A State Of Trance


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jueves, 3 de marzo de 2011

Charts (Trance)

Issue: 495, Genre: Trance

Arty - Enhanced/Anjunabeats

1. Adrian Lux Teenage Crime (Axwell & Henrik B Remode) (Axtone)
Simply the best record (still) around at the moment.

2. Arty Zara (Original Mix) (Anjunabeats)
My latest release on Anjunabeats label. Picking up lots of great reactions.

3. Tiesto Love Comes Again (Bart Claessen Remix) (Anjunabeats)
One of my favorite songs of all time and a great remix from Bart.

4. Tilt The World Doesn't Know (Original Mix) (Lost Language)
One of those classics that will never die.

5. Mat Zo Near the End (Original Mix) (Anjunabeats)
Mat is rare musician who always brings so many great ideas in every each track. This guy has a bright future in trance music.

6. Cosmic Gate Back 2 Earth (Arty Remix) (Black Hole)
Always hard to remix truly classic song, but I did my best!

7. Skytech Planet (Coldharbour)XDY49BECXKE5 
A proper Skytech banger. I really love almost all their productions, including this one for sure.

8. Ali Wilson Danger (In Charge)
Ideal track for a warm up.

9. Nero Me & You (Original Mix) (MTA)
Amazing production and so catchy melody.

10. Deadmau5 Raise Your Weapon (Mau5trap)
The new Deadmau5 album is fantastic and so cool to experiment in joining so many different style

Charts (House)

Issue: 495, Genre: House

Fred Everything - Lazy Days 

1. Dave Miller Feat Kelly Hayden Take What You Want (DPC's LCG Remix) (Motion)
"Peter from Lawnchair Generals created a monster here. Soulful yet edgy."

2. Lovebirds N2Deep (Lazy Days)
"Proud to welcome Lovebirds to the Lazy Days family. Peak-time fun!"

3. Atjazz Feat Clyde I Forgot You (Fred Everything Remix) (AtJazz Record Company)
"Remixing me old pal AtJazz in a Prescription tradition."

4. Jay Haze I Can't Forget (DJ Sneak's ReDub Mix) (Turning Spork)
"Sneak going a little deeper, and we love it."

5. Thomas Shumacher Sunset (Get Physical)
"Germans getting jazzy! Gets a huge reaction every time."

6. Aly Us Follow Me (Fred Everything & Olivier Desmet Dub) (Strictly Rhythm)
"Olivier and mine's re-dub on this old classic for Strictly's 20th anniversary."

7. Tuccillo Jazzy Thing (Peppermint Jam)
"Peppermint Jam back to their roots. It's about time!"

8. Luv Lux Waterpark (KiNK Daylight Dub) (Kolour)
"Nice, deep and techy thing from KiNK on the ever-consistent Kolour imprint."

9. Frank Solano Beautiful Connection (Fred Everything Remix)(Loudeast)
"Soulful vocal with a hypnotic dubby backing track. You be the judge!"

10. Faze Action I Wanna Dance (Old School House Extended) (Faze Action)
"Nice to see the brothers Lee still at it."  XDY49BECXKE5 

Top 10 DJs

Non Mover
Armin Van Buuren
"Unbelievable, man," says Armin as we break the news to him on the phone that he's scooped the Top 100 winner's trophy for a record-breaking fourth year running. "I don't know what to say...
David GuettaDavid Guetta
David Guetta has recently tipped over the 10 million friends mark on Facebook. In the past two months alone, he's been racking up a million more fans per week. It pretty much says all tha...
Moved Up
Tiësto, less better-known as Tijs Verwest, is a hard man to pin down. It takes DJmag three attempts to get hold of him, thanks to a series of delayed flights, extended stopovers and overr...
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Moved Down
The event that most might recall involving Joel Zimmerman, aka Deadmau5, this year happened on 30th July, in Washington DC's 9:30 Club. About 50 minutes into his set, the music stopped wi...
Moved Up
Above & BeyondAbove & Beyond
When DJmag catches up with Above & Beyond they're in a hotel in Singapore, bags packed and ready to fly off to Bali. The trance trio, comprising Tony McGuinness, Jono Grant and Paavo Olav...
Moved Down
Paul Van DykPaul Van Dyk
"2010 started kind of rough," says Paul Van Dyk, surprisingly, when we call to congratulate him on yet another top 10 placing. "We restructured our company and we have a complete new team...
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Moved Down
Gareth EmeryGareth Emery
To borrow from football parlance, 2010 has been a year of two halves for Gareth Emery. Crucially, it was the year that he finally pulled his finger out, knuckled down and got cracking on ...
Moved Up
Markus SchulzMarkus Schulz
In an industry where egos are liberally polished each and every day, Markus Schulz is one of the most down-to-earth and level-headed DJs it's possible to imagine. So while received wisdom...
Non Mover
Ferry CorstenFerry Corsten
When DJmag catches up with Ferry Corsten, he is in the middle of yet another epic US tour. Since hitting San Francisco and LA, he is fresh from last night's show in Phoenix and just about...
Moved Down
Axwell - Axel Hedfors - does not mince his words when it comes to summing up what has been an obscenely successful year for him: "I have been travelling the globe enjoying life to the ful...
Moved Up

Club SOS hits the Catwalk

As Andy Blake, Kris Di Angelis and Warboy bring the underground sounds
Bright lights, hot stoves and steamy backrooms fill one of London's most creative club experiencesSOS this Saturday 5th March.  
With DJs Andy BlakeKris Di Angelis (whose debut single is forthcoming on Southern Fried) andWarboy playing underground acid, vintage and catwalk house, expect the dancing to be as dirty as the other assorted goings. 
Throughout the night you can catch whaackers, chaotic catwalkers, fierce dancers and flamboyant fashion on the new Diva Catwalk hosted by UK performance artist Scottee.
Rapper and DJ, Niyi, fresh from this week's TV appearance on Come Dine with Me, will be spinning and cooking during the night, with tables on a first come first serve basis.
And if you're still hungry for more and want a happy ending to your night, go to the club's  backroom where it will be serving hot 'n' fresh vintage porn.
Event: SOS: You Got Me Burning Up at The Rehearsal Studios. Kingsland Road
Saturday 5th March
11.30pm - 6am
Tickets are £5 before 1am

A State Of Trance 2011

Take a year out of the life of Armin van Buuren and you’ll come to find he’s been living more than one at once. Aside of his personal life, the number one DJ spends his time globetrotting, producing and hosting, all in the name of music. 2010 was made up with nothing but highlights, including the release of his ‘Mirage’ album as the summit of all of his hard work. Along with its release, a new Armin Only world-tour was kicked off, as well as the preparations for the celebration of the 500th episode and 10th birthday of his beloved A State of Trance radio show.
One of the few constant factors in his roaring life as a superstar DJ and producer, is the weekly 2 hour radio show in which Armin reaches out to the average of 15 million listeners. No matter how many awards, accolades or prestigious gigs the Dutchman got, it never made him lose his love for radio. Ranked number one in the critically acclaimed DJ Mag Top 100 for the fourth year running, as the first DJ ever, Armin van Buuren keeps his fans up to date on the latest in trance and progressive with a relentless passion and energy. Always ahead with exclusives and fresh, unreleased tracks, Armin also presents an A State of Trance compilation, representing a new year in trance on a special 2 disc mix. A yearly highlight to millions of dance lovers, the ASOT compilation series has been going strong since 2004, nominated for and winning many awards ever since.
Months of preparation passed before Armin van Buuren finally found the perfect balance and track selection for his A State of Trance 2011. Some of its tracks fresh coming straight the studio, like the ones of The Blizzard & Omnia, Mark Otten, Max Graham, Rex Mundi and Orjan Nilsen, or representing the 2011 sound that currently fills the global clubs, by the likes of Mark Eteson, Aly & Fila, Robert Nickson & Thomas Datt, Arty & Mat Zo and Beat Service. 2 discs of 2011 essentials, with the beloved ‘On The Beach’ and ‘In The Club’ themes reflecting what will be heard today and tomorrow.
Pre-order now from iTunes and ArmadaShop.com.
A State of Trance 2011 will be released March 18th.
Sneak preview with Armin
Defining the trance sound of 2011 and setting forth 2 discs of fresh, exclusive tracks, is the upcoming A State of Trance compilation, mixed by Armin van Buuren. Only a few weeks left till A State of Trance 2011 will be released, so therefore it’s time to awake those trance senses and be indulged by all the new music that’s about to sweep you off your feet as soon as you press play.
Armin will gladly introduce you to the tracks on CD1 of A State of Trance 2011, as he takes you on a little audio tour and explains why he chose to go for these beat-beauties.
Disc 1
1. Triple A – Winter Stayed (Armin van Buuren’s On the Beach Intro Mix)
2. The Blizzard & Omnia – My Inner Island
3. Mike Shiver vs Matias Lehtola – Slacker
4. Dreas vs Alex Robert – Mormugao (Alex Robert 2011 Mix)
5. Anhken – Always Look Back
6. Nuera – Green Cape Sunset
7. Rex Mundi – Sandstone
8. Robert Nickson & Thomas Datt – Godless (Protoculture Remix)
9. Bobina – Lamento Sentimental
10. Mark Otten – Libertine
11. Max Graham feat. Neev Kennedy – So Caught Up
12. Ashley Wallbridge – Moonlight Sonata
13. Beat Service feat. Cathy Burton – When Tomorrow Never Comes
14. Arty & Mat Zo – Rebound
Disc 2
1. Ron Hagen & Al Exander – Now Is The Time (Armin van Buuren’s Intro Edit)
2. Super8 & Tab feat. Julie Thompson – My Enemy (Rank 1 Remix)
3. Shogun – Skyfire
4. John O’Callaghan & Timmy & Tommy – Talk To Me (Ørjan Nilsen Trance Mix)
5. Armin van Buuren presents Gaia – Status Excessu D (ASOT 500 Theme)
6. Mark Eteson – Blackboard (Jon O’Bir Remix)
7. Daniel Kandi & Phillip Alpha – If It Ain’t Broke
8. Andrew Rayel – Aether
9. Ørjan Nilsen – Between The Rays
10. Armin van Buuren feat. Winter Kills – Take A Moment (Alex M.O.R.P.H. Remix)
11. Lost World – Stargazer
12. Aly & Fila feat. Jwaydan – We Control The Sunlight
13. Juventa – Dionysia
14. Bjorn Akesson – Painting Pyramids
15. Laura Jansen – Use Somebody (Armin van Buuren Rework)