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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 – Silenced By The Night (Alesso Remix)

9. ATB with Dash Berlin – Apollo Road

10. Arnej – We Unite

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Stereo Monday: #15

Hey! How was your weekend ?  It has been a super tiring week for me even during the weekend whereby I had to go back to work in the morning. So here’s this week’s playlist. If your weekend was burnt too, hopefully this week’s playlist will revitalise you. This week will be a better week! 🙂


Here’s the YouTube playlist.

1. Gotye Feat. Kimbra – Somebody That I Used To Know (Tiësto Remix)

2. Julian Jordan – Rock Steady

3. Mat Zo & Arty – Mozart

4. Nicky Romero – Se7en

5. Hardwell & Nicky Romero – Bèta

6. Michael Brun – Dawn (Hardwell Edit)

7. Thomas Gold vs Kings Of Tomorrow – Finally 2 Me (Frank Caro & Adria Alemany Mashup)

8. R3hab & Swanky Tunes ft. Max C. – Sending My Love

9. Basto – I Rave You

10. Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano – Lethal Industry

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Zouk Singapore: R3hab (MAR’12)

Originated from Breda, Netherlands, Fadil El Ghoul aka R3hab has proven himself to be more than just a regular DJ. To date, R3hab has remixed tons of tracks ranging from popular pop and dance music from artistes such as Lady Gaga & LMFAO to some of the definitive house music producers such as David Guetta and Afrojack and having his remixes played by them. Besides remixes, R3hab has also produced several head-banger tracks such as “Prutataa” which was a collaboration with Afrojack.

R3hab came on at about 1.30AM and started the show with a blast, dropping the track “Sending My Love” which was an original by the man himself and collaboration with Swanky Tunes Featuring the vocals of Max’C. The crowd was instantly warmed up because of the track’s amazing build-up and intensive drop and not forgetting, the help of Zouk’s amazing lightings and occasionally huge dosage of dry ice shower.

Some of the originally remixed tracks by R3hab that were played include LMFAO’s “Sorry for Party Rocking”, “Champagne Showers & “Party Rock Anthem”, Adrian Lux’s “Fire”, Lady Gaga’s “Marry The Night”, Katy Perry’s “The One That Got Away”, Calvin Harris’ “We Found Love” and David Guetta Feat. Usher’s “Without U”.

Other tracks that R3hab played also included a mashup of Sander Van Doorn’s “Koko” & the Acapella of Adele’s Rolling in the Deep as well as Dada Life’s “Kick Out the Epic Motherfu*ker”.

R3hab‘s remixes usually include his signature monstrous buildup and rhythmic drops and with this signature style, he’s turned tons of ear-worm vocal tracks into something completely refreshing and original. One of my favorites that R3hab dropped that night was his remix of Lady Gaga’s “Judas” in which there was a pretty long crescendo followed by the massive drop of a rhythmic electro-dance sequence that caused an infectious dance fever on the dance floor.

Regarding the flow of R3hab‘s set that night, there’s only one word to describe: excessive. In the sounds of R3hab, we can be sure that there’s never enough buildup, drop and energy and therefore, everything is always in excess. The excess went on for four hours continuously with bangers after bangers that led us to non-stop raving alongside the crescendos of the tracks at the dance floor, which ultimately sucked away our energy because it was constantly so intense (I actually think I burned quite a lot of calories that night due to all that intensive raving and dancing)!

Usually, Gigs that go on for that long can be dangerous because the crowd may get too exhausted to keep up towards the end or the flow of tracks may screw up and break the momentum and hype, but R3hab totally killed it.

To end off, R3hab‘s famous “Chainsaw Madness” is real. It’s not a legend or just plain saying. It’s easy to be a part of this “Chainsaw Madness” movement whenever R3hab is around but it’s not easy to keep up.

Now that I know, the next time I’m going to attend a R3hab show (which I’m sure I will!), I’ll be sure to prep myself with comfort footwear and 200% energy because the rave is not going to stop and you’ll need all that excessive energy to keep on raving. That’s just R3hab.


Stereo Monday: #6

Hey ho ~ It’s the sexy sixth edition of our Stereo Mondays. Hope you had a great weekend and is fueled for the start of the week.

This week we have featured more Trance tracks than usual cause it’s the other half of the team which is me who is hunting for tracks for this week’s playlist.  Be it Trance, House or Dubstep etc as long as it’s good, we definitely won’t miss out on sharing it with you.

Totally agree with Wolfgang Gartner on his tweet below.

Wolfgang Gartner

Also I would like to start a petition to abolish the term “EDM.”. It’s called Dance Music. Same # of syllables, just as easy to say. Please.

1. Dash Berlin ft. Jonathan Mendelsohn – World Falls Apart (Club Mix)

2. Laidback Luke, Arno Cost & Norman Doray – Trilogy (Original Mix)

3. Beat Service feat. Gemma Pavlovic – Masquerade

4. Tenishia & Ruben de Ronde – Marsascala

5. Emma Hewitt – Colours (Armin van Buuren Remix)

6. Armin van Buuren – Orbion (Extended Mix)

7. Swedish House Mafia – Greyhound

8. Afrojack & R3hab – Prutataaa (Dada Life Remix)

9. Bodybangers feat. Carlprit & Linda Teodosiu – One More Time (Club Mix)

10. Spencer & Hill ft. Nadia Ali – Believe It (Club Mix)

Hey! You can also listen to this playlist through YouTube !

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Stereo Monday: #2

It’s the start of the week again! This week, our playlist includes some awesome tunes we’ve heard from A State Of Trance and some pretty new releases as well as some of our favorite tunes over the past few months. As we’re embracing the Chinese New Year this week, we hope this playlist can be a good companion for the awesome week ahead!

Stereo Monday: Playlist #2

1. Orjan Nilsen – Legions (Original Mix)

2. Volta Bureau – Alley Cat

3. Tommy Trash – The End

4. Clokx – Oddity

5. Pryda vs Empire of the Sun – Mirage the People (Seb Sapet Bootleg)

6. Vast Vision – Black Shores (Bjorn Akesson Remix)

7. Afrojack & R3hab – Prutataaa (Original Mix)

8. Chuckie Feat. Gregor Salto – What Happens In Vegas

9. Knife Party – Internet Friends

10. Swanky Tunes, Matisse & Sadko – The Legend (Original Mix)

Have a blessing & prosperous Lunar New Year!

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