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Examples of "blasterjaxx"
In 2010, Thom Jongkind, known professionally as Scalix, formed a duo, Blasterjaxx with producer, Leon Vielvoije, who left soon after joining. Jongkind then continued under the Blasterjaxx name collaborated with Idir Makhlaf, known professionally as Macosta. Makhlaf eventually officially joined Jongkind under the name Blasterjaxx.
Woolsey co-wrote and was featured on two Blasterjaxx singles, “You Found Me” released by Spinnin’ Records and “Forever” released by Dim Mak.
These young disc jockeys are already played & supported by David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Don Diablo, Afrojack, Chuckie, Blasterjaxx, Firebeatz, Borgore, Morgan Page, Bingo Players, and many other notable artists from the Electronic dance music scene.
Blasterjaxx is an electronic music duo, consisting of Thom Jongkind (*1990) and Idir Makhlaf (*1992), two Dutch DJs and producers. Their genre corresponds big room house, electro house and Dutch House.
Blasterjaxx's single "Faith" was a big charting hit in the Netherlands in 2013 and in Sweden in 2014. They subsequently released a collaboration with Hardwell who remixed the track "Fifteen." Blasterjaxx first entered "DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs poll at 71 in 2013. 2014 saw the duo reach #13, to which they have held their own placing #19 in 2015. In June 2015 saw Blasterjaxx partner with Electronic Music lifestyle brand Electric Family, to produce a collaboration bracelet for which 100% of the proceeds are donated to the 20x20x20 Foundation.
Her second single named "Vanished" came out on Oxygen/Spinnin' Records in July 2015, received support from some of EDM's biggest producers such as Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Tiësto, Nicky Romero, W&W, R3hab, Blasterjaxx, Vinai, MAKJ, Sander van Doorn, Quintino.
Protocol Recordings is a Dutch record label founded on May 8, 2012 by electronic music producer and DJ Nicky Romero. They have released music by notable underground electronic artists such as Blasterjaxx, Don Diablo, R3hab, Vicetone and Volt & State. The label's first release was "WTF!?" by Nicky Romero and ZROQ.
In 2012, the "Reborn EP" was released with D-Rashid that contained two tracks: "Reborn" and "Where We Go." Dutch EDM producer and DJ, Laidback Luke, signed the tracks to his own label Mixmash Records. In early 2013, the group produced "Loud & Proud" together with Billy The Kit, with DJ Tiësto subsequently signing the track to his personal record label, Musical Freedom. Blasterjaxx remixed the Tiësto hits "Adagio for Strings" and "Love Comes Again" as well as collaborating with him on a remix of "United", the official anthem of Ultra Music Festival. Blasterjaxx has additional collaboration credits with EDM acts as Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, David Guetta, Hardwell, Afrojack, Nicky Romero, Quintino Ibranovski and others.
In 2015 D-Block & S-te-Fan had released three singles with their house productions dubbed DBSTF. Blasterjaxx had collaborated with them to release a track called Beautiful World on January 5, 2015 with vocals from British Vocalist Ryder on Hardwell's Label Revealed Recordings. They released another Track on Doorn Records called Do Your Thing on April 6, 2015. They released a new track under Mainstage Music with Hilversum Progressive House Duo Sick Individuals titled Waiting for you on August 3, 2015
In 2014, Summer Sound Festival was hosted at the same place. It was a three-day festival. Line up: Avicii, Axwell, Aly & Fila, Arty, Alpha, Benny Benassi, Ben Gold, Blasterjaxx, Cosmic Gate, Danny Tenaglia, Dash Berlin, DVBBS, Eric Prydz, Geck-O, Hard Rock Sofa, Laidback Luke, Marco V, Markus Schulz, Noisecontrollers, Paul Van Dyk, Paul Oakenfold, Pegboard Nerds, Sandro Silva, Sander van Doorn, Steve Angello, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Tiësto, Wildstylez, Alex Kunnari, Dosse, Efo, HeavyWeight, JS16, Jeremy Folderol, Joonas Hahmo, K-System, Maison & Dragen, Orion, Orkidea, Rico Tubbs, Super8 & Tab, Tom Fall and You Are Me. Eric Prydz and Steve Angello had to cancel their show due to unknown reasons.
In 2014, Ultra Korea once again returned to the Olympic Stadium in Seoul, Korea during 13–14 June, for its third edition. Two new stages were added to Ultra Korea 2014—the Mega Outdoor Stage and the Underground Stage, which replaced the Carl Cox & Friends Arena. Ultra Korea's third edition featured the likes of Above & Beyond, Steve Aoki, Laidback Luke, Nervo, Sick Individuals, Empire of the Sun, the Bloody Beetroots (live), Heatbeat, Morgan Page, Steve Angello, Paul van Dyk, W&W, Blasterjaxx, Infected Mushroom, M.I.A., Far East Movement, Nic Fanciulli, Sasha, and many more.
The debut of Ultra South Africa consisted of three stages in both Johannesburg and Cape Town—the Main Stage, Stage 2, and Stage 3. In Cape Town, South Africa the festival took place on 14 February 2014 and in Johannesburg, the festival took place on 15 February 2014. Confirmed artists for the inaugural edition of Ultra South Africa included Tiesto, Afrojack, Alesso, Nicky Romero, Krewella, W&W, Martin Garrix, Blasterjaxx, Claude Vonstroke, Goldfish, Black Coffee, and many more. The festival welcomed 15,000 people in attendance to Cape Town and an additional 25,000 people to the Johannesburg location.
"Feel the Love"/"Merry-Go-Round" was released in six different formats on December 25, 2013 by Avex Trax, Avex Taiwan, and Avex Entertainment Inc. worldwide, and served as the lead single and double A-side release from her album "Colours". The CD release featured the two original recordings and the original instrumental versions, plus a remix for "Feel the Love" by DJ Hello Kitty and Blasterjaxx. The CD and DVD format featured the same track listing, but also included the video clips to "Feel the Love" and "Merry-Go-Round". A limited edition CD and DVD format was distributed through Hamasaki's fan club website TeamAyu, which included the same track listing on both discs but featured a bonus interview by Hamasaki on the latter DVD disc. The digital EP included the same track listing. The DJ Hello Kitty and Blasterjaxx remixes were distributed separated worldwide on iTunes Store the same day, but included the dub and instrumental mixes. To promote the singles' same release date on Christmas Day and for Hamasaki's Countdown Concert tour for New Years Day for 2014, Avex Trax distributed three music cards featuring the same content; the first was a promotional shot from the single's photoshoot, whilst the latter two celebrated Christmas and New Years with her signature AyuPan character design. The cover artwork for the single releases were photographed by Gori Kumamoto, and featured Hamasaki in a beige-colored dress.
In 2011, he signed another record deal with the German Record Label "Kontor Records", where artists like Blasterjaxx, DVBBS and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike are under contract as well. Through this, his publications reached a higher reach and far more support all over the world. In March 2011 Hardwell started to present his own podcast "Hardwell On Air". This is a one-hour selection of songs by different artists. The podcast has developed into an internet success and is now broadcast by numerous renowned radio stations like Slam! In the Netherlands as well as Sirius XM in the USA worldwide and shows hundreds of thousands listeners.
The second edition of Ultra Europe featured three stages at the Poljud Stadium in Split, Croatia including the Main Stage, the Ultra Worldwide Arena, and the UMF Radio Stage. The 2014 festival featured the likes of The Chainsmokers, Martin Garrix, Hardwell, Kill The Noise, Erick Morillo, Alesso, Deorro, twoloud, Vicetone, Knife Party, Above & Beyond, Cosmic Gate, Marlo, Ørjan Nilsen, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Nicky Romero, Paul Kalkbrenner, Pretty Lights, Danilo Orsini, Fedde Le Grand, Jewelz and Sparks, Mayavanya, Steve Aoki, Disclosure, Hot Since 82, Kryoman, Armin van Buuren, David Guetta, Sebastian Ingrosso, Laidback Luke, DJ Snake, Carl Cox, Blasterjaxx, Marco Carola, Nic Fanciulli, Andrew Rayel, Jochen Miller, Barks, RiotGear, Tiesto, Afrojack, Paul van Dyk, W&W, Aly & Fila, and many more.
On September 28, 2015, Jewelz & Sparks released "Mental" through Le Grand's label Darklight Records. Their next single "I Can Fly", was released on November 30, 2015 through Tiësto's label Musical Freedom and was Jewelz & Sparks' first Beatport Top 10 hit and the first number one in the genre charts. As co-producer they worked again with Virtual Riot. "Drip" was released in March 2016 on Blasterjaxx' label Maxximize Records. In an interview, they announced that they intend to collaborate more in the future. Their next single, "Hoe", a collaboration with D.O.D, was released on April 18, 2016. While it was considered at first of which, that the "Hoe" refers to the English word for "whore", it soon became clear that it is the involvement of the fans with the exclamations "Hey, hoe" during a performance.
On July 31, 2012, the track "Spaceman", which became one of his greatest successes, and sold over half a million times in the US, was released. It was called one of the biggest club hits in 2012 and got played on a high number of festivals. Also it gets titled as the mother of Big room house. A vocal version with Mitch Crown brought him another placement in his homeland. In the following years, several remixes of the song were published, as well as a mash-up with a Hardwell-produced hardstyle remix of Blasterjaxx and W&W’s "Rocket", which he used for numerous sets as an outro song. The Mash-Up received very positive criticism and was viewed several hundred thousand times on the internet.
He went on releasing ‘Still the same man’ – a collaboration with Nicky Romero on Toolroom Records that spent several weeks flying high in the Beatport top 10. On top of this success was his remake of Tiësto’s track entitled ‘Flight 643’, which spent many weeks courting both the Beatport top 10 and the Progressive House top 100. Although many people think the original shouldn’t be touched, Christian wanted to break the mould and instead of having hoards of mad Tiesto fans giving him grief, he ended up getting the 2001 rework released on Tiësto’s own Musical Freedom imprint. The track also got radio airplay and was supported by some of the biggest names in the industry including Hardwell, Markus Schulz, Above & Beyond, W&W, David Guetta, Afrojack, Nicky Romero, Ferry Corsten, Gareth Emery and Blasterjaxx so was a resounding success. As a follow up he released ‘Gunshot’ on W&W’s imprint Mainstage Music, which have also reached the Beatport top100 and a collaboration with Shermanology released by Afrojack’s Wall Recordings, ‘Pinball’ that reached the electro-house top 20. Beside these, John Christian made the successful theme of 2014 for the Dutch festival Dreamfields called ‘Never Sleep’. During the spring of 2014 John Christian released ‘Next Level’, one of the most played tracks of the year at every big festival and club, rocking the main charts and Beatport Top10 for several weeks. This is the more known track -so far- from this producer.
"Feel the Love"/"Merry-Go-Round" was released in six different formats on December 25, 2013 by Avex Trax, Avex Taiwan, and Avex Entertainment Inc. worldwide, and served as the lead single and double A-side release from her album "Colours". The CD release featured the two original recordings and the original instrumental versions, plus a remix for "Feel the Love" by DJ Hello Kitty and Blasterjaxx. The CD and DVD format incorporated the same track list, but also included the video clips to "Feel the Love" and "Merry-Go-Round". A limited edition CD and DVD format was distributed through Hamasaki's fan club website TeamAyu, and included the same track list on both discs alongside a bonus interview with Hamasaki on the latter DVD disc. The digital EP incorporates the same tracks. To promote the single's release date on Christmas Day and during Hamasaki's Countdown live tour for New Years Day in 2014, Avex Trax distributed three music cards featuring the same content; the first was a promotional shot from the single's photoshoot, whilst the latter two celebrated Christmas and New Years with her signature AyuPan character design.