Fans of David Guetta, whose remix of Avicii’s “Addicted to You” is currently #1 on the Beatport charts, might wanna get a move on if they haven’t already made plans to get to Vegas for his residency, as it kicks off tonight at XS.
Congratulations to David Guetta as his remix of Avicii’s “Addicted to You” just hit the #1 spot in our Beatport Top 100.
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.
The much-ballyhooed remixes of Avicii’s “Addicted to You” are just around the corner, and you can hear a couple of them now. First up, superstar David Guetta takes the reins for a galloping and punchy take on the torchy original, which you can grab on Beatport later this evening.
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.
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.
Congratulations go out to David Guetta and Skylar Grey as they just took their new track “Shot Me Down” to #1 on our Beatport Top 100.
David Guetta has never been your average electro-house producer, so it’s probably no surprise that “Shot Me Down” isn’t your average electro-house track. Out on Guetta’s dance-tracks-only Jack Back label, “Shot Me Down” takes a shuffly approach to production, while chanteuse Skylar Grey drops torchy vocals left and right.
Stereosonic, the roving festival that makes its way through five Australian cities, is off and running, having hit Sydney and Perth this past weekend. As expected, the 60,000 fans in Sydney alone were not disappointed, with huge sets from the likes of David Guetta, Calvin Harris, Empire of the Sun, and more.
“The Txter,” “The Cry-baby,” “The Jesus,” “The Orgasmatron”… there’s a whole host of poses that DJs can tend to strike when they’re up there behind the decks. Recently, long-running dance music publication Mixmag decided to interpret a number of them in cartoon form, tackling well-known poses from globetrotting jocks like Skrillex, David Guetta, Dixon, Maya Jane Coles, and Seth Troxler (in his “birthday suit,” of course, seen up top). You can check out a couple more of Mixmag’s illustrations below and check out the website’s full gallery here.