From Mexico to London, Betoko is Making it ‘Rain Again’


Here is an artist that deserves your attention – check out Betoko (Beto Cohen), who is gaining popularity with his musical masterpieces. His sound spans the genres of tech, deep house, and minimal. However he plays it, it’s soulful, captivating, sometimes dark, yet always dance-inducing!

Originally from Guadalajara, Mexico, Cohen grew up playing the guitar and drums in various bands, while his mother was an actress and singer. By the time he was 20, he had set up his own studio, production company and modeling agency in Guadalajara. Betoko then moved to London to further pursue his interest in electronic music.


The now London-based producer’s music has received plenty of support by fans and DJs alike. M.A.N.D.Y, Gregor Tresher, Martinez, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Sven Vath, and Marco Carola, are just a few who have showcased his musical ingenuity in their own sets. His tracks have also been featured on the TV series CSI, as well as several advertising campaigns. Nowadays, Cohen is the head of two of his own labels, OKO Recordings (a tech-house label) and Chill Mint (where everything is released on vinyl), while touring around the world and continuously producing on-the-go.

We just love his funky, melodic, deep house sound and can’t get enough! An interesting fact – he does the vocals on his own tracks too. Indeed a talented músicon!

Check out this awesome recorded live set from Pfingstweide, Zurich.

Betoko is set to release an album, and several remixes later this summer [2013]…so stay tuned! For more information on Betoko and upcoming tour dates, follow his Facebook page, Twitter, and website.


By: Angelo Castañeda

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The Multi-Talented Luminaries Rebecca and Fiona


Swedish DJ and producer duo Rebecca & Fiona (Rebecca Scheja and Fiona Fitzpatrick) have been ruling the Stockholm club scene and are quickly spreading their reign across Europe and the US. Armed with badass beats and hard-dropping bass, these two talented ladies are showing they can do it all – DJ, produce, sing, write, and put on one hell of a show! Ever since the release of their first single “Luminary Ones” in 2010, their career trajectory has been nothing short of impressive – with nominations and awards for DJ of the year (2009), Best Club Hosts, and winning the 2012 Swedish Grammy Award for Best Electronic/Dance (for their album I Love You, Man). Moreover, they’ve been touring all over the world alongside the likes of Tiësto, Kaskade, Axwell and Steve Angello; these gifted women are a serious musical force to reckon with!

Both ladies were born with talent and seemed fated to become musical artists. Rebecca’s father, Staffan, is one of Sweden’s most prolific classical pianists and Fiona’s dad, Greg, is the king of Swedish 80′s Synthpop. Interesting fact – at age 19 Fiona took home the  gold-medal for rock climbing in the 2005 Nordic Championships and served as Vice-Chairman of the Swedish National Student Bodies. Rebecca, on the other hand, has played various leading roles in Swedish feature films since she was just a girl at age eight. Rebecca and Fiona met at a friend’s birthday party and had an instant connection—they have been playing, partying and working together ever since.

Before either of them began to DJ they both shared a love for dance music, clubs, and partying. Their love for nightlife led them to start a music blog, and eventually (in 2008), they opened a nightclub in Stockholm. Being surrounded by the dance music scene and continuing to discover new music through their blog, it wasn’t too long before they started to dabble in music production and DJing themselves. As explained in a recent interview with EDM Insider, “it [owning a nightclub] quickly developed into us DJing instead of booking other DJs for our club because we thought we could do it better. And then we ended up learning how to DJ because we were DJing all the time. After a year of that, it turned into us wanting to produce our own music.”

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Last summer (in 2012), Rebecca and Fiona released their debut full-length album I Love You, Man; featuring light and airy dance pop tracks produced by Adrian Lux and Carli (Robyn/Crookers) and fresh collaborations with Kaskade and Spank Rock. The duo is most known for the breathy, detached vocal style, on tracks such as “Dance,” and the acoustic guitar driven “If She Was Away.” However, other tracks on the album like “Golden Gate,” “Church Is On Fire” and “Sleep Alone,” have a more underground, indie and darker feel to them.

2012 was a huge year for the DJ duet, they toured all over the world with stops in France, London, Canada, Sweden and Belgium for the Tomorrowland festival, where they scored an opening set on the main stage preceding mega dance music acts (and fellow Swedes) Avicii and Alesso. In the U.S., Rebecca & Fiona have played in Las Vegas, New York, Miami, and the usual west-coast hotspots throughout California. In an interview with the LA Times, the girls explain their perception of the current American dance music scene: “It’s so different from Europe. We love the energy and respect it, but we were so startled by the EDM guys here — they’re so beefy! That’s so not sexy to me, Bro-step.” That’s pretty funny! Take note, beefy bro-steppers.


In a predominately male arena, Rebecca & Fiona have definitely been able to rise through the ranks and gain musical clout. In an interview with EDM Insider, the girls shared their sentiment on the issue: “It’s a weird system and I think it starts early because based on trends, boys start using and playing with computers before girls do. Based on that, we think that certain social norms have evolved. It is also a result of inherent social roles. It is hard for people to believe that we can be outgoing party girls, but still at the same time be creative and serious about our music. People make excuses and a lot of people don’t acknowledge it and assume that our boyfriends make our tracks. It is a struggle and we do what we can. It doesn’t matter, people can like it or not, as long as we get to play our music and have fun. But in the end, there shouldn’t be any difference in the industry in the first place.” Sounds like a pretty logical explanation. The girls added this funny tidbit: “It’s very nice to be known for what we made [their own productions], not just for who we are. Which is a good thing – because most famous DJs are really ugly, but people don’t notice because they are so star struck.”

Sounds like Rebecca and Fiona know what’s up, aren’t afraid to speak their minds, and have the talent to back it up! Check out their newest single, “Taken Over” featuring Style of Eye. And be sure to check out their website and Facebook page for news and upcoming tour dates. Rebecca and Fiona are also headlining AWOL Snow on Sunday, March 3rd in Whistler, British Columbia! Who doesn’t like beautiful snow-capped mountains, winter sports, incredible people and of course, amazing dance music?!

For more info and AWOL Snow ticketsclick here.


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The Different Faces of Felix Cartal


Producer/DJ Felix Cartal is no newcomer to the dance music scene. The Vancouver native has been producing and remixing since age 15, with a talent for making music that is innovative and memorable! Breaking down boundaries of expectation and continuously evolving, Cartal stands with few in his unique ability to produce dance tracks that are musically versatile and well suited for festivals, clubs, and house parties alike. With highly acclaimed releases, two full records, a slew of EP’s, and tours all over the world, Cartal is a true veteran that continues rise!

Cartal, like many current dance music producers, found his musical roots in the Punk/Hardcore scene. His NOFX-inspired band (in which he played the bass guitar), Dysfunctional, gained notoriety in the Vancouver area for about 4 years until their 2004 breakup. Cartal then moved on to a more progressive, Mars Volta-inspired band called Orange Orange, while also experimenting with music production software Reason and Cubase, attending dance music events and falling in love with the palpable energy of the Vancouver dance scene. Cartal’s background served as his inspiration; he was able to draw musical parallels between the energetic sounds of Punk music and the hard-hitting bass of dance music, producing tracks that make people dance in an entirely new way.

Cartal released his first EP, entitled Skeleton, under Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records in 2009, followed by his debut LP Popular Music in 2010. Having paved his way in the electronic music world by releasing heavy, aggressive, beat-driven tracks, Cartal continued his success by releasing “The Joker,” which was supported by dance music vets such as Benny Benassi and Laidback Luke. Tracks like “The Joker” quickly established Cartal as a heavy-hitter producer—it was through these releases and extensive touring that Cartal firmly carved his name into the dance music arena.

Last year was quite the year for Cartal. In March 2012 he released his second full-length album, titled Different Faces, which debuted on the iTunes Top 10 Electronic charts in North America. Different Faces features one of his most successful singles to date, “Don’t Turn On The Lights.” The album also boasts powerful tracks like “Triple Deke,” numerous catchy, vocal tracks like “Black To White,” edgy, indie-influenced tracks like “Higher,” and the poppy/dancey tune “Tonight,” featuring vocals from Maja Ivarsson of The Sounds. Overall, it is a well-rounded and versatile showcase of Cartal’s musical talent and creativity.

Moreover, in 2012 Cartal started a biweekly podcast entitled “Weekend Workout,” a one-hour mix featuring Cartal’s choice of music and unreleased tracks. Started in June, the podcast became a weekly mix broadcasted worldwide on SiriusXM and available for free download on iTunes and Soundcloud. Most recently, Cartal released two new tracks both featuring the vocals by Natalie Angiuli – “No Sleep” in December 2012, and “Lullaby” last month (January 2013). Both great dance tracks done in true Cartal fashion!

In his own recent blog post, Cartal reflects on his last year on the road, and a few personal highlights: “200,000+ air miles. Another year of insane travel, I can’t even remember all the places I’ve been. Some highlights though, Sasquatch Music Festival, a goal in my life to play this for a long time and it did not disappoint. Possibly the best show of my life. Hawaii with the Dim Mak team, was so nice to hang with Steve and everyone on my label.” Sounds like Cartal had one hell of a year, and things are only looking up for this young veteran!


Felix Cartal has a solid lineup of upcoming tour dates, so be sure to check out his website for more info. And most importantly, make sure to follow his amazing head of hair, after all, it follows him everywhere – (yes, it actually has its own twitter following).


And if you’re looking to step up your game in the unique music experience department, be sure to catch Cartal near his home town at the second-annual AWOL Snow in the world’s best ski location: Whistler, British Columbia! Who doesn’t like beautiful snow-capped mountains, winter sports, incredible people and of course, amazing dance music?!

For more info and AWOL Snow ticketsclick here.


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Rising Dubstep Duo – Klaypex


A rising duo to put on your radar, producers Johnny Atar and Mark Emmanuel (known as Klaypex) are gaining notoriety and fans with their hard-hitting and melodic Dubstep/Electro-house sound! Off the heels of their second album, “Ready To Go,” released in April of 2012, these childhood friends are now focusing on new music and touring their dance-inducing creations.

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Johnny and Mark have been best friends since they were 16 years old. They both emigrated to Canada and met at an after school program for new students. Johnny started playing the piano from a very young age – he didn’t have any training, but interaction with the instrument itself helped him develop his musical abilities and creativity, and he began playing guitar at age 16. Mark began playing bass at age 17, and learned to play at a very quick pace! Mark attended an Independent Music Production program that later proved to be instrumental (pun intended) in the development of his technical skills. Mastering musical instruments and going through their rock band phases helped them both gain expertise from a variety of influences.

Over the years, the two best friends played an array of instruments in many different types of bands, ranging from Alternative Space Rock, R&B, Pop, Industrial, and Soundtrack Music to Acoustic, Rap, and Orchestral/Piano compositions. Then, in the summer of 2011, they found the genre they loved most, and Klaypex was born onto the dance music scene!

Both Johnny and Mark have been quoted as finding inspiration from everyday life, music and emotions. Deadmau5 is one of the top artists they would love to work with, and both of them (just like the mau5 himself) are self-proclaimed musical gear heads – they are fascinated with production technology and the engineering side of music. Another artist they find particularly inspiring is Thom Yorke (Radiohead front man), for his ability to demonstrate that music can be different and original to the fullest extent, and that because of this, people will love you (as an artist).

We really dig their Dub-step/Electro-house sound, it isn’t melt-your-face off while two robots brawl with chainsaws Dub-step. Their beats are actually quite dancey and harmonious instead – with just the right amount of bass drops and electro riffs to make it pleasurable to the ears and feet. Be sure to check them out if they happen to be playing in a city near you!

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Dyro Interview: “To Me It’s Music the Way I Like It”

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Lend your ears to Dyro (Jordy van Egmond), one of the latest breakthrough producers from Holland. This up-and-coming artist is making soundwaves all across the globe with his powerful original tracks, getting plays from superstar DJs such as Hardwell, Afrojack, David Guetta, Tiësto, Sander van Doorn, Dada Life, and Laidback Luke. The young Dutchman has also been adding his unique touch to some monster tracks and producing remixes for industry heavyweights like Example, R3hab, Morgan Page, Dannic, and more.

Dyro is first and foremost a producer, and has only been DJing for the last 2 years. Yet his onstage vibe and hard-hitting sound have struck a chord with fans and artists alike, catapulting his fledgling career. He has bookings all through Europe, Canada, and a few select US destinations – this rising artist is damn talented and definitely one to watch!

Here are some of our favorite Dyro tracks:

We were lucky enough to learn more about Dyro himself firsthand – check out the interview below:

Talent Rising: To start things off, how did you first get into music, and why did you want to become a DJ?

Dyro: I’ve always been very interested in music. I always wanted to know how they would make music when I was little. As I got older I started experimenting with music and I downloaded FL studio. I always wanted to be a producer and getting the attention I was starting to get resulted in requests to DJ. I’ve been producing for almost 3 years now and I’ve only been DJing for almost a year.


TR: How did you come up with the name Dyro?

D: Dyro is actually just my name Jordy rearranged without the J.

TR: Well that’s pretty clever!

TR: Are your parents and friends supportive of what you do?

D: Every good parent just wants the best for their children. Mine where, at first, not very supportive, but now I showed them I could actually do this they are fully supportive.

TR: Who were/are some of your biggest influences?

D: Daft Punk, Hardwell, Dada Life, Tommy Trash, Alesso, Nicky Romero.

TR: How would you describe your sound?

D: I always find it hard to describe it. To me its music the way I like it. It’s all about energy and making people go bananas but still keeping it musical.

TR: 2011 was a great breakout year for you, with the release of your EP and tracks such as Daftastic, Metaphor, Mango, and Raid. How was the ride?

D: It was amazing, I never could have expected all the attention and feedback I’m getting. I’m very grateful for everything that’s happening to me now and I can say that there is a lot more to come. I’m not done at all.

TR: How did you get connected to Hardwell and Revealed Recordings? How did that encounter help you out?

D: It helped me tremendously. Hardwell and Revealed Recordings showed me a lot of support and gave that last push I needed into the scene. I got connected to Hardwell after he played one of my tracks at Electric Zoo NY last year. Not long after that, his label manager called me saying they wanted to sign three tracks.

TR: You have also done remixes for some big names, such as Hardwell, R3hab, Afrojack, and Katy Perry. How do you tackle remixing versus producing original tracks?

D: Honestly I have a little trouble with that. There are so many remix requests coming in that I need to refuse half of them and still there are a lot. I see them all as big opportunities and I want to do as much as possible which results in less attention for my original [tracks]. I’m fixing it at the moment though. I haven’t been accepting a lot of remixes lately and I finished over 5 new originals.

TR: What is one of the craziest things you have experienced while on tour?

D: One time after my set I discovered my jacket had been stolen from underneath the DJ booth, when I walked out of the club, I saw this girl wearing MY jacket and hers was stolen as well so she took mine…I got it back in the end but that was a strange experience!

TR: What are some of your personal highlights and drawbacks of touring?

D: The Revealed on tour gigs are always a lot of fun and my last gig at Scream Edmonton 2012 was amazing!

TR: What is your favorite part of being a DJ/Producer?

D: Being able to show your talent to a big crowd. The feeling of playing your new creation for thousands of people for the first time is an amazing feeling.

TR: What are some the difficulties of being a DJ/Producer that most fans would’t know?

D: Traveling, I have a hard time keeping up with my jet lags, but I’m slowly getting used to it.

TR: When you are not playing shows, what do you do for fun? Do you like to go out/party in Holland?

D: Hanging out with friends, traveling. I’m not going out that much anymore because that’s all that I see all week.

TR: How do you stay up-to-date on what other artists/DJs are doing in the industry?

D: Connection with them. Reading blogs and talking to fans.


TR: What is one thing you know now that you wish you would have known before you started your career?

D: How hard it is to get a VISA for the USA.

TR: What project are you currently working on that you are most excited about? And what new tracks should your fans be looking out for?

D: I did a smashing remix for Tiesto that should be out soon. Next to that there are a lot of original coming up that are smashing too!

TR: It would be great to see you perform over here on the west coast, any plans of coming to LA any time soon? Any US tour dates scheduled?

D: Nothing scheduled yet. It’s important for me to first get my VISA and then start scheduling stuff. I love LA though, and I would love to play there one day!

Be sure to keep an eye out on my Twitter, Facebook and Soundcloud.

TR: We would like to thank you for your time and sharing your experience with us; we really dig the electrifying energetic Dyro sound, and we are excited to see what lies ahead for you as a rising artist!



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Jordy Dazz Breaking Out With His “Dope & Dirty” Sound

Jordy van Oostveen, better known as Jordy Dazz (and formerly Jordy Lishious), a young Dutch DJ/producer, has been climbing the charts and gaining notoriety for his “Big Room” House productions and remixes all year. At the beginning of 2011, Dazz made his debut on Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings with the release of Lump,a deep, techy, Progressive House track that gained support from the likes of Tiesto, Avicii, Swedish House Mafia, Fedde le Grand, Armin van Buuren, Dada Life and many more. With new releases out this year and a booked calendar full of music festivals and nightclubs alike, it’s time to get keen to this rising talent’s “Dope & Dirty” sound!

Originally from Tilburg, Holland, Dazz’s interest in music started at a very early age. Back when he was just a spry youngster at age 12, he would spend all his allowance money on CD-singles and albums of all different genres – from Dutch Folk to Hardcore and Pop to Top 40. He started by making remixes, cuts, edits and mixed tapes on his computer – he was fascinated by the process and the ability to change sound and remake it however he wanted. Dazz started out DJing when he was about 14 years old, but it wasn’t until age 18 that he started producing music. Finally, at 23 Dazz bought his own gear and started to teach himself some practical production techniques, building upon the basics. In an interview with Beats Media, Dazz admits, “[In order] to be a producer, you really have to be some kind of nerd.” He explained he continues to learn everyday and has risen to his current level of music production by “watching a lot of tutorials, getting to know how audio synthesis really work, and by simply playing around with the software.”

After witnessing the crowd’s reaction when Fedde le Grand dropped his hit track “Lump” on the main stage at Ultra Music Festival in Miami last year, Dazz knew he “was heading in the right path musically.” And that from that moment on, he wanted to produce more tracks with a “bigger sound, heavier drops, and with a more energetic overall party-feel to them.”

Personally, we think his sound is very powerful and techy, it’s also typical “Big Room,” and “Hardwellesque.” However, sometimes it seemingly takes forever to get to the actual “drop,” and then when it finally does, it is not quite the hard-hitting bass-filled drop one would expect, but instead more of a synth-filled drop that leads you right into another build (somewhat tedious at times). Beware: this may throw off your typical stomp dance when anticipating the “drop”…Don’t be caught looking like a fool when that Jordy Dazz beat “drops.”

With the support of Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings and big name DJs giving his tracks some limelight at major festivals, Dazz is certainly off to a good start. This year has already seen many new releases from the young Dutchman, and if all continues to go well for this rising talent, it’s only a matter of time before you start hearing the name Jordy Dazz more often in the dance music arena!

Check out some of his tracks:

Jordy Dazz – “OMG” 

Jordy Dazz – “Bad Rule” 

Jordy Dazz & Mightyfools – Drum Fail (Original Mix)

Kryder & Bream – Dynamo (Jordy Dazz Remix)

Matt Nash, Dave Silcox & Tom Peppe – Hearts (Jordy Dazz Remix)

And his latest release (October 2012): Jordy Dazz & Dannic – “Fuego”

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Breaking Musical Barriers with Gareth Emery

Known for his monster trance hits, Gareth Emery has earned the coveted ninth, seventh, and thirteenth positions in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJ poll the last three years in a row (respectively). Recently bringing a new, heavier and harder style to his productions and live performances, Emery has been pushing the envelope with one epic release after another, while playing the hottest clubs and festivals around the world. Since 2006 he has been considered one of best electronic/dance producers to emerge from the U.K., and his following continues to grow. Due to his ability to appeal to diverse tastes and blend trance, house, electro and techno, Gareth Emery is not your average major-league artist.

Born in Southampton, England, Emery was a childhood prodigy, teaching himself to play the piano at age four. At eighteen, he truly discovered dance music, despite being the lead guitarist in an indie band and a classically trained pianist. A chance trip to Ibiza in 1998 sparked three years of practice in electronic music production, and at the age of twenty-two, he finally created a finished track. “Mistral” was an instant classic – his stunning debut had unsuspecting critics and clubbers alike eating out of his hands. From here onward his career ascent was impressively—and deservedly—rapid.

Emery’s award-winning podcast (begun in 2006) marked him as a pioneer of the now widely used media format. Nominated several times for the Miami IMDA Best Podcast award, it has been an important calling card for his career. Another benchmark of Emery’s success was the launch of his own record label, Garuda, granting him the freedom to release his (and others’) music without restriction. Building his brand in record shops, online stores, radio, nightclubs and festivals has given Emery an all-encompassing reputation in dance music to which few can compare.

One of Emery’s recent successes was “Sanctuary,” voted the 2nd biggest track of 2010 by listeners of Armin van Buuren’s A State Of Trance radio show, and then became the most played record of 2011 on Sirius XM Radio’s dance station BPM. 2012 was also off to a huge start, hit single “Concrete Angel” premiered on Judge Jules’ Radio 1 show, the accompanying music video was added to the prestigious MTV Dance playlist and racked up 1,000,000 YouTube plays in its first three weeks online. Also earlier this year, Emery accepted a residency at Marquee Las Vegas, played at the largest US and European music festivals, and has elevated his Garuda party to Space Miami. In addition, he is also working on a new album and live show concept.

The Manchester resident has a distinctive production style that has been described as a fusion of trancehouse and progressive—he’s not afraid to meld his bold, scintillating electronic motifs with more organic sounds. His sharp leads and bass lines frequently combine with soaring vocals, traditional songwriting elements and traditional musical instruments. While Emery has spent record-breaking time at the top of Beatport’s trance charts, he won’t let the genre ultimately define him: “I really don’t like to put myself in a bracketI’ve really liked playing so much different music in my sets. I guess over time, due to playing on certain line-ups, and to be fair, making some really famous trance records over the years, understandably that’s the bracket I get put in. I don’t mind. But, what I do mind is when people apply this really rigid definition of what trance music is. I can play a track by Nicky Romero and people would say, ‘Well that’s not a trance record,’ when if it was made by Ashley Wallbridge they would consider it trance, even if it’s the exact same record,” Emery said, in a recent interview with SunSentinel.

Nonetheless, he considers the gradual breakdown of genre barriers and the cross-pollination of sounds over the past few years a positive transition. In an interview with, Emery described what and who has an influence on his current performances: “Mainly the new sounds of dance music, dubstep, drumstep, the guys doing different stuff like Skrillex, Nero, Chase & Status, Diplo, Steve Aoki. I love the fact that music is about fun, unashamed partying and doesn’t take itself too seriously. My favorite producers are still continuing to make great stuff – Jerome Isma-Ae, Sander van Doorn, Ashley Wallbridge, etc., but it’s these more alternative guys who I think have really changed the scene this year.”

Regardless of what the future holds for dance music, staying on top and attaining longevity in a career as a DJ, requires (like anything) hard work and a true passion for the craft. “I think those that stay at the top for a long time have to change with the times, and keep evolving their sound so it remains current. With me, it’s hard to predict the future, so I wouldn’t like to make any predictions about longevity. I just plan to keep doing what I love, making and playing music that excites me, whilst keeping my feet on the ground and remaining down-to-earth and connected with people along the way,” said Emery (

Check out his fusion of dance music if he comes to a club or festival near you! Or, if partying on the beautiful beaches of Cabo San Lucas with hundreds of new best friends to an amazing soundtrack sounds like fun to you, then go check him out at the upcoming AWOL Sun, October 12th-16th. Gareth Emery will be headlining at the world-renowned Nikki Beach Sunday afternoon (10/14)—this is an experience you do not want to miss!

For AWOL Sun ticketsclick here.

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