Julian Jordan [6.21.2013]


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Rumor PRESENTS…. JULIAN JORDAN

Tix: http://www.wantickets.com/Events/128632/Julian-Jordan-w-John-G-and-Elvis-Suarez-6-21-2013/

A 17 year old producer from The Netherlands ready to take over the dance floors all around the world.
with his rough beats and big progressive tunes, is he more than ready for a big future.
His tracks are already supported by names like: Sander Van Doorn, Gareth Emery, Nicky Romero, Sandro Silva, Oliver Twizt and more!
World watch out for this young talent!

JOHN G

ELVIS SUAREZ

Rumor:

1500 Sansom street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

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Gabriel & Dresden [6.7.2013]


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Rumor Presents… GABRIEL & DRESDEN

Tickets: http://www.wantickets.com/Events/127909/Gabriel-Dresden-6-7-2013/

For electronic dance music fanatics, the year 2011 marks a new musical promise. After three years of work apart, the critically acclaimed and multiple award winning duo of Josh Gabriel and Dave Dresden are back together with a new energy and spirit.

In 2001, Josh and Dave joined forces under the now legendary Gabriel & Dresden moniker. Within their 6 years of collaboration, Gabriel & Dresden scored 19 number 1 Billboard Hot Dance/Club Play remixes and tracks, made three DJ-mixed compilation albums, an artist album and won seven International Dance Music Awards. Their tracks ‘Arcadia’, ‘Dangerous Power’, ‘Let Go’, ‘Tracking Treasure Down’ Andain “Beautiful Things” and numerous other masterpieces have turned into some of EDM’s biggest classics. ‘As The Rush Comes’, by their Motorcycle alias with Jes Brieden, they won the IDMA award for ‘Best Progressive Trance Track’ as well as peaking at #11 on the official UK top40 charts. The G&D treatment, through remixes and interpretations, was given to tracks by The Killers, Annie Lenox, Sarah McLachlan, Dido, Tiësto, Paul Oakenfold and Way Out West, making their sound cross borders from trance and progressive with pop, indie and soul sensibilities.

In 2008 After 6+ years of hits and and awards, both guys felt it was time for something new and took a break from Gabriel & Dresden to focus on their individual careers. Inspiration came flowing with the new tide. After the split, Josh Gabriel set up his own label, ‘Different Pieces’ and focused on his Winter Kills and Andain projects. On his album ‘Eight’, Josh intertwined techno and house into pieces of pure electronic bliss. In the meantime, Dave Dresden took charge of the dancefloor with his Dresden & Johnston project and spawned a US radio hit in the song ‘Keep Faith’ and “That Day” (with Nadia Ali on lead vocals), as well as remixes for the likes of Owl City, Nadia Ali, BT and The Crystal Method. But you simply can’t stop musical synergy.

As 2010 came to an end, Gabriel and Dresden decided to go back to their roots and reunite at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles for New Year’s Eve 2011. Their return behind the decks showed that after two and a half years apart, nothing really changed. Gabriel & Dresden’s comeback marks one of the most notable moments in EDM this year, finally answering the call of millions of dance lovers. With gigs at some of the world’s biggest festivals, clubs and events planned and a new compilation in the making, Gabriel & Dresden are all set to do what they love most: celebrate music. And we’re all invited.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/gabrielndresden
Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/davedresden

JOHN G

ELVIS SUAREZ

Rumor:

1500 Sansom street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

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Unfortunately: Daft Punk’s ‘Random Access Memories’ has leaked!


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It started with 15 second clips. From a shortened radio edit of “Get Lucky” to listening party phone recordings, we remained unsatisfied and impatient. After rubbernecking at every “leak” like it was a Final Destination collision, Daft Punk fanatics (like myself) can finally rest those stiff shoulders and enjoy the sensual massage of Random Access Memories. Ahead of iTunes’ pre-order free stream, savvy computer jocks have ripped the individual symphonies and publicized the 192 kbps arrangement.

Stream Random Access Memories below and then buy the album on iTunes because something this good deserves your full support.

http://soundisstyle.com/2013/05/daft-punk-random-access-memories-album-stream.html

Sandro Silva [4.5.2013]


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Rumor Presents… SANDRO SILVA

Tickets: http://www.wantickets.com/Events/124242/Sandro-Silva-4-5-2013/

Sandro Silva is one of Holland’s most promising new talents. He is known for his broad, energetic sound that is so perfectly combined with a musical depth acquired by his years of piano study.

Starting his career in dance in 2006 at the age of 15 (!), Sandro has managed to establish himself as a solid name in the EDM world. He has released his own tracks on (Steve Aoki’s) Dimmak Records, (Laidback Luke’s) Mixmash Records, (Tiesto’s) Musical Freedom, Newstate Records and his latest smash feat vocal sensation Bizzey, “Get Lower” is slated for a priority release on Atlantic Records.

It is through Laidback Luke’s coaching and support, that Sandro was able to develop his DJ and producing skills at such a rapid pace. His talent has certainly not gone unnoticed by some of the biggest, most accomplished artists in the scene: His release, ‘Prom Night’ was featured as an Essential Choice on Pete Tong’s BBC radio show and receives across the board support for his music from his musical compatriots. David Guetta, Sebastian Ingrosso, Eric Prydz, Tiesto, Laidback Luke and Steve Aoki all love playing his records.

Delivering highlight remixes for the likes of Pitbull, Ricky Blaze, Laidback Luke and Calvin Harris. On the back of his releases, he has played the crème de la crème of clubs and festivals including EDC Las Vegas, LIV Miami, Creamfields Liverpool, Ministry of Sound London, Privilege and Ushuaia Ibiza.

Sandro continues to experiment with new sounds and genres – keeping his sound fresh and innovative. He is in the producing flow. Locking himself away daily in the studio has resulted in a number of exciting tracks ready for release in 2011.

A new Dutch star is born!

G PRESTA

ELVIS SUAREZ

Rumor:

1500 Sansom street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

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https://twitter.com/#!/RumorPhilly

Prok & Fitch [4.12.2013]


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Rumor Presents… PROK & FITCH

Tickets: http://www.wantickets.com/Events/124243/Prok-Fitch-4-12-2013/

Tipped by the national media as ‘One’s To Watch’, Beatport’s Artist tip in 2010, and rave reviews throughout 2011, Prok & Fitch have more than proved the journalists’ predictions right. The hottest DJ/producer pairing in house music have chalked up an impressive array of achievements over their 6 years working together, with annual worldwide tours from Brazil to Australia alongside their full international DJ diary.

Now focusing on their original productions, Ben Prok and James Fitch’s works have been signed to some of the biggest names in the business: Axtone, Great Stuff, Toolroom Records, CR2, Stealth, 303Lovers and more. With serious and diverse support from the likes of Carl Cox to the Swedish House Mafia, Pete Tong to Tiesto there’s few clubs worldwide which haven’t witnessed the Prok & Fitch reaction.

The boys have also been remixing for some heavy duty names including Laidback Luke, Moby and Strictly Rhythm. Their own imprint, Floorplay Music continues to sign strong projects too, notably a smash from ATFC & David Penn – there’s no doubt that Prok & Fitch is becoming the byword for superior skills in quality house music. As 2012 kicked off the label approached 30 release’s & some great new music releases scheduled throughout the year.

Floorplay Music is much more than a record label though – it’s a way of life! Floorplay parties have quickly become stuff of late night legend. What started off as a small label showcase night has turned into regular roadblocks and sell outs in Brighton, Dubai and London. The Guardian, Mixmag, IDJ and DJ magazine have all proclaimed Floorplay to be the ‘best night in the South’ and it’s easy to see why – guests have included Dirty Vegas, Chris Lake, Mark Knight… the list just goes on.

In the DJ booth, it’s all about the groove with these guys, whether they are on a line up with the underground crew keeping it deep and dark or playing in the big main rooms for the masses, their versatility and acceptance across genres has been key to their success to date! Rocking mainstages at the infamous Sunburn Festival in Goa & many other festival’s, playing at some of he most prestigious clubs in the world: Amnesia in Ibiza, Sankeys in Manchester, Pacha in Sao Paolo and Circus in Montreal. It’s difficult to find a country that they haven’t visited in the past 12 months.

2012- is shaping up very nicely, with there’s busiest DJ diary to date, hotly anticipated releases on Floorplay, Great Stuff & Toolroom in the first quarter of the year. Expect collaborations with Filthy Rich, Rene Amesz, Marco Lys & more all the ingredients are in place for 2012 to be their best year yet…..

DJ / Producers. House, Grooves and Sambuca!
Itunes on http://www.bit.ly/itunesPF
Beatport on htttp://www.bit.ly/beatportPF
Also on
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/prokfitch
Soundcloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/prokfitch.
Youtibe: http://www.youtube.com/prokfitch
Website: http://www.floorplaymusic.com

JOHN G

ELVIS SUAREZ

Rumor:

1500 Sansom street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

http://www.rumorphilly.com/

http://www.facebook.com/rumorphilly

https://twitter.com/#!/RumorPhilly

1 Year Anniversary of Rumor – Sander Van Doorn [9.21.2012]


Tickets: http://www.wantickets.com/Events/112014/Sander-Van-Doorn-Rumor-s-1-Year-Anniversary/

SANDER VAN DOORN

Some people call Sander a technical & musical genius. And who can deny it? He has cranked out more dance floor destroyers, sold-out gigs, number one records, and awards than most artists do in a lifetime.

With the help of classics like Grasshopper, Punk’d and Riff, recent hits like Love is Darkness and ofcourse massive collabs and remixes of The Killers (Spaceman), Sia (The Girl You Lost To Cocaine), Robbie Williams (Close My Eyes) and Depeche Mode (Peace) Sander shrugged off the confines of genre typecasting long ago and created something he preferres to call ‘SvD-style’.

Besides his busy production schedule, Sander has worked tirelessly to bring his radioshow ‘Identity’ and his clubbing concept, Dusk till Doorn to fruition. And if this mountain of accomplishments were not enough, he somehow makes time to produce his quarterly ‘how-to’ show called ‘Studio Sessions’ on his YouTube channel (SanderVanDoornTV).

With a tour diary that sees the superstar play to more than a million fans each year, there’s no doubt that Sander van Doorn is one of dance music’s favorite sons. Within just a few years, Sander has blasted his way to the top. And this is only the beginning.

http://www.facebook.com/sandervandoorn
http://www.twitter.com/sandervandoorn
http://www.youtube.com/sandervandoorntv

Along Side with DJ Michael Myers (Main room):

http://www.djmichaelmyers.com/

http://twitter.com/Djmichaelmyers

http://michaelmyers.podomatic.com/

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Rumor:
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M.I.K.E. @ Rumor


Tickets: http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/146275?utm_medium=bks

Rumor Presents…

M.I.K.E. became captivated early on in his childhood with the synth-pop sounds of the 80’s, which were brought on by band icons such as Depeche Mode and legendary synth master Jean Michele Jarre. His plans to follow in their footsteps and bring dance music to a different level didn’t fall short when he went on to release one of his timeless anthems, ‘Universal Nation’ followed by ‘Strange World’!
As the list continued, creating such hits brought on major appeal by huge names like Moby, Ferry Corsten, Armin van Buuren, Gareth Emery and so much more – which of whom M.I.K.E produced impressive collaborations and remixes for.
As time passed and M.I.K.E.’s name spread, popular demand began to expand rapidly worldwide! From the UK, to cities all around Europe & straight across the Atlantic & into North America and down Latin America, Asia and Australia – Ministry of Sound, DanceValley, Tomorrowland, Trance Energy, Winter Music Conference – were some of the prestigious venues that till this day M.I.K.E. is noticed for as a top leading performer/DJ.
And we wonder, where does he find the time to make so many hit releases? Through the wave of fans, the touring, atmosphere and passion for music are what tell the stories behind each of his exceptional tracks labeled under monikers Push, Plastic boy, to his most widely used name – M.I.K.E.
And now teaming up with labels such as Sirup Music, High Contrast Records, Garuda Music, and Armada Music, he continues introducing fresh new sounds with edge & a twist of progressive and club house for a totally modish blend. You can grab a taste on his weekly radio show ‘Club Elite Sessions’, also heard on various stations worldwide including SiriusXM and Digitally Imported Radio.

http://www.mike.be/

http://www.twitter.com/mikepush

http://www.youtube.com/officialmikepush

http://www.beatport.com/artist/m-i-k-e/594

http://www.mixcloud.com/officialmike/

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Rumor:

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Gareth Emery at Rumor


Rumor Presents…

GARETH EMERY:

Most DJ/producers don’t crack into the DJMag Top 100 before the age of 30. Most of them don’t shun major label attention. Most of them don’t have them don’t have the balls to call out the scene that they belong to when it’s failing to deliver the goods. And some don’t even produce ‘their’ own tracks. Gareth Emery, with his potent blend of trance, house, electro and techno, however, is not your average major league artist.

He was a prodigious talent in his childhood, teaching himself to play the piano from the age of 4, and continuing his invaluable classical education until he began playing guitar in an indie band at 15. Neither of these were false starts for his eventual electronic conversion; instead, both paths giving him essential experience and understanding of music and songwriting and how to convey emotion through his sounds. His baptism of fire came on a chance trance trip to Ibiza in 1998, which was followed by three years of learning the machinations of electronic music making. At the age of 22, he created a track on a laptop while on holiday in France. That track was the instant classic Mistral; a stunning debut which soon had unsuspecting pundits and clubbers alike eating out of his hands. From here onwards his career ascent was impressively – and deservedly – rapid.

“I guess it’s just good, melodic dance music,” he says of his musical style. “One of the most positive things about the scene over the past few years has been the gradual breaking down of genre barriers and the cross-pollination of sounds. I just look for records that I enjoy musically and also work well in a club. The genre is unimportant”. He’s not afraid to meld his bold, scintillating electronic motifs with more organic flavours, with his crisp, sharp leads and basslines frequently married to soaring vocals, traditional songwriting prowess and what some might call ‘proper’ instruments.

While he’s spent record-breaking stints at the top of Beatport’s Trance sales chart, and while trance will always be a part of what he does, he won’t let the sound ultimately define him. “I’ve realised that my strength is in music and melodies that touch people. I’m a music guy. It just happens to be that the music I make is electronic. That realisation has allowed me a lot more creative freedom, then when I felt I had to write music for a certain ‘scene’.” It’s this very decision which has helped him to garner such widespread acclaim and which has ensured that he’s never boxed as simply a trance DJ/producer. His ambitions are bigger than any one sound or scene, and his eclectically flavoured output is testament to that fact. “The longer I’ve been producing, the less I see myself as a dance music producer and more as an artist and musician” he explains of this approach to production. “I always start a track with the music, rather than the beats, and I found the dance scene after classical piano training and years of playing guitar in bands, so I guess in a way I’ve come full circle.”

His ground-breaking podcast started back in 2006, marking him out as one of the key early adopters of the now ubiquitous format. Nominated several times for the Miami IMDA Best Podcast award, it’s been a seriously important calling card for his career. “I got lucky basically. But I also never had any musical rules about the show; it was always whatever tracks I liked that week, regardless of whether they fitted my sets. Down the line that allowed me to be more innovative and varied with my DJ sets.” He’s consistently voted inside the DJMag Top 100 DJs Poll – peaking at Number 7 – with his burgeoning Garuda party selling out Manchester’s legendary Sankeys four times in a row and spawning a critically acclaimed compilation, The Sound Of Garuda. Building a musical brand around his name in record shops, download stores, radio and clubland has given him an all-encompassing reputation in dance music which is rivalled by few.

His 2012 is off to a huge start, with latest single Concrete Angel premiered on Judge Jules’ Radio 1 show , and its video added to the prestigious MTV Dance playlist as well as racking up 1 million YouTube plays in its first three weeks online. He’s been chosen as a resident for Las Vegas’s Marquee – one of the most outstanding club venues in the world in the city that everyone’s calling the new Ibiza – while he’s also playing the enormous Ultra Music Festival and taking Garuda to Space Miami. Clocking up air miles like nobody’s business, he’s massively in demand across the globe, his continually evolving sound gaining him bookings at an impressive variety of clubs and festivals the world over.

As you can probably tell, Gareth Emery is a man of hard-graft and sizeable ambition. His ambitions are impressive, with a view to produce bands and other artists in the future. His focus for the foreseeable future is on building further on the huge platform that Garuda sits on, taking his club nights and new show across the globe, while continuing to create more slices of ‘anti-genre’ dancefloor gold.

http://www.garethemery.com

http://www.garethemerypodcast.com

http://www.myspace.com/garethemery

http://www.twitter.com/garethemery

http://www.youtube.com/officialgarethemery

http://vkontakte.ru/id80421805

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Rumor:

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Pablo Ceballos at Rumor Night Club


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Rumor Presents…

PABLO CEBALLOS (Stereo Productions):

Member of the highly-talented and internationally-acclaimed pair Chus & Ceballos, founder of the respected label Stereo Productions and resident of some of the best clubs in the world has been placed Pablo in one of the leading positions within the world’s top league of DJs & producers’. The brilliant quality of his tracks and the perfect blend of his bottom-heavy rhythms with warm and inviting soul-grabbing elements have led Pablo to become a greatly-respected master in productions and remixes. He has often lent his talent to various reputable imprints, such as Warner, Yoshitoshi, Stealth, Defected and Twisted. Regarded as important pioneers in the music industry, Madonna, Danny Tenaglia and Deep Dish have all regularly placed their trust in Pablo Ceballos to remix their works.

The music of this DJ/producer has journeyed through more than 40 countries, favoring the most prominent clubs and festivals globally. At present, Pablo holds several residences at internationally-renowned clubs such as Space in Miami, Stereo in Montreal, and Pacha in Ibiza.

More important than his professional and artistic qualities is Pablo’s infinite charisma and distinctive bond with the dance floor, which have often captured peoples’ hearts and souls. Experiencing Pablo in action is an inspiring and uplifting encounter, which is bound to leave a deep and unforgettable trace within the crowd. His sets are energetic, original, elegant and most of all, encompass a continuous progression through a wide range of styles with common factors of enjoyment and excitement, but never once lose sight of the seriousness and quality of the finest tracks of the underground.

http://www.stereo-productions.com/monophone-dj-agency/pablo-ceballos/

http://www.twitter.com/djpabloceballos

http://www.stereo-productions.com/

Opening set by resident DJ Michael Myers

http://www.djmichaelmyers.com/

http://twitter.com/Djmichaelmyers

http://michaelmyers.podomatic.com/

LEV Room DJ Elvis Suares:

http://www.twitter.com/ElvisSuarez

https://www.facebook.com/pages/DJ-Elvis-Suarez

For Bottle Service and Table reservation please email at mike@trckd.com

Rumor:
1500 Sansom street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

http://www.rumorphilly.com/

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