Wildfellaz, Navaz, PuroWuan and more remix Rell The Soundbender’s ‘Criminal’

We AM – Make It Go (Dannic Edit)

Dannic returns to his very own imprint Fonk Recordings, releasing his highly anticipated edit of We AM’s ‘Make It Go’. Since exploding onto the scene, Dannic has projected himself up through the Dance music ladder at rapid pace; establishing himself as one of the globe’s finest craftsmen. Currently ranked #26 in the DJMag Top 100 DJs chart, Dannic is responsible for hit singles such as ‘Radical’, ‘Survivors’ and ‘Dear Life’, collaborating with the likes of Hardwell, Dyro, and remixing Armin van Buuren and R3hab along the way – achievements many can only dream of.

Teaming up with Dannic for ‘Make It Go’ are rising stars We AM. Hailing from Bern, Switzerland, Alex and Manuel, the two talents behind the We AM moniker, have cemented their place as one of the scene’s fastest rising duos, thanks to their unique studio productions. Already gaining support from A-List DJs such as: Sidney Samson, Kill The Buzz, Danny Avila, Lucky Date and Juicy M, 2016 looks set to be a standout year for the multi-talented Swiss pair.

‘Make It Go’ certainly brings the funk to Fonk. With bouncy razor sharp synths, heavy drums, vast amounts of groove and drops that unleash plenty of energetic waves, ‘Make It Go’ contains the perfect blend of Dannic’s trademark sound and We AM’s groovy style. The breakdown will certainly make the hairs on your arms stand, thanks to the emotional, euphoric chords and intricate sound design – a must for any DJ’s record collection.

11th April is the release date for this Electro infused Progressive thriller, which will be released via Dannic’s own Fonk Recordings. Despite only launching in October 2015, the label has already established itself as one of the industry’s most exciting, emerging new imprints and boasts a stellar roster that includes artists such as: Dannic, HIIO, M35 and Vion Konger – an impressive roster for a relatively new brand. Already a firm favourite in Hardwell, Dannic and Kill The Buzz’s DJ sets, ‘Make It Go’ is sure to be one of the most talked about tracks of 2016.

Far East Movement & Sidney Samson – Bang It To The Curb (Dotcom Remix)

Dotcom Remixes Far East Movement

Far East Movement‘s ‘KTown Riot’ mini-album is a homage to their hometown and is inspired by the group’s experiences in the Korea-town community. Popular LA artist Eric Pineda aka Playkill lent a hand for the album artwork pieces. Moreover, the mini-album features a number of Far East Movement’s standout collaborations. Fan favorite “The Illest,” has been remixed with chart-topping Grammy nominated TDE rapper Schoolboy Q. EDM influenced club-banger “Grimey Thirsty” enlisted the production of Rell The Soundbender and a verse by Compton’s YG. Electro house DJ and producer Sidney Samson collaborates with the group to cook up the genre blending bass heater “Bang It To The Curb.”

There is no denying the buzz generating around Chris Comstock, better known as Dotcom. The young producer from Philadelphia is turning heads everywhere and leaving listeners with an impression that sticks with his festival-worthy remixes and heavy hitting production. Pushing play on his latest remix of Far East Movement‘s “Bang It To The Curb” is like igniting a stick of dynamite. Give the fuse a few seconds before it detonates into Dotcom’s unique sound and style with a grimy bass line, huge 808s, and a piercing synth with a grinding melody that will make your entire room shake.

Diogo Mesnasso – Spanked

Diogo Menasso Drops Devastating Peak Time Anthem ‘Spanked’

Portuguese production heavyweight Diogo Menasso has been a busy man in recent years. With his list of releases now up in triple figures, Diogo has become one of his country’s most reliable resources for high end electronic music releases with the likes of Kontor, Vidisco, Versuz Essentials, Exklusive, Rac Kaos, Pandora Rec, Composure UK and many more premium labels lining up to release his heavyweight productions. Backing up his impressive resume is a long line of some of the leading tastemakers in House music who are keen to support new projects bearing Diogo’s internationally respected name. Dada Life, Sidney Samson, Gregor Salto, D.O.N.S., Pete Tha Zouk and many more are all among the long list of names that are jumping at Diogo’s new releases and his latest offering ‘Spanked’ is surely one of his best yet.

Diogo kicks off ‘Spanked’ with relative calm – the intro is deceptively held back and you’d be forgiven for being surprised when the break lets off a thunderous sine blast. That full bodied smack introduces the main synth – a glowing and creatively modulated and edited lead that sings out a proud and euphoric melody that’ll be hummed for weeks after listening. As the leads open up and reach full capacity, the break push up into a crescendo of snare rushes and tension, bolstered by the party-starting looped vocal “Here we f’ing go” – which introduces the main body of the track.

The drop brings out a huge bass, mostly down to Diogo’s monster kick drum. The kick is getting towards Hardstyle territory, carrying a tone of its own which is creatively pitched into its own melody to bring together the key of the track. Punching through the sub territory with extreme power – ‘Spanked’ may well be named after the kick drum which more than lives up to the name of this hard-hitting production. Tight, bouncy and ready to work your subs – Diogo has a knack of getting low frequency energy to carry a serious punch and judging by the professional nature of the rest of the production, it’s a magic trick that’s honed over many years in the studio.

Diogo’s no doubt making a big name for himself in Portugal and his limits are reaching far beyond even the continent. With an online army of followers amassing and an extensive list of A-list supporters, it’s clear that Diogo’s impressing on every level. Portugal needs another hero of dance music and if Diogo keeps this pace and quality up – he may well find himself becoming somewhat of a national treasure for a country that’s got plenty to shout about when it comes to electronic dance music in all its forms.

Frank & Jelte – Press.Play.Jump

Frank & Jelte have been radio DJ’s for Dutch national number one radio station Radio 538 for over a decade. Having DJ’s like Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Nicky Romero and Calvin Harris on their show, Frank & Jelte got inspired by the world, lifestyle and success of the international DJ elite.

Frank & Jelte recorded their debut single Press.Play.Jump with the help of Dutch legend Sidney Samson. Using their radio show popularity and their exceptional ability to party, they’ve started a campaign getting votes for the world’s most respected DJ ranking: the DJ Mag Top 100. And a single release like Press.Play.Jump might just add a bit of musical finesse to that campaign.

Press.Play.Jump was off to a great start as the track already achieved the “made” status during Radio 538’s daily “make-it-or-break-it” election with a cool 94% of the votes.

As of this week, Frank & Jelte’s musical debut will be found on maximum rotation as Press.Play.Jump is this week’s Radio 538 Dance Smash, making this single the most important dance track of the week!

Gold for Chocolate Puma / Frank & Jelte score Dance Smash

Frank & Jelte have been radio DJ’s for Dutch national number one radio station Radio 538 for over a decade. Having DJ’s like Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Nicky Romero and Calvin Harris on their show, Frank & Jelte got inspired by the world, lifestyle and success of the international DJ elite.

Frank & Jelte recorded their debut single Press.Play.Jump with the help of Dutch legend Sidney Samson. Using their radio show popularity and their exceptional ability to party, they’ve started a campaign getting votes for the world’s most respected DJ ranking: The DJ Mag Top 100. And a single release like Press.Play.Jump might just add a bit of musical finesse to that campaign.

Press.Play.Jump was off to a great start as the track already achieved the “made” status during Radio 538’s daily “make-it-or-break-it” election with a cool 94% of the votes.

As of this week, Frank & Jelte’s musical debut will be found on maximum rotation as Press.Play.Jump is this week’s Radio 538 Dance Smash!

Gregor Salto feat. MC Spyder – Rumble (Original Mix)

Masterbeaters – Episode 091 – Virgil Abad – Metropolitan – 06072014

June 7, 2014Masterbeaters – Episode 091 – Virgil Abad – Metropolitan – 06072014

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01. Beastie Boys vs Young Dro vs Jacob Plant – Fuck Dat Girl (MAKJ LIVE Edit)
02. Junior Senior vs Boombox Cartel – Move Your Feet
03. DVBBS, Vinai – Raveology (Original Mix)
04. MOTi – Heat It Up (Original Mix)
05. Slice & Dice – Get This (Koyote Sounds Like Bootleg)
06. TJR vs GTA – Booty Bounce Generation
07. Chainsmokers vs Botnek – Selfie
08. The Lonely Island ft. Lil Jon & Sam F – When Will The Bass Drop
09. Reece Low – Ready (Original Mix)
10. Fatman Scoop vs Twoloud – Lets Get Fucked Up
11. Borgeous – Celebration (Original Mix)
12. Wolfpack and Bobby Puma – Jump (Original Mix)
13. EC Twins, Darrigo – Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll (Original Mix)
14. Alvaro – Shades (Original Mix)
15. Afrojack and Martin Garrix – Turn Up The Speakers (Original Mix)
16. Bassjackers & Martin Garrix – Crackin (DJ Scene Bounce Edit)
17. Twoloud vs Danny Avila – Rock The Place (Original Mix)
18. Sidney Samson, Justin Prime – Thunderbolt (Original Mix)
19. Hardwell – Everybody Is In The Place
20. Bassjackers & MAKJ – Derp
21. Showtek – We Like To Party
22. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Martin Garrix vs Dirty South – Tremor
23. The Chainsmokers – Instagram That Selfie
24. Lil Wayne ft 2 Chainz – Rich As Fuck
25. Showtek, Noisecontrollers, Vanic vs ASAP Rocky, Skrillex – Get Loose For The Night (Crate Breakers Bootleg)
26. Steve Aoki, Diplo, & Deorro – Freaks
27. DJ Jean – The Launch (D.O.D Remix Club Mix)
28. Rank 1 – Airwave
29. Alice Deejay vs Sidney Samson – Better Off Alone
30. Armin Van Buuren & W&W – This Is What It Feels Like
31. John Legend – All Of Me
32. Bingo Players – Knock You Out (Hardwell Remix)
33. Calvin Harris – Summer
34. Tiesto feat. Matthew Koma – Wasted (TST Remix)
35. Beyonce – Pretty Hurts (R3hab Remix)
36. Armin Van Buuren & W&W – D #Fat Out of Heaven (Dashup Reboot)
37. Temper Traps – Sweet Disposition
38. Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams (MakJ Bootleg)
39. Daft Punk vs FEM – One More Jello (Bingo Players Bootleg)
40. Guns n Roses – Sweet Child Of Mine (Alex Wynn Bootleg)
41. Journey – Don’t Stop Believing
42. The Outfield vs Alesso – Your Love
43. Edward Maya – Stereo Love
44. Kid Cudi – Pursuit Of Happiness (Steve Aoki Remix)