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Notable Dance Podcast #080

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Notable Dance Podcast #080 by Notable Dance on Mixcloud

Le Youth – R E A L
Bondax – All I See (TCTS Remix)
Sander Van Doorn & Oliver Heldens – THIS
Lucky Date – Just Move
Albin Myers – Jump
Lazy Rich & Hot Mouth – BONK
Martin Garrix & MOTi – Virus (How About Now)
Nicky Romero & Anouk – Feet On The Ground (Merk & Kremont Remix)
Henrik B – In Your Eyes
Andrew Rayel ft Jonathan Mendelsohn – One In A Million
Jesse Voorn – Lights
Hardwell ft Chris Jones – Young Again
Bassanova ft Freek Lohuis – Urban Legend (Pjanoo)
Dennis Shepard ft Chloe Langley – Bring You Home

Pictures of Sander Van Doorn (WMC 2014), Oliver Heldens and Jesse Voorn (ADE 2014), Henrik B (Atlantic City Summer Sessions 2013)

Notable Dance Podcast #009

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Mason – Grotto (Original)
Pet Shop Boys – Axis (Boys Noize)
Dallas Downs – Let it Roll (DD4 Mix)
Albin Myers – Grindhouse
DJ Bl3nd & Smoothies – Rise (Original)
Tomcraft – Like a Roller (Club Mix)
Fedde Le Grand – Rockin N Rollin (Extended)
ReepR – Lazer Burn (Original)
John Dahlback – Nuke (Original)
Zedd ft Bright Lights – Follw You Down (Roger Slato)
DANK ft JACQ – Crystals (Original)
Depeche Mode – Soothe My Soul (Steve Angello vs Jacques Lu Cont)
Max Graham ft Tania Zygar – Diamonds (Max Graham)
Aly and Fila ft Chris Jones – Running Out of Time (Original)

SONG OF THE DAY: Aly & Fila ft Chris Jones – “Running Out of Time”

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If there’s one common theme for 2013, it seems to be the ’90s revival. Over the past few months, tracks inspired by (and even sounding like) ’90s techno, europop, and underground house have made their way into clubland. Leave it to Egyptian trance duo Aly & Fila to follow a different muse- Seattle-based grunge/alternative rock. Imagine Pearl Jam doing stadium house and you got the basic idea of “Running Out of Time.” Enlisting British vocalist Chris Jones adds grit and texture to the dark and driving track. Is that real guitar I hear? Are those tape rewind transitions inspired by the infamous Kicks Like a Mule mix of Awesome 3 “Don’t Go?” One thing for sure, this track is a departure for the trance duo as it sounds unlike anything they’ve done in the past. As the lead track to their forthcoming artist album, it sets the course for some unique future sounds.