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Yuksek is a longtime friend of
, a French DJ who also comes from Reims. The Krays is the musical collaboration between Yuksek and French producer
. Their first EP titled "We’re Ready When You Are" was released on May 17, 2010. (Abracada).
Friday: CRi, Skylar Spence, Sango, Tommy Kruise, Hermitude, Cashmere Cat,
, GTA, RL Grime, A Tribe Called Red
Yuksek has also been involved in many other musical projects such as The Krays (with
) and Peter & The Magician (with Stephen Fasano, ex-Aeroplane).
FabricLive.60 is a 2011 DJ mix album by
. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
They met in Lille as students, and started their career with two EPs released in 2010 on Bromance Records, a label founded by
, as well as remixes for Rihanna, Underworld, Two Door Cinema Club and The Dø.
The Backroom was host to a series of international superstars, with names as big as Calvin Harris, Snoop Dogg and Justin Bieber partying there and the likes of
and Rudimental stopping by for impromptu late night sets.
Artists scheduled to perform include Annie Mac, Friendly Fires, Ladyhawke, Cage the Elephant, Little Boots,
, 65 Days of Static, The Big Pink, Marina and the Diamonds and Patrick Wolf,
On the same day, a private Soundcloud set was revealed containing the full 6-track remix EP. The remixes consisted of Culprate,
, French Fries, David Heartbreak, Flinch and Alvin Risk.
ALB has shared studios with Yuksek and has worked with Bewitched Hands, Yuksek, The Shoes,
and Monsieur Monsieur and others. Clément Daquin has been a member of The Invaders and has worked closely with Yuksek's electropop combo Klanguage. and Klanguage's self-titled album was co-produced by Clément Daquin and Pierre Alexandre Busson.
Tiga founded Turbo Recordings in Montreal in 1998. The label helped launch his own career, at the same time as being central in the success of acts such as Chromeo, Proxy and Azari & III. Other names on the label include Jesper Dahlbäck, Gingy & Bordello, Jori Hulkkonen, Duke Dumont,
, Zdar, D.I.M, Martini Bros, Stu Thousand VI, Boys Noize and Sei A.
Lineup: Fatboy Slim, Boys Noize, Laidback Luke, Rusko, Diplo, A-Trak, Steve Aoki, Skrillex, Tommy Lee & DJ Aero,
, Buraka Som Sistema, Gesaffelstein, Justin Martin, Zedd, DJ Craze, Dillon Francis, Housemister, Strip Steve, Djedjotronic, Destructo, Danny Brown, Egyptrixx, Rory Phillips, Club Cheval, Jason Bentley, Posso, Doorly, Oliver, Gina Turner, Nick Catchdubs, Arthur Baker, Contra, Mike Deuce, Blu Jemz, Lloydski
Quentin Lepoutre (born March 30, 1987), professionally known as Myd [mi:d], is a French musician, producer and sound engineer. Alongside his solo career as an house music artist on Bromance records he is a member of the band Club cheval and he produced records for artists like
or Theophilus London.
On 13 December 2011, it was announced on the band's Facebook page that "On'n'On" would be the next single, released in late January 2012. Along with the announcement, they also revealed the single artwork, created by Surface to Air and that the package would include remixes of "On'n'On" by Rick Rubin,
and Video Village and two remixes of "Canon"—another track from "Audio, Video, Disco"—by Erol Alkan and Tiga.
2011 marked the festival's expansion to three days. Only a few days after the official pre-sale of tickets kicked off, Tomorrowland was completely sold out and had over 180,000 visitors. David Guetta, Nervo, Swedish House Mafia, Avicii, Tiësto, Hardwell, Carl Cox, Paul van Dyk, Tensnake, Laidback Luke,
, Juanma Tudon, Mike Matthews, De Jeugd van Tegenwoordig, and dozens of others performed. It was voted the best festival of its kind in the world at the International Dance Music Awards in 2012.
"Black Skinhead" (also stylized as "BLKKK SKKKN HEAD") is a song by American hip hop recording artist Kanye West, from his sixth studio album "Yeezus" (2013). The song, produced by West alongside Daft Punk, Gesaffelstein,
, Mike Dean, Lupe Fiasco, No ID, Jack Donoghue and Noah Goldstein, was released as the first single from the album on June 19, 2013 and peaked at number 69 on the "Billboard" Hot 100.
Lineup: Justice (DJ set), Boys Noize, Knife Party, Major Lazer, Diplo, A-Trak, Skream & Benga, Busy P, Jack Beats, Zedd, Crookers, 12th Planet, Dillon Francis, Tommy Trash, Digitalism (DJ set), Breakbot, Gesaffelstein,
, Kill The Noise, Alvin Rush, Claude VonStroke, Justin Martin, Big Gigantic, Destructo, Oliver, Eats Everything, L-Vis 1990, Bok Bok, J. Phlip, Jackmaster, Plastician, Girl Unit, Kingdom, Gina Turner, Rory Phillips, The Knocks. Special Guest: Skrillex
The song was selected as the second single from "Happy to You". Initially, Axtone Records released Thomas Gold's remix exclusively on the online music store Beatport on 14 May 2012. A mere week later, a digital extended play (EP) was released in Europe through Columbia Records. The release features the radio edit of the original song and remixes by Gold,
and Style of Eye. The EP was released in the United States on 12 June 2012, through Universal Republic and Downtown Records.
In 2014, Spank Rock released his third EP, "The Upside," on his own Bad Blood Records and Boysnoize Records, with production contributions from Miami-based bounce producer Kid Kamillion, German electronic dance producer Boys Noize, Don Loemax and Damian Taylor. The EP premiered on December 9, 2014 following a premiere stream of the entire EP on Dazed & Confused. Lead single "Gully" was remixed by
and Switch, and has received extensive play on BBC Radio 1.
Deadmau5 - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis -Pharrell Williams - Phoenix - Hardwell - Knife Party - Eric Prydz - Rudimental - Tinie Tempah - Chase & Status - Sub Focus - Netsky - 2 Chainz - Kaskade - Dada Life - Porter Robinson - Naughty Boy - Paul van Dyk - Markus Schulz - ATB - Chuckie - Arty - R3Hab - Martin Garrix - Baauer - Monsta - Helena - Adventure Club - Carnage - Bassjackers - Deniz Koyu - Dannic - Dyro - Cut Copy - Stafford Brothers - Timmy Trumpet - Walden - Tenzin - Will Sparks - Sven Vath - Dubfire* - Maya Jane Coles* - Paul Kalkbrenner* - Gesaffelstein Live -
- Kaytranada* - Gorgon City - Guy Gerber*
Exit 2012 was held from July 8 to July 11, 2012. Acts included Guns N' Roses, Duran Duran, Erykah Badu, New Order, Plan B, Avicii, Skindred, Suicidal Tendencies, When Saints Go Machine, Wolfmother, Hatebreed, Miss Kittin, Sneaky Sound System, Thieves Like Us, Knife Party, Laurent Garnier, Gossip, Claude VonStroke, Jacques Lu Cont, Hercules and Love Affair, Netsky & Dynamite MC, Nikonn, The Toy Dolls, Luciano, Buraka Som Sistema, Kenny Larkin, Borgore, Felix da Housecat, Little Dragon, DAT Politics, Richie Hawtin, The Orange Fandangos, Skream, Sub Focus, Goldie,
, Eats Everything, Drumsound & Bassline Smith, MistaJam, Sve Barabe, As I Fall, Vienna In Love and many more.
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