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Weekend: Boom!

I love Schiller. The Deutsche band named after German philospher, poet, historian, and playwright Friedrich Schiller, is led by Christopher von Deylen. When I went to the Middle East in 2005, I was obsessed with this track. Unfortunately since then, I haven’t heard a Schiller track that I’ve loved. Until now. Von Deylen’s back with […]

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Sak Noel hit it big in 2011, with this monster jam that had the clubs lit up for the entire year. I’m not sure if this track will reach the same heights as “Loca People,” but it has a very similar theme, sexy video, and an anthem for partying. As Yasi June quipped, this is […]

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          Let’s get the weekend started off right!!!!!!!!!  The Hot Six brings you not only the tracks that are HOT now, but more importantly, tomorrow’s HOTTEST tracks today!  This track will be the next big Afrojack track.  It’s only going to get hotter and when you start hearing it everywhere, you’ll […]

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The votes are in, and you’ve decided that Avicii – Levels is the HOTTEST song of 2011.  We first shared this song with you through a Happy Monday and here it is again to rock into the new year. Thanks to all who voted and thanks to those who’ve been reading our posts and who’ve […]

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The Hot Six team has nominated the six HOTTEST tracks of 2011. Click on each song below to link to our original posts featuring each track. Listen to every track on the list with one click of the button. And once you’ve listened to each track, please VOTE for YOUR HOTTEST track of 2011. The #1 official […]

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“It’s official — DJs are the new rockstars. For the first time ever, electronic music headlined and sold-out Madison Square Garden, a feat that has never been accomplished by some of the pioneers of the genre, people like Chemical Brothers, Paul Oakenfold, Tiesto, Daft Punk and others.” What more can be said? Check out Salvatore […]

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Sometimes, there’s just not much to say. It’s the weekend, you’re excited to get out of work, and all you want is a little energy to kickstart the festitives. Two tracks, recommended by my Hot Six colleagues, can do that for you. This song has been stuck in my head for days. German DJ, Deniz […]

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Despite the unseasonably warm weather in the Northeast this December, the weather is slowly starting to cool. Naturally, this means big coats, snow boots, knitted hats, teeth-chattering, full-body clenched walks across streets, face-whipping wind cutting through even the gelliest of hairs, and a general feeling of why the hell am I here. Yes, the holiday […]

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Last weekend, I had the great pleasure to witness Michigan defeat Ohio for the first time in seven years. Being at the game with my pops and bro made it extra special. Jay Oh and I got to rush the field, and the nightmare was over. Michigan, victors again. A recent development at Michigan games […]

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I recently watched the Michael Rapaport documentary “Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest.” It documented the roots of the transcendant hip hop quartet, from their early relationships prior to Tribe, to their ascendance with groups like Jungle Brothers and De La Soul, to their height of influence, to their internal […]

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