Tag Archive: rivera

Apr 12

Robbie Rivera – Dance or Die (Album Preview)

Check out the forthcoming album from Robbie Rivera.  I think the title speaks for itself, and I agree wholeheartedly.  Enjoy. Released by: Black Hole Recording Release date: May 7, 2012 ANDREW

Feb 03

James C – Thirsty Thursdays 16

Thirsty Thursdays 16 by James C on Mixcloud Super Bowl Weekend!!!! Let this be your soundtrack! Go GMEN!!!! 01. Afrojack & Shermanology – Can’t Stop Me 02. Ferry Corsten – Ain’t No Stoppin’ 03. Kirsty – Twilight (Armin van Buuren Remix) 04. Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl – In My Mind (Axwell Mix) 05. Boom Jinx …

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Jan 31

Robbie Rivera feat. JES – Turn It Around (Bluestone v Loverush Remix)

I haven’t been able to stop listening to the original of this track.  Each time I daydream about dropping it in a club – flashing lights, pounding bass, raging people – heaven.  But, then again, that pretty much is the only thing I think about.  Ever.  Regardless, Bluestone is on the rise, having collaborated on …

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Jan 27

James C – Thirsty Thursdays 15

Thirsty Thursdays 15 by James C on Mixcloud What’s up Party People?! Back with another Thirsty Thursday pre-rage/rage mix for you. This week was hands down the biggest week of EDM releases to date in 2012 and it shows with this tracklist. Huge tracks from Afrojack & Shermanology, tyDi, Dirty South & Thomas Gold, and …

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Jan 06

Robbie Rivera feat. Jes – Turn It Around

This song is the tits – just sayin’.  It’s one of those hands-in-the-air anthems that just ravage a music festival.  Those big room chords just pumping out of the speakers dominating everyone in attendance.  Robbie Rivera has been around for a while, but he’s doing some big things lately that have me hyped on him …

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Nov 18

Foster the People – Pumped Up Kicks (Robbie Rivera Remix)

Everyone knows the original.  Very hipster-ish, but pleasantly uplifting. Many have heard the Skeet Skeet remix already as well.  But here’s another remix, from Robbie Rivera, that’s got a bit more “umph” to the lower frequencies, and also incorporates more of the original track. Turn up the woofers. ANDREW