Redlight previously known as DJ Clipz (Hugh Pescod) first started messing with decks when he was 13 and entered the Drum & Bass scene quickly with his track Mystic Amen. Clipz quickly became a well known artist and received a lot of recognition for pushing the D&B genre into something new. In the past two years however, Clipz transformed into Redlight – a new project and name in which he produces dance music. We featured his Get Out My Head track a couple weeks ago,which is just starting to blow up across the pond (As it should) and I just wanted to take the time to push two other tracks of his so you can take in the work he’s done and where he’s come from. Be sure to check out Mystic Amen and the two videos below. Feel So Good is from ~2009 and Vampires is very new.
Sebastian Ingrosso and Alesso struck gold with “Calling” and by adding Steve Angello to the mix they’ve produced a super hard new anthem. Be sure to check this one out! This is just a rip – original has not yet been released.
Autoerotique from Toronto, Canada just finished tearing apart Bangkok for a night and are playing this Monday with Steve Aoki and Datsik on the #Deadmeat tour, at Greene Street Club in Greensboro.If you haven’t already bought tickets, do so now and make sure you get there on time to get crazy to Autoerotique’s super heavy house tunes. These guys make every track just as fresh as the one before it. We’re set to interview them before the show and will be dropping the interview on the site next week. Make sure to get off your ass this Monday and go see them! Below are a few tasty tracks from the Toronto based duo!
Just in time for Friday!
Love it or hate it, Electronic Dance Music is no longer an exclusive entity to the warehouses, basements and underground avenues among which the genre found its feet. But somewhere along the line, Swedish House Mafia saved the world from the realms of tedious commercial club music by setting in motion their own widespread legacy as the perfect inbetweeners to both the clubs and the charts alike.
Taking over the infamous airwaves of BBC Radio 1 for Pete Tong’s ‘Essential Selection’ for a second time, the definitive article in European Progressive House cut to the core of their calling with a sharp array of exclusive cuts and seminal club favourites, calling on their individual expertise under the guise of their respective Size, Axtone and Refune imprints to deliver a superior insight into the next generation of their impressively universal musical output. Opening with their forthcoming single ‘Greyhound‘ and a further formative new anthem from Steve Angello ‘Yeah’, Canadian Prog-whizz Deadmau5 took on the duty of guest mixer for a healthy injection of Electro fuelled House while the show also called upon the fresh talents of Alesso and Madeon in the lead up to their highly anticipated return to the UK at Milton Keynes Bowl this summer.
Vlad Rusu from Romania absolutely kills it – end of story. These three tracks, including “Don’t Let The Music End” which was just uploaded to his Soundcloud today are perfect tracks to bump to on Spring Break – As well as the hour mix I followed up with that he played during his own DI.FM show titled “Club Motion”. I didn’t know DI.FM was even still around, but his segment definitely gives me reason to revisit the site. Enjoy and support him via his Facebook Page.
Don’t let the music end
Chords of joy
Walking Tessa (Vlad Rusu Mashup)