Jayceeoh Drops ‘Super 7, Volume 7’ Mix


Jayceeoh at the Illectric River Music Festival on Apr. 6, 2017. (Photo source: Facebook)

After taking a year off from the project, Jayceeoh has returned with the seventh volume of his popular Super 7 mix series.

As with previous installments, Jayceeoh has put together an impressive lineup of seven producer/DJs performing 10-minute sets. They are, in order of appearance: Jayceeoh, Dirty Audio, 4B, YehMe2, Ricky Remedy, SAYMYNAME, and Wax Motif. Each set contains originals, remixes, and unreleased tracks.

Volume seven was released in partnership with Insomniac Records, who recently included Jayceooh’s new single “Dancin On My Wrist” in an EDC Las Vegas playlist. The Los Angeles-based DJ will make his debut at the festival on June 16.

Stream Super 7, Volume 7 below.

Related: Listen to Jayceeoh’s ‘Super 7, Volume 6’ Mix

Insomniac and Interscope Launch New Record Label

Insomniac Events has partnered with Interscope Geffen A&M for a new EDM label called, Insomniac Records, reports Billboard.
Led by CEO/founder Pasquale Rotella, Insomniac is best known for its immensely successful Electric Daisy Carnival and other festivals such as Nocturnal Wonderland and Escape from Wonderland.
Insomniac Records will be Interscope’s first official EDM label, with Russian DJ/producer Arty as its first act. His full-length album is expected to drop later this year.

“The Interscope team has an unparalleled track record of success and I believe that with our combined efforts, Insomniac Records will launch the careers of undiscovered artists while also attracting established producers, allowing them to create music that the fans will love.” — Pasquale Rotella

In addition to festivals, Insomniac also operates popular clubs including Hollywood’s Create, Los Angeles’ Exchange, Costa Mesa’s Sutra, among others.
Related: EDC’s Pasquale Rotella: ‘Dance Music is Unfairly Targeted’

EDC’s Pasquale Rotella: ‘Dance Music is Unfairly Targeted’

In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, EDC founder Pasquale Rotella revealed his feelings on how the media portrays dance music.
According to the 20 year veteran, the recent deaths that have occurred at dance music festivals are part of a larger problem and dance music isn’t to blame. He told the magazine:
“It’s horrible, but unfortunately if someone is going to take a risk, it doesn’t matter where they are in the world – in their own bedroom, at a festival. They take that risk, and it’s sad if it ends tragically. It happens every day, but there’s this attention that dance music events get that is unfair.”
Rotella continued, “I think the general public thinks maybe this only happens at festivals, dance music events – that it doesn’t happen at college frat parties, house parties, sporting events or rock festivals because it’s not covered, basically. Dance music gets national interest. And sometimes, like EDC Downtown (Los Angeles), it gets international interest.”
This weekend in San Bernardino, Rotella and his Insomniac team are holding their Nocturnal Wonderland. The festival comes three weeks after overdose deaths at New York’s Electric Zoo festival which received world-wide attention.
Read the full interview here.