• Pete Tong announces new All Gone mix CD and Tour
• Chaos, Hospitalizations, Helicopter Mar ‘Haunted Coliseum‘ Rave In New York
• Pacha takes up Sydney residency
• Listen to Jamie xx‘s Remix of Four Tet
• Stream Lindstrøm’s ‘Smalhans’ LP
Pete Tong announces new All Gone mix CD and Tour
Pete Tong is back with a new ‘All Gone’ mix CD.
It’s a double-disc effort containing two mixes: one from the man himself and one from renowned German DJ Reboot.
‘All Gone Pete Tong & Reboot: Future Sounds’ is out on November 19 and features a plethora of tracks from contemporary house talents like Eats Everything, Hot Natured and Finnebassen. The release follows an excellent season in Ibiza for both artists, so if you want to relive some hot, heady summer moments, get stuck in.
Further to the CD, Pete Tong has announced a string of new tour dates across the UK and North America. See Tongy play in November and December, full list as well as mix CD tracklist below.
‘All Gone Pete Tong & Reboot – Future Sounds’
1) Frank B – Chain Of Fools
2) Waze & Odyssey – Dance Yeah How
3) Fauvrelle – Make It Better
4) Nik Allen – Gangsta Shit (Tapesh & Maximilian Dub Mix)
5) Eats Everything – Trubble Mix
6) Tong & Rogers – Listen Up Feat Meggy
7) HNQO – Point Of View
8.) Supernova – I Can’t Do Without You
9) Alt J – Something Good (Tong & Rogers Remix)
10) Finnebassen – What You Do
11) PBR Streetgang – Mutoscope
12) Justin Martin – Don’t Go (Dusky Remix)
13) Loopsize – Kontrol Punkt
14) Pete Tong – Dawn (Hot Since 82 Remix)
15) Hot Natured – Benediction
1) Reboot – Who stole my Stradivari
2) Itama Sagi – Channel E
3) Mark Henning – You are digging into me
4) Sascha Dive – Move On
5) Zohki Roozlee – My Swag
6) Nic Fanculli & Rolando – The Test (Paul Ritch Funky Mix)
7) James Talk – Amy`s Groove
8.) Carlo Lio – For the love of
9) Aldo Cadiz & Danny Serrano – Black Arandano
10) Behrouz – Endless Night
11) Loopsize – Retrospective
12) Steve Rachmad – Bling it up
13) Audiojack – Night Watch
Tongy On Tour
09/11 V Club – Bournemouth
16/11 Motion – Bristol
22/11 Beta – Denver, USA
23/11 Ruby Skye – San Francisco, USA
24/11 Exchange – LA, USA
25/11 XS – Las Vegas, USA
26/11 Caprice – Vancouver, Canada
05/12 The Estate – Boston, USA
06/12 Lit Ultrabar – Philadelphia, USA
07/12 Pacha – NYC, USA
08/12 UR1 Festival, Miami, USA
9/12 Mansion – Miami, USA
14/12 Warhouse Project, Manchester
Chaos, Hospitalizations, Helicopter Mar ‘Haunted Coliseum’ Rave In New York
Saturday night’s Haunted Coliseum party, an all-ages event held at New York’s suburban Nassau Coliseum featuring Swedish House Mafia’s Sebastian Ingrosso, Alesso, and Otto Knows, was billed as the “Biggest Dance Music Party in Long Island History,” but it may go down as the biggest dance-music clusterfuck in Long Island history, thanks to lax security, scores of intoxicated teens, and one ambitious helicopter pilot.
Around 11:15 p.m., just over an hour after the party had begun, police officials, responding to numerous reports of dangerously intoxicated attendees, shut down the event. Rumors on Twitter described a scene of chaos, including reports of brawls, stabbings, and at least two fatalities, but according to Nassau County Police, the reality was more prosaic.
“Basically what happened was they had numerous [reports of] approximately 100 concertgoers that were intoxicated,” said Officer James Imperale. “The concert was cut short; it was supposed to run until about 2 in the morning, but they actually cut it short.” The shutdown apparently came as Alesso was some 20 minutes into his set, which followed opener Otto Knows. Ingrosso, whose group Swedish House Mafia played concerts marred by stabbings ontwo separate occasions last summer, never took the stage.
According to Nassau County Police, there were no confirmed reports of mass violence or fatalities. “I did not get any reports about any fights,” said Imperale. “There’s reports out there that people were shot, there’s reports that people were stabbed; I do not have any of that. Like I said, they responded to the location for numerous persons that were intoxicated,” who were taken to nearby hospitals. Newsday reported more than 40 police officers and more than 20 ambulances on site.
When asked as to the nature of the intoxicants, Imperiale replied, “I was not at the scene, but I’m guessing alcohol and other substances.”
What might have been the routine evacuation of a rave gone sour, however, was complicated by the arrival of a private helicopter that attempted to land on the stadium grounds. Imperiale explained, “A gentleman decided he wanted to land his helicopter while these people were leaving the building. He landed the helicopter, he created a dangerous condition, putting many people at risk. He was arrested, the helicopter was impounded, and he will be in court today.”Newsday identified the pilot as Michael Croissant, 44, of Monticello. LinkedIn lists a Michael Croissant as the owner of Shamrock Helicopters in White Lake, New York; no representatives of Shamrock could be reached for comment.
Haunted Coliseum was produced by Lou B Industries, run by longtime Long Island party promoter Louis Branchinelli; unlike many large-scale EDM events, attendance was open to all ages. The event’s official FAQ explained, “We would like you to be 16 but you don’t need ID (to drink you must have 21 and over Valid ID).” Comments on Haunted Coliseum’s Facebook page describe lax security and widespread intoxication of minors as well as 21-plus attendees, but Branchinelli struck a defensive tone in an interview with Dubstep.net: “Kids were showing up drunk. They were drinking…somewhere. When a kid shows up a drunk and is puking in the parking lot, what can we do about that? They weren’t serving minors alcohol inside the venue.”
Perhaps Branchinelli hadn’t read the Haunted Coliseum FAQ:
“Q. If I Come To the Venue Not Sober / Drunk or Anything Else
A. We will Not let you in The Venue”
Pacha takes up Sydney residency
Pacha are branching out to a new residency in Sydney, with it’s launch next month.
They will be taking over Sydney club, Ivy every Saturday night, however, it has promised to be more than a typical and traditional club night. There will be a “mad burlesque of circus, dance and sensory overload” with a strong team which are focusing on theatrics, music, light and costumes across Ivy’s four levels, 14 VIP areas and 10 bars.
Pacha and Ivy have joined before for Pacha New Year’s Eve parties in 2009 and 2010, with guests such as Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Basement Jaxx on the bill.
Official launch party is on Saturday November 24, with tickets on sale throughwww.pachasydney.com for $30.
Listen to Jamie xx’s Remix of Four Tet
Jamie xx (a.k.a. Jamie Smith) has given Four Tet‘s recent slow-burner “Lion” (taken from the XLR8R Pick’d Pink LP) the remix treatment, stripping the itchy beat and hulking low end down to a pause-filled and dark dubstep-leaning tune. He begins by deconstructing the original’s moody and reverb-heavy melody and sticking to a sparse aesthetic throughout the track. Uncharacteristically, there are no steel drums in Jamie xx’s version—rather, the bright maximalism of some of Smith’s earlier solo work work has been overshadowed by a quiet, contemplative gloominess more akin to the sound of his band’s latest album, Coexist. You can check it all out below.
Stream Lindstrøm’s ‘Smalhans’ LP
Although Norweigan producer Lindstrøm won’t release his latest full-length effort,Smalhans, until next week, he has already unveiled a complete stream of the LP. The longstanding artist’s upcoming fifth album was mixed by fellow Nord and space-disco patron Todd Terje, who is preparing to release several edits of Lindstrøm’s songs as 12″ records. Take a listen to the six-track Smalhans before it drops on November 5, below. (via FACT)