Contest: Win a Pair of Tickets to Indy 500 Snake Pit @ The Indianapolis Motor Speedway (5/24)

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Summer is on the horizon and one of Indy’s most iconic dance music events, The Snake Pit, will be returning to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Memorial Day weekend. Snake Pit just recently announced the star-studded headlining DJ’s with Kaskade, Steve Aoki, and A-Trak making the list for the 2015 show. In years past, the show has seen talent from #1 ranked Hardwell, Dillon Francis, and even Diplo. The show’s unique style of starting at 7am, that’s right we turn up early in Indiana, has been increasingly popular and this years show will be no different. What better way to start summer?

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“I Remember (Dave All The Rave Remix)” by Deadmau5 & Kaskade

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Here’s a great touch back on a classic from deadmau5 & Kaskade. “I Remember” is a soothing and melodic track but now with this remix you might be able to throw it in at the right moment. Seeing Joel live, I think this song has always gone well with faster melodies. Nothing beats the original though.

See what you think. It’s hard to hit on a classic. Also, looks like deadmau5 is working on some crazy stuff. Hopefully he releases something about his upcoming tour soon.

Event: Kaskade Redux @ Pier 36, NYC (Dec. 30)

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#BigWeekNYC will be switching things up by bringing Kaskade Redux to Pier 36. A more intimate venue compared to Pier 94, this decision will fit perfectly with the kind of set Kaskade will be bringing.

Kaskade’s Redux project is something that was started two years ago on the 10th year anniversary of the release of his debut album “It’s You, It’s Me.” The Redux was an effort on Kaskade’s part to return to his older sounds. Yes, these sounds are much deeper than most of his more mainstream tracks. If you’re a fan of Kaskade’s progressive house sounds, you’ll probably have a place in your heart to enjoy Kaskade’s creativity in other realms like The Redux. Get familiar with some of his tracks from his “Redux” EP that will be embedded below.

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“A Little More (LO’99 Remix)” by Kaskade & John Dahlback ft. Sansa

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Still procrastinating on finals, but listening to submissions like this makes it all worth it. LO’99 has taken on legendary producers Kaskade and John Dahlback on “A Little More”

This release definitely flips Kaskade and Dahlback’s progressive house anthem upside down. The main element that stands out to me in the track is definitely the low frequencies that LO’99 brings to the table. With a rumbling garage feel, this track keeps the deep vibes going. In a way, there’s a sort of entrancing element to the mix. Sit back, and let it all take over.

Release Date: December 16, 2014 | Beatport

Event: “Kaskade Redux” @ Pier 36, NYC [12/30]

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Kaskade has announced that he will return to New York City for ‘Big Week NYC‘. This show is only one of the massive events that RPM Presents has lined up to close out 2014 with a bang! Among the others on the bill for ‘Big Week NYC’ are: Carnage (Dec. 27th), Armin Van Buuren (Dec. 29th), Borgore (Dec. 31st) Martin Garrix (Dec. 31st), Disclosure (Dec. 31st), Jack U (Dec. 31st). This will be no ordinary show for Kaskade, he will be playing one of his exclusive ‘Redux’ sets. He took to Tumblr today to announce the event, and had this to say:

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“U & I (Kaskade Remix)” by Galantis

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Back at Ultra Music Festival 2014, Kaskade showed the world why he believed Galantis was the next big thing. Comprised of two producers, Christian Karlsson and Linus Eklöw, Galantis has been on the up and up in the dance music scene through their progressive melodies and catchy vocal hooks.

Debuted at TomorrowWorld this year, Kaskade has created his own rendition of “U & I.” The original track is full of progressive chord progressions that lead you to a euphoric feel. Kaskade switches things up a bit by adding more emphasis to the kick and utilizing the tail ends of the vocals as the main lead sound.

Kaskade also took the time to sound off on his Twitter account about the release: