Notable Dance Podcast #056

Chocolate Puma ft Kris Kiss – Step Back
Tony Romera – Go Nuts (Original)
Feenixpawl & Trevor Simpson – I Won’t Break (Original)
Andreas Rodlund, Matt Hewie & B3TA ft Jonny Rose – Ultimatum (Original Mix)
Thomas Newson ft Angelika Vee – Don’t Hold Us (Original Mix)
Tommy Trash & Killagraham – The Little Death (Original Mix)
Duck Sauce – NRG (Skrillex, Kill The Noise, and Milo & Otis Remix)
FTampa, Goldfish & Blink – Kismet (Original)
DANK – Renegade (Extended Mix)
Revolvr ft Nina Sung – Electrify (Original)
Bingo Players – Knock You Out (Original)
Tiesto ft Matthew Koma – Wasted (Ummet Ozcan Remix)

(Picture of Ummet Ozcan taken at Spinnin Sessions during WMC 2014.)

Notable Dance Podcast #012

Firebeatz & Schella – Dear New York
Marcel Woods – Inside Me (Bassjackers Mix)
Daddy’s Groove ft Dino – Walking On Air
Clockwork ft Wynter Gordon – Surge (Original)
SCNDL & Zoolanda – Stacked (Original)
Tommy Trash – Blair Bitch Project
Timeflies – I Choose U (Fedde Le Grand)
Topher Jones – Save Me (Vannic)
Discopolis – Falling Committed to Sparkle Motion (Dubvision)
Axwell – Center of the Universe (Original)
Koishii and Hush ft Donna Lewis – I’ll Be There (Jeff Barringer)
Marcel Woods ft Van bot – Bring It Back

SONG OF THE DAY: Sebastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash ft John Martin – “Reload”

With Swedish House Mafia disbanding after their massively successful odyssey as a trio, it kind of makes you wonder what the single heir apparent to their global hit “Don’t You Worry Child” will be.  First out of gate is “Reload” from Sebastian Ingrosso.  Teaming up with Australian Tommy Trash,  they enlisted the help of DYWC vocalist John Martin to add a topline over their Beatport chart topping “Reload.” As an instrumental, “Reload” was a summer festival favorite with its dynamic mood changes and emotional dropout.  It could easily be lumped in with the countless progressive/electro/stadium house tracks out there, yet something about the chord structures make it stand out.  John Martin’s lyrics and vocal performance elevate the track to a universal song about the uplifting nature of love and music, yet some of the lyrics (“Sending you far away,” “don’t have to be afraid”)  make you wonder if it’s also meant as consolation to Sebastian about the breakup.

Image Courtesy of Astralwerks.