Ferry Corsten & Markus Schulz give their touch to ‘Stella’ by Jam & Spoon

The all-stars of trance, Ferry Corsten & Markus Schulz return with new stuff from the studios. The energetic duo of Corsten and Schulz is a match made in heaven for trance fans over the globe – that shows on The Official Global DJ Rankings as Corsten is #13 and Schulz #17.


'Loops & Tings' got received with feverish applause by the fans and now they're going to reward the fans with another track. They're paying tribute to 'Stella', a classic tune released precisely 20 years ago by the German duo Jam & Spoon. The official release will come out soon via Flashover Recordings. What we have for you now, is the preview and the original version!

Check out the original version by the legendary duo Jam & Spoon ranked #6157 in The Official Global DJ Rankings.

Forza Horizon O.S.T: Avicii, Skrillex, Nero, Madeon, Mord Fustang and more

This is the add-on for the article about one of the greatest soundtracks in video gaming history introduced here. So we've picked out 6 tracks from the Horizon Bass radio station. We left out some of the more known tracks, like Avicii – Levels(remixed by Skrillex) and Nero Me & You. But you can find them conveniently in one place – check out the Forza Horizon Youtube Channel for the rest of the sublime tracklist.


We'll start off on the darker side, with a track by French techno DJ/producer The Hacker. This one's got a bit of acid house to go with the pumping techno beat.


It's a cliché , but it's pretty cool that Mord Fustang can now drive a Ford Mustang on Forza Horizon listening to his own tune. The Plasmapool resident – #162 on The Official Global DJ Rankings –  is featured with the track Lick the Rainbow.


Chromeo – Hot Mess (featuring Elly Jackson) is mixed by the DJ duo Duck Sauce consisting of Armand Van Helden and A-Trak. Duck Sauce is #147 on The Official Global DJ Rankings. The authors of the song Chromeo, an electro-funk duo out of Canada is listed at #256.


Most 18 year olds are pondering how to get their hands on the new game, but Madeon has already gotten the privilege to be a part of the game. This young DJ and producer, #95 in The Official Global DJ Rankings, is represented with the track Icarus. You can read about Madeon – the youngest DJ on The DJ Rankings here.


Azari & III – Reckless with your love might as well have been listened to in the late 80s and early 90s cruising around in a Ferrari Testarossa. This old school vibe comes from the Canadian music group Azari & III, #742 on The Official Global DJ Rankings.


We're finishing the list with a dubstep slash drum and bass track. Dropping the bass in the dirtiest, most intense manner is Modestep, #134 on The Official Global DJ Rankings with the track Show Me a Sign.

Fool’s Gold Radio: Set by A-Trak

If you've heard A-Trak before – his remix of Boys Noize's 'Oh' or the infamous remix of the party anthem 'Heads Will Roll' by Yeah Yeah Yeahs – you know the Canadian has mad skills when it comes to both DJing and producing! At #123 in The Official Global DJ Rankings, Alain Macklovitch aka A-Trak, can be considered one of the best when it comes to inter-genre beats mixing electro with hip hop. Right now, we'd like to direct your attention to his monthly Fool's Gold DJ set. This one's special, introducing a lot of new stuff expected to be released soon, most notably DJ Zinc feat. Sasha Keable – Only For Tonight.


Tracklist:

1. Style Of Eye feat. Gina Turner – Ray Dee Oh (AM Mix) (A-Trak Intro Edit)
2. Bat For Lashes – All Your Gold (Hercules & Love Affair Remix)
3. Symphy Hall – Metal Arrives
4. Mix Chopin – Rio 76
5. Hot City – They Don't Know
6. Tony Quattro – Ray Ray
7. Skitzofrenix – Respek Di Woman
8. John Dahlback – Take This Thing Back (Jacques Lu Cont Remix)
9. Lifelike feat. A-Trak – Don't Stop
10. DJ Zinc feat. Sasha Keable – Only For Tonight
11. Jack Beats – Somebody To Love (Instrumental)
12. Falty DL – Straight & Arrow (MikeQ Remix)
13. Club Cheval – Vanilla Girl
14. Arttu – Get Up Off It (Dexter Remix)
15. Sinjin Hawke & DJ Sliink – Gas Pump
16. Jessie Ware – No To Love (Todd Edwards Remix)
17. Justin Martin – Don't Go (Dusky Remix)
18. Parade – The Call
19. Proxy – Junk
20. The Supermen Lovers – Debut (Spiller Remix)
21. That Kid Chris – Girlfriend (Anthony Acid Remix)
22. French Fries – Space & Smoke (Justin Martin Remix)
23. Van Toth – Trap For Me
24. Baxter – Whatever

 

Laidback Luke’s roof rattling set at the Escape From Wonderland

Before Halloween, we suggested that one of the best line-ups of this holiday's party is going to be at The Escape From Wonderland. If you got the chance to experience the festivity first hand, you know we were right. For those who didn't get to be there or just want to relive Laidback Luke's amazing set, look no further. The Dutch master of the decks, Laidback Luke is justly placed on the #30 spot in The Official Global DJ Rankings. This wow'd the crowds beyond reason, don't miss this one!


Electro-dubstep by Feed Me & Kill The Noise

Have you gotten tired of dubstep? Well, there's a lot of people out there, who are looking for new things and asking what's the next big thing after dubstep?


Right now, it seems there's two directions which appeal to electronic music lovers. Firstly, there's trap, with the same tempo as dubstep plus 1/3 hip-hop and 1/3 dub. Then there's also this crazy crossbred mutant child of electro house and dubstep. Feed Me( #80 on The Official Global DJ Rankings) has got the hang of it. Rocking the same boat with Kill The Noise (#153 on The Official Global DJ Rankings), they've come up with Thumbs-Up (For Rock'n'Roll), an clear-cut example of what I mean by electro dubstep.