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M-Phazes “Don’t Want To Fall In Love”


Hip-hop producer M-Phazes explores new sounds with this the bright, synthy, and future-retro sound.

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Keone & Mariel Madrid “Dangerous”(Choreography)


• CHOREOGRAPHY BY : Keone & Mariel Madrid • SONG 1 : “Dangerous” (Immortal Version) by Michael Jackson • SONG 2 : “Human Nature” by Michael Jackson (Fingazz Remix) • MORE OF K&M : http://www.urbandance.eu/camp/videos/… • FILM PRODUCTION : 310XT • ABOUT THE UDC : The Urban Dance Camp is the world’s leading dance intensive
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Route 94 – “My Love” ft. Jess Glynne


Floor filler nuff said.

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Glasgow-based Shitdisco was formed in early 2004 by Joel Stone (bass), Joe Reeves (guitar and vocals), Jan Lee (keyboard), andDarren Cullen (drums and cutlery). Very much informed by modern-day dance-punk sounds as well as the post-punk sounds of their forefathers, the group quietly gained a loyal following and their sporadic gigs earned them a reputation for a live
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Hot Chip


Hailing from London, Hot Chip entered the picture with the release of their 2000 debut, Mexico. The EP was issued by Victory Garden Records, a label owned and operated by members of London’s resident lo-fi psychedelic rock institution Southall Riot. The MexicoEP was a hypnotic wash of subtle — nearly subliminal — pulse-like techno beats, acoustic guitars, and
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Daft Punk


In similar company with new-school French progressive dance artists such as Motorbass, Air, Cassius, and Dimitri from Paris, Parisian duo Daft Punk quickly rose to acclaim by adapting a love for first-wave acid house and techno to their younger roots in pop, indie rock, and hip-hop. The combined talents of DJs Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter, the pair’s first projects
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The Chemical Brothers


The act with the first arena-sized sound in the electronica movement, the Chemical Brothers united such varying influences asPublic Enemy, Cabaret Voltaire, and My Bloody Valentine to create a dance-rock-rap fusion which rivaled the best old-school DJs on their own terms — keeping a crowd of people on the floor by working through any number of groove-oriented
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Alex Metric


With modern electronic music, there’s sometimes a tendency to take things, shall we say, ‘a little too seriously’. All too often producers and deejays get caught up so heavily in the idea of being elitist and ‘underground’ that they forget the idea of music altogether – that it should be built to be enjoyed by
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