04/19/2012 - There are few artists in electronic dance music today who really know how to cater to their audience and Porter Robinson is definitely one of them. He begun his performance keeping a nice and steady pace gradually bringing the crowd up to his level, something they couldn't bring themselves to before Porter grabbed hold of the 1's and 2's. Then dove head first into his electro house genre, exactly like it should be done. He sifted his way through a ginormous assortment of bangers such as Dada Life's brand new anthem "Rolling Stones T-Shirt", colleague Zedd's "Save The World" remix, Autoerotique's "Turn Up The Volume" and almighty banger from Avicii… "Levels". Porter Robinson truly went in on Lavo NYC with such a great selection the crowd couldn't help but love it, there was something in his set for every kind of EDM enthusiast. Only 19 years old (what may feel like an eternity away from his first legal drink) and he had patrons of one of the finest establishments in New York City flowing with drinks and rocking off the hinges until damn near dawn. Absolutely amazing.
Rolling Stones T-Shirt (Original Mix) by Dada Life
Save The World (Zedd Remix) by Swedish House Mafia
Cazzette is the Swedish duo between Alexander Björklund and Sebastian Furrer under At Night Management. Together they create some of the dirtiest remixes/bootlegs in the game. I have been planning on drawing Cazzette for some time now and finally got around to it. I saw Cazzette at Avicii's NYE NYC show and also at Cielo NY not too long ago as well.
Cazzette drops "Leave The World Behind" at Cielo on November 17, 2011.
Avicii & Nicky Romero reveal "Nicktim" as the official track name of what was thought to be a track called "Fuck School" in a new video from Avicii's camp wishing him a speedy recovery while feeling under the weather. You have probably heard it in a few sets if you have been to any concerts within the last few months. I caught it at Avicii's NYE NYC Party and also when Nicky Romero demolished Pacha NY back in January. Stay tuned here for more info.