Still on a high from their sell-out 15k capacity festival “The Voyage”, rampaging Swedes Dada Life turn up the pace with the official remix package of ‘One Last Night On Earth’.

The duo – who broke the official GUINNESS WORLD RECORD for “Most People Dressed As Fruit” at The Voyage when 629 fans turned up dressed as bananas – have called up official edits from Speaker of The House, East & Young, Nom De Strip and Young Bombs. A varied selection from Olle Corneer and Stefan Engblom, the set delivers everything from popping Electro Garage to Big Room to what could possibly be termed Balearic Progressive.

Vancouver duo Young Bombs turn in the remix probably closest to the Dada Life sound, their hands-in-the-air, sweeping synth and bass production capturing the same positive vibe Dada Life manage to inject into every track. On the other end of the spectrum – and with over one and a half million plays already on SoundCloud alone – Speaker of The House’s beautiful, ethereal cut drifts dreamily along, allowing the vocal to fly easily across a tripping bass line that develops unexpectedly into Balearic territories as lazy, muted guitar strings and soft percussion take it in a totally new direction.

Also on the line-up is Edinburgh producer Chris Elliott, better known as Nom De Strip. His edition jumps from thundering big room elements to swinging, almost shuffling house, masterfully crafting one central, off-beat, syncopated rhythm that ties the whole track together. Rising Dutch duo East & Young wrap things up with a remix that hints at UK garage but has enough big anthem elements, popping electro sections and chopped vocal lines to make it more than main stage ready, as the last of this summer’s big festivals rear their heads.

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01. Drake – 0 to 100 (Grandtheft Bootleg)
02. Dirty Bastard vs Eric D-Lux – Shimmy Shimmy Take It Back Twerk (Forbe$ Rework Bootleg)
03. The Fugees – Ready Or Not (Whiite Remix)
04. Luniz – I Got 5 On It (WHIIITE X ETC!ETC! REMIX)
05. Wrecks-N-Effect – Rump Shaker (Dennis Blaze Twerk Edit)
06. Fat Joe vs Onderkoffer – Lean Back
07. Bubba Sparxxx ft Ying Yang Twins – Ms New Booty (Royal X Wallie Remix)
08. Kriss Kross – Jump (DJ Jekey Twerk Remix)
09. House Of Pain – Jump Around (Goodfellas Twerk Edit)
10. Tre Nyce – Hot Girl
11. Tyga – Ass So Fat (Obscene Twerk Edit)
12. Juicy J – Bounce It (Cova & Steel Twerk Remix)
13. B.o.B. & 2 Chainz – HeadBand (TWRK & Lambo Remix)
14. DJ Bosa – Bring Out The Twerk (Jay-z vs Yellowclaw Essntial Twerk Smash Up)
15. Sage The Gemini ft. Kool John – College Drop (Mastamonk & Dibs Twerk Remix)
16. Diplo ft Angger Dimas and Travis Porter – Biggie Bounce (Kid Kamillion Remix)
17. Clayton William – Fill Ur Cup Up
18. Dennis Blaze – Twerk Party
19. Beyonce ft Jay Z – Drunk In Love (Diplo Remix vs DJ Valid Twerk Edit)
20. Iggy Azalea – Fancy (GTA Remix)
21. Lil Jon – Bend Ova
22. RedFoo, Eric D-Lux, & Rio Gonder – WTBA (Where The Baes At)
23. Future – Move That Doh (Play-N-Skillz & Scott Summers Remix)
24. Rich Homie Quan vs Lookas – Type Of Way
25. Lil Wayne vs Ikon – Rich As Fuck (Ikon Trap Flip)
26. Carnage vs. P.Diddy & French Montana – 85 Mammoth (G&J Edit)
27. Showtek – We Like To Party (Slander And NGHTMRE Festival Trap Edit)
28. Avicii – You Make Me (Diplo Remix)
29. TJR vs Ricky Vaughn – What’s Up Suckaz
30. Nom De Strip – I Can’t Believe
31. Armand Van Halden – Funk Phenomena
32. Chicago – Street Player
33. Technotronic – Pump Up The Jam
34. John Newman vs Vice – Love Me Again
35. Yeah Yeahs vs Bassment Jaxx vs Deorro – Wheres Your Head At
36. Duck Sauce vs Chardy – NRG
37. Mat Zo vs Porter Robinson – Easy
38. Martin Solveig & The Cataracs ft. Kyle – Hey Now (Tommie Sunshine Live City Remix)
39. Calvin Harris ft. Ayah Marar – Thinking About You (Laidback Luke Remix)
40. Krewella – Alive (TJR’s Bouncy Version)
41. Calvin Harris – Summer (Basskiller Catch Bootleg)
42. DVBBS & Vinai – Raveology
43. Pitbull Vs Bombs Away – Driving Around
44. Chainsmokers vs Borgore – #Ratchet #Selfie

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Nom De Strip, Congorock – Minerals

Congorock & Nom De Strip – “Minerals”

Have you been missing that BOUNCE on the dance floor? Well, you’ll want to take notice of this massive gem we just unearthed for you – Congorock & Nom De Strip, “Minerals” – out today – November 22 on Ultra Music.

“Minerals” marks the much-anticipated return to the producer’s chair for Italy’s Congorock, who in partnership with emerging talent Nom De Strip, has created one of the most talked about tracks on the global dance floor – a track that has garnered praise already from the likes of Kaskade, David Guetta, Tommy Trash, Nervo, John Dahlbäck, Dada Life and more. This isn’t about a huge drop and some glorious synths that you’ve heard before. Rather, “Minerals” brings a fierce driving rhythm that makes you want to get down to business and dance all night long.

Congorock, the Sci-Fi obsessed producer, burst onto the scene in 2009 when he dropped the fiery single “Babylon” and scorching remixes of Boy George and Mark Ronson’s “Somebody to Love” and Swedish House Mafia‘s “One.” Genre titans David Guetta, Tiësto, Diplo, Afrojack, Martin Solveig, and more began spinning his tracks, showing allegiance to the budding talent as he supported everyone from MSTRKRFT to Chemical Brothers. In 2012, he remixed Rihanna’s smash “Diamonds” and joined her for the highly publicized 777 Tour.

Since launching his solo project “Nom De Strip” in 2009, producer Chris Elliott has gone on to release many underground hits, and more recently has put out two acclaimed EP’s – Clouds EP Vol 1 and Vol 2 – as well as an official remix of Tommy Trash’s “Monkey See Monkey Do” – all of which have found their natural home on deadmau5‘s highly successful mau5trap label imprint. Nom has been hailed as one to watch by industry heavyweights such as deadmau5, Tiësto, Swedish House Mafia, Wolfgang Gartner, Tommy Trash, Dada Life and Dirty South. The producer was greeted with massive support from deadmau5 in 2012, leading to a string of remixes under the mau5trap label. The meteoric impact of recent key tracks “The Nothing,” “Swagnum P.I.,” and a remix of mau5’s “Channel 42” lead to Elliott signing an exclusive deal with Chris Lake’s Rising Music label in 2013.

Fortify your dance music experience with these essential “Minerals.”

Congorock and Nom De Strip is available for interviews

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TJR – What’s Up Suckaz (Nom De Strip Edit)

‘After Dark’ from Hard Rock Sofa, Nom De Strip, Vanilla Ace & TV Noise

House juggernauts Style Of Eye & Tom Staar collaborate on this year’s summer club anthem. “After Dark” has had huge early support from Swedish House Mafia, David Guetta, Afrojack and Nicky Romero to name a few. Radio One’s Zane Lowe, Pete Tong and Danny Howard have been championing the record on the airwaves, whilst Greg James has made it his record of the week, calling it this year’s Porter Robinson “Language”.

Set for release on 24th June, the single is also backed by a heavyweight remix package. With the varied lineup of Nom De Strip, Vanilla Ace, TV Noise and Hard Rock Sofa all stepping up to bring their own sound to the track, they provide ample new ammunition for dance floors of all dispositions.

Style of Eye’s year so far has seen him embark on a stellar month-long US Tour taking in Masquerade Motel in LA alongside Swedish House Mafia and Ultra festival in Miami. His remix of Zedd’s ‘Clarity’ released on Interscope is also hotly tipped to be one of this summer’s key festival anthems.

Tom Staar is having an amazing year, having played to over 400k people n the past 3 months, he’s also supported Deadmau5, Fatboy Slim, Pete Tong & Zane Lowe whilst releasing on Mau5trap, Mixmash, Kindergarten, and Ultra. He’s a founding member of Moda/Moda Black (with Jaymo & Andy George) and has come through the ranks, gigging the UK club circuit and gaining strong support from Radio One’s Annie Mac and Pete Tong.

Nom De Strip & Hatiras – Nippleodeon