Escape From Wonderland 2013 Performer List Announced – October 26, 2013

Insomniac has just announced the artist lineup for this year’s Escape from Wonderland! The event takes place on Saturday, October 26, 2013.

The artists I’d personally recommend checking out are in bold!

Escape From Wonderland 2013 Performer List Announced

Escape from Wonderland 2013 Artist Lineup:

  • AC Slater
  • Arboles Pintados
  • Baggi Begovic
  • Bassjackers
  • Bassrush
  • Brillz
  • Carnage
  • Caspa
  • Cedric Gervais
  • Danny Avila
  • DAVI
  • Delta Heavy
  • Deniz Koyu
  • Discovery Project
  • Dubfire
  • Eats Everything
  • Emma Hewitt
  • Gaiser Live
  • Guy Gerber
  • Hardwell
  • I See Monstas
  • Isaac
  • John Digweed
  • Madeon
  • Manufactured Superstars
  • Mat Zo
  • Noisia
  • Ookay B2B Kenneth Jones
  • Optiv
  • Pendulum DJ Set
  • Prolix
  • Rebecca & Fiona
  • Richie Hawin presents Enter
  • Steve Angello
  • The Orb
  • Trent Cantrelle
  • Umek
  • W&W

Event Features:
Camping, Haunted Art Cars, 3D Twisted Mazes, The Slaughter House, Ghouls Graveyard, Chopping Black, Cannibals Tea Party

Event Location:
San Manuel Amphitheater & Grounds
2575 Glen Helen Parkway. San Bernardino, CA 92407

Escape from Wonderland 2013 Official Trailer:

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FREE DOWNLOAD: Arthur Galestian – Live at Nautilus NYE 2013. San Francisco, CA – Dec 31, 2012

FREE DOWNLOAD: Arthur Galestian - Live at Nautilus NYE 2013. San Francisco, CA - Dec 31, 2012

FREE DOWNLOAD: Arthur Galestian - Live at Nautilus NYE 2013. San Francisco, CA - Dec 31, 2012

You heard the first hour on this month’s radio show. Now, as promised on the show…

Download the FULL 1.5-hour set from Nautilus NYE 2013, recorded live in San Francisco on New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2012.

This is by far one of my most favorite sets in ALL of 2012! Packed full of energy – including a recording of the crowd the entire way through.

Click here (Right-Click, Save File As…) to download the live set now in MP3 format at full 320khz quality!

Arthur Galestian – Live at Nautilus NYE 2013 – San Francisco, CA – Dec 31, 2012

TRACKLISTING:

  1. Fuel – Do 4 Love (Evol Waves Remix) [Doorn Records (Spinnin)]
  2. Save The Robot – Party People (Original Mix) [Funk Farm]
  3. JS16 – Rosegarden 2.0 (Original Mix) [Big & Dirty (Be Yourself Music)]
  4. Tomcraft – Loneliness 2K13 (Jaxxon Remix) [Kosmo Records]
  5. Gareth Emery – The Saga (Original Mix) [Garuda]
  6. Emma Hewitt – Rewind (Mikkas Remix) [Armada Music]
  7. DANK (USA) – Punish The Wanker (Original Mix) [Funky Element Records]
  8. Denzal Park – Scorpio (Original Mix) [Cr2 Records]
  9. Planet Perfecto – Bullet In The Gun (Eddie Halliwell Remix) [Perfecto Records]
  10. Judge Jules & Corderoy – Give Me A Reason (Original Mix) [VANDIT]
  11. The Aston Shuffle – Sunrise (Won’t Get Lost) (Tommy Trash Version) [Axtone Records]
  12. Heatbeat – Rocker Monster (Original Mix) [Captivating Sounds]
  13. Hard Rock Sofa, Matisse & Sadko & Swanky Tunes – Chemistry (Turn the Flame Higher) (Original Mix) [Showland]
  14. Pryda – Allein (DJ Mog Unreleased Remix) [CDR]
  15. Freemasons (ft. Bailey Tzuke) – Uninvited (Wawa Remix) [Ultra]
  16. Fedde Le Grand vs Gabriel & Dresden – Dust in the Control Room (Gabriel & Dresden Mashup) [CDR]
  17. Nicky Romero & ZROQ – WTF (Original Mix) [Protocol Recordings]
  18. Tiësto – Lethal Industry (Sterbinszky & Coddie Remixes) [Magik Muzik]
  19. Lucky Date – Six 16 (Original Mix) [Bazooka Records]
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DGN 007 – Hour 1: Arthur Galestian Live at Nautilus NYE 2013. San Francisco, CA (Jan 2013)

Dance: Global Nation - Episode 007 - Hour 1: Arthur Galestian Live at Nautilus NYE 2013 - San Francisco, CA By far one of my most favorite sets from all of 2012, this set was recorded live at Nautilus NYE 2013 on New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2012. Relive the experience beat by beat on this special edition of the show.

Tracklisting: Arthur Galestian – Live at Nautilus NYE 2013 – San Francisco, CA – Dec 31, 2012

  1. Fuel – Do 4 Love (Evol Waves Remix) [Doorn Records (Spinnin)]
  2. Save The Robot – Party People (Original Mix) [Funk Farm]
  3. JS16 – Rosegarden 2.0 (Original Mix) [Big & Dirty (Be Yourself Music)]
  4. Tomcraft – Loneliness 2K13 (Jaxxon Remix) [Kosmo Records]
  5. Gareth Emery – The Saga (Original Mix) [Garuda]
  6. Emma Hewitt – Rewind (Mikkas Remix) [Armada Music]
  7. DANK (USA) – Punish The Wanker (Original Mix) [Funky Element Records]
  8. Denzal Park – Scorpio (Original Mix) [Cr2 Records]
  9. Planet Perfecto – Bullet In The Gun (Eddie Halliwell Remix) [Perfecto Records]
  10. Judge Jules & Corderoy – Give Me A Reason (Original Mix) [VANDIT]
  11. The Aston Shuffle – Sunrise (Won’t Get Lost) (Tommy Trash Version) [Axtone Records]
  12. Heatbeat – Rocker Monster (Original Mix) [Captivating Sounds]
  13. Hard Rock Sofa, Matisse & Sadko & Swanky Tunes – Chemistry (Turn the Flame Higher) (Original Mix) [Showland]

    —Remainder of set not available on the podcast.—
    Click here to download the full 1.5-hour mix!—

  14. Pryda – Allein (DJ Mog Unreleased Remix) [CDR]
  15. Freemasons (ft. Bailey Tzuke) – Uninvited (Wawa Remix) [Ultra]
  16. Fedde Le Grand vs Gabriel & Dresden – Dust in the Control Room (Gabriel & Dresden Mashup) [CDR]
  17. Nicky Romero & ZROQ – WTF (Original Mix) [Protocol Recordings]
  18. Tiësto – Lethal Industry (Sterbinszky & Coddie Remixes) [Magik Muzik]
  19. Lucky Date – Six 16 (Original Mix) [Bazooka Records]
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Dance: Global Nation Radio Show & Podcast – October 2012 w/ Emma Hewitt

Dance: Global Nation Radio Show & Podcast - October 2012 (Arthur Galestian + Emma Hewitt)

Part 1: An extended hour-and-a-half replay of one of my favorite live sets recorded at one of my shows.

Part 2: Very special guest, the voice of today’s biggest trance tunes, Australian vocalist/songwriter Emma Hewitt!

Click here to check out the podcast page now!

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DGN 005 – Hour 1: Arthur Galestian Mix (Oct 2012)

DGN 005 – Hour 1: Arthur Galestian Mix (Oct 2012)

Featured in this episode of the show is one of my own favorite live sets of all time: a recording of my show at Circus in Hollywood on November 26, 2011. Rarely will I feature a mix that’s longer than 60 minutes, so tune in for an extended hour-and-a-half ride through some of the most engaging trance tunes that will always be close to my heart. This is one of my absolute favorites!

Tracklisting:

01. Orkidea – Unity (Arthur Galestian Big Room Edit)
02. Les Hemstock & Minoo – Redemption (Robert Vadney Remix)
03. Mory Kante vs MDLM vs Sander van Doorn vs Loverush UK! – Yeke Yeke 2011 (Arthur Galestian ‘Tribal Circle’ Mash-Up)
04. Public Domain (ft. Lucia Holm) – I Feel Love (Bart Claessen vs Arthur Galestian Back-To-Vinyl 2011 Edit)
05. Nenes & Pascal Feliz – Platinum (Ben Gold Remix)
06. Heatbeat – Ask The Angels (Original Mix)
07. Ummet Ozcan – Reboot (Original Mix)
08. Jan Johnston meets Tenishia – Flesh (Glenn Morrison Remix)
09. Bjorn Akesson – Painting Pyramids (Nhato Remix)
10. Hans Zimmer – Time (Orkidea’s ‘Awake’ Mix)
11. Bryan Kearney & Snatam Kaur – Ong Namo (Original Mix)
12. A.w.e.r.S. – Don’t Miss A Moment (Arthur Galestian ReBirth)
13. Lisa Lashes – High Vision (Artento Divini Remix)
14. Massive Attack – Teardrop (Bart Claessen & Tom Fall Bootleg)
15. Hemstock & Jennings – Mirage of Hope (Robert Vadney’s Phantasm Remix)
16. Paul Ercossa – Adrenaline (Arthur Galestian’s “Egoic Trance State” Treatment)

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DGN 005 – Hour 2: Emma Hewitt Guest Mix + Exclusive Interview (Oct 2012)

DGN 005 – Hour 2: Emma Hewitt Guest Mix + Exclusive Interview (Oct 2012)

The angelic voice featured in some of today’s biggest trance tunes, Australian vocalist/songwriter Emma Hewitt stopped by the studio for an exclusive interview for the show! Check out the interview plus an exclusive, non-stop radio mix of some of the most captivating remix tracks off of her latest album “Burn The Sky Down“.

Tracklisting – 30 Minute Exclusive Power-Mix:

  1. Emma Hewitt – Colours (Armin van Buuren Remix)
  2. Emma Hewitt – Miss You Paradise (Shogun Remix)
  3. Emma Hewitt – These Days Are Ours (Antillas & Dankann Remix)
  4. Emma Hewitt – Foolish Boy (Ivan Gough & Luke Chable Remix)
  5. Emma Hewitt – Crucify (Marlo Remix)
  6. Emma Hewitt – This Picture (Marlo Remix)
  7. Emma Hewitt – Rewind (Dabruck & Klein Remix)

About Emma Hewitt:

Few voices are as instantly recognizable as that of Australian born songstress, Emma Hewitt.

Hewitt’s haunting melodies, yearning lyrics and distinctive style have earned her a legion of passionate fans around the world as she continues to write and release music with some of the world’s most respected names in electronic dance music.

The journey began back in the Australian town of Geelong, Victoria where Emma would perform acoustically around the region through her teenage years. “Music was a form of escape for me and not something I ever consciously set out to follow as a career path. I was always inspired to ask questions; of myself as well as others and I guess over time those questions just sort of grew wings and turned into songs”.

Those songs led to an early record deal with Sony Music for her project ‘Missing Hours’. The relationship was brief, but provided Emma with an invaluable insight into the music industry setting the stage for things to come. “I was never very comfortable that first time around – I felt as though I was trying to figure out what I wanted to say and who I wanted to be with a lot of different people watching on through a microscope. The over analyzing didn’t make sense to me as I just wanted to write songs that might mean something to people – and all of a sudden these things I’d never really considered like marketing strategies and budgets became more important to the people around me. I was out walking with my brother one day and I had this epiphany and just said, ‘screw it’ – I want to burn this all down and dream it back to life the way I had imagined it. I wanted to give the songs the respect I felt they deserved”.

And dream it back to life she did. Emma’s very first EDM collaboration with UK heavyweight Chris Lake yielded the worldwide smash ‘Carry Me Away’ knocking Britney Spears out of the #1 position on the U.S Billboard Chart (Hot Dance Airplay) going on to spend over 50 weeks in the Top 100.

From there, Emma teamed up with German icons Cosmic Gate for the classic anthem ‘Not Enough Time’ and Dutch superstar DJ Dash Berlin for the mega hit, ‘Waiting’. ‘Waiting’ firmly cemented Emma Hewitt’s reputation as a serious international talent earning Hewitt many accolades including a #1 on the Global Trance Charts, #2 on the illustrious A State Of Trance Annual Countdown and an International Dance Music Award (Best Euro/HiNRG Track) at the 2010 Winter Music Conference in Miami.

A string of #1 Beatport releases followed throughout a particularly fertile period in 2010 and with a wealth on new material, a new record label in Armada Music and a desire to push the creative envelope, Hewitt undertook the extraordinary measure of producing her debut artist release as a double album project. “My only real goal with the album was to be faithful to the songs regardless of style or genre – I guess with the double sided concept, I just wanted to give as much music as I could back to whoever wanted or needed to hear it. I also wanted this album to show some of the different sides to my personality”.

Produced by Lee Groves (Goldfrapp, Marilyn Manson, Depeche Mode), ‘Burn The Sky Down’ was an instant favorite with fans around the world debuting in the Top 10 on the ITunes dance charts in seven different countries fusing electronic beats with ambient soundscapes, and live instrumentation with Hewitt’s inimitable vocal style at the fore.  On the flip side the remix album features some of the world’s most respected remix artists including Armin van Buuren, Grammy nominated Morgan Page and Cosmic Gate amongst many others.

An extensive touring schedule throughout 2012 has included sold out solo performances right across the globe in over 25 countries as well as appearances on the major EDM festival circuit around the world where Hewitt is often known to leave the stage, microphone in hand, to join the revelers in the arena below.

“The energy and generosity of spirit of the people I meet everywhere I perform is what inspires me to make music and through the music, we share a bond even if we may never have met. As long as there is a single person who may find something they are looking for or a feeling they need in my music, I will continue to write for that person”.

A world away from the humble beginnings of her coastal hometown in Australia, Hewitt’s enthusiasm and relationship with her audience is something to behold and as she takes the stage, one line echoes out perfect summing up the Emma Hewitt journey so far;

“The beauty of the ride…”

Emma’s Social Networks:

Emma Hewitt’s “Burn The Sky Down” Album

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