Here’s a new slapping dance mix from Big Syphe, A hard working DJ from Los Angeles, who can be heard on Power 106 every afternoon alongside his partner in crime, D-Lux. This one is the SLAP!
1. Deadmau5 – Hi Friend
2. Wolfgang Gartner – Front To Back
3. DJ Rockid – Girls (Original Mix)
5. Eric Prydz – Call On Me (Angello and Ingrosso Remix)
6. Mylo – Drop The Pressure
7. Deadmau5 – Ghosts N Stuff
8. N.A.S.A. – Music (LA Riots Remix)
9. Justice – Phantom Pt. 2 (Soulwax Remix)
10. Kid Cudi – Day N Nite (Crookers Remix)
11. DJ Bam Bam & Mixin Marc feat. Alex Peace – The New Hip House
12. Michael Jackson – Bad (Mowgli Remix)
13. Yo Majesty – Club Action
14. DJ Class – I’m The Shit
15. Enur – Calabria
16. Robbie Rivera – Move Move
17. Robbie Rivera – Shake It
19. Dangerous (Mash Up) / Nicola Fasano & Pat Rich – 75, Brasil St.
20. Treasure Fingers – Cross The Dance Floor (Laidback Luke Remix)
22. LMFAO – I’m In Miami Bitch
23. MGMT – Kids
24. Eric Prydz – Pjanoo
25. The Ting Tings – Great DJ (Calvin Harris Remix)
26. JakZ – Got The Power
27. Mstrkrft – Bounce
29. LMFAO – I Am Not A Whore
31. Wolfgang Gartner – Clap
37. Kanye West – Heartless (DJ Kue Remix)
38. Kaskade & Deadmau5 – Move For Me
Filed under: banger, club, deekline, dj, dj wool, ed solo, eli escobar, kid sister, nadastrom, pase rock, remix, stretch armstrong, tittsworth
Tittsworth is popping off with a club banger – ‘WTF’ featuring Kid Sister and Pase Rock. Lot’s of different versions, five in all, so there should be something for everyone. Remixes by Eli Escobar, Deekline & Ed Solo, DJ Wool and Stretch Armstrong’s edit of the Nadastrom remix.
Also be sure to check out Eli’s music blog. He’s always posting up quality music.
Filed under: 2080s, 80s, classic rock, classicrock, club, dj, djscene, lasvegas, mashup, mix, pop, rock, scene, seattle
DJ Scene is one of the illest club DJ’s on the planet right now, with a big background in the turntablist, mashup and indie hiphop scenes. I had the honor to kick it with him at a few SF gigs and we shared timeslots on Wild 949 in 2008. He is too fuckin’ sick live on the cuts… His 2080’s sets are an ode to his club night in Seattle. He’s back with another dose of 2080’s action. Sickness. Just look at the playlist and DL both sets on sight. Big ups Scene-ario!
2080s Part 2
01 Intro – DJ Scene scratch
02 Welcome To The Jungle/ Guns N Roses (DJ Scene scratch) (:54)
03 Round and Round/ Ratt (DJ Scene blend) (2:00)
04 Sharp Dressed Man/ ZZ Top (2:49)
05 Betty Davis Eyes/ Kim Carnes (DJ Scene blend) (3:17)
06 Dont Stop Believing/ Journey (DJ Scene blend) (3:51)
07 Just What I Needed/ Cars (Roctakon edit) (5:38)
08 Hungry Like The Wolf/ Duran Duran (6:23)
09 Jump/ Van Halen (7:22)
10 Two Tickets To Paradise/ Eddie Money (8:50)
11 Edge of Seventeen/ Stevie Nicks (Bmore edit) (9:19)
12 Easy Lover/ Phil Collins (DJ Scene blend) (9:49)
13 Every Breath You Take/ Police (DJ Scene blend) (10:32)
14 What You Need/ INXS (DJ Scene blend) (12:38)
15 Jessie’s Girl/ Rick Springfield (Discotech edit) (14:04)
16 Separate Ways/ Journey (DJ Scene scratch) (15:05)
17 Thunderstruck/ ACDC (Tittsworth remix) (16:20)
18 Panama – Van Halen (17:37)
19 You Really Got Me – Van Halen (DJ Scene scratch) (19:06)
20 Rock N Roll All Night – KISS (19:54)
21 Devil Inside/ INXS (DJ Scene scratch+blend) (20:48)
22 One Thing Leads to Another/ Fixx (22:54)
23 Take Me Home Tonight/ Eddie Money (DJ Scene scratch) (24:20)
24 Gypsy/ Fleetwood Mac (DJ Scene blend) (25:27)
25 Faithfully/ Journey (DJ Scene blend) (27:18)
26 White Wedding/ Billy Idol (28:39)
27 Dancing With Myself/ Billy Idol (Discotech remix) (30:12)
28 We’re Not Gonna Take It/ Twisted Sister (31:54)
29 What I Like About You/ The Romantics (DJ Scene blend) (32:50)
30 Cult Of Personality/ Living Color (34:47)
31 Sweet Emotion/ Aerosmith (36:09)
32 Wanna Rock/ Twisted Sister (36:37)
33 I Love Rock N Roll/ Joan Jett (36:56)
34 Back in Black/ ACDC (DJ Scene scratch) (37:44)
35 Walk This Way/ Aerosmith (38:42)
36 Mr Brownstone/ Guns N Roses (DJ Scene scratch) (39:14)
37 Dr Feelgood/ Motley Crue (Dj Scene scratch) (40:22)
38 Under Pressure/ Queen (42:21)
39 Heart and Soul/ Huey Lewis (DJ Scene scratch) (43:21)
40 Owner of A Lonely Heart/ Yes (44:25)
41 She Drives Me Crazy/ Fine Young Cannibals (DJ Scene blend)
42 Should I Stay Or Should I Go/ The Clash (DJ Scene blend) (46:47)
43 Tuff Enuff/ The Fabulous Thunderbirds (DJ Scene scratch) (47:22)
44 New Sensation/ INXS (45:50)
45 Living On A Prayer/ Bon Jovi (49:04)
46 Rock You Like A Hurricane/ Scorpions (50:15)
47 Legs/ ZZ Top (DJ Scene blend) (51:17)
48 Sweet Child Of Mine/ Guns N Roses (52:01)
49 Eye Of The Tiger/ Survivor (DJ Scene scratch) (54:36)
50 Top Gun Theme/ Eddie Van Halen (DJ Scene blend) (56:08)
51 Broken Wings/ Mr Mister (DJ Scene blend) (54:44)
52 With or WIthout You/ U2 (BONUS REMIX) (59:17)
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So I suppose that it is time for me to start posting… I stumbled across a bit of information, possibly old news, but who cares.
Just as the DJ world created embarrassing damp patches with the aforementioned Traktor evolution, two behemoths of the DJ scene have confirmed speculation that something was afoot. As sure as death and taxes, Serato have announced that they’re hanging out with Ableton – just one day after day that NI made their own huge announcement. Everybody sing along… “Ableton and Serato sitting in a tree…”
Here’s the official verbiage. It doesn’t say very much so don’t be asking how much, when or if you can upgrade from either respective Live package because nobody knows:
Live² – Serato and Ableton announce creative partnership.
Auckland, New Zealand, ( October 17, 2008 )
DJs, remixers and producers on the forefront of technology, watch out.
Serato and Ableton are happy to announce a partnership, which will pave the way for the future of Digital DJing. With shared artist rosters from hip-hop (DJ Jazzy Jeff, DJ Nu-Mark, A-Trak) to electronica (Paul Van Dyk, DJ Sasha), both Ableton Live and Serato Scratch Live are renowned as the premier performance platforms in clubs around the globe.
While Serato’s Scratch Live excels in vinyl emulation, music library control and lightning quick hands-on scratching, Ableton Live provides the tools for production, on-the-ﬂy remixing and beat creation.
“Ableton and Serato take different approaches to modern musical performance,” says Ableton CEO Gerhard Behles, “But both companies live by the philosophy that software should be straightforward, easy to use, and most importantly, reliable and stable onstage and in the studio. Ableton has never had an answer for the DJ who wants vinyl control, and rather than try to emulate what Serato do so well, we simply make sure that our products work well together.”
Serato Audio Research CEO Steve West agrees. “After years of talking together, we’re thrilled to be working with Ableton. It’s exciting to think about what we can offer to DJs and producers: the ability to go beyond just spinning records and add a personal stamp to the music they play.”
Just where this Serato and Ableton collaboration will take us has yet to be seen but one thing is clear: the worlds of DJing, remixing and production for artists worldwide have changes ahead.
While it’s generally acknowledged that SSL owns the DVS market, they’ve been left behind a tad with Traktor and its evolving Scratch product and most definitely in th ewake of yesterday’s Traktor Pro announcement. And while every MIDI controller aims to work primarily with Traktor rather than SSL, it also has the edge in other areas like effects. Now it would be easy stomp around Auckland wishing you could do all the things Traktor does, but putting that into practice isn’t so simple. So what if you hooked up with the guys who are doing all that stuff and then some and owning that end of the scene?
So from one side, we’ve got Ableton Live’s dominance in the production market and the other is Scratch Live’s dominance of the DVS market. So in the middle should be the one true DJ app to rule them all. In theory anyway. Time will tell if it’s an all new app or simply making the products work seamlessly.
More info is due from both companies in the next few days. But you can be sure that I’ll be giving chinese burns, wedgies and nipple tweaks to the Serato guys at BPM until they fess up more info.
But I’d be keeping an eye out for something at NAMM.