I entered Pacha NYC around midnight while Nervo was bumping Mr. Brightside (Marco V Treatment) by The Killers, one of the plenty bangers Nervo dropped that night along with 'La Tromba' by Chris Lake & Lys, 'Tung' by Deniz Koyu, 'Epic' by Sandro Silva & Quintino, 'Feel So Close' by Calvin Harris, 'Advanced' (Tiesto Remix) by Marcel Woods, 'You've Got The Love' (Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike VS Yves V Mix) by Florence and The Machine, and finally 'We're All No One' by none other than Nervo themselves featuring Afrojack & Steve Aoki, which is when DJ Chuckie took hold of the 1's and 2's. Their setlist was phenomenal which just goes to show you that Liv and Mim can throw down just as hard as any other DJ's I know of.
Nervo also dropped their new single 'Army' by Nervo featuring Omarion, keep an eye out for that.
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"DJ CHUCKIE'S IN THE HOUSE.
NERVO'S IN THE HOUSE.
MAX VANGELI'S IN THE HOUSE.
AN21'S IN THE HOUSE."
Roared over the speakers throughout the night, Chuckie and friends were running this shit and announcing it to the crowd. The amount of tracks Chuckie's set consisted of was innumerable, ranging from hip hop to the dirtiest of DIRTY DUTCH. I was baffled with his disc jockeying techniques: swapped drops, vocal mixes, bootlegs, dirty cuts, straight burning it down, you name it and Chuckie did it. The above video proves exactly what I am telling you, if you are not familiar with 'Who Is Ready to Jump' by Chuckie, you better get familiar. The mix he put together was especially amazing for this track, throwing in some 'Jump Around' by Cypress Hill along with 'Jump Jump' by Busta Rhymes, MENTAL.
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