Rank #1: #29 - Sean&Bobo Electro House Mix
Sean&Bobo is a Swedish DJ and producer duo. They have received support from Hardwell, Afrojack, Quintino, DJ Bl3nd and many more. They specialize in EDM, Trap, Hiphop, Reggea and Hardstyle and founded their own label SB Records in 2014.
1. Sean&Bobo - Viking (Original Mix)
2. Sean&Bobo - Festival (Original Mix)
3. Sean&Bobo - Cockblock (Original Mix)
4. Digital Militia - Here & Now (Original Mix)
5. Blak Lukers - Whistle (Original Mix)
6. Sean&Bobo - Digital World (Original Mix)
7. Zarrella - Etna (Original Mix)
8.Dual Color & Erik Phelan - Riot (Original Mix)
9. Sean&Bobo - Fast Food (Original Mix)
10. Sean&Bobo - Pussymagnet (Original Mix)
11. Sean&Bobo - CS (Original Mix)
12. Sean&Bobo - Cheers Vs The Islands (Blackstripe Mashup)
13. B-Case - Lucky Luke (Sean&Bobo Official Remix)
14. Sean&Bobo - Orale (Original Mix)
Rank #2: #28 - Syn Cole Electro House Mix
From Estonia to the heart of modern dance music, Syn Cole has wasted no time setting his name in stone as an essential young breakout. Celebrated by Myspace, Vibe, Dancing Astronaut and EDM Tunes alike as one of the hottest artists of 2014, this is a year for the taking for the man behind a consistent string of versatile club hits.
A formally trained pianist introduced to electronic music’s more euphoric ranks, Rene found creative harmony in his mission to unite multiple genres and stand for more than just obnoxious drops. As a result, Syn Cole has become a name renowned for keeping the big room melodic and in constant progression.
Known for fusing electro, funky and progressive sounds, the young Estonian fast became an obvious choice for ever expanding stronghold LE7ELS. Kick-off remix duties for ‘Silhouettes’ saw the first of many Radio One spotlights, leaving debut single ‘April’ to show the newfound talent stand on his own two feet. While his second remix for the label ‘Hey Brother’ sparked both radio and DJ support across the globe, ‘Miami 82’ made big waves at the final leap of 2013. One instrumental, a remix from Avicii and a vocal mix later, this was the point of no return. The blog sphere exploded with support, the airwaves consistently celebrated his sound and finally, Syn Cole was firmly established as a new age leader of the electronic dance community.
1. Avicii - You Make Me (Throttle Remix) (PRMD)
2. Syn Cole - Miami 82 (Vocal Mix) (LE7ELS)
3. Avicii - Hey Brother (Syn Cole Remix) (PRMD)
4. Deorro - Five Hours (LE7ELS)
5. New World Sound & Osen feat. Juanita Timpanaro - Colors (LE7ELS)
6. Avicii - Silhouettes (Syn Cole Remix) (LE7ELS)
7. Syn Cole - April (LE7ELS)
8. Avicii - Addicted To You (Sick Individuals Remix) (PRMD)
Rank #3: #27 - Cappa Regime Electro House Mix
Cappa Regime is a creative collective composed of Jake Kasheta, Shane Sherzai, Richard Nash (Rykr), Rob Enea (Erratic), and Charlie Doughan. With complementary production skills and a mastery of instruments ranging from piano to drums to guitar, they are endeavoring to break out of the "banger" soundscape that EDM has constructed for itself.
In the studio, they aren't confined to a single genre, and channel influences as disparate as The Isley Brothers and E40. They produce melodic, expectation defying tracks to keep bodies moving and fresh minds blown. This year, Cappa Regime played a West Coast tour culminating in a play at Coachella, and were also chosen to play at EDC Las Vegas and Beyond Wonderland. Their live show is an energetic amalgamation of many dance genres; they integrate urban, vintage, and modern electronic dance elements throughout, so it has something for everyone.
Their most recent remix of James Egbert’s Exit Wounds was endorsed by the artist, and hailed as “brilliant” by EDM.com. They also just released a 2 track EP with Play Me Records. Constantly creating new content, they plan on releasing collaborations with Nina Sung and Del The Funky Homosapien (one of his first electronic collaborations since his work with Gorillaz) in spring of 2014.
Cappa Regime - Dr. Feelgood (Play Me Records)
Cappa Regime - Somebody Somewhere (Play Me Records)
Cappa Regime - So Retro
Cappa Regime - Phunk
Cappa Regime - Cali Girls
Cappa Regime - After The Disco
James Egbert - Exit Wounds (Cappa Regime Remix)
Rank #4: #26 - Ryan Enzed Electro House Mix
Ryan Enzed is New Zealand’s number one ranked Electro-House DJ. From humble beginnings as a self-taught music producer Enzed has stormed his way into the EDM scene.
Enzed’s success originated via his cult Youtube channel “nzmusic101.” Since its inception Enzed’s easy going approach to teaching music production, coupled with his trademark kiwi accent, has won over 28,000 subscribers and attracted almost 5 million views.
Building upon his established Youtube fan base Enzed has released multiple charting singles on Beatport. His tracks are known for their melodic yet aggressive approach. Tracks like ‘FTCA’ as well as collaborations with other EDM stars like Alex Mind and FTAMPA climbed quickly into Beatport’s top 20. Enzed’s best known track, his remix of Porter Robinson’s “I’m on Fire” was an instant hit in the EDM community. His remixes are sought after and have included releases on the Ministry of Sound New Zealand.
Enzed is also a successful DJ. He has played alongside many of EDM’s big names. He opened for Feed Me on his NZ tour and supported Lazy Rich, Mord Fustang, Far Too Loud and Cold Blank. Enzed has featured at many of New Zealand’s biggest dance parties with major international acts like David Guetta, Zedd, Cedric Gervais Hard Rock Sofa and What So Not. He is currently a resident DJ at Auckland's number 1 nightclub CODE where you can catch him there every weekend playing anything from bumpin' electro to Melbourne Bounce.
1. Minero - Electromancer (Original Mix) - Enzed Recordings
2. Alex Mind & Ryan Enzed - Let It Go feat. Sue Cho (Original Mix) - Enzed Recordings
3. Robert Firth - Preacher (Original Mix) - Enzed Recordings
4. Ryan Enzed & Holly-J - Get With It (Original Mix) - Free Download
5. Ryan Enzed - My House (Original Mix) - Free Download
6. Ryan Enzed & FTampa - Brazealand (Original Mix) - Enzed Recordings
7, Ryan Enzed feat. Tiger K - Never Again (Original Mix) - Dim Mak Recordings
8. Ryan Enzed & Vodge Diper - Reckless (Original Mix) - Enzed Recordings
9 The Odd Chaps feat. JACQ - Wisdome (Rowe & Gardner Remix) - Enzed Recordings
Rank #5: #25 - Rush Cobra Electro House Mix
Rush Cobra has a unique style loaded with energy and bass, and he is part of the electro house elite in Mexico. He has shared the stage with artists like Cyber Punkers, Belzebass, G Tronic, Mustard Pimp ,Pelussje, Vicarious Bliss, Cold Blank. Jumbo, Silverio and many many more.
Knight Of Rhythm - Funky (Rush Cobra Remix) DIGITAL COMPLEX REC.
Rush Cobra - El Taiger (Original Mix) GOLD CORE REC.
Rush Cobra - Rawr (Original Mix) ROCKFORCE REC.
Rush Cobra & Electroshock - Seven Teen (Original Mix) TERS MUSIC.
Rush Cobra - Right Meow (Bazttek Remix) DIGITAL EMPIRE REC.
Old Dirty Bass Line - Gaz Mask & Black Pants (Rush Cobra Remix) DIGITAL EMPIRE REC.
Hot Shit! - Laser Attack (Original Mix) DIGITAL EMPIRE REC
Lazy Rich & Hirshee - Damage Control (Enrique Navarrete Remix) COC4INE.
Rush Cobra - Seil (Original Mix) DIGITAL EMPIRE REC.
Rank #6: #24 - Kastra Electro House Mix
Hailing from Asbury Park, NJ, a town deeply rooted in rock history, Kastra (Ray Decker) is a true product of his environment. It was his early exposure to this prolific rock scene and the raw sounds of legends like Bruce Springsteen that influenced Kastra by shaping his musical taste and nurturing a deep desire to produce and perform his own brand of raw and exciting electronic music.
From the young age of 14, Ray began composing simple guitar melodies. Building his music knowledge and learning to play various other instruments like bass and drums, Kastra was on his way to becoming a well-known musician in his own right. It was after a chance encounter with genre-bending music trailblazers Ghostland Observatory at Bonnaroo that Kastra was first exposed to experimental electronic music and was immediately drawn to it.
Kastra’s early success has not halted his enthusiastic work ethic. He released the "SPANK!" EP for free in the Summer of 2013 which resonated with his fans and is featured in DJ sets globally. He also is in the second year of his podcast for the The Drop radio with his good friend and fellow producer Aylen. His ongoing pursuit to creatively, and musically express himself to his growing fan base have sent him back into the studio. With numerous releases and projects underway, Ray is poised for the future.
PRFFTT & Svyable - Shakin! (Original Mix) - UNRELEASED
Gazzo - Funky Beats (Original Mix) - Flamingo Recordings - UNRELEASED
Kastra - Dollabillz (Original Mix) - UNRELEASED
Kastra - Get On It (Original Mix) - Free Download
Kastra feat. PKeys - Knockout (Original Mix) - UNRELEASED
The Disco Fries - Murika (Tommie Sunshine & Live City Remix) - Liftoff Recordings
Kastra - SPANK! (Original Mix) - Free Download
Damien Anthony - Sneak Attack (Original Mix) - Liftoff Recordings
Aylen - Rapid Fire (Original Mix) - Free Download
Novaspace feat. Marie L - Give It Up (Kastra Remix) - Pyramid Recordings
Kastra - Move Ur Feet (Original Mix) - Macro Records - UNRELEASED
Rank #7: #23 - Subshock Electro House Mix
In just two years of making music, the 25-year old producer Subshock has become one of the most respected Spanish EDM producers in the world. In just a year of producing music, Subshock's music was played by Skrillex, Lazy Rich, Excision and Drum & Bass mastermind Dieselboy. His music is now signed to Universal, Rottun and Freakz Me Out and he's now actively playing clubs and festivals around the world.
1. Subshock - Turn Up The Bass
2. Subshock - Just Some Samples
3. Subshock - Lethal Industry
4. Subshock & Voltage - On Time
5. Subshock - Evolve
6. Subshock - Back Up VIP
7. Subshock - Gold Diggers
8. Subshock feat. The Score- Fire
9. Subshock - Bounce
10. Subshock & Voltage - Hardcore House Motherf*cker
11. Voltage - War Drum (Subshock Official Remix)
12. Sushock- The Hard Way
Rank #8: #22 - DUVOH Electro House Mix
Going a few years back, somewhere in the middle of 2009, two friends where invited to a DJ after-school class and little did they know that it would change their lives forever! Francisco Estrada & Francisco Martinez immediately began perfecting their new DJ hobby. A few moths later, they where both playing individual gig's and party's.
In 2011, both Francisco's decided to join forces and start producing their own music together. They began producing Hard Electro & Complextro under the name "This Is Massive" and gained a great fan base by signing "Reach Out" to Plasmapool Records. Later that year, "This Is Massive" will also hit #43 on the Beatport Top 100 Electro House charts with their track "Shock Top" released under PandaFunk Records.
In 2013, DUVOH went on a small Tour as a supporting act for DEORRO & has gained lots of support from Hardwell, Tiesto, Laidback Luke, Deorro and many more. Their most recent release, "Get Ready For This" was named Demo of the week on Hardwell podcast "Hardwell on Air". This is just the beginning for DUVOH! Keep an eye out for these guys, they come to demolish dance floors and take over the scene!
1. DNNYD & Duvoh - Let's Get It Started (Original Mix)
2. ZooFunktion & Duvoh - We Do It Again (Original Mix)
3. Deorro & Duvoh - Black (Original Mix)
4. Duvoh - RPM (Original Mix)
5. Duvoh - ID
6. Duvoh - Encore (Original Mix)
7. Duvoh - Get Ready For This (Original Mix)
8. Duvoh - ID
9. Duvoh - I Want You Mine (Original Mix)
10. Deorro & Duvoh - ID
Rank #9: #21 - WHYEL Electro House Mix
It all started by watching DJ Q-Bert destroying it on the tables, followed shortly after by Tiesto lighting up a crowd. This was the inspiration needed for what led to an ongoing journey, a purpose, a movement, a lifestyle. This was the beginnings of a young DJ/producer known today as Whyel.
Years of hard work and dedication finally paid off when Whyel was contacted by rising superstar DJ Deorro and signed to PandaFunk Records/Crazyness Ent. With the PandaFam behind him, Whyel began to establish a sound and style he could truly call his own. His debut single "Ray Ban" was quickly scooped up and signed to Dim Mak Records, and has since generated mass amounts of support from big names such as Hardwell, Martin Garrix, Nicky Romero, Carnage, Dillion Francis, Deorro, and many more.
This is only the beginning for Whyel and his future couldn’t look more promising. With his signature "Moombah" switch ups and big anthem drops, Whyel keeps his listeners dancing both on and off the dancefloor. From his corky personality to his passion for music, Whyel has all the criteria needed to become the superstar he has always dreamed!
WHYEL - Id
WHYEL - Id
WHYEL & ZooFunktion - Friends
WHYEL & Kimkat - Roll With Me
WHYEL - Vybe
WHYEL - Id
WHYEL - Bronx Bounce
Epic Twelve - Never Enough (WHYEL Remix)
WHYEL & Cratesz - Id
WHYEL - Ray Ban
Rank #10: #20 - Owl Vision Electro House Mix
Dark cinematic soundscapes.
Powerful majestic beats.
Swedish death electro.
Owl Vision is the project of Gothenburg, Sweden’s Johannes Arnesson who creates dark, powerful melodies and basslines. What started as experimenting and sampling records to produce hip hop beats soon grew into what he calls, ”Death Electro”.
The original productions as well as the remixes for other artists are spreading succesfully through blogs and online stores all over the globe. Owl Vision have, for instance, had music featured in famous TV series SKINS, been chosen ”Unsigned Hype” by Kissy Sellout on BBC Radio 1, done official remixes for In Flames, Toxic Avenger, Adam Tensta among others and reached the top 10 on The Hype Machine popular chart several times.
Named after his first EP in 2008, Owl Vision created the label Comorbid Records, a company that now releases various artists and has it’s base in Gothenburg.
Having played all the biggest festivals and venues in Sweden (Way Out West, Arvika Festival, Dans Dakar, Emmaboda Festival, Debaser, etc) and sharing stage with artists such as: Gesaffelstein, Noisia, Kill The Noise, Congorock, Breakbot, Mord Fustang, Style Of Eye, Toxic Avenger and many more, Owl Vision is now touring Europe and soon the world.
1. Owl Vision - Dystopia (Comorbid Records)
2. Owl Vision - Myths (Comorbid Records)
3. Owl Vision - Holy Shit (Comorbid Records)
4. Owl Vision - Kommak (Comorbid Records)
5. Owl Vision - Witchcraft (Comorbid Records)
6. Owl Vision - Kill Me Now (Comorbid Records)
7. Owl Vision - Lightshy (Comorbid Records)
8. Owl Vision - Dear Evil (Comorbid Records)
9. Owl Vision - Devilish (Comorbid Records)
10. Owl Vision - Kill 'em, Fuck 'em, Eat 'em (Comorbid Records)
11. Owl Vision - All Black Everything (Comorbid Records)