. I already do a lot of balling things but before I’m 30 I want to take EDM to a Jay Z level… like ‘EDM’s so hard motherf*ckers wanna find me!”
While this is startling news to some, it’s reason to rejoice for others. Afrojack is one of the premiere DJs in the world, and for him to announce that he’s going to be breaking away from the mold of the drop is monumental news in trying to disrupt the monotony of sound we have in the scene today. Lately we’ve seen Afrojack partnering up with Avicii and David Guetta, and just today he posted a remix of a 30 Seconds to Mars song ‘Do Or Die’.
Lately there have been numerous artists who have been discussing ‘breaking the mold’ that has fallen over EDM and it seems that Afrojack will be joining the rank of Porter Robinson and Hardwell in doing so. Move aside all the moans and groans and embrace 2014 as a new year for EDM, hopefully
Posted by James Brannigan (Via EDM Tunes)
While you may be able to snatch up Deadmau5′s childhood home in Niagara Falls, Ontario, it’s a bit less likely that you can afford Avicii’s new Hollywood abode (not that it’s on the market, or anything). Currently making the rounds is a listing for Avicii’s 7000-square-foot home in real-estate publication The Pinnacle List. The $15 million house in the Bird Streets, just above the Sunset Strip, boasts six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a ridiculous view of Los Angeles, and presumably plenty more (just from the pics, we’ve spotted a Chuck Close artwork and what looks like a Juliette Binoche triptych on the walls). Check out some pics of Avicii’s digs below, and see the whole listing (and address, for the stalkers among you) here.
Posted by Ken Taylor (via Beatport)
Fans of Pharrell Williams know that he wasn’t just on one huge hit last summer, but two: Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” and Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” the latter of which was a half-pervy, half-downhomey, soulful strut through Marvin Gaye territory with one helluva NSFW video. Its minimalist song structure and instrumentation, though, really lent itself nicely to being chopped up and sampled. So, Bass Kleph did just that, plugging those samples into his trusty Native Instruments Maschine and knocking out a rather cool live remix, which he’s dubbed “Blurred Lapdance,” presumably a reference to that whole Robin Thicke/Miley Cyrus VMA bit. Check it out below.
Posted by Ken Taylor (Via Beatport)
Club Killers fan favorite Mike Carbonell is back with a versatile blend of twerk, dance, & more. Take a listen via Soundcloud player. He kicks off the mix with the new exclusive “Show Me (Club Killers Twerk Remix) which is now available for download. All those DJs looking for full track list continue reading…
A veteran of the scene who shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon and as one of the few electronic music giants who takes the time out of his busy schedule to reply to his fans on Twitter, play games for prizes and offer up his music for free, it is no wonder Kaskade has a massive following that sticks by him no matter what. It’s all personal. Finding new ways to connect with his fans and build that personal connection beyond his music is something Kaskade has mastered.
This time around Kaskade presents a new Youtube video series called ‘The Vault‘. This series will consist of various behind the scenes throwback footage of tours, shows, studio sessions and Kaskade’s life around the world. The debut episode features content from Kaskade’s 2011 tour in Australia. Get ready for a flashback down under! A new episode will air every Wednesday on Kaskade’s Youtube channel at 10AM PST/1PM EST.
Posted by Marijke U. (Via EDM Tunes)