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Stereo Monday: #21

Happy 21st edition of Stereo Monday! Still feeling energised from Dada Life’s set (which we will blog later) last Saturday ūüėČ

Basto’s “I Rave You” is finally out! I’ve been waiting for this release for awhile now. Hopefully you guys will enjoy it too.

So here’s some upbeat songs for our playlist this week.

Check out our playlist on YouTube.

1. Zedd ft. Matthew Koma – Spectrum

2. Basto – I Rave You (Original Mix)

3. Nicky Romero & Zroq – WTF

4. Kurd Maverick – Hell Yeah (Original Mix)

5. Bingo Players – Mode (Original Mix)

6. Bingo Players – Rattle (Original Mix)

7. Wolfgang Gartner – Redline

8. Jordy Dazz – OMG (Original Mix)

9. Hard Rock Sofa – Quasar (Original Mix)

10. Kaskade feat. Skylar Grey – Room For Happiness (fire)

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Stereo Monday: #17

How are you guys doing? This week I can’t help but feature 3 Calvin Harris’ songs. Probably caught the Calvin Harris bug, can’t seem to stop listening to his music. By the way, have you guys caught Dada Life’s music video for “Rolling Stones T-Shirt” ¬†? It’s hilarious man, you guys gotta see it !

Anyhoooo, here’s this week’s playlist on YouTube.

1. Cheryl Cole Feat. Calvin Harris – Call My Name

2. Calvin Harris – Feel So Close

3. Calvin Harris – Bounce Feat. Kelis

4. Studio Killers – Eros and Apollo

5. R3hab – The Bottle Song

6. Kaskade – Llove (Dada Life Remix)

7. Dash Berlin Feat. Emma Hewitt – Disarm Yourself

8. Alesso vs Keane РSilenced By The Night (Alesso Remix)

9. ATB with Dash Berlin – Apollo Road

10. Arnej – We Unite

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Stereo Monday: #5

Hello there! In the blink of an eye, it’s already the fifth week since we first started “Stereo Monday”. We’re thrilled to bring you more great electronic dance music every week! This week, we featured some infectious tune that just wouldn’t get out of our heads such as¬†¬†Tristan Garner’s Overdrive and Adrian Lux’s Fire.

Also, we are finally able to feature the track that Avicii has been playing in all his sets but was never released with a confirmed track title until recently which is called NickTim (combination of the name Nicky Romero & Avicii since they both did the track together).

Not to forget, we just felt the importance to feature the mega-hit “Leave the world behind” by¬†Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Angello & Laidback Luke with the vocals of¬†Canadian singer Deborah Cox because the track is basically a milestone attained in the scene of Electronic Dance Music and it remains as one of the most-played track in our ipod.

Stereo Monday: Playlist #5

1. Tristan Garner – Overdrive

2. David Guetta Feat. Sia – Titanium (Gregori Klosman Remix)

3. Tommy Trash РCascade (Original Mix)

4. Quintino РWe Gonna Rock (Original Mix)

5. Dirty South & Thomas Gold feat. Kate Elsworth – Alive

6. Moguai – Mpire (Original Mix)

7. Avicii Vs Nicky Romero РNicktim

8. Kaskade feat. Skylar Grey РRoom For Happiness (Feenixpawl Remix)

9. Adrian Lux ft. Lune РFire

10. Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Angello, Laidback Luke Feat. Deborah Cox

 

Have a good week ahead!

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Zouk Singapore: Kaskade (Dec’11)

Ryan Raddon aka Kaskade, is one of the leading electronic music producers from America. Having been active since 2001, Kaskade came a long way and have pretty much been involved in the evolution of the dance music scene around the world. Having released more than 7 studio albums to date and have worked with several other big names such as Tiesto and Deadmau5, just to name a few.

Weeks before the event, when I first heard about the news that Kaskade¬†will be coming for his debut in Zouk Singapore, I knew it was a night not to be missed. Despite the excitement, my friends and decided that it’s going to be a night to unwind after a day of work so we stayed away from the dance floor (we foresaw the sardine-packed crowd that will happen that night) and hanged around the second level of Zouk.¬†True enough, the dance floor was packed way before Kaskade‘s arrival.

The moment Kaskade¬†took over the booth, insanity started among the crowd. Front-rowers jumped crazily trying to get Kaskade’s signature, photos and high-fives. Others just danced… non-stop.¬†Throughout the night, Kaskade dropped several of his tracks from his latest studio album “Fire & Ice” such as “Lessons In Love” featuring the Neon Trees. Some of my¬†favorites from the album are¬†“Turn It Down” featuring the Swedish duo Rebecca & Fiona as well as “Llove” featuring the talented vocals of Haley and sure enough, I was glad that Kaskade dropped these tracks!

Besides the original softer tracks, Kaskade also dropped several current popular tunes such as Dada Life’s “Happy Violence“, David Guetta’s “Paris“, Alesso’s “Raise Your Head“, Swedish House Mafia’s “Save The World”¬†and of course, the unmissable “Levels” by Avicii.¬†Of course, I was most pleasantly surprised when Kaskade dropped the Ti√ęsto‘s classic “Lethal Industry“.

To be honest,¬†I was a little disappointed because towards the later part of the set, tracks after tracks seemed to be mainly the “out-there-tracks” that’s pretty much played everywhere in the Dance music scene right now. Sure enough, that seemed fine since the crowd seemed to really enjoy them.

However, for¬†Kaskade¬†who’s had more than 7 studio albums, I would’ve expected tons and tons of original bangers from the man itself especially since he’s come from a journey of successful singles and I must say that a lot of the original tunes are really good so there’s really no reason why they should be excluded for the popular tracks that are played everywhere right now. That’s just my two cents worth.

All in all, the night was still splendid considering how the crowd seemed to really enjoy Kaskade‘s set. I, too, was enjoying and¬†indulging in a musical journey led by¬†Kaskade.

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