Synonyms for vicetone or Related words with vicetone

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Examples of "vicetone"
A set of remixes by Vicetone and Armin van Buuren was released on March 3, 2014.
In January 2015, she collaborated with Dutch EDM duo Vicetone to provide vocals for the track 'No Way Out' which was released on Spinnin' Records, as well as for 'Nothing Stopping Me' and 'Angels'.
Lineup: Armin van Buuren, David Guetta, Oliver Heldens, R3hab, Nervo, Vinai, Vicetone, Showtek, Umek, Kaskade, Sander van Doorn, Knife Party, Djs from Mars, Jay Hardway, Shapeshifters, Shermanology, Vanillaz, Sasha Lopez, Beltek, Viktoria Metzker, Shermanology
""Monstercat 021 - Perspective"". As of October 3rd 2016, the song has reached more than 5.4 million views. She has also contributed vocals to other Monstercat songs, such as "Nevada" by Vicetone and "Where I'll Be Waiting" by Rich Edwards.
In 2014, Vicetone opened the year with releases on Spinnin' Records, including their tracks "Lowdown" and "Ensemble". They also had other high-profile releases on Nicky Romero's Protocol Recordings and Hardwell's Revealed Recordings. They also performed at the 2014 edition of the Ultra Music Festival. Their major breakthrough that year, however, came with the release of their first Beatport #1 overall charting track "Let Me Feel", that was a collaboration with Nicky Romero. Later that year, they performed at the TomorrowWorld festival in Atlanta. Vicetone also announced that they had also composed the single "United We Dance" as the soundtrack for the 2014 Ultra Music Festival aftermovie, which they then released on Ultra Records. For their final track of 2014, Vicetone released their track "What I've Waited For" through Monstercat.
The EP was not promoted well but still it was commercially a success by the online shopping websites. For the promotion of the EP, there were two music videos for the Coone remix and the Vicetone remix, which were available on their YouTube channels. The video of the Coone remix is a live performance and also includes some lyrics of the song, but it was not declared as a lyric video. The video was directed by Editz. The video for the Vicetone remix was a remix of the official video of the single, which was an animated video, taken from the official video of the song by the band and Steve Aoki.
Inspired by Elvis Costello and Bruce Springsteen, Koma started his music career in punk rock, later transitioning into a mixture of genres ranging from pop and hip hop to EDM. Koma's early collaborations include work with Hardwell, Zedd, Miriam Bryant, Sebastian Ingrosso, Alesso, Tiësto, Vicetone and Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic.
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.
The debut edition of Road to Ultra: Philippines was held on 26 September 2015 at the Mall of Asia Concert Grounds in Manila, Philippines. The event included the likes of Skrillex, A-Trak, Fedde Le Grand, Mija, Vicetone, W&W, and Zeds Dead.
A soundtrack album to the film was released on September 2, 2016, by Back Lot Music. It features songs from Major Lazer featuring Ariana Grande, Jason Derulo, Dawin, Vicetone, The Very Best, Incredible Bongo Band, Carly Rose, among others, and includes an original track by the lead actress Cassie. South African composer Mark Kilian, the film's original score creator, also contributed with six tracks.
In the summer of 2012, Abrahart made his debut as a recording artist under his alias "JHart", his vocals featuring on Paul Oakenfold's dance hit "Surrender". In 2014, he penned and featured on Dirty South's "One Breath" from the album "With You", and the following year, his collaboration with Vicetone, "Follow Me" was announced as the anthem for the 2015 Ultra Music Festival. The track was premièred online by "Entertainment Weekly" the day before its official release.
Vicetone is a Dutch DJ and production duo formed by Ruben Den Boer (born January 22, 1992) and Victor Pool (born July 9, 1992), from the Dutch city of Groningen. In 2013, they were voted into the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs list for the first time at 60th as a new entry. Later in 2014, they went up 24 places on the list, coming 36th. In 2015, they fell 14 places to 50th.
Ultra Bali's first edition lasted two days and featured three stages across the Potato Head Beach Club—Main Stage, Resistance Stage, and the UMF Radio Stage. Tickets for the two-day festival sold out within a week of being on sale, without any announcement of a lineup. The festival featured the likes of Ansolo, Kygo, Vicetone, Fedde Le Grand, Alesso, Gorgon City, James Zabiela, Christian Smith, Mija, A-Trak, Zeds Dead, Skrillex, Henry Saiz, Marc Romboy, and many more. Approximately 10,000 people joined together at the Potato Head Beach Club for Ultra Bali's sold out debut.
To start off 2015, Vicetone released their vocal progressive track "No Way Out", a collaboration with vocalist Kat Nestel, which marked the third track they released through the Spinnin' Records main imprint, after "Lowdown" and their remix of Cash Cash's "Overtime". Following the success of their Ultra Music Festival aftermovie anthem, they released the festival's 2015 anthem "Follow Me" featuring JHart on February 17th 2015. Later in 2015, the duo released two more singles with Kat Nestel titled "Angels" and "Nothing Stopping Me," both on Ultra Music, released a remix for a song from the popular game League of Legends called "Project Yi" and they remixed Hardwell and Tiesto's collaboration, "Colors".
A remix version of his studio album "United We Are" was also announced for the autumn of 2015. This one contains the original tracklist, but all songs were remixed by different artists. These were, among others, W&W, Vicetone and Frontliner. The entire tracklist was presented in episode 244 of his Hardwell on Air podcast. The release date was the 4 December 2015. In parallel Armin van Buuren and him, each presented an action figure. The whole thing mainly caused moderate criticism, since the price was very high.
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.
The group slowly gained exposure in the dance community in 2012 and 2013, particularly via connections with Hardwell and Nicky Romero and releases on their boutique labels. During Ultra Music Festival 2013 on behalf of "The Huffington Post", Cash Cash conducted interviews with both musicians. Cash Cash was featured on their respective radio shows, "Protocol Radio," and "Hardwell on Air." On May 20, 2013, Cash Cash released a remix of "Symphonica" by Nicky Romero that was released on Beatport by Protocol Recordings. Romero also invited Cash Cash to perform at a Protocol Recordings showcase during the ADE festival on October 16, 2013 at the Melkweg in Amsterdam with Martin Garrix, Vicetone, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and John Dahlbäck. Hardwell included Cash Cash's remix of his track "Dare You" on "Dare You – The Remixes Part 1" by Revealed Recordings in February 2014.
"A Light That Never Comes (Remixes)" features EDM remixes of the single. The EP was confirmed by the band on their Facebook page. The EP included artists like Rick Rubin, Angger Dimas, Coone and various others. The Vicetone remix was originally available for digital download when people Shazamed Linkin Park and Steve Aoki's performance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" straight to their own mobile phones or other electronic communication uses, which was recorded and aired on TV on November 26, 2013. The remix was actually a winner of the A LIGHT THAT NEVER COMES remix contest. The reboot by Rick Rubin for the song was also included in the band's second remix album, "Recharged". It served as the closing track of the album.
Chloe Angelides is a Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter. She has written songs for numerous artists including "Zipper" for Jason Derulo for his album "Talk Dirty", "Jackie (B.M.F.)" for Ciara for her album "Jackie", "Burnin' Up" for Jessie J, "Pacify Her" by Melanie Martinez for her album "Cry Baby", "Say Love" by JoJo for her album "III", "Paper" by Nick & Knight, "Sober" by Selena Gomez for her album "Revival", "Get On Your Knees" by Nicki Minaj and has performed vocals on "Sexy Beaches" for Pitbull on his album "Globalization", "Whip It!" by LunchMoney Lewis, "Ready for Love" by Felix Cartal, "How Bad You Want It (Oh Yeah)" by Sevyn Streeter and "White Lies" by Vicetone.
McLoughlin has also grown to significant prominence in the world of underground electronic dance music, especially the melodic dubstep genre. He's regarded as "one of the absolute kings in the realm of melodically driven and euphorically inspired dubstep" In addition, he has provided vocals for songs well known in the EDM world, such as "Heartbeat" by the Dutch house duo Vicetone, and more recently, "Collide", with Laidback Luke & Project 46. In an interview with, Collin said "collaborating with Laidback Luke was really cool, I used to frequent his production forum two years ago trying to find any sort of tips I could absorb. To be featured on a track of his that I wrote two years later is pretty surreal." In addition to his vocal success, McLoughlin has received acclaim for his melodic bass remixes that have been supported by the likes of Don Diablo, Morgan Page, and 3LAU. In 2014 Collin was named as one of the "10 Acts to Watch in 2014" by popular website as well as