Archive | July, 2012

WEEKLY TOP ELECTRONIC CHARTS: JULY 2012, VOL. 62

25 Jul

As we hit the midstretch of summer, the music keeps on building! Digitialism and Tommy Trash “fall” forward with a #1 hit.  Apster gives us “more” with a great new electro house track. We find out that a “proton” is an important element of life with a top trance track from Ronski Speed.
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EXCLUSIVE CONTENT: GLOBAL DANCE FESTIVAL 2012 | RED ROCKS, COLORADO

24 Jul

EDM Charts’ crew had a chance this past weekend to take in Global Dance Festival 2012 at Red Rocks in Morrison, Colorado. In arguably the best venue in the world, there were three nights of electro house, progressive house, trance and dubstep. Take some extended time to check out some great videos and pictures we were able to take of the event.

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WEEKLY TOP ELECTRONIC CHARTS: JULY 2012, VOL. 61

23 Jul

In case you’re wondering the EDM Charts crew made it back in one piece from Global Dance Festival in Denver. This week Afrojack “rocks the house”! Fedde Le Grand and Nicky Romero create “sparks” on their newest collaboration. Dash Berlin steals our “hearts” with a trance banger.
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WEEKLY TOP ELECTRONIC CHARTS: JULY 2012, VOL. 60

11 Jul

Suns out, guns out! EDM fans get “caught” on Markus Schulz. “Here We Go” again with Hard Rock Sofa & Swanky Tunes. Get your tanning lotion of for the “Disco Sun” with Pascal & Pearce.
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EDM CHARTS’ EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW | SHOWTEK

10 Jul

One of Holland’s best DJs join us at EDM Charts this week to say “Hell Yeah!”. Welcome Dutch duo Showtek as they delve into what they’ve been working on, their thoughts on some recent gossip, and what it is like to work with Tiesto. Sit back and enjoy!

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WEEKLY TOP ELECTRONIC CHARTS: JULY 2012, VOL. 59

4 Jul

Sorry we’re a week late, but what can we say other than summer is in full rage! Above & Beyond produce a “heavenly” hit. Tiesto, Max Vangeli, and AN21 are “nocturnal” in this effort. Paul van Dyk & Arty span the seas with “The Ocean”.
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