What makes the electronic dance music scene such an unreal place is that it is open for opportunity and if you follow your dream’s anything is possible. Well this idea holds true behind the story of New York City based producer, Visionarie.
It was a little over 2 years ago, this young man bursted onto the scene with an idea and his talent in hand and the rest could be considered history. With over 40,000 facebook followers and growing, the NYC based producer is finally getting his time to shine and damn is he making the most of it.
In honor of the 40,000 Facebook followers, Visionaire has released his newest track in collaboration with dutch producers Delivio Reavon & Aaron Gill. The track which is titled “Right Now”, is what some would call a delicious big room electro house banger, and we couldn’t agree more.
The melodic buildup combined with its massive drop definitely makes “Right Now” into a massive track and continues to show how diverse of a producer Visionarie is. Definitely check this track out below and let us know what you think!
Another week in the books, people, and that can only mean one thing: it’s the weekend!
And because it’s Friday, United By Dance is here to present to you its first ever epic pregame playlist! This pregame playlist is meant specifically for everyone who makes raging a lifestyle and wants the biggest and best songs to get your pregame started right!
This list is in no specific order, but enjoy it!
-Enjoy Your Weekend, Lampert
There seems to be no slowing down R3hab as we continue to make are way deeper into 2014. Having already released 2 new singles via Beatport with 2 more on the way, a massive BBC Radio One Essential Mix, and a relentless touring schedule, R3hab shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
Well with a new week comes a new preview to R3hab’s newest single which goes by the title “Flashlight”. What makes this track so unique is that R3hab has teamed up with the king of panda funk, Deorro, for one massive collaboration.
This unique combination combines both the electro house sound of R3hab with the every growing popular style that is panda funk. This hard hitting track is sure to make head waves in the EDM world and is yet another big release coming off Spinnin Records.
This track is set to be released on March 10th and when it is finally released expect “Flashlight” to do big things. For now check out the preview below and let us know what you think! Do you like the combination of electro house and panda funk?
What Zedd has become known for in the electronic dance music world is his unique combination of his progressive house sound mixed with a top 20 flair. Whatever fans want to say about this specific style and or him going to mainstream can bit their tongues because Zedd is good at what he does. With more #1 singles then most people can ever dream of, Zedd is back to release the extended mix to his newest hit “Find You”.
“Find You” was debuted this past Superbowl in collaboration with Bud light, with this specific track being played out on almost every pre-Super Bowl commercial in the lead up to the big event. With such exposure it was only a matter of time before this track shot up the iTunes Charts, were it is still sitting atop the charts today.
On this track Zedd teams up with edm megastar vocalist Matthew Koma and fellow singer Miriam Bryant. The unique blend of Zedd’s progressive house beat and the flawless vocals of both singers combine together to make this into one amazing track. “Find You” is set to be released on Spinnin’ Records on February 28th and is set to skyrocket up the Beatport Charts in a hurry.
If for some reason you still have yet to hear “Find You”, check it out below and let us know what you think!
The trending track of the week for DJ’s to remix goes to Beyonce and her new hit single “Drunk In Love”. Regardless of whatever genre you listen too, it is a rule that you have to be a fan of Beyonce and her incredible talent and amazingly good looks. Whether she is grinding up on Jay-Z at the Grammy’s or just simply touring the world, she just does everything right.
Well this week we have been blessed with several ridiculous remixes of Beyonce’s hit single and this remix done by Sikdope definitely takes the cake. Yes Diplo’s remix was also unreal, but this track just hits harder from a trap style standpoint. This remix is being supported by Buygore Records and record label owner Borgore himself.
Sikdope does his thing on this remix and really throws a completely different style on this track while still maintaing its slow original pace. This massive remix definitely requires good speakers and or headphones because let us tell you the bass hits hard! Lucky for all of us this track is available for free download and seems to be the perfect track for all of our trap lovers out there. Definitely check out this remix below and let us know what you think!
R3hab relentlessly worked his way to be in the position that he’s in. R3hab’s original signature production sound we were all familiar with was filled with ‘bleeping’ dutch sounds. There was much controversy over whether or not he could step outside of his safe zone, whether or not he could break his sound barrier.
If you follow EDM religiously, you’d know how diverse his production style has become. From melodic progressive house, to trap, to massive hard electro house, he has made a major impact on the EDM scene already and will continue to do so.
This time, he took the typical electro sound and turned it into something funky, bouncy electro and named it “Android”. Once the clock hits the 42 second mark, he breaks the song down in a melodic anthem sounding synth. The grinding, gassy synth of the drop is similar to MAKJ’s remix to “Not Taking This No More” by Nervo and Ivan Gough. I hope you guys like the brand spanking new preview. Help build the hype. It’ll be released on Dim Mak on February 25th so prepare yourselves!
It was a little over a year ago that the LA based producer, TJR, released his massive hit “Ode To Oi” to the world. What this track did was bring a completely different style and sound into the mainstream EDM market in the United States. The infectious Melbourne bounce style has since skyrocketed and put TJR back on the map.
Well with 2014 in full swing, it is time for the first unofficial announcement for TJR’s upcoming single featuring Good Charlotte’s own Benji Madden. This monster collaboration uses the strengths of both producer and vocalist to create one amazing track. TJR throws down a massive Melbourne Bounce beat with Benji Madden providing his unique pop-punk vocals over the track.
This track is beyond infectious and is being considered TJR’s next big hit! Definitely check out this track below and let us know what you think!
This past friday night, New York City was graced with the dutch rising superstars Sick Individuals. After throwing down a massive set at the I AM HARDWELL, Pier 94, show back in December, the crowd knew what they were in for. Having debuted hits in 2013 with the likes of Axwell and fellowing rising superstar, Dannic, the night was destined for big things.
Being called upon to headline Slake NYC is no easy task, but the sense of anticipation in the club this past Friday night was buzzing. Coming out to a packed room the duo brought instant energy into the club throwing down their hit track “Blue Print”, which they co-produced with Dannic. From there the sky was the limit for this massive set and everyone in the club knew it.
What makes the Sick Individuals such a great DJ duo is their unique style they bring to their sets. It is never just one genre of electronic dance music, it is always a whole host of genres. Whether they are throwing down an electro house track or something a little more progressive, it is always done with 110% energy. The crowd feeds off this energy that the duo radiates and thats why their popularity has grown ten-folds this past year.
Dropping everything in their arsenal, the night was a massive success and the perfect first headlining gig for this up-and-coming dutch duo. The crowd left the club still buzzing well into the early hours of Friday night thinking about the next time the Sick Individuals would descend upon New York City. For all of those in attendances, we witnessed a mesmerizing show and for all those who missed out there is always next time!
-Keep Raging, Lampert
A little over 4 years ago, the duo that is the Blasterjaxx was formed. As two friends with strong contrasting personalities they learned to work off of each others strengths and negate each other’s weaknesses.
Well over this 4 year span something truly magical had formed between Thom Jongkind & Idir Makhlaf, and now the Blasterjaxx are one of the fastest rising duo’s in the electronic dance music scene. Known for their big room sound, they took 2013 by storm with hits like “Mystica” and now dropping their newest track “Titan”.
Well with 2014 in full swing, its time to start focusing on the potential tracks that could be seen coming at us in 2014. A few weeks ago a track was IDed from the Blasterjaxx that has the working title “Echo”. This massive electro house track continues with the duo’s every growing popular big room sound and melodic intro’s.
This potential new track is absolutely massive and whenever this track is made available to the world, expect it to do big things. This is one track you definitely want to check out below and like always let us know what you think!
It was a little over two and a half years ago that Tiësto unleashed upon us his mega hit “Maximal Crazy”. This hard hitting electro house master piece shot up the Beatport Charts where it sat there for quite a bit of time then and is still a highly regarded track now.
Well after being released for such a long period of time, Tiësto is finally back to grace us with the full remix of his hit done by none other then the dutch duo, The Bassjackers. This remix, which was released via Beatport back in 2011, is finally available for full viewing via Tiësto’s soundcloud. This remix, even though miniminal (no pun intended), actually adds a whole new element to this massive track. The added grunge definitely adds a different flair to the drop while maintaing the distinct and unique buildups.
For all of you who missed out on this track back in 2011, have no fear the track is finally here! Check out the Bassjackers remix below and let us know what you think!