October 31, 2008

Markus Schulz Blog - Oct 31 2008

What's up everybody, hello again to you all.

It has been a crazy and jetlag-filled week, where I have had stays in the cities of Amsterdam, Miami, Los Angeles and London. I will try to fill you in on everything I have been up to as best as possible.

I mentioned last week that I played at the Armada night at Amsterdam Dance Event. It was almost like a reunion of the extended Armada family. After seeing them so often during the Ibiza season, it was strange to go over a month without seeing them all! The Armada night was broadcasted live on Afterhours FM, and I conducted a couple of short interviews before my set, answering questions that people were sending in online. I had a lot of fun doing that, some of your screennames had everyone laughing!

Amsterdam is one of those cities that inspires me daily. The Dutch audience was one of the first groups of people that embraced the Coldharbour sound. A lot of those inspirations went in to the 2008 compilation, and hopefully for the people who listened to it, the mood and the music gave them a flavor of what the city is like.

It now makes me begin to wonder, which city will be used for the 2009 compilation?

Saturday was time to settle in to the beautiful city of Los Angeles. It is one of those places that is very unique, and as a DJ, when I played there for the first time, it was really intimidating. They expect the best of the best. I have to admit though, that I have had some of my most memorable gigs playing in LA. I would like to give a shout out to all the people who showed up at the Armani Exchange store for my set earlier in the day, I had a real blast there, and it was the perfect way to start off the evening.

Being a major city, LA caters very well for the huge rave-type gigs. One of the most famous events of this nature around the world is Monster Massive. It always occurs on the Saturday before Halloween, so everyone goes all out and dresses up to add to the atmosphere. I mentioned in the blog last week that it keeps getting bigger every year I play there, and boy had it grown this time around! There must have been a 60,000+ crowd filling the LA Sports Arena - when you see a sight like that sometimes you have to rub your eyes and remind yourself that it is real. Monster Massive is the type of gig where you want to raise the bar in terms of performance, and I was very pleased with how my set turned out.

It was a really enjoyable experience playing there again, the atmosphere was electric. I got to bump in to Judge Jules, only a week after doing the Radio 1 show with him, and also fellow German and good friend Paul van Dyk. Paul is one of the hardest working people on the planet, and what he has contributed to dance music over the years has been incredible. It must be in the German genes, work hard and be as efficient as possible.

Sunday was spent travelling back home to Miami and to try and chill as much as possible. I got back to work on Monday, beginning preparation for my gigs over the next couple of weeks. I spent a large part of Monday and Tuesday in the studio working on a remix for a track we signed to Coldharbour recently, and I am very pleased with how it has turned out. I'll give it a roadtest and play it out in the clubs over the next while and see how the crowd reacts. That is the most exciting part about working on a production or remix - when you are in the studio you are constantly thinking about how the track is going to work on the dancefloor.

Due to having to fly to London for the DJ Mag Awards on Wednesday, I had a red eye flight from Miami on Tuesday night. So it meant that this week's Global DJ Broadcast was recorded on the plane crossing the Atlantic. By the time I got into London, I was feeling the jetlag quite a bit. It sometimes makes you wish that the time was the same everywhere around the world. The weather in London was so cold! When landing at Heathrow Airport - there were traces of snow that had fallen the night before. But after a few cups of coffee, I got my energy levels back up to normal.

And so to Wednesday night, and the announcement of the DJ Mag Top 100 for 2008. Finding out the results was a real humbling experience to me. I can't even begin to thank you guys enough for all your support you have given me, particularly over the past year. Whether it be at the clubs, the message boards, or listening to Global DJ Broadcast and Evolution every week, the kind words that you all say really do mean a lot. Thank you all so much. There are a few people that contribute greatly behind the scenes, that help keep me on top of things and open doors to opportunities that I think I have taken well this year. We are all continuing to grow together, and I can honestly say that I am enjoying the journey very much.

The night itself was hectic. On arriving at Ministry of Sound I had to do several interviews with DJ Mag and a couple of UK radio stations. Then it was time to watch the awards ceremony itself, and see one of my closest friends retain the accolade of number 1. I was delighted for Armin, I could tell it was a really special moment for him. Having his parents and his fiancee Erika by his side, and being able to celebrate his achievement in style. A large portion of the Armada and David Lewis Productions crew were in attendance, and in many ways, the night was a reward to them too, for all the hard work that they have done for both Armin and myself over the past year.

Meeting so many DJs backstage and catching up with them was cool. Kyau & Albert, who have had a sensational 2008, where there along with staff from Euphonic. Mark Knight, David Guetta, Deadmau5, Andy C and Mike Koglin all said hello and it was fun hanging out with them. Talking to Andy C actually made me think about the broader spectrum of dance music. He picked up the award for highest Drum & Bass DJ, like he seemingly does every year, but unfortunately there are not that many D&B DJs representing that sound in the poll. It is a shame for me really, because when I lived in London in particular, I was inspired my listening to Drum & Bass. A lot of the moody Coldharbour basslines that are in my tracks would only have been made possible by listening to that type of music.

I went on stage after Armin and played the closing set of the night. Mike Koglin was standing beside me in the DJ booth and in the middle of my set I dropped the track he did with Nick Larson, called United. The reaction to that from him was so nice. He really appreciated the support I had given him though the year with United and with his remix of Sunshade - Vertigo. But the support was most certainly warranted, because I have really enjoyed his sound in 2008.

After a couple of hours sleep (literally!), I flew back home to Miami yesterday, and today I am off to Suan Juan in Puerto Rico for this weekend's fun and games. Once I sign off writing I have to answer a few emails and burn a few CDs of last minute edits, and then I'll be good to go.

What I want to start doing over the next couple of months is to get more involved with the fans on my forum. If you want to register yourself at http://www.markusschulz.com/forums, and if you have any questions on any particular subject for me, then please post away and I will try my best to answer them. I feel that I should give back to you guys due to the amazing support you have given me.

Next week marks the next Global DJ Broadcast World Tour, recorded live from historical Budapest in Hungary. I am so pleased with how the set has turned out, and I can't wait to find out what you guys will think of it. I will check in with you all again next week, where I will be looking ahead to another big weekend and another big event, Transmission.

Until then, take care and have a safe and fun Halloween weekend!


October 27, 2008

Markus Schulz Progression Progressed Interview

In stores right now, is Markus Schulz’ remix album ‘Progression Progressed’. On this CD, the remixes of the already powerful ‘Progression’ tracks have all received a new approach, done by names like Mat Zo, Nic Chagall, Mark Otten and many other remix masters known to the scene. And even Markus himself managed to create a totally different vibe on his ‘Daydream’ track, now available in his ‘Coldharbour remix’. Next to that, Markus’ new single ‘The New World’ is featured on it. The second CD is the original ‘Progression’ album, to freshen your memory and enjoy the original versions as well. Markus took some time to explain a little something about this hot release!

Armada: What made you decide to release a full album for these remixes?

Markus: “I was really proud of the remix packages we put out for each single released from the album. I am so grateful to the outstanding producers who gave their own interpretation of the originals. So this album looks back over the big remixes of my tracks for the past year, combined with some hidden remix gems of other album tracks.”

Armada: It's been more than a year ago that ‘Progression’ saw its release. How do you look back upon that time?

Markus: “Hectic! I was really proud of how the original ‘Progression’ album turned out. The feedback I got from the fans and the Global DJ Broadcast listeners made me feel that the long nights in the studio were really worth it. Since then the touring has been non-stop, and I have been lucky to experience so many different cities and cultures through that time. The coolest thing is, it doesn't matter where in the world you are, everybody still knows the words to ‘Perfect’ by heart, and they love to sing along!”

Armada: Did you enjoy the ‘Progression’ tour you did? Which night is the most memorable to you?

Markus: “There are so many to mention. The kickoff night at Panama in Amsterdam was really special because I regard Amsterdam as a home. The gigs in China and Argentina were incredible, and those are two countries I want to visit soon. The big cities in North America like Los Angeles, Toronto, New York, Montreal and my home town Miami were all amazing to play. To cap it off at the closing of the legendary Turnmills in London was the perfect crescendo of the tour. I have been fortunate to meet some truly outstanding fans in these places who have supported me so much over the past few years - knowing that they will be there front and centre each time I come into town is a cool feeling.”

Armada: Since the album turned out to be such a big success, did it give you more confidence or energy to produce any follow-ups?

Markus: “Absolutely! For this past summer I focused on two big projects - my new production ‘The New World’, and my remix of Sia's track named ‘Buttons’. The reactions I have been getting to both tracks, particularly in my residencies at Amnesia in Ibiza and at Ministry of Sound in London, have been incredible. When you are in the studio, you think ahead to the moments when you are playing what you are working on to a big room crowd on the best sound systems, therefore it inspires me to get it right and hope that it has the desired effect on the dance floor.”

Armada: The remixes are done by producers like Mat Zo, Mark Otten, Nic Chagall and Monogato. Did they came up with the remixes themselves or did you asked some to do so?

Markus: “Most of the time I ask them to work on certain remixes. The people who listen to Global DJ Broadcast every week are always so responsive, so it is easy to tell which producer is really winning them over at a particular time. Mat Zo is such a talented kid and has an amazing future. Nic Chagall has been one of the outstanding stars of the last two years, between his own work and as Cosmic Gate. Monogato really came to life at the beginning of the year and some of his remixes have become GDJB anthems for years to come. Mark Otten is a production genius, and I have been a fan of his work for years, even going back to when he remixed my track Largo, and when I remixed his track Tranquility. When you are constantly thinking in your head of who in particular can recreate something incredible from your own track, it can be difficult to find that right person. But with the likes of Agnelli & Nelson and Lemon & Einar K, who did outstanding jobs on their remixes for this album, it can make you feel really proud.”

Armada: Any favorite remix among them or do you politically correct ‘like them all'?

Markus: “I think the great thing about each track on the album is that it can fill you with a different emotion. For instance, ‘Perfect’ is a real feel-good track, whereas ‘Cause You Know’ has really deep meaning and can give you that pensive feeling. It also depends on the time of the year and each setting - with the summer you have the opportunity to play at more big arena events and festivals than usual. My big summer anthem this year has been ‘Daydream’; it was the one track everyone wanted from the album immediately. Bringing in Lemon & Einar K to remix the track just turned out to be the perfect moment.”

Armada: You also included a Coldharbour mix of ‘Daydream', did you feel the need to sort of improve yourself, or is it just a matter of creativity and diversity?

Markus: “I feel it is a matter of creativity and diversity. ‘Daydream’ was our most extensive remix package ever released on Coldharbour Recordings, and I think we covered almost all the bases with the diverse selection of producers we chose to remix the track. The Coldharbour Mix was something I really only intended on making as an exclusive for my ‘Amsterdam '08’ compilation. However, when the full package of ‘Daydream’ got released, many people were still longing for the Coldharbour Mix. I am thankful that this album gives the mix a good home.”

Armada: It also includes your new track, ‘The New World’. It sounds different than we're used to, but it still has that Markus sound. What inspired you to make it? And where does the title come from?

Markus: “This November I am playing at my third Transmission event in Prague, Czech Republic. The organizers of the event asked me to compose a special theme for the night. When you play in the big arenas, you need a special type of track in your set to work exclusively for that type of setting. This is why ‘The New World’ is slightly more techy and upfront. I get inspired seeing wave upon wave of people in these arenas, the sheer volume of the crowd can take your breath away sometimes. So you need to make something that really strikes home with everyone in the arena, whether they are right up at the front or back. But I feel that the track still has my trademark groove and melody. The name? I guess you could say that the world is constantly changing, more and more countries and cultures worldwide are embracing progressive and trance. Thanks to the internet, people know all the latest tracks that I play and the response is therefore instantaneous.”

Armada: Is there any chance a new artist album is coming up?

Markus: “I hope that I can start work on my third artist album in the next few months. With this remix album we are saying thank you to all the fantastic remixes over the past year and closing the chapter of ‘Progression’, and then it will be time to move on, challenging myself to produce something even better than before. I love being creative in the studio.”

[CLHR056] Markus Schulz presents: Coldharbour Selections Part 19


Release Label: Coldharbour Recordings
Release Code: CLHR056
Release Date: October 27th 2008

Hammer & Herbick feat. Boytronic - You (Dyor Big Room Remix)
Markus Schulz - Fly To Colors (Carl B Remix)
Santiago Niño & Alaa - Summer Days

The 19th edition of Coldharbour Selections is stacked full of some of the most anticipated and requested tracks on Global DJ Broadcast over the past few months.

First up, the outstanding remix of Hammer & Herbick's You, given the big room treatment by Dyor. Featuring the vocals of 80s German electropop group Boytronic, the Dyor Big Room Remix has smashed dancefloors worldwide throughout all of Markus Schulz's gigs throughout the summer, making it one of the biggest tracks in the history of the label.

Winding the clock back to the beginning of 2008, and many fans were busy raving about Sweden's Carl Barrdahl's sterling effort on Markus' own production, Fly To Colors. Carl's remix, which was featured on the Amsterdam '08 compilation, has received large support throughout the year, and finds an eager home on these selections.

Last but not least, Santiago Nino makes a welcome return to Coldharbour Recordings with his collaboration with Alaa. Summer Days was featured back on Global DJ Broadcast in March, and is sure to pick up lots of support in the coming weeks.

All in all, it shapes up to be one of the strongest Coldharbour Selections packages in recent times.

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October 24, 2008

Markus Schulz Blog - Oct 24 2008

Hey everyone!

Goedemorgen to you all from Amsterdam. I have been here for a few days this week, playing at the Armada Night for this year's Amsterdam Dance Event this past Wednesday.

With the summer gone and the Ibiza season done, I hope to be able to communicate more with the fans through blog entries. Through all the amazing support you have given me across the year, I hope that I can give back to you in some way through weekly blogging, or a diary entry of sorts. I will write more about the Amsterdam experience in my blog next week.

It has been yet another week of busy travelling and touring. On Thursday I played at the Colosseum Club in Skopje, and it was incredible! Sometimes when you travel to a country you do not visit regularly, you can sometimes be apprehensive about how a night is going to turn out. The passion of the crowd there was amazing, and I hope that I can return there very soon.

On Friday morning I had to take an early flight to London, where a hectic day was about to begin! After a quick nap I headed over to the world famous BBC Radio 1 studios, and co-hosted Judge Jules' Friday night show. I had a real blast there - Jules and I have been friends for a long time. We always enjoy hanging out and listening to each other's bad jokes. It was a pretty cool experience doing the show with him.

When I arrived at Radio 1, I was asked by Jules to arrange two phone conversations for the show. We first talked to Coldharbour Recordings alumnus Arnej, who has had a massive 2008 with his productions. When I look back on tracks that really did the business for me on the dancefloor this year, "They Always Come Back" immediately comes to the forefront of my mind. Canada is a real hotbed for up and coming producers this year, and I can't wait to hear what comes out of there in 2009. The second conversation was with Sia, whose track Buttons I had the pleasure of remixing at the beginning of the summer. I think both interviews turned out really well.

My show with Jules airs tonight on BBC Radio 1, beginning at 6pm EST / 11pm UK / 12am CET. You will be able to listen online at http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1.

Going back one week again, once I left the BBC studios, I began preparing for the next installment of my residency at Ministry of Sound. I feel that the club has become another home for me. I love the venue and the soundsystem so much. Last Friday was only my third time playing there but I believe that we can create a really memorable legacy in time. Seeing all my friends and fans there, and catching up with them was lots of fun as well.

Saturday was a really important day as I travelled to the Hungarian capital Budapest, which meant the Global DJ Broadcast World Tour recording for November. When I saw this gig come up in my calendar it was nailed on for the GDJB World Tour, because I knew from past experiences playing there that the crowd would be so hot, and that's the kind of thing I look for when determining which city or gig to pick for airing on the show. I hope that when someone sits by their radio or computer and tunes in for a world tour broadcast, they feel they are there, they feel they are part of the experience.

Needless to say, the crowd certainly did not disappoint. You will be able to tune in for the results on GDJB, airing on November 6th. A couple of Coldharbour Recordings artists, Marcus Schossow and Nifra, and Myon & Shane 54, who are doing really well with their remixes and mashups lately, all showed up to the venue for support. It was fun hanging out with them before and after the gig as well.

After Budapest I had a brief day of rest at my place in Berlin, before heading off for the annual Amsterdam Dance Event. I am sure people know from their own experiences how tiring and demanding travelling can be, both physically and mentally, so it is important to schedule your time cafefully and allow yourself the appropriate amount of rest. Normally I would record Global DJ Broadcast on a Wednesday, but due to the Amsterdam gig being midweek, I had to make my edits and focus on the show between Sunday and Tuesday. We had a great debut set from Germany's Stoneface & Terminal, and I am loving what they are doing right now. Their track "Blueprint" has been a real highlight of my live sets recently.

That pretty much brings us up until now, as I sit here in my hotel in Amsterdam answering some emails, burning CDs and packing for the long flight to the west coast. This weekend is a really special gig for me, in the amazing city of Los Angeles. I used to be intimidated by the city but in the last few years I have really started feel welcome by everyone there. Whenever I arrive I always sing "I Love LA" as I walk through the airport.

This year will be the third consecutive year I play at the Monster Massive event, and it keeps getting bigger each time. Last year the entire stadium was completely full. There must have been over 30,000 people. It's held at the LA Sports Arena, Where the LA Clippers used to play, and current home of the USC Trojans, and being a huge sports fan, playing there gives me that extra buzz. There are a few tracks I have held back on playing which I want to debut at the event, so hopefully it will be a night people are going to remember. Before Monster Massive I will be at the Armani Exchange store in Santa Monica at 6pm, playing a little warmup set, so hopefully you guys in that area can come along before the big event.

So that's pretty much what I have gotten up to over the past week. I can't wait for the weekend to begin again.

Hope you all have a great and safe weekend!


October 13, 2008

[CLHR055] Flash Brothers - Destiny


Release Label: Coldharbour Recordings
Release Code: CLHR055
Release Date: October 13th 2008

Destiny (Original Mix)

After a long buzz since 2007 when the Flash Brothers played Destiny in their gigs around the world & Markus Schulz supported the track on his GDJB Radio show - its officially released!

Coldharbour recordings the label of Markus himself under Armada Music signed this hot big room track that provide here a mixture of House, Electro, Punk guitars, 80's synths & uplifting melodic vibe - definitely a fresh edge!

With big DJ's support worldwide as by Blake Jarrel, Lange & Markus Schulz this new Dancefloor Bomb will rock every possible dancefloor its played.

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October 06, 2008

Global DJ Broadcast: Top 15 - October 2008


Airing on over 20 FM and online stations worldwide each week, millions of listeners tune in for Markus Schulz's vision of all things progressive and trance on the Global DJ Broadcast.

Beginning this month, Markus will make his personal picks of which tunes are riding high on both the show and on dancefloors around the globe, and compiles them into a Top 15.

You will be able to find plenty of Coldharbour Recordings alumni here, with names such as Mr. Pit, Elevation, Agnelli & Nelson and Funabashi. Coupled with big dancefloor names such as Sunlounger, Ali Wilson and Vengeance, you will certainly find quite a few tracks that stand out for everyone.

The Top 15 for October (outside of the US and Canada) is:

01. Markus Schulz vs. Andy Moor - Daydream (Lemon & Einar K Uplifting Remix)
02. Mr. Pit - Shana (Duderstadt Progressive Dub)
03. Majai - Phoria (Elevation Remix)
04. Mr. Pit feat. Vicky Fee - Back For More (Funabashi Remix)
05. Sunlounger & Zara - Lost (Dance Version)
06. Cramp - Deadline (Original Mix)
07. Agnelli & Nelson present The A&N Project - Sleeping in Airports (Original Mix)
08. Arnej - The Ones That Get Away (Minimal Drum Dub)
09. Vengeance - Temptation (Denga & Manus Remix)
10. Heatbeat - Geek Love (Thr3shold Remix)
11. Anton Firtich - Rain Over The Ocean (Original Mix)
12. Ali Wilson - Shakedown (Original Mix)
13. Filterheadz - Day at the Beach (Original Mix)
14. Evol Waves - Mesjah
15. Datt & Bissen feat. Tiff Lacey - Take Your Time (Martin Roth Nu-Style Remix)

You can purchase this Top 15 from iTunes at one of the following links below:

Netherlands: Click Here
Germany: Click Here
United Kingdom: Click Here
Australia: Click Here

For all other countries, simply open the iTunes Store and search for "Global DJ Broadcast"

In the US and Canada, the Top 15 for October is:

01. Mr. Pit - Shana (Duderstadt Progressive Dub)
02. Majai - Phoria (Elevation Remix)
03. Mr. Pit feat. Vicky Fee - Back For More (Funabashi Remix)
04. Sunlounger & Zara - Lost (Dance Version)
05. Cramp - Deadline (Original Mix)
06. Agnelli & Nelson present The A&N Project - Sleeping in Airports (Original Mix)
07. Arnej - The Ones That Get Away (Minimal Drum Dub)
08. Vengeance - Temptation (Denga & Manus Remix)
09. Heatbeat - Geek Love (Thr3shold Remix)
10. Anton Firtich - Rain Over The Ocean (Original Mix)
11. Ali Wilson - Shakedown (Original Mix)
12. Filterheadz - Day at the Beach (Original Mix)
13. Evol Waves - Mesjah
14. Datt & Bissen feat. Tiff Lacey - Take Your Time (Martin Roth Nu-Style Remix)
15. Musetta - Red Star (Michael Cassette Remix)

You can purchase this Top 15 from iTunes simply by Clicking Here

(If you wish to purchase Markus Schulz vs. Andy Moor - Daydream (Lemon & Einar K Uplifting Remix), you can do so by Clicking Here)

October 02, 2008

Global DJ Broadcast: World Tour - Toronto (Oct 02 2008)

Global DJ Broadcast October 2nd 2008
World Tour - Toronto, Ontario, Canada
With Markus Schulz


Markus Schulz (Recorded Live From The Guvernment in Toronto - September 27th 2008)
01. Sied Van Riel & Claudia Cazacu - Contrasts
02. Adam Van Baker - Tigra (Michael Angelo & Jim Electro Tech Mix)
03. Albert Vorne - Formentera What (Gareth Emery Remix / Markus Schulz Big Room Reconstruction)
04. Rank 1 - Airwave (Remix)
05. Offer Nissim Featuring Maya - For Your Love (Sied Van Riel Remix / Markus Schulz Rework)
06. Nick Larson & Mike Koglin - United (Part 1)
07. 4 Strings - Take Me Away (Re-Ward Dub Mix)
08. Jochen Miller vs. Armin Van Buuren - Lost Vocal Connection (Markus Schulz Mashup)
09. Lange & Gareth Emery vs. Signalrunners - Another Aria, Another Epica (Markus Schulz Mashup)
10. Markus Schulz - The New World
11. Derelict - Rescue Me (Markus Schulz Big Room Reconstruction)
12. Cass & Slide - Perception (Remix)
13. Hammer & Herbick Featuring Boytronic - You (Dyor Big Room Remix)
14. Arnej - The Ones That Get Away (Minimal Drum Dub / Markus Schulz Big Room Reconstruction)
15. Mr. Pit vs. Above & Beyond - Shana Can't Sleep (Black Army Mashup)
16. ID (mashups)
17. Arnej - They Always Come Back
18. Guru Josh Project - Infinity 2008 (Jerome Isma-Ae Remix)
19. Markus Schulz Featuring Departure - Cause You Know (Nic Chagall Remix / Markus Schulz Big Room Reconstruction)
20. Giuseppe Ottaviani Featuring Stephan Pickup - No More Alone
21. Markus Schulz Featuring Andy Moor - Daydream (Ronski Speed Remix)

October 01, 2008

Markus Schulz Beatport Chart October 2008


01. Tritonal feat. Cristina Soto - Walk With Me (Original Mix) [Coldharbour Recordings]
02. tyDi - Russia (Melodic Mix) [Coldharbour Recordings Red]
03. Paul van Dyk & Alex M.O.R.P.H. - In Circles (Alex M.O.R.P.H. Remix) [Vandit]
04. OneWorld - Lingus [Avanti]
05. Musetta - Red Star (Michael Cassette Remix) [Morrison Recordings]
06. Anton Firtich - Rain Over The Ocean (Original Mix) [Conspiracy Limited]
07. Giuseppe Ottaviani feat. Stephan Pickup - No More Alone (Original Mix) [Vandit]
08. Stoneface & Terminal - Blueprint (Club Mix) [Euphonic]
09. Hammer & Herbick feat. Boytronic - You (Funabashi Remix) [Coldharbour Recordings]
10. Re-Ward - Contrast (Intro Mix) [Oxygen Recordings]

Now available to purchase at http://www.beatport.com