Episode 11: Interview with Thomas Gold! Episode 11 starts with a voicemail we got from CHI-EDM.com. Then an in-depth interview with Thomas Gold a Berlin-based DJ and producer who within the last couple of years has released a string of smash singles played the planet’s foremost clubs and festivals, remixed some of the biggest pop acts in existence and garnered praise from a whole host of his contemporaries. Since storming onto the scene in 2006, the German artist has emerged as one of the most widely admired producers in modern dance music. His breakout remix of Adele’s “Set Fire to Rain” eclipsed 15 million YouTube views, while his reworks of industry icons like Lady Gaga, OneRepublic and Miike Snow continue to dominate dance floors worldwide.
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Episode 9: Interview with Tydi! Australian DJ, songwriter, and producer tyDi is a conservatory-trained musician whose eclectic trance and house tracks have earned him a globally dominant profile. Born Tyson Illingworth in Mooloolaba, Australia in 1987, tyDi first became drawn to trance and other types of techno in his early teens. Although he played drums while in high school, he eventually procured a set of DJ turntables and by age 16 won first prize at the Brisbane DJ Wars. After high school, tyDi relocated to Brisbane, where he earned his Bachelor of Music Technology from Queensland Conservatorium of Music. While at school, tyDi still found time to perform, building a loyal following with his regular appearances at the Brisbane nightclub The Family. In 2008 he maximized this attention by becoming the youngest artist ever to win the InTheMix Top 50 DJs in Australia contest.
After graduating conservatory in 2009, tyDi released his debut album, Look Closer, which rose to the number two slot on the Australian dance chart. Two years later he returned with his sophomore album, Shooting Stars, which hit number one on the dance charts in Australia, Canada, and the U.K. and showcased collaborations with several vocalists including Tania Zygar, Brianna Holan, and Audrey Gallagher. In 2012 he curated the dance mix compilation album Global Soundsystem 2012: California, and the following year he delivered a compilation of his own chillout, non-dance-oriented material, Hotel Room.
In 2014 tyDi released his fourth solo album, Redefined, which showcased a more stylistically varied electronic palette and included vocals from Dashboard Confessional’s Chris Carrabba and the Ready Set’s Jordan Witzigreuter. A bevy of non-album singles followed, including 2016’s “Oceans” (with Jack Novak and Greyson Chance) and “Lost” (featuring Asiahn), among others. He delivered yet more singles in 2017, including “Beautiful War” (featuring Lola Rhodes) and “Closing In” (with Christopher Tin and Dia Frampton).Post Views: 0
Episode 15: Interview with Morgan Page! Morgan Page an artist, DJ, songwriter, and even radio show presenter, continually offering a unique and undeniable perspective, evolving with the times. His tracks include “The Longest Road”, “Fight for You” and “In the Air”. Page has received two Grammy Award nominations; a personal nomination for best remix with Nadia Ali and in 2009 his song was nominated for best remix (“The Longest Road” – Deadmau5 Remix). With all this along with sales figures that put him over 600,000 digital track sales and YouTube views that surpass 19 million, it’s no wonder the Wynn Las Vegas tapped him for a prestigious residency in 2012 and Sirius XM gave him his very own radio show—aptly titled “In The Air”
Page has become a seismic presence at festivals such as Coachella, Electric Daisy Carnival, Big Day Out, and many more worldwide events. In 2012, he was nominated by the IDMA’s in the “Best American DJ” category alongside Skrillex, Kaskade, and Deadmau5. Page also shares his producing secrets and 100+ ways to crack the creativity code and make better music at MP Quick Tips. In this episode, we learn about a possible collaboration, talk making music, and get the secret behind his hit “The Longest Road.”Post Views: 0
Episode 12: Interview with Jes! In a world where few have the vision, creativity and willpower to carve their own distinct niche JES has excelled in exactly that. One voice and vision that has forged a career path that is often imitated, but rarely equaled. JES’ extraordinary voice and passionate songwriting have won her the respect and adoration of both the music fans and industry across the globe. After hits with dance music pioneers like D-Fuse and Deepsky, JES began to work with two underground San Francisco based DJ’s named Josh Gabriel and Dave Dresden forming a band called “Motorcycle”. The resulting song, “As The Rush Comes” would change the landscape of electronic music for a generation. Propelled onwards by the massive success of “As The Rush Comes,” (#1 Billboard Hot Dance Airplay Chart US) JES formed a close working relationship with Tiesto (then ranked as the worlds #1 DJ) and signed a solo artist deal with his label, and the rest, as they say, is history. In this episode Jes covers it all, including her record label and tips for getting your song heard, then she plays her Top 3 Favorite songs including “Happy” the track she did with Austin Leads and Redhead RomanPost Views: 0