March Madness is here! Afrojack celebrates Ultra Music Festival with some “guitar”. Shogun bring trance to the table with a “drop”. Jochen Miller takes us to the top with “Attic”.
1. AFROJACK “AIR GUITAR (ULTRA MUSIC FESTIVAL ANTHEM” [ORIGINAL MIX] (ULTRA) Release Date: 2013-3-12
Genre: ELECTRO HOUSE
Description: Afrojack is finally starting to heat up once again, this time with the theme song of Ultra Music Festival 15. It was a heck of a festival, and Afrojack didn’t disappoint. This hardened electro house track hits deep and and has a heart pulsing beat to it. Afrojack’s tracks are typically rather rowdy and then one will get any crowd going. Watch out for 2012 Afrojack fans!
Reminds Us Of: “‘Lionheart” – Afrojack
Happy St. Patrick’s Day EDM Charts fans! Mark Knight, Sander van Doorn, and Underworld celebrate “10” years of Toolroom Knights bliss. Gabriel & Dresden “track” down a groundbreaking track. Hard Rock Sofa give us a peek into the Imperial Family with “Rasputin”.
1. MARK KNIGHT, SANDER VAN DOORN, UNDERWORLD “TEN” [ORIGINAL MIX] (TOOLROOM KNIGHTS) Release Date: 2013-3-4
Genre: PROGRESSIVE HOUSE
Description: You don’t get to say this often, but there are literally three legends on this track. To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of Toolroom Records, el capitán Mark Knight puts out a huge release in “Ten”. It has the solid progressive feel we have come to know and love from this forefront label. Underworld does a classic job adding whispy, deep vocals.
Reminds Us Of: “‘Dark & Long” – Underworld
This week’s chart is full of Dutch domination! Above & Beyond keep their Group Therapy effort going with “Black Room Boy”. Armin van Buuren & W&W continue their expedition with “D# Fat”. John Dahlback show us some “life” with his latest progressive house smash hit.
1. ABOVE & BEYOND “BLACK ROOM BOY” [ORIGINAL MIX] (ANJUNABEATS) Release Date: 2013-2-25
Description: Above & Beyond continue to release individual original mixes from last year’s “Group Therapy” album. “Black Room Boy” just adds to the list of brilliant stand outs from the album. The track features the group’s stand out (and almost exclusive) vocalist Richard Bedford. The track has a little more a darker vibe to it than the typical nostalgic tracks from Above & Beyond. It truly takes a talent like Above & Beyond, to release an album over a year ago, and then re-release each track as an original mix.
Reminds Us Of: “‘Sun & Moon” – Above & Beyond