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DJ GIMME SAMOA | DEBACLE RADIO VOL 4 Fri, 12 Dec 2014 19:34:21 +0000 DJ Gimme Samoa drops another banger DJ mix for Debacle ENT. Radio!! Enjoy..


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DJ GIMME SAMOA | DEBACLE RADIO Wed, 11 Jun 2014 22:22:30 +0000 Another banging mix for Debacle ENT radio by the Tampa Bay legend DJ Gimme Samoa!



Dj Mustard-Vato( LIam Summer twerk remix)
Jason Derulo-Talk Dirty(Jay valar & Matt Massik Twerk remix)
Sails & Antiserium -Wild (Zeke & Zoid remix)
Diplo-Express Yourself (Party Favor working glue remix)
Lil Wayne & Mannie Fresh- Go DJ (fRNKROK & VRS twerk remix)
Skrillex- Recess ( Basomatik Bootleg)
flosstradamus- Mosh Pit (MEAUX GREEN & Party Favor remix)
Young Buck- Shorty Wanna Ride (TAGRM twerk remix)
LOW pros ft. Juvenile- Muscle(TWRK remix)
UZ-No Stripes
Outkast-#MS Jackson(Goshfather & Jinco twerk remix)
Breach-Jack (Neon Steve remix)
Missy Elliot-One Minute Man(Jesse Slayter& Saint remix)
Ariana Grande-Problem(Kassiano twerk remix)
Dan Farber-99 Problems butt a twerk aint one
Iggy Azalea-Fancy(Caked Up remix)

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DIPLO | Rollerskating Thru The Universe Tue, 10 Dec 2013 19:27:01 +0000 Known internationally as a curator amongst the worldʼs most cutting edge DJs, producers, and musical movements Wesley Pentz (better known as DIPLO) has experienced a variety of successes. The last few years have been spent running through the club circuit and having chart-topping hits with refreshing irreverence. Born in Tupelo, Mississippi, in 1978, Pentz spent most his childhood in Florida working in his father’s bait shop and being turned onto music through then-new mediums like MTV. Drifting North through the state came Miami Bass, and from the West came the sounds of Southern Hip-Hop artists. The musical influence and variety coalesced, and at 18, Pentz moved to Philadelphia for college at Temple University to study Film and Music. While a student he took a job in the South Philadephia community as a social worker and created the influential Hollertronix club night, which was the beginning of his fledgling career as DIPLO.

In 2004, Pentz realesed his debut album as Diplo called, “Florida.” It received praise and accolades in the underground community. The music embodied on this album led to an introduction via an A&R man at XL Records to M.I.A. In 2004, he partnered with M.I.A. for the mixtape “Piracy Funds Terrorism.” Pentzʼs cultural impact had started to snowball. Together they worked on her first album “Arular” and much of her second “Kala,” including the 2008 mega-hit “Paper Planes,” which reached No. 3 in the U.S. Charts and earned him a Grammy nomination for Record of the Year. His production credits have evolved since to include Santigold, Lilʼ Jon and Missy Elliot, while remixing works by Beck, Radiohead, Britney Spears and countless others. In 2009 Pentz teamed with frequent collaborator Dave Taylor (aka Switch) to release the futuristic dancehall album “Guns Donʼt Kill People… Lazers Do,” under the guise of Major Laze — a Jamaican militant at war with an evil army of zombies, mummies, and vampires.

Meanwhile, his record label Mad Decent has helped to introduce Brazilian baile funk, Angolan Kuduro, and other marginalized music to clubs around the world, developing as a trendsetting force with which to be reckoned. With the same mission in mind, some of the varied acts Pentz has signed or produced include Rye Rye, Bonde do Role, Crookers, Blaqstarr, Boy 8-Bit, Buraka Som Systema, and Rusko, allowing Mad Decent to act as a launching pad or home base for many others while spreading its influence across the globe. Through the label, Pentz has founded a charity called Heaps Decent as a social relief program to help children in Australia as well as with additional efforts internationally. In early 2009, Pentz debuted his film “Favela on Blast,” a five-years-in-the-making documentary exploring the Brazilian slum favelas of Rio de Janeiro and the thriving baile funk music scene that exists within. He is currently developing a TV show to air in 2010.

Through a widespread assortment of releases and artistsʼ works – from cumbia
to dubstep to punk and beyond – Diplo has shown dynamic range with interests that span far beyond any singular culture or musical realm, standing as a working model for the truly 21st Century artist.

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dj gimme samoa | Samoa Good Vibes Minimix Mon, 16 Sep 2013 04:48:11 +0000 Another banger trap mix from the Bay Area legend, GIMME SAMOA of Samoa Good Records…



1. Don’t Drop That Thun Thun – G-Buck Twerk Remix
2. Turn Down For What – DJ Snake & Lil Jon
3. Money In Da Bank – Caked Up Twerk Remix
4. My Neck, My Back (Lick It) – Miles Medina Twerk Remix
5. BIG K.R.I.T.- What You Mean (Stylust Beats Remix)
6. UGK- International Players Anthem – Esentrik Remix
7. Brillz Feat.Teddy Tuxedo – Buckwild
8. Notorious B.I.G. – Big Poppa – GQMF Remix
9. Daft Punk – Get Lucky – Uanimals Remix

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Calvin Da Coordinator | TURN UP LIVE Fri, 28 Jun 2013 19:51:17 +0000 Artists such as 2 Chainz, Lil Scrappy, Roscoe Dash, Rick Ross, Waka Flocka Flame and Gucci Mane partly have this DJ to thank for their success because he was influential in breaking their records to his thousands of supporters on his mixtapes.

Born and raised in Augusta, GA, Calvin Da Coordinator came to Atlanta in 1997 and hit the ground running. He joined Oomp Camp in 2002, started DJing in 2003 and never looked back.

Although known for his southern style of mixing, he combines old school, disco and hip-hop in an unparalleled way; he has the creative ability of controlling the crowd and keeping them coming back for more.

He was influential in breaking fellow labelmate DJ Unk’s 2006 smash single “Walk it Out,” which peaked at Number 10 on Billboard’s Hot 100, was nominated for a BET Viewer’s Choice Award and has over 20 million views on Youtube.

He is always ten steps ahead of the competition. He is currently working with 2 Chainz on a first-ever mixtape DVD, which will in essence be a visual and audio experience unheard of in the mixtape realm.

He credits his love for music to some of his favorite artists such as Pimp C, Tupac, James Brown, Jay-Z, Biggie, Slick Rick, Run DMC, Beastie Boys and LL Cool J.
Although he has a mix show that spins on four radio station and is a DJ at two Atlanta nightclubs, he has never forgotten where he came from. He still takes pride in breaking underground artists’ music.

Pulling from his influences such as Grand Master Flash, DJ Kid Capri, DJ Rectangle, DJ Tiesto, DJ Jelly, Jam Master Jay, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Calvin Da Coordinator is set out to bridge the gap between generations with music.

Just ask the fans who drive across country to get their hands on his mixtapes, he is well on his way in doing so.

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Spastik | Love Inside Wed, 14 Mar 2012 22:25:20 +0000 Spastik is an up-and-coming Liquid DnB producer haling from Portland, OR. Having accumulated a hefty catalog of original tracks, but left un-signed, Low Pass Records found him, and signed his work immediately.

Spastik had a single track ‘Night Run’ released on the LPR001 Compilation LP (Which held its’ place in the Beatport Top50 Albums for over a month) which garnered much due attention; and now will be seeing his very own EP exclusively on Beatport March 15th, and all other retailers on March 29th.

The Photograph EP features 5 Liquid DnB tracks, 4 of which that can be purchased individually, and a 5th one, ‘Love Inside’, that is exclusively Album Only. (or download it for free while you still can)

Low Pass Records is a label based on the principles of everything bass (Dubstep, DnB, Drumstep, Moombahton, Glitch Hop, etc) trying to represent the underdogs in their respective genre. Of the past three EP’s, two have broken the Top50 Dubstep Releases on Beatport, and our ongoing Remix Contest was picked as an Editor’s Choice on and has ~10,000 plays.

Forthcoming to Low Pass Records; Just one of five Liquid D’nB tracks on the Photograph EP (LPR004) by Spastik. Dropping this March 15th! Enjoy…

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Nicky Romero | 2012 MIX Mon, 27 Feb 2012 15:21:12 +0000  It was January 6th, 1989 when young Dutchman Nicky Romero saw his first light of day. Born and raised in a small city called Amerongen, Nicky developed an interest for music at a very young age. At the age of 6 he hit his first snare drum after joining a marching band and this is where it all kicked off for young Nicky. After saving up for a little while, Nicky obtained his first drum kit and started banging away at it like there was no tomorrow. For the next three years there was only one beat to be heard in the Romero household, Nicky’s beat, practising the drums day and night.

Being bored with the drum kit, made way for a brand new set of turntables. Studying and practising his mixing skills were mainly what Nicky’s life consisted of at the time. Already flirting with the idea of making his own music and rocking the crowds some day. When Nicky finished school, the path was clear and the objective was set, producing music became not only a career, but a way of life!

The very first musical offerings Privilege and QWERTY by Romero were snatched up by a small boutique label called ‘Once Records’ the ‘Romero sound’ was born. Next to having a few more releases on small independent imprints, there was a remix for Tony Cha Cha and Sidney Samson: ‘Get On The Floor’ that whirled up a storm of publicity. All the aforementioned achievements, left one more aspect of the production game in need of conquering; the bootleg. Producing his own interpretation of David Guetta’s ‘When Love Takes Over’ resulted in instantly becoming the so called talk of the town with thousands of hits on Youtube and posts on various influential music blogs, Nicky made his entrance into the global scene.

Releasing ‘My Friend’ really paved the way for Nicky. The track released on Spinnin’ Records shot to a 4th place in the overall Beatport top 100 download chart and straight to the top spot on Dutch portal Dance–Tunes. This success resulting in the worlds top artists supporting almost everything Nicky releases nowadays. People the likes of Tiesto, Fedde Le Grand, David Guetta and Sander Van Doorn all often feature tracks by Nicky in their sets. All these accolades make for Nicky being one of the hottest, most sought after producers and remixers on the planet today. With remixes for Green Velvet, Tiesto, Flo-Rida and David Guetta the outlook for 2011 is a promising one.

Nicky’s tour schedule for 2011 is also filling up nicely. Getting invited to play Ultrafest during the WMC and a two-week tour in Australia already pencilled in, leaves just enough time to tour the US and travel through Europe rocking the crowds where ever he plays. All this next to maintaining one of the busiestproduction schedules know to man, Nicky Romero has truly entered the top realm within the global dance scene.



01. Nicky Romero, David Guetta & Sia feat. Jack Back- Wild One Two
02. Cosmo Klein – The Night (Nilson & The 8th Note remix)
03. Sander van Doorn – Chasin’
04. Avicii & Nicky Romero – Nicktim
05. Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl feat. Georgi Kay – In My Mind (Axwell Mix)
06. Hardwell – Spaceman
07. David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj – Turn Me On (Michael Calfan Remix)
08. Tommy Trash – Cascade
09. Bingo Players – L’Amour
10. Nicky Romero – Generation 303
11. Skrillex feat. Members of The Doors – Breakn’ A Sweat (Zedd Remix)
12. Nicky Romero – Toulouse
13. Albin Myers – Hells Bells
14. Dannic – Doster

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Cedric Gervais | LIVE at Marquee for Kim Kardashian’s 31st Birthday Party Sun, 05 Feb 2012 20:57:10 +0000 This mix was recorded by one of our favorite DJs… Cedric Gervais (Miami, Florida) live at Marquee in Las Vegas, Nevada for Kim Kardashian’s 31st birthday. Marquee is located inside the Cosmopolitan Hotel.

It is an uncommon occurrence in the Electronic Dance Music scene to find an artist sensationally talented as both a DJ and a producer. Cedric Gervais is of the rare breed whose talents behind the decks translate over into the production room. For years he has captivated clubbers and partygoers as he reigned supreme over the Miami dance scene. Although originally born in Marseilles, Cedric Gervais has chosen Miami as his adopted home, and the city has been more than happy to embrace him. He has held residencies at Crobar (now Cameo) and the world famous Nikki Beach, before taking over the Space Terrace. Cedric’s presence at the Space Terrace was felt immediately as people in the thousands began lining up to witness him devastate the after-hours scene. Despite being in such heavy demand, Cedric still found time to take his talents into the studio. His first single with Ultra Records, “Burning” was a great success on both the charts and the underground circuit. Soon after, he unleashed his debut album “The Experiment”, which featured the massive hit, “Spirit in My Life”. The album took him to a different level as he spent the next couple of years touring the world, entertaining and thrilling his many fans. His production credits include working with the likes of Lenny Kravitz, Deep Dish, Steve Lawler, and Rachel Star, just to name a few. Whilst maintaining a hectic tour schedule, Cedric has managed to both continue his residency at Space and spend plenty of time in the production room. His latest single, “Mauri’s Dream”, was Pete Tong’s Essential Tune of the Week three weeks in a row, and has received great critical acclaim from both DJs and producers. Many consider it to be one of the best, if not the best song revealed at the 2009 Winter Music Conference. It will be hard for any producer to top “Mauri’s Dream”, but tantalizingly enough, Cedric has expressed that “Mauri’s Dream” is just the beginning of what should be a string of smash hit releases. Currently, Cedric is working on his highly anticipated second album, “Miamication”; which is scheduled for release later this summer. He is working closely with Sharam (of Deep Dish fame) and the duo already had a monster record together, entitled, “U Don’t Even Know Us”, under the moniker, Sharvais. Cedric has also just relaunched his two record labels, Sleaze Records and SleazeTech. Having undergone major makeovers, the two labels are ready to take the Electronic Dance Music world by storm. Sleaze Records will specialize in house music and SleazeTech will focus on Techno and Minimal. Both labels are set to begin a heavy release schedule with the first set of releases coming in the end of April. With a host of new talent signed to the two labels, it is only a matter of time before Cedric propels them both to the top. Very few have managed to enjoy the kind of success Cedric Gervais has worked hard to achieve in such a short span of time. The scary, yet enthralling aspect about Cedric’s career is that it has yet to reach it peak. Although it would be cliché to say the future is bright for this young star, it is nevertheless true. No one can be sure what is in store for Cedric, but what can be certain is his impact will be one that will be felt for generations to come.

Feel free to listen and download this great live mix from the DJ booth of Marquee Nightlclub!

HD Video from the red carpet –

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Shock To The System | The Remixes Fri, 27 Jan 2012 21:41:43 +0000 Channeling the sounds of filth and grime, Jake Dubber AKA Shock to the System has been devouring the US dubstep scene for several years with huge remixes and now original bangers featuring himself on vocals. After several years of producing and playing drum and bass, breaks and electro, he has settled into his niche with dubstep and drumstep. He is known for a not to be missed live show with unmatchable energy and high intensity and brings the house down every time. ‘SttS’ has been touring nationally and blowing up Florida for several years. Shock to the System is quite possibly the most aptly named artist in the industry.

Shock to The System releases his original track under Samoa Good Records, a nationally distributed recording label with distribution to all major digital download music site including iTunes, Beatport, Jamvana, and Juno.

Keep your eyes out for future DEBACLE ENT events featuring SHOCK TO THE SYSTEM. Feel free to download and listen to all of Shocks remixed tracks here…

Check out the music video of Shock to The Systems remix of Paramore’s “Misery Business”

Check out the music video of Shock to The Systems remix of Rihanna’s “Rockstar 101”

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