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    • DJ/Producer Dennis White aka Latroit won a Grammy for his remix of Depeche Mode’s track ‘You Move’ at this year’s 60th Grammy Awards, at Madison Square Gardens, New York.

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      Congratulations to DJ/Producer Dennis White aka Latroit.  Dennis won a Grammy for his remix of Depeche Mode’s track ‘You Move’ at yesterday’s 60th Grammy Awards, at Madison Square Gardens, New York.

      Dennis’ current release ‘Feather’ with Lliam Taylor & Aussie vocalist Charlz is currently being played on radio across the country. 
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    • ROAD TO ULTRA AUSTRALIA

      is excited to announce that 90% of tickets have now been sold! With almost 5 weeks to go, be quick so you don’t miss out on this incredible event, which is debuting in Australia for the very first time.  

      The event will be held in Melbourne: Saturday 24th February 2018, at Sidney Myer Music Bowl.

      Presented by: PSV Group Australia, in partnership with Lucky Ent / WAO


       

      ROAD TO ULTRA AUSTRALIA

      is excited to announce that 90% of tickets have now been sold! With almost 5 weeks to go, be quick so you don’t miss out on this incredible event, which is debuting in Australia for the very first time.  

      The event will be held in Melbourne: Saturday 24th February 2018, at Sidney Myer Music Bowl.

      ROAD TO ULTRA AUSTRALIA LINE-UP:

      AFROJACK AND AXWELL /\ INGROSSO

      INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT FROM: CARNAGE, KSHMR AND ANDREW RAYEL

      LOCAL TALENT INCLUDING: WILL SPARKS, TIMMY TRUMPET, TIGERLILY B2B MASHD N KUTCHER ALSO TO PERFORM

      For Tickets to Road to ULTRA Australia, go to: http://ultraaustralia.com
      Showcasing the best in Australian talent, check out their latest releases below:

      Will Sparks 

      ‘Bad Connection’ w/Luciana: https://LuckyEnt.lnk.to/BadConnection 
      ‘What I do’: https://LuckyEnt.lnk.to/WhatIDo 
      ‘Stand Together’ (Remix of Toneshifterz): http://listento.biganddirtyrecords.com/WillSparksRemix
       Timmy Trumpet
      ‘Déjà vu’ w/Savage: TimmyTrumpet.lnk.to/DejaVu-Spotify
      ‘Narco’ w/Blasterjaxx: spinninrecords.com/releases/narco/
      ‘Punjabi’ w/Dimatik: bit.ly/punjabiTT
       Mashd N Kutcher

      ‘Everything I Needed’ (remix of Feenixpawl 2016): http://bit.ly/2mcnvYN
      ‘Pretend’ w/Park Avenue: http://bit.ly/PRETENDSTREAM
      ‘Need Me’ w/Sammi Constantine: https://UMA.lnk.to/needme
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      ‘Ashes’: https://tigerlily.lnk.to/ashes
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      https://www.instagram.com/ultraaustralia
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    • Another day, another report of dangerous pills. Allison of KnowYourStuffNZ has been busy telling all the kiwi boys and girls about the circulation of high dose ecstasy and we’re here to pass some of that info onto you!
      New Zealand being our neighbours it’s somewhat safe to assume we’re getting some of the similar imports and the good people at The Spinoff have recently put out an article detailing some of the issues with what’s going around.
      What we can tell you is to approach a few with increased caution. On that list: Green Guccis, Yellow Rolexes and Pink Porsches. The Porsches in particular have been found to have pharmaceutical agents, so that’s usually a big ol’ no go.
      As always, we don’t condone it, but understand it happens. Look after yourselves and your friends!
      (Via: Mixmag)
      Source: Stoney Roads
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