Good morning, I hope you all had a great weekend! We have another update with a wealth of news concerning Justice on their new album, Dada Life’s live webcast, Fedde Le Grand’s North American tour, the SnowGlobe lineup, a possible Deep Dish reunion, Universal & Sony buying EMI, Daft Punk, and the electronic music scene in Las Vegas. Read more after the jump.
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If you know GDD™, then you’d know how much we support two of the nicest guys in the industry, Olle and Stefan of Dada Life. The remix pack of their newest single, ‘Happy Violence,’ will be released this upcoming Monday on their own brand new label, So Much Dada Records, and the nice guys have sent over one of the remixes on the EP from 16-year old producer, Caveat. Not too much info on this Electro youngblood yet, but I’d say he’s got something good going on here.
This Thursday, we’re bringing in a whole lineup of fresh talent to The Central in Santa Monica. Headlining the night will be a duo and a trio from right here in Los Angeles: Religion and Beach Life Kings. Each of these acts are rising names in Electro here in the city of angels, and we’re excited to get back to our roots this week by showcasing their talent to some new ears. Also on the bill will be Will Eastman, coming all the way from DC and representing 1/3 of Volta Bureau.
It’s a FREE one all night this week, so make sure to RSVP at DANCEiSM.com before Thursday at 7PM!
The Central: Social Aide & Pleasure Club
1348 14th Street Santa Monica, CA 90404
► Thursday, September 22nd
► $5 Red Bull Vodkas
October 8th marks a monumental event with some of the absolute biggest names in electronic music descending upon Southern California all in the same day. The Club Life College Invasion tour featuring Tiesto, Diplo (just added), Dada Life, & Porter Robinson is coming to the Home Depot Center. A mix of thoroughly established veterans and impressive young talent makes this a must-see show. There are discount tickets for students (w/ ID), so for all of you young ones, there really is no excuse not to go. Regardless, I’d grab a ticket now before it’s too late!
Club Life College Invasion: Tiesto w/ Diplo, Dada Life, & Porter Robinson
• The Home Depot Center
• October 8th
• 4PM doors/5PM show starts
ALAS! Just when you thought it was “too Top 40,” our favorite Swedes Dada Life have taken Guetta‘s ‘Little Bad Girl’ (sorry Freddie) and given it the Sausage Fattener treatment. I know it’s tough playing out those cheesy radio house tunes these days, so thankfully we have the crazy Swedes to give us some crunch for the club. We present this next one to you for FREE, as part of the exclusive Dada Life Guerilla Fart series. Here’s what the boys had to say about it:
“We took David Guetta and put him in our special meat grinder. This is the result. Serve with shitloads of hot sauce.”
*Make sure you check out Dada’s preview of their upcoming remix to Afrojack + R3hab’s ‘Prutataaa’.
Who better to collaborate than two of the leading progressive house producers in 2011, Hardwell & Nicky Romero. I had the pleasure of seeing Hardwell spin immediately following an epic Dada Life set at CONTROL back in June, but I have yet to see Nicky Romero. As I can tell from the preview, the world-class power duo’s new track, “Beta,” grows from a groovy and melodic beginning into a big room monster with an extra electro grind to facilitate your dirty dancing. Mark your calendars, it’s out on September 26th via Spinnin’ Records.
If you have been festival bound this summer then chances are you’ve seen our boys Dada Life destroying stages with the high energy DJ sets they’re known for. They have been on a massive US tour for the past few months and haven’t stopped for anything (example: they literally played 4 different gigs in 3 cities in 24 hours). One of the best things about seeing the Dada live is the surprises they always have in their infamous bootlegs, the GUERILLA FART series. Now, if you’ve done your homework and have paid attention to the new tunes they’ve been dropping in their sets, you would notice some new versions they’ve beefed up and squeezed out (Sausage Fattener, anyone?) with that infamous Dada noise. Today, they’ve given us the exclusive release of their newest ‘Guerilla Fart #12,’ a festival bootleg of Laidback Luke & Steve Aoki’s ‘Turbulence’ smashed with the silly classic Rednex anthem ‘Cotton-Eyed Joe.’ This has been a huge party break track in their sets and went off huge at this year’s Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas. Enjoy it now for your own sets or just for that party playlist!
*Download others in the GUERILLA FART series HERE!
VOTE FOR DADA!
Don’t forget to Vote for DADA Life in this years DJ MAG TOP 100 – you know you love them more than anything. But don’t just take our word for it, listen to what the boys has to say themselves (hilarious).
The hard-hitting Swedish Electro fiends known as Dada Life have just ended their most recent tour and are back in the Scandinavian homeland for 2 months to put the finishing touches on their album, which they say will have “10-12 bangers” on it. To tide us over until then, Olle and Stefan have worked with Samsung to release a little minimix featuring 6 tracks that are on their heavy rotation. We love the Dada!
00:00 Young Rebels & Francesco Diaz – Damascus (Dada Life Remix)
03:30 Dada Life – Unleash The F**king Dada
08:22 Deniz Koyu – Tung
12:15 Hardwell – Encoded (Dada Life Remix)
16:30 Dada Life – White Noise / Red Meat
20:15 Bassjackers – Mush Mush
Check out this interview of the guys at Tomorrowland chatting about the Sausage Fattener, previewing their new album, and repping some GDD™ gear!
Yesterday saw the release of An Introduction to D.O.D, the debut EP from Lancaster based Dan O’Donnell, a rising star in UK Electro-House. Earning props from the likes of Annie Mac, Laidback Luke, Eddie Halliwell and Laurent Garnier, the 22 year old has recently secured himself a residency with Mixmag for their club and Ibiza tours this summer. We took some time out to chat with Dan about new tunes, inspiration, and Dada Life‘s Sausage Fattener. Here’s how it played out: Continue Reading