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First premiered in late 2011, Australian twin sisters Miriam and Olivia Nervo link up with Canadian duo Sultan and Shepherd to release their collaborative debut single on Strictly Rhythm titled ‘Army’.

Leading with the infectious melodics that have pervaded their studio outputs respectively, their turn to the slightly more mainstream coasts of urban crossovers sees them bring aboard pop associate turned all-around enthusiast Omarion. Thankfully, their inoffensive radio-friendly offering marks maybe not their most ambitious track to date, but certainly one that hones in on the exciting mainstream capabilities that they all have worked towards.

Out now on Beatport and Spotify.

First premiered in late 2011, Australian twin sisters Miriam and Olivia Nervo link up with Canadian duo Sultan and Shepherd to officially preview their collective debut on Strictly Rhythm in the form of ‘Army’.

Leading with the infectious melodics that have pervaded their studio outputs, their turn to the slightly more mainstream coasts of urban crossovers sees them bring aboard pop associate turned all-around enthusiast Omarion. Thankfully, their inoffensive radio-friendly offering marks maybe not their most ambitious track to date, but certainly one that hones in on the exciting mainstream capabilities that they all have worked towards.

Out February 5th.

Off the back of their last single ‘Thank You’ for Ultra Music, Size Records endorsed duo Jonnie Macaire and Harry Bass, better known to the world as Third Party, are on hand with their instantly recognizable melodic guise to take on Sultan & Ned Shepard’s forthcoming single alongside Thomas Sagstad.

Ahead of a hotly tipped fourth original for Size in ‘Lights‘, Third Party are back on remix duty to follow up their take on Wynter Gordon earlier this year with a remix for the latest release off Harem Records, ‘Somebody To Love’. Further upping the post-summer excitement, Macaire and Bass match the perfectly pitched top line of Dirty Vegas-vocalist Steve Smith with enchanting lead play and potent drum work to further the believes that the remainder of 2012 is unlikely to be a quiet one if this Essex two-piece have their way.

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Off the back of their last single ‘Thank You’ for Ultra Music, Size Records endorsed duo Jonnie Macaire and Harry Bass, better known to the world as Third Party, are on hand with their instantly recognizable melodic guise to take on Sultan & Ned Shepard’s forthcoming single alongside Thomas Sagstad.

Ahead of a hotly tipped fourth original for Size, Third Party are back on remix duty to follow up their take on Wynter Gordon earlier this year with a remix for the next release off Harem Records, ‘Somebody To Love’. Further upping the post-summer excitement, Macaire and Bass match the perfectly pitched top line of Dirty Vegas-vocalist Steve Smith with enchanting lead play and potent drum work to further the believes that the remainder of 2012 is unlikely to be a quiet one if this Essex two-piece have their way.

Update (31/8): The release is set for September 10.

Update (31/8): Official preview added. The Third Party remix starts at 2:43.

Now a universally acclaimed beacon for the present and future of Electronic Dance Music, Holland’s original superstar DJ and globally refined icon Tiësto remains a glorious indicator of the staggering heights now scaled by his craft. Replacing the hustle and bustle of Vegas for the sandy beaches and swanky art deco fashions of Miami, Volume 2 of his Club Life series of compilations embraces the cities longstanding relationship with the EDM industry while building upon the positive energy currently surrounding it.

From his own euphoric House cut ‘Chasing Summers’ to already renowned collaborations alongside Wolfgang Gartner for ‘We Own The Night’ and Swanky Tunes for ‘Make Some Noise’, Tiësto’s pervasive studio energy remains as solid as ever. But where his high-end remixes for the likes of Gotye’s ‘Somebody That I Used to Know’ and Coldplay’s ‘Paradise’ speak solid praise for the high profile assets now boasted by electronic music, a solid influx of fresh talent from the likes of Sultan and Ned Shepard for ‘Walls’ and Breda peer Hardwell’s joint remix of ‘Young Blood’ highlight Tiësto’s ongoing plight alongside Musical Freedom to keep the fresh talent flowing.

Timing perfectly with his inauguration to Miami super club Liv, Club Life Volume 2 is a solid insight into America’s flourishing enthusiasm for club music to which Europe is still confidently fuelling.

Tiësto – Club Life Volume Two Miami [Musical Freedom Records] – iTunes Link
Spotify Link
Beatport Link

Tiësto & Swanky Tunes feat. Ben McInerney – Make Some Noise
The Naked & The Famous – Young Blood (Tiësto & Hardwell Remix)

Sultan & Ned Shepard feat. Quilla – Walls

Coldplay – Paradise (Tiësto Remix)

Full tracklisting:

01. Tiësto – Miami
02. Tiësto – Chasing Summers
03. Tiësto & Wolfgang Gartner feat. Luciana – We Own The Night
04. Tiësto – What Can We Do (A Deeper Love) (Third Party Remix)
05. Baggi Begovic feat. Josie Cotton – If A Lie Was Love (‘Knal’ Mix)
06. Gotye feat. Kimbra – Somebody That I Used To Know (Tiësto Remix)
07. Coldplay – Paradise (Tiësto Remix)
08. Ned Shepard & Sultan feat. Quilla – Walls
09. The Naked & Famous – Young Blood (Tiësto & Hardwell Remix)
10. John Dahlback – Life
11. John de Sohn feat. Andreas Moe – Long Time
12. Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl feat. Georgi Kay – In My Mind (Axwell Mix)
13. Avesta – Arena
14. Afrojack & Shermanology – Can’t Stop Me (Tiësto Remix)
15. Tiësto & Swanky Tunes feat. Ben McInerney – Make Some Noise
16. Tiësto – Maximal Crazy
17. Tiësto – Las Vegas (Moska Remix)
18. Tiësto – Club Life Vol. 2 (Miami) (Continuous DJ Mix)
19. The Making of Club Life (Video)

Words by Dan Carter

Few producers have managed to maintain their studio output with such stamina and consistency as Montreal duo Sultan and Ned Shepard. Coming off a widely acknowledged collaboration with Morgan Page and BT as well as a remix for Madonna, the Canadian pair presents us a new original of theirs, teaming up with songstress Quilla for ‘Walls’. Having donned their remix of Kaskade’s ‘Fire In Your Shoes’ to last year’s Las Vegas edition of Tiësto’s compilation series, 2012 see’s Sultan & Ned Shepard attain a more essential role amid the second edition of Tiësto’s Club Life compilations with ‘Walls’.

Dealing in unprecedented vocal stylings on Quilla’s behalf and a synth-filled and emotively charged lead, ‘Walls’ see’s itself becoming not only the duo’s second release in 2012 but one of the more potent contributions for the Miami edition of Club Life.

‘Walls’ will be released on April 24th via Musical Freedom.

/Anton

Having caught the attention of all major players in electronic dance music with his A-listed Lick The Rainbow record in April, Plasmapool’s most intriguing hitman strikes again by taking on the Grammy nominated Morgan Page’s latest single offering – In The Air, also starring Sultan, Ned Shepard, BT and an astounding vocal from Angela McCluskey. Whilst preserving the peerless harmony making up the original, Mord Fustang also adds his flawlessly experimental contrast of elements from dubstep, French house and progressive for the third remix on In The Air, following the ones from Hardwell and Hard Rock Sofa. With an unstoppable soar of the Estonian’s prestigious reputation, Fustang comes off his most recent single release, Magic Trooper, to throw around samples of the bone-thrilling vocal from McCluskey in his debut on Nettwerk Music!

Morgan Page, Sultan, Ned Shepard & BT feat. Angela McCluskey – In The Air (Mord Fustang Remix) [Nettwerk Music] – Beatport Link

/Anton

Having caught the attention of all major players in electronic dance music with his A-listed Lick The Rainbow record in April, Plasmapool’s most intriguing hitman strikes again by taking on the Grammy nominated Morgan Page’s latest single offering – In The Air, also starring Sultan, Ned Shepard, BT and an astounding vocal from Angela McCluskey. Whilst preserving the peerless harmony making up the original, Mord Fustang also adds his flawlessly experimental contrast of elements from dubstep, French house and progressive for the third remix on In The Air, following the ones from Hardwell and Hard Rock Sofa. With an unstoppable soar of the Estonian’s prestigious reputation, Fustang comes off his most recent single release, Magic Trooper, to throw around samples of the bone-thrilling vocal from McCluskey in his upcoming debut on Nettwerk Music on October 26th, have a listen!

/Anton

Boiling hot off the back from the revealing of their new single with Swanky Tunes, entitled Phantom, the trio, that chocked the complete industry to its fullest with the launch of Blow Up via Axtone in January, offers us their next output. Not only did the harmonic original of In The Air race up the charts, but the clubbier version from Hardwell has given plenty attention to the pronounced ancestry alongside its striking effort, done on Beatport’s general charting. Just as many assumed the track from Grammy-nominated Morgan PageNed ShepardSultanand BT was starting to fade away, In The Air ups the stakes as Hard Rock Sofa’s heavy rendition has come into light. Going on the heels of their recent single out from Spinnin Records, True Emotion, and the remixes on Don’t Cry and One Day At A Time, the discordantly catchy vocals from Angela McCluskey are playing a major role in the superb break that opens up for the raving drop, courtesy of the Russian production outfit. It’s out now via Nettwerk Music!

Morgan Page, Sultan, Ned Shepard & BT feat. Angela McCluskey – In The Air (Hard Rock Sofa Remix) [Nettwerk Music] – Beatport Link

/Anton

Boiling hot off the back from the revealing of their new single with Swanky Tunes, entitled Phantom, the trio, that chocked the complete industry to its fullest with the launch of Blow Up via Axtone in January, offers us a taster of their next output. Not only did the harmonic original of In The Air race up the charts, but the clubbier version from Hardwell has given plenty attention to the pronounced ancestry alongside its striking effort, done on Beatport’s general charting. Just as many assumed the track from Grammy-nominated Morgan Page, Ned Shepard, Sultan and BT was starting to fade away, In The Air ups the stakes as Hard Rock Sofa’s heavy rendition has come into light. Going on the heels of their recent single out from Spinnin Records, True Emotion, and the remixes on Don’t Cry and One Day At A Time, the discordantly catchy vocals from Angela McCluskey are playing a major role in the superb break that opens up for the raving drop, courtesy of the Russian production outfit. It’s due out on September 28th via Nettwerk Music, have a listen!

/Anton

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