2012, afrojack, alejandro crisp, alesso, beatport, dirty south, dj m.e.g, electro house, featured, hard rock sofa, new, progressive house, the hype machine, the record stache

The Hit List: New Weekly EDM Bangers

Music is growing so quickly with the internet, and passionate fans want the hits first. We’ve decided to bring you every week or so, a dose of big electronic bangers that are going to be taking you, and the club, by storm. Be ready to hit the club, throw your hands up and take on the ride of your life. But seriously, we hope you enjoy these tracks as much as we do, and are proud to brighten your day with them. This week we have got so much madness going on! With Hard Rock Sofa dropping their brand new track, which is strait fire, and who better then Dirty South & Alesso previewing there brand new track, City of Dreams. We’ve also got a fresh new remix from Afrojack, as well as Kryder and Tom Staar remixing Afrojack “Can’t Stop Me Now.” If you like Deniz’s Bong, then Kryder and Tom Staar have made a track just for you. It’s similar but brings its own unique flavor to the table. Finally we’ve got DJ M.E.G killing it with his original track Stock-holm, that reached top 10 on Beatport and will be bringing down clubs everywhere. Enjoy these tracks!

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Alejandro Crisp

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Deadmau5 – There Might Be Coffee (Millertime Edit)

I’m not usually a fan of mash-ups, remixes, or edits. And I’m definitely not a fan of Deadmau5. So why am I featuring Millertime’s edit of There Might Be Coffee? I honestly don’t know. Something about it just works. It’s become a guilty pleasure of sorts. Kind of like my obsession with Ellie Goulding. Millertime’s version of There Might Be Coffee adds in vocals, which automatically makes the song a hundred times better. A majority of the vocals are taken from Eva Simons’ I Don’t Like You, and her sound fits perfectly over Deadmau5’s electro-house style. Plus, she’s like Rihanna, but better. Towards the end, Millertime also adds in some vocals from Dirty South’s Walking Alone. The result is just a fun listen, and it definitely encourages a spontaneous dance session.

Deadmau5 – There Might Be Coffee (MILLERTIME Edit) by MILLERTIME

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