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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)|
You may have noticed that this weeks chart has a lot of repeat artists on it?
Check out the Competition Below!
Morgan Page holds the #1 Spot with his In The Air (Radio Edit) and also the #3 spot with Body Work (Club Mix Edit).
The Wanted holds the # 6 spot with Lightning (Radio Edit) and the #10 spot with Glad You Came (Radio Edit)
Rihanna holds the # 4 Spot with You Da One (Dave Aude Radio) and the # 38 spot with We Found Love (Intro Edit) Ft. Calvin Harris. In Addition Rihanna’s new song Where Have You Been (Main Mix) was added to this weeks rotation.
All of the featured artists this week are long time Fusion favorites, Rihanna continues to release quality hits with no end in sight. The Wanted is getting ready to release their 3rd UK Album and 1st U.S. Album Simultaneously! Morgan page has continued to increase his popularity not only as a DJ but also a phenomenal producer.
I for one can not wait to see what these artists have in store for the summer of 2012!
(Dave Tripper) Edun, who is on fire in 2011 after the success of 2010′s “My Love Is Here For You” is taking on a gay music classic. She recently previewed a version via You Tube of Diana Ross’s dance classic “I’m Coming Out.”
(Dave Tripper) It will be a first for Deadmau5 in the UK as summer nears. He is performing his first headlining outdoor show in London at Victoria Park on Saturday, June 11.
(Dave Tripper/slashfilm.com) After not releasing anything for the better part of a decade, Daft Punk has a 2010 soundtrack under its collective belt and soon a 2011 remix album of said soundtrack.
According to Disney, there is an April 5 release scheduled of Tron: Legacy R3CONFIGUR3D, a remix album of the soundtrack containing an embarassment of riches, featuring gigantic names of dance music. Remixers include Moby, Paul Oakenfold, Sander Kleinenberg, The Crystal Method and many others.
Here is the track listing:
01 – The Glitch Mob: “Derezzed”
02 – M83 vs. Big Black Delta: “Fall”
03 – The Crystal Method: “The Grid/Game Has Changed”
04 – Teddybears: “Adagio for Tron”
05 – Ki:Theory: “The Son of Flynn”
06 – Paul Oakenfold: “C.L.U.”
07 – Moby: “The Son of Flynn”
08 – Boys Noize: “End of Line (Boys Noize Remix)”
09 – Kaskade: “Rinzler”
10 – Com Truise: “Enron Part II”
11 – Photek: “End of Line”
12 – The Japanese Popstars: “Arena”
13 – Avicii: “Derezzed”
14 – Pretty Lights: “Solar Sailor”
15 – Sander Kleinenberg: “Tron Legacy (End Titles)”
(Dave Tripper/E! Online) A singer whose past few weeks have undulated from singing in an Aretha Franklin tribute to experiencing the long arm of the law via alleged public intoxication has now swung back to the good news side of things.
An announcement from NBC confirmed she is going to hold the job of a musical coach on the new show “The Voice,” a new music competition.
Hosted by Carson Daly, the show will also feature fellow voice coaches Cee Lo Green and Adam Levine on the April 26 debut. which launches April 26. Aguilera, in a statement, expressed her thanks and excitement. “To be given the opportunity to help shape new artists’ careers and mentor them to see their dreams come to fruition is a task I welcome with open arms,” she said. “I am so happy to be working with fellow Grammy Award winners Adam and Cee Lo as I feel there is so much we can all bring to The Voice.”
(Dave Tripper) The 2010 Grammys was a disjointed production, to say the least. From ill-constructed tributes to the continuing kissing of country music’s ass and kicking of dance music’s nether regions, the ceremonies aimed at a youthful audience with plenty of not-ready-for-primetime youthful performers were upstaged by a music legend who began performing in the 60’s.
Starting with the opening tribute to Aretha Franklin, they dropped the ball on presentation. The singers were excellent, bordering on spectacular (especially the surprising Florence from Florence and the Machine). But if a tribute is to be done, shouldn’t it be built up with a little drama and not OPEN a show? And although the pre-recorded ‘thank you’ by Aretha (who looked great) was a touching moment, it felt a bit odd.
Lady Gaga, of course, did her thing, entering in an egg pod. Then her performance of “Born This Way” was a fairly typical singer/army of dancers performance with the outfits best described as regular-sized shower curtains used as skirts and tops or really large condom outfits, a la Naked Gun 2 ½.
After her stint, dance music failed to make an appearance the rest of the night. No David Guetta. No Deadmau5. No Robyn. Nothing. Instead, country artist after country artist after bluegrass artist continued to litter the stage with the generic and dominating music format in the United States. The complete disrespect that dance music receives year after year is rather ironic, considering that I would hazard a guess that in many of the after parties to follow, I guarantee that Gaga and Madonna were being spun and not Lady Antebellum and generic blonde country singer ________.
The indisputable highlights were provided by Eminem and Mick Jagger. Eminem completely tore up the stage with Rihanna chipping in on “Love The Way You Lie” while the long-anticipated first appearance by Dr. Dre was anti-climatic by comparison. Mick Jagger, pushing 70, was the other highlight, perfectly covering the R&B classic “Everybody Needs Somebody” in what was his 1st Grammy performance, an unbelievable fact in its own right. His stage presence far outpaced the earlier artists including the meh Bruno Mars, the sleepy Drake, and the disappointing Katy Perry. And, I’m pretty sure a Rihanna break is in order, not only to rest her constantly shaking booty, but just from over damn exposure.
And some of the performers turned to direct imitation. Justin Bieber and Usher may as well have worn the red-leather jackets with zippers from “Beat It” and got it over with. I’m pretty sure we can stop kissing MJ’s ass too, let him rest in peace, and come up with something fresh and new.
But one thing I noticed was a subtle incident that happened earlier in the night. If you blinked, you would have missed it. Bob Dylan, who performed with a couple of youthful bluegrass and country bands was cruising through a version of “Maggie’s Farm.” Near the end of the performance, Dylan began playing harmonica to end the song and shot a NASTY glance back at the performers as if something went wrong. He then played a few more notes on the harmonica and with his body language essentially said, “That’s enough of this crap.” Jagger did the exact same thing in his performance as he quickly looked back at the band, almost as if expecting something that never happened. But like the professional he is, he kept cranking out a performance that has kept him on the top touring list for over four decades. The lesson for the yoots out there is that when you are in a band and dealing with an artist that has been performing for 40+ years, you’d better bring your “A” game. Apparently, these backing musicians did not.
And speaking of veterans, Barbara Streisand performed her classic “Evergreen” at the end of the night—but I may have discovered a possible faux pas! As she finished what seemed to be a flawless performance, the camera panned to her for the last dramatic note, which Streisand held—even after the mic was away from her face for a couple of seconds! Check your DVR’s.
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(Dave Tripper) Unless your name ended in –ga, the 2010 Grammy Awards were a big fat zero for traditional dance artists. Lady Gaga won in three non-dance categories, including Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Best Pop Album. She also picked up an award for Best Short Form Music Video. In another non-dance category, Madonna along with David Guetta and Afrojack won the Grammy for Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical for the minor hit “Revolver.”
In the two actual dance categories, more pop acts ruled the day. Rihanna, who constantly undulates with being a pop-hop artist and a dance artist, won for Best Dance Recording for “Only Girl (In The World).” One of the artists she beat out in that category, LaRoux, got revenge by picking up a Grammy for Best Electronic/Dance Album “In For The Kill.”
(Dave Tripper) Tamia, meet Moby. Moby, Tamia. I smell a duet after Moby actually experienced a tripped-out stranger in his house.
According to Moby’s journal posting, he recently awoke one morning, and while walking through his living room, he saw a stranger, Robbie, standing next to his couch. The situation resolved itself as Moby handed the stranger a hoodie and “gave him some breakfast money…and sent him on his way.” Apparently the stranger admitted he was still in the middle of an acid trip.
Knowing Moby, a song or album concept will come from this bizarre episode. What is confirmed is he will be announcing plans for his new album on February 15 on his website.
(Dave Tripper) P!nk lives her life loud. P!nk performs with an edge. But in a personal note on her website, P!nk got pensive and serious about two serious topics.
In self-analyzing her style and her latest release “F*cking Perfect,” the note P!nk posted to her fans on her website shows the breadth and depth of her emotion when talking about the topics of suicide and cutting.
Here’s a portion of that note:
“I’m sure my newest video for “F**kin’ Perfect” will be much like some of my other videos, which basically means I expect it will ruffle some feathers.
My favorite books, art pieces, films, and music, always have something jarring about them. I want art to make me think.
In order to do that, it may piss me off, or make me uncomfortable. That promotes awareness and change, or at least some discussion.
That is my intention.
You can’t move mountains by whispering at them.
Cutting, and suicide, two very different symptoms of the same problem, are gaining on us. (the problem being; alienation and depression. the symptoms; cutting and suicide). I personally don’t know a single person who doesn’t know at least two of these victims personally. A lot of us have seen certain starlets showing off their latest scars on a red carpet somewhere, usually right before they head back to their favorite rehab.
Its a problem, and its something we should talk about…”
The rest of the note can be found on www.pinkspage.com