Speed Limits & Jaco feat. Joni Fatora – Palm Of Your Hand (Original Mix)
Artist: Speed Limits & Jaco feat. Joni Fatora
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Bassanova is really getting all the positive attention recently, and for all the right reasons. His fan base increased massively, as well as being noticed by a couple of record labels. After reviewing couple of his songs and having a word with him, Bassanova has given EDMSauce an exclusive sound before it is released.
He teamed up with Do, a popular Dutch singer, to create a masterpiece titled “Better Than The First Time”. The mixture between Pop rhythm and Progressive House energy and beat make this for a perfect listen. It just makes you feel good inside.
Bassanova does not dissappoint, and I am very pleased to present an exclusive sound right here on EDMSauce.com. Are you ready?!
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Bombs Away, an Australian House DJ duo recently announced their latest DJ remix competition for Bassline Maniacs. Teaming up with MelbourneBounce.com.au and RemixComps.com, one talented DJ will have their remix chosen as the winner of the remix competition and win $500 and have their winning remix released onto Bomb Squad Records! The winner will also have the chance to have their original remixes released on Bomb Squad Records!
Competition Deadline is DECEMBER 10th 2014. Winner will be announced DECEMBER 20th 2014.
Here are the rules as presented by Bombs Away on their Official Soundcloud page:
The 10 Submissions with the most ‘Hearts/Likes’ will be considered the semi-finalists so REPOST from your page and share your submission around! The winning remix will be selected by The Artists, The Record Label A&R, and the content director of MelbourneBounce.com.au
All Genres may apply
The winning remix will be released on Bomb Squad Records, and receive a $500USD Prize and an Option to release Original productions on Bomb Squad Records and a feature on MelbourneBounce.com
No purchase is necessary to enter or win this contest.
Remixes can’t be uploaded outside of the Submission group at any time unless permission has been granted by BombSquad Records, link to the track once uploaded to the group can be shared and reposted, linked etc.
Remix Parts and Submission:
The remix stems can be downloaded from HERE or the ENTER COMP button. Hit REPOST on the introduction track before you download the stems. http://ift.tt/1AgIzim
Before you submit your completed remix, SHAZAM the song, and in your upload, mention if shazam picks it up as Bassline Maniacs or not. with [Shazam (yes)] or (no)
Completed remixes should be submitted back through the Soundcloud group for judging, HERE, using the ‘Upload to Group’ Function
Questions and Best Method of Contact: BombSquad Records Facebook page. – http://ift.tt/1AK2aoK
Good luck to all!
With so many EDM fans now flocking to Las Vegas casinos for the yearly Electric Daisy Carnival or to watch their favorite DJs play their sets, it’s a wonder why we’ve yet to see some EDM-themed slot machines hit the floors of some of our favorite Las Vegas nightlife staples.
These past few years have shown us a great evolution in the way people play slot machines. Where we had once simply pulled levers and waited for the spinning reels to stop, praying to god that we get three identical what-cha-ma-call-its, now we have machines like All That Jazz (from Bally Technologies), which lets users play songs on a virtual piano to be able to score bonus multipliers.
Online slot operators have also transformed slot gaming, with sites like Spin Genie seeking to add more purpose to their games, integrating RPG and Adventure elements into the factor. IGT, a leading manufacturer of the worlds slot machines, has also introduced some new machines that have bonus rounds where you can actually play old school arcade games, including the classic Centipede game from Atari.
But with slot machines now transitioning into a period where they’re almost akin to arcade games, one has to wonder: where are our EDM-themed slot machines?
After all, it’s hardly as though there aren’t any EDM-themed arcade games. In arcades across the globe, we have games like DJ Max Technica and Beatmania pleasing crowds in Japan. These rhythm-based games have become a staple of arcades overseas, and it shows how possible it is to add a gaming element to spinning and mixing songs.
Casinos are constantly hiring top DJ Mag DJs and EDM personalities, signing them for residency in their overly extravagant venues. This year, Zedd signed with Wynn Las Vegas for exclusive residency, and just two months ago, his performance at Wynn’s XS Nightclub broke records, drawing in 11,000 partygoers!
In this day and age, it’s not the old, suited up blackjack player that casinos should be paying attention to. Rather, it’s the youthful EDM crowd. It’s time we see Beatmania and DJ Max Technica turned into slot machines in hopes one day we’ll all have a better chance at cashing in on that jackpot to repay all of what we spent during EDC Week.
Image: Encore Beach Club
This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Las Vegas & The Age of The Digital DJ Slot Machine