Monthly Archive: November 2012

Blasterjaxx & D-Rashid Preview “Reborn” & “Were We Go”

Who: Blasterjaxx & D-Rashid What: Reborn & Were We Go Where: The Netherlands New music coming up! The Dutch duo Blasterjaxx and Dutch producer D-Rashid did a new collaboration after their free track “Pinup Couture (Official LatinVillage Theme)”. Both Blasterjaxx...

Blasterjaxx Share 15 Tracks For Free

Who: Blasterjaxx What: 15 tracks for free Where: The Hague, The Netherlands Free music coming trough! The Blasterjaxx have been featured on Dance Rebels quite a lot and it’s once again time for some new freebies! The Dutch duo recently...

James Silk & Andre Crom Release Perfect Thing

Who: James Silk, Andre Crom What: Perfect Thing (Original Mix) Where: The United Kingdom, Germany Perfect Thing is a throwback to that 80s dance sound most people get nostalgic about, and some people get physically bothered by. Now, I am one of...

Need Nothing Out On Klasse Recordings

Who: Luca Lozano, Portico Quartet, Keir Vine, Sacha Robotti What: Need Nothing (3 Tracks) Where: Germany, The United Kingdom Need Nothing is a newly released EP featuring the original mix of the album’s namesake Need Nothing, as well as the Portico Quartet &...

Tiësto Is Ready To Jump The Brakes On Performing

The explosion of electronic dance music’s popularity in the United States has made plenty of people rich and famous in just a few short years. But when it comes to proper rave music, there are few giants as relevant around...

Save The Princess In “Skrillex Quest”

“Skrillex Quest” is an 8-bit-inspired internet game, developed by Jason Oda, and features Sonny John Moore in an attempt to save the princess. Head over to the “Skrillex Quest” website to have a go.

Flume’s Sleepless Remix Package II Out On Future Classic

Who: Flume, Cosmo’s Midnight, Charles Murdoch What: Sleepless Feat. Jezzabell Doran (2 Remixes) Where: Australia The remixes of Sleepless, Part 2, include two incredible pieces of electronica by Cosmo’s and Murdoch who won Beatport’s Remix Contest. Cosmo’s remix is much slower, but ambient...

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