Datsik is currently on tour, and anyone wondering what life is like on the road for a EDM star should look no further than this first edition of his "Firepower Most Wanted" Tour recap video. The video shows the crazy, wild, and hectic lives of Datsik and co., and is quite a watch. The clip features Datsik's Vortex Lumen, created by V Squared Labs, which is a groundbreaking real-time, 3-D mapping technology that gives viewers a next-level viewing experience. Check out the video below.
DATSIK’s remaining tour dates are as follows:
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Star Dubstep DJ/Producer Datsik has a record label, and this November is quite a busy month for the imprint. Staying true to its name, Firepower Records is setting the month on fire with four debut releases from the label. Released last week (November 5), was Terravita’s EP ‘Pirate Bass’ available here, and this week sees yet another release. Out today (November 12), Melamin has released his new EP, ‘Empire,’ with an accompanying free download of his remix of Datsik’s single, “Firepower.”
Next Tuesday, October 22, DJ and producer Datsik will be adding his song "Automatik" featuring Messinian to MashupDJ's library of music.
Datsik's song "Automatik" is part rap and part heavy dubstep bass. Its the perfect addition to MashupDJ's growing library of music.
If you're not already familiar with the new web app MashupDJ let us break it down for you: MashupDJ is a place where any music lover can create a mash up of songs with just a few clicks. You can browse their library of songs from all genres and create your own masterpiece by mashing up any songs you'd like! Mash up "ABC" by Jackson 5 with "I Wanna Be Sedated" by The Ramones. The possibilities of mashups are endless and with new songs dropping every Tuesday, MashupDJ is about to be your new favorite app!
Dubstep producer and DJ Datsik’s label Firepower Records is proud to announce two new music releases dropping this October.
Protohype's Speak No Evil is the third EP following See No Evil which dropped this past March and Hear No Evil which dropped this past June. The EP features 6 songs that are sure to excite and please even the most hardcore bass head. With plenty of bass and drums mashups “Speak No Evil” is the icing on top of a perfect dubstep trilogy.
Just this past Tuesday, September 24, the leader in North American dubstep, Datsik, released Let it Burn--his latest LP, on his independant label, Firepower Records, The LP features 10 hot tracks, and can be dowloaded for free-- that's right, free-- by clicking here.
Datsik states, "Here is my new LP, offered for sale as a FREE DOWNLOAD. I put in a lot of work on this one, so all that I ask is that you help me out by sharing it with your friends."
As Fashion Week continues in New York, we asked a few electronic dance music artists questions about who their favorite designers are, or in what ways they would describe their fashion sense. We learned a few things in the process, mostly that these DJ's don't really have fashion on their radar. However, and in honor of the "holiday," we figured we'd share with you what your favorite artists had to say...
We read in a past interview you really like shopping. Have you kept up with NY Fashion Week at all in the past?
Jochen Miller: Sorry, I haven't! I do love shopping and fashion, but I don't follow up on each trend, so I hardly ever watch fashion-shows. It's a shame I'm not still in town for Fashion Week though, as I can imagine the city must be sizzling then, I'm sure I would have loved the atmosphere!
Miami’s dance music world is finally returning to normalcy after the being taken hostage this March by the world’s best DJs who hosted a month of non-stop musical mayhem. In case you missed the fun, or are dying to relive your favorite memories, Joonbug has you covered with our Miami Music Week highlights.
March 16: Circle Talent Agency Pool Party at The Shelborne
Known for its colossal roster of quality talent, the Circle Talent Agency kicked off Miami Music Week with a splash at their poolside showcase! Touting a star-studded lineup featuring Flux Pavilion, Doctor P, and Datsik, the showcase invited dubstep lovers to bask in the sun while watching their favorite artists flex their bass-heavy muscles. And although anchored by the agency’s superstar turntablists, it was rising stars Lucky Date and Carnage who truly stole the show(case).
It's no doubt that electronic music has caught the attention of the masses. Since the recent explosion of the genre in 2011, it seems that just about everyone has embraced it. Whether its 'deep house' to 'tropical trap rap' to 'moombahton' the genres continue to expand with a now more than ever diverse roster of seriously mind bending choices. We rounded up a mix of twelve songs that are worthy of so much play time it's ri-dic-u-lous.
Someone call VH1 because Datsik is having the best year ever! The Canadian bassmaestro kicked off 2012 by wrapping up and promoting his debut album Vitamin D which was released in April on Steve Aoki’s label Dim Mak. Summer was spent touring the country and jamming in the studio, followed up by the Firepower Tour which kicked off at the beginning of fall and hosts Datsik as the headliner of the show’s super-dubby roster. Joonbug had a chance to catch up with Datsik, born Troy Beetles, last week to hear all about his busy schedule and see what’s in store for 2013.
Datsik will be womping and wobbling across the country this fall, bringing his massive dubstep sound on the road with his Firepower Records Tour.
Launching August 30 in Denver, the tour will hit more than 40 cities and host Delta Heavy, Terrativa, Bare Noize, XKR, GETTER and AFK as openers. Backed by an insane lighting system and a trip-out Vortex video, this concert will skyrocket your bodies, brains and ears into sensory overload.
Follow www.firepowertour.com for updates.