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WEEKLY TOP ELECTRONIC CHARTS: NOVEMBER 2012, VOL. 77

10 Nov

Winter’s coming! Betsie Larkin gets us ready to hit “play” with some classic trance. Afrojack welcomes a new lady to his archives. R3hab encourages us to live for the “city”!

1. BETSIE LARKIN, GABRIEL & DRESDEN “PLAY IT BACK” [ORIGINAL MIX] (ORGANIZED NATURE) Release Date: 2012-11-05

Rating★★★★

Genre: Trance

Origin: USA

Description: Betsie Larkin and Gabriel & Dresden team up for a great trance track to take the top spot this week! Larkin accelerates the track to another level thanks to her top #10 talent voice. Gabriel & Dresden offer an instrumental that has periods of mellow flow followed up by an excellent build that captures the moment. The filters applied to vocals also add to the aura of the single, that is unique and festival ready.

Reminds Us Of: “Obvious” – Lange, Betsie Larkin

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DJ SHOWS | MAY 30, 2012

29 May


DJ Shows/Sets from Matisse & Sadko, Defected Records, Sean Tyas, Robbie Rivera and Ashley Wallbridge.

Matisse & Sadko – May 2012 Promo Mix


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WEEKLY TOP ELECTRONIC CHARTS: MARCH 2012, VOL. 42

7 Mar

EDM Charts has a mixed bag of genres and artists for this week’s top #5 that somewhat resembles a Jackson Pollock. Parker & Hanson not only make the list again, but are “hot” and hit the top thanks to Heatbeat. Arty, Matisse & Sadko are quite the “Trio”. Paul Thomas & Weekend Heroes showcase a pretty looking lady in “Morena”. Continue reading

TOP UPCOMING RELEASES OF THE DAY (PREVIEWS) | FEB. 18, 2012

18 Feb

Previews from deadmau5, Maor Levi & Bluestone’s remix of Above & Beyond, Noisia, Sebastian & Ingrosso, Dillon Francis, Loverush, Adrian Lux, Arty, Matisse & Sadko and  more!

deadmau5 – Maths

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TOP UPCOMING RELEASES OF THE DAY (PREVIEWS) | FEB. 16, 2012

16 Feb

Upcoming releases by Ferry Corsten, Laidback Luke, Singularity & Sue Cho, Goyte & Ron Reeser, EOTO, Ralph Good, Matisse & Sadko, Eats Everything, Nicole Moudaber, Kill The Noise, A-Trak, Carl Kennedy, and The Cube Guys.

Ferry Corsten – Don’t Be Afraid

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