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Артист: VA Название: Live @ Odyssey 2013: NYE Party Montreal, Canada (31.12.2012) Жанр: Trance Год выхода: 2012 Time: 10:56:54 О музыке:
Make your New Years Eve 2013 role well into the year at the Odyssey NYE 2013 Circus Afterhours Party! Odyssey NYE 2013 will be the biggest afterhours
party in Montreal! How do we know this? Because Circus Afterhours is the biggest after-hours club in downtown Montreal! Odyssey NYE 2013 will be a 13
hours event from 10pm till 11am, it will be the biggest after hour event this new years eve in downtown Montreal! For this NYE Circus afterhours has
12 DJs, 3 VJ’s in 4 different rooms with 150 000 watts of sound
Omar was born in Cairo, Egypt in 1986. He lived in Egypt till he was 14 years old then he moved with his family to the USA. Omar has lived
in California, Florida, and Ohio where he finished his High School. Omar used to be a Professional Swimmer. He swam for the Egyptian National Team. He
represented the Egyptian National Team in many International Swimming Events like the Mediterranean Games and the African Games. He also swam in High
School in the States where he earned an All-American in the 500yards Free Style.
In 2004, Omar decided to move to Montreal, Canada to attend University where he earned a Bachelor of Commerce from Concordia University. Omar fell in
love with the city and the night life in Montreal, especially the vibrant EDM scene in Montreal. His first big party was at the legendary afterhours
club Stereo, where he went to see Markus Schulz play in November 2006. He immediately fell in love with EDM, more specifically dark progressive
melodic trance. He was fortunate to see many great DJays like Markus Schulz, Sasha, Digweed, Armin van Buuren, Danny Howells, Gareth Emery to name a
few. The exposure to different genres in EDM has helped him find exactly what he likes. Omar is influenced by many different genres like rock, trance,
house. Omar agrees with Armin van Buuren’s motto “never be a prisoner of your own style”. He believes that a DJ has to be open to all genres
because all genres feed into each other, and great musicians are influenced by different sounds.
2009 was a great year for Omar, as he was selected as the local Montreal DJ to play at the massive “Global 2009 event at Circus in September 2009
where he shared the decks with many great DJays like Wippenberg, Alex M.O.R.P.H. Simon Patterson. Omar started 2010 on a good note, he played at the
massive “Odyssey 2010 event at Circus Afterhours, where he shared the decks with big names like Wippenberg, Gareth Emery, Saeed Younan, and Arnej.
Omar believes that the only way to succeed and excel in his DJ career is to start producing his own music. Currently, Omar is working on developing
his own unique sound that hopefully he will be able to carry around the world in the near future.
Omar currently has his monthly Radio Show Perception broadcasted on Sense.FM (Progressive Channel) on the first Saturday of every month where he plays
the latest in Electronic Dance Music.
To Tune in, Please Visit: http://www.sense.fm/omar-el-gamal-vision/index.php
Influences: Markus Schulz, Rex Mundi, JPL, Pryda, Glenn Morrison, Hernan Cattaneo, Danny Howells, Guy J and many more..
Style: Progressive House, Dark/Progressive/Melodic Bassline Driven Tranc
Basil O’Glue (Haris Vasiloglou) born and raised in Athens,
now lives in a small city near Thessaloniki – Northern Greece.
He has studied 3d animation and graphic design, and now works as a photographer.
As a teenager he loved electronic music, especially bands as The Prodigy,
The Chemical Brothers etc. A few years later he started to produce his own music
with some amateur software. His first attempts were really not cool,
but after getting his first midi keyboard and some equipment while learning new software,
there was an obvious improvement.His producing tools are, Propellerheads Reason,
some mastering vst plug-in and a couple of good monitors!
Don’t forget to tune in at his radio show, “Momentum”
every 3rd Thursday 22:00 GMT, at www.afterhours.fm
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Introduction: A major force in second dawn of The Netherlands’ dance music, Leon Bolier is one of the most creative studio
minds at work in the country today. Through his now widely-known ‘trance with a twist’ auditory ethos, he determinedly broke the mould of
pre-millennium euphoric trance – rebuilding it with a never-heard-before sound-set. Taking the natural next-step, Bolier has long since brought the
music from the studio to the people. Behind a pair of CDJs, he is a force of nature, delivering one sound-quaking performance after another. Playing
hundreds of nights, and in front of hundreds of thousands of clubbers, this mission culminated in Leon debuting on DJ Magazine’s Top 100 chart in
the autumn of 2008.
Backstory: Born in 1980, he started his production career at the early age of 14. In 2003 Leon and his brother Bart ran into industry guru Maykel
Piron, who was at the time working as A R for Warner Music’s BeNeLux division. Piron turned the pair loose on a remix of Libra (BT’s) ‘Calling
your Name’. After being picked up on by a sizeable number of A List DJs, their Subsphere remix went on to be released on the Captivating Sounds
label. Capitalizing quickly on its success, they worked on a volley of similarly-received remixes, including both of Questia’s ‘Nexus Asia’ and
‘Crystal Clouds’ singles on ASOT and Azior’s ‘Sunset at Myvatn’ on Green Martian. The single ‘Infinite’ followed quickly on the same
label, further reinforcing the Bolier name.
Going Solo: With a production ethic that left the industry -jawed and clubland reeling, Leon launched his standalone career in 2005. Over the course
of the next 12 months he released a head-spinning (and possibly even record–breaking) 17 tracks. These were snapped up by many of Holland’s finest
imprints with ‘Poseidon’, ‘My Precious’, ‘Bonaire’ and a multitude others being released on labels including ASOT Captured. In the first
month of 2006 Leon embarked on a label relationship that is now singularly synonymous with his career. ‘Pulsar’ and ‘Solar 1’ were released
through the Spinnin Records’ sub-label 2Play, and over the course of the next 3 years Bolier was to put out an extraordinary 20 tracks through the
The Turntablist: With this impossible-to-miss salvo of productions flowing out of Spinnin’s door, it was no surprise that demand to see Leon behind
the turntables mushroomed at much the same pace. After a busy ‘06 on the release front 2007 was the year he entered the DJ pantheon. Bolier’s
innate ability to read the dancefloor and deliver damage-to-order has now become the stuff of legend. Trance Energy, Fabulous and the Amsterdam Dance
Events in his homeland all got an early taste for his powerful musical elixir. With word spreading around the globe, Leon fast found himself,
headphones-in-hand, rocking countries as far apart as Argentina, Singapore, Mexico, Australia, UK, Egypt and Russia. Gatecrasher, Trance Energy
Australia, ID T’s Tomorrowland, Love Parade Germany, Mondaybar Cruise Sweden and Global Gathering Poland are just some of the instantly recognisable
dance institutions he’s now played for. This 24 month long gig marathon bore the best possible fruit when Leon was inducted into the spinning
elite’s DJ Mag Top 100 DJ rundown in October 2008, debuting at No.95, and being second highest climber in 2009, seizing place No.63.
Collaborations Remix Aliases: Aside from Subsphere, Bolier has worked under many different guises for both solo and collaborative production work.
The Surpresa and (latterly) Precursor monikers have been used mark out tracks and remixes for different labels with differing sound set-ups. He teamed
up with fellow Dutch trance luminary Menno de Jong under the name Solar Express in 2006 for the ‘Magma’/Momentum’ double-header, and later that
year as 'Bolier and Coenraad for Intuition’s ‘Mighty Ducks’ and ‘Mohawk’. He has also collaborated over the years with other
Netherlanders including Jonas Steur, Sied van Riel and DJ Astrid on outings like ‘Lost Luggage’, ‘Malibeer’ ‘Crazy People’. Last and by
no means least, his co-op with JOOP ‘The Future’ became the Trance Energy anthem in 2007 and also became a national chart entry in Holland.
The Debut Album: With a now unquenchable appetite for Bolier’s brand of musical mayhem set amongst the masses, Leon began recording his first artist
album. With its ‘Ocean Drive Boulevard’-forerunner setting the once-again wide-ranging tone, Bolier’s ‘Pictures’ LP captured the collective
imaginations of clubbers and electronic dance lovers. Upon its release at the end of September 2008, it translated into Beatport smash and has gone on
to spawn the further singles ‘Thug’, ‘XD’, ‘YE’ ‘Acapulco’.
‘Streamlined 2009 – Buenos Aires’: Leon had previously co-mixed the Cloud 9 compilation ‘Trancemission’ but in early 2009 set his sights on
the launch of his own compilation series. One that would allow him to an exact digital representation of his musical philosophy. Galvanized by his
South American tour in the spring of the same year, he returned home to mix ‘Streamlined 2009’. Subtitled ‘Buenos Aires’, it stands as the
clearest possible representation of what makes Bolier one the most exciting, innovative Decktitions in the world today.
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Coming off what can only be described as an unforgettable 2011 Orjan Nilsen hardly needs any introduction – his first artist
album “In My Opinion” has received much praise and so has single-releases like Between The Rays, The Mule, Viking, Atchoo, Lucky Strike Legions.
This Norwegian prodigy seems to be going at a crazy pace in the studio recently, and collaborations with Armin van Buuren, Leon Bolier and others are
in the works proving that Orjan Nilsen has no intention of slowing down just yet.
Born in 1982 – Orjan Nilsen grew up well north of the polar circle far away from most things, and yet he seems to have become a world phenomenon
both in the studio and on the decks, having played in Hawaii, Los Angeles, Moscow, Amsterdam, London and Sydney – yet there is still a huge demand
for his unique infectious blend of chunky energetic tracks, it is simply impossible to put him in a box.
Orjan Nilsen’s flair for hard work and catchy melodies has given him a strong back-catalogue consisting of tunes like La Guitarra, So Long Radio,
Lovers Lane aswell as numerous remixes, which has all been supported by the likes of Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, Gareth Emery, Markus Schulz,
Cosmic Gate, Above Beyond and many others. This goes to show that Orjan Nilsen in many ways is in high demand at the moment.
2012 has already got some great performances in the calendar, with events being added on a weekly basis this proves to be an even more intense year
than 2011 – Orjan Nilsen is also very happy to have been nominated for an IDMA in the category “Best Break-through DJ” and would like to thank
each and every one that has attended one of his performances for the last 12 months for making it such an amazing year.
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Raneem has been active in the EDM scene since 2008, with releases on Armada, High Contrast and Spinnin' Records. He has been
getting support from Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, Markus Schulz, Cosmic Gate, M.I.K.E. (Push), Bobina, Leon Bolier, W W, and many more.
Raneem currently lives in Montreal (Canada), is a resident DJ at Circus Afterhours club, and was one of the Bal en Blanc 2011 (Montreal's White
Party) DJs. He has shared the decks with Gareth Emery, Markus Schulz, Sander van Doorn, Cosmic Gate, Dash Berlin, Roger Shah, W W and many more,
always leaving great impressions on the dancefloor.
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Omar El Gamal (123:58)
Basil O'Glue (110:07)
Leon Bolier (159:25)
01. ID - ID
02. Leon Bolier - You
03. Marcus Schossow - Helvete
04. Firebeatz Schella - Dear New York
05. Leon Bolier Alex Kenji - Trumpets (Leon Bolier Club Mix)
06. ID - ID
07. TJR - Ode To Oi
08. Leon Bolier - Us
09. Mark Van Dale Enrico - Water Verve (Leon Bolier Remix)
10. JOOP - The Future (Leon Bolier 2012 Remix)
11. Dada Life - Bass Don't Cry
12. ID - ID
13. ID - ID
14. Ferry Corsten - Feel It (Jacob Van Hage Remix)
15. Snatt Vix - So Far Away (Leon Bolier Remix)
16. Firebeatz - Here We F*cking Go
17. Nari Milani - Atom
18. Marcel Woods W W - Trigger
19. ID - ID
20. Leon Bolier - Me
21. Jacob Van Hage Saint Liz - Voodoo
22. ID - ID
23. Angger Dimas Bassjackers - RIA
24. KhoMha - The Dark Knight
25. Rank 1 - Airwave (CJ Stone Milo.NL Bootleg)
26. Leon Bolier feat. Samuel L. Jackson - Vengeance Vengeance
27. Jacob Van Hage - Convoi
28. Cryogenix - Fire Like This
29. Wamdue Project - King Of My Castle (Sander van Doorn Remix)
30. ID - ID
31. ID - ID
32. Ummet Ozcan - The Box
33. Beat Service - Outsider
34. Leon Bolier Marcus Schossow - 2099
35. ID - ID
36. ID - ID
37. Leon Bolier - Capetown
38. Showtek Justin Prime - Cannonball
39. Sander van Doorn - Riff
40. Marcel Woods - The Bottle (Marcus Schossow Remix)
41. Leon Bolier - ID
42. W W - Mainstage
43. Rank 1 - 7 Instead Of 8
44. ID - ID
Orjan Nilsen (119:07)
01. W W - Lift off!
02. Orjan Nilsen - The Mule
04. Orjan Nilsen - Amsterdam
05. Helvetic Nerds - Blood Pressure (EDX Leventina Mix)
06. Tommy Trash - Truffle Pig
07. Orjan Nilsen - Endymion
12. Jewelz feat. Scott Sparks - Toxic Rush
13. Orjan Nilsen - Atchoo!
14. Cosmic Gate feat. Emma Hewitt - Be Your Sound (Orjan Nilsen Remix)
16. Orjan Nilsen - Filthy Fandango
19. Armin Van Buuren Orjan Nilsen - Belter
21. Orjan Nilsen - Copperfield
22. Armin Van Buuren - Blue Fear (Orjan Nilsen 2012 Remix)
23. Orjan Nilsen - Viking
24. Push - Universal Nation (Orjan Nilsen Remix)
25. Gaia - Tuvan
Leon Bolier b2b Orjan Nilsen b2b Raneem (33:03)
01. Tiesto feat. Maxi Jazz - Dance4Life (Sander van Doorn Remix)
02. Heatbeat - Rocker Monster
03. ID - ID
04. ID - ID
05. ID - ID
06. Johan Gielen Jan Vervloet - Music For Free (Mark Sherry Outburst Remix)
07. Ferry Corsten feat. Armin Van Buuren - Brute (Armin Van Buuren Illegal Drum Edit)