Sebastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash’s massive hit along with John Martin’s official music video for “Reload” will be coming out soon. Above is a extremely short teaser to get you ready for it! Check it out!
Adventure Club has just released their mix series titled Superheroes Anonymous Volume 1. The 40 minute mix features tracks by Sebastian Ingrosso, Nicky Romero, Chuckie, Candyland, Krewella, and many more. Check it out below and download it for free. For the full tracklist click through the break.
Sebastian Ingrosso and Tommy Trash’s massive hit “Reload” has finally been given vocals thanks to John Martin. You might remember John Martin from his amazing vocals on “Save The World” and “Don’t You Worry Child.” Pete Tong just premiered the track as his Essenital New Tune. Check it out below as we wait for the official release.
Alesso has just released a mini mix that he did on New Years Eve for BBC Radio 1. The mix features 8 tracks and covers music by Sander Van Doorn, Sebastian Ingrosso, Tommy Trash, Calvin Harris, Dirty South, as well as himself. Listen and download it for free below. Click through the break for the full tracklist!
Insomniac Event’s White Wonderland took place several days ago on New Year’s Eve in Anaheim, California. The all white party was huge and was stacked with DJ sets by Dannic, Hardwell, Avicii, Madeon, Bingo Players, Sebastian Ingrosso, Dash Berlin, Darin Epsilon, Ferry Corsten, Tritonal, and Above & Beyond. It was an awesome event to be apart of and whether you were there or not now you can check out several sets from the night. Below are Avicii, Madeon, Bingo Players, and Ferry Forsten’s sets. Check them out and download for free.
Kaskade is at it again with another amazing mash up. This time he takes two of my favorite songs being his own “Eyes” along with Sebastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash’s “Reloaded.” The vocals from “Eyes” fit perfectly in between those strong drops from “Reloaded.” Unfortunately he doesn’t have it up for download yet but you can listen to it below.
Philadelphia based The Drop is back again with their weekly podcast series. The 35th episode of their mix is a hour in a half long featuring a Free Fest mix. The mix includes tracks by Zedd, John Dahlback, Marco V, Sebastian Ingrosso, Pierce Fulton, and more. Featured in the Free Fest mix are tracks by Above & Beyond, Porter Robinson, Skrillex, Kaskade, Avicii, and more. Make sure to subscribe and download the mix from iTunes. For the full tracklist click through the break.
The second episode to Sebastian Ingrosso’s Refune Radio is out now and it features some of the best tracks out right now. With tracks like Tommy Trash’s remix to “Ladi Dadi”, Qulinez’s “Troll, Eric Prydz’s remix to “Midnight City” and more, this mix is filled with nonstop awesome music. Pick up the hour long mix below and see the tracklist after the break.
One of last years greatest tracks has finally been released with vocals. Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso’s track “Calling” was and still is a complete anthem. By adding the vocals of One Republic’s Ryan Tedder the track becomes a bit more euphoric and gives everyone something to sing about. Such an amazing track! Now that you have heard both do you prefer the instrumental or vocal version?
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Oh My God! How did I miss this? Alesso through up the full vocal version of his and Sebastian Ingrosso’s 2011 hit Calling. Apart of Swedish House Mafia’s Radio 1 Takeover show from 2/17, we now have the full radio rip. This vocal version features the vocals of One Republic’s Ryan Tedder. Seriously such an amazing song and the vocals going beautiful with this already brilliant track. I can’t wait for the official song to be released.
Otto Knows has just released his first single on Sebastian Ingrosso’s label, Refune. The track titled Million Voices seems to be titled that for a reason with its melodic vocals turned into a beat throughout the whole song. Definitely a cool little track but I look forward to what else Otto Knows puts out.
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We heard our first preview of the vocal version of Calling last week (which was a good 11 seconds) but now we get a new one of 23 seconds. Not much of a big deal but I guess die hard fans of this track will be excited to hear a little bit more. These guys are just killing us with these small snippets of the song. I can’t really tell how I feel yet about this track but I’m sure once it is released it will be a hit.