[Mega Playlist] Ultra 2013 Preview


At the turn of the year, there’s always a few things we get excited for. There’s always the excitement of new Music Ninja programs we’re launching, plans of grandeur for the upcoming year, new album releases, and of course, music festivals. We’re just out of the gate for 2013, and we have to say, we’re really stoked for what lies ahead.

First up on our list of festivals is the largest electronica festival in North America. The setting is perfect, as Miami is already a hub for the scene. But when you take the party outside, onto Bayfront Park, you know you’re in for an epic weekend.

With the announcement of the Phase 2 Lineup, we thought it would be a perfect time to share some of our favorite tracks from the performing artists this year. So here’s our 2013 Ultra Music Festival Mega Playlist. Once you listen to it, head over and pick up your tickets.

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PHASE 1

DJ
Above & Beyond
Afrojack
Armin Van Buuren
Avicii
Bassnectar
Calvin Harris
Carl Cox
David Guetta
Fatboy Slim
Kaskade
Knife Party
Richie Hawtin
Swedish House Mafia
Tiësto

Live Acts:
The Bloody Beetroots
Booka Shade
Boys Noize
Crystal Castles
deadmau5
Disclosure
DJ Fresh (Live)
Hot Chip
Major Lazer
Matt & Kim
Modestep
Rudimental
Thievery Corporation
Yeasayer
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PHASE 2

DJ:
Adventure Club
Alesso
Alvin Risk
ATB
Benny Benassi
Bingo Players
Birdy Nam Nam
Borgore
Bro Safari
Cazzette
Cedric Gervais
Chuckie
Dash Berlin
Deniz Koyu
Dillon Francis
Dirty South
Dog Blood
Eric Prydz
Erick Morillo
Fedde Le Grand
Ferry Corsten
Flosstradamus
Flux Pavillion vs. Doctor P.
Hardwell
John Digweed
Kill The Noise
Laidback Luke
Loco Dice
Luciano
Madeon
MiM0SA
Markus Schulz
Nicky Romero
Paul Van Dyk
Porter Robinson
Pretty Lights
Quintino
R3hab
Rusko
Seven Lions
Sub Focus
Steve Aoki
Sven Väth
The M Machine
Tommy Trash
Tritonal
W&W
Wolfgang Gartner
Zedd
Zeds Dead
12th Planet

LIVE:
Araabmuzik
Azealia Banks
Bloody Beetroots Live
Faithless (Live DJ and Live PA Set)
Infected Mushroom
Robert DeLong
Sleigh Bells
Snoop Dogg
TheWeeknd
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Phase 3

Soon to be announced

Above & Beyond feat. Zoë Johnston
Alchemy
Keane
Sovereign Light Cafe (Afrojack Remix)
AVICII
Two Million (Original Mix)
Underworld
Rez (Bassnectar Remix)
Jantsen
When The Beats Drop
David Guetta
She Wolf (Falling to Pieces) (feat. Sia)
Kaskade & Swanky Tunes (feat. Lights)
No One Knows Who We Are (Original Club Mix)
Knife Party
Rage Valley
Knife Party
Bonfire
Swedish House Mafia
Dont You Worry Child (Promise Land Remix)
Tiesto & Allure
Pair Of Dice (Radio Edit)
Chronicles Of A Fallen Love Feat Greta Svabo Bech
Boys Noize Ich R U (Jacques Lu Cont Remix)
Chronicles Of A Fallen Love Feat Greta Svabo Bech

The Bloody Beetroots
Church of Noise ( B
Boys Noize Ich R U (Jacques Lu Cont Remix)
Boys Noize What You Want (Chromeo Remix)
Crystal Castles
PALE FLESH (Tarantula X Remix)
Crystal Castles
AFFECTION
Deadmau5
October (Cover Art)
deadmau5
Cthulhu Sleeps
White Noise ft. AlunaGeorge
Latch ft. Sam Smith
Hot Chip
Flutes
HOT CHIP VS MAJOR LAZER (EXTENDED VERSION)
Snoop Lion
Lighters Up (Featuring Mavado and Popcaan)
Major Lazer
Jah No Partial (feat. Flux Pavilion)
Major Lazer
Jah No Partial (feat. Flux Pavilion)
Cameras
Ryan Keen
All This Time (Modestep Remix) (preview)
Alesso & Dirty South
City Of Dreams *Preview*
Alesso Vs Keane
Silenced By The Night (Alesso Radio Edit)
Porter Robinson & Mat Zo
Easy
Porter Robinson
Language
Joe Ghost
Are You Ready (Hardwell Rework) OUT NOW
Hardwell feat. Amba Shepherd
Apollo OUT NOW
Yolanda Be Cool ft. Arama
Before Midnight (Laidback Luke Remix)
Laidback Luke feat. Majestic
Pogo (Dub Mix) Snip
Nicky Romero ft. Nilson & John Christian
Still the same man (Official Preview)
Mark Maitland & James Oliver
Point Blank (Nicky Romero Edit)
Pretty Lights vs. The End Of The World 2012
Pretty Lights
Jay Z Empire State Of Mind Remix
Steve Aoki
Ladi Dadi (Tommy Trash Instrumental)
Steve Aoki
Transcend ft. Rune RK
Steve Aoki & Angger Dimas
Singularity ft. My Name Is Kay
Zedd
Spectrum (feat. Matthew Koma)
Skrillex & The Doors
Breakn A Sweat (Zedd Remix)
Zedd
Slam The Door
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Dillon Francis – Bootleg Fireworks (The Rebirth) [Trap VIP]

Yes you are reading correctly, Dillon Francis dropped a Trap VIP of his massive tune “Bootleg Fireworks”. This was ripped from Rinse FM yesterday, and features an incredible re-work of an already amazing track, “Bootleg Fireworks”. We covered Dillon’s first Rebirth of “Masta Blasta” and this one might be even more hectic. Featuring some incredible chopping and splicing, tweaking this massive track in all the right ways. No new on the release date yet, Cheers.

Bootleg Fireworks (The Rebirth) (Live from Rinse.fm)

via Run The Trap

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Big Chocolate – Blue Milk (Kid Ranger Remix)

Coming off from the massive reaction to his drumstep remix of Savage’s 2005 classic song ‘Swing’, Kid Ranger brings another full force rendition of a much recent track: Big Chocolate’s very own Hip/Hop and Trap concoction ‘Blue Milk’. The marriage between Hip/Hop and Trap may be obvious, but it is artists like Big Chocolate that extend this Honeymoon period bringing excitement and experimentation to the wonderful love affair.

The California producer proves himself, yet again, paying tribute to the original’s heavier dynamics while infusing an intense, high-pressured bassline, rich in both intensity and appeal. This head-bobber is Kid Ranger’s submission to Big Chocolate remix competition for ‘Blue Milk’ and we urge you to help us vote for Kid Ranger here.

Big Chocolate
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GUTS – Django Remix [Soundtrack]

After experiencing one of the best movies ever created, Inglorious Bastards, it was obvious that another Tarantino revenge story would provide just as much pleasure. Django, a love story that wraps around themes of revenge and justice was accompanied by one of the most modern soundtracks in the last couple of years. However, the main Django theme song is not so recent, originally composed in 1966 by Luis Bacalov. Spanish producer Guts, took the already excellent original and made a slow, easily digesting chill rendition.

Django RMX
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Diplo & Swick – Keep It Gully [Preview]

We know Diplo likes to be a tease but a 30 second clip is just down right mean. Continuing the momentum of his much followed funky and full of bounce “twerk” movements comes another addition to his legacy. Swick, Mad Decent’s new rising star from Melbourne, Australia is just coming off releasing his Bubbles EP a few months back to now working on this new collaborative track with the Twerk King himself titled ‘Keep It Gully’. Featuring horn-like melodies layered over a dynamic and quintessential diplo production of drum loop and attitude-filled vocals samples, this new single
sets the tone for the new year.

Diplo & Swick
Keep It Gully **Preview**

“Keep It Gully” will be out Feb 4th via Mad Decent is Diplo

And if you can’t get enough of this track, make sure you check out the 2 hour mix of Diplo & Friends on BBCR1extra

Diplo & Friends BBCR1xtra: January 12, 2013

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Kendrick Lamar Feat. Dr. Dre – The Recipe (Trapback Remix)

One of the most original Trap remixes we have seen, comes Trapback‘s rendition of “The Recipe” by Kendrick Lamar Feat. Dr. Dre. Instead of going the typical overly bumpy trap route, the 18 year old Seattle based producer takes one step back for this ultra smooth track. I always cringe when I hear someone come up with a new genre name but it looks like we are seeing some of the early samples of what chilltrap *shutters* will become.

Kendrick Lamar Feat. Dr. Dre
The Recipe (Trapback Remix)

Via TrapDoor Records

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Avicii – Three Million (Your Love Is So Amazing) [Free Download]

To celebrate hitting 3 million likes on Facebook, Avicii is giving his fans a brand new single “Three Million”.

Let’s get things straight, we love Avicii. We have interviewed him many times and apart from being one of the nicest producers in the world, his music has constantly inspired us and the world.

Yet, we can only find Three Million reasons as to why this song just doesn’t cut it for us. It is quite alarming that whenever an important artists releases a new single, all the other music blogs jump on it with rave reviews. Yes, we are grateful to have a “Free” track from Avicii but we are just not sure what to think of it. The bassline after minute 2.15 feels outdated, as to coming from a nintendo game (although we admit this is a perfect soundtrack for a Contra game). The strings that typically carry the track with such progressive momentum in an Avicii production, seem to be absent and lacking. But, of course that is just our humble opinion as avid Avicii fans.

We are eager to see what else Avicii has in store for us in 2013.

Avicii
Three Million (feat. Negin)

What did you think of this track? Tell us and Comment below!

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