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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 #040

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The Young Punx – Kowloon Kickback (Gramophonedzie)

Wolfgang Gartner – Piranha
Anna Lunoe – Breathe (Danny T)
Savage Skulls &Douster – TRT
Scott Binder ft Melakai – Good Time Tonight (The Banger Bros)
Angger Dimas – Boom Do It Like That
Starz Angels – Take A Risk Tonight
The Partysquad & Billy the Kit – Sunset
Felix Cartal ft Ofelia – New Scene (Lucky Date & Felix Cartal)
Maritn Garrix & Jay Hardway – Wizard
Mako ft Angel Taylor – Beam (Dannic)
NERVO & IVan Gough ft Beverley Knight – Not Taking This No More (MAKJ)
Arty, Matisse & Sadko – Riot
Sub Focus ft Kele – Turn It Around (Jacob Plant)

Notable Dance Podcast #040

SONG OF THE DAY: Felix Cartal ft Ofelia “New Scene”

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It’s often strange to hear the original version of a song after you are so used to the remix.  Over the past few weeks, I’ve been playing the Lazy Rich mix of “New Scene” in my club and mixshow sets, and it grows bigger with every play.  The contrast of the harsh electro and the pretty chorus make it dance floor dynamite – basically something for the boy to jump to and the girls to sing to.  Listening to the original version, it feels more like (and this is meant as a compliment) an indie version of a Zedd record – a pretty vocal over a track with widely dynamic moodswings throughout.  This could easily work as well on radio as it does in the club.  Additional banging mixes by Lucky Date and Deorro keep the big room appeal, while the leftfield mix by TOKiMONSTA makes the perfect high school prom love ballad for a disney TV show.  The video is meant to show contrasts of things that don’t go together (playing Twister in a dance club) but the thing that is most glaringly out of place is the obnoxious product placement of the Beats Pill speaker.  Everyone knows that Dim Mak label owner Steve Aoki is a Sol Republic guy.
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Image Courtesy of Dim Mak.