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Throw Your Hands Up! | Peak Hour Mix Featuring the Latest Tech House, Bass House and Techno
In the midst of moving this weekend, I was able to complete the Peak Hour "Throw Your Hands Up" - a set I finished over a week ago. That being said, I can't help but notice a trend in the dance music industry. The volume of new releases is declining, particularly in commercial dance. Gone are the days when big music labels paid top-tier DJs to remix their tracks. Even remix bootlegs are getting scarce nowadays. Genres like Tech House, which once dominated dance floors, have been diluted, and now, Bass House and Big Room is stepping into the limelight. However, most of it echoes the sounds of Future House and EDM, which themselves were successors to Electro House. Personally, I see potential in the Breaks or Breakbeat genre, but I'm aware of its limited appeal. This year hasn't seen many ground-breaking tracks capable of electrifying dancefloors worldwide. Billboard Magazine discontinuing its Dance Club chart could be a significant factor behind this. Instead, we're seeing songs primarily made for streaming, with no extended versions, and a lack of originality in the new releases that heavily rely on past hits. Let's face it — these songs are not paying homage rather they're being lazy in writing and creating new sounds. This scarcity of fresh content is likely to lead to shorter sets, with Dance Classics compilations being the exception. What's concerning is the growing trend of music charts being skewed by tactics like bundling CD sales with ticket sales and merch, and having all the tracks off an album by the biggest artists charting without official releases or videos. Frankly, Spotify is the bane of my existence and has been the worst thing for the entire music industry. Everything is about singles and streaming with only the biggest artists profiting from it. It's completely destroyed the validity of the Billboard Top 100 and album chart, with Billboard being complicit in how they're now ranking songs. With Spotify stuffing big releases into everyone's playlist no matter if they follow the artist or not — it's starting to give the appearance of RICO violations or what used to be known in the industry as pay to play but I digress because I'm not a lawyer only a music fan. This is NOT an indictment of their service, but if it walks like a duck... Despite these tectonic shifts, the role of Party Favorz remains the same. Our mission is to navigate through the dynamics of the industry, bringing you the finest and most innovative trends in Club Dance music. We're committed to our task, even if the industry seems to be lacking in many aspects. On a closing note, Gay Pride will hopefully commence next week, or the week after at the latest. In the meantime, make sure you keep the music playing, and always remember to...ENJOY! Moving back into our old apartment has been a pain in the ass - especially when you consider the escalating costs due to inflation. Just moving a few doors down ended up costing $1,200 both ways. And that's not even counting the additional $700 we had to spend to mount and run wiring for two TVs. When you compare that to the prices we paid when we first moved here in 2017, you realize just how significant the inflation has become. Album: Throw Your Hands Up Artists: Various Genre: Tech House, Bass House, Breakbeat, Techno Length: 02:20:52 1. Anyma (ofc) - Explore Your Future (Extended Version) 2. Jengi, Darude x Zombic x Sterbinszy - Bel Mercy x Sandstorm (Adam b Edit Intro Clean) 3. Odd Mob x Dom Dolla - Tokyo Drift x Left To Right x New Gold (WeDamnz Mashup Intro Clean) 4. The Martinez Brothers & Tokischa - KILO (LSDXOXO Remix) 5. Matroda - Throw Your Hands (Original Mix) 6. Kevin McKay - Get Busy (Extended Mix) 7. Chapter & Verse - Move Left Move Right (Extended Mix) 8. Parisi x Steve Angello & Sebastian Ingrosso - U Ok (Original Mix) 9. Norty Cotto - All That Shakin (Norty Cotto Club Revamp) 10. Biscits - Dont Stop (Original Mix) 11.
Tina Turner | The Diva Series
Tina Turner (born Anna Mae Bullock on November 26, 1939) — the trailblazing, irrepressible "Queen of Rock 'n' Roll" — has passed away. Her impact on music and pop culture cannot be overstated. In her honor, Party Favorz is reposting her induction into the Diva Hall of Fame, celebrating a life and career that transcended and redefined boundaries. From the turbulent beginnings as Ike & Tina Turner's dynamic frontwoman, she rose from the ashes of an abusive relationship to shine as a solo performer. Tina's influence reached across genres, nations, and generations. Her 1984 breakthrough album, "Private Dancer," catapulted her to the apex of music stardom, establishing her as a powerhouse with an indomitable spirit and a voice that left an indelible mark on the world of music. Throughout her career, Tina Turner accrued an impressive list of accolades: 12 Grammy Awards, recognition as the first black artist to grace Rolling Stone's cover, inductions into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and standing among the best-selling artists of all time. Turner never stopped pushing boundaries, not even in her twilight years. She embarked on a worldwide tour from 2008 - 2009, followed by the "Tina! 50th Anniversary Tour," which stood as the 9th highest grossing tour of 2009. Tina Turner's contribution to music wasn't confined to rock and roll. Her work found resonance on dance floors in the 80s and 90s, thanks to extended dance versions and remixes of her songs, which bridged the gap to the emerging house music scene. Notably, "When the Heartache Is Over" from her final album "Twenty Four Seven" found major success after being remixed for the dancefloor. Not just a musical phenomenon, Tina Turner also emerged as a gay icon, commanding a massive fan following within the LGBTQ+ community. This recognition led to her well-deserved induction into the Diva Hall of Fame. As we remember Tina Turner, we acknowledge her vast musical catalogue that encompassed various styles, genres, and tempos. Her music was a testament to her talent, transcending boundaries and blending effortlessly into various musical landscapes. Tonight, as HBO re-airs the documentary "Tina," we bid farewell to this musical maverick. At 80, Tina Turner leaves behind a legacy that is as grand as it is inspiring. She gifted the world six decades of her unique sound, leaving an indelible mark on music and culture. As we honor the incomparable Tina Turner's entry into the Diva Hall of Fame, we remember and celebrate her life, her exceptional career, and the joy she brought into our lives. Tina, you will be sorely missed. Rest in peace, Queen. Album : Tina Turner | The Diva Series Genre : 80's Dance, House Music, Dance Club Year : 2021 Total Time : 2:26:18 1. Disco Inferno (Rockamerica Remix) 2. When The Heartache Is Over (Metro Mix) 3. Foreign Affair (One In A Million Club Mix) 4. Steamy Windows (Justin Strauss House Mix) 5. What's Love Got To Do With It (Amice Remix) [with Kygo] 6. On Silent Wings (Soul Solution Club Mix) 7. When The Heartache Is Over (Hex Hector Club Mix) 8. We Dont Need Another Hero (DJ Red Remix) 9. Never In Your Wildest Dreams (Deep Dish Paradise Mix) [with Barry White] 10. Missing You 2020 (DJ Amanda vs. Sonny Fodera Remix) 11. The Best (Dirty Disco Classic Rework) 12. Whatever You Want (Todd Terry Mix) 13. Goldeneye (David Morales Club Mix) 14. Better Be Good to Me (Extended 12" Remix) 15. Break Every Rule (Dance Mix) 16. Private Dancer (Deibys Marquez Private Mix) 17. Afterglow (12" Vocal Dance Mix) 18. Why Must We Wait Until Tonight (DJ DemiProducer Remix) 19. One Of The Living (Special Club Mix) 20. Typical Male (Manack Extended Remix) 21. Let's Stay Together (Hot Tracks Remix) 22. I Don't Wanna Fight (Urban Overnight Mix) 23. Two People (The Ben Liebrand Mix) 24. What's Love Got To Do With It (Original Mix) [with Kygo] 25.
Feel the Groove — The Ultimate Disco House Podcast to Kickstart Your Summer
As the temperatures rise, Party Favorz is already diving headfirst into summer with our latest Disco House offering, "Feel the Groove". This set is a grand collection of the hottest House Music, NuDisco, and Deep House tracks presently igniting dance floors worldwide. Consider "Feel the Groove" your early ticket to our upcoming pre-summer music extravaganza. The set starts off with a bang, featuring a fresh reinterpretation of the Soulsearcher classic "Feelin' Love" by DJ Fudge. This is quickly followed by Earth N Days' big room funky house track, "The Kinda Love". Earth N Days have been a staple in our sets since they exploded onto the scene in 2017 with "Just Be Good To Me" – a track that bagged the top spot on Beatport's year-end charts. Since then, they've been churning out tunes that any DJ, regardless of their experience level, would be proud to spin. Notable Earth N Days' contributions in our set include "In My House" and their remix of Hotswing's "Work It". We've also refreshed some all-time favorites for this set, including Eelke Kleijn and Lee Cabrera's spin on Laura Branigan's "Self Control", Buth & Nic Fanciulli's reinterpretation of Marvin Gaye's "I Want You", and the 90s House classic "Another Sleepless Night" revamped by Shawn Christopher & Mike Wilson. In an unexpected twist, Shapeshifters have even revisited their own classic, "Lolas Theme", giving it a new life through a VIP remix. Arguably, the titan of this set is "Fresh" by Crazibiza. This track ingeniously samples "Private Number" by Judy Clay & William Bell (1968), intertwined with the iconic vocals from "Somethings Got a Hold On Me" by the legendary Etta James, which was also famously sampled in Avicii's "Levels". The intertwining of these samples is not entirely new and was initially heard in "You Wish" by Nightmares On Wax, featured in our 2011 Chill Edition, "The World We Live In". But as the adage goes, a good sample is a good sample, and Crazibiza has indeed made it even better. A quick personal update: As some of you may recall, Rick and I were victims of a flooding incident last Christmas, which displaced us into temporary housing. But we're happy to report that our unit has been fully restored and we're moving back in next week. Anticipate our next Peak Hour set to drop a bit earlier than usual – on Thursday of next week. Until then, we invite you to dive into "Feel the Groove" and...ENJOY! Album: Feel The Groove Genre: House Music, NuDisco, Deep House Year: 2023 Total Time: 02:31:23 1. Soulsearcher - Feelin Love (DJ Fudge Extended Remix) 2. Earth n Days - The Kinda Love (Extended Mix) 3. Eelke Kleijn vs. Lee Cabrera - Self Control (Extended Mix) 4. Butch & Nic Fanciulli - I Want You (Extended Mix) 5. T.Markakis & Manuel Kane - Losing Control (Original Mix) 6. Stefano Pain & Andrea Serratore - This Is My House (Extended Mix) 7. Roog - Feel My Desire (Extended Vocal Mix) 8. Earth n Days - In My House (Extended Mix) 9. Crazibiza - Fresh (House of Prayers Poolside Edit) 10. Romain Villeroy - Can Feel The Music (Original Mix) 11. DJ PP - Geisha (Original Mix) 12. Fraser - Chicago 93 (Extended Mix) 13. Seb Skalski & Rona Ray - Feel The Groove (Original Mix) 14. Ultra Naté & Tracy Young - Survivor (David Morales Remix) 15. Claptone - Euphoria (Extended Mix) 16. Donna Allen - Serious (Michael Gray Extended Remix) 17. Archie Versace & Supermini - Fired Up (Full Intention Extended Remix) 18. Kiko Navarro, DJ Pippi, Willie Graff & Angela Johnson - You Can't Run From My Love (Extended Mix) 19. Federal Hill - We Got It Goin (Odyssey Inc. Remix) 20. Low Steppa - The Feeling (Extended Mix) 21. Kid Massive - Disco Anthem (Extended Mix) 22. The Shapeshifters - Lolas Theme (VIP) 23. Antoine Clamaran - Other Side (Extended Mix) 24. Larse - A Part Of (Riva Starr Extended Saturn Mix) 25. Hotswing - Work It (Earth n Days Extended Remix) 26.
Millennial Dance Classics [2003 — 2004] Volume 3
Party Favorz, your favorite dance music podcast, is back with the final volume of Millennial Dance Classics 2003 — 2004. This compilation features some of the most iconic dance songs and hidden gems from this transformative era of dance music history. One standout during this period was the progressive to trance remixes by Gabriel & Dresden. These were integral to the darker side of club music that defined this era. Their remix of Jewel's "Intuition" still ranks as one of my top picks. Jewel, originally an alt-folk singer, transitioned into pop music, proving that intelligent lyrics could blend with pop's perceived superficiality. Despite the enthusiastic reception of her overly-sexualized music video by her music label, she fully supported the transformation of her songs into dance tracks. Other mainstream hits included Christina Milian's "Dip It Low", Janet Jackson's "All Nite (Don't Stop)", and Justin Timberlake's "Rock Your Body". These tracks not only dominated the pop charts but also set the dance floor ablaze, particularly the Sander Kleinberg's progressive house mixes. On the lesser-known side, Nina Sky's "Move Your Body" and Mylo's "Drop the Pressure" have now achieved classic status. These tracks received a remix treatment in 2022, reviving their popularity in clubs worldwide. This era also witnessed ONO, John Lennon's widow, dipping her toes into the dance music scene. ONO's abstract poetry, remixed into dance music, was a gamble that paid off, with "Walking on Thin Ice" – here interpreted by Pet Shop Boys with the Danny Tengalia remix hitting hard on the gay circuit while topping the club charts. Finally, let's not forget the Heaven & Earth remix of "Clocks" by Coldplay. Despite its unofficial status and low chart rankings, it had a profound impact on club music, an influence that Coldplay would later acknowledge and embrace. For an expansive list of the biggest dance songs from this period, make sure to check out the Top Dance Songs for 2000 — 2009, particularly the releases for 2003 and 2004. Stay tuned for our regular programming next week. Until then, get ready to relive the millennial dance music era and as always...ENJOY! Album: Millennial Dance Classics [2003 — 2004] Vol. 3 Genre: Electro House, Progressive House, House Music Year: 2023 Total Time: 03:19:52 1. t.A.T.u. - All The Things She Said (Extension 119 Club Vocal Mix) 2. Nina Sky - Move Ya Body (Kurd Maverick Main Vocal Mix) 3. Raven Maize - Fascinated (Joey Negro Club Mix) 4. Mylo - Drop The Pressure (Future Funk Squad Remix) 5. ONO - Walking On Thin Ice (Pet Shop Boys Extended Dance Mix) 6. Robbie Rivera - Which Way You're Going (Wally Lopez Remix) 7. Milk & Sugar feat. Lizzy Pattinson - Let The Sun Shine (Terrace Mix) 8. Heather Headley - I Wish I Wasn't (Thick Dick Vocal Mix) 9. Christina Milian - Dip It Low (Full Intention Club) 10. Boogie Pimps - Somebody To Love (Salt Shaker Mix) 11. Seal - Love's Divine (The Pazzengerz Sanctuary Club Mix) 12. Britney Spears feat. Madonna - Me Against The Music (Gabriel & Dresden Club Mix) 13. Dave Gahan - Dirty Sticky Floors (Junkie XL Vocal Mix) 14. Sarah McLachlan - Fallen (Gabriel & Dresden Anti-Gravity Mix Edit) 15. Duncan Sheik - On A High (Gabriel & Dresden Club Mix) 16. Daniel Bedingfield - If You're Not The One (The Passengerz Girlfriend Club Mix) 17. t.A.T.u. - Not Gonna Get Us (Dave Audé Extension 119 Club Vocal) 18. Sting - Send Your Love (Dave Audé Extended Vocal Mix) 19. Janet Jackson - All Nite (Don't Stop) (Sander Kleinenberg Everybody Mix) 20. Justin Timberlake - Rock Your Body (Sander Kleinenberg's Just In The Club Mix) 21. Kosheen - All In My Head (Planet Funk Mix) 22. Cherie - I'm Ready (Dave Audé Club Mix) 23. BoomKat - What U Do 2 Me (Thick Dick Club Mix) 24. Kelly Clarkson - Since U Been Gone (Jason Nevins Club Mix) 25. Supreme Beings Of Leisure - Ghetto (29 Palms Vocal Mix) 26.
Millennial Dance Classics [2003 — 2004] Volume 2
Looking to relive the golden era of dance music from 2003 to 2004? Look no further than Party Favorz's latest offering, Volume 2 of the Millennial Dance Classics. Featuring some of the biggest dance hits from the period, this collection is a must-have for any dance music lover. And the best part? These epic songs are left unedited, allowing you to experience the full, massive remixes that were so popular during this time. One of the standout DJ/producers of this era was Dave Audé, who has become the go-to for remix productions if you're looking for a hit. And with a lot of rock remixes by the likes of Jacques Lu Cont, Thin White Duke, Les Rythmes Digitales (a.k.a. Stuart Price), Jason Nevins, and Lindbergh Palace (which included Josh Harris later of the Passengerz before going solo), this set is sure to satisfy fans of all genres. Notably, all of these remixers have worked with Madonna at some point in their careers, with Stuart Price having done the most extensive work with her, including producing "Confessions On a Dance Floor" and serving as Music Director for her "Drowned World Tour". Other notable DJ/producers of this era included Gabriel & Dresden and Junkie XL, known for their more progressive remixes that straddle the border with Trance music while dipping their toes into the rock-dance category above. And with Electro House beginning to make inroads during this period, the Benny Benassi remix of Goldfrapp's "Strict Machine" was an excellent offering while his debut album single "Satisfaction" was the forerunner of Electro House that brought the genre into the mainstream. While Electro House was beginning to dominate the scene during this period, Party Favorz doesn't forget about the underground hits that featured Trance, Progressive House, and House music. However, we do save most of the mainstream hits for our Top Dance Songs of the Year series. Party Favorz has Volume 3 in the can and is set to drop mid-week, with a final volume scheduled for next weekend. After that, there may be a little Disco House and Peak Hour to keep the party going. So, what are you waiting for? Dive into the sounds of 2003-2004 with Party Favorz's Millennial Dance Classics Volume 2! Until the next time...ENJOY! Album: Millennial Dance Classics [2003 — 2004] Vol. 2 Genre: Electro House, Progressive House, House Music Year: 2023 Total Time: 02:55:32 1. Seal - Get It Together (Bill Hamel Vocal Mix) 2. GusGus - David (Tim Deluxe Mix) 3. Annie Lennox - Wonderful (Dave Audé Extended Vocal Club) 4. Armand Van Helden - My, My, My (We Deliver The Remix 001) 5. George Michael - Amazing (Full Intention Club Mix) 6. Ashanti - Rock Wit U (Awww Baby) (Pound Boys Remix) 7. Groove Armada - Easy (Original Mix) 8. Ghostface feat. Missy Elliott - Tush (Nevins' Porno Club Mix) 9. Enrique Iglesias feat. Kelis - Not In Love (Dave Audé Remix) 10. Venus Hum - Montana (New Ground Remix) 11. Junior Jack feat. Robert Smith - Da Hype (Warren Clarke Vocal Dub Mix) 12. Richard 'Humpty' Vission - Never Let Me Down (RHV & Raoul Zerna Big Floor Funk Mix) 13. Goldfrapp - Strict Machine (Benny Benassi Sfaction Extended Mix) 14. Benny Benassi presents The Biz - Satisfaction (Isak Original Extended) 15. The Killers - Mr. Brightside (The Lindbergh Palace Club Remix) 16. Darren Hayes - Popular (Jason Nevins Funkrock Club Mix) 17. BT - Somnambulist (Sander Kleinenberg's Convertible Mix) 18. Murk - Time (Peter Rauhofer Timeless Club Mix) 19. iiO - At The End (Scumfrog Remix) 20. Monica - So Gone (The Scumfrog Club Mix) 21. Murk vs. Kristine W - Some Lovin' (Peter Rauhofer Reconstruction Mix) 22. Carl Cox feat. Hannah Robinson - Give Me Your Love (Valentino Kanzyani Mix) 23. Christina Milian - Whatever U Want (JJ Flores Vocal Club Mix) 24. Ciara feat. Missy Elliott - Goodies (Bimbo Jones Full Vocal Mix) 25. Alicia Keys - Diary (Hani Extended Club Mix) 26.
Millennial Dance Classics [2003 — 2004] Volume 1
Are you ready to go back in time to the early 2000s when DJs ruled the dance scene? Party Favorz is back with the long-awaited continuation of our Millennial Dance Classics series, featuring some of the biggest hits from 2003 to 2004. Get ready to relive the golden era of dance music, with tracks like David Morales feat. Lea-Lorién's "How Would U Feel," The Roc Project feat. Tina Arena's "Never (Past Tense) (DJ Tiësto Remix)," Elton John's "Are You Ready For Love (Mylo's Road Map To Peace Remix)," Kurtis Mantronik presents Chamonix's "How Did You Know (77 Strings)," and Felix Da Housecat's "Silver Screen Shower Scene (Thin White Duke Mix)." This period was a time of transition, with progressive and electro house emerging as popular genres while DJs like Thunderpuss, Victor Calderone, and Hex Hector became household names. While some of the top songs of the time had a darker sound, this series focuses on the alternative versions of the dance hits and an emerging sound that would inspire a whole new group of superstar DJs in the near future. This series runs adjacent to Party Favorz's Top Dance Songs companion, showcasing the diversity of dance music that was not always present in what promo services were promoting to DJs. With gems both big and small, this series is a must-listen for anyone who wants to take a trip down the not-so-distant past. So, let's go back to the early 2000s and relive the sounds that got us to where we are today. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album: Millennial Dance Classics [2003 — 2004] Vol. 1 Genre: House Music, Progressive House, Trance Year: 2023 Total Time: 02:56:47 1. Sting feat. Mylène Farmer - Stolen Car (Take Me Dancing) (Dave Audé Extended Mix) 2. Annie Lennox - Pavement Cracks (Gabriel & Dresden Club Mix) 3. Tiësto feat. BT - Love Comes Again (Original 12 Inch Version) 4. Plummet - Cherish The Day (Sorrentino Remix) 5. David Morales feat. Lea-Lorién - How Would U Feel (Extended Mix) 6. The Scumfrog - Music Revolution (Extended Version) 7. Delerium & JAEL - After All (Satoshi Tomiie Remix) 8. DJ Dan - That Phone Track (Original Mix) 9. Gwen Stefani - What You Waiting For (Jacques Lu Cont Thin White Duke Mix) 10. Lee Cabrera feat. Alex Cartana - Shake It (Move A Little Closer) (Extended Vocal Mix) 11. George Michael - Flawless (Shapeshifters Remix) 12. Simply Red - Sunrise (ATFC Morning Glory Remix) 13. Jewel - Stand (Mike Rizzo Global Club Mix) 14. The Roc Project feat. Tina Arena - Never (Past Tense) (DJ Tiësto Remix) 15. Dido - White Flag (Beginnerz Remix) 16. Duran Duran - (Reach Up For The) Sunrise (Full Intention Club Mix) 17. Elton John - Are You Ready For Love (Mylo's Road Map To Peace Remix) 18. Boomkat - The Wreckoning (DJ Monks Disco Ball Mix) 19. Dutch feat. Crystal Waters - My Time (The Scumfrog Extended Vocal) 20. Marascia - Shake It (Original Mix) 21. Kelis - Milkshake (X-Press 2 Triple Thick Vocal Mix) 22. Esthero - O.G. Bitch (The Orange Factory Mix) 23. Basement Jaxx - Good Luck (Tim Deluxe Funked Club Mix) 24. Kurtis Mantronik presents Chamonix - How Did You Know (77 Strings) (Original Vocal Mix) 25. Puretone - Stuck In A Groove (Who Da Funk Vocal Remix) 26. Felix Da Housecat - Silver Screen Shower Scene (Thin White Duke Mix) 27. Dirty Vegas - Walk Into The Sun (King Unique Sunstroke Vocal Mix)
Here We Go Again! — Top Club Dance Songs of April
Party Favorz is back with another electrifying episode of the top club dance songs of April! As we gear up for the summer season, this latest mainstream mix is packed with the biggest dance hits that are sure to keep you grooving on the dancefloor. Kicking off the set is "On & On" by Armin van Buuren & Punctual featuring Alika, a catchy track with infectious beats and smooth vocals that will get you moving from the first beat. Next up is "Crying On the Dancefloor" by Endless Summer, Sam Feldt & Jonas Blue with Violet Days, which samples the iconic 1999 classic "Better Off Alone" by Alice Deejay, giving it a fresh and modern twist that will make you want to dance all night long. "Finally" by Jonas Blue & Rani is another standout track in this mix, featuring a sample from the Freemason's "Disco's Revenge" by Gusto, which itself was based on an obscure 80s dance track. This fusion of old and new creates a nostalgic yet current vibe that is sure to get the party going. "Baby Don't Hurt Me" by David Guetta, Anne-Marie & Coi Leray is another highlight, sampling the 90s Eurodance classic "What Is Love" by Haddaway, bringing back memories of the golden era of dance music. The set also includes the remake of the 2001 Khia Hip-Hop classic "My Neck, My Back" by KVSH & Reezer, which adds a fresh and modern twist to the original, as well as the high-energy "Miracle" by Calvin Harris & Ellie Goulding, a pulsating track that will get your heart racing on the dancefloor. And let's not forget "Player" by Cori Leray, which samples the early 80s Rap classic "The Message" by Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, adding a touch of nostalgia to the mix. Two tracks that cannot be ignored in this set are "Where You Are" by John Summit & Hayla and Pink's remake of the Prince-penned Sinead O'Connor classic "Nothing Compares To You". The Sintra remix of "Where You Are" provides a smooth and seamless flow in the mix, but the Sak Noel and Olive Oil remixes are also worth checking out for a more energetic vibe. As for Pink's cover of "Nothing Compares To You," she delivers a powerful rendition with her signature vocals, and Dirty Disco's remix adds a club-ready twist that takes the song to new heights. Party Favorz would like to express its gratitude to those who have generously donated to help keep the music flowing. With over 13,763 downloads since mid-February and a massive fan base in Singapore and the UK, your support is greatly appreciated. However, there is an ongoing need for recurring donations to cover monthly costs for hosting, DJ services, and website maintenance. Every little bit helps, and Party Favorz is committed to delivering the best mixes for dance music enthusiasts around the world. So put on your dancing shoes and get ready to groove to the hottest club dance hits of April with Party Favorz! Don't miss out on the latest beats that blend the past with the present, creating a musical experience that is both nostalgic and fresh. Let's keep the party going and show some love for the music that brings us all together. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album: Here We Go Again Genre: EDM, Tech House, Future House, Melodic House Year: 2023 Total Time: 02:14:32 1. Armin van Buuren & Punctual feat. Alika - On & On (Extended Mix) 2. Marvin Humes - Put Your Hands Up (Extended Mix) 3. Endless Summer, Sam Feldt & Jonas Blue with Violet Days - Crying On The Dancefloor (Extended Version) 4. Jonas Blue feat. Rani - Finally (Extended Mix) 5. Dimitri Vegas, Steve Aoki & Chapter & Verse - Friends (Extended Mix) 6. ZHU - Faded (Kolya Funk & Denis Rublev Remix) 7. Kasablanca - In Sequence (Extended Mix) 8. John Summit & Hayla - Where You Are (Sintra Extended Remix) 9. David Guetta, Anne-Marie & Coi Leray - Baby Don't Hurt Me (Extended Mix) 10. KVSH & Reezer - My Neck, My Back (Extended Mix) 11. DJSM, New Beat Order & Cmagic5 - Buttons (Extended Mix) 12. James Hurr,
Donna Summer the Queen of Disco — The Casablanca Years Revisited
Donna Summer, the queen of Disco, a name synonymous with the divas of the music industry, has rightfully earned her place in the prestigious Diva Hall of Fame. Alongside icons like Diana Ross, Cher, and Madonna, Donna Summer's legacy as the Queen of Disco is undisputed. With the recent release of the Neil Bogart biopic "Spinning Gold," which chronicles the illustrious career of this visionary pop music hitmaker, who also happened to be the head of one of the most successful music labels capitalizing on the Disco trend of the 1970s, and the upcoming HBO documentary titled "Love To Love You," which features never-before-seen photographs and video footage shot by Miss Summer herself and has extensive involvement from her daughter Brooklyn Sudano, Party Favorz, felt it was finally time to pay tribute to the most important part of Donna Summer's career and her timeless songs that earned her the title "Queen of Disco." Previous tribute sets to Donna Summer by Party Favorz featured the original versions of her songs. However, due to the nature of the way songs were created in the past, with live orchestras and bands, the tempos were not always conducive to modern DJ mixing. This was evident in her retrospective album "On The Radio" released in 1980, where the label released a mixed version of the songs in an edited format, using synthesized effects in between songs to create the illusion of a mix. Party Favorz, took on the challenge of editing the original versions into a continuous mix that utilized more of the lengthy originals, staying true to the original sound of Donna Summer's music, and the result was fantastic. This revisited series of Donna Summer's music also delves into her often-overlooked repertoire from the 1980s, a mixed bag of hits and misses. However, when Donna Summer nailed it, she did so with great fanfare, and Party Favorz wanted to showcase these gems, allowing listeners to experience more of her songs as they were originally released for the dance floor. With some dramatic tempo changes in the songs, Party Favorz got creative in finalizing the track order to ensure a seamless listening experience for Donna Summer's devoted fans, who are sure to be pleased with the final product. Donna Summer's career had a resurgence in the late 1990s, resulting in an entirely new era for her music. While Party Favorz has previously released what was thought to be the ultimate collection of this period, the continuous release of new modern-day remixes of her biggest hits has prompted a second volume, set to drop later this year, to capture this ongoing evolution of Donna Summer's music. It's worth mentioning that Party Favorz relied heavily on Digital Visions edits for this set, as DJ Freddy, the mastermind behind Digital Visions, was instrumental in the creation of the Ultimate Trash Disco series and has contributed many never-before-released edits for Donna Summer's music in this release. DJ Freddy is currently battling cancer and, as healthcare costs in the United States can be exorbitant, Party Favorz encourages fans to contribute to his GoFundMe page to help offset the costs of his treatment and show support for this esteemed DJ and music enthusiast. Donna Summer's indelible mark on the music industry as the Queen of Disco is undeniable, and this tribute to her iconic music is a testament to her enduring legacy. Her songs continue to captivate audiences around the world, and her influence on the music landscape will never fade. Album: Queen of Disco | The Casablanca Years Revisited Artists: Donna Summer Genre: Disco Length: 02:25:58 1. Love To Love You Baby (Barry Harris 2021 Remix) 2. Could It Be Magic (Digital Visions Re-Edit) 3. Try Me [I Know We Can Make It] (Digital Visions Re-Edit) 4. Spring Affair (Digital Visions Re-Edit) 5. Rumor Has It (Digital Visions Re-Edit) 6. I Love You (Digital Visions Re-Edit) 7. I Feel Love (Digital Visions Re-Edit) 8.
All F!@#$%^ Good In Here — Peak Hour Dance Mix
Looking for some Peak Hour mayhem for your Spring Break? Look no further than Party Favorz! Our latest episode, "All F!@#$%^ Good In Here," features the biggest and boldest Tech House, Bass House, Techno, and Breakbeat tracks that are sure to keep you pounding the clubs after midnight. While this episode almost didn't make it due to some backend website work, we managed to squeeze it in and deliver the raw energy that Party Favorz is known for. For those of you who have been asking about alternative ways to listen to our podcast, we've got you covered. We're officially listed on Apple Podcast and iTunes, where you can subscribe to our main RSS feed that has all the latest episodes. We've even set up categories so you can focus on specific areas of interest. We're also listed on Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, PocketCasts, TuneIn, and iHeartRadio. If none of these works for you, you pick your app for Android as well. Now, there are more ways than ever to enjoy your favorite podcast. Lastly, we wanted to share some news about our friend DJ Freddy Greene, who is fighting cancer. Freddy was instrumental in helping us create the Ultimate Trash Disco series, and we couldn't have done it without him. If you're able to help, Freddy's ModSquad has set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for his treatment. Our healthcare system in the United States is run by for-profit corporations, and the cost of treatment can be crippling. Anything you can do to help would be greatly appreciated. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album: All F!@#$%^ Good In Here Artists: Various Genre: Tech House, Bass House, Breakbeat, Techno Length: 02:47:47 1. Pickle - Crank That (Extended Mix) 2. Michael Bibi & KinAhau feat. Audio Bullys - Different Side (Original Mix) 3. Fred Again.., Skrillex & Four Tet - Baby Again.. (Original Mix) 4. Jerome Robins - You're Not Alone (Sinner & James Remix) 5. Johan S & Oliver Knight - Talkin' Good (Extended Mix) 6. Torren Foot & Azealia Banks - New Bottega (Extended Mix) 7. Eden Prince - Take It To The Rhythm (Extended Mix) 8. Genesi - Everything You Have Done (Meduza Extended Edit) 9. Fletcher Kerr - Gotta Be Real (Extended Mix) 10. Noizu & Westend feat. NoMe - Push To Start It (Original Mix) 11. ACRAZE - Take Me Away (Extended Mix) 12. Solardo x Idris Elba - Big Talk (Extended Mix) 13. Ship Wrek vs. Kendrick Lamar - Drank (Original Mix) 14. Chris Lake & Green Velvet - Deceiver (VIP Extended Mix) 15. Hotswing - Work It (Extended Mix) 16. John Summit - In Chicago (Danny Avila Remix Extended Mix) 17. David Guetta x Marten Horger - The Freaks (Extended Mix) 18. Kaskade, deadmau5 & Sofi Tukker, Kx5 - Sacrifice (Extended Mix) 19. Fred Again.. & Swedish House Mafia feat. Future - Turn On The Lights Again.. (Anyma Extended Remix) 20. Lil Wayne - A Milli (SIDEPIECE Remix) 21. Zeds Dead feat. Scrufizzer - One Three Nine (Extended Mix) 22. MK & Dom Dolla - Rhyme Dust (Extended Mix) 23. Flash - Up To No Good (Extended Mix) 24. Ownboss & DJ Glen - Come Together (Extended Mix) 25. D.O.D - Set Me Free (Extended Mix) 26. Mark Armitage - Losing My Feeling 2023 Rework (Original Mix) 27. Jenn Getz & Alfie - Junglist (Extended Mix) 28. Twolate - Baila (Extended Mix) 29. Ondamike - The Power (VIP Mix) 30. Mau P - Drugs From Amsterdam (Freejak Remix) 31. Flash - Up To No Good (Extended Mix) 32. Schak feat. Kim English - Moving All Around (Jumpin') (John Summit Extended Mix) 33. Borai & Denham Audio - Make Me (Extended Mix) 34. Franz Alexander - Let Me Burn (Extended Mix) 35. Toxic Joy & Poltergst - Bad Bitches (Extended Mix) 36. DJ PP - Queen Of Disco (True Spirit Remix) 37. Adriatique & Eynka - Beyond Us (Hatshepsut Extended Version) 38. Vintage Culture, Bhaskar & Meca - Tina (Extended Mix)
Steppin’ Out — The Freshest Disco House Songs of Spring
Get ready to boogie down, folks! Party Favorz is back with the freshest Disco House tracks this side of the Atlantic for your weekend pleasure. While some parts of the world are still getting slammed by winter storms, we're all about spreading the spring vibes with our latest playlist. But let's not get too ahead of ourselves, because as our humble host notes, spring is still fighting to break through. In Georgia, the weather has been yo-yo-ing back and forth, with unexpected drops to the 20s, despite the leaves already sprouting all around the county. Speaking of unexpected, our fearless host has contracted COVID, even after receiving 5 jabs and being extra cautious. We wish him a speedy recovery and remind all our readers to stay vigilant, wear a mask, and avoid unnecessary risks. But onto happier news! Party Favorz has transferred to a new host and is running like a well-oiled machine, ready to bring the party to your ears. Of course, nothing is without incident, but our host has overcome all but one obstacle, which will be fixed on Monday. We can't wait to have all the missing episodes from 2015 backward back in action. For those wondering how to listen to Party Favorz, fear not! There's a 'subscribe' link embedded into the player that allows you to copy the RSS feed and paste it into any app that allows you to bring your feed with you. Our host recommends Pocketcast, Stitcher, Tunein, Amazon Music, and Google Podcasts, and we now have a full store with all the categories in Apple Podcasts. And if you're streaming Party Favorz on any of these platforms, I kindly request that you leave a review. It would mean the world! If you're feeling extra generous, the donation portal is now fixed, with the 'other amount' option functioning properly. While we don't accept Venmo, you can still schedule recurring donations or make a one-time donation for larger amounts. So get ready to groove and boogie down with Party Favorz! We'll be back next weekend with a new Peak Hour set. Until then...ENJOY! Album: Steppin' Out Genre: House, NuDisco Year: 2023 Total Time: 02:58:03 1. Mark Lower & Fleur De Mur - Burn For Love (Extended Mix) 2. Danny Losito - All I Want (Micky More & Andy Tee Extended Mix) 3. Sandy Rivera & Jame Starck feat. Alexis Victoria, Zetaphunk & Yvvan Back - Set You Free (Original Mix) 4. Dombresky - IRLY (I Really Love You) (Extended Mix) 5. Soul Avengerz - Love You Feel (Trois Garcon Mix) 6. LeBaron James & Mishell Ivon - Glamour Nights (Yam Who & Marshall UK Disco Down Mix) 7. Block & Crown x Paul Parsons - Steppin' Out (Clubmix) 8. Angelo Ferreri feat. Susanne Alt - Sax Damage In NYC (Upper West Side Mix) 9. Jay Vegas - Disko Express (Original Mix) 10. Pig&Dan - Better Than The Love I Know (Extended Mix) 11. Antonello Ferrari & Aldo Bergamasco - Keep On Pumpin (Antonello Ferrari & Aldo Bergamasco Club Mix) 12. Tommy Mambretti - Love Us (Extended Mix) 13. Dick Johnson - Get Up Now (Original Mix) 14. Serge Funk - Get Up (Extended Mix) 15. Mirko & Meex - All Night (Original Mix) 16. Jolyon Petch - Spinning Around (Dr Packer's Disco Mix) 17. Yass & Inaya Day - Bring It Up (Paul Adam Extended Club Mix) 18. Archie B - My Love (Zsak Extended Remix) 19. Joe T Vannelli - Hyper T (CASSIMM Extended Mix) 20. Dick Johnson - Into The Groove (String Mix) 21. Roog & Ron Carroll - Wasn't For The Music (Jay Vegas Remix) 22. Sean Finn - Ain't Nobody (Ghostbusterz Euro Extended Remix) 23. Re-Tide & Fatimah Provillon - I Like To Party (Extended Mix) 24. Yam Who feat. Suki Soul - Let's Go Dancin' (Club Version) 25. Jack Matter & Bronx Cheer - The Roots (Original Mix) 26. Dirty Disco Stars - Get Down (Original Mix) 27. Sean Finn - Cada Vez (CASSIMM Extended Remix) 28. Mitch B. x Marcello Mazzoli x Martina Feeniks - This Time Baby (Extended Mix) 29. Martin Wright & Stuart Ojelay - Do You Want It (Original Mix) 30. Michael Gray feat.
Spring Edition 2023 — The Biggest Circuit Anthems of the Season
Party Favorz is excited to announce the release of the 2023 Spring Edition, featuring the hottest circuit anthems of the season. This set includes two tribute songs to Irene Cara: "What A Feeling" by Mor Avrahami and Ran Ziv featuring Ilor Bar, and "Fame" by Black Flamingo and Mar Shine featuring Choir+. The updated versions of these classics with new vocals are outstanding and pay homage to the originals. Many of you may remember the excellent rework of "Fame" by DJ Bill Bennett and Suzanne Palmer back in the day and recently featured on The Ultimate Gay Anthems & Pride Classics volume 4. These updated versions with new vocals are stellar and do the original justice. Miss Cara would be honored. The legendary Suzanne Palmer has also featured in the Tony Moran and Guy Scheiman collaboration of "Praise Up" with various remixes to suit all tastes. Debby Holiday, another favorite of Party Favorz, has a new remix by Dirty Disco and Matt Consola of her remake of the Soul and Disco classic "I Can't Stand the Rain" and a blazing remix of "Love & Peace." Party Favorz believes that Miss Holiday and Miss Palmer deserve an induction into the Diva Hall of Fame due to their contributions to the gay community, which can't be overstated. Additionally, Disco Queen Carol Jiani returns with Sammy X on the super gay "I'm A Diva Baby," and Miley Cyrus, Sam Smith, and P!nk's latest hits are included with Dirty Disco and Zambianco doing remix honors. While Party Favorz maintains a big tribal house sound throughout the set, plenty of progressive sounds and Tea Dance tracks are Tea Dance tracks included to mix things up. Finally, Party Favorz asks for your support to sustain our current level of growth. Though streaming and downloading are not dependent on your donation, we greatly appreciate any contributions to support our efforts to bring you the latest from the world of dance. You can donate here: https://partyfavorz.com/donate. I'll be back next week with a fresh new Disco House set. Until then...ENJOY! Album: Spring Edition 2023 Genre: Circuit, Tribal, Progressive House Year: 2023 Total Time: 03:11:24 1. Mor Avrahami & Ran Ziv feat. Ilor Bar - What A Feeling (Intro Mix) 2. Sagi Kariv & Micky Friedmann feat. Jennifer Takoh - Where Are You (Original Mix) 3. Yerko Molina - Higher (Original Mix) 4. J.Velarde, Luque & Vitti feat. Giovanna - Sundays At Heaven (Ivan Gomez & Nacho Chapado Remix) 5. Masters At Work - Work it (Zambianco 2023 Mix) 6. DJ Ed Wood feat. MarQ Youngblood & A Raynell - Shake The Room feat. MarQ Youngblood (Original Mix) 7. Öwnboss - Move Your Body (Fontez Salto 15 Agulha Mix) 8. Debby Holiday & Brett Oosterhaus feat. Chris Pierce - Love & Beats (Dirty Disco Mainroom Remix) 9. Madonna - Back That Up To The Beat (Jackinsky Remix) 10. Nick Harvey - Work It Out (Original Mix) 11. Pussycat Dolls - Don't Cha (Victor Cabral 'Saxo Celebration' Remix) 12. Paskal Daze - It's Over (Original Mix) 13. P!nk - Trustfall (Zambianco Remix) 14. Whitney Houston - Don't Cry For Me (Jace M & Toy Armada Remix) 15. Tony Moran, Guy Scheiman & Suzanne Palmer - Praise Up (Alex Ramos 2023 Remix) 16. Offer Nissim - UNDERGROUND (Original Mix) 17. Russ Rich & Debby Holiday - I Can't Stand The Rain (Dirty Disco & Matt Consola Mainroom Remix) 18. Anastacia - I'm Outta Love (Tommy MC Remix) 19. ABBA - The Winner Takes It All (Edson Pride Remix) 20. Esteban Lopez & Binomio feat. Soraya - Don't Go (Yerko Molina Remix) 21. Nicki Minaj feat. Rihanna - Fly 2k23 (Eduardo Brava BOMB! Mash) 22. Nick Harvey - It's Ovah! (Main Mix) 23. Scotty Boy & David Delano - I Want You (Original Mix) 24. Rihanna - Only Girl In The World 2k23 (HenriqMoraes Mix) 25. Tiësto & Mabel - God Is A Dancer (Michael Benayon Remix) 26. Carol Jiani - I'm A Diva Baby (Sanny X Club Mix) 27. Sam Smith - I'm Not Here To Make Friends (Dirty Disco Mainroom Remix) 28.
Spring Break 2023 | The Ultimate Spring Break Dance Party Mix!
Due to the length of time Party Favorz was out of service, the annual Winter Edition and Dance Club episodes have been canceled. Instead, we're starting with our Spring Offerings. Granted, there isn't any difference between the two seasons as far as what we offer in dance music, so doesn't matter other than we'll be about four episodes short for the year. That being said, Spring Break 2023 represents just over two months of releases. Considering that nothing was dropped from this set, releases haven't been all that stealthy — a pattern I discussed in Top Dance Songs of the Year 2022 Volume 2. That doesn't mean there aren't stellar releases because there are but the trend appears to be major recording artists allowing DJs to remix their releases without having to commission them. The elephant in the room is the massive "Flowers" by Miley Cyrus and even P!nk's latest "Trustfall". Neither of these releases was accompanied by official remixes but there is a boatload of bootlegs. Frankly, that saves the labels on marketing costs while extending these fabulous ladies' brands. The same appears to be happening with Sam Smith's latest "I'm Not Here To Make Friends". No worries though, because Party Favorz has these artists covered. There are some big releases included in this set but a couple of standouts a worth mentioning. Sofi Tukker along with veteran DJs Kx5 (Kaskade and Deadmau5) have dropped the peak hour bomb "Sacrifice" that's rightfully blowing up everywhere. The other track blowing up right now is "Work With My Love" by Alok & James Arthur. The familiar sample the song uses is from "Lola's Theme" by The Shapeshifters. For this set, we went with the equally stellar club version of the song, which adds even more muscle to the original. Honorable mention goes to one of last year's Top Dance Songs "Turn On the Lights (Again)" by Fred Again.. & Swedish House Mafia and featuring Future. The Anyma version pumps up the original breakbeat version, which is perfect for clubs and festivals alike. I would like to discuss possibly putting a moratorium on sampling and remakes of certain classics. I've often discussed that "Love Sensation" by Loleatta Holloway is the most sampled song in music history. Granted, I don't have any statistics to back that up rather enough real-world experience to have come across it more times than I care to. Still, it samples one of our favorite divas and so, she gets a pass. Besides, the song is chock-full of sample-worthy bits that the temptation to flip it is too much. Instead, I'm talking about these oft-recycled songs: 1) "Sweet Dreams" by Eurythmics — please, just stop with the remakes and the mashups. It was once fun but now, you've ruined a classic song from the 80s. 2) "Crazy In Love" by Beyonce - I have better bootlegs of this song than the plethora of recent remixes (and there's a lot). Just stop. You're embarrassing yourself. 3) "Children" by Robert Miles — What was once a classic Trance song has now been stripped of its original eloquence. Even the version back in the day with Hilary Clinton reading from her book "It Takes a Village" was abysmal. We get it, you love this song but it doesn't belong in yours. Please, just let this man rest in peace without destroying his legacy for a club hit. 4) "Low" by Flo Rida — I get it, this frat boy song is fun at just about any event and mixes well in a big room environment but we're sitting on about 10 versions that all sound virtually the same. Yes, I included the latest remix in this set because it's too fly for this white guy but seriously, give it a rest already. There's gotta be another song that will fill this slot before we get tired of it. Finally, 5) "Better Off Alone" by Alice Deejay — this was my jam back in 1999 but mainly because Pete and I broke it off. It's one of those crying on-the-dancefloor songs that are built around the bubbly Ibiza sound which was all the rage at the time but at this point,
K.D. Lang | The Diva Series | Updated
The original release of Ms. Lang's induction contained an edit of "Constant Craving". Party Favorz expressed our disappointment that there were no viable remixes of this great song at that time. Shortly afterward, the fabulous Tracy Young was commissioned to create an official remix for her biggest hit. This episode has been updated from the original with Tracy's excellent remix. K.D. Lang is Canadian pop and country singer known for hits such as "Constant Craving" and "Miss Chatelaine" from her Grammy award-winning and multi-platinum album "Ingénue ." She came on my radar in 1989 riding high on the "cowpunk" trend of the late 80s that included BoDeans and Lone Justice. For me, that label wasn't fitting for her style as she was a classic country crooner. But, like Maria McKee of Lone Star fame — there was something unique about her and lordy that voice. While already receiving praise for her first two albums "Shadowland" and "A Truly Western Experience," and "Angel with a Lariat" (the latter two with the Reclines), it was her album (also with the Reclines) "Absolute Torch and Twang," that blew me away. The comparisons between K.D. Lang and Patsy Cline were well deserved and "Pullin' Back the Reins" remains one of my all-time favorites. By 1992, she moved in a more pop-centric direction that still retained elements of her folk roots and released "Ingénue." This album and the lead single "Constant Craving" brought her not only acclaim but the worldwide recognition she rightfully deserved. Her performance of the Leonard Cohen classic "Hallelujah" at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Colombia is only bested by Whitney Houston's "Star Spangled Banner" in live event vocal performances. Her rendition was not only stirring but heartfelt, which mesmerized me at the same time. If there ever was any doubt about this woman's talent — this performance was proof of the contrary. It wasn't until a year later that Abigail covered "Constant Craving" and made the song an underground Eurodance hit. Her label subsequently commissioned remixes for several of her new releases going forward. You know how us gay folk operate. If we latch onto someone — we're gonna remix it and put it on the dancefloor. K.D. Lang's induction into the Diva Hall of Fame represents all the singles that were remixed by her label in various iterations (save "Constant Craving," which is an edit of the original). It is with great pleasure to include one of our own in the Diva Hall of Fame as Miss K.D. Lang takes her rightful place among the many talented women that have filled up this ever-expanding series. I don't know how K.D. feels about her music being remixed but we adore this woman and it's our way of showing our gratitude for sharing her talent with the rest of the world. I cannot think of a better person to represent the LGBTQ+ community. We love you. Album: K.D. Lang | The Diva Series Genre: House Music, Circuit Tribal House Year: 2020 Total Time: 01:28:32 1. Constant Craving (Tracy Young Fashionably Late Remix) 2. Miss Chatelaine (St. Tropez Mix) 3. Lifted By Love (Elevate Your Love Mix) 4. If I Were You (Junior Vasquez Main Mix) 5. The Consequences Of Falling (Love To Infinity Classic Paradise Mix) 6. Sexuality (Angel Moraes Main Mix) 7. Summerfling (Wamdue's Summer Bliss Extended Mix) 8. Theme From "The Valley Of The Dolls" (Junior's Arena Anthem) 9. Summerfling (Victor Calderone's Extended Vocal Mix) 10. If I Were You (Junior's X-Beat Mix) 11. The Consequences Of Falling (Peter Rauhofer Club Mix) 12. No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) (Classic Club Mix) [with Andy Bell] 13. Just Keep Me Moving (Movin' Mix) 14. Sexuality (Teri Bristol Vocal House Mix)
Blow Your Own Horn 2023 — The Ultimate New Year Dance Party Mix!
Well, folks, after climbing out of the pandemic only to be hit by high inflation with rising costs in gas, food, and housing, you name it — I'd say 2022 has been an uneven year at best. Our household capped the year off with flooding of our unit from the 4th floor down. It reeks to high heaven of mildew in here and the complex is moving us into a hotel later today because our home is in complete disrepair. We managed to save our furniture and my workstation but the smell is so bad it's messing with my sinuses and I need to leave before my right eye starts bulging out of the socket. I have previous experience in this area and mold and mildew are not something you want to mess around with. While the Blow Your Own Horn series is typically meant to be created as a giant end-of-year celebration that's created in one sitting to give it a live feel — I had to piece this together over a few days just to finish it. I haven't had a chance to preview most of it yet so, fingers crossed. I want to thank every one of you that has stuck with Party Favorz through thick and thin. The future of my baby is still up in the air and those decisions will be finalized by the spring. Until then, I hope everyone has a fabulous New Year. Stay safe, party hard, and play this mother fucker LOUD! ENJOY!!! Album: Blow Your Own Horn 2023 Genre: EDM, Tech House, Future House, Big Room Year: 2022 Total Time: 02:55:59 1. Pitbull feat. Anthony Watts & DJWS - I Feel Good (R3hab New Years Remix) 2. Block & Crown x Lissat - Her Name Is Billie Jean (Original Mix) 3. Sharam Jey - Move Out (Original Mix) 4. Rihanna vs. Jake Tarry - What's My Name (Pat C's 'The Music' Edit) 5. Danzel - Pump It Up Zombie Nation (SOUNDCHECK Mash Up) 6. Oliver Heldens feat. Nile Rodgers & House Gospel Choir - I Was Made For Lovin' You (James Hype Extended Remix) 7. Punjabi MC vs. Will K - Mundian to Bach Ke (Pat C's 'The Way' Bootleg) 8. Sam Smith & Kim Petras - Unholy (LUSSO Remix) 9. Journey x Avicii x PBH & Jack - Don't Stop Believin (Cream 'Levels' 2022 Edit) 10. Tiesto x Black Eyed Peas - Pump It Louder (Extended Mix) 11. Afrojack & Steve Aoki feat. Miss Palmer - No Beef (Steve Aokis 11 Years Later Remix Clean Extended) 12. Queen - We Will Rock You (Division 4 Remix) 13. Marten Horger & BIJOU - I Know (Extended Mix) 14. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Ray Dalton - Can't Hold Us (Angelo The Kid x Vandal On Da Track Remix) 15. Tiesto & Ava Max x Endor - Pump The Motto Up (Rudeejay & Da Brozz Mashup) 16. Imanbek & BYOR - Belly Dancer (LUM!X Remix) 17. Pussy Cat Dolls - Buttons (Gallardo Remix) 18. Ownboss & SEVEK vs. Kesha - Move Your Tik Tok (Luke DB Mash Up Mix) 19. James Hype vs. Reel 2 Real vs. NOME - Ferrari vs. I Like To Move It (J-Kerz Mashup) 20. Saucy Santana feat. Latto - Booty (Dirty Disco Mainroom Remix) 21. Case Ace vs. Gin & Sonic - Freaky Drugs in Amsterdam (Case Ace vs. Gin & Sonic Bootleg) 22. ACRAZE feat. Cherish - Do It To It (Joe Maz Remix) 23. Tiesto & Charli XCX - Hot In It (Tiesto's Hotter Mix) 24. Tiesto & Ava Max - The Motto (Tiesto VIP Mix) 25. Robin Schulz & Dennis Lloyd - Young Right Now (Roberto Ferrari Club Mix) 26. Jax Jones feat. MNEK - Where Did You Go (A1 x J1 Remix) 27. Jack Harlow x Fergie x Alok - First Class Glamorous (Netgate House Edit) 28. Yeah Yeah Yeahs vs. Eminem - Heads Will Roll x Without Me (Adam b Edit) 29. Beyoncé - Break My Soul (Dirty Disco Mainroom Remix) 30. Timbaland feat. Nelly Furtado vs. Diplo & Sidepiece - Give It To Me x On My Mind (Adam b Edit) 31. Punjabi MC vs. Will K - Mundian to Bach Ke (Pat C's 'The Way' Bootleg) 32. Hiisak, Leandro Da Silva & NIINE - Move Ya Body (Extended Mix) 33. Nathan Dawe feat. Ella Henderson - 21 Reasons (LUSSO Remix) 34. Kungs - Clap Your Hands (Robin Schulz Remix) 35. Gayle - abcdefu (Finlay C Remix) 36. Lizzo - About Damn Time (Gin & Sonics Tech House Remix) 37. Tiesto feat.
Top Dance Songs Of 2022 Volume 2
Party Favorz is back with Volume 2 of the Top Dance Songs of 2022. I'm going to be honest about this year's entries for Top Dance Songs. 2022 has been less than a stellar year for club music. It's not that there weren't any great songs this year because there were but new releases appear to be dominated by a handful of artists who put their signature on their productions (remixes), which all have a familiar style that's becoming stale. Without naming names, much of it is dark, rather depressing in a seedy kinda way, and frankly... tired. New releases have been few in between and those BIG hits have been even further apart. By the end of every year, it's not untypical for there to be at minimum three massive breakout hits that carry over well into spring the following year. I'm telling you now, they don't exist. Even the resurgence of NuDisco has gotten tired. You can only get away with the same plodding beats set to different lyrics over and over before people get bored. Disco was so much more than this singular style and what's out there now doesn't come close to representing the genre. Much of the juice and originality (even if sampling an older song) isn't there. Is 2023 going to be the year that new music by Madonna, Janet Jackson, and Rihanna accompanied by tours resurrects a stale industry? Their tours definitely will but it's hard to say what these leading ladies will be able to accomplish on the dance floor. I've been screaming for Madonna to revisit her early output with a modern twist but from the looks of it — she isn't taking my advice. If she did, she could have that elusive middle-aged global #1 hit that brought Cher back from the grave in 1998 but hey, what do I know? Hopefully, she'll surprise us. Then there's Rihanna who delivered the theme song for Wakanda Forever, which was her Beyonce Lion King delivery (forgettable). She's performing at the Super Bowl Half Time this year which can only mean new music. Hopefully nothing like "Lift Me Up" on her forthcoming album. As far as Janet is concerned, most of the buzz is around her tour. She did say that new music is on the way and I'd like to be pleasantly surprised but sadly doubtful. 2023 has been a big year for Latino music. Whether it's from the Caribbean, South, or North America — there's an abundance of artists that are breaking barriers and having major crossover success. This wave is even bigger than 1999 - 2001 when Ricky Martin, Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, and Shakira shattered records and airplay with massive hits. The difference is that most of them are doing this while still singing in their native language which is another major milestone. Most of these songs are natural fits for remixes from Big Room to House Music. Party Favorz is looking forward to hearing more from these artists assuming they can keep up with major label demands and stay fresh. With everything in my life having gone to shit for the past couple of months — maybe it's forcing me to look through a cynical lens as 2022 comes to an end but I've been skittish all year long so I don't think so. Even the year got off to a slow start with our first releases dropping in February because there was a shortage of new quality dance music. Thankfully, I've got the next round of Millennial Dance Classics to fill in the inevitable gap while we wait for new releases. Sorry if I come across as a Debbie Downer but from my vantage point — the pandemic has really fucked over the entire dance music industry. Maybe it's for the better and newer DJs and artists will find their voice and style while bringing us something new and fresh that doesn't follow the same old trends or rely heavily on old songs to generate a new hit. Only time will tell. All I can say is that the big and independent labels need to stop peddling regurgitated crap because the audience is smarter than you think. If you're one of the handful of fortunate DJs or producers that hit it big in the past cou...
Top Dance Songs Of 2022 Volume 1
Since 2020, Billboard has eliminated its coveted Top Dance Club Songs chart and its Top Dance Electronic Dance Songs chart has dwindled into a state of irrelevance as the reporting methods used for rankings are rigged in favor of full album releases giving preference to full albums as opposed to individual songs. Another chart regularly visited was MusicVF whose charts for the U.S. and the U.K. were of significant importance has dropped their Top Dance Songs of the Year chart. This has left a void where Spotify or even to a lesser extent — Beatport would pick up the fragments but they too have abandoned their year-end charts with Beatport favoring editorial lists and Spotify leaving it up to amateur accounts to create their own, which leaves a lot to be desired. Individual YouTube accounts have posted consolidated mixes of the biggest dance songs of the year but once again — they're subjective and generally rush the songs to get them squeezed into a single mix. Most of this shift is due to the pandemic and various smaller clubs and venues closed for 2 years and didn't have the cash flow to pay rent or re-open once the economy improved. That and music festivals were canceled (unless you live in a dumbass state like Florida where they pander to the least informed of their population). All of these factors had a ripple effect throughout the music industry hitting dance music the hardest. For the past 15 years, Party Favorz has been offering the most comprehensive picture of the biggest dance songs of any given year that date back to 1999. We've also compiled "ultimate" collections of various decades that dig deeper than year-end charts for those dance gems that were underground hits and never charted or had a low position on the charts despite an overwhelming fan base. Our year-end offerings also contain bootleg remixes of popular songs that were never intended for the dance floor but were so big at radio or streaming that a series of fanmade remixes would appear and gain traction in clubs. Long gone are the days when most record labels felt the need to pay professional DJs to remix their artist's pop releases allowing bedroom DJs and up-and-coming DJs/producers/remixers to do the work for them. You can't put a price on that type of publicity and it's all for free. Then there are the independent releases and partnerships with professional remix outlets like Tiesto and top artists to create dance hits. Even David Guetta has supplanted Dave Aude and remained relevant as more artists seek his expertise in crafting dance hits that crossover to radio and streaming with full support from their major labels. Rest assured, Party Favorz is the defacto source for your club adventures by capturing the highest moments in dance music throughout 2022. I dare say, you won't find anything near as comprehensive and on the mark as our year-end Top Dance Songs series. Call us arrogant, but we spend countless hours going through all the past year's releases and matching them up with views, streams, ranking, and overall popularity from various sources to create this series. Comparing them to the sets we released throughout the year — we're pretty consistent in picking the hits. There are three songs we missed this year (included here), but that was only because we generally don't use electronic dance music (which can be anything except dance floor ready) unless there are accompanying remixes for the song, which usually doesn't happen until they've exploded in popularity. Sometimes those remixes don't show up until later and by the time they do — we've moved on. So, we're not claiming perfection in our choices but we're as close to accurate as you're likely to get. For the moment, these are your top dance songs of 2022 (or at least half of them). Volume 2 will be dropping by mid-week. Until then...ENJOY! Album: Top Dance Songs of the Year 2022 Genre: House Music, Tech House, Future House, Progressive House, NuDisco Year: 2022
Holiday Edition 2022 — Get Filthy with the Biggest Circuit Anthems of the Season!
The mismatched beats between "Work" by Hugo Sanchez and "Gurl" by Alex Ramos & Alan T have been fixed. Party Favorz is racing toward the end of the year to ensure we meet all of our obligations. Consequently, the 2022 Holiday Edition is dropping earlier than promised. I'm certain that won't be an issue for anyone so I'll just leave it here. We'll start our Top Dance Songs of the Year shortly. Until then...ENJOY! Album: Holiday Edition 2022 Genre: Circuit, Tribal, Progressive House Year: 2022 Total Time: 03:19:18 1. Filipe Guerra & D'Layna - We Got the Power (Intro Mix) 2. Beyoncé - Cuff It (Guy Scheiman Remix) 3. Bent Collective feat. Nina Flowers - Arriba Maricones (Steven Redant Big Mix) 4. Siege - Waiting (Nick Harvey Extended Mix) 5. Todrick Hall - Pre Madonna (Alan Capetillo Remix) 6. Russ Rich & Debby Holiday - I Can't Stand The Rain (Stephen Jusko Club Mix) 7. Lizzo - About Damn Time (Nick Harvey Remix) 8. Klaas × Matthew Tasa - Take on Me (Dirty Disco Pure Love House Remix) 9. France Joli - Let Me Love You (Dirty Disco & Matt Consola Pure Love House Remix) 10. Nacho Chapado & Ivan Gomez - U Wanna Get Up (Original Mix) 11. David Guetta & Sia - Titanium 2k23 (HenriqMoraes Mix) 12. Dave Matthias - Stay With Me Tonight (Elof de Neve VIP Festival Remix) 13. Edson Pride & Junior Senna - Good Vibrations (Original Mix) 14. Sam Smith & Kim Petras - Unholy (Nick Stracener Remix) 15. Bouvier & Barona feat. Tony Moran - Ordinary World (Tony Moran & Erick Ibiza Vocal Mix) 16. Kelly Clarkson - Catch My Breath (Jace M & Toy Armada Remix) 17. Lisette Melendez - Hot Shot (Tony Moran & Mike Lorello's Bomba Mix) 18. Jaguar Grace - Destination Unknown (Dirty Disco Mainroom Remix) 19. Taylor Swift - Anti-Hero (Dirty Disco Mainroom Remix) 20. Years & Years - 100% Pure Love (Dirty Disco Pure Love House Remix) 21. Kristine W - Can't Look Back (Tony Moran & Erick Ibiza Drama Club) 22. Pink vs. Guy Scheiman & Rafael Barretto - U + Ur Odyssey (Dom de Sousa Mash) 23. Offer Nissim - I Want Muscles (Original Mix) 24. Eliza Rose - B.O.T.A. (Baddest Of Them All) (Jace M & Toy Armada Remix) 25. Andrea Casta - Horizon, Rise Up (Extended Violin Mashup) 26. GSP & Brett Oosterhaus feat. Audrey Callahan - My Heart Is Refusing Me (Dirty Disco & Matt Consola Mainroom Remix) 27. Davis Reimberg & Dani Brasil feat. Samille Joker - Illusions On A Dance Floor (Ultimate Mix) 28. Erasure - Always (Yerko Molina Private Mix) 29. Nacho Chapado & Antoine Clamaran - Let You Down (Original Mix) 30. David Guetta & Bebe Rexha - I'm Good (Blue) (Taylor Cruz Remix) 31. J.Velarde & Luque & Vitti feat. Giovanna - Sundays At Heaven (Dan Slater Remix) 32. Jr Loppez & Junior Senna feat. Joe Welch - Live (Edson Pride & Diego Santander Remix) 33. Madonna - Die Another Day (Leanh 2k22 Mix) 34. Hugo Sanchez - Work (Superdrums Mix) 35. Alex Ramos feat. Alan T - Gurl (Original Mix) 36. Meduza & Vintage Culture - Under Pressure (Hector Fonseca Thiago Dukky Remix) 37. Guy Scheiman - Don't Leave Me All Alone (Club Mix) 38. The Shamanic feat. Suzanne Palmer - Gone (Ralphi Rosario Dub)
Jingle Electric 2022 — Top Dance Songs of the Season!
Party Favorz is back with our annual Jingle Electric and this set is one smoking hot set ready to burn down the house! 2022 has been a transitional year for dance music with a lot of variety in styles making their way onto many playlists. Granted, that variance pulls from a variety of throwback sounds from the 80s and the 90s but to newbies — it's all fresh. There does seem to be a darker element that's been trending lately as opposed to the sunnier NuDisco tracks that got us through the pandemic. Still, I see a major shift coming soon which I'll get more into in the upcoming Top Dance Songs of the Year. Since October, I've been pulled in different directions from a seemingly endless list of outside mini-emergencies that have drained me physically and mentally. I'm surprised I've been able to get any work done but somehow, I manage. I want to apologize to anyone I was late responding to in our support section. It appears all issues have been resolved. I also want to apologize to Taylor Swift for the brain-scattered write-up I created for her induction. I've gone back and cleaned up my writing. That's what happens when I'm too tired to even proofread my work. After re-reading it yesterday, I was facepalming myself out of sheer embarrassment. In other news, I've already compiled the track list for the upcoming Holiday Edition, which features the latest big room tribal house tracks. You can expect that to drop next weekend. Afterward, we'll be dropping the annual Top Dance Songs of the Year featuring the year's biggest dance and club tunes along with our final sendoff of 2021 Blow Your Own Horn to help you bring in the New Year. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album: Jingle Electric 2022 Genre: House Music, Tech House, Future House, Progressive House, NuDisco Year: 2022 Total Time: 03:36:51 1. Gorillaz feat. Tame Impala & Bootie Brown - New Gold (Dom Dolla Extended Remix 2. DJ Snake - Nightbird (DJ Snake Club Mix) 3. Drake & 21 Savage - Rich Flex (Greg Lopez Dirty Remix) 4. Sunday Scaries x PiCKUPLiNES - Chill Like That (Extended Mix) 5. Gryffin & Tinashe - Scandalous (Roberto Ferrari Club Remix) 6. Dom Dolla x TAZI x Galantis - Miracle Maker Runaway (YuB & Keys & Fraxz & Cants Mash-Edit) 7. Anton Powers, James Hurr & Tasty Lopez - That's It (Extended Mix) 8. Fatboy Slim vs. CamelPhat - Right Here x Stop Trippin' (Sam Collins Mashup) 9. Chapter & Verse - Beat Goes On (Extended Mix) 10. Romy feat. Fred Again.. - Strong (Club Edit) 11. The Blessed Madonna - Serotonin Moonbeams (Original Mix) 12. Schak & Kim English - Moving All Around (Jumpin') (Original Mix) 13. Alex Metric, DJ Tennis & Carlita - Cinecitta (Original Version) 14. Qubiko - Over U (Extended Mix) 15. Kryder feat. Sarah de Warren - Lights Out (Extended Mix) 16. Sam Smith & Kim Petras - Unholy (Disclosure Extended Mix) 17. Benson - How I Like It (Extended Mix) 18. Tommy MC - Turn Me (Extended Mix) 19. Loud Luxury & Hook N Sling - Afterparty (Extended Mix) 20. George Smeddles - Festival Track (Original Mix) 21. Kaskade & deadmau5 feat. James French - Avalanche (Extended Mix) 22. Sinner & James x Anderblast - Misser (Extended Mix) 23. Major Lazer - Watch Out For This (Rogerson Remix) 24. Nicky Romero & Third Party - For The People (Extended Mix) 25. Fred Again.. - Delilah (pull me out of this) (DJ Intro Dirty) 26. Channel Tres - 6am (Original Mix) 27. Tiesto feat. Tate McRae - 1035 (DJ Dark Extended Remix) 28. Leftwing Kody & Goodboys - Only You (Extended Mix) 29. Meduza & James Carter feat. Elley Duhe & Fast Boy - Bad Memories (David Guetta Extended Remix) 30. Martin Ikin & Joshwa - Take Me (Extended Mix) 31. Sonique - It Feels So Good (NIGHT MOVES Extended Mix) 32. Wuki - Edge Of Seventeen (Extended Mix) 33. Alok, Sigala & Ellie Goulding - All By Myself (Extended Club Mix) 34. Chris Lake feat. Aatig - In The Yuma (Extended Mix) 35.
Club Taylor Volume II | The Diva Series
Welcome to the Diva Series, where we celebrate the extraordinary talents of artists who have left an indelible mark on the music industry. Today, we proudly honor Taylor Swift, one of the greatest songwriters of all time and the iconic voice of the millennial generation. With over 200 million records sold worldwide, Taylor's achievements transcend mere statistics and redefine the power and influence of women in a male-dominated industry. In our prestigious Diva Hall of Fame, Taylor Swift joins the ranks of legendary artists like Beyoncé, Rihanna, Selena Gomez, and Madonna, all of whom possess exceptional gifts and business acumen. However, Taylor's ascent to superstardom has been unprecedented, starting her career at the tender age of 14 when she bravely moved to Nashville to pursue her dreams. What sets Taylor apart is her ability to navigate the shifting landscape of the music industry, bridging the gap between the CD era and the streaming revolution. Despite the complexities of the Billboard charts' convoluted ranking system, Taylor continues to dominate, consistently topping the charts. This accomplishment is no small feat, considering the flaws in the methodology and the ease with which it can be manipulated. Just like the remarkable women mentioned earlier, Taylor Swift has amassed an enormous and devoted following within the LGBTQ+ community, particularly among gay men. This comes as no surprise, as we have always been drawn to strong, empowered women. Whether she sings about heartbreak, love, or loss, Taylor's music resonates deeply with us. For those unfamiliar with the Diva Hall of Fame, it is a sacred space that pays tribute to women who have made significant contributions to the very essence of our existence as gay men—the dance floor. Over the years, Taylor's biggest hits have received official remixes, but it is her recent re-recording of her back catalog that showcases her commitment to exploring new sonic territories after regaining control of her master rights from her former manager at Big Machine Records. The first volume of Taylor Swift's induction into our Hall of Fame predominantly features these incredible remixes, along with previously released official remixes that specifically cater to her LGBTQ+ fanbase. The second volume goes beyond official releases, presenting a collection of outstanding bootleg remixes that demonstrate how effortlessly Taylor's music translates into diverse genres such as Dubstep, EDM, Trap, Future House, House, and NuDisco. It seems as though her songs were destined to become anthems for festivals, regardless of their original intentions. At Party Favorz, it is our utmost pleasure to acknowledge and celebrate the talent and artistry of the extraordinary Taylor Swift as we finally induct her into the exclusive Diva Hall of Fame. We apologize for the delay, but rest assured, the wait has been well worth it. So sit back, relax, and immerse yourself in the brilliance of Taylor Swift. Album: Club Taylor Volume II Genre: EDM, Dubstep, Trap, Future House, House, NuDisco Year: 2022 Total Time: 02:09:56 I Don't Wanna Live Forever (Cosmic Dawn Club Mix) [with Zayn Malik] Out Of The Woods (Cosmic Dawn Club Mix) Willow (Liam Pfeifer Remix) Mine (Jerry Kay 'Never Change' x 'The Best' Edit) Look What You Made Me Do (Alphalove Remix) All Too Well (Andrew Marks Breathe Again Edit) [Taylor Swift vs. Blasterjaxx & Blackcode] Shake It Off (Jad Desenchanntee vs. Dave Audé Remix Extended) Love Story vs. Feel My Love (Gin and Sonic Mashup) [Taylor Swift x Lucas & Steve x DubVision x Joe Taylor] Taylor Swift feat. Brendon Urie - Me! (Division 4 Remix) Bad Blood (DJ Scooter Remix) Message In A Bottle (Fat Max G Remix) Both Of Us (It's The DJ Kue Remix!) [with B.O.B] Welcome to New York (Babokon Remix) Eyes Open (Nevins Tempo Mix DJ Intro) 22 vs. Ride With Me (Gin & Sonic Mashup) Bejeweled (Kue Extended Remix)
Club Taylor Volume I — The Diva Series [Expanded]
Welcome to Party Favorz, where we celebrate the remarkable talent and artistry of Taylor Swift. As one of the world's greatest all-time songwriters, she has solidified her place in the music industry and the hearts of the millennial generation. With over 200 million records sold worldwide, Taylor Swift's achievements speak volumes, and her contributions extend far beyond mere statistics. In an industry traditionally dominated by men, she has not only persevered but also emerged as a powerful force, calling the shots and setting new standards. In our exclusive Diva Hall of Fame, which recognizes women who have left an indelible mark on the dance floor, Taylor Swift joins the ranks of other iconic artists such as Beyoncé, Rihanna, Selena Gomez, and Madonna. However, what sets her apart is the remarkable speed at which she has risen to prominence. A prodigy from a young age, Taylor moved to Nashville at just 14 years old to pursue her career, and her success has been nothing short of meteoric. Taylor Swift is a rare artist who has successfully bridged the gap between the CD era and the streaming era, effortlessly adapting to new technologies while consistently dominating the Billboard charts. Despite the flaws and manipulations of the current ranking system, Taylor Swift's ability to reign supreme is a testament to her artistry and unwavering popularity. Notably, Taylor Swift has cultivated a massive and devoted following within the LGBTQ+ community, much like the esteemed divas mentioned earlier. This comes as no surprise, as gay men have always been drawn to strong, empowering women. Taylor's songs, with their themes of loss, love, and heartache, resonate deeply with us. Our Diva Hall of Fame induction ceremony for Taylor Swift encompasses two volumes. Volume I focuses on her remarkable remix releases, including official remixes and those specifically tailored to her gay fans. In Volume II, we showcase the incredible versatility of her music through exceptional bootleg remixes, highlighting how seamlessly her songs translate into genres such as Dubstep, EDM, Trap, Future House, House, and NuDisco. It's as if her music was destined to become festival anthems, even if that wasn't the original intention. We take immense pleasure in recognizing the undeniable talent of Taylor Swift and officially inducting her into the Diva Hall of Fame. While the wait may have been long overdue, we assure you that it was worth every moment. Get ready to immerse yourself in the brilliance of Taylor Swift's remixes and enjoy a truly remarkable musical journey. Album: Club Taylor Volume I Genre: House, Tribal, Progressive House Year: 2022 Total Time: 02:13:42 1. Wildest Dreams (Dirty Disco Mainroom Remix) 2. You Belong With Me (Chris Thomas Club Mix) 3. Shake It Off (Barry Harris Extended Tribal House Remix) 4. I Knew You Were Trouble (Dirty Disco Mainroom Remix) 5. The Man (Guy Scheiman Remix) 6. Fearless (Dirty Disco Mainroom Remix) 7. Cardigan (Alex Simmons Remix) 8. The Archer (Russ Rich & Andy Allder Combat Club Remix) 9. Message In A Bottle (Dirty Disco Pure Love House Remix) 10. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together (Dirty Disco Mainroom Remix) 11. Out Of The Woods (Toy Armada & DJ Grind Anthem Mix) 12. Me! (Dirty Disco Eagle Houston Remix) [feat. Brendon Urie] 13. Bejeweled (Dario Xavier Club Remix) 14. You Need To Calm Down (Dirty Disco Mainroom Remix) 15. Don't Blame Me (Russ Rich & Leo Frappier Bangin Afterhours Mix) 16. Love Story (Dirty Disco Mainroom Remix) 17. Look What You Made Me Do (David Michael Club Mix) 18. Zayn Malik & Taylor Swift - I Don't Wanna Live Forever (Barry Harris Remix) 19. This Is Me Trying (Dirty Disco Eagle Houston Remix) 20. Bad Blood (DJ Amice Remix) [feat. Kendrick Lamar] 21. Style (Barry Harris Club Mix) 22. This Love (Russ Rich & Andy Allder Remix) 23. Anti-Hero (Dirty Disco Mainroom Remix)