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[b]After 3 years of monthly Podcasts and a huge array of the worlds finest artists DS Launch the new weekly Digital Society Podcast! The worlds best DJ's & Artists available to download & subscribe to via iTunes each and every week. Kicking off the new weekly Podcast is none other than Activa, DS resident and our DS International volume 3 album star.[/b]


[URL=http://www.activamusic.co.uk]Activa[/URL]

Activa (Production maestro Rob Stevenson) is a man on fire. Labeled by Paul van Dyk as his producer of the year, Activa productions have appeared on Spinnin, Discover, High Contrast and of course the mighty Vandit Records - which has seen Activa tracks & remixes feature in sets from the biggest names in the industry. 2009 saw the tech-trance titan complete his first and highly acclaimed artist album 'This World', and has worked with the likes of Giuseppe Ottaviani, John Askew & Jon O'Bir in recent times. Coupled with new projects on Anjunabeats (under the Solar Movement alias), and with Dave Parkinson under his Revalution 9 guise on Activa's very own brand new, independantly run label, Borderline Music - a label which is set to take the Trance scene by storm. Alongside tour dates in Europe, Asia, and the US throughout the calender year, Rob's renowned UK residency with Digital Society is held in the highest regard.



[b]The Digital Society Podcast 035 with Activa[/b]


01. Jon O’Bir ft. Fisher – Found A Way (Original Mix) [Liquid]
02. ID – ID (Original Mix) [Borderline]
03. David & Carr vs. Sonic Element – Hydralo (Haris C Remix) [Alter Ego]
04. Ercole – Carnival (Original Mix) [Fraction]
05. John O’Callaghan – Desert Orchid (Original Mix) [Subculture]
06. Martin Everson & B.Prime – Confidence In The Future (Peetu S Remix)
07. Sneijder – The Venom (Original Mix) [Vibration]
08. Greg Downey – Send The Gods (Original Mix) [Reset]
09. Stephen Coyle – Abort (Original Mix) [Aria]
10. Activa vs. Revolution 9 – The Fall (Original Mix) [Borderline]


[b]Download here :[/b] [Url=http://www.digitalsocietypodcast.co.uk]DS Podcast with Activa[/Url]

[b]iTunes Link here:[/b] [URL=itpc://digitalsociety.co.uk/podcast.xml]Subscribe to The Digital Society Podcast with iTunes[/URL]

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[b]The Official Digital Society Podcast brings you the best in upfront Trance & Progressive every week. With a forward thinking music policy, and a reputation for showcasing the worlds finest DJ & Producers alongside the more established artists in today’s scene. The Digital Society Podcast offers the freshest upfront perspective on the full spectrum of the Trance genre.[/b]


[URL=http://www.djorkidea.com]Orkidea[/URL]

Orkidea has been voted numerous times as Scandinavia’s and Finland’s No. 1 DJ, been featured in DJ Mag’s Top 200 list and his music has been supported by everybody from Pete Tong to Sasha & Oakenfold who both opened their BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix sets with his ‘Unity’ single back in 1999. His productions have been featured in numerous movies, TV-advertisements and on Ministry of Sound, Gatecrasher, A State of Trance and Renaissance CD compilations while his ‘Beautiful’ single was played for 12 weeks at BBC Radio 1 in 2006.

He has had finnish national single chart No. 1 position and numerous Top 20 singles, made remixes for legendary labels like Anjunabeats and Hooj Choons, remixed Way Out West, Tilt and Tiesto, promoted british superclub Renaissance’s worldwide events while his own Unity nights have sold out in just 20 minutes, To Orkidea electronic music has been always about being open minded and pushing things forward. Uniting the sounds, the minds, the people..


[b]The Digital Society Podcast 036 with Orkidea[/b]


01. Underworld – To Heal (Sunshine Version)
02. Mason – You Are Not Alone
03. Leon Raes – Aruba Garden (Eelke Kleijn Space Mix)
04. Glenn Morrison – Symptoms Of A Stranger (Henry Saiz Remix)
05. Way Out West – Surrender (Eelke Kleijn Remix)
06. Sebastian Krieg – Brooklyn
07. Inkfish – Early Morning (Club Mix)
08. Sander Kleinenberg – M.A.N.I.A.C. (5K Original)
09. Ayla – Ayla 2010 (Jerome Isma-Ae Remix)
10. Markus Schulz – Perception (Dub Mix)


[b]Download here :[/b] [Url=http://www.digitalsocietypodcast.co.uk]DS Podcast with Orkidea[/Url]

[b]iTunes Link here:[/b] [URL=itpc://digitalsociety.co.uk/podcast.xml]Subscribe to The Digital Society Podcast with iTunes[/URL]

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[B]The Digital Society Podcast 037 with Dan Stone[/B]


[URL=http://www.djdanstone.com]Dan Stone[/URL]

Norfolk-born Dan Stone started rocking the clubs of East Anglia 13 years ago but only began producing his own music in 2005 securing his first signing ‘Made In Bahrain’ with trance super label, Anjunabeats, in 2006. His uplifting, euphoric sound has attracted support from huge shows such as Above & Beyond’s Trance Around The World and Armin Van Buuren’s A State Of Trance gaining him an ever-growing fanbase across the world.

He has taken his style of big room, floor filling trance to clubs and club nights up and down the UK including Ministry Of Sound, Gatecrasher, Passion and Off The Rails and this year will be taking his sound overseas for the first time to up and coming trance capital, Poland. He has had consistent support and releases on Anjunabeats and had his tracks remixed by popular producers such as Nitrous Oxide and Signum as well as producing remixes of his own for labels such as Armada, Enhanced, Alter Ego and many more, Whether it’s his passion and style behind the decks or his skill and talent in the studio, one thing’s for sure and that is that Dan Stone is one to watch for the future.


1. Dave Horne - For So Long (Original Mix) [Alter Ego Pure]
2. Theme From Avatar – I See You (Steve Brain remix) [White]
3. Marcel Woods – Tomorrow [High Contrast]
4. Tritonal – Driftoff [Levare]
5. 7 Skies & Kiholm – Lost & Found (Dan Stone remix) [Enhanced]
6. Daniel Kandi – Forgive Me [Anjunabeats]
7. ReOrder feat. Stine Grove - Biscay Bay (Ferry Tayle 'Neverending Story' Dub) [Perceptive]
8. Hodel & JP Bates - Nowhere (Nitrous Oxide Remix) [Perceptive]
9. Jorn van Deynhoven & Temple One - Halo (Jorn van Deynhoven Mix) [ASOT]
10. Vol Deeman – Colours (Sunny Lax remix) [Harmonic Breeze]


[b]Download here :[/b] [URL=http://www.digitalsocietypodcast.co.uk]DS Podcast with Dan Stone[/URL]

[b]iTunes Link here:[/b] [URL=itpc://digitalsociety.co.uk/podcast.xml]Subscribe to The Digital Society Podcast with iTunes[/URL]

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[B]The Digital Society Podcast 038 with Ben Gold[/B]


[URL=http://www.myspace.com/bengoldonline]Ben Gold[/URL]

At just 25 years old Ben Gold is one of the most multi talented names in the electronic dance scene. Ben combines a highly acclaimed career as a leading studio engineer with that of one of the brightest young stars in the trance scene, playing at some of the world’s leading clubs alongside world class DJ's who all regularly fill their CD wallets with his latest works.

A versatile producer who has seen tracks featured on leading compilations such as Ministry Of Sound's Trance Nation Harder, Trance Nation Deeper and Europe's biggest dance compilation, Dream Dance. As well as regularly winning plaudits such as Armin Van Buuren's 'Tune Of The Week', Above and Beyond's 'Tune of the Week' and often featured in Mixmag as their 'Tune Of The Month', Ben’s productions are also consistently featured on leading radio stations such as Radio 1, Galaxy and on leading radio shows, including ASOT by Armin van Buuren, Club Life by Tiesto and TATW by Above and Beyond.


1. Gareth Emery feat. Lucy Saunders - Sanctuary (Club Mix)
2. Tydi feat. Tania Zygar - Vanilla (Ben Gold Remix)
3. Ben Gold - Profile
4. Nenes & Pascal Feliz - Platinum (Ben Gold Remix)
5. Artento Divini vs Prodigy - Who's Next Bitch (Artento's Mash-Up)
6. Genix - Catch 22 (Re-Rub)
7. Rafael Frost - Slipstream
8. Who.Is - 909+
9. 4 Strings - Sundown
10. Tritonal feat. Christina Soto - Hands To Hold Me (Dub)
11. Myon & Shane 54 - Ibiza Sunrise (Classic Dub)
12. Tritonal - Driftoff



[b]Download here :[/b] [URL=http://www.digitalsocietypodcast.co.uk]DS Podcast with Ben Gold[/URL]

[b]iTunes Link here:[/b] [URL=itpc://digitalsociety.co.uk/podcast.xml]Subscribe to The Digital Society Podcast with iTunes[/URL]

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[B]The Digital Society Podcast 039 with Mark Eteson[/B]


[URL=http://www.marketeson.com]Mark Eteson[/URL]

It takes something special for Global dance giants Godskitchen when headhunting a new resident - they have to be more than just an up & coming DJ talent. As an established producer, with number one singles and stunning remixes for top Artists across the entire music spectrum; a fully-fledged radio producer and presenter with 3 monthly shows and a podcast in his broadcasting arsenal and a sense of individuality and style that makes him stand firmly ahead of the crowd of other generic trance DJs; Mark, is a complete artist: performer, presenter, and producer.

Mark’s insatiable studio creativity has gathered him support from a who’s who of the dance music scene, whether it be from his debut release “Atlantic” in Paul van Dyk’s Essential mix, the 6-week consecutive running stint of his “Cherry Whip” bootleg on Judge Jules’ BBC Radio One Show or notching the coveted number one spot on Beatport and iTunes feature of “The Hymn” with classical singers Zirenz on Anjunabeats, which went on to become one of the labels most successful tunes of the year.


01. Andrew Bayer - The Taxi Driver (Jaytech Remix)
02. Thomas Datt pres. Asedo - Seven Years (Original Mix)
03. Kyau & Albert - Painkillers (Club Mix)
04. Alexis Strum - Happiness (Michael Woods Dub)
05. Kylie - Get Outta My Way (Mat Zo Remix)
06. Moguai - Oyster (Michael Woods Remix)
07. Myon and Shane 54 feat Labworks - Ibiza Sunrise (Classic Dub)
08. Who.Is - We.Are
09. 4 Strings vs Morgan Page - The Longest Sundown (Eteson Re-Mash)
10. Vascotia - Verano 2010 (Sean Tyas Remix)


[b]Download here :[/b] [URL=http://www.digitalsocietypodcast.co.uk]DS Podcast with Mark Eteson[/URL]

[b]iTunes Link here:[/b] [URL=itpc://digitalsociety.co.uk/podcast.xml]Subscribe to The Digital Society Podcast with iTunes[/URL]

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[B]The Digital Society Podcast 040 with Harry Fowler[/B]


[URL=http://www.myspace.com/harryfowleruk]Harry Fowler[/URL]


Harry Fowler is the newest edition to the one and only Digital Society of LEEDS. His development when working with DS has only enabled Harry to showcase his talents to the most educated trance crowd in the country.
At Digital Society's 2nd Birthday event in Feb 09 he kicked started what can only be described as a triumphant year, playing in the main room at MyHouse and at Gatecrasher 16th Birthday only shows a taster of whats to come during 2010. Fowler has already played along side the likes of Dan Stone, Ben Gold, Will Holland, Daniel Kandi, Ferry Tayle, Temple One, Activa, Jochen Miller, Greg Downey and Cliff Coenraad.

As Host, and once named 'Big Chief' of DS INVITATION, which is one of the most unique concepts in the scene, Harry has had the pleasure of giving DJ's such as Ben Nicky, Ben Gold, Daniel Kandi, Jared Knapp, Marcos and Gary Proud, the chance to play at the UK's most successful trance night - DIGITAL SOCIETY.
Having gained recognition in the midlands as one of the most consistantly impressive up and coming DJ's, and with exciting productions in the pipeline, he is undoubtedly one to keep a close eye on in the future.


01. Arty - Twilight Tonight (Arty Remode)
02. First State Feat Sarah Howells - Reverie (Extended Mix)
03. Arty – Hope (Original Mix)
04. Shogun Feat. Emma Lock – Save Me (Original Mix)
05. The Flyers & Mike Sonar - Cherry Avenue (Original mix)
06. Ronski Speed – Denva (Original Mix)
07. D – Mad - At Night (Abstract Vision & Elite Electronic Remix)
08. Orjan Nilsen – Lovers Lane (Original Mix)
09. Vast Vision Feat. Fisher – Behind Your Smile (Original mix)
10. Ad Brown – You Were Loved (Maor Levi Remix)


[b]Download here :[/b] [URL=http://www.digitalsocietypodcast.co.uk]DS Podcast with Harry Fowler[/URL]

[b]iTunes Link here:[/b] [URL=itpc://digitalsociety.co.uk/podcast.xml]Subscribe to The Digital Society Podcast with iTunes[/URL]

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[B]The Digital Society Podcast 041 with Akira Kayosa[/B]


[URL=http://www.akirakayosa.com/]Akira Kayosa[/URL]


Since 2006 Akira Kayosa has steadily been building his reputation as one of the worlds fastest growing trance prodigies. Based in the UK, Akira has been pumping out quality tracks in abundance. This multi faceted producer is comfortable producing and engineering many styles of dance music from progressive to uplifting trance and tech trance. As well as being one of the hottest up and comers in the production realms, Akira has also been a DJ for over a decade, learning his trade in New Zealand under mentor Leighton Smith.

The skills carefully passed onto him from what many people regard as New Zealand’s best trance DJ, Kayosa is technically gifted behind the decks, being able to play warm up and his more traditional full on styled sound also, whilst working up emotionally fused energetic sets, creating what can only be described as any unmissable performance from the big man!


01. Redban – Secret Medina (Original Mix) (Factual Records)
02. Shogun ft Emma Lock – Imprisoned (Original Mix) (S107 Recordings)
03. Majai – Emotional Flash (Sunny Lax Mix) (Hardwired Productions)
04. Andy Tau – Static (Sequentia Mix) (Alter Ego Recordings)
05. Myk Bee – Blue Harmony (Corderoy Mix) (Affective Records)
06. ReOrder ft Stine Grove – Biscay Bay (Akira Kayosa Mix) (Perceptive Recordings)
07. Aly & Fila ft Jass – Breeze (Original Mix)
08. Activa vs Revolution 9 – The Fall (Original Mix) (Borderline Recordings)
09. Armin van Buuren – Full Focus (Ummet Ozcan Mix) (Ultra Recordings)
10. Signum – First Strike (Sebastian Brandt Mix) (ASOT Records)
11. Akira Kayosa – ID (Part One Mix) (Tetsuo)


[b]Download here :[/b] [URL=http://www.digitalsocietypodcast.co.uk]DS Podcast with Akira Kayosa[/URL]

[b]iTunes Link here:[/b] [URL=itpc://digitalsociety.co.uk/podcast.xml]Subscribe to The Digital Society Podcast with iTunes[/URL]

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[B]The Digital Society Podcast 042 with Bjorn Akesson[/B]


[URL=http://www.bjornakesson.com/blog/]Bjorn Akesson[/URL]


Björn Åkesson was born in 1986, in a town called Lund (southern Sweden). He first noticed electronic music in the middle of the 90′s when he heard music from a videogame called Wipeout 2097. With artists such as Future Sound of London, The Prodigy and Orbital the interest grew. A few years later a friend from school introduced Björn to trance/club music. This sounded a lot better and much more interesting than the techno he had heard before.In early 2003 Björn teamed up with a fellow swedish producer for a collab. The track was called Havannah – Havannah’. Havannah was played by top DJ’s like Tiësto, Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, Johan Gielen, The Thrillseekers and many others.

After this collaboration Björn continued making his own tunes and few years later he luanched the “Akesson” project which made a big impact on Above & Beyonds radioshow ‘Trance Around The World’.In early 2008 the track ‘Perfect Blue’ was introduced to the world as ‘Tune Of The Week’ by Armin van Buuren on his huge radioshow ‘A State Of Trance’. Both Sunchaser and Perfect Blue was very well recieved by the trance community and appeared on several big compilations mixed by world class DJ’s and released by huge recordcompanies such as Sony BGM, EMI and Ministry Of Sound.This is surely the beginning of a very successful music career for the talented young man.Today you can find Björn on his way out to the clubs all over Europe making his epic DJ appearances. So keep an eye out!


01. ID - ID
02. Armin van Buuren - Orbion
03. Leon Bolier - I Close My Eyes
04. W&W vs. Jonas Stenberg - Alligator F***khouse (Bjorn Akesson Remix)
05. Bjorn Akesson vs. Aly & Fila - Perfect Red
06. Jorn van Deynhoven & Manuel le Saux - Nardo (Jorn van Deynhoven Mix)
07. Bjorn Akesson - Robot Religion
08. Bjorn Akesson - Sandcastle Express
09. Bryan Kearney - I've Had My Fun (Sneijder Remix)
10. Bryan Kearney - Mexican Rave


[b]Download here :[/b] [URL=http://www.digitalsocietypodcast.co.uk]DS Podcast with Bjorn Akesson[/URL]

[b]iTunes Link here:[/b] [URL=itpc://digitalsociety.co.uk/podcast.xml]Subscribe to The Digital Society Podcast with iTunes[/URL]

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[B]The Digital Society Podcast 043 with Ronny K[/B]


[URL=http://www.myspace.com/moeronnyk]Ronny K[/URL]


Ronny K. was born on 1st August 1974 at Trinec, Czech Republic. In 1991 he started his career as a DJ. He was learning to mix on vinyl decks (later on CD players) under the direction of professional DJs. After 4 years of practice he DJs solo and started to produce his own music. His first projects were called Exhibit, Sonic Empire and FM FACTORY, which rised in 1997 and was devoted to commercial genre of music. The first album of this project, called The Album, arose in 2001. It included debut tracks like 17 story, Get up, Give you more, Mrazik 2001, Malo je malo. Year 2003 brought fresh wind to Ronnys production. He started to produce club/house together with his friend and they formed a project called Weekend Project, which was oriented on this genre. In years 2004 and 2005 he added new genres to his production: eurotrance, trance and uplifting trance. Meanwhile he cooperates with interactive TV channel and radio Fun1, for which he creates music graphics, jingels and signatures.

2010 started for him with a great release of his official ah.fm anthem “Morning Light“ which was supported by Armin Van Buuren in asot 435. People voted for this track as the Future Favorite and then Armada Music released this track on their compilation called “A State Of Trance Radio Top 15 (February 2010)“. As the next “The Emotion EP“ (contains 2 tracks: Ronny K. Vs Ziki – From Somewhere and Emotia – Sequile) which was choosen by Jorn Van Denyhoven. He was playing Emotia – Sequile on ASOT450 live in Wroclaw for huge crowds (approx. 9500 ppl). Armin used his production again and the track “From Somewhere“ sounded on ASOT 453.


01. Airbase – Lucid (Ronny K. Emotion Remix)
02. ID – ID
03. Ronny K. vs Ziki – Memories (Original Mix)
04. Soudlift – Horizonte (Original Mix)
05. Aectic Moon – True Romantic (Original Mix)
06. John Waver – ID
07. ID – ID
08. Ronny K. pres Advanced – Atlantis (Original Mix)
09. ID – ID


[b]Download here :[/b] [URL=http://www.digitalsocietypodcast.co.uk]DS Podcast with Ronny K[/URL]

[b]iTunes Link here:[/b] [URL=itpc://digitalsociety.co.uk/podcast.xml]Subscribe to The Digital Society Podcast with iTunes[/URL]






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[b]The Digital Society Podcast 044 with Luke Terry[/b]


[URL=http://www.luketerry.com/]Luke Terry[/URL]


Six years on from Luke’s first release on Tsunami, he is once again settling for nothing short of exquisitely crafted music. Renowned for his euphoric, uplifting melody lines, Luke Terry has consistently plugged away in the studio to bring us tracks such as Arpora, Escape From Antarctica, Fall Into The Moon, Tears of Disbelief and many more on various labels including the likes of Armada, Vandit, Sony and Mondo. His tracks and remixes gain support the world over from all the A-list DJs with his single Rocket Theory being chosen by Tiesto as one of his top tracks of 2009.

As a DJ, Luke has played alongside the best including the likes of Ferry Corsten and Paul van Dyk. Having held residencies at Promise in Newcastle and Sugarshack in Middlesbrough, Luke now plays host as resident DJ at Transfusion in Newcastle. He also presents the popular Warning Contains Trance show in partnership with his record label, Unearthed Records, on AfterHours.FM


01. Ashley Wallbridge featuring Elleah – Walk on Water (Extended Vocal Mix)
02. Arty – The Wonder
03. Jon O’Bir featuring Julie Harrington – Never Enough
04. Reminder & Cressida – Lucid (Juicy Mix)
05. Bushi – Last Sun (Beat Service Remix)
06. 7 Skies – Sushi
07. Luke Terry – ID
08. Bryan Kearney – Goosebumps (Sean Tyas Remix)
09. Adam Tas featuring Sopheary – Say (Trance Arts Remix)


[b]Download here :[/b] [URL=http://www.digitalsocietypodcast.co.uk]DS Podcast with Luke Terry[/URL]

[b]iTunes Link here:[/b] [URL=itpc://digitalsociety.co.uk/podcast.xml]Subscribe to The Digital Society Podcast with iTunes[/URL]

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[B]The Digital Society Podcast 045 with Jon O'Bir[/B]


[URL=http://www.jonobir.com/]Jon O'Bir[/URL]


Jon O’Bir is a name that’s been splashed across the industry since he catapulted to the front of the line in 2002 after winning a prestigious competition run by Passion and M8 magazine. In the seven years since this Jon has gone from strength to strength in gaining respect, fans and accolades.

He successfully held a residency with the leading dance brand Godskitchen for many years which saw him warming up and going head to head with some of the biggest stars including Paul Van Dyk, Sasha and Tiesto, something very few people can add to their portfolio.
Massive achievements in the world of Radio weren’t far behind as his diary continued to swell. He was picked for an appearance on the renowned Radio One Essential Mix as well as a guest on Fergie’s show. In 2006 he was offered the life changing opportunity to become one of the selected DJ’s to be part of Radio One’s “The Residency” shows which further cemented the gigantic growth in his popularity. Since 2006 Jon O’Bir’s own show “Ways & Means” has continued to attract listeners from all over the world.

His undisputed skills have meant his diary has featured some of the world’s most established and respected events including gigs at Global Gathering, Radio One’s “One Big Weekend” and their “10 years of Ibiza” live from Space, Homelands, Gatecrasher, Goodgreef, Slinky, Planet Love in Dublin, 1015 in San Francisco, Gossip Club in Vietnam, Cream at Amnesia and Passion to name just a select few.


01. Jon O’Bir – Come Alive (Original Mix) [Liquid]
02. Jon O’Bir – Stringer (Original Mix) [Liquid]
03. Sneijder – Away From Here (Arty Remix) [Vandit]
04. Jon O’Bir ft. Julie Harrington – Never Enough (Original Mix) [Liquid]
05. MEM – Forza (Original Mix) [Reset]
06. 7 Skies – Sushi (Ben Gold Remix) [Anjunabeats]
07. Nenes & Pascal Feliz – Platinum (Ben Gold Remix) [High Contrast]
08. Reeves – Dreams (Jon O’Bir Remix) [Anjunabeats]
09. Modulation – Spirit (Kyau & Albert Remix) [Vandit]
10. Enyo Giove – Magnesium (Right Face Remix) [Enhanced]
11. Giuseppe Ottaviani – Lightwaves (Original Mix) [Vandit]
12. Jon O’Bir ft. Fisher – Found A Way (Joint Operation Center Remix) [Liquid]


[b]Download here :[/b] [URL=http://www.digitalsocietypodcast.co.uk]DS Podcast with Jon O'Bir[/URL]

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[B]The Digital Society Podcast 046 with Max Graham[/B]


[URL=http://www.maxgraham.com/]Max Graham[/URL]


Max Graham was born in London, England and lived in Spain, New York City and Los Angeles before settling in Ottawa in 1989. At age 15 in 1986, he began as a hip-hop and scratch DJ before discovering and falling in love with the house music scene between 1992 and 1994. Max was also instrumental in the creation of the famous Atomic club in Ottawa, and his weekly 6 hour sets at Atomic are the stuff of legend among fans. Max exploded onto the producing scene with the releases of “Airtight” and “Tell You,” both of which became international hits. Airtight was nominated for a Juno Award in 2001. This success got some attention from the world dance music scene and Graham was asked to mix Tranceport CD #4, which was also met with huge success, and spurred a world tour in 2001.

This rapid rise in attention led Graham to be voted into spot number 23 on DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs list, the highest entry for a newcomer in 2001. His distinctive style remains difficult to pin down, covering genres like house, progressive, techno, disco, and trance to name just some. During a Graham performance, a collection of different sounds can be heard in every aspect of the tracks being played: the bass, rhythms, and melodies constantly change and energize the audience and dancers at Graham’s sets.


01. Max Graham - Nothing Else Matters - Re*brand
02. Mike Shiver vs Fandy - Sique - Captured
03. Mark Eteston - Blackboard - Garuda
04. Origene - Sanctuary (Arnej remix) - Armada
05. Radion 6 - lightning - Oxygen Records
06. Jason Van Wyk - Dream on (Protoculture remix) - First State
07. ID-ID
08. Jonathan Stone - Pandorum
09. Sneijder - Away From Here (Arty remix) - Vandit Digital
10. Filo & Peri - This Night (Max Graham remix ) - Vandit


[b]Download here :[/b] [URL=http://www.digitalsocietypodcast.co.uk]DS Podcast with Max Graham[/URL]

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[B]The Digital Society Podcast 047 with Will Holland[/B]


[URL=http://www.myspace.com/officialwillholland/]Will Holland[/URL]


As a DJ Will has held residencies for three of the largest clubs in the UK: Gatecrasher, Digital Society and Wildchild, becoming one of the UK's leading trance DJs and subsequently playing across the majority of Europe for some of the most acclaimed venues and events alongside the likes of Armin van Buuren, Above & Beyond, Paul van Dyk, Ferry Corsten and Markus Schulz, all whilst having mixed 4 critically acclaimed compilations and hosting his own huge radio show - the Enhanced Radio Show, running the world renowned Enhanced Recordings and knocking out his own dancefloor destroying productions.

On the production front, Will has had success on many of the leading labels and his tracks and remixes regularly feature in the sets of the world's leading DJ's, and now releases his own work exclusively on his own label, Enhanced. Of his most recent releases 'Tears In The Rain' was a worldwide smash at the start of 2009, and 'Things That Happen', released later in 2009 found major support with the likes of Armin van Buuren. This year's "Arctic Kiss", with Motionchild and Tiff Lacey also saw massive support from all the A-List as Will once again proved he comes up with the goods on every release he puts a new release out.


01. LTN vs Dash Berlin - Never Dim Sum Again (Will Holland Mashup) [CDR]
02. Abstract Vision & Elite Electronic - Echoes (Protoculture Remix) [Enhanced Progressive]
03. Juventa - Beauty Catch (Club Mix) [Enhanced Progressive]
04. Funabashi – Daylight (Estiva 2010 Remix) [Coldharbour]
05. JPL - A Better Daze [Enhanced Progressive]
06. Ilya Soloviev - Mercury (Original Mix) (CDR)
07. Temple One - Feel For You (Original Mix) [Enhanced]
08. ID - ID [Enhanced]
09. Sequentia vs. Maarten Van Bergen - Echoes Of Sound (Sequentia Club Mix) [Enhanced]
10. Juventa – Bente [Enhanced]
11. Phillip Alpha & Daniel Kandi – Sticks & Stones (Original Mix) [Enhanced]


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[B]The Digital Society Podcast 048 with Ferry Tayle[/B]


[URL=http://www.myspace.com/ferrytayle]Ferry Tayle[/URL]


French producer & DJ Ferry Tayle was born in 1982. His first musical experience was with jazz. He started playing the saxophone at the age of 7. He became interested in electronic music by discovering Jean-Michel Jarre's first album. After 14 years of jazz music he decided to move into electronic music. He bought his first decks in 1999 and began to DJ. In 2000, he took his first steps in his professional development in the biggest club in the east of France called "Le Colysée". In just one year he had the chance to share the decks with some big names like Cosmic Gate, Darude, U96 and very well known French house DJ, David Guetta.
Later, he met and became friends with Nicolas "Cosmic Dreams", DJ & founder of Elektro-Shock, a French electronic music association. During some different events with Elektro-Shock, Ferry met TonKs, and became best friends. In 2001, he created his first project under the name Blackmoon Traxx with his two friends, Stephan & Vincent. After several unfruitful productions it was their remix of Ohm Boys - Thinking of You, one of Alex M.O.R.P.H.'s projects, which was released on Red Silver Rec. (a UK label) & brought Ferry Tayle & Blackmoon Traxx into the public scene.

During the summer 2004, Ferry Tayle & TonKs had the honor of sharing the decks with Rank 1 & Alex M.O.R.P.H. during the first big trance event in France. Following this event, Ferry decided to combine the TonKs' sound with Blackmoon Traxx. In November 2004, the new project Everest was born. In December, in search of a vocalist for this project, he met Tashita, a female Belgian artist. In 2005, Everest made their first track called Orée. Released in April 2006 on famous UK label Monster Tunes, Orée was the first turn in Ferry's career. In 2005 the track was featured on famous compilations like Sensation White Holland Edition (ID&T) and Technoclub Next Vol. 2 mixed by the legendary Talla 2XLC, and was massively supported by Paul van Dyk (2 times voted as the best DJ in the world), Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, Robert Gitelman, and Stoneface & Terminal.


01. Ferry Tayle & Static Blue - L'Acrobat (Ferry Tayle 'E-Motion' Mix)
02. Markus Schulz - Rain
03. The Thrillseekers - Synaesthesia (Alex M.O.R.P.H Remix)
04. Andre Visior & Kay Stone - Sunrise
05. SoundLift - Empty Street Night (Daniel Kandi Remix)
06. Tritonal - Audio Rush (Ferry Tayle Remix)
07. Roger Shah - Over & Over 2010 (Ferry Tayle Remix)
08. Ferry Tayle - The Prestige
09. Ferry Tayle - Trapeze (Daniel Kandi Emotional Remix)


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[b]The Official Digital Society Podcast celebrates the 50th episode with a huge array of artists from across the globe. Starting in 2007 The Digital Society Podcast has brought some of the best upfront mixes from the most Influencial artists in todays scene.
With a forward thinking music policy, and a reputation for showcasing the worlds finest DJ & Producers alongside the more established artists in today’s scene. The Digital Society Podcast offers the freshest upfront perspective on the full spectrum of the Trance genre.[/b]



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[B]The Digital Society Podcast 050 Special with John 00 Fleming[/B]


John 00 Fleming is one of few artists that has maintained underground respect whilst enjoying commercial success during a career spanning almost a quarter of a century. John has sold 10 million records, with singles on over 100 mix compilations and has remixed a cross section of elite artists whilst DJing across a global playing field.
A member of the pioneering group of DJs who were part of the 1980’s rave revolution, John has gone on to have 10 mix compilations and 5 singles in the UK Top 40 charts on labels including Virgin, EMI and Warner Music.
John’s ability to transcend genres and seek out new, pioneering music has led his unique sound to be labeled the ‘J00F sound’. Incorporating elements of trance, progressive and psy-trance, John’s sonic appeal is far-reaching.

John is quite simply a much-loved DJ. People enjoy the sets he plays, the music he makes and the tunes he releases on his label. John is consistently rewarded by the rock solid support he gets from his dedicated fan base who follow him around the world and line his wall with gold discs, earned by the sheer hard work John has put in over two decades. He simply has a passion for what he does. One of the dance music industry’s most revered personalities: a true legend.


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[B]The Digital Society Podcast 050 Special with Marcel Woods[/B]


A studio powerhouse on many levels, Marcel Woods has spent his career making his own path, leapfrogging stereotypes and diminishing musical barriers, and nowhere else is this more evident than in the psychosis of his self-stylised world, where his Musical inner-demons run free against the typecast Madness.
Exactly what doesn’t fit is Marcel’s mind-blowing mix of raw and energetic dance music. Dance floors and festivals have fallen before him in swift succession. Global Gathering, Mysteryland, Dance Valley, Trance Energy, Gatecrasher Summer Sound System, Escape Into The Park, Planet Love and Sanctuary just in one summer run! And possibly more than anything else underlining Marcel’s diverse nature, 2008 saw him become the only DJ ever to play the White AND Black Edition Sensation parties in one season.

Having mixed successful compilations for Dance Valley (2005) High Contrast (2006) and Trance Energy (2008), later in 2008 saw a fresh new concept boil out from underneath Marcel’s creative hat. Released back in October 2008 on High Contrast Recordings, 'Musical Madness 2008' was the cornerstone of Marcel’s musical philosophy; a belief he has always explored in his career.

The time Marcel’s not spent DJing around the world promoting his sound, he’s spent locked in the studio working on his unique sounds. His ‘Everything’ charted #1 in early 2010 across all major download stores including Beatport, and follow-ups 'The Bottle' and 'Tomorrow' also topped charts and playlists. Rare remix projects like his official rework of Tiësto 'Escape Me' and his underground bootlegs of Zombie Nation 'Kernkraft 400' and Danny Tenaglia 'Music Is The Answer' caught the attention of virtually every festival goer this past year.


01. Tim Berg & Norman Doray, Sebastien Drums - Tweet It
02. Marco V - Ego Clash
03. Tim Berg - Alcoholic
04. Age Of Love - Age Of Love (Manuel De la Mare Remix)
05. Cliff Coenraad - Supernova
06. DJ M Agebeat - Greece 2010
07. Umek - OMGWTF
08. Marcel Woods - Tomorrow (Matthew Nagle Remix)
09. Marcel Woods - BPM (Original Mix)
10. Marcel Woods - High 5
11. Tiesto vs Candi Station - Cmon With The Love (Nic Briel Edit)
12. Jochen Miller - Classified


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[B]The Digital Society Podcast 050 Special with First State[/B]


Without a doubt, Sander van Dien aka First State is one of the most exciting and talented producers in electronic dance music at the moment, having cemented his place in the record boxes and sets of the biggest and most influential progressive and trance acts across the globe. Under his First State guise he's been responsible for some of the biggest and most renowned tracks over the past couple of years. From the very beginning, First State's releases have been sure fire winners including the likes of as 'Evergreen', 'Your Own Way' (feat Elliot Johns), 'Off the Radar' and 'Brave' (feat Sarah Howells) and 'Falling' (feat Anita Kelsey).
2010 saw the release of a second artist album on Black Hole Recordings entitled 'Changing Lanes' which followed the huge success of the debut offering 'Time Frame'. 'My Sanctuary' was recently chosen as the opening track for the eighth edition of 'In Search Of Sunrise' and in May 2010 the track topped the trance charts, while simultaneously enjoying a position in the overall Top 100 downloads on Beatport.com.


01. First State - My Sanctuary
02. First State ft Anita kelsey - Falling
03. First State - Exeo
04. George Acosta ft Fisher - Love Rain Down (First State Remix)
05. Funkagenda vs Switchfoot - Always Astana (First State's Bashup)
06. First State - Mojave
07. First State ft Elliot Johns - Surrounds Me
08. First State - Cape Point
09. Tiesto ft Tegan & Sarah - Feel It in My Bones (First State Remix)


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[B]The Digital Society Podcast 050 Special with Cressida[/B]


"Where the power of words ends, the music begins“.

Following that credo, German producer Matthias Baumann was instantly amazed, as he - at a very young age in front of a piano – discovered, that only three little notes, put together in the right direction and played with a certain sound, are sufficient to evoke emotions.
Even more, those same notes could trigger different emotions in different people, depending on so many different factors.

Take this still existing childlike exaltation, add a never ending curiousness for diverse and unique sounds and musical styles, mash it up with a distinct fondness for groove in every sense, and you got Cressida.
This progressive trance act was launched in 2005 by Matthias together with Roland Geringer, who shared the same musical background the same passion for EDM back then. Working together for almost three years and gaining instant recognition for their tracks and remixes, the project Cressida never stopped growing and so did the list of labels they worked for, including Lost Language, Baroque Records, Afterglow, Ava Recordings, Somatic Sense, Alter Ego Records and Enhanced Records, only to name a few.

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[B]The Digital Society Podcast 050 Special with Paul Pearson[/B]


Digital Society Resident, Promoter & Podcast host Paul Pearson brings you a selection of some of the best 50 tracks from all the previous Digital Society Podcasts since its start in 2007 and has mixed the tracks togther in order from episode one right upto episode 50 in a marathon 5 hour journey through Trance.


01. Chris Lake feat Emma Hewitt - Carry me away [Rising music]
02. Ronski Speed - Love all the pain away (Original vocal mix) [Euphonic]
03. Terry Ferminal vs Mark Sherry - Walk away (Terry Ferminal mix) [Captivating]
04. The Blizzard - Kalopsia (Mark Otten energetic mix) [Armind]
05. First State feat Tiff Lacey - Where do we go [I.t.w.t]
06. Alex Morph & Rank1 - A life less ordinary (Alex Morph remix) [High Contrast]
07. Redstar - Awakening [Enhanced]
08. David Newsum - From Dubai with love [Discover]
09. Onova - Platitude (Sebastian Brandt remix) [S.A Brisk]
10. Gareth Emery - This is that [Five AM]
11. Rex Mundi vs Ronski Speed - The Perspective space (Markus schulz mash up) [Cold Harbour]
12. Giuseppe Ottaviani feat Stephen Pickup - No more alone (Jon O'Bir remix) [Vandit]
13. Will Holland feat Line Froyset - Things that happen (Temple One remix) [Enhanced]
14. Sean Tyas - Melbourne [Discover]
15. Phuture Sound - Alone (Dereck Recay remix) [Branded]
16. Activa - Remember (Club mix) [Vandit]
17. Aled Mann - To the end [Discover]
18. Parka feat Anna Basel - Momantarily Gone (Mike Nichol remix) [Infrasonic]
19. Signum - Jewellery by nature (M6 remix) [Armada]
20. Joe Garret - Afterglow [Digital Society Recordings]
21. Gareth Emery - Exposure [Garuda]
22. JPL - Forgetting what you were (Carl B remix) [Alter Ego]
23. Sequentia feat Per Linden - Undiscovered (Static Blue remix) [Edge]
24. Angel Ace - Everythings going to be fine (Sunset remix) [Digital Society Recordings]
25. Steve Allen - So far from me (Waterspark remix) [Nu Depth]
26. Super8 & Tab - Irufushi [Anjunabeats]
27. M.I.K.E - Sunrise at Palamos (Gareth Emery remix) [Garuda]
28. Dan Stone - Farenheit [Anjunabeats]
29. John Dopping - The Mind (Activa remix) [Digital Society Recordings]
30. 7 Skies - Caffiene [Anjunabeats]
31. Nitromethane - Time to die [Anjunabeats]
32. Marco V - Simulated [ID&T]
33. Sequentia - Sacrifice (Dan Stone remix) [Digital Society Recordings]
34. The Flyers & Mike Sonar - Supreme (Daniel Kandi remix) [Enhanced]
35. Jon O'Bir - Found a way [Liquid]
36. Markus Schulz feat Justine Suissa - Perception (Dub mix) [Cold Harbour]
37. Tritonal - Driftoff [Levare]
38. Gareth Emery feat Lucy Saunders - Sanctuary (Club mix) [Garuda]
39. Who Is - We are [Anjunabeats]
40. Vast Vision feat Fisher - Behind your smile [Enhanced]
41. Activa vs Revolution 9 - The Fall [Borderline]
42. Jorn Van Deynhoven & Manuel Le Saux - Nardo (Jorn Van Deynhoven remix) [A.s.o.t]
43. Airbase - Lucid (Ronny K Emotion remix) [Moonrising]
44. Bryan Kearney - Goosebumps (Sean Tyas remix) [Subculture]
45. Nenes & Pascal Feliz - Platinum (Ben Gold Remix) [High Contrast]
46. Sneijder - Away from here (Arty remix) [Vandit]
47. Phillip Alpha & Daniel Kandi - Sticks & Stones [Enhanced]
48. Ferry Tayle & Static Blue - Trapeze (Daniel Kandi's Emotional remix) [Enhanced]
49. John O'Callaghan - Dont look back (John Askew remix) [Captivating]
50. Marcel Woods - Cherry Blossom [High Contrast]


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[B]The Digital Society Podcast 051 with Sneijder[/B]


[URL=http://www.myspace.com/sneijder09]Sneijder[/URL]


Sneijder is one of the nu-breed trance producers. Having only been producing just under 3 years, He has already received overwhelming support from A list Dj’s and seasoned producers. With forthcoming Releases on Paul Van Dyk’s Vandit imprint aswell as Infrasonic, Goodgreef Global and Goodgreef Digital and remixes on Spinnin/Reset, 2011 looks like its going to be massive for the Irish Talent.

Recently Sneijder has been tipped by John O’ Callaghan as A future trance star and mentioned on his Subculture radio show ” Im Tipping This Guy To Be Massive !” With big support from his debut tracks from Armin Van Buuren, Tiesto, Mark Sherry, Sander Van Doorn, Paul Van Dyk, Above & Beyond, John O’ Callaghan, Gareth Emery and countless more, Sneijder is a name to watch out for !


01. Cosmic Gate – F.A.V. (Arty Remix) [Blackhole]
02. Ben Gold – Llacuna (Vocal Mix) [Garuda]
03. Sean Tyas – Banshee (Original Mix) [ASOT/Armada]
04. Simon Patterson – Mood Swing [Reset/Spinnin]
05. Sneijder – Back To Berlin [Vandit/Armada]
06. Cesar Lugo – Elapse (Sneijder Remix) [Vandit/Armada]
07. Sneijder – Checkpoint [Vandit/Armada]
08. Thre3shold – H.a.a.r.p. [Tetsuo]
09. Lisa Lashes – Lashed Theme (Gary Maguire Remix) [Lashed Music]
10. Marcel Woods – Tomorrow (Matthew Nagle Remix) [High Contrast]
11. Marc Zimz – Forbidden City [In Trance We Trust/Blackhole]


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The Digital Society Podcast 052 with Menno De Jong


[URL=http://www.mennodejong.com/]Menno De Jong[/URL]


Master of numerous music industry disciplines, Menno de Jong has already etched as many notches on the dance tree as someone twice his age. He has recorded for some of Europe’s biggest Trance labels and is the founder of lauded Dutch independent imprint, Intuition Recordings. A bona-fide Podcast pioneer, he’s produced and presented the widely-syndicated, much-downloaded Intuition Radio show for the last 5 years. In 2009 he went back into DJ Magazine’s Top 100 Chart for the fourth successive year (at No. 56) and near-simultaneously took the No.13 position in TranceAddict’s Biggest 250 Trance DJs Poll. With his “Trance in the broadest sense” DJ and production mindset he is, without question, the next challenger to the Dutch dance throne.

Born into a musical family it was a natural step for Menno to start experimenting with the array of equipment gathered in his father’s studio. In 2004 he launched his production career in propitious fashion when his very first track ‘Guanxi’ was inked to Anjunabeats. The devoted music workaholic, Menno has continued to summon one rapturous moment after another from his studio. ‘Magma’/‘Momentum’ and ‘Sjamaan’ were released on Fundamental (in 2005 & 2007 respectively), while ‘Tundra’ (2005) and ‘Nolthando’/ ‘Solid State’ (2007) have provided rocket fuel for his own label Intuition Recordings.


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[b]The Digital Society Podcast 053 with Tritonal[/b]


[url=http://www.tritonalmusic.com/]Tritonal[/url]


If success were measured musically, Tritonal would be on the highway to achieving the great American dream. At any given moment, their music is fueling a sing-along through a spin on the stereo airwaves or tearing up a dance floor at a packed club or festival. They have crossed musical and geographical boundaries and amazed us with their production luminaries and captivating live shows. But take of all that apart, and these talented guys just really want to inspire and to be inspired, blessed with the ability and means to do so.

It is this very reason why Dave Reed and Chad Cisneros, two extremely humble individuals from Austin, Texas, combined forces by chance in 2007 to venture into the dance realm. As they would say it, they "complete each other's musical sentences." In that process, Tritonal came to life. Within the short span of the last 2 years, they have charged into the arena and have fast-tracked into chalking up more accolades and accomplishments than some producers or DJs ever will in a lifetime. Despite a very crowded and almost overpopulated trance scene, inhabitants of Planet Dance have generously embraced Tritonal. Amidst the great wave of fresh names flooding the dance arena, they manage to stand out with their ability to evolve and accomplish, and they are the best candidates to put America and trance music on the map.


01. Ronski Speed Pres. Sun Decade - I'm alone 2011 (Lost Stories Remix)
02. Maor Levi - Reflect (Jerome Isma-ae and Daniel Portman Remix)
03. Tritonal feat. Cristina Soto - Lifted (Matt Zo Remix)
04. Paul Gibson - Fusion (Rafael Frost Remix)
05. The King, The Thief - The Blacksmith (Klauss Goulart Remix)
06. Arty - Zara (Original Mix)
07. Tritonal - Suzu (Original Mix)
08. Above & Beyond - Can't Sleep (Super8 & Tab Remix)
09. Kyau & Albert - Barbizon (Original Mix)
10. Norin & Rad Vs. Recurve - The Gift (Air Up There Remix)
11. Daniel Kandi - Breathe (7 Skies Remix)


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[b]The Digital Society Podcast 054 with Bryan Kearney[/b]


[url=http://www.bryankearney.com/index.html]Bryan Kearney[/url]


Bryan Kearney began DJing in the year 2000 and in this time has established himself firmly on the international dance scene. His sets contain the very best in upfront trance and techno with the emphasis always on energy and the unexpected.
He was a permanent fixture on the airwaves of Dublin throughout 2002 and 2003 with prime time shows on Energy Fm and Kiss Fm providing the capital with the very best in brand new material each week. In 2003, Bryan began his own night Tranceformation in the Crypt at the legendary Temple Theatre. At the same time, he had began to get into producing and obtained a Higher National Diploma in Sound Operations and Music Technology. His collaboration with John O'Callaghan entitled Restricted Motion was signed to Discover Records by label boss John Askew.
His track with O'Callaghan, Exactly, singed to Discover Records was regarded by many as the track of the Winter Music Conferance 06, and became a firm favourite of Armin Van Buuren and Paul Van Dyk. It was remixed by one of his idols, Giuseppe Ottaviani of NU-NRG, and was requested for no less than thirty album compilations.The track is considered by many to be a modern day classic and was the biggest track of 2006. Further releases on Discover and GRH Recordings followed on from this.

2008 continued on with Bryan receiving two nominations at the Irish Dance Music Awards - Best DJ & Best New Artist. His full on tech workout of J.O.C's Rotterdam was a huge success on Sander Van Doorn's brand new label. Other releases releases included his tech house monster ' The Walrus ' on Full Tilt Recordings, a track that received support right across the board of dance music. Bryan's biggest track of the year was a track which was dedicated to his friend Barry Connell who unfortunately passed away in April of that year. 'You Will Never Be Forgotten' was released on Discover Records and was a fitting tribute to Barry. With gigs on a weekly basis throughout Ireland and the UK and also further afield in Poland and Australia. Performances for Goodgreef, Inside Out & Planet Love were followed up by playing at two of the biggest festivals in the world. Sunrise Festival in Poland was Bryan's finest hour to date with his set being voted as second best set of the entire festival ahead of the likes of Tiesto, James Zabiela and many more. Bryan also featured at the world's leading dance event Sensation White in Melbourne, Australia on New Years Eve, a night and experience that will live long in memory.


01. Industrialyzer - The Rules
02. A Paul - Detour
03. The Advent & Industrialyzer - Freeze
04. Talia - Desert
05. Omega Drive - Simfonija
06. Omega Drive - I See And Feel Techno
07. Industrialyzer - Maximal
08. David Moleon vs. Kay D Smith & Marc Tall - Ogre Resistance (Indecent Noise Bosh-Up)
09. Gigi D'Agostino - Bla Bla Bla (Kent & Gian Distruction Mix)
10. Bryan Kearney presents KARNEY - Ridiculous (Mark Young & Damo Kay Remix)
11. Mark Leanings - Dropshot
12. I.D - I.D
13. Faruk Sabanci vs Daniel Kandi vs Above & Beyond - Good For Himalaya (Bryan Kearney Mash-Up)
14. Bryan Kearney vs Luke Terry & Kerry Leva - Mexarpan Rave (Bryan Kearney Mash-Up)
15. 8 Wonders vs Marco V vs The Thrillseekers - The Feeling After (Tyas & Kearney Mashwork)
16. TrancEye - Good Morning Sunshine


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[b]The Digital Society Podcast 055 with Temple One[/b]


[url=http://www.templeonemusic.com/]Temple One[/url]


Born in 1986 and hailing from the southern part of England, Joe found a passion for music in his early childhood and at age 10 he found a love for electronic music. He began to collect all kinds of Trance music he could get hold of and found great inspiration in the old Gatecrasher Compilations. An urge to try out the art of DJ'ing lead to Joe spending most of his time learning to master the decks, soon enough Joe wanted to take things further and decided to take up producing, starting off with programs like Ejay and Music 2000 he got a taste for producing and moved on to more advanced programs such as Cubase, Logic and Reason. From there, Joe never looked back!

In 2006, Joe got his first release with a two track EP on Trance Revolution Recordings, and with guys like Armin Van Buuren, Ferry Corsten and Matt Hardwick supporting the tune, a whole new world opened up for the young talented Englishman.
Joe joined Enhanced Music in 2006 following his release on Trance Revolution Recordings and continued to make quite an impact on the Trance scene. Besides remixing guys like Alex M.O.P.R.H and Woody Van Eyden, he released a 3 track EP on Enhanced that further solidified his position as one of the young bright minds of the UK trance scene. The Aurora EP got huge support all over the world by the likes of Tisto, Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten and Above & Beyond. Joe didnt hesitate to take things further and quickly became one of the most requested guys in the scene working with labels such as Armada, Flashover, Monster Tunes and of course, Enhanced Recordings.

In 2009, Joe stepped up the mark with tracks like 'Sahara Nights' and the more Tech fuelled number 'Betelgeuse' along with a string of high profile remixes all topping the download charts. Joe also mixed the first Enhanced Sessions CD Compilation alongside fellow producer Estiva which followed with several tour dates. To date, Joe has already had the pleasure of performing in countries such as India, Finland, Germany, Poland and Czech Rep along with a string of UK dates.
At just 24 years old, Temple One continues to solidify himself as a producer and as a DJ. With top notch releases.


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[b]The Digital Society Podcast 058 with Manuel Le Saux[/b]


[url=http://www.manuellesaux.com/home/]Manuel Le Saux[/url]


Manuel Le Saux was born as a DJ in 1989. He started his career playing as a resident DJ in one of the biggest clubs in Rome, then he started getting guest appearances in a lot of clubs in Italy. With the start of the new century he started being a producer.
Now he produces for the famous labels Recoverwold, Discover, Flux Delux and Bonzai, and has made remixes for Armada's labels A State Of Trance and Magic Island.

His productions got support from the biggest DJ's in the world like Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren , Ferry Corsten , Paul Van Dyk and many more and his productions were featured in a lot of compilations like A State Of Trance, Dave Pearce's Trance Anthems, Live As and many more. In 2003 he started a radio show called " Top Twenty Tunes " this show is broadcast on the biggest internet radios and on a lot of FM radio stations all around the world. In 2007 he started another radio show called "Extrema" which is exclusively broadcast on Afterhours.FM.

In the meantime his name was growing in the scene and he started playing around the world at big parties like Digital Society (UK), Gatecrasher (UK), Tomorrowland ( Belgium), Entrance (Poland) , Luminosity (Holland), Technoclub (Germany) and many more. He has played in many counties like Australia, Belgium, Germany, Norway, Sweden, UK , Ireland, Poland, Czech Republic, Spain, Turkey, Finland, Switzerland, Slovenia and in Mexico and the USA.


01. Richard Sander & Lost Sunrise - The End Of Everything (Uplifting Mix) [Colorful
02. Manuel Le Saux - Stinger (Original Mix) [DS-R]
03. Bjorn Akesson - Painting Pyramids (Original Mix) [FSOE]
04. Monada - Sunny Day (Original Mix) [Crystal Source Recordings]
05. Las Salinas - San Antoni (Original Mix) [Vandit]
06. Binary Finary & Trent McDermott - Freedom Seekers (Arctic Moon Remix) [Insight Recordings]
07. James L & Thomas Coastline - Sunset Colours (Falcon & Gaz Chen Remix) [CD-R]
08. Angel Ace - Gate 4 (Hoyaa Remix) [Only One]
09. Meridian - Shifter (Stonevalley Remix) [Infrasonic]


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[b]The Digital Society Podcast 059 DS North East special with Jon O'Bir[/b]


[url=http://www.jonobir.com]Jon O'Bir[/url]


Jon O’Bir is a name that’s been splashed across the industry since he catapulted to the front of the line in 2002 after winning a prestigious competition run by Passion and M8 magazine. In the seven years since this Jon has gone from strength to strength in gaining respect, fans and accolades.

He successfully held a residency with the leading dance brand Godskitchen for many years which saw him warming up and going head to head with some of the biggest stars including Paul Van Dyk, Sasha and Tiesto, something very few people can add to their portfolio.
Massive achievements in the world of Radio weren’t far behind as his diary continued to swell. He was picked for an appearance on the renowned Radio One Essential Mix as well as a guest on Fergie’s show. In 2006 he was offered the life changing opportunity to become one of the selected DJ’s to be part of Radio One’s “The Residency” shows which further cemented the gigantic growth in his popularity. Since 2006 Jon O’Bir’s own show “Ways & Means” has continued to attract listeners from all over the world.
His undisputed skills have meant his diary has featured some of the world’s most established and respected events including gigs at Global Gathering, Radio One’s “One Big Weekend” and their “10 years of Ibiza” live from Space, Homelands, Gatecrasher, Goodgreef, Slinky, Planet Love in Dublin, 1015 in San Francisco, Gossip Club in Vietnam, Cream at Amnesia and Passion to name just a select few.


Tracklist Coming Soon ...



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[b]The Digital Society Podcast 059 DS North East special with MK X[/b]


[url=http://www.myspace.com/djmkx]Mk X[/url]


Michael Smith otherwise known as MK X is one of the most exciting talents to emerge from the North East in recent years. Originally a DJ but now a fully fledged music producer and owner of leading trance imprint Infrasonic Recordings Michael has worked hard to build his reputation. Through pure hard work, dedication and honesty he has gained respect and admiration from club promoters in his native UK and also overseas.

Michael is a very versatile DJ who feels just at home playing a progressive house set to that of his preferred peak time trance style. As a DJ, Michael puts thought and precision into his mixing and his ability to read a crowd has not gone unnoticed by his peers.
To date Michael has had the pleasure of playing alongside or warming up for the likes of Giuseppe Ottaviani, John O Callaghan, Matt Hardwick, Alex MORPH, Riley & Durrant, Aly & Fila, Jon O Bir, John Askew, Adam Sheridan, Robert Nickson, Fred Baker, Activa but to name a few!

Now aged just 28 MK X is regarded as one of the best up and coming DJs in the UK. With regular dates in his diary now coming thick and fast from around the country Michael is fast growing a fan base. Whether it be a long structured progressive set or that of his usual full on trance style his ability to work a crowd never fails to impress and with international recognition and tour dates now confirmed with his Infrasonic brand, the future looks very promising for this fast rising, and extremely talented DJ/PRODUCER.


01. Liquid Vision - Pearlescent (Answer42 Remix) [InfraProgressive]
02. Deep Voices feat. Alexander Klaus - Autumn Leaves (Beltek Remix) [Lange]
03. Lay & Browne - The Light [In Charge]
04. Benya - Titan (Tucandeo Remix) [InfraProgressive]
05. Adam Kancerski - Bubblegum (Kiholm Remix) [Infrasonic]
06. Chriss Ortega & Rocking J - Wanaka [Soundpiercing]
07. Audrey Gallagher - Bring Back The Sun (Max Graham & Protoculture Remix) [Subculture]
08. Andy Tau - Hope [Infrasonic]
09. Gareth Emery - Global (Jordan Suckley Remix) [Garuda]
10. Solis & Sean Truby - Loaded [Infrasonic]



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[b]The Digital Society Podcast 060 with Sophie Sugar[/b]


[url=http://www.sophiesugar.com/index.asp]Sophie Sugar[/url]


Sophie Sugar is one of the shining stars of the global trance scene. An established international DJ in her own right and now making waves around the world as a talented and exciting producer, it is easy to see where this young lady is heading.

Sophie was always a music lover - playing the piano for 8 years and collecting records from the tender age of 6! In her teens, she became involved in the club scene, fell in love with trance music and began DJing.
In 2004 she was delighted to win the prestigious Gallery/DJ Magazine DJ competition.
In 2005 and 2006, Sophie released the hugely successful tracks 'Call of Tomorrow' and 'Isis', on respected labels Galactive and ATCR, both of which received support from many of the world's top DJs including Paul Van Dyk and Armin Van Buuren.

Her career has gone from strength to strength as she played to a growing worldwide fan base in areas such as Canada, Morocco, Abu Dhabi, China, Europe and at leading UK nights such as The Gallery, Digital Society, Serious, and Passion.
With her own distinct brand of driving, uplifting trance - both in her productions and DJ sets - Sophie Sugar plays a very exciting part in the worldwide trance scene.


01. Ehren Stowers ft Emi Jarvi - Predator [Alter Ego]
02. Luke Terry ft Helen Sylk - Cloudbreak (Instrumental) [Unearthed]
03. Daniel Kandi & Philip Alpha - If It Ain't Broke [Enhanced]
04. Meridian - Shifter (Stonevalley Remix) [Infrasonic]
05. Exclipse - Thunder Bay (Sunset Remix) [Alter Ego Digital]
06. Cagan Nazlioglu feat Hysteria - All Around You [Music En Route]
07. Freefall feat Jan Johnston - Skydive (Sophie Sugar 2011 Rework)
08. Dave 202 vs Cerf, Mitiska & Jaren - Beggin You (AVB Mash-up) [Armind]
09. Sophie Sugar & Tom Colontonio - Arlanda [ASOT]
10. Activa - Telic - Part One [Discover]
11. Arctic Moon - Adelaide [FSOE]



[b]Download here :[/b] [Url=http://www.digitalsocietypodcast.co.uk]DS Podcast with Sophie Sugar[/Url]



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[b]The Digital Society Podcast 061 DS-R Special with Paul Pearson[/b]


[url=http://www.djpaulpearson.co.uk]Paul Pearson[/url]


Digital Society Resident, Promoter & Podcast host Paul Pearson brings you a selection of some of the best tracks from the past 14 releases on Digital Society Recordings. With an ethos for bringing some of the best upfront club tracks which always hit the top 10 download charts on most online record sites, Digital Society Recordings is at the forefront of todays Trance sound.


01. Fast Distance & Amex - Searide (Daniel Wanrooy remix)
02. Michael Angelo - Flashback (Abstract Vision & Elite Electronic remix)
03. Sequentia vs Static Blue - Sacrifice (Dan Stone remix)
04. Redstar - Universification
05. Joe Garrett - Afterglow (Temple One mix)
06. Hoyaa - Orange Sky
07. Angel Ace - Everythings gonna be fine (Sunset remix)
08. Angel Ace - St Thomas
09. John Dopping - The Mind (Activa remix)
10. Manuel Le Saux - Stinger
11. Oliver Brooks - Chances
12. Lee Miller - Inception
13. Oliver Brooks - Apart
14. Garry Heaney - Lisbon



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[b]The Digital Society Podcast 062 with Defcon Audio[/b]


[url=http://www.defconrecordings.com]Defcon Audio[/url]


Defcon Audio were first formed back in 2008 when studio partners Lazarus, James Alexander, and Richard J. Thorpe collaborated on their rework of Med vs Neil Bamford – One, which subsequently won the Abora Recordings remix competition and gained support from trance royalty Ferry Corsten.
As producers they’ve worked on a number of original tracks and bootleg reworks, utilising Richard J. Thorpe’s classical pianist skills to create some unique interpretations of well-known trance tracks, such as their popular version of Agnelli & Nelson – Everyday.

In 2009 Lazarus and James Alexander kicked off the launch of their label Defcon Recordings with the release of their debut artist production Defcon Audio – Trailblazer, which earned widespread support from the likes of Manuel Le Saux, Pedro Del Mar, as well as Ferry Corsten once again.
They have been working on an artist album in-between concentrating on their label work, due for release on Defcon in 2012, but remixes of album tracks such as Theme From Defcon and Lost In You, with the latter due for full release this Spring.

Lazarus and James Alexander also now DJ together regularly under the Defcon Audio name and this year they launched a new fortnightly radio show called Defcontamination, which broadcasts exclusively on Discover Trance Radio.


01. Defcon Audio featuring Julie Harrington - Lost In You (Darzh Liebek remix) [Defcon]
02. Jamie Walker - Dubtize [Defcon]
03. ID - ID (dub mix) [Defcon]
04. Sergey Nevone - Nature (Simon O'Shine remix) [Defcon]
05. Med & Phil Metcalfe - January (Jaden Merrick remix) [Defcon]
06. Function C presents Keelin Temple - Night Moves [Defcon]
07. James Dymond - Journey To Jordan [Defcon]
08. DenSity Fuzion - Water Drop (Mike Jawlera's Dirty Water remix) [Defcon]
09. ID - ID [Defcon]
10. Simon O'Shine - Anya (Jaden Merrick remix) [Defcon]
11. Ronny K. presents Advanced - Nightlife In Tokyo [Defcon]


[b]Download here :[/b] [Url=http://www.digitalsocietypodcast.co.uk]DS Podcast with Defcon Audio[/Url]



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[b]The Digital Society Podcast 063 with Estiva[/b]


[url=http://www.estiva-music.com/]Estiva[/url]


Steven Baan, better known as the man behind the project Estiva, has grown to be somewhat of a household name recently. Operating out of the city of Reeuwijk in western Holland, Stevens flair for a beautiful melodic take on progressive trance has gotten the nod of approval from every part of the scene of electronic dance music.
Born just before Christmas in 1987, Steven was the youngest in the household with two big brothers and experienced a nice safe childhood. The passion for trance comes from the summer, as well as countless hours listening to shows like “A State Of Trance” and the legendary “In Search Of Sunrise” compilation series by fellow Dutchman Tiësto.

In the early years Steven played around with different sequencers trying to find one that fitted him, and when he started using FL Studio things really started to take off for him and he finished the EP “Estiva Pres. Sunover – Stella” in 2007 which found its way to the UK-based label Enhanced Recordings, a label that Steven has stayed with since then.
Another milestone in Stevens career was when he joined forces with his friend Marninx on the track “Casa Grande” which got handpicked for Tiësto for the 7th edition of his “In Search Of Sunrise”-series which according to Steven himself was nothing short of “a dream coming true”.

Now all eyes were upon Steven, and his next EP “Strawberry Frields” got support from the likes of Tiësto, Armin Van Buuren and Ferry Corsten. With his unique take on progressive trance Steven just kept working hard in the studio and besides doing remixes for labels like Anjunabeats, Coldharbour & Fraction, he stunned everyone with the EP “Les Fleurs” that really showcased the versatility that Steven possessed getting support from Tiësto, Markus Schulz, Lange & Solarstone.

Over the second half of 2009 and early 2010 another EP was released on Enhanced, “I Feel Fine” yet again showcased Steven’s talent and gathered support from the likes of Above & Beyond and Armin Van Buuren. Meanwhile Steven teamed up with label-partner Temple One for the track “November Lovely” and early 2010 came what appears to be the most popular Estiva EP as of then titled “Friends & Enemies” with early support all over the board including Tiësto, Armin Van Buuren, Above & Beyond, Markus Schulz & Judge Jules. Later on that year he surprised the scene with his “The Kingdom” and “Adamas”, both of the EP’s were trademark Estiva pieces.


Tracklist Coming Soon ...


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[b]The Digital Society Podcast 064 with Indecent Noise[/b]


[url=http://www.indecent-noise.com]Indecent Noise[/url]


Indecent Noise (Aleksander Stawierej), 25 years old DJ, producer, engineer and promotor. Completly rapt in energetic and melodic trance sounds, often use more techy stuff in his sets. His fascination of electronic music has started at a very young age. At age 7 he listened to compilations of Jan Michelle Jarre and Kraftwerk. He put his first steps as DJ and producer in 2004.

He deubts in 2006 with remixes of Viscid's tracks that were released in J00F Deep and Inaspace in 2006.
For a next year he improved his musicianship gaining experience in production and signing contracts with Neuroscience Recordings and Kerf Music. The turning point in his career was winning a remix competition of „Wildfires”, which was organised by Comunicate Recordings in 2008. In 2010 he signed contracts with legendary labels like Discover & Fraction.

Playing live he fully uses benefits of technology by using laptop and midi controllers with Ableton Live setup, making his sets special and unique. In 2010 Alex signed with Audio Religion booking agency, which manage some of top artists like Manuel Le Saux, Lee Haslam, Fast Distance and Sly One vs. Jurrane. Indecent Noise has his own monthly radioshow “Noise Sessions” on Trance.fm, Totaal fm, Discover Trance Radio and PureSound.fm. He also hosts “Radio Bosh”
which is broadcasted every month in sundays prime time on afterhours.fm.

Productions of Alex were supported by names like: Tiesto, Paul van Dyk, Above & Beyond, Paul Oakenfold, Agnelli & Nelson, Roger Shah, Sean Tyas, Christopher Lawrence, Lange, Judge Jules, Kutski, Scot Project, Dumonde, Graham Gold, Matt Darey, M.I.K.E., Tillmann Uhrmacher, Ernesto & Bastian, Aly&Fila, Mark Sherry, Activa, Marcos, DJ Choose,
John O'Callaghan, John Askew, Daniel Kandi, Manuel Le Saux, Suzy Solar, Ali Wilson, Bryan Kearney, Tom Colontonio and Kaeno.


01. John O'Callaghan - Raw Deal [Armada]
02. Astrix – FeeL.S.D (Askew Rework) [CDR]
03. Too Many Artists - Get Exact Blackout (Indecent Noise Dark Sessions Bosh-Up) [Discover Dark]
04. Indecent Noise - Civitanova (Nick Callaghan & Will Atkinson Dark Sessions Remix) [Discover Dark]
05. David Moleon vs. Kay D Smith & Marc Tall - Ogre Resistance (Indecent Noise Bosh-Up) [CDR]
06. David Moleon - Albita [Patterns]
07. Indecent KEARNAGE - Too Many To Mention (Indecent Deconstruction) [CDR]
08. LGT - La La Land [Let's Go Techno Bootleg Records]
09. Too Many Artists - Passenger Dropped Your Transmission (Indecent Noise Dark Sessions Bosh-Up) [Discover Dark]
10. Lisa Lashes - Numero Uno (Indecent Noise's Acidfest) [Discover Dark]
11. ID - ID [CDR]
12. Indecent Noise & Colin James - Preset Warrior [Discover Dark]
13. Bryan Kearney & Snatam Kaur - Ong Namo (Neptune Project's In Search Of The Mayan's Remix) [FSOE]
14. Impulsive Drive - Blue Skies (Bjorn Akesson Remix) [Borderline]
15. Underworld - Push Upstairs (Giuseppe Ottaviani Remix) [CDR]
16. John Gibbons vs. Setrise - The Lead We Lost (Mark Young & Damo Kay Remix) [Club Educate]
17. Sied van Riel - Stealing Time (Aly & Fila Remix / Indecent Noise Edit) [CDR]


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[b]The Digital Society Podcast 065 with Juventa[/b]


[url=http://www.myspace.com/juventa]Juventa[/url]


Jordin Post, also known as Juventa - This young producer from The Netherlands has been active since late 2009 and made the step from small labels to the bigger players before the end of 2010. He already managed to create himself a good fundemental discography with releases findable on labels like Infrasonic, Anjunabeats, and now also Enhanced, kicking off on this label with his debut EP "For That Special Girl / Just An Emotion".

Unknown to most of the people until is hit remix of André Glensks "Polish Pierogi", Jordin is now fastly becoming a resident, and supports of his tracks from A-list DJs can be expected for every single release. Early 2010 he also had the honour to get his remix of the legendary "Larry Mountains 54" compiled on Anjunabeats Volume 8, which gave his name a huge boost. His EP on Enhanced is moving on with the waves it caused and will be followed by more very promising originals and remixes.

His trademark sound must be the combination of an uplifting Trance base with various progressive elements through it. "It's just great when you post some samples on the internet, and people are like "hey, I recognise this. Sounds like Juventa!".
Jordin's main objective is to provide his listeners with quality and emotional music. The genre doesn't matter, since Trance isn't the only style this guy is producing.
"Sometimes I just feel like I have to make something completely different. The result can be a track like "Ruby" or "Attained Dreams", two Lounge-styled tracks that were featured on a compilation called "Lounge Top 100", which was compiled by Cloud9 Music (Who are also my publisher by the way). I also do Breaks sometimes, and if I'm in the mood some firm Progressive can be the final product too. You'll hear an examples of that on Enhanced Progressive!"

A 'new name on the trance horizon', with a bright future ahead.


01. Norin & Rad – Segarra (Original Mix)
02. Coldplay – Talk (Juventa Bootleg)
03. Federation – Synchronized (Protoculture Remix)
04. Lang & Yep feat. Manon Polare – Nevertheless (Juventa Remix)
05. Susana feat. Jorn van Deynhoven – Never Mine (Juventa Remix)
06. Solis & Thomas Datt vs Dominic Plaza & David West – Believe Sounds Rushing (Juventa Mashup)
07. Right Face – Deep Impression (Adam Nickey Remix)
08. Juventa vs Above & Beyond – Sun & Dionysia (Juventa Mashup)
09. Deep Care – Blacks (Daniel Kandi Lifted Remix)
10. Aly & Fila – Still (Jorn van Deynhoven Remix)


[b]Download here :[/b] [Url=http://www.digitalsocietypodcast.co.uk]DS Podcast with Juventa[/Url]



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Friday 17th June @ The Mint Club Leeds[/b]

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DANIEL KANDI
GREG DOWNEY
FERRY TAYLE
BRYAN KEARNEY vs
INDECENT NOISE
ESTIVA vs
WILL HOLLAND
JUVENTA [uk debut]


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