Notable Dance Podcast #074 by Notable Dance on Mixcloud
Anna Graceman – Words (Glastrophobie Remix)
Ten Walls – Walking with Elephants
Plastik Funk ft Grandmaster Melle Mel – Don’t Push Me (House It Up Mix)
Sneaker Snob – Feel The Beat
Phunk Investigation – Kemiklaphunk
Mat Zo – Left To Right
Bombs Away ft Dan Absent – Samurai Bounce
Firebeatz & KSHMR ft Luciana – No Heroes
Dash Berlin & Jay Cosmic ft Collin McLoughlin – Here Tonight (Carita La Nina Remix)
Ferry Corsten ft Nat Dunn – Hyper Love
Global Deejays & Envegas – Always Hardcore
Alexandre Bergheau & Ruben de Ronde – All That Matters
LTN ft Christina Novelli – Feeling Like Yeah
One of the many amazing things about going to Winter Music Conference is that you never know who you are going to run into. Enjoying a set by HiiO on a hotel rooftop, I saw Terri B walk in and started chatting her up. Aside from Jes, it’s hard to think of anyone else who is such a quadruple threat – singer, songwriter, producer, and DJ. Then when you see her perform you will know why there is an exclamation mark instead of a period after the B! Take a listen to this Spotify playlist, you will probably recognize a lot of her music. Terri B! is a force to be reckoned with so watch out for her sets and new releases.
DJ Ron Slomowicz: Terri B, you are a singer, songwriter, producer, and DJ, what can’t you do?
Terri B: I can’t ski and I am not a great swimmer!
RS: I heard that you have been remixed over 1,000 times and you have a relationship with Avicii through that.
Terri B: Avicii’s first major remix was “Bang That Box,” which was my collaboration with Roger Sanchez. It was also remixed by Laidback Luke, and he also remixed “You Used to Hold Me” which was a big track with D.O.N.S. ft. Terri B. I have opened a few times for David Guetta and also opened for Tiesto, so my diversity has been very clear. I started in trance by doing vocals for Future Breeze and went on from there to do a lot of major Global Deejays remixes.
Continue reading Terri B Interview (2014)
German DJ Frank Tomiczkez, better known as Da Hool, achieved massive success fifteen years with the international club anthem “Meet Her at the Love Parade.” Forever busy in the studio, his consistent stream of tracks receive much attention from DJs, especially his most recent commercial vocal releases “Illusion” (sung by Lima) and “She Plays Me Like a Melody” (with the Global Deejays remix and the pole dancer video.) For “Into the Unknown,” he steps again into the world of crossover, blending progressive electro and stadium house with a gorgeous pop vocal hooks from Emmalyn. The focus here seems to be the Antillas & Dankann remix which adds a bit of dub step to the breakdown while maintaining the energy of a floor-filling primetime track. Emmalyn seems to be a new vocalist in the Armada camp. With powerful yet pretty pipes, I have a feeling we are going to hear a lot more collaborations from her.
Image Courtesy of Armada.