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Our pal, Hot Mouth, formerly known as Jon Pegnato of LA Riots, has been on quite a tear since he has dived full on back into his solo project that he started in 2008. After receiving loads of success alongside Daniel in LA Riots, he felt the need to come back to Hot Mouth — creating funky, techy, fun Electro House for the masses. On that note, Jon’s most recent studio time has been dedicated to remixing the latest release from Sebastien Drums on Stealth Records. He adds a bit of fun Electro flair to the Housey original, making it dancefloor-ready for any club night or house party.

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Hello GDD™ Nation! I hope you all had a killer weekend, and if you made it out to Beyond Wonderland in San Bernardino like a few of us did last night then I know you had a great one. Anyway, after listening to Hardwell‘s past couple of On Air mixes from the past two weeks, I felt the urge to share these BIG hour long sets with all of you. Each contains a plethora of big room, ‘hands-up’ house tracks, including some worldwide exclusives and new tracks from the likes of Avicii, Sebastien Drums, Funkagenda, Swanky Tunes, and more. Grab the latest one below and get March 10th’s mix with tracklist as well as a teaser for Hardwell’s unreleased track, Encoded, after the jump. Keep an eye out for more On Air mixes in the future right here on GDD™.

Hardwell – On Air 003-SAT-03-17-2011

Tracklisting (with cue points!):
[00:00] 01. Hardwell On Air – Intro (00:22)
[00:21] 02. Avicii & Sebastien Drums – Snus (06:00)
[06:21] 03. Mark Knight – Yalta Groove (03:45)
[10:06] 04. Jay Ronko & Josh Newson – Holy Grounds (06:00)
[16:06] 05. Ianick & Alex Minerva – Illiad [Hardwell Exclusive] (04:54)
[21:01] 06. Sebjak – Your Body (05:45)
[26:46] 07. ATFC – Tropicana (05:30)
[32:16] 08. Ronn Sono & Thice Santoro – Momentum (05:59)
[38:15] 09. Timothy Allan – Angry Birds Remix [Demo Of The Week] (05:16)
[43:31] 10. Gareth Emery feat. Jerome Isma-Ae – Stars (Hardwell Remix) (05:45)
[49:16] 11. Black Raw – Eargasm (Daddy’s Groove Re-Edit) (04:06)
[53:22] 12. Henrik B feat. Christian Alvestam – Now & Forever (04:52)

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While the GDD team are reeling from the exploits of a fun filled weekend; I figured we should probably give you a rundown of how the Electric Daisy Carnival played out for us. With so many time clashes of the world’s finest DJs, I can only offer you one man’s perspective; so whichever sets I missed or overlooked, feel free to add your tales below, cos we wanna hear them.
Friday was a massive affair, the main reason I was there was to see veteran house supergroup Swedish House Mafia, who absolutely killed their live set on Kinetic Field. Unsurprisingly, the Coliseum was packed out, the gates to the main floor were closed when it reached capacity pretty early in the day, so a load of people were forced into the stands, but that didn’t matter. To be honest, the sound could’ve been bumped a little louder on day one in the Coliseum, but that was probably down to the fact that there were tens of thousands of people wiling out to Axwell, Angello and Ingrosso; the atmosphere was like nothing else. Highlights of their set were ‘One’ and the massive ‘Leave The World Behind’. If I’m pushed, the one part of their set I was less stoked on was their bunk drop of Blur‘s Song 2 intro which didn’t go anywhere, but besides that it was pretty dope.

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Credit where it’s due, Dirty South played the best show I’ve seen from him all year; spinning to a packed out house before Swedish House Mafia played, he really set the bar at new heights. Meanwhile, over at the Cosmic Meadow stage, the bar was also being raised at a prolific rate; Bart B More taking to the stage after a wicked set from Dada Life, then throwing down some of the dirtiest dutch house I’ve heard in months. Travis x A-Trak, I was undecided on at first, but their set together was a pretty awesome tribute to DJ AM; the two playing electro and house bangers from the past year, keeping the party going with the fresh musical addition of Travis Barker‘s live percussion. The best set I saw all night was over at the Circuit Grounds, where we were able to witness Moby slaying a rare dj set. This for me was not only the best set all night, but it’d also rate among the top five sets I’ve seen this year. A particular highlight was raging to this humungous house banger:

photo cred: Willa Campbell & Matt Black
The half of the Jack Beats set I managed to hear was pretty decent, a mixture of old and new house driven dubstep; obvious highlights were ‘Get Down’ and the two new tracks they’re set to release today via Herve‘s Cheap Thrills label:
If you dig these, then head over to Beatport where you can pick up the EP in full 320
So to round off the night, rather than head into the oversubscribed mess that was the Coliseum for Deadmau5, we scoped out Claude VonStroke who was throwing down his trademark minimal over at the Neon Garden stage. Such a sick set that sent us spiraling into Saturday.

photo cred: Willa Campbell
Hit the second day fairly late on, making a beeline straight for Kinetic Field and the mainstage which boasted sets from Bart B More, Dada Life & Afrojack. Afrojack slammed out a very similar set to Friday’s one; though to a far bigger audience, all blissing out to his dutch house and electro, before the dream was shattered by Lil’ Jon who out of nowhere started MCing for the tail end of his set. Back to back sets from Sound of Stereo and Felix Cartal put us back on track and onto a good one, just in time to catch a hotly anticipated set from Laidback Luke who failed to disappoint. I think it’s pretty fair to say that downtown LA went Dutch for the weekend; the amount of bleep heavy house music that went on is going to be etched into my skull for the rest of summer. Back over at Cosmic Meadows, LA Riots threw down some jams, particularly memorable was this:

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Even Wolfgang Gartner‘s set was tinged with Dutch House, as he exploded onstage with classic heavy hitters: ‘Wolfgang’s 5th’, ‘Undertaker’ and ‘Fire Power’. Entirely different to his set at Coachella, this one was far more of a housey affair. One act I’ve been looking forward to catching more than any other lately is Duck Sauce, the Fool’s Gold collab between A-Trak and Armand Van Helden. Arriving onstage beneath a thirty foot high duck, the duo proceeded to shred through their 75 minute set. Highlights of their show included GottaDanceDirty favorite Louis La Roche‘s ‘Sunshine Hotel’ as well as these:
If you dig this collab between Riton and Mehdi, they’re playing in LA this Saturday and you can scoop up tickets here
At EDC they played the unreleased original, but here’s a sick re-edit from Manila Killa
And finally, last but by no means least, the closing set from Boys Noize; who threw down a mixture of old and new – from Oi Oi Oi, Power and his collaborations with Erol – but threw it down super hard. The Boys Noize set was tight and ranks among the best I saw all weekend. Was hoping he’d drop this as an encore, but sadly he got cut short at 2am:
After hearing previews and radio rips of this for over a month now, here it is in full – This track is utter fire.
From the vault:
Big thanks to everyone who made the weekend a memorable one, particularly those who stopped us to say what up and compliment the GDD tees. You can get your mitts on them now HERE.
Cheers,
SweetFA