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Seems everyone is in the giving mood this month – our LA friend & familiar Hot Mouth has just given away Peacetreaty’s remix of the big room electro monster “Totally Worth It” on his soundcloud. The PT boys put a sinister twist on their version with piping stabs that slap both the electro and techno categories in the face. Tis the season?

• Ultra Music Festival to be Swedish House Mafia‘s final stop
• W Hotels & Boiler Room Present ‘Do Not Disturb’ featuring Skream B2B Disclosure, Jimmy Edgar B2B Machinedrum, TEED B2B Friendly Fires, and Jackmaster B2B Loefah
• Seven Lions “Days to Come” Remix Contest on Beatport
Cocoon connects Dots and Pearls II
Jason Ross Remixes PeaceTreaty’s “In Time”

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From their origin, we have followed and supported our friends PeaceTreaty throughout their rising success both in productions and performances. Their new single (and first off their forthcoming debut album on Dim Mak Records) was released today, featuring the fresh faced vocals of Anabel Englund and an evolved sound in the studio. We were able to sit down with them for a quick interview about the new track, amidst their European tour and set @ Tomorrowland festival.

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Alright you crazy kids, this week the 64th edition of the dirt is being brought to you by GDD ruffians BONES and Tre. The first 5 tracks that Bones has chosen are a select group of big room DJ edits and  bootlegs that are meant to light the fire under your fanny and prepare you for one hell of a festival season. The second 5 tunes that Tre has chosen showcase a variety of his favorite genres that peak his interest right now in each category. So go ahead and collect-em-all, your ears are depending on it!

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Good morning! It’s time for your mid-week update featuring news on Rusko x Cypress Hill, Calvin Harris, PeaceTreaty, Miike Snow, Beatport Play, Sensation Chile ’12, and Nicolas Jaar. Please read on after the jump.

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To kick things off for my residency @ the infamous Dim Mak Studios (aka Dim Mak Tuesdays) in 2012, I have created a new mixtape to get you all hyped for the year to come. I’ve packed it with several of the artists that DMS has hosted  and some of the upcoming talent, as well as some of my own forthcoming releases and friends too! So grab ahold of the new year with this boomer, and I hope to see you all on Tuesdays @ Dim Mak Studios.

DIM MAK STUDIOS 2012 MIX by trevorBONES

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Our buddies PeaceTreaty have constructed a massive new mix for you guys, reflecting their transformation this year into a big room monster. With the success and huge support of their remixes, the PT boys are on the rise to becoming the new school for festival music, and there’s no end in sight. Check out their remix for Moby which was released this week, along with their remix for Diplo & Oliver Twizt which is due out next week! Oh, and if your wondering where the track list for the mix is, they didn’t unveil it because there are just too many unreleased gems in there. It’s up to you to figure it out!

PeaceTreaty’s Brazilian Blowout Mix by PeaceTreaty

Moby- After (PeaceTreaty Remix) Preview by PeaceTreaty

Diplo & Oliver Twizt- Go (PeaceTreaty Remix) 256kps by PeaceTreaty

 

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Just when you thought you were safe on the Thursday before Halloween weekend….

VERSUS is brewing up the ultimate monster mash bash to kick things off proper for your weekend festivities. We are teaming up with Salt Lake City’s EDM event kings NIGHTFREQ to bring you a frightfully awesome lineup of DJs in BOTH ROOMS that are gonna bring out the dead. Expect the crazy, horrific, amazing and exhilarating…

COSTUMES ARE REQUIRED!
Not really, but dress up because its fun to party in costumes, and you’ll look like an idiot if you’re normal. Plus were gonna give out drink tickets for cool costumes!

RSVP HERE

RSVP Closes at 7:00p day of the event
Free before 11pm
$5 after 11pm

21+
9:00pm – 2:00am
$5 Red Bull Vodkas til Midnight

EARLY ARRIVAL HIGHLY RECOMMENDED:
This event will reach capacity so it’s imperative that you RSVP and arrive as early as possible because the line to get in is going to be slammed by the 11pm FREE cutoff.

LINEUP  :
SKULL + BONES
(Sam Hiller formerly of PeaceTreaty + ///BONES special b2b set)

NO BODY

CASINO GOLD

CEDES (SLC)

USER (SLC)

MSTR SHREDDER (SLC)

BLACK TONGUES

FIERO

TUNAGE:
 Voltronixx – Villan (No Body Remix) √+

Yesterday, our boys Josh & Angelo from PeaceTreaty sent us over a pair of previews of their upcoming remixes that will be hitting Beatport in the next couple of weeks, and we are impressed as usual. The first track is a hot n’ heavy new take on Moby‘s ‘After,’ complete with a light synthy Big Room build and a heavy bassline drop that I can’t wait to hear on some professional speakers. Already gaining support from Steve Angello, Hardwell, and Tommy Trash, this remix will be released on Moby’s Lil Idiot Records on Monday, October 31st. The second remix on our plate is Diplo & Oliver Twizt‘s ‘Go,’ and personally, I can really hear the always-improving PeaceTreaty signature sound in this one. This EP will be released on Mad Decent on November 8th, and you probably have heard it played out already by some people you may have heard of: Tiesto, Benny Benassi, Afrojack, Chuckie, and Mr. Aoki. Keep ‘em coming fellas!

Moby- After (PeaceTreaty Remix) Preview by PeaceTreaty

Diplo & Oliver Twizt- Go (PeaceTreaty Remix) 256kps by PeaceTreaty

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As much as I could do without the drive there, the NOS Events Center is truly one of the best all-around venues for a massive dance event that I’ve ever seen. The fine people at Insomniac always manage to get the best out of any space they bring the beats and freaks to, but the combination of massive hangars, outdoor tents, trees and a beautiful lake to watch fireworks in and relax by really can’t be beat in my eyes. Of course, the wise Friedrich Nietzsche once pointed out that “without music, life would be a mistake” and it holds true that the venue would be nothing without the incomparable lineup that Insomniac once again rolled out, stacked top to bottom with heavy hitters and game changers in every genre.

GDD™ sent out solo astronauts into the abyss each day, and ///Bones and myself will be giving you our respective takes on the events of both Friday and Saturday.

FRIDAYBONES
Coming off a huge success @ last years festival, Nocturnal Wonderland expanded its schedule to become a 2-day showcase. Friday, although being the shortened lineup of the two having only 3 of 5 stages open, still brought out the big guns with Avicii, Dirty South, Fedde Le Grande and 12th Planet. I got there in time for the end of Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano on the Main Stage, who surprisingly blew me away with (clearly) their big room experience. Followed by back-to-back sets from Dirty South and Avicii, Alice’s House (Main Stage) was erupting in a wave of energy. The monstrous structure that was the Main Stage was overwhelming, but in any case only fitting for what was being heard from its towering sound system.

Best Performance12th Planet

Our main man John Dadzie (Yes, rockin’ our Invert.Tut shirt) knew he had to prove why he was closing the Dubstep/DnB stage, and the 10,000 that flocked to his set were not disappointed. With such a high energy performance and a stage presence that’s unmatched, 12th Planet absolutely set the place on fire. What made this set more mind blowing was that he was mixing bouncy electro house in with the big bassy selections, giving his set a real festival feel. When I asked him afterwards why he was now playing out up-tempo tunes, he told me that True Pseudo (his former project with Flinch) is about to be coming back in a big way.”

SATURDAYBurn Unit
I had every intention of getting up and getting my day started bright and early, but we showed up much closer to 6PM as the sun was starting to fade to the west. Undaunted, it was off to Layo & Bushwhacka straight away. The London duo did a great job of getting me in the right state of mind, but feeling a bit antsy and eager to explore it was time to go meet some more party animals over in Alice’s House.

After a quick stop at Sigma, and being disappointed after not hearing a shred of Drum N’ Bass, it was time for some Big Room Haus! The structure that Insomniac now regularly brings in for the Main Stage is absolutely monstrous, and if you feel like getting ravey it’s definitely the place to be. Before I knew it Sebastian Ingrosso was standing behind the decks and the crowd below me was positively exuberant.

Best PerformancePeaceTreaty

This being their last performance as a trio, you could say this was sort of a sentimental pick for ‘Best Performance.’ Fact of the matter though is that the fellas absolutely crushed it to an enthusiastic crowd who passed on the likes of Kaskade and Mark Knight to party with PeaceTreaty.

All in all, Insomniac did a fantastic job as per usual. The comprehensive and detailed approach to party throwing is what got them to the top of the game in the States, and it’s what is going to keep them expanding around the globe in the future. Party on, Wayne.