Upcoming News: New Deorro Tracks To Look Out For


2014 will be Deorro’s biggest year to date.  He has prepped tons of tracks, all in his Melbourne/ Dutch/ Pandafunk sound.  It’s amazing how distinct his productions are from one another while all staying within the same genre.  From remixes to originals to collaborations,  Deorro’s identity (as far as sound) is easily distinguishable from the other producers that he collars with his identity in all of his collaborations.

He recently released an original track “Five Hours” on Avicii’s label LEV7LS.  Deorro also dropped another ID in his back to back Beatport set with Borgore.  He also has collabs with the following in the respect order of the tracks below:  Steve Aoki, Steve Aoki and Diplo, and R3hab.  The collaboration with Steve Aoki and Diplo is most likely called “Let’s Get Freaky”.  When R3hab or Deorro drop their ID live, they tell the crowd take out their phones and flash their light in the air.  This tactic builds the hype, making the drop much more climatic   He also has an official remix for Cazzette coming out soon.

We wanted the unitedbydance community to be aware of such amazing and flawless productions by one of the most exciting producers in the Dutch/ Melbourne genre.  We hope you’re all prepared for what has yet to come.  Give us feedback on what you think!

Enjoy, Russ

Upcoming News: New Borgore Track To Look Out For


Not sure if many of you guys are aware of Borgore and Deorro’s Beatport back to back set, published on November 15th, 2013.  They dropped a bunch of their unreleased tracks (at that date).  As time gets closer to an official preview for this track, we figured we’d give you guys a heads up as per what’s ahead of us.

Borgore transitions into this track about 29:40 minutes into the set.  This is a collaboration with Sikdope that’s been kept in his pocket for too long.  We’ve anxiously been waiting for news on this one.

It’s heavy due it’s hard-style bass thrown in with a funky dutch synths over it.  It will be 2014’s early festival killer, especially in “basspod” tents.

The hour of back-to-back music between Borgore and Deorro is 110% worth listening to.  Like mentioned before, they drop tons of new music- a bunch that have yet to even be officially previewed.  It’s most likely to be released on Buygore Records.  Date and official preview TBA.  Hope you guys like it!

Enjoy, Russ

Preview: Colours 19th Birthday Party ft. Benny Benassi, Ferry Corsten, MAKJ, and More in Glasgow


Colours, a British promoting agency, has been bringing the world’s biggest DJs to Scotland since 1995. In only the last four months, the Glaswegian promoters have been responsible for attracting massive acts like Bingo Players, W&W, Zedd, Paul Van Dyk, Laidback Luke, Fatboy Slim, Showtek, 2manydjs, Sander Van Doorn, Nicky Romero, Chuckie, and many more to Scotland. Colours has turned Glasgow into one of Europe’s top all year round party destinations. Because of them, today we see Glasgow gigs on nearly every european tour.

This Saturday on February 1st, Colours will celebrate its 19th anniversary with a massive “birthday” event that features a stacked lineup that includes the likes of MAKJ, Ferry Corsten, Benny Benassi, Blasterjaxx, Tall Paul, Marco VGiuseppe Ottaviani, Sied Van Riel, and many more at the famous Arches in Glasgow, Scotland. The event will be held from 10:30 PM to 5:00 AM.

The show will be one of the biggest for rising star MAKJ, who is currently embarking on his first european tour. While this will be Benny Benassi and Ferry Corsten‘s last european gigs for a while as the American music festival season edges closer with the approach of Spring.

This event is a must-see for any EDM fan in Scotland or even northern England. For anyone who has never been to The Arches before: you don’t know what you are in for. The Arches has been ranked in previous DJ Mag polls as the 12th best club in the world. The Arches is a massive venue located directly underground Glasgow’s Central Railway Station in arched brick tunnels that used to be used by trains using the train station. Here are some photos:



As I said before, this is a must see event for anyone who lives in northern Britain. I have seen MAKJ, Ferry Corsten, and Benny Benassi multiple times and they’ve never failed at impressing me. In addition, this will be MAKJ‘s debut UK gig. For anyone down south who cannot make the show, Ferry Corsten will be playing tonight Friday, January 31st at the Ministry of Sound in London. You can find MAKJ‘s remaining european tour dates here:


More information on the show tomorrow night and how to buy tickets can be found here. Tickets are only 25 quid, but act fast if you want to go; tickets are selling fast!

If you live in Scotland and still can’t go: no worries. Colours has a killer schedule for the next few weeks that includes top talent like Hardwell, Fedde LeGrand, Dash Berlin, Tommy Trash, DVBBS, and Mat Zo.

So I hope to see you there, and until then Happy Birthday Colours!



Colours has just released the stage & set time info:

2230-2300 WARM UP
2300-0000 IAIN ‘BONEY’ CLARK
0000-0100 Jon Mancini – Official
0100-0200 Jeremy Healy
0200-0300 Tall Paul

2230-2300 David McKnight
2330-0045 Sied van Riel
0045-0200 Marco V
0200-0345 Ferry Corsten
0345-0500 Giuseppe Ottaviani

2230-2300 WARM UP
2300-0030 MAKJ
0030-0200 Benny Benassi
0200-0330 Blasterjaxx
0330-0500 Deejay D-wayne

WIWEK to Release “Salute” on Musical Freedom, February 7th


After releasing 4 brand new tracks, all by upcomers, Tiesto and Musical Freedom are prepared for their next release.  WIWEK is a Netherlands based producer.  He has releases on Mixmash RecordsRising Music, and Mad Decent, with support from Laidback Luke, Tiesto, Moska, A-trak and more.  Tiesto made a bold decision to sign this track because of WIWEK’s unorthodox producing style.

This track will easily have you singing along, “Left, Left, Left, Right Left!”.  It’s a very catchy tune and is the ideal signature electro WIWEK sound.  The build up is rather unique using a variety of sounds to help build the suspense, such as a whistle sound intertwined with WIWEK’s electro sounds.  He considers his crazy electro style “Jungleterror”. The drop is one of a kind- it’s the type of track you hear live and you look at your friends in awe.  “Jungleterror” is the perfect description for him.  Again, it’s unlike Tiesto’s other releases on Musical Freedom, but definitely worth checking this out.  Bass is needed for this track so make sure you bump it.

Enjoy, Russ

DJ Green Lantern, “The Evil Genius”, At Webster This Friday


It is only natural to assume Hip-Hop turned Trap producers will have a heavy hand when it comes to rap samples, but when it comes to DJ Green Lantern it is quality over quantity.  Whether it be Snoop and Dr. Dre’s ‘Next Episode’ or vintage Jay-Z on his own ‘Jigga Man Bootleg’, Green Lantern has been bringing Hip-Hop classics deep into the trap for a couple of years now and doesn’t seem to want to stop anytime soon.

Two months ago Green lantern released his ‘Show Me’ Bootleg to the delight of everyone’s ears.  He samples another Jay song with ‘Show Me What You Got’ but unlike many other generic trap DJ’s, he brings his own style and creativity (and he appears to have plenty of that) to make it his own.  His ability to blend popular and classic rap samples combined with his affinity for trap leaves fans craving more bangers to take them back to their childhoods.

If you have not been lucky enough to see The Evil Genius live yet, make it a priority.  You won’t have to look far though, because he has been at almost every major electronic festival for the past two years now and is only getting more popular with a new group of fans.  If you live in NYC, you’re even luckier because you’ll be able to see him this Friday, January 31st, 2014 at Webster Hall.  We’ll be there, so come find us in the trap.

Enjoy, Todd

Anticipated “I AM HARDWELL” Opening Track “Everybody In The Place” (Working Title) [Preview]


First debuted in Amsterdam’s I AM HARDWELL event, Hardwell introduced to the world his next big electro/dutch single.  The track is similar in style to his original with W&W.  The intro is in a beautiful synth and has a unique catchy build-up.  It’ll have you mouthing to the beat.  The drop is bass-pounding with a mix of dutch-electro synths.

The track has yet to be officially previewed, but it’s officially a Hardwell track. It’ll be released on Hardwell’s label Revealed, but no date is confirmed..  The number one DJ in the world is known to play songs months, even years before they release.  He likes to get a feel of the crowd’s reaction in clubs and festivals, tweaking the track between it’s actual first play (the trial stage) and the final release.  This one

Hardwell has an overload of unreleased, brand new music coming out this year.  Fans are anticipating what has yet to come in 2014.  With several ID’s from 2013’s festivals still yet to be revealed or released, everyone is waiting on his next move.  Check out this live rip now and get ready for some new tunes in the upcoming months!

Enjoy, Russ