Video of ‘the making of the video’ for possibly the best track from 2012

What was the best track of 2012? Hard to tell, right.. What comes into consideration as the best track from 2012? That's right, 'Inspector Norse' by the Norwegian house  producer Todd Terje. The immensely popular track has got some pretty humorous roots, so Terje did a documentary to give you an idea about the inspiration for this space music. 'Whateverest' is a 15-minute short-film, showing Terje explaining who is Inspector Norse, and how come he dances 'til the break of dawn.

A bonkers Karmaloop interview with Dillon Francis

KarmaloopTV presents a new online series! In the first episode @lilinternet interviewing Dillon Francis. If the pilot is an accurate showing, the show is going to be ridiculously funny. In fact, @lilinternet is in such a flow, even the shenanigan-filled Dillon Francis doesn't seem to keep up with him. He runs out of jokes at some point and has to give some serious anwsers.

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Calvin Harris and Major Lazer playing EXPLOSIVE sets at X-Games

Obviously, the X-Games brought a spectacular amount of fans and extreme sports to Aspen, Colorado. However,  the spectacle didn't end with the competition – Major Lazer and Calvin Harris were booked to end the event with a bang. Did they manage to produce the same kind of adrenaline as the stuntmen? Check out the full recordings of both mixes, Major Lazer delivering its blend of dubstep, Dutch house and bass-filled dancehall, while Calvin Harris sticks to his dish of stadium-size dance music!

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Brilliant recap of Boys Noizes ‘Out of the Black’ world tour

Boys Noize started quite the crusade when his critically acclaimed album 'Out of the Black' was released.  He set on a world tour, covering multiple continents – over 25 European cities andover 20 in America. Read all about the album here! Below, we have a video recap of the tour. Alex Ridha aka Boys Noize exercised 14-hours a day ahead of these live shows. So you know there's raw electro and skills behind the bad-ass scull. Recap itself is of course edited masterfully, so you get the idea of what you experienced, or – if got the bad end of the deal – missed.

Listen: Remixes of 'OUT OF THE BLACK'

Watch: Boys Noize's Boiler Room set

Tiësto puts his spin on Passion Pit’s track + a trippy video to boost the effort

Tiësto put a new tune out there. It's not an original, but it doesn't lack orginality. The Dutch trance and progressive head put his spin on Passion Pit's lovely tune 'Carried Away'. He held back on the raw electro house vibe he's put into his productions lately. So the overall feel goes nicely with original, the track's just become dance-floor friendly as he's added some big room chords and dance elements. The video is a really cool one as well – who wouldn't like to jump out of their body's to form 5 clones in a heartbeat?