Synonyms for jauz or Related words with jauz

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Examples of "jauz"
In 2016, a remix by popular DJ Jauz was released on his SoundCloud account.
Sam Vogel, better known by his stage name Jauz (pronounced: jaws), is an American DJ and electronic dance music producer based in Los Angeles, United States.
On 13 November Knife Party tweeted on their official Twitter page that they will be releasing the EP along with Plur Police (Jauz Remix) on 20 November 2015.
Wax Motif’s work has drawn critical acclaim and support from Diplo, Major Lazer, A-Trak, GTA, Oliver Heldens, Jauz, Tommy Trash.
The city was called Jauz Gun until 1680 because of the number of nuts ("jauz") in the area. The name was changed to Faizabad, which can be roughly translated as "abode of divine bounty, blessing, and charity", when the robe of Muhammed was delivered to the city. Tradition states that it was brought here by Muhammad Shaykh Ziya and Shaykh Niyaz after Wais Quran brought it to Balkh.
Ultra Beach also continued at its original venue, the Hotel Amfora Grand Beach Resort for its fourth year running on 19 July. The lineup for Ultra Beach featured the likes of Sam Feldt, Jauz, Don Diablo, and Robin Schulz.
As for 2016, Road to Ultra: Thailand took place on 11 June 2016 at the Bitec Convention Center in Bangkok, Thailand. Artists who played the third edition of Road to Ultra: Thailand included Avicii, Martin Garrix, Jauz, Ansolo, and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano.
In 2015, Monstercat continued with the large amounts of signing, capping off the year's total with 65 artists. That year, Hyper Potions, Karma Fields, San Holo, and Jauz were all signed, and all contributed to the growth over 2015 as a whole.
The fourth edition of Ultra Chile returned as a Road to Ultra event for 2016. This edition of the Road to Ultra: Chile took place on 8 October 2016 at the Movistar Arena in Santiago, Chile. The lineup for the Road to Ultra: Chile included Martin Garrix, Carnage, Dash Berlin, Deorro, Jauz, and other local supporting acts.
Julian Scanlan (born May 1, 1997), better known by his stage name Slushii, is an American DJ and electronic music producer based in Los Angeles. He is best known for working with artists managed by Moe Shalizi, such as Marshmello, Ookay and Jauz, and for gaining support from notable dubstep musician and OWSLA-record label founder, Skrillex.
A sample of "Train Sequence" ("This is a journey into sound") from the LP "A Journey Into Stereo Sound" (1958) was used by different artists like Coldcut in their remix of Eric B. & Rakim ("Paid in Full"), Bomb the Bass ("Beat Dis"), Public Enemy ("Welcome to the Terrordome"), Anthrax ("Potter's Field") and Jauz x Marshmello ("Magic").
Marshmello (stylized marshmello) is an electronic dance music producer and DJ. He first gained international recognition by remixing songs by Jack Ü and Zedd, and later collaborated with artists including Omar LinX, Ookay, Jauz and Slushii. In January 2017, his song "Alone" appeared on the US "Billboard" Hot 100 chart.
The third edition of Road to Ultra: Paraguay took place on 15 October 2016 in Asuncion, Paraguay at the Rakiura Resort. The lineup for Road to Ultra: Paraguay was announced on 30 August 2016 and featured Above & Beyond, Krewella (live), DJ Snake, Jauz, Markus Schulz, and other local supporting acts.
In 2015, their collaboration with Jauz was one of the top bass house songs of the year. "Superstar" with NGHTMRE and Krewella was the #1 dubstep song on the Beatport Dubstep Charts of May 2016. Their collaboration "Deep In The Night" with Montreal-based artist Snails was released in August 2016.
Garmiani’s music has been featured in the DJ sets of David Guetta, Tiesto, Hardwell, Afrojack, Avicii, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Major Lazer, Nicky Romero, Jauz and Steve Aoki among others. He has remixed Steve Aoki, Snoop Dogg, Lil Jon, Arash & Sean Paul and Deorro.
The album was re-released in 2014, to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the album. It includes 3 additional mixes of "Regulate"; the "Destructo & Wax Motif Remix", featuring Motif, the "Photek Remix" featuring Nate Dogg, and the "Jauz Remix", also featuring Nate Dogg.
Road to Ultra: Chile took place this year on 8 October 2016 at the Movistar Arena in Santiago, Chile. The lineup for Road to Ultra: Chile's second edition was announced on 25 August 2016 and included Martin Garrix, Carnage, Dash Berlin, Deorro, Jauz, and other local supporting acts.
For 2016, the Road to Ultra headed to Hong Kong for the first time. The Road to Ultra: Hong Kong took place on 17 September 2016 at the Nursery Park located in the West Kowloon Cultural District. The lineup for the event included artists like Knife Party, Martin Garrix, Nero (live), Carnage, Galantis, Jauz, Marshmello, and Thomas Jack.
The Road to Ultra: Peru once again took place at the Explanada Costa Verde in Lima, Perú on 7 October 2016, leading up to Ultra Brasil the following weekend, 14–15 October. The lineup for Road to Ultra: Peru was announced on 25 August 2016 and included Martin Garrix, Carnage, Dash Berlin, Deorro, Jauz, and many other local supporting acts.
The first part of the remix entitled "CoCo (Part 2)" was released on February 10, 2015 featuring Meek Mill and Jeezy. Another remix entitled "CoCo (Part 3)" was released on February 12 and features Chris Brown. Rapper Lil Wayne remixed the song for his "Sorry 4 the Wait 2" mixtape which was very controversial. Pitbull and J Balvin remixed the song also. There are also EDM remixes by MAKJ, Flosstradamus, Borgore, JAUZ, DJ Sliink, Big O, Coucheron and Mike Candys.