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Querox

Phaxe & Querox - Tripical Moon (Original Mix)//Ozora Festival Hungary//

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Phaxe

The Ozora Festival, stylised as O.Z.O.R.A., is an annual transformational festival and arts festival in the Hungarian village of Ozora. The festival has been held on an estate in Ozora near the small village of Dadpuszta every year since 2004. The first modern music festival held in Ozora was called Solipse and took place during the Solar eclipse of August 11, 1999, Solipse did not get a sequel until the first Ozora Festival was held in 2004. The Ozora is with Solar Festival one of the two sizeable transformational festival  festivals in Hungary, one of the largest psychedelic trance festivals in Europe, Ozora is similar to the Boom Festival in Portugal, Burning Man in United States, Fusion Festival in Germany one of the Most Famous Festivals in the World, who also reach more than 40,000 visitors every year. Due to its success, several one-day spin-offs from the Ozora Festival have been held in several other countries such as Tokyo, Japan, Paris, France and Sao Paulo, Brazil. Ozora is considered one of the "leading festivals" around the world, "one of the largest gatherings of trance and psychedelic music in the world", and according to Trax Magazine "the principal hub of psytrance culture in Europe". La Derniere Heure likened Ozora to an "ecological Tomorrowland with the Peace & Love atmosphere of a 21st-century Woodstock.

Kevin aka Phaxe has gone from a no-name to an international player of the Progressive Trance elite within no time. Dropping his artist name Phaxe in 2007 provokes few, if any, reactions. Only 4 years later he has become a synonym for upper-league party music. Highly acclaimed live sets all around the world, applauded releases, and remixes for some of the scene's biggest names tell an impressing success story. A story that makes the man from Copenhagen repeatedly being described as a "Progressive Prodigy".

Looking back, the evolution of Phaxe's sound is the history of a perfect storm brewing. It starts with excessive party weekends in the late 90s, awakening his interest in electronic music production. First creative steps are taken in front of a Nintendo gaming console. Eventually this new passion leads to a professional audio engineer training in 2006. These 3 stages of Phaxe's career are still very noticeable today: His music is to-the-floor, playful, and high-quality in terms of sound.

This irresistible mixture is first to be heard in 2007 when a Phaxe track is released on IONO Music. One year later things take off: The title "Swing King" gains euphoric feedback from both party freaks and DJs worldwide. Within no time Phaxe is producing together with artists like Audiomatic, Morten Granau, Vice, Zyce, Flegma and many others. Great compliments are given to him when the still young producer is asked to remix some of his early Progressive Trance idols like Haldolium, Atmos and Symphonix. His long awaited debut album is signed on the prestigious label Iboga.

In addition to his solo activities, Phaxe keeps up a creative dialogue with some other producers - resulting in a great variety of sound and styles. Together with Morten Granau he is known as High & Mighty, delivering deep Progressive House. The name Sinister Silence stands for a mutual project with Dan Hessner and uplifting Progressive Trance. Last but not least there is O.T.B., a collaboration with Martin Daltoft of Vice.

Despite his impressive success story Phaxe always keeps a humorous and friendly attitude which is very noticeable when seeing him on stage. In this very situation his unbroken passion for Progressive Trance rubs off on the audience through vibrant sound waves.

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Querox

Black sunglasses, Tattoos, Headphones & a Laptop. His visual trademarks simultaneously serve as his most important tools. Those and his keen sense for Music enabled him to move crowds across the globe for the past 8 years. The young man from Berlin is actually more the reserved type, who would much rather stand behind his decks and let his music do the talking. Querox making his way from a local secret to the scenes 'next big thing' and to an internationally acclaimed Musician. At age 28 the producer and DJ has already established himself as one of the most successful German Psytrance Artist to date and is now set to lay forth his second album.

Querox began playing smaller clubs as a DJ somewhere in Germany. Meanwhile, he has travelled the world: London, Rio De Janeiro, Los Angeles, Buenos Aires, Capetown, Melbourne... His 2012 breakthrough album (How Life Goes On), was a first sign of things to come. Though not even Querox himself could have predicted last year's incredible snowball effect and the extent of his current success. 2014 marked the start of a fairytale summer.

Building on this success, Querox went on to release around 15 releases & his beatport nr.1 singles (The Last Kiss, in May 2014, Shrouded ft. Monod in June 2015, Tripical Moon ft. Phaxe in February 2016 that aswel reached place nr.3 in the Beatport Main Charts). After performing at renowned events such as Brazil's Universo Paralello, The German Indian Spirit Festival, Fusion Festival, Thailand's Halfmoon & Full Moon Festival, the Burning Mountain Festival, VuuV Festival and many more as well as doing tours throughout Europe, America, Asia, Mexico, Africa and Australia, the rather introverted artist has already joined the ranks of the greats.

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Murphy 2080 - Feel

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Dj Antonio

Dj Antonio - Baby (Extended Mix)

I can see it in your eyes
I know how you feel
Make it real
I can see it in your eyes
I know how you feel
Let's make it real

You're like the sunrise
You're like the rain
Desire grows up
We are the same

Can't get enough of you baby
Can't get enough of you baby
Can't get enough of you baby
Can't get enough of you baby, baby

I can see it in your eyes
I know how you feel
Make it real
I can see it in your eyes
I know how you feel
Let's make it real

You're like the sunrise
You're like the rain
Desire grows up
We are the same

Source: Musixmatch

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• Antonio blessed us (friends and music lovers alike) with his arrival on this earth on a cold December day back in 1973.

 

• He bought his first vinyl (Human League:"Don't You Want Me" 12") at the tender age of 6 and realised he just got addicted to vinyl! Leaving toy soldiers and trains aside, little Antonio has indulged in record collection from the early 80s till now!
• Growing up, he used to gather us girls and boys around and was playing his records to us. This was a magical time, as we all had to go to his house to listen to the new Madonna, George Michael or Boy George records! Through the years, the listening experience got more varied, from pop to rock to new wave to the late 80s early house music...
• Antonio's job at a central record shop was instrumental in these formative years of music addiction, as he had all new releases at his finger tips! In addition, his orders for what was hot at the time, kept us early groupies very very happy
• A few years later, Antonio's living room got too small for all of us, so he started DJ-ing in various clubs and bars across town. Lucky are the selected few who have listened Antonio DJ at the underground dance joints of the time, back in the early and mid 1990's! Barbara Tucker, Deee Lite, Beloved, MAW, Armand Van Helden, Danny Tenaglia, David Morales (among plenty plenty others) were coming thick and fast, as Antonio's early repertoire consisted of vocal/ funky/ deep house.
• In 1998 Antonio became the resident DJ at the Decadence Club, thus opening a new chapter in his music career. Over the last decade, apart from playing delightful music, he also got his skilled hands on the management of the club, on the teaching and nurturing of new talent with the Decadence DJ School, on the Promotion and Public Relations for Decadence as well as for the new talent!
• Antonio has also been able to make his dreams come true by warming up for and meeting some of the biggest names in dance music for the last 20 years! Danny Tenaglia, Digweed, David Morales, Sasha..the list is endless and I will stop name dropping as I am sure you get the picture!
• Antonio’s commitment and passion for bringing dance music to the Greek masses was fulfilled during his 4 years managing cmymusic/ heaven records between 2002-2006. Yes he may have been listening to promos and demos as well as tune hunting all across the EU & US and putting this together on dance compilations but his biggest achievement in this arena has been forging an exclusive deal with Eric Morrilo’s Subliminal and Simon Dunmore’s Defected records and releasing their heavenly music on a Greek record label.
• Through the years, Antonio has developed a versatile sound and can mix pretty much everything-except trance! He hates it! His passion for music though is still genuine and never-ending and it equals his passion for delivering a fantastic night for all of you who go to the club! Nowadays, Antonio is not only DJing at Decadence and nurturing new talent at the Decadence DJ school but he is also involved with the management of the FeelGoodFactor whose purpose is the promotion of local artists as well as international and home-grown DJs. His passion for music and its development in Greece is unrivalled
• If I was to leave all the biographical elements aside, I have one thing to say in conclusion: I may have listened to sets aplenty from lady miss kier to fatboy slim to roger sanchez and mark knight, from simian mobile disco to boy george, from miss kittin and the hacker to lottie, from justice to stuart price, from eric morillo to chus and ceballos and everyone else in between but when it comes down to MUSIC as far as I am concerned, no one mixes the shit better than Antonio! Luv u baby!

Elohim - Hallucinating (Gigamesh Remix)

[Intro]
I'm hallucinating
I'm hallucinating

[Verse 1]
Am I dreaming, walking in my sleep?
I just can't drop this feeling underneath my feet
These London streets are moving, rising up at me
And all I see are faceless eyes

[Chorus]
I'm hallucinating, I'm hallucinating
I'm hallucinating, I'm hallucinating

[Verse 2]
Daily life feels like a constant dream
I keep on tripping out, ayy, why am I such a freak?
I don't know why that painting's staring back at me
I swear, I think its eyes just moved

[Chorus]
I'm hallucinating, I'm hallucinating
I'm hallucinating, I'm hallucinating

[Post-Chorus]
I'm hallucinating, I'm hallucinating

[Bridge]
Baby, I'm scared to drink the water
Baby, I think you drank the water

[Chorus]
I'm hallucinating, I'm hallucinating
I'm hallucinating, I'm hallucinating

[Outro]
I'm hallucinating, I'm hallucinating
I'm hallucinating, I'm hallucinating

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Days of Lavender (Gigamesh Remix)

Days of lavender they pass me by
And still I hide the ugly flowers in my mind
Diamond fires, light magenta skies
At dusk I wait up in your chamber high, with vacant eyes
(yeah)

Days of lavender they pass me by
And still I hide the ugly flowers in my mind
Diamond fires, light magenta skies
At dusk I wait up in your chamber high, with vacant eyes
(yeah)

When you're gone (When you're gone)
I tried so hard to love someone without you
Gave my heart to anyone who's not you
I needed you to be here, but you're gone
(yeah)

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Miley Cyrus - Malibu (Gigamesh Remix) (Audio)

I never came to the beach or stood by the ocean
I never sat by the shore under the Sun with my feet in the
sand
But you brought me here and I'm happy that you did
'Cause now I'm as free as birds catching the wind

But here I am
Next to you
The sky is more blue
In Malibu
Next to you
In Malibu
In Malibu
In Malibu

We watched the Sun go down as we were walking
I'd spend the rest of my life just standing here talking
You would explain the current, as I just smile
Hoping that you'll stay the same and nothing will change
And it'll be us

But here I am
Next to you
The sky is more blue
In Malibu
Next to you
In Malibu
In Malibu
In Malibu

In Malibu
In Malibu
In Malibu

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Arozin Sabyh - Fall In Love.

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Mark Lower ft. Scarlett Quinn - Bad Boys Cry (Original mix)

I've waited for this guy
To swallow all his pride
And pick up the phone
Sometimes a bad boy cries
Sometimes a good girl lies
To get what she wants
I am not afraid to try
We both have been there before
But God only knows
Sometimes a good boy lies
Sometimes a bad girl cries
To get what she wants
I get what I want
I get what I want
I get what I want
I get what I want
Say what you said
Let my head spinning, oh
Ever since my heart's been missing a beat
I spent the last two weeks just screaming, oh
Tryna work you out is killing me
I didn't know what I was missing, oh
You made me feel that I was special to you (you, you, you)
I just can't wait untill we are kissing, oh
It felt so good, the time spent I with you
I get what I want
I get what I want
I get what I want
I get what I want
Source: Musixmatch
Songwriters: Volant Quentin
Bad Boys Cry - Original Mix lyrics © Two Twenty Four Music, Bmg Talpa Music Bv, Bmg Talpa Music, Two Twenty Four Music Inc

 

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About
Singer and songwriter best known as one member of the electro-swing group Kitten & The Hip. She auditioned as one half of the group on the eleventh series of the X Factor but was accepted as a solo act into the competition.

Before Fame
She began singing and dancing at the age of six, training at the National Youth Music Theater. By twelve, she'd scored a spot as a presenter for Disney Junior.

Trivia
She was featured on French producer Mark Lower's 2014 album Mark Lover, performing on the singles "Shame", "Savoir", and "Bad Boys Cry."

Associated With
Her voice was featured on the hit Netsky track "Come Alive" and she toured with him on his live summer tour in 2012.

Her husband Ashley Slater is a member of Kitten & The Hip. as well as a renowned trombonist.


 

GeoM - Don't Stop (Nikko Culture Remix)

Gigamesh - All My Life ft. Jana Nyberg [Official Video]

All my life
All my life

Nobody ever said it was easy
We can afford to let you go
We can take a walk into the heart of the city
And in the dark I let you know
In the dark I let you know
In the dark I let you know
In the dark I let you know
In the dark I let you know

All my life...
I'm always dreaming about you
And you should know
That you're all my life
And I know everything about You
I'll never run away
I'm so shaking of the memories on the heartbreak
I'm ready for the holiday
We can fall into to the mouth
And dancing to the morning
Just will be there on my way
Will be there on my way
Will be there on my way
Will be there on my way
Will be there on my way

All my my life
I'm always dreaming about You
And you should know
That you're all my life
And I know everything about You
I'll never run away

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: Matthew Masurka

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Logan's Run is a 1976 American science fiction film, directed by Michael Anderson and starring Michael York, Jenny Agutter, Richard Jordan, Roscoe Lee Browne, Farrah Fawcett, and Peter Ustinov. The screenplay by David Zelag Goodman is based on the book Logan's Run by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson. It depicts a utopian future society on the surface, revealed as a dystopia where the population and the consumption of resources are maintained in equilibrium by killing everyone who reaches the age of thirty. The story follows the actions of Logan 5, a "Sandman" who has terminated others who have attempted to escape death and is now faced with termination himself. Produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer,  the film uses only the novel's two basic premises: that everyone must die at a set age, and that Logan and companion Jessica attempt to escape while being chased by another Sandman named Francis. After aborted attempts to adapt the novel, story changes were made including raising the age of "last day" from 21 to 30 and introducing the idea of "Carrousel"  for eliminating 30-year-olds. Its filming was marked by special-effects challenges in depicting Carrousel and innovative use of holograms and wide-angle lenses. The film won a Special Academy Award for its visual effects and six Saturn Awards, including Best Science Fiction Film. In 1977, a TV series aired, though only 14 episodes were produced.

PLOT

In the year 2274, the remnants of human civilization live in a sealed city contained beneath a cluster of geodesic domes,  a utopia run by a computer that takes care of all aspects of life, including reproduction. The citizens live a hedonistic life but, to prevent overpopulation, everyone must undergo the rite of "Carrousel" when they reach the age of 30. There, they are killed under the guise of being "renewed.” To track this, each person is implanted at birth with a "life-clock" crystal in the palm of the hand that changes color as they get older and begins blinking as they approach their "Last Day.” Most residents accept this chance for rebirth, but those who do not and attempt to flee the city are known as "Runners.” An elite team of policemen known as "Sandmen,” outfitted in predominantly black uniforms and serving in an agency of the city called "Deep Sleep,” are assigned to pursue and terminate Runners as they try to escape. Logan 5 and Francis 7 are both Sandmen. After terminating a Runner, to whose presence they were alerted during a Carrousel rite, Logan finds an ankh among his possessions. Later that evening, he meets Jessica 6, a young woman also wearing an ankh pendant. Logan takes the ankh to the computer, which tells him that it is a symbol for a secret group whose members help the Runners find "Sanctuary,” a mythic place where they will be safe to live out the rest of their lives. Logan learns that the Sandmen have lost 1,056 Runners this way. The computer instructs Logan to find Sanctuary and destroy it, a mission which it code names "Procedure 033-03,” which he must keep secret from the other Sandmen of Deep Sleep. Then, by a procedure it calls "retrogram", the computer changes the color of his life clock to flashing red, suddenly making him four years closer to Carrousel. In order to escape this, Logan is now forced to become a Runner. Logan meets Jessica and explains his situation. They meet with the underground group that leads them to the periphery of the city. Logan learns that the ankh symbol is actually a key that unlocks an exit from the city. They come out into a frozen cave, with Francis following closely behind. In the cave, they meet Box, a robot designed to capture food for the city from the outside. Logan discovers, to his horror, that Box also captures escaped Runners and freezes them for food. Before Box can freeze Logan and Jessica, they escape, causing the cave to collapse on the robot. Once outside, Logan and Jessica notice that their life clocks are no longer operational. They see the Sun for the first time and discover that the remains of human civilization have become a wilderness. They explore an old, seemingly abandoned city which was once Washington D.C. in the ruins of the United States Senate chamber, they discover an elderly man living with many cats. His appearance is a shock to them, since neither has ever seen anyone over the age of thirty. The old man recounts what he remembers about what happened to humanity outside the city, and Logan realizes that Sanctuary has always been a myth. However, Francis has followed them and he and Logan fight. Logan fatally wounds Francis; as he dies, Francis sees that Logan's life clock is now clear and assumes Logan has renewed. Logan and Jessica persuade the old man to return to the city with them as proof that life exists outside the domed city. Leaving the man outside, the two enter and try to convince everyone that Carrousel is a lie and unnecessary. The two are captured by other Sandmen and taken to the computer. The computer interrogates Logan about Procedure 033-03 and asks if he completed his mission, but Logan insists, "There is no Sanctuary." What he had found was "old ruins, exposed,” "an old man,” and that the missing Runners were "all frozen.” These answers are not accepted by the computer, even after scanning Logan's mind, and the computer overloads, causing the city's systems to fail violently and release the exterior seals. Logan, Jessica, and the other citizens flee the ruined city. Once outside, the citizens see the old man, the first human they have met who is older than thirty, proving that they can, indeed, live their lives much longer.
In its first five days in theatres in 1976, Logan's Run grossed $2.5 million, a substantial sum. The film finished its run with a gross of $25 million in North America, and a solid performance in other territories.

The film is credited with helping MGM recover from debt, and was a hit with young audiences in particular.

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Peter Ustinov

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Else - Paris

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Yiruma, (이루마) - River Flows in You

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Costa Mee - Around This World (Original Mix)

I know I've gotta keep, I know I've gotta keep my pace
I realise you're gone the second I reveal my aims
I'll hold your hand, you know I will baby we'll win this try
We'll dance along a starry sky, baby this ain't no lie

I know I've gotta keep, I know I've gotta keep my pace
I realise you're gone the second I reveal my aims
I'll hold your hand, you know I will baby we'll win this try
We'll dance along a starry sky, baby this ain't no lie

We're going around, around the world, on my way
We're going around, around the world, and I just dream

I know I've gotta keep, I know I've gotta keep my pace
I realise you're gone the second I reveal my aims
I'll hold your hand, you know I will baby we'll win this try
We'll dance along a starry sky, baby this ain't no lie

We're going around, around this world, on my way
We're going around, around this world, and I just dream

We're going around, around the world, and I just dream

We're going around, around the world, and I just dream

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: Costa Mee

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No_4mat - 1992

Gigamesh - My Future is Your Future

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DJ Chris "The Glove" Taylor

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Gigamesh - Dream On

Breakin' (also known as Breakdance in the United Kingdom and Break Street '84 in other regions) is a 1984 American breakdancing-themed comedy-drama  film directed by Joel Silberg, written by Charles Parker and Allen DeBevoise, based on a story by Parker, DeBevoise and Gerald Scaife. The film's setting was inspired by a 1983 German documentary titled Breakin' 'n' Enterin', set in the multi-racial hip hop club Radio-Tron, based out of MacArthur Park in Los Angeles. Many of the artists and dancers from said documentary, including Ice-T (who makes his film debut as a club MC), and Michael "Boogaloo Shrimp" Chambers, went straight from Breakin' 'n' Enterin' to star in Breakin'. The musical score featured the hits, "Breakin"... There's No Stopping Us" by Ollie & Jerry and  "Freakshow on the Dance Floor" by The Bar-Kays. Breakin' was the final Cannon film production released by MGM/UA.  After release, MGM and Cannon dissolved their distribution deal, reportedly over the potentially X-rated content in John Derek's film 'Bolero' and MGM's then-policy of not theatrically releasing X-rated material, forcing Cannon to become an in-house distribution company once again. Because of this, Breakin' is considered to be the final financially profitable film released by Cannon. Breakin' was followed by a sequel entitled 'Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo, released later in 1984.

PLOT

Protagonist Kelly Bennett (Lucinda Dickey) is a young dancer training under the supervision of a traditionalist choreographer, Franco (Ben Lokey). Through her friend Adam, Kelly is introduced to two street dancers, Ozone (Adolfo 'Shabba Doo' Quinones) and Turbo (Michael 'Boogaloo Shrimp' Chambers) on the boardwalk at Venice Beach.  Kelly becomes enamored with their dancing and becomes friendly with the men, dancing and talking with them. Eventually, after dancing together the three form a team. Kelly eventually leaves her studio as her choreographer does not respect breakdancing and makes unwanted advances towards her. Later, Kelly attends a dance audition and is shut down by harsh directors. Kelly then wanders to a breakdancing event where she finds Ozone and Turbo in the midst of a dance battle that they eventually lose against rivals "Electro Rock". Ozone is very defeated and is consoled by Kelly and she convinces him and Turbo to enter a dance competition. Kelly's agent friend James (Christopher McDonald), sees what the group can do and agrees to back them. However, the group is technically not allowed to perform in the dance audition because they only want "respected" forms of dance. Kelly and the crew dress up in black tie clothes to fool the judges and then start their audition. When the judges see their breakdancing they are initially shocked and disapproving. However, the three eventually win over the judges and are chosen from the audition. The group goes on to be popular, remain friends, and dance in the community.
Breakin' opened in 1,069 venues on May 4, 1984 and outgrossed 'Sixteen Candles', which had more screens (1,240). The film ranked number one in the box office, earning $6,047,686. By the end of its run, the film grossed $38,682,707 in the domestic box office, making it the eighteenth top-grossing film of 1984.
Several months prior to the film's release, Shabba Doo, Boogaloo Shrimp, Pop n' Taco, Popin' Pete, DJ Chris "The Glove" Taylor and Lollipop were all prominently featured in the music video for Chaka Khan's remake of the 1979 Prince song, "I Feel for You". Ice-T, who had a small role in both Breakin' and its sequel Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo and was prominently featured on the soundtrack to both films (helping introduce his music to a worldwide audience), was quoted as saying he considers the film and his own performance in it to be "wack".

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Lucinda Dickey

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Turbo (Michael 'Boogaloo Shrimp' Chambers

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ODESZA - Higher Ground (feat. Naomi Wild) (Live on KEXP)

Ain't no surprise
That I can't sleep tonight
My only vice
Is standing by your side

So won't you love me better
I'm waiting here
I need you now
Gravity can't hold us down
So just take me there
To higher ground

Save me
I'm holding onto you
My sun is fading
I'm falling into blue
Why don't you save me
My blood is running cold
So lift me up
And get me to higher ground

Would you give me shelter
I need you now
If you lead, I'll follow
I'm reaching out

So won't you love me better
I'm waiting here
I need you now
Gravity can't hold us down
So just take me there

So won't you love me better
I'm waiting here
I need you now
Gravity can't hold us down
So just take me there
To higher ground

Save me
I'm holding onto you
My sun is fading
I'm falling into blue
Why don't you save me
My blood is running cold
So lift me up
And get me to higher ground

Source: LyricFind

Songwriters: Clayton Joseph Knight / Harrison Gordon Mills / Adam Novodor / India Quateman / Aaron Spiro

Higher Ground lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Ingrooves Music Publishing LLC C/O Sovereign Music

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Odesza is an American electronic music duo originating from Bellingham, Washington. It consists of Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight, known individually as Catacombkid and BeachesBeaches. They formed in 2012, shortly before Mills and Knight graduated from Western Washington University. Additionally, ODESZA is composed of a complete brass section, drum line, and singers including Naomi Wild and WYNNE.

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Naomi Wild

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K-391

Kenneth Osberg Nilsen, better known by his stage name K-391, is a Norwegian record producer and DJ. He is best known for his 2018 single "Ignite", a collaboration with Alan Walker which reached number one in Norway.

Alan Walker, K-391, Tungevaag, Mangoo - PLAY (Alan Walker's Video)

We used to hide under the covers
Serenade each other
With careless melodies
Something buried deep inside us
The major and the minor
We're like piano keys

You played for me
You played for me, oh-oh
You played for me
I swear it, even in my sleep
I hear it like the memory
Of everything we used to be

You played for me
(You played for me)
(You played for me)

We couldn't stop the world from turning
It was like a whirlwind
Scattered us like leaves
But I'm stuck inside a feeling
A song that never leaves
We were like a symphony

You played for me
You played for me, oh-oh
You played for me
I swear it, even in my sleep
I hear it like the memory
Of everything we used to be

You played for me
(You played for me)
(You played for me)

You and me
You and me
You and me
You and me
You and me
You and me
You played for me

I swear it, even in my sleep
I hear it like the memory
Of everything we used to be
You played for me

Source: LyricFind

Songwriters: Alan Olav Walker / Martin Tungevaag / Mattias Brann / Kenneth Nilsen

Play - Niya & Alan Walker Remix lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc

Alan Olav Walker (born 24 August 1997) is an English-born Norwegian DJ and record producer. In 2015, Walker received international acclaim after releasing the single 'Faded' which received multi-platinum certifications in over 10 countries. In 2018, he was ranked 36th on Dj Mag's Top 100 DJs list of 2018. He released his debut studio album, 'Diffent World, in 2018. Growing up in the digital era, Walker found an early interest in computers, which later turned into a fascination for programming and graphic design. He initially had no musical background; however, he later taught himself by watching tutorials on YouTube based on music production.    In 2012, Walker was listening to a song by Italian DJ David Whistle (also known as DJ Ness) and reached out to him to find out how he produced his music. He was inspired by EDM producers K-391 and Ahrix, and by film composers like Hans Zimmer and Steve Jablonsky. He started producing his music on his laptop using FL Studio. In July 2012, with the help and feedback from his fans online, he began pursuing his music production career and slowly began posting his music to YouTube and SoundCloud. Started as a bedroom producer, he was better known as DJ Walkzz before signing a record deal and releasing his debut single in 2014. Walker was asked why he wears a mask when he performs live and on stage, he replied that "It is to keep a low profile while maintaining the mental image they have given me. I think it's pretty cool. A little twist that makes people ask themselves questions about who really is the person behind Alan Walker."

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Tungevaag

Tungevaag & Raaban is a dance music producer duo consisting of the Norwegian Martin Tungevaag from Stadlandet in Norway, and Swedish Robin Soderlund (better known by his artistic name Raaban) from Boras in Sweden. Sharing a common interest for the EDM genre, they have both collaborated and separately produced music within the genre for many years. On December 9th, 2019, the duo announced on Instagram that "creatively we will pursue different goals and paths"

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Tungevaag & Raaban

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[Lyrics] Billie Eilish - Everything I wanted (Aquadrop Remix)

I had a dream
I got everything I wanted
Not what you'd think
And if I'm being honest
It might've been a nightmare
To anyone who might care
Thought I could fly (fly)
So I stepped off the golden, mm
Nobody cried (cried, cried, cried, cried)
Nobody even noticed
I saw them standing right there
Kinda thought they might care (might care, might care)
I had a dream
I got everything I wanted
But when I wake up, I see
You with me
And you say, "As long as I'm here
No one can hurt you
Don't wanna lie here
But you can learn to
If I could change
The way that you see yourself
You wouldn't wonder why you're here
They don't deserve you"
I tried to scream
But my head was underwater
They called me weak
Like I'm not just somebody's daughter
It could've been a nightmare
But it felt like they were right there
And it feels like yesterday was a year ago
But I don't wanna let anybody know
'Cause everybody wants something from me now
And I don't wanna let 'em down
I had a dream
I got everything I wanted
But when I wake up, I see
You with me
And you say, "As long as I'm here
No one can hurt you
Don't wanna lie here
But you can learn to
If I could change
The way that you see yourself
You wouldn't wonder why you're here
They don't deserve you"
If I knew it all then would I do it again?
Would I do it again?
If they knew what they said would go straight to my head
What would they say instead?
If I knew it all then would I do it again?
Would I do it again?
If they knew what they said would go straight to my head
What would they say instead?
Source: LyricFind
Songwriters: Billie Eilish O'Connell / Finneas Baird O'Connell
everything i wanted lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group

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DJ Oakland - Pier Jam

Tom Bruce - Kick It Ken

Kamandi - Weekend Crender

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Sad, happy, energizing or anything in between, Kamandiʼs music is all about feeling. The producer is qualified with a music degree, and he has honed his methods of communicating and evoking different emotion through melody since a young age. Kamandi began his journey playing in bands but turned his hand to production in his late teenage years. Now, with vast live, studio and industry experience under his belt, Kamandi has become a hot topic for various blogs and playlists. His tens of millions of online plays act as an ongoing testament to the connection people feel to his product.

Mossy - After The Sunrise (Original Mix)

Jamie Timony is what some people call a Renaissance man. A songwriter since 16, Timony fell in love with music from an early age before going on to act in critically acclaimed stage plays, in feature films alongside the likes of Geoffrey Rush and Willem Dafoe, and expressing himself with visual art. Now under the name MOSSY, he’s adding music to the impressive career he’s built as a multi-talented artist. “Playing music just makes everything feel good. It’s a spiritual practice. It makes me feel closer to everything. Like I’m in the right place,” he says.

MOSSY recorded his forthcoming EP  while sleeping on blowup mattresses in a basement studio on New York’s Lower East Side. Produced by Dean Tuza with additional production from David Kahne (The Strokes, Paul McCartney), MOSSY also got a helping hand from engineer to Beyonce and Jay Z, Stuart White. “He was in the studio next door to us and we became friends. He’d pop into the studio to find out what we’re up to and he was enjoying what we were doing,” MOSSY says.

Having polished the results of those New York sessions, MOSSY is releasing his debut self-titled EP with the lead single ‘Electric Chair’. Blending psychedelic haze with crackling drum machines, ‘Electric Chair’ swaggers with big synth and guitar hooks and a stomping beat. Elsewhere on the EP, MOSSY drops mesmerising and laid-back jams from the acid house beat of ‘Shipping Yard’ to the woozy, love song dedication of ‘Waterfall’ with its blazing 70s rock riffs. Split down the middle with tingling jazz skronk of instrumental interlude ‘Spa’, it all culminates with ‘Ginsberg’, in which MOSSY’s heartfelt crooning cuts through the noise and goes straight for the soul.

A lover of the pop songwriting of The Beatles and poignant lyricism of Leonard Cohen as much as the noisy theatrics of The Horrors and Deerhunter, MOSSY seamlessly weaves his eclectic tastes into a record as catchy as it is intricate. Now signed to I OH YOU, MOSSY is finally ready to bring those production talents to the world.

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Krakota - Colour The Past (feat. Karina Ramage) [Official Video]

Come, run away with me
Make all your dreams reality
And if you're troubled, let it go and you will see
That we're the same, you and me

Follow, follow me

You have to do it yourself
You've gotta make up your mind
Pretending you're someone else
You won't know if you don't try
Colour the past
And draw your future out
Follow your heart
Whenever you're in doubt

Ahh

Come, run away with me
And if you're troubled, let it go and you will see

Come, run away with me
Make all your dreams reality
And if you're troubled, let it go and you will see
That we're the same, you and me

Follow, follow me

Ahh

Come, run away with me
And if you're troubled, let it go and you will see

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Standing in the biscuit aisle of a supermarket, you wouldn't think your dreams of being a musician would come true. But 25-year-old supermarket worker Karina Ramage was signed on the spot by the music manager who created the boyband Blue. Karina's been speaking to Radio 1 Newsbeat about what happened, revealing how a combination of luck, flour, biscuits and Donald Trump all played their part. "I feel in a bit of a dream," she says.

'Out of the blue'
Karina arrived for her shift with her guitar after a rehearsal when she bumped into Daniel Glatman, the 44-year-old music manager, who was there to buy biscuits and flour. Karina says she's met Daniel before as a customer at the shop in West Hampstead in north-west London, "giving him a cup for his coffee". "We got to chatting about music and he put me on the spot and said 'Let's see what you've got to sing'." "It was completely out of the blue, I hadn't warmed up or anything." Karina says she's always dreamed about singing in front of a music boss, just not in a supermarket. She said: "20% of my life is Waitrose, the other 80% is gigging and busking, playing just about everywhere I can to push my music." "And then the only place I'm thinking I'm not going to have anything to do with music is where I meet a music manager so it's really cool," she says.

Passion
Karina says she sang one of her favourite songs - Wasteland - a song she'd written herself about an issue which "means a lot". The song is about sustainability and the environment and was written in response to Donald Trump. "I wrote the song when Trump was on TV saying something about climate change not being real, and it made me angry and stressed," she says. "When I wrote it, it was something I was worried about and a way for me to express and remind myself that I need to do better as well." The song mentions how human habits are affecting the sustainability of the planet, with Karina adding "unless we change our ways, the planet will end up being some sort of wasteland".

The future
So what's next for Karina after this incredible moment?
"I would love to collaborate with other people and do some more songwriting."
Karina says she likes writing songs "that have a lot of meaning" and hopes her song makes people think about the environment. "Hopefully people are thinking they need to get a reusable bottle!" She adds that she's "already cut down on meat and dairy" and hopes other people will be doing things to save the planet. "I think one person won't make a difference but millions and millions of people make a huge difference."

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Makoto - Wading Through Crowds (feat. Karina Ramage)

I'm wading through the crowds
Making my way down, I'll be there, I'll be there

You can take your time, don't wanna rush you
I'll just see you there

When you feel as though you're flying and the world is spinning round,
I'll reach out, to catch you if you ever fall down,
I'll catch you, before you touch the ground

I'll catch you

I'll catch you

At the end of the night, and the chemistry's just right

I'd stay here, I'd stay here

It's so late that it's early,
But we don't go to bed we just just stare at
The sky, at this beautiful ride and it's glorious

It's glorious,
It's glorious and I'll catch you if
You ever fall down, fall down, fall down

I'll catch you

I'll catch you

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: Shingen Takeda

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Makoto - Shine On Through (feat. Mountain & Karina Ramage) [Official Music Video]

Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through

Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through

Finally this weight is off my shoulders (Weight is off my shoulders)
Suddenly I'm feeling so much better (Feeling so much better)
I wish I had a way to see it through but
Now that I know there's nothing I can do
Since I've noticed the power's up to you
Being stronger (Being stronger)

I can climb those mountains (I can climb those mountains)
And I can fight those demons (I can fight those demons)
I'll be faster and stronger (Faster and stronger)
And shine on through

Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through

Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through

It's all for the best
A lesson and my wisdom is that life is a test
And it's testing you
It's all for the best
A lesson and my wisdom is that life is a test
And it's testing you

I can climb those mountains (I can climb those mountains)
And I can fight those demons (I can fight those demons)
I'll be faster and stronger (Faster and stronger)
And shine on through

I can climb those mountains (Climb those mountains)
And I can fight those demons (I can fight those demons)
I'll be faster and stronger (Faster and stronger)
And shine on through

Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through

Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through

Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through

Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through
Shine on through

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: Makoto Shimizu / Karina Ramage / Shigeta Kamiyama

Makoto Shimizu (清水誠, Shimizu Makoto) (born 1977 in Tokyo Japan), professionally known as Makoto (マコト, Makoto), is a Japanese drum and bass musician, DJ and actor. Among other distinctive elements of Makoto's musical style, a heavy influence of 1970s-era soul, funk and jazz fusion can be heard throughout the vast majority of his repertoire. His music is also featured in Polyphony's Gran Turismo series and its spinoff, Tourist Trophy. Makoto continues to act and tour in support of his music, mostly in Japan, but also across Asia, Europe, and USA.

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Vini Vici - Talking With U.F.O's

Vini Vici is the new project of Aviram Saharai & Matan Kadosh, both well-known, experienced electronic music producers, and was formed with an intention to express their love for the old school sound, paired with progressive ideas. Iboga Records and FM Bookings, widely considered to be the biggest psytrance label and booking agency, were the first to see the potential of the project and invited them to be part of their well-respected family.  After the huge success of their premiere EP 'Divine Mode' and their follow-up ‘Back Underground’, ‘Expender’, ‘Anything & Everything’, and ‘Veni Vidi Vici’ tracks, they have continued to produce outstanding tracks which have gained them increasing attention. Legendary psytrance pioneers Infected Mushroom named them “the best upcoming psytrance artists at the moment” in 2015.  They continued to make history early in 2016 with their Vini Vici Remix of ‘Hilight Tribe - Free Tibet’, which gained over 15,000,000 views on YouTube and landed the No.2 spot on Beatport’s Main chart, becoming the first psytrance track ever to have entered the Main Top 10.  Their energy-filled tunes have led a new wave of fans and producers to their style and caught the attention of none other than Armin Van Buuren. They have since released a massive collab with him called ‘Great Spirit’ feat. Hilight Tribe, which gained over 1,000,000 YouTube views in just 2 weeks and reached No.4 on Beatport’s Main Chart. They continue to spread psytrance energy all over the world, with over 220 shows in 2016 at some of the most prestigious electronic music events around the globe (A State Of Trance Festival NL, Tomorrowland BE, Boom Festival PT, Electric Daisy Carnival in U.S.A, Ultra BR, Dreamstate U.S.A, Transmission CZ, Experience BR, Vuuv DE, Sunburn GOA, Luminosity NL, Earthcore AU, Unity IL just to name a few...).  Armin van Buuren: “I’ve wanted to work with Vini Vici ever since they embarked on the music scene. Few acts have such a well-defined signature sound”

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Boot & Tax - Celeste

Ezzy - Love Affair

Ricky Razu - Without U

Owain K - Teifi (Innate)

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Josh Legg, known professionally as Goldroom, is an American electronic musician. Goldroom's musical influences include Alan Braxe, Daft Punk, Bob Dylan, Fred Falke, Al Green, LCD Soundsystem, Nirvana and Tom Petty. He describes his output as "modern dance music production incorporating live instrumentation" and "dance music for the backyard, dance music for the beach"

Goldroom - Fifteen (feat. Chela) (Oxford Remix)

It's been a long time, wondering why
The summer smells like sin and wonder
Feels like it
Got inside of
A place and time
I dream about when
I get a walk in
I'll let us always
The summer sun I can't go back to
The touch of your skin
On my skin
Look away the sun's above us
Now you know we'll look back up in time

But we were only fifteen,
Fifteen we're floating through the slipstream
You're with me, we were only fifteen
Fifteen just floating through the slipstream

It's been a long time
Wondering why
The summer smells like sin and wonder
Feels like it
Got inside of
A place and time
I dream about when
I get a walk in
I'll let us always
The summer sun I can't go back to
The touch of your skin
On my skin
Look away the sun's above us
Now you know we'll look back up in time

But we were only fifteen,
Fifteen we're floating through the slipstream
You're with me, we were only fifteen
Fifteen just floating through the slipstream

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: Joshua Legg