Here are a few sick tracks that should make your weekend, unless of course you are a Carolina Panthers fan because then there's really no hope for you. Now is the time to start making your New Years Eve plans for 2013 and do it bigger than the year before. The two festivals I'm featuring should make that decision easy for you.
Wolfgang Gartner may be one of the best producers and dj's on the planet right now. He called Love & War some of the best music he's ever made and we agree. It's electro-house with a deep sound that resonates with you. Purchase it on Beatport.
Cazzette's style is branded as "dub house" and the duo is managed by Ash Pournouri who's the main reason why everyone in the world knows about some guy named Avicii. Get to know them.
For those who are fans of Pretty Lights, Manic Focus does a pretty spot on impression of Derrick Vincent Smith's electrohiphopsoul.
Coyote Kisses won the Mad Decent Remix competition with this trapstyle remix of Clockwork's Titan.
Laidback Luke throws his signature build and big room sound on this remix of the Austin Leeds tune.
PSY's Gangnam style is a viral internet sensation and he'll actually be working with Justin Bieber in the future. It was only a matter of time before it got that trap treatment.
Bounce Music Festival announced phase one of their college tour that includes stops in Raleigh, Mesa and Nashville with some of the biggest names in edm. Last year MTV named Bounce one of the top five edm festivals in the US.
Lights All Night just posted their lineup for their New Years Eve dance festival that takes place in Dallas, Texas. Tiesto, Avicii, Bassnectar, Calvin Harris and Axwell will bring you into 2013.
SnowGlobe returns to Lake Tahoe, California and features performances from Deadmau5, Chromeo, Madeon and more. Take a week off of work, get your friends together, rent a house, hit the slopes and then the festival. I can't imagine anything better than that.
Sensation released the lineup for their inaugural event taking place October 26/27 at the new Barclay's Center in Brooklyn. What stands out to me is that it's free from the same names we keep seeing over and over again. Tickets for Friday are still available and this may be the biggest dance music event to ever come to the United States.