Party Thieves celebrates Australian residency with 100K #TheftArmy mix

DJ, producer and #TheftArmy frontman Party Thieves has officially announced an Australian Residency for 2017 at Pacha and The Met, making him one of the first American DJs to conquer this territory.

The New York-based producer (real name Jared McFarlin) will be traveling Down Under every two months to booth up at famed Aussie nightclubs Pacha Sydney and The Met in Brisbane, as well as a handful of other venues around the continent. Party Thieves is set to headline his own shows for the debut run, but his international residency will eventually expand into his own curated night featuring handpicked artists from around the world.

To celebrate this major career milestone as well as reaching 100K followers on SoundCloud and thank his loyal #TheftArmy fans for continuous support, Party Thieves put together an exclusive 30-minute ‘100K #TheftArmy mix.’ Sticking true to his namesake party-starting style, Party Thieves blends his original tracks with fresh remixes of some of his favorite heavy-hitting tunes to create an upbeat, bass-fueled concoction. Representative of today’s modern electronic landscape and fusing sounds from across genres, Jared samples a variety of vocals, slashing synths, and dirty trap beats to create a fiery pump-up mix guaranteed to get you going.

If that’s not enough to celebrate, the party don also sold out the renowned Belasco Theatre in LA earlier this month — marking one of his most successful shows to date. A solo artist from New York, Party Thieves has swiftly made his presence known in the dance community by producing massive remixes and originals that have garnered support from artists such as RL Grime, Skrillex, Diplo, TJR, Adventure Club and Flosstradamus, just to name a few.

Party Thieves also made his presence known beyond the electronic realm when a video of his Mannequin Challenge at his show with Mashd N Kutcher at Pacha Sydney went viral, hitting over 1.6 million views on Facebook alone.

Party with Party Thieves
Dec 11 – Sydney, Australia – Ivy
Jan 14 – Las Vegas, NV – The Joint @ Hard Rock
March 19 – Puerto Vallerta, Mexico – Mandala
Mar 22 – Bullhead City, AZ – Nautical Hotel Grounds

Pyramid Recordings Newsletter

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Welcome to the first edition of the official “Pyramid Recordings” podcast, which is hosted by Canadian DJ/Producer “Flatland Funk”. Flatland Funk is a highly respected and devoted DJ/Producer within the electronic music industry, and owner of “Pyramid Recordings” record label. He gains support from artists like: MAKJ, Dyro, Blasterjaxx, Tommy Trash, Bombs Away!, Peep This, TJR, Low Steppa, and Lazy Rich. He also receives air play on Sirius XM, BBC Radio 1, and Di.fm!

EDM Hit Maker TJR Debuts Visual for “Freaks”

TJR (real name TJ Rozdilsky) has built a formidable catalogue of original tracks and remixessince exploding on the scene in 2008. He’s the consummate DJ’s DJ and its clear that the mixing skills he’s honed over his career have never been more relevant; spinning, rolling and scratching live, TJR is a sight to behold behind the decks, especially in an era of pre-programmed playlists. Known for his three Beatport overall #1’s with ‘Funky Vodka,’ ‘What’s Up Suckaz,’ and ‘Bounce Generation,’ his monstrous hit ‘Ode to Oi’ and the certified Platinum smash, ‘Don’t Stop The Party’ with Pitbull; TJR has become the master of the dance floor anthem. Moving to LA from Connecticut as a last ditch effort to avoid the corporate grind, he honed his skills behind the decks by constantly working at his craft. The hard work paid off and he found success in LA and San Diego, and from there the best parties and dance floors of the world beckoned.

Bunji Garlin – Television (Space Monk-E Remixxx)

Since he exploded onto the Dance music scene, American DJ and producer Space Monk-E has become one of the most talked about names in the industry and it is clear to see why. Armed with his unique booty-bouncin’ productions and perfectly crafted DJ sets, Space Monk-E has become the East Coast’s hottest and most in-demand artists in the game. With a release catalogue that includes hits such as: ‘Static’, ‘Burn’, ‘E Everybody’, ‘Snake Charmer’, ‘The Come Up’ and ‘The Illest’, it’s no wonder he has been causing chaos in many of New York’s premiere and legendary nightclub venues including: Limelight, Tunnel and Original EXIT, supporting tastemakers and heavyweight stars such as: TJR, DJ Funk, Frankie Bones, Bad Boy Bill and Rob Gee along the way.

Up next from Space Monk-E is his unique take on Bunji Garlin’s hit record ‘Television’, a record that has already been the cause of huge waves in clubs and at festivals around the world. Full of heavy bass-lines, driving drums, razor synths and Bunji’s superbly executed vocals, this Electro House thriller is a worthy inclusion in any DJ’s record collection – definitely one of 2016’s summer peak time anthems.

As a way of thanking his global fan base for all their love, support and dedication over the past few years, Space Monk-E decided that it would only be right if he released his remix of ‘Television’ as a free download via his official Soundcloud page. ‘Television (Space Monk-E Remixxx)’ is out now and its release is set to project Space Monk-E even further up the Dance music ladder.

Space Monk-E Announces ‘Thermal’

American DJ and producer Space Monk-E has been causing scenes everywhere he goes since he exploded onto the Dance music scene. Establishing himself as one of the East Coast’s hottest DJs and producers, the in-demand DJ is one of the most exciting and fastest growing artists in the industry, thanks to his booty-bouncin’ DJ sets and perfectly crafted productions. With a release catalogue that includes hits such as: ‘Static’, ‘Burn’, ‘E Everybody’, ‘Snake Charmer’, ‘The Come Up’ and ‘The Illest’, it is easy to see why he has been causing chaos in some of New York’s premiere venues including: Limelight, Tunnel and Original EXIT, supporting tastemakers and A-List stars such as: TJR, DJ Funk, Frankie Bones, Bad Boy Bill and Rob Gee along the way.

Next to be added to Space Monk-E’s ever-growing release catalogue is ‘Thermal’, an infectious record that has already been producing huge waves in the clubbing world. Full of razor synths, driving bass, infectious melodies and a hands in the air breakdown, this Progressive infused Electro House monster is sure to cause mayhem on a global scale – making it a peak time anthem and a must have for any DJ’s record collection.

It was only natural that Space Monk-E’s highly anticipated ‘Thermal’ was released on his very own imprint Smooth Villain Records. Established as a platform for upcoming talents, as well as Space Monk-E’s own music, Smooth Villain Records has already become one of the industry’s most respected new labels, thanks to their attention to detail and willingness to promote and nurture new talent – a feat that may upcoming labels thrive towards. ‘Thermal’ is out now so make sure you grab your copy now, as it is expected to fly off the record store shelves.

Space Monk-E – Zipper

It’s no surprise that American DJ and producer Space Monk-E has established himself as one of the East Coast’s hottest DJs and producers, thanks to his booty-bouncin’ DJ sets and perfectly crafted productions. The in-demand DJ is one of the most exciting and fastest growing artists in the industry and is the mastermind behind hit records like: ‘Static’, ‘Burn’, ‘E Everybody’, ‘Snake Charmer’, ‘The Come Up’ and ‘The Illest’ – energetic tracks that have been causing chaos in festivals and clubs worldwide. Taking time out of the studio, Space Monk-E can be found behind the decks at some of NYC’s legendary venues including: Limelight, Tunnel and Original EXIT, supporting tastemakers and A-List stars such as: TJR, DJ Funk, Frankie Bones, Bad Boy Bill and Rob Gee along the way – monumental achievements for any calibre of artist.

The next record to be unleashed from Space Monk-E’s studio and added to his every-growing release catalogue is ‘Zipper’. Full of driving bass-lines, heavy drums, infectious synths and exhilarating FXs, this Trap and Hip-Hop influenced Electro bomb is sure to explode on dance-floors all around the globe, making it the perfect addition to any DJ’s record collection and a must for any peak time set.

The release of ‘Zipper’ will see Space Monk-E return to his very own Smooth Villain Records. Established as a way of giving upcoming talent a platform to be heard, as well as releasing his own music, Smooth Villain Records has already become one of the industry’s most respected new labels, thanks to their attention to detail and willingness to promote and nurture new talent. The label already boosts an impressive roster that includes rising stars like: GenRx, Murmur, Kairo, Vinny Vega, Jack The Sipper, DeadRomeo and Jennifer Haley and with ‘Zipper’ out now, you can expect to hear a lot more from Space Monk-E and Smooth Villain Records in the near future, on their way to the top of the EDM ladder.

ONE CITY & Peep This – Crank It Up

Canadian hotshots ONE CITY have been causing huge noises in their home country thanks to their unique and perfectly crafted Progressive House and EDM thrillers. Since exploding onto the scene, they have become one of Canada’s hottest exports and are behind records such as ‘I Wish’ and ‘Your Silence’, which was released on heavyweight producer Adam K’s Hotbox Digital imprint and remixed by the label boss himself – milestone achievements for any calibre of artist.

Collaborating with ONE CITY is Peep This, another Canadian duo who have been making strong waves within the scene. With a record collection consisting of weapons like ‘Thunderclap’, ‘Can You Feel Dat’, ‘Bad Mon’ and ‘Never Knew You’, it’s no wonder A-List stars including Afrojack, Steve Aoki, Deorro, MAKJ, TJR, VINAI, Will Spark and DJ BL3ND have been championing their work.

Their time in the studio together has resulted in ‘Crank It Up’, a Big Room EDM bomb that is sure to have an impact and send dance-floors and festivals into chaos. Filled with euphoric synths, heavy bass-lines and driving beats, ‘Crank It Up’ is a must for any peak time set and DJ’s record collection.

AtomicSky Recordings jumped at the chance to sign ‘Crank It Up’ and add it to their ever-growing release catalogue, which will see ONE CITY and Peep This join the label’s rapidly developing roster that includes the likes of: Adventus, Stephan Jordan, JakkCity, Elio & Sylvester, Cain Pridmore, D.Polo, Wanzama and Danny Q Parker. ‘Crack It Up’ has hit the shelves on the 24th of May, exclusively on Beatport and will see ONE CITY and Peep This’ rise to stardom continue at a fast pace.

Space Monk-E – Liquid

Thanks to his booty movin’ productions, Space Monk-E has established himself as one of the scene’s hottest and most in-demand DJs and producers. The fast rising star is the mastermind behind hit productions like: ‘Static’, ‘Burn’, ‘E Everybody’, ‘Snake Charmer’, ‘The Come Up’ and ‘The Illest’ – booty-shakin’ tracks that have been causing chaos in festivals and clubs around the globe. As well as a wizard in the studio, Space Monk-E has been found behind the decks at some of NYC’s legendary venues including: Limelight, Tunnel and Original EXIT, supporting international stars such as: TJR, DJ Funk, Frankie Bones, Bad Boy Bill and Rob Gee along the way – an achievement many aspiring DJs can only dream.

Time in the studio has lead to Space Monk-E’s latest production, coming in the form of ‘Liquid’. This Melbourne influenced Electro banger perfectly showcases the multi-talented artist’s unique production skills and versatility in the studio. Filled with energetic beats, a heavy bass-line, raw synths and filthy FX’s, ‘Liquid’ is armed with everything you need to send dance-floors wild – making it the perfect peak time record and a must for any DJ’s record collection.

The release of ‘Liquid’ will see Space Monk-E make his return to Smooth Villain Records, his very own imprint. Established as a way of giving upcoming talent a platform to be heard, as well as releasing his own music, Smooth Villain Records has already become one of the industry’s fastest rising and exciting new labels. With a roster that includes high flying artists like: GenRx, Murmur, Kairo, Vinny Vega, Jack The Sipper, DeadRomeo and Jennifer Haley, 2016 is already shaping to be a monumental year for both artist and imprint.

Major Lazer Ft. Elliphant & Jovi Rockwell – Too Original (TJR Remix)

Space Monk-E – The Illest

Space Monk-E is a name that is hot on everyone’s lips in the US east coast scene, thanks to his ‘booty movin’ productions – securing his place as one of Dance music’s fastest rising stars. Responsible for hits such as: ‘Static’, ‘Burn’, ‘E Everybody’, ‘Snake Charmer’ and ‘The Come Up’, Space Monk-E’s Hard Electro to booty-shaking bass style has been pleasing crowds wherever he spins – securing his place as one of the scene’s most in demand DJs. Holding down residencies at some of NYC’s legendary venues including: Limelight, Tunnel and Original EXIT, Space Monk-E has been supporting international stars such as: TJR, DJ Funk, Frankie Bones, Bad Boy Bill and Rob Gee – an achievement many aspiring DJs can only dream.

After a busy schedule locked in the studio, Space Monk-E is back with yet another production masterpiece, coming in the form of ‘The Illest’. This four-track EP perfectly showcases Space Monk-E’s unique and versatile production skills as he has crafted a wide range of Electro and Dubstep influenced thrillers – ‘The Illest’, ‘Honey Comb’, ‘Ice Cold’ and ‘Uh-Oh’. Full of energy, dirty synths, heavy beats and deep bass-lines, ‘The Illest’ EP certainly lives up to Space Monk-E’s name; sure to rock festivals and clubs around the globe.

‘The Illest’ will see Space Monk-E return to his very own imprint Smooth Villain Records. A platform dedicated to releasing Space Monk-E’s own productions and supporting upcoming talent, Smooth Villain Records has proved itself as a fastest emerging label and already boasts an impressive roster including artists such as: GenRx, Murmur, Kairo, Vinny Vega, Jack The Sipper, DeadRomeo and Jennifer Haley. 2016 is already shaping to be an action packed year for Space Monk-E as his mission to international stardom shows no sign of slowing down any time soon.