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New DJ R3hab Remixes

In a short period of time the ambitious Fadil El Ghould A.K.A. R3hab, firmly established his name in the Dutch dance scene. The vision of Wall Recordings isn’t complete without the mentioning of highly anticipated remixes by R3hab.  Here are two bangers that drop.  His performance is well noticed around the EDM community and as long as Afrojack has his back, he can’t really go wrong.  R3hab is the highest demanded Dirty Dutch release remixer known. So good that our new welcome page features his remix of  Sander Van Doorn’s Koko.

Sander Van Doorn – Koko (DJ R3hab Remix)

LMFAO – Champagne Showers (DJ R3hab Remix)

Getting Quacky: Afrojack – Bangduck (Moguai Remix)

The release of Moguai’s remix of Afrojack’s Bangduck marks one of the biggest and most anticipated releases of the year.  This song has been played at festivals across the world and is now ready to land on your ipod.  Be the one with the banger, keep dancing.

Afrojack – Bangduck (Moguai Remix)  

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New AVICII: Enough Is Enough

Here is the new track that Avicii featured at EDC, rumored to be his new release. Enough Is Enough. Ill throw you the Original Mix once released.

Ringing Stuck In My Ears: New Music Heard From EDC

I have not posted new songs in ages.  This feels about right finally.  Here are some of the new songs I bring back.  Alesso made me a believer  after that massive set.  Check out his remix of Heiress of Valentina.  More news/updates to TFN will be coming soon. For now sit back, kick it, and the music will be thrown at you freshly.

Avicii – Fade Into Darkness (Premiered at EDC) [audio]

Dune – Heiress of Valentina (Alesso Remix) [audio]

Richard Vission & the Violater – 2 to the 3 [audio]

Nymz – Get Up [audio]

New Laidback Luke Remix…

What Happens In Vegas: Avicii, Nero…

Here’s when I say goodbye to you. I’d like to leave in style so much of what I say may be totally irrelevant to the music.  I have some brand spankin’ new Avicii and Nero for you.  Tomorrow will begin madness. 200,000 people, 6 stages, 1 me.  I dont know the numbers really. Might have mixed up a few.  There’s little failure when it comes to this lineup, some may say none at all.  But let it be known, that in the middle of the Entertainment capital of the world, everyone will be dancing their pants off. I don’t even know if I plan on sleeping yet, but I plan on being pant-less at some point. However, it is my priority to give you a first hand account, if you will not be there (not a porno sick fucks).  If you do plan on going, find me. If you are planning on going to Skrillex, I can tell you, that I will most certainly be there.  Find me if you can….  Where the fuck is Waldo? Peace and Love! Bring it Vegas.

Avicii – Muja [audio]

Avicii – Sound of Now [audio]

Nero – My Eyes [audio]

Nero – Book Of Harmony [audio]

Flight Facilities – Crave You (Adventure Club Dubstep Remix) [audio]

Style of Eye + Magnus The Magnus – The Antidote (Pleasurekraft Remix) 

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EDC Vegas 2011: Saturday Night Preview Pt.3 – Kinetic Field

Saturday Night is by far the night I am looking forward to most this weekend. The lineup is too massive and too versatile for one night of fun.  That being said, I have a generally good idea of who I am looking forward to seeing and who I’m dying to see.  While the dubstep lineup is gigantic Saturday, house music brings some of the top DJs to its fronts for the night’s party. Afrojack and David Guetta have released single after singles as of ate and their newest Bass Line will be played at a number of sets this weekend.  We follow Afrojack’s set at 10:45-12 with one of my favorite performances in music, Benny Benassi. Ever since Ultra, I have held a tremendous amount of respect for this guy, literally busting out a 20 minute dub portion on the main stage. He is experimental in his approach and flawless in his style.  Here’s a song, evident of Benassi’s versatility in his originals.

Benny Benassi – Satisfaction (J.Rabbit Bit) 

As we move later into the night, Vegas-goers will be blessed with the appearance of David Guetta.  His sets are always a thrill and he is bound to bring out some special guests every time he controls the platform.  Look for Afrojack to join him on stage as well as someone like Kid Cudi (who will also be at the Hard Rock the previous night)

David Guetta – One More Love

After a performance that will leave the crowd in awe, none other than Above and Beyond will follow.  Largely known for their ultra state of Trance, Above & Beyond is a perfect closing act (even though Sidney Samson follows).  Their new releases include Thing Called Love which has a few sick remixes, as well as Sun And Moon.

Above & Beyond – Thing Called Love (Mat Zo Remix) 

Above & Beyond – Sun and Moon (Kim Fai Dub Mix) 

New Avicii Preview – Fade Into Darkness

Originally entitled Penguin, Avicii adds some vocals in his new Preview Fade Into Darkness.
Avicii – Fade Into Darkness

EDC Vegas 2011: Friday Night Preview Pt.2 – Kinetic Field

The Kinetic Field is one of the most epic scenes you will see at any festival. Otherwise known as the Main Stage, the Kinetic Field on Friday Night will play host to some of the best DJs on the planet.  While I’m not in my dubstep zone and feel like dancing it out, I will be heading here. The night starts at 8 but getting there at 1045, you will be able to see Wolfgang Gartner kick off a glorious round of DJs.  Wolfgang hasn’t come out with too much new stuff as of late however he is always a great set to see.

From there we move to 11:30 where Dirty South is on.  No lying, I will probably miss the set even though I’ve heard some good things only because my boy Borgore will probably be tearing it up.  However, were on a non-commitment basis this week and I may just end up in the middle of the Kinetic Field.  Dirty South’s Big Song this year was their remix with of Diddy Dirty Money’s I’m Coming Home.

Diddy – Dirty Money – Coming Home (The Dirty South Remix)

The act is followed by none other than Tiesto himself.  The guy knows how to put on a show and there’s no doubt in my mind he will absolutely kill the 2 hr times slot he has.  His release of Club Life Vol.1  has been a huge success and has released a few tracks as of late, including Green Sky which will surely be a top dance song this month.  Here’s a remix I just picked up by Ken Loi of Tiesto and Kaskade’s Only You.

Tiesto & Kaskade – Only You (Ken Loi Remix)

Following this will not be an easy task, however when we’re talking about EDC we can;t assume anything.  Steve Angello will take the stage for the hour and a half following Tiesto.  Here’s a new single by Swedish House Mafia featured on the site a few weeks backNo Life Till Leather featuring Kate Madson.

Swedish House Mafia – No Life Till Leather ft. Kate Matson (Original Mix)

David Guetta’s F*** Me I’m Famous 2011 Ibiza Mixtape Preview

Guetta‘s annual Ibiza Mixtape will be coming out soon and here are two bangers off the mixtape that get you going.  The first one is called Bass Line and was produced with Afrojack.  The song doesn’t pick up until about the 2:30 minute mark, but then it drops hard.  Also an Afrojack collaboration, the song Pandemonium which features Carmen, a rager off the bat.  Check out the beats!

David Guetta & Afrojack – Bass Line [TFN Pick] [audio]

David Guetta & Afrojack – Pandemonium ft. Carmen [audio]

New Banger From Solveig – Big In Japan

Not gay, in fact we’re all straight with it.  In fact, I might even rock a fundoshi to my next rave. Martin Solveig drops his new album Smash this week.  He also replicates the extremity and severity of another jaw dropper similar to his most famous song Hello.  This one, Big In Japan, again features Dragonette, and takes pretty similar sounds away from his masterpiece. I like it, and know it’s about to blow up, so here’s your chance to grab it before it hits the booths everywhere.

Martin Solveig – Big In Japan (ft. Dragonette & Idoling) [audio]

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