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[House] Laidback Luke & Gian Varela feat. Melfi – Ponme Loco

Laidback Luke joins our friend Gian Varela for the exciting new single “Ponme Loco.” Following up from Gian’s “Veneno” which he chatted with us about, “Ponme Loco” is a club smash that has been released on MixMash Records.

Luke and Gian’s Melfi featured original is catchy from the start. It’s call to action is not hard to follow through on thanks to an energizing production that, although minimal, gets you on your feet and dancing. “Ponme Loco” feels like one of those songs that was just so much fun to make and it shows. Add this one to your playlist for a little latin flare!

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SAVOY & Heather Bright – We Are The Sun (Laidback Luke Remix)

Laidback Luke has a knack for pumping out anthem after anthem. This one featuring some big room sounds that have already been supported by the likes of Steve Aoki, Diplo, Armin Van Buuren, Thomas Gold, and Sander Van Doorn. LBL transforms this track from SAVOY into a dance floor killer bringing massive drums, booming synths, and the always sexy vocals from Heather Bright. This should keep your foot moving all week long. Cheers.

’SAVOY & Heather Bright – We Are The Sun (Laidback Luke Remix) ‘
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January 2010 Electrogasm via Nashville Nights


After getting an Xbox 360 and announcing my gametag: nTsBacon (notorious bacon, add me!) the electronic junkie over at music blog Nashville Nights has ever since joined me on owning n00bs in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (his gametag is sicknastyyy).

Besides from owning little twelve year olds on the Xbox, Joseph from Nashville Nights posts quality written reviews with electrogasmic mp3’s. The following are just a couple of the best pop electronic songs I discovered through NN. But please, dont let this stop you, go stream all his songs on his hypem profile.


British singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding is an emerging electropop artists best known for her 2009 single “Under The Sheets”. Her vocals are a tad bit too synthetized for my liking but just like with Little Boots, both their music contains a solid foundation of melodically rich vocals to which dj/producers can easily exploit, stripping them of their dignity. However, thanks to gentlemen like Russ Chimes the song is dressed up with a much-needed upbeat electronic dress, working around the curves of Guildings new single Starry Eyed. The result is a glamorous, sexy and much danceable tune… an electrogasm – Read NN’s original Post

Ellie Goulding – Starry Eyed (Russ Chimes Remix)


To be honest I was surprised to find out this was Katy Perry singing. I focus my attention on a lot of indie-releated news and music that a lot of things happening with mainstream artists go under my radar. I heard this track before the original that was released a couple of weeks back. Chew Fu took out all the boring pop elements that made this song mediocre and injected it with a colorful electronic juice. Now I can’t stop listening to it. The original does not compare… electrogasm!
Timbaland ft. Katy Perry – If We Ever Meet Again (Chew Fu Remix)van she remix i get around dragonette

Van She Tech‘s Micheal Di Francesco, now trying to go by Arithmatix! has dropped an electrogasmic remix of Dragonette – Pick Up The Phone.

Nashville Nights reports Dragonette will be going on tour with Little Boots and Fan Death. Click for more info.

Dragonette – Pick Up The Phone (Van She Tech)


2 … 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8 and BACK! Dutch DJ and producer Luke van Scheppingen aka Laidback Luke is one of those djs you always need to keep an eye on. He frequently releases remixes, bootleg and edits of a lot of indie music. Not only does he stay current with what the music blogosphere is currently excited about, but he is also not afraid to bring back the classics. Here is Laidback Luke bootleg version of Bob Sinclar’s Gym Tonic. – Read Full NN Post

Bob Sinclar – Gym Tonic (Laidback Luke Bootleg)

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‘Like the final round of a videogame tournament, Computer Club’s music is loud, aggressive and spattered with grimy funk. A tendency toward the heavy, distortion-tinged sound of electro house is well balanced with his penchant for funk-laden interludes amongst the banger blitz’

DANCE DANCE DANCE! Computer Club’s remix of Elevatin by Wired All Wrong achieves a perfect balanced between aggressive dirty electro house and more subtle unaltered samples.

Wired All Wrong – Elevatin (Computer Club Remix)

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