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Beatport News

David Guetta and Showtek drop zombified "Bad" video

By Beatport News Editors
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Seeking a friendly electro-house soundtrack for the end of the world? David Guetta has got you covered. Hot on the heels of joining forces at Ultra Music Festival, Guetta, Dutch production duo Showtek, and Australian vocalist Vassey have just delivered a new comic-inspired lyric video for their Beatport #1 hit “Bad.” The track is currently listed at #3 on the Beatport Top 100.

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David Guetta drops a heartfelt tribute to Frankie Knuckles in Chicago; watch it now

By Beatport News Editors
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While David Guetta is without a doubt one of modern dance music’s biggest stars, it’s not terribly well known that the guy was a serious house head back in the day, starting some of Paris’ first house nights, playing host to Daft Punk’s earliest sets, and mixing up techno, hip-hop, funk, and disco long before most of dance music’s current crop of fans were even born. So, fittingly, when he was in Chicago last week for a gig at the city’s Aragon Ballroom, he let loose with a big dedication to Frankie Knuckles, who died earlier last week, during his set.

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David Guetta rewards his 50 million Facebook fans with a new video

By Beatport News Editors
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While Deadmau5 is actively trying to lose Facebook fans, David Guetta’s pretty content with his more than 50 million followers. So when his ticker clicked over that mark the other day, Guetta released a special 13-minute video documenting “A Party 424 Meters Under the Sea,” a gig he played with Infected Mushroom in Masada, Israel, which is supposedly the lowest place on earth.

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Music News

DJs have bromances, too—yeah, you know what we're talking about

By Beatport News Editors
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Ah, the bromance—the easy-breezy friendly love between dudes just casually hanging out and having fun. It really knows no boundaries, and in fact, it seems to flourish in the entertainment community, where photographic evidence of said loves is posted on artists’ Facebook and Instagram pages and immediately disseminated all over the world.

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Morning Roundup

Seth Troxler reviews singles from J-Lo and Willow Smith, new tracks from My Nu Leng, Chromeo, Toro Y Moi, and Thievery Corporation, and "Animals" breaks another record

By Ken Taylor
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Love him or hate him, you can’t deny that Seth Troxler’s got personality—so upcoming DJs, take a cue here when it comes to making yourselves interesting. Today, the outspoken Visionquester reviews a handful of tracks for FACT TV in his always-entertaining, oft-controversial style. Come on in and see what’s up.

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