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Overload Radio: Episode #044

The First Time – Dirty South & Rudy
Take U Higher – HotSauce & Angelina Danilova
Across The Sea – Simon Lee & Alvin
Amsterdam – Orjan Nilsen
In The Music – Disco Killerz & Liquid Todd & Hannah Rose
Accelerate – A-Peace & Drea Delacruz
Alpha – Disfunktion & Aerreo & Jannika
Never Let Me Go – Andrew Rayel & Angelika Vee
U & I – Denis Kenzo & Claire Willis
The Goddess – Abhishek Y2V & Amy Kirkpatrick
Regrets – Bobby Neon & Lokka Vox

Overload Radio: Episode #039

Underlying Feeling – Sylvia Tosun
All Of Us – Dirty South & ANIMA!
Forever Or Nothing – NERVO & Savi & Lauren Bennett
Show You – Jaytech & Tommy Murphy
Falling Into You – Super8 & Tab & Johnny Rose
Come Alive – Alex Kunnari
All Alone – Emrah Barut & Ann Browne
Booya – Ruben De Ronde & Rodg & Orjan Nilsen
Alchemy – Above & Beyond & Zoe Johnston
Fall To Pieces – Jonas Steur & Jennifer Rene
Never Say Never – Armin Van Buuren & Jacqueline Goveart

Overload Radio: Episode #021 (Best of 2016 PART 4)

#10 Made Of Sun – Kyau & Albert
#9 Shake The Air – ilan Bluestone & Maor Levi & Jeza
#8 Reckless – Gareth Emery & Wayward Daughter
#7 Proxima C – Richard Durand
#6 Winterburn – Andrew Rayel & Digital X & Silvia Tosun
#5 All Of Us – Dirty South & ANIMA!
NEW MUSIC Agni – Matt Bukovski
#4 Monaco – Yoel Lewis
#3 Memory Lane – Kyau & Albert
NEW MUSIC Voice Inside – Dan Chase & Diana Leah
#2 Gotta Be Love – Armin Van Buuren & Lyrica Anderson
#1 Lost – Gareth Emery & Janet Devlin

Overload Radio: Episode #006

Good Grief – Bastille
The Groove – Bodhi
Bobotie – Lucky Charmes
To The Club – Spankox
CUBA – Jimmy Clash
All Of Us – Dirty South & Anima!
Getaway – Tritonal & Angel Taylor
Faith In Love – Judah & Holly Drummond
Decade – Michael Badal
Beirut – Henry Dark
Tomorrow – Marcel Woods
One More Time – CJ Seven & Marjan

The Overload: Episode #195

Tomorrow Comes – Gabriel & Dresden & Neil Ormandy moonbeamgleamsleusin
Love Is Strong – C-Systems & Jo Micali & Hanna Finsen
The Way You Want – Super8 & Tab
Immersion – Omnia
Gleams – Evgeny Bardyuzha & Leusin
Until The End – Dirty South & Jon Gil
Amity – Tepes
Mission To Moon – Erik Hubo VS Drew Darcy
Broken – Zara & Jorge Nava
Breath Of Fire – Gordey Tsukanov & Andrey Mirutenko
Reason To Believe – Aruna


This week’s TOTW is untiltheendphazingdirtysouthan uplifting house release from none other than Dirty South.

Dirty South has teamed up with LA-based singer songwriter Joe Gil on his latest release ‘Until The End’. Creating an uplifting and optimistic dance floor anthem perfectly timed for the European summer, the shimmering melodic track smoothly blends chiming guitars and cool synths, combined with Gil’s emotive vocals over driving drums to create both a  moving piece of songwriting and a powerful club track. Complementing the original with remixes from Tom Staar, fresh from his ‘After Dark’ collaboration with Style Of Eye , Phazing alumnus Michael Brun and Dirty South himself.


This track will be featured on next week’s Overload.

Is it just hype? Daft Punk VS The World

Everywhere you look, you see Daft Punk’s forthcoming album “Random Access Random-Access-MemoriesMemories” dominating the headlines. But is it all just a hype? With the release of their first single “Get Lucky” already underway, it seems the EDM world just isn’t accepting it with open arms. Check out these tweets from prominent EDM artists…

“Wait so how are Daft Punk saving EDM when they only use live instruments? Then it’s not actual electronic dance music,” – Laidback Luke (April 25th 2013)

“Gonna just be fucking honest, I don’t really like that new Daft Punk song.” – Gareth Emery (Apr 22nd 2013)

“There’s so much hype around Daft Punk’s album I am expecting the best thing ever made on planet earth plus giving every mammal orgasm!,” – Sebastian Ingrosso (Apr 24th 2013)

– which earned this reply

“@SebIngrosso wait! Are they releasing an album???!!!!” – Dirty South (Apr 24th 2013)

We’re going to hold out till the album release before we make our judgement.

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