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Submerge Says Dance

The Indian music scene has undergone a huge metamorphosis in the past decade, with staple bollywood fare giving way to world class electronic music. What started as an underground alternative movement is breaking free today and capturing fans all over the

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Episode 42 : Alive & Tripping

Sat, 31 Mar 2012 22:54:37 -0400

March 2012 Episode featuring Alive & Tripping

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Episode 41 : Shubs

Fri, 30 Mar 2012 22:54:15 -0400

February 2012 Episode Hosted by Shubs

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Episode 40 : Hamza

Thu, 29 Mar 2012 22:53:47 -0400

February 2012 Episode featuring Hamza

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Episode 39 : Shubs

Wed, 28 Mar 2012 22:52:21 -0400

January 2012 Episode Hosted by Shubs

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Episode 38 : Phi Degrees

Tue, 27 Mar 2012 22:52:00 -0400

January 2012 Episode featuring Phi Degrees

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Episode 37 : Shubs

Mon, 26 Mar 2012 22:50:17 -0400

December 2011 Episode Hosted by Shubs

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Episode 36 : Anish Sood

Sun, 25 Mar 2012 22:49:38 -0400

December 2011 Episode featuring Anish Sood

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Episode 35 : Shubs

Sat, 24 Mar 2012 22:48:07 -0400

November 2011 Episode Hosted by Shubs

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Episode 34 : DJ Milano

Fri, 23 Mar 2012 22:46:49 -0400

November 2011 Episode featuring DJ Milano

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Episode 33 : Shubs

Thu, 22 Mar 2012 22:45:42 -0400

October 2011 Episode Hosted by Shubs

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Episode 32 : DJ Inferno

Wed, 21 Mar 2012 22:42:25 -0400

September 2011 Episode featuring DJ Inferno

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Episode 31 : Shubs

Tue, 20 Sep 2011 22:40:15 -0400

August 2011 Episdoe Hosted by Shubs

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Episode 30 : Sander Van Doorn

Sun, 18 Sep 2011 10:08:25 -0400

Thought to be a technical and musical genius by many, Sander van Doorn is without a doubt one of the worlds most essential, influential and popular DJ/Producers in dance music today. In very short order, Sander has become a brand synonymous with excellence – both production wise, and in front of the thousands he plays to nightly. He is truly one of the strongholds in dance music, a generation defining artist that reshapes our perception of what dance music can be, and he does it all with that electrifying Sander van Doorn smile. Those with an ear for music have known of Sander for some time now, but 2008 was when the world started whispering “have you heard of Sander van Doorn?” It seemed the secret weapon of so many top Dj’s was out. When Carl Cox stops the music to point you out, telling the nearly 50,000 people “This is one of the best producers in music today, remember his name…Sander van Doorn!” then you can bet the whole world will take notice. And Carl wasn’t the only Sander fan. Tiesto named Sander one to watch early on, and Armin van Buuren championed his productions regularly. Sander seized the opportunities at hand and dedicated himself to a relentless touring and production schedule for the next few years. It was during this time that Sander penned some of his classics. From originals like Grasshopper, Punk’d and Riff, to massive remixes of The Killers (Spaceman), Sia (The Girl You Lost To Cocaine), Robbie Williams (Close My Eyes) and Depeche Mode (Peace) it seemed the lad from Eindhoven was on a collision course for superstardom. With the release of his debut album “Supernaturalistic” late in 2008, Sander showed once again that he was no one trick pony. Preferring to term what he does as ‘SvD Style’, Sander shrugged off the confines of genre typecasting long ago. The album was a critical and commercial success and was the first unabridged glimpse of Sanders musical virtuosity. With the help of his prolific alter egos (Sam Sharp, Sandler, Purple Haze and Filterfunk), Sander has been able to transcended the musical prejudice that so often accompanies being a big name Dj. This is why every Dj, no matter the genre, has an SvD track in their arsenal at all times. But his fans are the real stars in Sander’s phenomenal rise. They send all his records to number one, and helped to make him a required headliner at the most prestigious institutions dance music has ever known. Mysterland, Dance Valley, Global Gathering, Godskitchen, Garudas, Sankeys, Pacha, Cream, Sensation, Space, SW4, Trance Energy, Creamfields, Electrocity, and Electric Daisy Carnival, have all hailed his arrival and given the world the truest refection of Sander’s real power and popularity. Each year the number of countries visited grows, as does his frequent flier status. With a tour diary that see’s the superstar play to more than a million fans each year, there’s no doubt that that Sander van Doorn is dance music’s favorite son. Sander continues to meet the demands of being one of the worlds most sought after artists by continuing to evolve musically, professionally and artistically. In 2010 a deal was reached with global satellite leader SiriusXM to syndicate his radio show called ‘Identity.’ The show airs twice weekly to over 10 million worldwide on channel 38, Electric Area. Sander has also worked tirelessly to bring his clubbing concept, Dusk till Doorn to fruition. It’s a fully produced and musically integrated stage show that showcases not only van Doorn, but seeks to highlight and expose new artists, technologies and music that Sander favors. The concept spawned a successful double mix compilation in 2010 that allowed fans to relive the experience anytime. Dusk ti[...]

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Episode 29 : Vipul Angirish

Sat, 03 Sep 2011 11:06:13 -0400

In a movement that may surprise some, a fresh new wave of DJs and producers are bursting forth from the burgeoning house music scene in India and making an international impact. For a country well-known for its rich culture and unique musical forms, electronic music has not been seen to make much of an impact. This is about to change with the advent of a thriving electronic dance and house scene in India's major cities. A special part of this is a new DJ/producer named Vipul. Vipul was set on a path familiar to many Indian students, with an intended future career working in computers. Vipul attended university to study computer science but his exposure to the diverse college community led him to house music. An intense passion for the style was born and Vipul switched his goal to becoming a house music DJ upon exiting college. Unfortunately, his traditional Indian family did not understand this new aspiration and were quite resistant. With Vipul in tow, his parents consulted an Indian astrologer for guidance. Much to the astonishment of Vipul and his family the astrologer advised Vipul to pursue his DJ passion and predicted that it would lead him to much success. Thus the family gave their blessing and Vipul's new career in house music was launched. Vipul was heavily influenced by DJs and artists such as Darin Epsilon, Audiofly , Lutzenkirchen, Chris Micali, and Tim Davison. Though Vipul's sets are open to many different styles and genres he has found himself working mostly in a tech-house sound that also draws on jackin' and minimal elements which builds up and goes into progressive and techno sounds. His prowess behind the decks quickly earned Vipul a residency at one of the major clubs in Delhi where he was able to play across the entire range of house music. At this residency Vipul found himself booked with more well-known DJs like Tim Davison, Dr Norman Doray , Inland Knights , Dr.Kucho , Alex Niggemann , Rainer Weichhold and Hamza. Now Vipul plays an essential part in Wind Horse Records, assisting with label management and A&R, and significantly assisting the development of the label.

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Episode 28 : Shubs

Fri, 19 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0400

July 2011 Episode Hosted by Shubs

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Episode 27 : Praveen Achary

Wed, 17 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Praveen Acharyfs sound has emphasis on a unique combination of gDeep, Tech and Progressive househ. The new age Indian dance music producers and artists are creating their presence far and wide. Amongst these, our home grown star Praveen Achary has left the audiences wanting more of him. And why not? His DJing skills have always gained him a lot of appreciation. But the compliments donft stop here. His panache & signature style give his audiences the platform they crave. His first original single gCrossoverh on gMaktub Musich released in 2010 is a monster big-room tune with a star cast of great remixes on board. Fiord and Manuel Sofiafs mixes received great play-outs. Already on the fast track, Praveen Achary is most definitely a name to keep an eye on. He is on his way to gain repute of a pioneer in the house music scene in India. In a scene, where house music has been dominated by giant international names, it is stunningly refreshing to see a young Indian make his way through this with consistent quality productions.

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Episode 26 : Hayley Parsons

Sun, 14 Aug 2011 20:39:57 -0400

Hayley has always had a passion for a variety of house music, it was only a matter of time and practice before she decided that becoming a DJ / Producer, singer and songwriter was her ultimate ambition. In 2008 she decided to turn her hands to the art of DJing, brought her very own decks and locked herself away for 3 months. It was then she realised she had a natural ability with music and DJing. It is these unbelievable achievements that have made her become one of the UK’s most sought after female DJ that is on the scene at the moment.

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Episode 25 : Shubs

Sun, 03 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0400

June 2011 Episode Hosted by Shubs

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Episode 24 : DJ Mash

Fri, 24 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Addictive and Intoxicating is what they say when M.A.S.H is on the decks! His ability to channelize his musical energy into untainted enthusiasm on the dance floor leaves his crowd always wanting more of him. His ardor for mixing and continuous trialing with sounds gives his listeners a new surprise every time he puts his head phones on! M.A.S.H’s Dj sets are sure to set the journey mood and his style can be described as ranging from progressive to techno. Hailing from India and spreading the Indian Vibe Internationally, M.A.S.H has now been playing for over a decade now. Currently M.A.S.H holds the title of India’s Number 1 Dj after winning the Ultimate DJ Championship, 2010-2011. Also making him the official Dj for MTV, India. His experience and unique mixing style has given him a platform to play at some of the biggest festivals like, Supernova (Bangalore), Sunburn (Goa), Tribadelic Gathering (Melbourne), Ersian Fields (Sydney), Earthdance Festival of Peace (New Caledonia), Earthdance Festival of Peace (Sydney), Shanti Jatra (Nepal), Rainbow Serpent Festival Launch Party (Sydney), Vibrato (New Delhi), Royal Doof (Melbourne). M.A.S.H’s passion for house music has given him an opportunity to share the console with some of the biggest acts like Armin Van Buuren, Sasha, Nick Warren, Simon Posford, Skazi, Jerome Isma Ae, Tristan Garner, Norman Dooray, R.I.O, Shiva Mani, ATFC, Albin Myers, Nikhil Chinnapa, Ma Faiza, Arjun Vagale, Hamza and many more. He also heads two Electronic Dance Music record labels, namely, OmVeda Records and Occulta Records, and has released VA compilations like, Tapasya, Leisha, Occulta Vision. M.A.S.H has also been the official Dj for Fashion TV, India, presently holding the residency at one of the preeminent clubs in India, F-Bar & Lounge, New Delhi. Besides he also performs regularly at various elite venues in India and overseas.

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Episode 23 : Paul Thomas

Wed, 15 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Godskitchen & GlobalGathering worldwide resident, SIZE Records producer, Toolroom artist and stalwart member of the nu breed of house music… At only 30 Paul Thomas is one of the worlds leading house music DJs and producers. Paul has also been consistently turning out big tracks for big labels over the past couple of years, including labels such as Toolroom, Size, Positiva and Data, plus remixes for Basement Jaxx, Chicane, Underworld, Josh Wink, D Ramirez & Mark Knight, Gareth Emery, Sebastien Leger & Deadmau5. Furthermore, collaborations with Mark Knight, Funkagenda, Jerome Isma-Ae & Manuel De La Mare have cemented his place as one of the most sought after artists in the electronic music scene. 2010 was the year Paul stepped into the house music elite, with 9 Beatport genre top 10s, including Paul Thomas & Jerome Isma-Ae ‘Tomorrow’ on Toolroom Records, ‘Brass’ on SIZE Records and ‘Sunrise’ on Starlight. Paul was again selected as GlobalGatherings festival tour resident, playing huge festivals in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Poland & UK along with fellow residents Funkagenda & Gareth Emery. Paul also visited new territories such as Argentina, India & Israel for the first time. 2011 is already shaping up to be a big year. ‘Ultraviolet’ on Toolroom hit Beatport progressive no.1 in March, and no.5 in the overall chart, while follow up single ‘Skaramoosh’ has also been signed to Toolroom. Other new tracks have been signed to Spinnin, Doorn, Toolroom, 303 Lovers & Funk Farm, while remixes for Gareth Emery, Ticon, Serge Devant are already completed, all for a release in the first half of the year. Collaborations with Jerome Isma-Ae, Manuel De La Mare, Weekend Heroes & Ticon are also in the works, as Paul continues to show why he’s one of the most in-demand djs and producers on the planet.

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Episode 22 : Shubs

Sun, 05 Jun 2011 00:00:07 -0400

May 2011 Episode Hosted by Shubs

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Episode 21 : Albin Myers

Wed, 01 Jun 2011 20:07:33 -0400

Albin Myers is the latest uber hot musical talent to come out of Stockholm, Sweden. Alongside his own House productions, Albin is in demand for remixes - requested personally by the likes of David Guetta and Erick Morillo among others - and his latest project is MyBack, his DJ/production duo with fellow Swede John Dahlbäck. Growing up in a theatrical & musical family, Albin was 14 when he started making music using computer programmes. By 15, he'd honed his DJ skills on a set of technics 1210’s residing in a friend's garage, and he was soon out playing small clubs in Stockholm. Following several releases on Starbuster, he joined Swedish label Joia Records, and with his high energy productions garnering acclaim the remix requests flooded in from David Guetta & Kelly Rowland, Erick Morillo, Tom Novy, EDX, John Dahlbäck and Greg Cerrone to name a few... Renowned for his energetic DJ style, Albin has chance to test his works-in-progress at the weekend at far-flung locations before heading back to the studio in the week. His favourite spots are as diverse as the Sunburn festival in India and Sankey’s in Manchester, but for the same reason: “the crowd is really up for house music, the people are crazy – hands in the air from 1am to 5am!” Look out for a host of new productions and remixes from Albin and MyBack in 2011.

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Episode 20 : Alive & Tripping

Fri, 27 May 2011 00:00:01 -0400

Simzz and deepblue C first crossed paths in the year 1999. They soon realized that they had a common bond between them - The love for Electronic Dance Music. They felt the need to share this passion with the world and took up the art of DJing. Soon enough 'Alive & Tripping' was born. Deepblue C or db C, as he is popularly known as believes that "Every set should read like a book...Each track telling a different chapter of the story". He takes pride in his track selection and relies on his vast knowledge of classics to take the crowd on a journey. After all good music is timeless! Simzz ( is the more "tech" oriented of the duo. When he is not besides his decks with the headphones on, he is by his computer learning & experimenting more about the technology that he so loves. His constant research enables the duo to constantly keep evolving in the scene as far as technological enhancements - software & hardware are concerned. Together they have torn apart dancefloors in some of Mumbai's savviest nightclubs & hotspots like Vie Lounge (Juhu), Squeeze (Bandra) and Aurus (Juhu). They have opened for international superstar DJ & Producer Mat Zo and recently Simzz had the pleasure of opening for one of his idols - Ali Wilson at Blue Frog (Lower Parel). This duo strongly believes in the power of Harmonic mixing and you can hear anything from dark progressive house to uplifting, sweet melodic trance in their sets. Even a dash of techno & tech trance!! Their sound is constantly evolving and they are always looking to take it to the next level. Their yearly compilation Valentrance is eagerly awaited by fans all over and is well known in the scene! For a taste of their music you can tune into their individual radio shows. Simzz runs Trancelation India and db C hosts Sonic Maneuvers in collaboration with Trance Hub.

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Episode 19 : Shubs

Sun, 08 May 2011 01:07:36 -0400

April 2011 Episode Hosted by Shubs(image)

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Episode 18 : Markus Schulz

Tue, 03 May 2011 20:45:16 -0400

Over the last 10 years Markus Schulz has fused the individual musical identities of progressive house & trance into his own creative and now inimitable hybrid sound. Through the unique alignment of his headline DJ sets, Coldharbour label output and highly prominent Global DJ Broadcast radio show, he’s led a sea change revolution in the US trance scene. This success has been singularly reflected in weekly headliner sets in front of many tens of thousands, a GDJB listenership up in the millions & one Beatport chart-topping release after another. Following several highly ranked positions, in 2008 Schulz punched his way into the Top 10 of DJ Magazine’s Top 100 chart, landing at no.8. In repeating the exact same achievements in 2009 & 2010, he now stands unequivocally as America’s busiest international DJ.

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Episode 17 : Anil Chawla

Fri, 29 Apr 2011 14:05:53 -0400

There was no quick and easy break for Anil - just a steady stream of ear-catching, high-quality house music demos passed around London's promoters, and a subsequent booking at the legendary Turnmills (R.I.P.) That booking led on to a residency at the acclaimed Together nights - where he had the both envious and unenvious task of warming up for electronic music royalty as diverse as The Chemical Brothers, Fatboy Slim, Francois K, Trentemoller, Josh Wink, Green Velvet, Simian Mobile Disco, Mylo, Hot Chip, MSTRKRFT, and Cassius. He calls it his "apprenticeship" - and indeed it proved invaluable experience, these high-profile warm-up sets bolstering his ever-growing peak time appearances elsewhere. Dance music bastions Global Underground soon picked up on his skill across the board and his early productions on labels like Duty Free and Twisted Frequency, and began their ongoing relationship with him by releasing a series of singles and remixes, and more recently a weekly GU show on Ministry of Sound Radio (with fellow compadres, Dale Anderson and Jim Rivers). A global fanbase was soon established, and guest mixes on John Digweed and Tall Paul's KissFM followed, his DJ profile growing simultaneously with his ever increasing status as a producer, with releases on leading labels like Cr2, Brique Rouge, and Nic Fanciulli's Saved Records.

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Episode 16 : The Shapeshifters

Fri, 15 Apr 2011 22:53:29 -0400

The Shapeshifters are Simon Marlin and Max Reich. Party people at heart, the pair met when Simon signed Max to the Down Boy record label that he worked for. Musically, Simon found his enthusiasm for house on the dance floor in the late 80’s and early 90’s promoting nights and DJing, while Max got into production via a passion for techno, honed whilst throwing illegal raves in his native city of Gothenburg. In 2008 they found a new home at Defected Records, leaving Positiva after 4 years, and have initially made their mark at the world’s leading house music label releasing ‘Chime’ – a re-work of the Orbital classic – and the ‘Young Dubs EP’ which included ‘Sideways’ and ‘Nocturnal’. The Shapeshifters currently have a host of new releases lined up for 2010. ‘Helter Skelter’ – which features Steve Edwards on vocals – was initially released in single-track format during the early summer with the full release and remix package following in September. ‘Helter Skelter’ received widespread club and radio plays including significant support on Radio 1 from Pete Tong’s Essential Selection. The official video – a stunning project from the animated workshop of Rob Wicksteed – also picked up major attention from music TV stations. Following hot on the heels of ‘Helter Skelter’ will be ‘She Freaks’ – another killer collaboration between The Shapeshifters and Steve Edwards. ‘She Freaks’ is scheduled for release on Defected in November. The Shapeshifters have also recently remixed Seal (Weight Of My Mistakes), Pixie Lott (Broken Arrow) and Jason Chance (Looking Forward), whilst also working on a hot new collaboration with Shermanology. Aside from 3 top 10 hit records ('Lola's Theme', 'Back To Basics' and 'Incredible'), a BRIT Award nomination, a bucket full of remixes and productions for the likes of George Michael, Faithless, Frankie Knuckles, Todd Terry, Christina Aguilera, Leona Lewis and Moby, the pair continue to produce the goods. They had the best selling house cut on Beatport in 2008 (‘Lola’s Theme (08 Re-Edit)’) and in 2009 delivered remixes for Empire Of The Sun (‘We Are The People’), Natalie Imbruglia (‘Want’) and Kleerup feat. Titiyo (‘Longing For Lullabies’). Throughout 2009 they also collaborated with Frankie Knuckles on ‘The Ones You Love’, remixed Candi Staton (‘Musical Freedom) and compiled a digital compilation (‘Nocturnal Grooves : Vol.2 – Mixed By The Shapeshifters’) for their own Nocturnal Groove imprint. Their critically acclaimed ‘The Shapeshifters - 'In the House'’ DJ mix compilation was another success in an already impressive portfolio and The Shapeshifters also mixed the ‘Summadayze’ compilation to coincide with their Australian tour in January 2010. Throughout 2010, The Shapeshifters will hold a DJ residency for Defected @ Pacha (Ibiza – Summer 2010) as well as at their long running party hang ‘Nocturnal’, which has recently hosted events at Matter (London) and runs alongside their own Nocturnal Groove label. As well as continuing their extensive worldwide tour schedule, playing shows from Australia to Canada, Europe and South America to the Far East and everywhere else in between, in 2010 ‘The Shapeshifters’ Nocturnal Groove Radio Show’ will be launching online and broadcast through a range of international radio stations.

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Episode 15 : Shubs

Sat, 02 Apr 2011 00:00:00 -0400

March 2011 Episode Hosted by Shubs(image)

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Episode 14 : Nikhil Chinapa

Sat, 26 Mar 2011 13:22:17 -0400

To say that Nikhil Chinapa has donned many an avatar during his career, is like saying it snows in Alaska; a bit of an understatement. He morphs from DJ to VJ to MC to Music Promoter to Festival Director -some of his best known avatars - with amazing fluidity. He studied Architecture and graduated with a Thesis in Hospital Design. A year later and for reasons that scientists are still trying to understand, Nikhil joined MTV. He said, "I think it'll be fun." He was right. At MTV, Nikhil has hosted almost every show the channel has aired. From MTV Select - MTV's longest running show, it aired continuously for 10 years, to being the host of Splitsvilla, a judge on Roadies as well as Rock On and now host of MTV Mashups. Nikhil's Mom still thinks he's an idiot though and should get a real job. As a popular VJ, Nikhil got to spend a lot of time around his first love, music. In 2001, a conversation between friends resulted in the launch of Submerge - India's first, and now largest Indian Electronic Dance Music (EDM) company in India. By now, Nikhil had begun to DJ professionally and plays, well... whatever he feels like. His sets are moody, varied, often erratic but usually fun. Most of his sets feature frantic foot-stomping and the random flailing of arms - sometimes by him. They also feature music - the kind that has a repetitive monotonous beat and is best enjoyed at dangerous decibel levels. Nikhil is also a Festival Director at Sunburn, India's premiere EDM Festival. It's a boring job, but a bloody good event. Come by sometime.

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Episode 13 : Shubs

Sun, 06 Mar 2011 09:01:51 -0500

February 2011 Episode Hosted by Shubs(image)

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Episode 12 : Tuhin

Sat, 26 Feb 2011 09:01:52 -0500

Meet Tuhin Mehta, a DJ for whom 'radically different' is the norm. With a career spanning 16 years, and a sound that's developed from the first time he connected his CD players and a 2-channel mixer to his home system, Tuhin's DJ sets have scythed a niche for himself in India. His tunes varies from deep minimal tech to electro, to rumbling progressive bass-lines, to tribal, techno and trance; creating a musical palette that's diverse and fluid. Sold out clubs and delirious fans have labeled his unique style of playing "EnergiTech", a sound that hits you square in the torso, with seamless transitions loaded with hard hitting drums and quirky electronic melodies. As a producer, he is one half of the duo Brute Force, a collaboration that began many years ago with childhood friend Shane Mendonsa. Together, they've launched Brutal By Birth, the subcontinent's first independent house Label, promoting their unique brand of hard hitting, acid laden, bass heavy dance floor stompers.

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Episode 11 : Norman Doray

Wed, 02 Feb 2011 10:49:09 -0500

Norman grew up listening to music, thanks to his parents. Hearing Bob Sinclair or Daft Punk for the first time was a true shock to him; deeply influenced by them, Norman was quickly attracted to turntables and Djing. His first track was released in the spring of 2006 - “In The Name Of Love”, collaboration with friend Pierre De La Touche on the German label 'Starfunk Records'. Norman Doray’s second solo single “Krystal” was released at the end of September 08’, directly followed by a massive collaboration with Tristan Garner called “Last Forever”, which was his second Essential New Tune of the Pete Tong show in 2 years. Pete played it more than 10 times in his show. This track was one of the biggest club tracks of 2009. Due to this success, Norman is playing at all the best clubs in the world. 2009 was a big year for him. End of April saw Norman collaborate with the talented Swedish producer Albin Myers to create the track “Drink N’ Dial”. “Drink N’ Dial” was a massive success on the dance floors, another step for Norman. 2010 has been a big year for Norman, we've seen him release the massive dance floor bombs "Tobita" which was Essential New Tune in the Pete Tong Show, followed by 'Chase The Sun' with David Tort, which reached n°2 on Beatport for 3 weeks. He also did his own remix of Dirty South's 'Phazing' and was asked by Atlantic records to remix Toni Braxton's 'Make My Heart'. He is also on fire with some forthcoming tracks : ‘Home’ on Defected and ‘Tweet it’ on Size (Steve Angello's Label). Outside of the studio, Norman's also had a very busy year touring the globe, highlights including : Miami WMC (10 gigs in one week!), playing Pacha Ibiza for both David Guetta and The Swedish House Mafia, a Brazilian, Indian, Australian and a Japanese tour, gigs at the World's No1 club Sankeys in Manchester and festival sets at : Sunburn Festival (Goa), The Sunset Festival (UK) and Tomorrowland (BE). Norman is also resident at David Guetta's nightclub : F*** Me I’m Famous all over the world and has performed at venues like Mansion in Miami and Zenith concert hall in Paris.

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Episode 10 : Dheeraj Sareen

Tue, 01 Feb 2011 08:03:25 -0500

Billed by clubbers & critics as one of the rising stars of the Asian EDM scene, Dheeraj Sareen's sound has an emphasis on top notch Deep House & Tech House music. His recent productions been signed to Kaato Music and MakTub music. His tracks have all ready been supported by some of the best names in the industry, the likes of Ricardo Villalobos, Richie Hawtin, Anja Schneider, Audiofly, Paul Woolford, Chris Lattner, Franco Bianco, Jay Tripwire, Pawas, Anil Chawla, Pedramovich & many more respected artists. Dheeraj's first Release was also featured on the front page of the Beatport Deep House section. 2010 is set to be the biggest year musically for the young producer/DJ originally based in New Delhi, India but now settling down in San Francisco to study Audio Engineering at the prestigious San Francisco production house, Pyramind Studios. Also running a promising promotion company R&R :Rhythm&Reason with Jamaica Suk another young and upcoming San Francisco Producer. His DJ skills have been showcased all over India, playing at the likes of the Sunburn Festival, A winter tour with Jalebee Cartel, opening for Paul Woolford, Jay Haze, Martin Eyerer, Namito, Bjorne Wilke, Yahel, Moonbeam etc, this led him to grow well in the highly competitive San Francisco House scene being booked at legendary venues like Vessel, Mighty, 222 Hyde, Otis, and playing alongside the likes of Jamie Jones, Lee Foss, Lee Burridge & Cassy. 2009 was a stepping stone for this young DJ's career with track selection & exceptional flow being his forte, 2010 and beyond is all set to showcase his production skills and passion for quality organic Deep House music.

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Episode 9 : Shubs

Tue, 01 Feb 2011 08:01:56 -0500

January 2011 Episode hosted by Shubs(image)

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Episode 8 : AFM

Thu, 06 Jan 2011 05:02:31 -0500

High energy and infectious enthusiasm are some of the adjectives that are synonymous with the name Arnold Misquitta fondly known as 'Arnold from Mumbai '(AFM) in the Global Dance Music Scene. Arnold hails from Mumbai but is at home in almost every city in the country. For that matter, his name is now a household one in the genre of electronica not only in India but across continents. From DJ to Producer to Musician, Arnold's pieces are an amalgamation of innovative ideas that are uniquely creative and original. His panache & signature mix style give his audiences the platform they crave. Deriving inspiration across all genres, Arnold's versatility is his forte that emerges through his adventurous musical creations. Having performed at housefull venues such as Blue Frog (Mumbai) ,Aurus (Mumbai) ,Zenzi Mills (Mumbai),Club Cubana (Goa), Elevate (Delhi), Pasha and Leather Bar (Chennai), Club Platinum (Nepal), Kosmo and Taika (Bangalore) plus festivals such as GO:Madras, 9 feet high (Chennai), Mahashivratri (Nepal), MTC Beer (Mumbai); Along with sets featured on Digiprana Show NYC FM 90.3,Frisky Radio,Global Dance Radio among others ;His tracks are also featured in playlists by the industries Top artists ,his skills as a musician shine!

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Episode 7 : Shubs

Thu, 06 Jan 2011 05:01:19 -0500

December 2010 Episode hosted by Shubs(image)

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Episode 6 : John 00 Fleming Essential Mix

Mon, 13 Dec 2010 20:21:18 -0500

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Episode 5 : Christopher Lawrence

Mon, 06 Dec 2010 11:09:11 -0500

Voted the #4 DJ in the World by DJ Magazine's prestigious 'Top 100' poll for 2006, Christopher Lawrence is recognized worldwide as one of the World's top DJs and producers. Dubbed "A Superstar DJ" by the US's URB and "One Of The Most Popular DJs On The Global Circuit" by DJ Magazine, Christopher Lawrence is one of the biggest, most respected and popular names in dance music today. Once an outsider in a world dominated by European and UK DJs, Christopher has risen to the top of the international dance music heap. He is now considered one of the key global players and America's leading dance music export, playing his tough techno trance sets main stage at the world's biggest festivals and superclubs.

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Episode 4 : Lost Stories

Wed, 20 Oct 2010 00:20:47 -0400

Prayag Mehta (23) and Rishab Joshi (19) were fans of electronic music since many years till they decided to collaborate to produce music back in the first half of 2008, under the alias "Lost Stories". The combination of Prayag's progressive sounds and Rishab's uplifting melodies were too compelling for the global electronica industry, and today they can proudly boast of tremendous support from 8 of the top 10 DJs of the world and remixes for electronica legends like Andy Moor and Markus Schulz. That the world's very best are playing Lost Stories' tracks with unfailing regularity is testimony to the fact that Lost Stories have their finger on the pulse of the global dancefloor: the essence of being good DJs. The future for this young duo looks very exciting. Their upcoming tracks include a couple of major collaborations & exclusives! Having already played alongside prominent artistes such as Andy Moor, Kyau vs Albert, Mat Zo and Anhken, the guys have built their live performance foundation well. They've had some great gigs in Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Goa, Bangalore, Hyderabad & Pune, including a DJ set alongside superstars like Chicane and Sister Bliss at the Bacardi Blast 2009! Their fans are not surprised that Lost Stories have also been announced as the first confirmed act for Sunburn Goa 2010 - Asia's leading dance music festival. The duo still has a long way to go, with many more live performances & DJ gigs in the pipeline, that continually push the boundaries of conventional "DJ-ing" through live keyboard elements & effects, culminating in complete & total supremacy over dancefloors worldwide!

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Episode 3 : Shubs

Wed, 20 Oct 2010 00:20:41 -0400

October 2010 Episode hosted by Shubs(image)

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Episode 2 : Azhar & Sailen

Wed, 22 Sep 2010 00:20:27 -0400

Nightshift prides itself in being a night of quality underground EDM and absolutely no commercial cheese. Together, Sailen & Azhar play a blend of deep house and minimal early, moving into bouncy disco tech house and peaking with mean in your face techno. Unlike many DJs who play on CDJs, they make it a point to only play on vinyl and turntables, an art > that is slowly dying yet certainly has its charm. With Nightshift coming along grandly and getting exposure in various clubs, Sailen & Azhar have made a name for themselves and are slowly but surely building a solid fan base in the city. Recently, Sailen and Azhar opened for Bangalore legend Vachan Chinnappa at a Submerge Sunday gig in Fuga, as well as, played a warm up slot at iDANCE 2010 festival alongside, Vachan, Ma Faiza and Jalebee Cartel.

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