PLAYLIST: DJ J13 (South Florida) Guest Mix – 07.31.08

Tonight’s exclusive guest mix was brought to you by South Florida’s DJ J13! His radio show Euphoric Sound Sessions is broadcast on www.orbitalgrooves.com and features house, electro, progressive and trance music with mixes from some of the most prominent DJs around the world.

And the tracklisting for tonight’s show:

1. Paolo Jackson ft Shene – Funkt (Markus Schossow Elektrified Remix)
2. Prospekt – Elektrofly
3. Cosmic Gate – A Day That Fades (Inpetto Remix)
4. Andy Diguid ft Leah – Wasted
5. Sonic Division – Bulky Hero
6. Momento – Dreamcatcher
7. Marc Marberg ft Kyau & Albert – Neo Love
8. Ridgewalkers ft El – Find (Andy Moor Remix)
9. DJ Preach – Elektra
10. El Cortez – Desert Rose
11. Majai – Phoria (DJ Shah Remix)
12. Myon – Albion (Sunny Lax Remix)
13. Dan Stone – 7 Hours (Mark Pledger Remix)
14. David Newsum – From Dubai With Love
15. Haris C vs Digitalis – Back on Track (Haris C’s Banging Mix)
16. Hensha – The Curtain
17. Robert Nickson ft Elsa Hill – Never Again (Nitrous Oxide Remix)
18. John Ocallghan ft Audrey Gallagher – Big Sky (Agnelli & Nelson Remix)
19. Randy Boyer & Eric Tadla – Alive (Heatbeat Remix)
20. Supermode – Tell Me Why (Heatbeat Remix)

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COMMUNITY: Goodbye Dance Clubs, Hello Lexington Project

If you’re familiar with the Los Angeles dance music community, you’ve definitely heard of Circus and Arena Nightclub. Sad to see one of the best trance clubs in LA planned to go!

Goodbye Dance Clubs, Hello Lexington Project
Tuesday, July 22, 2008, by Dakota


Listed on city’s planning department web site as going through its Environmental Impact Report phase, there will be “approximately 22,200 square feet of community-serving retail and restaurant space” in addition to the condos.

More: “The residential uses would be located within six buildings ranging from five to six stories in height and would include open space and recreational amenities.”

“The community-serving retail and restaurant uses would be located on the ground level along the Santa Monica Boulevard frontage. Additionally, a three level parking facility, providing approximately 1,612 spaces within two subterranean levels and one ground level, would be located below the residential uses. To accommodate the proposed project, existing structures on the site would be removed.”
· LA City Planning-The Lexington [LA Cityplanning.org]

View the full article here.

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PLAYLIST: Arthur Galestian Live DJ Set – 07.24.08

Thanks for listening!

Arthur Galestian – Live DJ Set
Division of Hardcore Samples, KUCI 88.9FM
07/24/08

01. Dave Darell – Children (Club Mix) – Tiger Records
02. Bart Claessen – When Morning Comes (Bart Claessen Rework) – Yakuza
03. Armin Van Buuren (ft. Audrey Gallagher) – Hold On To Me (Extended Mix) – Armada Music
04. Cerf, Mitiska, & Jaren – Light the Skies (Retrobyte Light The Sidechain Mix) – Armada
05. The Truth (ft. Tiff Lacey) – Headstrong (David West Mix) – Sola Records
06. Tommy Trash (ft. Patsy Galore) – Lover Lover (Dabruck & Klein Remix) – Hussle Recordings
07. Schossow & Sagstad – Crepuscolo (Original Mix) – Oxygen Recordings
08. Sander Van Doorn – Riff (Original Mix) – Ultra
09. Faithless – Insomnia (Tommy Trash Private Bootlet) – Unreleased
10. Marcel Woods – Lemon Tree (Original Mix) – High Contrast Recordings
11. Ronald Van Gelderen – Realize (Original Mix) – High Contrast Recordings
12. Alex Bartlett – Amnesia (Martin Roth Remix) – Drizzly Records
13. Off Key – Showdown (Ali Wilson & Scott Attrill Remix) – Flashover Recordings
14. JOOP – The Future (Original Mix) – High Contrast Recordings
15. Jamaster A – Bells of Tiananmen (Airbase Remix) – Liquid Recordings
16. Heatbeat (ft. Agustin Servente) – Sense & Sensibility (Original Mix) – Istmo Music
17. Hiver & Hammer – Fusion 2006 (Sonicvibe Mix) – Somatic Sense Recordings

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COMMUNITY: Montreal’s World Renowned Stereo Nightclub

Direct updates from Stereo’s management:

For Immediate Release

July 22nd, 2008

Hello to Stereo fans worldwide,

Montreal’s world renowned Stereo Nightclub was the victim of a fire on Thursday, July 3rd shortly after midnight. Luckily no one was hurt. While smoke and soot damage was considerable, the club is far from being a total loss. Only the club’s infrastructure was affected and our famous sound system was mostly unharmed. The largest repair workload will be related to the reconstruction of the walls, floors and ceilings.

At Stereo, the unparalleled support we have received over the years from its patrons, staff, or artists has always been stellar, but in these tough times it has never shined more. Without at doubt, our fans are really the heart and soul of Stereo and will unquestionably ensure its continued success. Without you, the club wouldn’t exist. This is why we would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your outpouring of support during this period of mourning and rebirth. We have received heartfelt messages from around the globe from music lovers worldwide vowing to join together to rebuild a home perceived as a Temple dedicated to Diversity, Harmony, Music, Peace & Love.

Stereo is working hard to reopen its doors as quickly as possible. We will have to wait for the investigation into the criminal fire to be concluded in order to begin work after the Construction holiday ending August 4th.

Meanwhile, the adjacent Stereobar is still open and has served as a satellite venue for all our residents and guest DJs. This past July 12th, Victor Calderone accompanied by Danny Torrence amazed the crowd in one of the most intimate rooms in the city boasting an incredible sound! Our terrace on Ste-Catherine has been open for a few weeks every Thursday and Fridays from 5pm to midnight, as well as Saturdays and Sundays from Noon to Midnight. This is an ideal space to spend some time outside with friends and get the latest news on the re-construction. Rest assured we are working to get Stereo open as quickly as possible for you. Despite the terrible act that has occurred, we will be rewarded with a brand new club just before we start our 10 year celebrations in November.

We’d like to take this time to thank all of our loyal fans. Have a wonderful summer!

Sincerely yours,

The Stereo management

About Stereo

Stereo nightclub is an afterhours club in Montreal, Canada which primarily features house music. It opened its doors in 1998 and was voted #5 of the top 10 nightclubs in the world by Muzik magazine (October 1999). It was the only North American club on the list. In 2008, Stereo was voted as one of the top 20 nightclub in the world in DJMag’s Top 100 Clubs Poll for the past 2 years. Most of the world’s leading DJs have played at Stereo, but the club itself boasts an impressive roster of residents as well. The doors regularly open at 2 AM and usually close around 10 AM but can sometimes be open as late as 3 PM the next day. The afterhours section of the club is always open on Fridays, Saturdays, & Sundays. The club is located on 858 Ste-Catherine East street.

It is co-owned by house DJ & Producer David Morales and Scott Lancaster. Major international DJs such as Danny Tenaglia, Satoshi Tomiie, Sander Kleinenberg, John Digweed, Roger Sanchez, Armin van Buuren, Mark Farina, Victor Calderone, Carl Cox, Desyn Masiello, Benny Benassi, DJ Vibe, Frankie Knuckles and Erick Morillo have all played at the nightclub to name but a few.

History

The nightclub was originally established in 1998 to become the pulse of club music in Canada. The complex, which operates mostly as an afterhours establishment, also includes a separate bar area and hosts live music acts, with a total capacity of up to 1,100 people. The room itself is purposely built and engineered for dancing. Stereo’s inner walls were strategically placed three feet away from the outer ones (custom-designed as a “box in a box”) for studio-level acoustic perfection. The dancefloor itself actually floats on strategically-placed shock absorbers, helping prevent sore legs from an all-night dancing session, thus maximizing the enjoyment of the clubbing experience.

The original sound system was created and installed by club legend Angel Moraes. It has now been significantly upgraded by David Morales with help from our friends at Integral Sound. The current configuration has changed to a digital concept yet still includes a vintage UREI mixer and retains a clean and clear sound.

“No great décor, no big VIP area, not even amazing lights,” lends Hernan Cattaneo. “But the biggest and best sound you can humanly imagine.”

“Stereo in Montreal is every DJ’s wet dream!” laughs Sander Kleinenberg, clearly an admirer. “The soundsystem is unique and the vibe during the infamous after-hours is legendary. There is simply no place like it anywhere in the world and some of my best DJ memories so far lay in that amazing DJ booth.”

www.stereo-nightclub.com

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PLAYLIST: Robert Holland (Los Angeles) Guest Mix – 07.17.08

And the playlist for this week’s show! Thanks to Robert Holland for the great tunes.
Bio:
Combining passion and a creative vision through his productions, remixes, and DJ sets, Robert Holland is an exciting force in the world of dance music. DJing with CD’s, effect units, and computers and software allows Robert to shape and manipulate tracks in a freshly unique way during every performance. His original sets and dynamic presence always lead to an exciting show. Specializing in progressive dance music, Robert is always hard at work in the studio on new productions. He is also the resident DJ for GLOBAL DANCE MISSION (www.GlobalDanceMission.com) available on iTunes. You can catch him live at clubs such as Circus, RED, Spundae, and Funxion to name a few. In 2008 and beyond, Robert will release more original productions, new remixes, and continue to entertain dance floors with his DJ sets. Check out myspace.com/roberthollandmusic for more information. Robert will be releasing an EP with some of his progressive-electro-trance productions later this year. It will feature high energy tracks, vocals by Erin Lewis, and more special guests TBA.
Track listing for Utopia – Hour 1
1. utopia (intro) – robert holland
2. love is blind “gone” – dean coleman (original mix)
3. leave me lonely – seth vogt (bsod remix)
4. love the world – karoshi bros (magik johnson remix)
5. happy therapy – demon (club mix)
6. i feel it – samio (dean coleman 2008 dub mix)
7. make you be – jeff greymann (original mix)
8. manicure – jean polo (original mix)
9. electric – houseworx & sebastian s. (original mix)
10. we gonna show – max creative & dj cross (original mix)
11. chant 9 – frank lamboy (electro remix)
12. the ice breaker – tonika provocation (tonika secret mix)
13. utopia – benny maze (original mix)
Track listing for Summer Mix – Hour 2
1. set me free – orelse (zambino electro mix)
2. crash and burn – nadia ali (dean coleman smash vocal remix)
3. aurum beats – sergey romashkin (arcada remix)
4. haute couture – paris (la mode in da mix)
5. the amplified – jeff greymann (original Mix)
6. lucky fish – sergej fresh feat. koshka (jeff t remix)
7 hollywood – robert holland feat. erin lewis (original mix)
8. take me away 2006 – 4 strings (purple haze remix)
9. reasons to forgive – tenishia feat. kirsty hawkshaw (the blizzard remix)
10. good for me – above & beyond feat. zoë johnston (club mix)
11. falling – first states feat. anita kelsey (stranded on ibiza mix)
12. cover me – jacob todd, jillian kiggins (the beaumont’s cat mix)
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