Cobra Starship, known by many from their pop radio hits, have ventured into big room production with their massive take on Icona Pop’s “I Love It”. The first major label, production only, remix from the group, sheds more light on their brilliance in dance music as a whole. The remix is designed to crush the dance floor, and uh… keep the girls moving.
Buy on Beatport
Check out the full remix album HERE, which includes remixes by Nari & Milani, Sick Individuals, Style Of Eye, and many more.
Here we go with some nice Trance/House, that experiences an array of beautiful synths by the combination of Tiesto, W&W, and Jonas Stenberg. Listen to this and your mind will be blown away. DOWNLOAD
Coming off of his second release with 44 Caliber Recordings, Alex Plus delivers his own brand of New Jersey House music once again. Combining various elements of Jersey, Philly and Baltimore club music into a high-energy track, “Here We Go” is sure to get any room, big or small, moving at peak hour.
Alex Plus is an extremely versatile DJ and producer that has shared the stage with the likes of Mt. Eden, Zedds Dead, Liondub, Cotti, Helicopter Showdown, Stanton Warriors and Hellfire Machina. His presence has been felt in many venues across New York and New Jersey including Highline Ballroom, Bar 13, Pacha NYC, Webster Hall, Drom NYC, Cameo in Brooklyn, Best Buy Theatre as well as at his weekly residency at the Loop Lounge in Passaic, NJ.
“Here We Go” will be released exclusively via Satellite EDM (www.satelliteEDM.com) for a period of 2 weeks on October 16th, 2012. This single will then be made available on all other major digital music retailers including Beatport, iTunes and Amazon on it’s official release date of October 30th, 2012.
Stay tuned to Brolic Beats for a full write up of the 44 Caliber team!
Deadmau5’s fourth album has been released to the public, yesterday, September 25, 2012. From Toronto, Canada, Joel Zimmerman has been producing electronic music since 2005. He began his own label Mau5trap in 2007, which got him much recognition throughout the dance industry. Other artists under the Mau5trap label include big names like Feed Me, Moguai, Noisia, Excision, etc. You can find Deadmau5 at the biggest venues, such as Electric Daisy Carnival, Electric Zoo, and Ultra. He has over 6.5 million likes on his facebook page, over 1.5 million followers on twitter, and he was also on the cover of Rolling Stone. This dude is big time with music, right up there with Tiesto, Avicii, and Skrillex. Deadmau5’s style is very unique when he produces new tracks, which is why I think he is so popular. (He also markets himself well) His new album is a monster, 13 tracks total, as well as collaborations with DJ’s and vocalists such as Wolfgang Gartner, and Chris James.
02. Channel 42 (deadmau5 + Wolfgang Gartner)
03. The Veldt (feat. Chris James) [8 minute edit]
04. Fn Pig
05. Professional Griefers (feat. Gerard Way)
07. There might be coffee
08. Take care of the proper paperwork
12. Failbait (feat. Cypress Hill)
13. Telemiscommunications (deadmau5 + Imogen Heap)
Check out his:
Buy the album on Beatport
I came across Michael Woods new podcast off his Soundcloud and I am loving this mix! Be sure to listen to it!
Hook N Sling – Reason – Spinnin
Daddy’s Groove – Turn The Lights Down (David Guetta Re Work) – Jack Black Records
The Heroes of Old – Brohammer (Nari & Milani Remix) – Ultra
Autoerotique – Roll The Drums feat. Marissa Jack – Dim Mak Records
Hardwell, Showtek – How We Do – Revealed
Michael Woods – We’ve Only Just Begun Feat. Ester Dean (Original Mix) – Ministry Of Sound
Clouds – Consciousness – Turbo Recordings
Superskank – Good Time (Oliver Giacomotto Remix) – 1605
Koen Groeneveld – Superjet – Abzolut (Spinnin)
Afrojack – Rock The House – Wall Recordings
Jed Harper, Dzeko & Torres – Diamond Rings (Michael Woods Edit) – Provoke
Chuckie – Breaking Up feat. Amanda Wilson (Bartosz & Tony Tomera Remix) – CR2 Records
The wait is finally over. Grammy nominated Boston singer/DJ/producer Clinton Sparks has found himself back to work once more with a familiar voice. While Sparks provides the majority of lyrical content on Watch You, the multi-faceted musician and tastemaker recruits Mr. 305 for a signature guest verse that’s vintage Pitbull. Produced by Sparks and New York City electro/house duo Disco Fries, the single is a dizzying mix of up-tempo production that’ll likely find itself on Top-40 radio and in your head in the near future. Ultimately, it’s Clinton’s touch that gives Watch You crossover appeal that will find itself on Top-40 radio in the near future. Clinton Sparks’s forthcoming album “Disco Ball & Chain,” is coming soon. Support Clinton and The Disco Fries by buying the new single over on iTunes.
Also, check out Clinton’s awesome interview with Betches Love This HERE
Since I was on probation, Zocat had to do basically all of the posting on his own (Intern was MIA), and man has he been beasting it. With almost 10,000 website views in like 5 months, we are really booming. Now, running the site on your own can be overwhelming and cause one to miss certain tracks. Zocat is very stubborn and needs songs to grow on him. These next three are not new songs, however I feel as though they are much needed on BrolicBeats, and are EXTREMELY catchy..
First up we have “Concrete Angels” by Gareth Emery and the beautiful vocals by Christina Novelli. This Trance banger was dropped all the way back in February, this is STILL being blown up on BPM. Speaking of Satellite Radio, Gareth Emery now has his own show on Electric Area at 5pm on fridays. It is very good, and an hour long.
Next is another Gareth Emery track called “The Saga”, which dropped in June. Unlike Concrete Angels, this track is marked as progressive house. This track is not as chill as Concrete Angels, but it is also very catchy and has a unique beat.
Brolic Beats just confirmed that Clinton Sparks (America’s #1 party rager) is currently the most explosive artist out there. What else do you expect from someone who drops amazing remixes to the most unique songs on a weekly basis? His remix of Puddle of Mudd’s “She Hates Me” and LIT’s “My Own Worst Enemy” are a few recent ones and are amongst his best. Clinton takes his dab at U2’s “With or Without You” and transforms it into an electronic masterpiece. Listen below for yourself and be sure to download it HERE!