Deniz Koyu & Amba Shepherd – The Way Out

DENIZ KOYU & AMBA SHEPHERD DROP “THE WAY OUT”

Deniz Koyu brings yet again another hit to the scene with his brand new progressive track, “The Way Out”, alongside Australian vocalist, Amba Shepherd. Since Nicky Romero debuted the tune at Ultra Music Festival, fans have been waiting in antsy anticipation for its release and today, Protocol Recordings will give the fans what they’ve been craving for.

With atmospheric synths, a remarkable melody and stunning vocals, this jam is already on its way to being a staple in mainstage sets. Deniz’s signature bassline puts a unique spin on the track, helping elevate the record up to a breathtaking drop that leaves the listener in euphoria. This is the second release from Deniz Koyu on Protocol Recordings, and Amba Shepherd, debuts her first feature on the label with her chilling performance on “The Way Out”.

As Protocol Recordings continue to be an impeccable launching platform for both up and coming and seasoned artists, Deniz Koyu & Amba Sheperd have joined the perfect team to curate this absolute anthem just in time to close out the summer festival season. With much more to come from the studio to the stage, “The Way Out” proves to be an ethereal and earthshaking checkpoint in the marathon of Deniz Koyu’s career.

Hardwell feat. Amba Shepherd – Apollo (Acoustic Version)

Hardwell feat. Amba Shepherd — Apollo (Acoustic Version)

Lazy Rich & Hirshee feat. Amba Shepherd – Damage Control (Dustin Lenji Bootleg)

Hardwell – Electric Daisy Carnival 2013 Las Vegas (Live Set)

KEEN – May The Forth With You @ ICON Ultra Lounge DTLA – 05042013

March 28, 2013 – KEEN – USC Graduation Party @ Supperclub Hollywood – 03 28 13 – [Club]

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1 Chuckie & Junxterjack – Make Some Noise (Deorro Remix)
2 Showtek – Slow down (First Version)
3 Kaskade feat. Haley – Llove (Dada Life Remix)
4 Alvaro & Mercer feat. Lil Jon – Welcome To The Jungle (Original Mix)
5 Lil Jon feat. LMFAO – Drink (Ralvero Remix)
6 Laidback Luke Ft Majestic – Pogo (Dub Mix)
7 Zedd Ft. Matthew Koma – Spectrum (Deniz Koyu Remix)
8 Alvaro – Make Me Jump (Original Mix)
9 Michael Calfan – Resurrection (Axwell’s Recut Club Version)
10 Swedish House Mafia Vs Knife Party – Antidote (Original Mix)
11 Shermanology & R3hab – Living 4 The City (Original Mix)
12 Carl Tricks – Mad Dash (Bingo Players Edit)
13 Usher – Scream (R3hab Remix)
14 Sander Van Doorn & Julian Jordan – Kangaroo (Original Mix)
15 Swedish House Mafia ft Tinie Tempah – Miami 2 Ibiza (Intro)
16 Mick Kastenholt & Andrew Dee – One Two Fuck You (Original Mix)
17 Tiesto & Showtek – Hell Yeah! (Original Mix)
18 Huseman – Ultra (Original Mix)
19 Calvin Harris vs. R3hab vs. Nero – Awooga Night In Promises (KEEN Kashup)
20 Skrillex vs. Zedd vs. Dada Life vs. Sandro Silva & Quintino vs. Otto Knows – Breakn’ A Sweat EPIC Motherfucker (KEEN Kashup)
21 Daft Punk Around The World (Acapella)
22 Alesso vs. Zombie Nation – Raise Your Kernkraft Head (KEEN Kashup)
23 Showtek & Justin Prime – Cannonball (Original Mix)
24 W&W & Ummet Ozcan – The Code (Original Mix)
25 W&W & Ummet Ozcan – The Code (Psychic Type Remix)
26 Marcel Woods & W&W – Trigger (Original Mix)
27 Zedd feat. Foxes – Clarity (Swanky Tunes Remix)
28 Hard Rock Sofa & Swanky Tunes vs. Fedde Le Grand & Nicky Romero Feat. Matthew Koma vs. Ellie Goulding – Here We Sparks Lights (KEEN Kashup)
29 R3hab vs Denis Naidanow ft. Juan Maga & Lil Jon – Shuri Shuri (R3hab Remix)
30 Calvin Harris feat. Example – We’ll Be Coming Back (Michael Woods Remix)
31 Benny Benassi ft Gary Go – Close To Me (R3hab Remix)
32 Bingo Players – Rattle (Original Mix)
33 Will Sparks – Ah Yeah (TJR Edit)
34 Alex Kenji & Starkillers feat. Nadia Ali vs. Hardwell & Showtek – How We Pressure (KEEN Kashup)
35 Danny Avila – Breaking Your Fall (Original Mix)
36 Starkillers, Dmitry KO & Amba Shepherd – Let The Love (Original Mix)

Michael Woods – Platinum Chains (Starkillers & Dmitry KO Let The Love Edit)

Tom Swoon & Amba Shepherd “Not Too Late Remixes”

First nominated by NERVO as their ‘Breakthrough DJ/Producer of 2012’ and later earmarked by Billboard Magazine and Mixmag as an ‘Artist to Watch’ in 2013, the young dance music star known as Tom Swoon is being hailed and hyped by many – and for good reason. At only 19 years of age Tom is already in possession of an impressive repertoire of remix projects for artists that include Steve Aoki, Kaskade, Alex Gaudino, Flo Rida, Jennifer Lopez and Ellie Goulding.

Moving beyond remixing other artists, Tom is taking the world by storm with his powerful collaboration with Amba Shepherd “Not Too Late.” One of Miami Music Week’s signature tracks, it gained major play from some of the world’s most respected DJs. Turning the tables, it’s now time for Tom to get his own work remixed. The “Not Too Late” remix package is stunning and packed with diverse interpretations of the track. The original mix covers a fantastic palette of musical colors for each remixer to choose from; a perfect combination on progressive electro paired with powerful vocals. Bassnectar and Patrick Reza retain the overall spirit of Tom’s original but possess the drop with their signature bass attack. Maor Levi goes completely apesh!t on his remix building a flowing instrumental up to one of the sickest drops you’re bound to hear this spring. It’s top level. As with the first two remixes, Josef Belani opts to make the track his own. His version is atmospheric and emotional; building throughout towards a glorious synth-heavy explosion. Sebjak rounds out the collection with his electro-techy stamp splattered over the original. It’s a solid collection not to be missed.

It’s been an inspiring ascent for the young Polish Producer/DJ who only two years ago uploaded to YouTube his first production for his friends to check out. The track was his bootleg mash-up ‘David Guetta & Avicii vs Laidback Luke – Till Sunshine’ which within days went viral and led to Tom being inundated with reactions from keen fans and DJs alike. To date, the video has amassed a gigantic 12 million views on YouTube. Since this explosive beginning Tom’s music has continued to find momentum and has earned him fans in Tiësto, Steve Angello, Avicii, David Guetta, Bob Sinclar, Arty, Michael Calfan, Jesse Voorn and Gregori Klosman, among many others.

In addition to the release of “Not Too Late” Tom has several exciting remix projects coming for Steve Aoki, Angger Dimas, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike (Dim Mak), Flo Rida (Atlantic), Tara Mcdonald (Universal), Linkin Park (Warner Bros), Gareth Emery (Garuda), Sultan + Ned Shepard & NERVO (Strictly Rhythm), Dido (RCA). The latest remix release by Tom is his cut of Bloody Beetroots’ ‘Chronicles Of A Fallen Love’ which is out on Ultra Music and has gathered major support from Avicii, David Guetta, Arty, Gareth Emery and Steve Angello to name a few.

Following his 15-date DEBUT US that surrounded WMC, Tom Swoon will return for a second extensive US tour throughout May. Already confirmed are stops at Roxy in Orlando on May 3, Avalon in Los Angeles on May 4 and The Mid in Chicago on May 16 with the full tour schedule to be announced shortly.

Tom Swoon & Amba Shepherd – Not Too Late (Remixes) // Out now on Ultra Music

First nominated by NERVO as their ‘Breakthrough DJ / Producer of 2012’, then voted ‘Breakthrough DJ of the year’ on Polish dance website FTB and later earmarked by publications on both sides of the Atlantic in Billboard Magazine and Mixmag as an ‘Artist to Watch’ in 2013, the young EDM star known as Tom Swoon is being hailed and hyped by many…

At only 19 years of age and already in possession of an impressive repertoire of remix projects for artists that include Steve Aoki, Kaskade, Alex Gaudino, Flo Rida, Jennifer Lopez, and Ellie Goulding, Tom Swoon has been making his mark with a cluster of the world’s biggest recording imprints; Warner Bros, Universal, Atlantic, New State, EMI, Sony and Polydor.

An inspiring ascent for a Producer/DJ who only two years ago uploaded to YouTube his first production for his friends to check out. The track was his bootleg mash-up ‘David Guetta & Avicii vs Laidback Luke – Till Sunshine’ which within days went viral and led to Tom being inundated with reactions from keen fans and DJs alike and quickly become the launch pad for this young Polish stars career. To date the video has amassed a gigantic 12 million views on YouTube.

Since this explosive beginning Tom’s music has continued to find momentum and earned him evergreen fans in Tiesto, Avicii and David Guetta. The latest Tom Swoon release, a collaboration with vocalist Miss Palmer called ‘Who We Are’ has followed in similar fahsion picking up early support by Bob Sinclar, Michael Calfan, Jesse Voorn and Gregori Klosman.

On the horizon for this rising EDM behemoth star is a flurry of new releases most notably being his collaboration with the hotly tipped Mattias Kolstrup, the frontman of leading Danish band Dune better known in the EDM scene thanks to Alesso‘s remix of the band’s record ‘Heiress Of Valentina’, which is expected for release after his vocal anthem ‘Not Too Late’ with Amber Shepard, out now on US power imprint Ultra Music. Backed with a remix package that includes mixes from Bassnectar & PatrickReza, Maor Levi, Sebjak and rising start Josef Belani, ‘Not Too Late’ is set to be the marker that will establish Tom Swoon as a solo artist.

Alongside these original releases are several exciting remix projects for Steve Aoki, Angger Dimas, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike (Dim Mak), Flo Rida (Atlantic), Tara Mcdonald (Universal), Linkin Park (Warner Bros), Gareth Emery (Garuda), Sultan + Ned Shepard & NERVO (Strictly Rhythm), Dido (RCA). The latest remix release by Tom is his cut of Bloody Beetroots’ ‘Chronicles Of A Fallen Love’ which is out on Ultra Music and has gathered major support from Avicii, David Guetta, Arty, Gareth Emery and Steve Angello to name a few.

Clutching a fist full of new tunes that are set to send a ripple across the EDM scene and backed up with a tour diary brimming with shows in Mexico, Poland, The Netherlands and a North America tour which will see debut appearances in Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco and at Pacha NYC, alongside dance music pioneer Paul Oakenfold, and a debut appearance at icon UK festival Creamfields, Tom Swoon is well on course to solidifying all the high praise which has been bestowed upon him in recent months…watch this space an EDM superhero is coming!