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The Overload: Episode #270

Come To The Light – Megaphonix & Amber Noelshogun-laputa-original-mix-150x150
Never Let You Go – Dash Berlin & John Dahlback & Bullysongs
Let Me Go – KDrew & Rico & Miella
Something Going On – Ultimate & Irina Makosh
In The Dark – Tiesto & Christian Burns
Miracles – Andrew Rayel & Christian Burns
Laputa – Shogun
Voodoo – DVBBS & Jay Hardway
Sound Of The Drums – Armin Van Buuren & Laura Jansen
Glimmer – Delerium & Emily Haines
Mirakuru – RAM & Arctic Moon

The Overload: Episode #203

iTrance – Tiesto & Disco Friesalexlarichevleavemebehind
Leave Me Behind – Alex Larichev & Invi Tado
Alive – Chris Schweizer
Launch – I Am Sam
No Drop – Alex Gopher
Second Wave – Signum
Turn Me Out – Russ Chimes
Lost In Me – Paris Blohm & Mimi Page
Fusion – Delayers VS ACTI
Our Love – Stereo Palma & Craig David
World Falls Apart – Dash Berlin & Jonathan Mendelsohn
Acting Crazy – tyDi & Sarah Howells

DJ Mag Top 100 2013 Results Are In!

So the top 100 DJs in the world according to DJ Magazine’s annual poll are in. Top 10 are as follows:
1: Hardwell
2: Armin Van Buuren
3: Avicii
4: Tiesto
5: David Guetta
6: Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike
7: Nicky Romero
8: Steve Aoki
9: Afrojack
10: Dash Berlin

Nothing to complain about here really.
Here are some other highlights:

12: Deadmau5 Deadmau5 #12

40: Martin Garrix – only 1 note worthy (ghost produced???) track under his belt and he’s into the top 50.

87: Tenashar – WTF!!?!? Usually we aren’t into DJ Bashing… we love all DJs/Producers and if your track is good enough we will play it. (As some may know our Resident DJ here at The Overload recently had a nasty run in with Chad of Tritonal on FB and we still play their records). BUT… This chick? Take a listen to her mashups on Soundcloud. Adagio For Animals – Adagio For Strings (Tiesto) vs Animals (Martin Garrix) Tenashar Mashup. Proof that money/advertising/and a nice rack get you whatever you want in life.

TyDi who did NOT make the top 100 this year had one of the most humbling comments on the whole ordeal.

Dear fans,I want to be honest with you about something. For the last four years I was ranked in DJ Mag’s top 100 DJ Poll. Apparently this meant I was one of the top 100 most popular DJ’s in the world?… well, I don’t believe I deserved any of it. How was it that artists as famous as Daft Punk were listed below me?? Or huge idols of mine with obviously way more fans? – Not just thousands more fans than me, but hundreds of thousands. How could the numbers in this list make a single ounce of sense? I’ll tell you how – because I literally had to beg you guys to vote for me and even pay for advertising. I was never worthy of those rankings and I shouldn’t be proud of them either. How was I able to call myself the #48 DJ of the world one year when true superstars who scored lower results sat there in such beautifully humble silence?… Admittedly it fed my ego and gave everyone an inaccurate illusion of my position in the music industry. So I’ll wrap this up – I know who my fans are because you’re right here! You’re the ones who write to me on twitter, you’re the ones who buy my music and go absolutely crazy at my shows around the world. So, from the very bottom of my heart, thank you. Thank you for making my life as incredible as it is today. I truly appreciate you.Tyson

For the full 100 list it can be found HERE

Review: Sensation Toronto

After over a decade of waiting, the world’s leading dance event “SENSATION” debuted in Toronto last night. The Rogers center, was transformed into the “Ocean of White” with giant jellyfish, water fountains, coral, and a sea of fans dressed in white. It was a breath-taking view. 182941_10152875852045615_945601369_n

We were there! Here are our thoughts:

Doors opened at 6, however the show didn’t start until 8. During the wait, they played various TECH-HOUSE/ambient tracks – which was to be expected. The show then started approximately 15 minutes late with “Mr. White” – who played a 45 minute set of TECH-HOUSE. At 9pm, a chilling intro and water display introduced “2000 and one” who played another hour set of TECH-HOUSE. 10pm marked another massive intro, full of under water references and metaphors to the human psyche. “Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano” took over the decks to play their house set of TECH-HOUSE… Seriously? 6pm – 11pm of just tech house… basically telling the fans TAKE DRUGS OR BE BORED OUT OF YOUR MIND! Admittedly, James & Marciano’s set did climax with some more energetic and crowd pleasing tracks.

Then comes “The Mix”… a pre-recorded 15 minute intro to the main event. Which featured Prodigy’s “Smack My Bitch Up”, Faithless’ “Insomnia”, Hardwell’s “Spaceman”, and Nirvana with “Smells Like Teen Spirit”… no not a remix, the original… ???!#%???? How Nirvana fits in with the night we will never understand.

970129_108797965998202_1727992377_nFedde Le Grand finally takes center stage and threw down an incredibly powerful and hard-hitting electro/progressive set. During his set, the centerpiece of the arena – the “bubbles” started deflating, which caused them to look more like an elderly man’s drooping genitals, but they fixed it a while later.

12:30 and Eric Prydz comes out…An extremely deep, and trance inducing set. Half the stadium leaves within 10 mins of his set. We at The Overload enjoyed it, however it seemed a little too heavy for Toronto.

1:45 and Otto Knows cleared out the Rogers Center.

Overall it was a landmark night, as Toronto had never experienced an event like this. Next time, here’s our suggestions. Less openers, more show – 5 hours of Tech House was a bit much. Keep the deeper acts for the end of the night, I think more of the cheese head fans of Toronto would be more accepting of Otto Knows’ set than they were of Eric Prydz, if they had only stayed to find out. And finally, if the Rogers Center was serious about their NO SMOKING policy, they should allow fans in and out privileges, because on top of the number of E, M, and coke heads inside, there was an overwhelming smell of cigarettes and marijuana. A drug parade all around.


Music – 6/10

Show – 8/10

Price – 5/10

Trance Top 1000 2013

TranceTop1000.com has released the top 1000 for 2013. Taking honors this year is Armin Van Buuren under his “Gaia” moniker with “Tuvan” Here’s the top 10.

1. Gaia – Tuvan (Original Mix)
2. Delerium feat. Sarah McLachlan – Silence (Tiësto’s In Search Of Sunrise Remix
3. DJ Tiësto – Adagio For Strings (Original Mix)
4. Paul van Dyk – For An Angel (Original Mix)
5. Armin van Buuren – Communication (Original Mix)
6. Dash Berlin feat. Emma Hewitt – Waiting (Original Mix)
7. Rank 1 – Airwave (Original Mix)
8. Armin van Buuren feat. Sharon Den Adel – In And Out Of Love (Original Mix)
9. DJ Tiësto – Elements Of Life (Original Mix)
10. Gaia – J’ai Envie De Toi (Original Mix)

Check out the FULL list at www.trancetop1000.com

Tiesto’s Club Life Vol. 3 Tracklist Released!

It seems Tiesto’s Clublife Volume 3 CD’s tracklist has been released! Club-Life-Vol-3-Stockholm-ArtworkCheck out the playlist:

01. Tiësto & Dyro – Paradise
02. Tiësto ft. Kyler England – Take Me
03. Baggi Begovic ft. Tab – Compromise
04. Hardwell ft. Amba Shephed – Apollo (Hardwell’s Club Life Edit)
05. Tiësto, Mark Alston, Baggi Begovic & Jason Taylor – Love and Run ft. Teddy Geiger
06. Zedd ft. Foxes – Clarity (Tiësto Remix)
07. Calvin Harris ft. Florence Welch – Sweet Nothing (Tiësto and Ken Loi Re Remix)
08. Icona Pop – I Love It (Tiësto’s Club Life Remix)
09. Passion Pit- Carried Away (Tiësto Remix)
10. Moguai- Champ
11. Alesso vs. One Republic- If I Lose Myself
12. Pelari – Cango
13. Tiësto & Calvin Harris- Century (Tiësto & Moska Remix)
14. Tiësto & DJ Punish – Shocker
15. Tiësto & MOTi – Back To The Acid
16. Tiësto, Quintino Alvaro- United (Tiësto & Blasterjaxx Remix)

Clublife Volume 3 is set to be released on June 25th 2013 on Musical Freedom (Tiesto’s Label).

The Overload: Episode #151

Looking For Love – Nilson & The 8th Notesparks fedde le grand nicky romero
Lesula – Insida
Hallucinations – Beneefit & Jdashit
I Still Remember – Matt Darey & Kate Louise Smith
Tempted – Markus Schulz & Sarah Howells
Capetown – Bluestone
I’ll Listen – Armin Van Buuren & Ana Criado
Llove – Kaskade & Haley
Pair Of Dice – Tiesto & Allure
Unika – Dankann
Sparks – Fedde Le Grand & Nicky Romero & Matthew Koma
Sky High – Dyro & Amba Shepherd

The Overload: Episode #141

Show Me The Way – Allure & JESantillas-blinders-feat-jenson-vaughan-top-of-the-world-original-mix-150x150
Top Of The World – Antillas & Blinders & Jenson Vaughan
Redline – Wolfgang Gartner
Maximal Crazy – Tiesto
Loops & Tings – Markus Schulz VS Ferry Corsten
This Picture – Emma Hewitt
Keep Me Alive – Richard Beynon & FTR3
Kawaii – Oza & Vitodito
We’re Not Alone – Matisse & Sadko & Ollie James
Brave – Susana & Ernesto VS Bastian & Wezz Devall
Overload – Taylor D

Reuben Keeney

Reuben-KeeneyOverload Episode #137 is mixed by special guest DJ – Reuben Keeney!

Keeney broke into the mainstream with his 2012 release on Toolroom Records, “Give It Some Time” featuring Glen Rosborough. After “Give It Some Time” impacted, the song hit the Irish Top 40 charts, entered MTV’s playlist, Morgan Page personally remixed it, and it received worldwide attention.
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  • Reuben Keeney & Glenn Rosborough – Give It Some Time (Kim Fai Remix)
  • AudioFun & Bela Takes Chase – All For You (Reuben Keeney Remix)
  • The Penelopes – Summer Life (Style Of Eye Remix)
  • Mark Knight & Tiesto & Dino – Beautiful World (Laidback Luke Remix)
  • Nicky Romero – WTF!
  • Mike Hawkins & Pablo Oliveros – Slump
  • Porter Robinson – Language
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