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We have waited weeks for an official announcement from Insomniac events on when and where the the legendary EDM festival (Electric Daisy Carnival) will be Held. Today the official announcement was posted on Insomniacs website. The event will be May 24th – 26th (Memorial Day Weekend) at the Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, IL. The event will be 18+ to enter and 21+ to consume alcohol. The event spread out over 5 stages will have a capacity of over 300,000 people. 3 day general admission and VIP tickets will go on sale for EDC Chicago 2013 on Wednesday January 23rd at 12pm. As an added bonus it was also announced that for the first time at a EDC event tickets will be sold for camping. Chicago land speedway is located at 500 speedway Blvd. Joliet, IL. Stay tuned to Fusion Radio for all you updates on this massive event.
Is it just us or is the Fusion Playlist getting HOT?! This week Michael Woods Ft. Ester Dean “We’ve Only Just Begun” Hits the #1 spot on Fusion Radio! We love the vocals from Ester Dean and can’t wait for her next music release. The #2 spot went to David Morales & Polina “Stay”, #3 is Nervo & Hook N Sling “Reason”. Our #4 spot is a brand new track on Fusion Radio “I Could Be The One” with Superstar DJ’s Avicii and Nicky Romero! If this is any sign of whats to come in 2013 we I think you might all be blown away. Keep up the great work Dance Artists and Fans! Here is the rest of the Top 100 Chart for the week of 01-14-2013.
|Fusion Radio Chicago Jan-15-2013|
|1||41||Michael Woods Ft. Ester Dean||We’ve Only Just Begun (Radio Edit)|
|2||40||David Morales & Polina||Stay (Mark Alston Radio Remix)|
|3||40||Nervo & Hook N Sling||Reason (Radio Edit)|
|4||40||Nicky Romero & Avicii||I Could Be The One (Radio Edit)|
|5||39||Antillas & Blinders Ft. Jenson||Top Of The World (Original Radio Mix)|
|6||39||Kastenholt & Dee||I’m In Love (Radio Edit )|
|7||39||Zoe Badwi||Shoot Me Down (Mystery Blonde Radio Edit)|
|8||39||Lost Witness Ft. Darren Barley||Here With You (Radio Edit)|
|9||39||David Guetta Ft. Sia||She Wolf (Falling To Pieces) (Radio Edit)|
|10||39||Laura Steel||Kriminal (Digital Dog Radio Edit)|
|11||38||Rihanna||Diamonds (Shahaf Moran Radio Edit)|
|12||38||Parralox||Sharper Than A Knife (Wideboys Radio Edit)|
|13||38||Eric Prydz||Every Day (Radio Edit)|
|14||38||Meital Dohan||On Ya Ft. Sean Kingston|
|15||37||Madeon||The City (Radio Edit)|
|16||37||Anna Grace||Alive (Radio Edit)|
|17||36||Calvin Harris ft. Florence Welch||Sweet Nothing|
|18||36||Kerli||The Lucky Ones|
|19||36||Ester Dean||I Can’t Make You Love Me|
|20||36||Cherry Cherry Boom Boom||One And Only (Dave Aude’ Radio Edit)|
|21||36||Paul Rudd Ft. Amanda Wilson||Trust In Me (Radio Edit)|
|22||36||Sted E & Hybrid Heights Ft. Sylvia Tosun||Lift (Radio Edit)|
|23||35||Swedish House Mafia Ft. John Martin||Don’t You Worry Child (Radio Edit)|
|24||35||Adam Lambert||Trespassing (Zak Waters Radio Edit)|
|25||35||Kat Graham||Wanna Say (Steve Pitron & Max Sanna Radio Edit)|
|26||34||Frenchie Davis||Love’s Got A Hold On Me (Radio|
|27||33||Jennifer Lopez||Goin In (Michael Woods Radio)|
|28||33||Usher||Numb (Wideboys Radio Edit)|
|30||32||Tom Swoon Ft. Miss Palmer||Who We Are (Radio Edit)|
|31||28||Veronica Romeo||Tastes Like Chocolate (Loverush Uk! Radio Edit)|
|32||28||Tydi Ft. Christina Novelli||Fire & Load (Radio Edit)|
|33||26||Justin Bieber Ft. Nicki Minaj||Beauty And A Beat (Dj Laszlo Radio)|
|34||25||Penny Foster||Castles (Radio Edit)|
|35||25||Kaskade Ft. Neon Trees||Lessons In Love (Radio Edit)|
|36||25||Dabruck Klein Ft. Anna McDonald||All About You|
|37||25||Che Jose Ft. Sharon Muscat||Leave Me Lonely (Loverush UK! Radio Edit)|
|38||25||Neon Hitch||Gold (Smash Mode Radio Edit)|
|39||25||Manufactured Superstars Ft. Luciana||Calling All The Lovers (Jqa Radio Edit)|
|40||25||Kelly Clarkson||Catch My Breath (Alab Vocal Radio Edit)|
|41||25||Zedd Ft. Foxes||Clarity (Radio Edit)|
|42||25||Havana Brown||Big Banana (Dave Aude Radio Edit)|
|44||24||The Wanted||I Found You|
|45||24||Dyro Ft. Amba Shepard||Sky High (Radio Edit)|
|46||24||Topher Jones||Hello Chicago (Tom Swoon Radio Edit)|
|47||24||Peter Luts||One More Night (Original Radio Edit)|
|48||24||Altar Ft. Jeanie Tracy||We Will Be Free Tonight (Anthem Radio Mix)|
|49||24||Kwanza Jones||Supercharged (Dave Aude Radio Edit)|
|50||24||Sonny Vice & Marcus Imeleon||Eternity (Radio Edit)|
|51||23||Anja||Dance All Night (Radio Edit)|
|52||23||Velvetine||The Great Divide (Myon & Shane 54 Summer Of Love) (Radio Edit)|
|53||23||Eric Turner Vs Avicii||Dancing In My Head (Charlie Bernardo Radio Edit)|
|54||23||Riddler & Dream Roca’s||See Your Light (Jump Smokers Radio Edit)|
|55||23||Lasgo||Can’t Stop (Radio Edit)|
|56||23||Kim Sozzi||Why Can’t This Be Love (Stefano Sorrentino Radio Edit)|
|57||23||Lynn Larouge||Celebrate (Radio Edit)|
|58||23||Saturdays||What About Us (Buzz Junkies Radio Edit)|
|59||23||Ke$ha||Die Young (Liam Keegan Radio)|
|60||23||M’Black||Crush (Radio Edit)|
|61||23||Milk Inc||Miracle (Radio Edit)|
|62||23||Matthew Koma||Parachute (Kat Krazy Radio Edit)|
|63||22||Kristina Maria||Our Song Comes On|
|64||22||Morgan Page Andy Caldwell & Jonathan Medelsohn||Where Did You Go (Album Edit)|
|65||22||Otto Knows||Million Voices|
|66||22||Conor Maynard||Turn Around Ft. Neyo|
|67||22||Tydi Ft Kerli||Glow In The Dark (Radio Edit)|
|68||22||Tegan & Sara||Closer (Morgan Page Radio Edit)|
|69||22||John De Sohn Ft. Kristin Amparo||Dance Our Tears Away|
|70||21||Mariah Carey||Triumphant (Get ‘em) (Pulse Radio Edit)|
|71||21||Markus Schulz Ft. Seri||Love Rain Down|
|72||21||Christian Burns Paul Oakenfold & Jes||As We Collide (Radio Edit)|
|73||21||Stone & Van Linden Ft. Lyck||Into The Light|
|74||20||Eva Simons||I Don’t Like You (Radio Mix)|
|75||20||Loreen||My Heart Is Refusing Me (Anders Nyman Radio)|
|76||20||Stonebridge Matt Joko & Jonathan Mendelsohn||Standing In Your Way|
|77||20||Matchbox Twenty||Put Your Hands Up (Ludovika Day Radio Edit)|
|78||19||Kim Davis||One Day|
|79||17||Martin Solveig||The Night Out (Madeon Remix)|
|80||6||Skye Stevens||Takes All Night (James Doman Radio Mix)|
|81||5||Ferry Corsten Ft. Ben Hague||Ain’t No Stoppin’ (Radio Edit)|
|82||5||Medina||Addiction (Radio Edit)|
|83||5||Breathe Carolina||Hit And Run|
|84||5||Clinton Sparks Ft. Disco Fries||Watch You (Radio Edit)|
|85||5||Kristine W & Bimbo Jones||Everything That I Got (Bimbo Jones Radio Edit)|
|86||5||Katy Perry||Peacock (Manny Lehman & Digimark Fusion Edit)|
|87||5||Paulini||Heartbreak Is Over (Oxford Hustlers)|
|88||4||Armin Van Buuren Feat. Laura V||Drowning (Avicii Remix)|
|89||4||Dim Chris Feat. Amanda Wilson||Sometimes (Radio Edit)|
|90||4||The Wanted||Glad You Came (Radio Edit)|
|91||4||Polina Griffith & Miami Kidz||Feeling This Way (Radio Edit)|
|92||4||Serge Devant Ft. Hadley||Dice (Mario Larrea Radio Edit)|
|93||4||Dim Chris Ft. Amanda Wilson||You Found Me (Original Mix)|
|94||4||Daniela||Love Me Enough To Lie (Radio Edit)|
|95||4||Marcus Maison & Will Dragen Ft. Amba Shepherd||Reign (Another Dimension Radio Edit)|
|96||4||Jack Back F. David Guetta Nicky Romero & Sia||Wild One Two (Radio Edit)|
|97||4||Matisse & Sadko Ft. Ollie James||We’re Not Alone (Hi Scandinavia! Radio Edit)|
|98||4||Martin Solveig ft. Kele||Ready 2 Go (Radio Edit)|
|100||4||Emilia De Poret||Weightless|
|Peter Luts Ft. Lynn Larouge “Hands Up” (Radio Edit)|
|Jes “Ghost” (Tydi Radio Edit)|
|Sean Kingston Ft. Cher Lloyd “Rum & Raybans” (Radio Edit)|
|Edvard Viber & Tiff Lacey “Is This Love” (Radio Edit)|
|Nicky Romero & Avicii ” I Could Be The One” (Radio Edit)|
|David Guetta Ft. Sia “She Wolf” (Falling To Pieces) (Radio Edit)|
|Havana Brown “Big Banana” (Dave Aude Radio Edit)|
Miriam and Olivia Nervo are twin Australia DJs that go far beyond a novelty act. They signed with Sony at only 18 years old penning the popular song “When Love Takes Over” for David Guetta and Kelly Rowland.
The duo has worked on records for Kylie Minogue and Britney Spears in the past even DJing on the latter’s tour. Their collaborations with Afrojack and Steve Aoki have yielded a number one hit on the UK dance club charts with “We’re All No One.”
Not only has the twin’s music brought them around the world but this last month they were signed to COVERGIRL as models.
We caught up with Olivia in Paris to hear about the life of a blonde bombshell out on the road.
Jerry Nunn: Hi, How are you, Liv?
Olivia Nero: Good, so excited to come back to Chicago!
JN: I actually saw you open for Britney last summer.
ON: Oh my god! I love that. We played a club after that but I don’t remember the name.
JN: Maybe Enclave? I went to a gay bar after the show.
ON: [laughs] Britney was amazing. Did you love Nicki Minajs as well?
JN: I did. It was a rare opportunity to see her before she became a headliner herself.
JN: Are you always traveling?
ON: Pretty much. We are in Paris now. We were in London yesterday and Stockholm tomorrow. We bounce around especially leading up to the holiday season now. Things are busy but we love it. We always have a good time.
JN: Do you like traveling with your sister?
ON: Yeah, definitely. I don’t really like traveling on my own. We see so many great places that it would be weird to not share it with somebody else. We check into these fancy hotels or have a lovely meal somewhere in a quaint little local restaurant. I’m glad to share that with someone.
JN: Do you have a favorite drink when you are out and about?
ON: It depends on the kind of mood that I’m in. I love to drink cocktails because I normally don’t drink them. I drink gin and tonics usually or wine when I’m at a club. The other night I was drinking a rhubarb martini. It was amazing! I’m not going to be able to put that on my rider because that would sound like I’m difficult. They would ask, “Who is the diva?” [both laugh]
JN: Did you both start in the modeling world?
ON: No, we didn’t. We have always done music. Obviously when were sixteen years old we weren’t making money from music. We were just in the studio trying to make it work. A family friend sent in a family photo to a modeling agency in Australia where we were up for twin modeling in books, but I can’t say I graced any catwalks or anything. I was in school when the music took off and modeling just sort of disappeared. Now funnily enough I do quite a lot of modeling. We were just booked by COVERGIRL so we had to put that hat back on.
JN: Congrats on that. That’s huge!
ON: Thanks. We are still pinching ourselves.
JN: Do you enjoy looking different? Who has the long hair?
ON: I do. I have been thinking about it. Mim cut her hair when she was seventeen and she grew it a few times and cut it off again. It has been different colors and that kind of thing. It’s not like we try to look different but it just ended up that way.
JN: Do you finish each other’s sentences?
ON: Yes, we do finish each other’s sentences sometimes we get tied up with that [laughs]. I think we do that because we know what we are going to say to each other. We live the same lives because we are always around each other and tell the same stories. We are quite in synch when it comes to that.
JN: So personality wise you are very similar?
ON: Yeah, we are. We are quite loud, vivacious and like to party. We both love music and feel quite passionate about things. We are both Aquarians. We almost have the same birthday.
JN: Who was born first?
ON: I was first.
JN: What are your differences?
ON: She might be a little more bold than me.
JN: You have worked with some major people. How did you wind up working with Kylie Minogue?
ON: I love Kylie. Honestly when it happened it was a huge moment for us. We had grown up listening to her all the time. We are from the same town of Melbourne, Australia.
Before our career took off we were thinking about giving up and writing or producing for other artists. We knew we wanted to make music. We weren’t too sure if we wanted to be artists our selves because we didn’t know what we wanted to do but we always loved pop music. We would DJ then go in the studio to write songs. On the weekends we would be out clubbing or DJing somehow the worlds collided and we wound up doing it for a living. Before all the DJing we were just writing for artists.
Kylie’s label Parlophone we had been working on multiple projects with for many years. It just happened to be that Kylie liked one song that we pitched to her. We got to record it and it was really fast, which was another amazing experience. This was a person that we looked up to, you know? It was incredible. When you hear Kylie sing a song that you have cut together yourself the song takes on a whole new thing.
JN: Which song are you referring to?
ON: Sings, “Put Your Hands Up.”
JN: I know that one! How does it feel to move on to singing now?
ON: We have always sung so it doesn’t feel like anything different. We have been in the studio singing for eight years now. We don’t want to be singers. We love the whole being a DJ thing and the live aspect of it. We love that people sing on our records as well. It just adds a whole new texture and flavor. The aim was never to be figures but we have wound up singing on a few of our records and we really like it. It is great to get a reaction live from your audience, if they like your vocals even better.
JN: I just met Afrojack who you have worked with and he is so tall!
ON: He is so tall, 6’5” I reckon. He’s a nice guy isn’t he? He’s a gentle giant.
JN: He is. Are you still doing the radio show?
ON: Yes, I am. When I hang up with you I am going to finish my radio show Nervo Nation. It airs first on Sirius Radio XM in America on Fridays. It is actually syndicated to fourteen other radio stations around the world. It is a nice thing for us because we get to play music that we love. We start it off with house music then more beat friendly, and finish with something quirky. It shows an array of music that we like to play. It is another creative outlet for us. We love deep house records.
JN: What’s a song that you like to play currently?
ON: The Florence and The Machine remix with the line “sometimes I feel like throwing my hands up in the air” gets a good reaction in our sets.
JN: You just played in Ibiza so that kind of music must be great in that setting.
ON: Oh yeah. We have been playing there for four years. This year was incredible because we have a residency with our favorite club, Ushuaia. It’s the big downtown club. It has a really good vibe. That place is just magical. Have you been?
JN: No but I would like to.
ON: You should. When you get time check it out. Make sure you bring some friends because the club is just amazing. You will want to be with all of your buddies.
JN: Well, I will bring some buddies to see you out at The Mid.
ON: Great, please do. Hopefully I won’t have a gig the next day and we can drink lots of rhubarb martinis.
JN: I might have to bring the ingredients for that one.
ON: You bring the rhubarb and I’m sure they will have the rest!
Nervo spins twin turntables at The Mid, 306 N Halsted, on Dec. 29. Visit www.themidchicago.com for tickets and information.
Alright Fusion listeners…. there has been a lot of speculations on where Electric Daisy Carnival will be held in Chicago. Since not all of our listeners are from the Chicago-land area, I wanted to shed some light on the possibilities.
EDC Chicago Tweeted on December 13th that the possibility for the the 2013 event could be Soldier Field (On the Chicago Lake Front), Chicago Land Speedway (50 miles outside the City of Chicago), or Toyota Park (25 Miles outside the City of Chicago). The EDC Chicago twitter feed did say it confirmed the 300,000+ person venue. So lets break down which one of these venues could hold that many people.
*Soldier Field’s Capacity is 61,500 people in the stands, its possible for another 5,000 or so to fit on the field.
*Chicago Land Speedway’s Capacity is $75,000 and sits on 930 acres of land which can hold more than 50,000 cars in its parking lots.
*Toyota Park’s Capacity is 28,000 for concerts, and only has a 6,000 car capacity in its 3 parking lots!
If I had to bet on which venue was going to be hosting the 300,000+ person crowd I would say it has to be Chicago Land Speedway! 75,000 people in the stands, room for 50,000 cars, and don’t forget all of the space on the track level. I guess we will have to wait till January 16th for the final answer to where EDC Chicago will be held.
Check out the Promo video from 2012!
The Dance world has some seriously sexy people walking around among us. With all the hits lately, and the year 2012 coming to an end we decided to do a friendly little hottie poll. What do you think fusionites? Its time to start picking you male and female hotties of the year!
It’s a showdown between the guys and dolls. Who’s your sexy pick this week? Are you ready for your choices…
Armin Van Buuren
So, who is it Fusionites? Does Ellie or Kylie make you want to change your name… or maybe its Armin and his crazy DJ ways. Some would also argue that the Swedish trio is what really tickles their pickle. You tell us!
The Abbey Road Sessions is an orchestral compilation album by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue. It was released in Japan on 24 October 2012 and in United Kingdom on 29 October 2012 by Parlophone Records. The album features sixteen tracks, all radically reworked, spanning Kylie’s 25 years in the music industry, as well as a new song titled “Flower“, which was released as a single to support the album. The album was recorded at London’s Abbey Road Studios with Kylie’s band and a full orchestra throughout November 2011.
Kylie has mastered and conquered the Dance world. The question is are we going to dig these new “Abbey Road Sessions”, now available on iTunes? I’ll go over all this with you gathering some info from the world wide web, I’ve come to the conclusion that this album (although is very different from our dance faves) is the BOMB! Check it out…
Here is the album on iTunes where everyone is commenting and reviewing with mostly positive reviews! My personal favorite review comes from my buddy over at Allure of sound.com.
After years of amassing hit after hit, it’s not uncommon for an artist to look back on their catalog and have a desire to reinterpret the songs the public has grown to love. What is uncommon is for an artist to completely turn the songs into something just a special as the originals were, which is just what Kylie Minogue has done on The Abbey Road Sessions.
The songs that many have been dismissed as nothing more than lighthearted pop fluff have all been transformed into something miraculous. There isn’t an arrangement on the LP that misses the mark. A new slinky arrangement of “Slow” has been reworked for many of Kylie’s live shows, but nothing quite like the version found on The Abbey Road Sessions. The song practically oozes sex appeal.
“Never Too Late,” by contrast, takes on a more melancholy tone. If I didn’t know the lyrics by heart, I would swear it was another song entirely. You know that period close to the end of a relationship when you are still holding on to that fading hope that it will all work out? The new rendition of “Never Too Late” captures that feeling perfectly.
allure of sound.com
The recording background of the sessions have also been documented by Wikipedia as…
In November 2011, Minogue peformed at the Abbey Road Studios, where she recorded and performed her songs “On a Night Like This, “All the Lovers” and “I Believe in You“, which prompt her to record songs there. The album is promotion for her K25 anniversary, which is a celebration of her twenty-fifth year in the music industry. On 21 October 2012, Minogue was interviewed on the production of the Sessions saying ““It’s exploring other avenues – but I don’t think it takes me completely away from the dancefloor, because I’m still a sucker for that [...] But I think it just rounds things up, makes things more whole and satisfies a different place in me.” Before recording at the Abbey Road Studios, she had started rehearses “somewhere cheaper!.” She said that the Abbey Road studio was “a bit intimidating. I thought the place would have attitude but the whole experience was really gorgeous and you know, you know you are on hallowed ground.”
Here is a little teaser of what to expect on the new album set to release TODAY 10/29/12 for the UK listeners, who’s excited!? Kylie Minogue will release The Abbey Road Sessions on November 6, 2012 in the United States. You can pre-order the album right now on iTunes.
UMG-EMI Deal Approved: David Guetta, Kylie Minogue Kiss EMI goodbye
The 1.2 billion dollar acquisition of EMI by Universal Music was approved last Friday and many of EMI’s signature artists are parting ways as part of the deal. British regulators placed stringent requirements on the deal in order to approve it. Universal Music must sell off EMI’s powerhouse European label Parlophone Records which is home to David Guetta, Kylie Minogue, Coldplay, and David Bowie to name a few.
The deal which his expected to take over on September 28th, will grant Universal Music ownership of two-thirds of EMI’s assets including; Capitol Records, Virgin Records, the historic BEATLES music catalog, 50% equity on the popular music compilation “WOW! That’s What I Call Music”, EMI’s current pop star catalog Katy Perry, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Sick Puppies and they will also assume the lease on the famous Capitol Records building in downtown Los Angeles. The deal makes Universal Music the world’s largest music label with three majors, down from six majors in 1999.
UMG-EMI Deal: The End Of EDM Mainstream?
The Federal Trade Commission will vote whether to approve the Universal Music Group’s acquisition (Lady Gaga, Madonna, Justin Bieber) of EMI (David Guetta, Swedish House Mafia, Kylie Minogue, and Coldplay) this week and it could spell trouble for Electronic Dance Music fans. If approved the merger would create a massive new label that would control over 40% of the music market. With the four majors (Universal, Sony, Warner, and EMI) controlling 90% of the market, many people are pondering whether this is really a smart move for the industry. There is an unknown side to this story; will mark the end Of EDM Mainstream?
The End of EDM Mainstream
Don’t get us wrong. We love some of the stuff UMG puts out but let’s face it! they have never been keen on electronic dance music. Sure their hip-hop littered quasi-pop could pass as EDM but they have never given the genre the type of priority that EMI has. David Guetta, Swedish House Mafia and Kylie Minogue were all products successfully crossed over by EMI. We have to seriously consider whether UMG will give their EDM brands (If they even have any) the same type of priority . Jimmy Lovine, the head of Interscope records, a major division of UMG was even outed as an EDM hater recently by his A&R rep; “Interscope is not an EDM label by any stretch; in fact I’m pretty sure Jimmy [Iovine] doesn’t like dance music. I would bet on that.” –Dave Rene, Interscope.
We here at Fusion Radio are deeply saddened by the events in Aurora, Colorado and send our blessings to all those families and friends who are in need of healing from this tragic event.
Katy Perry and acting out? What? No way! Recently, while performing in India, she has been accused of indecent conduct in a formal complaint. She scandalized the people of India when she allowed Aussie cricketeer, Doug Bollinger, to wrap his arms around her to demonstrate how to hold a cricket bat. Ummm… what’s a cricket bat and why is it bad? Perry’s microphone ended up dangerously close to her nether regions, causing problems for everyone (per the report).
This week, at the Great Theater in Los Angeles, Demi Lovato surprised her fans when she got some JoBro love onstage (Demi and all of her men, I guess). She invited her former Camp Rock co-star, Nick Jonas, onstage at her concert to performed her songs “Catch Me” and “Don’t Forget.”
Kylie Minogue will be headlining this year’s annual event, ‘Proms in the Park,’ in London’s Hyde Park on September 8. In an interview, she said, “I’m delighted to be performing at one of the UK’s most outstanding nights of the musical calendar, and to sing in front of thousands of people whilst being accompanied by the legendary BBC Concert Orchestra in such a special year is truly a dream come true.” You go girl! [Tickets are on sale now via bbc.co.uk/promsinthepark]