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written on October 23, 2011 by admin

Greetings blogland! Zoë Renee reporting in with some fresh new tunes to start your Halloweek off properly!  So, what’s good? Who all is attending Hard Haunted Mansion this upcoming weekend? If you have any big events you are attending or events you feel worth attending make a response with some info!  Pretty big tunes coming out this week, some of which will be featured in this post-the rest of the gang has some gems to share with you as well this week-so stay tuned!  We have a video premiere from NERVO, some new DJ Kue, a Hot Pink Delorean mashterpiece (mash-up and masterpiece, you heard it first! :)), a killer Michael Jackson remix, and more!

NERVO is the duo of beautiful Aussies Mim and Liv Nervo, they emerged as hit songwriters; Ke$ha to Kylie; Guetta & Rowland; Pussycat Dolls and more.  These girls are more than just lovely faces, they are amazing producers and their breakthrough track “We’re All No One” is proof.  The hit is gaining recognition from DJs all over the world and rapidly climbing up the Billboard Club Chart-with support from Afrojack, Steve Aoki, and more, these girls are taking the clubs by storm! here is the premiere of their video featuring some cameos from Afrojack and Steve Aoki.

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Let’s get this started with a new track from long time supported producer; DJ Kue.  His new remix of the Nicole Scherzinger track “Don’t Hold Your Breath” is packed with big room energy and a pulsating bassline that is going to kick any dancefloor into shape.  Grab this track below as well as well as the bonus instrumental and mixshow edit (available via soundcloud).

Nicole Scherzinger-Don’t Hold Your Breath (It’s The DJ Kue Remix!)-Extended

While we have some mainstream high energy in the atmosphere let’s keep it going with this brand new remix of Sak Noel’s “Loca People” done by the maestro himself; Joe Maz!  This track is widely being considered as the next “We No Speak Americano”, Maz sticks to the vibe of the original but adding that extra flare that makes it a banger that only he can master.  The breakdown of this track leads to what can only be described as pure dancefloor insanity.

Sak Noel-Loca People (Joe Maz Remix)

Next up is a big remix from Hey Champ! They take the classic Luther Vandross (big Luther, for those playing at home) track “Sugar & Spice” and turn it into a short and sweet groovetastic feel good hit.  You may recognize the original track as being the sample in the Miami Horror classic; “Holidays”-it seems this remix was made to be played with that track.  Drop this on your floor and it’s guaranteed to put everyone in a good mood!

Luther Vandross-Sugar & Spice (Hey Champ Edit)

Don’t worry bass lovers, I have a special treat for you too! Hot Pink Delorean, the high energy team from Boston, have put together a hig henergy monster of a mashterpiece aptly named “yinthehousebeat”.  The mash consists of Wolfgang Gartner’s “Yin”, Laidback Luke’s “Break the House Down”, “Say My Name” by Porter Robinson, Starkiller’s “Bitch Ass Trick”, and “House Beat” by Spencer & Hill. It is more than difficult to piece together a mash up of this caliber with so many hard hitting tracks and do it flawlessly-Hot Pink Delorean accomplished this in flying colours!

Hot Pink Delorean-yinthehousebeat (Hot Pink Delorean mashup)

Finally, what better way to usher in Halloween than with a remix of the legendary, incomparable; Michael Jackson.  The infectious anthem “Thriller” is a timeless dancefloor staple this time of year, and pulling off a remix of this track without destroying the endearing qualities of the original is a task only accomplished by some (thank you, Herve).  This remix comes to us courtesy of Wick-it the Instigator, a producer/DJ from Nashville-and is quite frankly pretty-damn-awesome. In what can only be described as halloweenbathon zombiestep, it is a truly unique and solid take to the original. Kicking off with a catchy moomba drumline it jumps into a subtle samples of the track until you hear the infamous Vincent Price laugh, from there it’s nothing but hard hitting bass.  In fact, I can’t even think of further words to do this remix justice, it just needs to speak for itself, enjoy :)

Michael Jackson-Thriller (Wick-it Remix)


Have a great week everyone, and happy halloweek!

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