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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 #051

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Jack Beats – Beatbox (Extended Mix)
Electronic Youth – I Dont Care (Original Mix)
Duke Dumont ft Jax Jones – I Got U (Jonas Rathsman Remix)
Freemasons & Joel Edwards – U Drive Me Crazy (Extended Mix)
Medicinne – Saving (Original Mix)
Armand Van Helden vs. Herve – Power Of Bass! (Original Mix)
StoneBridge & Caroline D’Amore – Global Warning (Original)
Jesse Voorn – Mojo (Original Mix)
Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano ft Ariyan – Circus (Original Mix)
Robbie Rivera, Delayers, Maurizio Gubellini – Here (Original Mix)
Fatboy Slim Presents Gregor Salto ft Saxsymbol & Todorov – Samba Do Mundo (Original Mix)
R3hab & Nervo & Ummet Ozcan – Revolution (Chocolate Puma Remix)
Chromeo – Jealous I Aint With It (Original Mix)

SONG OF THE DAY: Carlos Mojica ft Asherah – “Take A Look”

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Classic freestyle label Tazmania Records has modernized itself for 2013, finding EDM songs, like Sophia May’s “Anywhere With You” that work both in the clubs and on dance radio. Their new release by Chicago residents Carlos Mojica and Asherah, “Take A Look,” is another strong contender. Blending eurodance and electro, the production features a hooky synth line that builds in intensity from the emotional intro to the banging chorus. Asherah’s expressive vocal performance is quite strong, raw enough to convey the tone of the lyrics yet polished enough to fit the sound of the progressive stadium track. Dark Intensity’s mix contributes a New York-styled spin on the Dirty Dutch sound, combining aggression and big room sounds. Dutch producer Jesse Voorn’s take is notable for his blending of stadium house, harder sounds, and classic Hi-NRG for a nearly universal sound that would work for big room DJs as well as pop radio. If you haven’t heard of Jesse Voorn, check out some of his productions (“Closer,” “Seeme,” and “Magic is All Around”) and his recent mix of Jessica Sutta’s “Again.”

Courtesy of Tasmania Records.