Notable Dance Podcast #064

Notable Dance Podcast #064 by Notable Dance on Mixcloud

Gregor Salto ft Saxsymbol & Todorov – Samba Do Mundo
Hardwell – Everybody Is In The Place
Jay Hardway – Bootcamp
Sander Van Doorn , Martin Garrix, DVBBS ft Aleesia – Gold Skies
Sidney Samson & Eva Simons – Celebrate The Rain
Fedde Le Grand – You Got This
Dj Antoine – Light It Up
Duck Sauce – NRG (Skrillex, Kill the Noise, Milo & Otis)

Set originally broadcast on Club 104 Five. Reposted with permission.

Notable Dance Podcast #063

Notable Dance Podcast #063 by Notable Dance on Mixcloud

Kenna – Relations (Justin Martin Remix)
Kayper – Someone
Clean Bandit ft Sharna Bass – Extraordinary (Klingande Remix)
Eric Prydz – Liberate
Syn Cole – Bright Lights
Kid Massive & Databoy – Horizon (VINAI Remix)
Matisse & Sadko – Azonto
Sander Van Doorn, Martin Garrix & DVBBS ft Aleesia – Gold Skies
Revolvr – Quantum
DJ Fresh vs TC – Make U Bounce (Manhattan Clique Remix)
Chicane ft Senadee – No More I Sleep (Antillas & Dankann Remix)
Justin Michael ft Phillip Larue – Young Forever (RavenKis Remix)
Seven Lions ft Kerli – Worlds Apart

SONG OF THE DAY: Klubbheads – Klubbhopping (2014 Remix)

Just last week, I pulled out the original version of “Klubbhopping” from 1996 and realized how current and energetic it sounds. The trio of Koen Groeneveld (aka DJ Boozy Woozy,) Addy van der Zwan (aka Itty Bitty), and Jan Voerman (Greatski) deftly merged the sounds of eurodance, hard dance, and disco samples with an insanely catchy vocal sample to create a dance floor classic. Aside from a South Side Spinners remix in the early ’00s, the track has surprisingly not been retouched, reloaded, or reworked… until now. The original trio updated the vocal sample with the current festival sound – equal parts of Garrix, Prydz, Cosmic Gate, and DVBBS. Yes, it sounds current and will drive the rager kids nuts, but it really does sound like just about every other track out there. It really doesn’t fit the vibe of the original song which was infectious, carefree, and vibrant in an energetic way. While a modern disco house mix or a harder electro mix would fit, it seems that a Melbourne bounce mix would have been perfect. After listening to the new version, which is really quite good despite my comments, please do take a listen to the original and consider how great it would sound in a club set. The video, however, is a groundbreaking visual presentation featuring attractive females who are scantily clad and working out in a gym. Wow, we’ve never seen that before in an EDM video, have we?

Image Courtesy of Cloud 9/Armada/Kontor.

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