David Guetta sells out Encore Beach Club: The tracks behind the party
By 1pm, doors to Encore Beach Club were already sold out, signifying that the upcoming party featuring the commercial house productions of prolific Frenchmen, David Guetta, would have a bit more “OOMPH” than your usual day party at the premiere club. Whenever David sets foot inside of a building he brings with him a level of energy that is unparalleled by any artist in the game right now. His set was not only fantastic, but his charisma and energy behind the decks launched partiers into a state of frenzy as the suave-Parisian spun a slew of high-energy hits. We’ll dive into a few tunes that were played by David at Encore Beach Club after the break.
1) David Guetta ft. Sia – She Wolf
“Titanium” did well at the box office, infact, in may have been one of the biggest tunes of 2011-2012. David and Sia teamed up yet again to create “She Wolf” which encompasses great vocals and a whole lot of action to drive any crowd wild.
2) Sebastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash – Reload
We mentioned this before, but I will say it again — everyone plays Tommy Trash tunes in their sets. David dropped the newest collaboration between Ingrosso and Tommy which is a great progressive track that packs an unbelievable punch.
3) Digitalism – Zdarlight (Fedde Le Grand and Deniz Koyu Remix)
It’s not “Tung” and it’s not “Bong,” but it sure as hell qualifies as awesome. Here is the irony: Deniz Koyu is still underrated in the United States. Why is this? We don’t have a clue, but we promise that Deniz will be big in the near future (Fedde is already there). Be sure to check out Digitalism’s other tune “Falling” which has been on repeat on your local Dancing Astronaut iPod since it was released.
4) David Guetta ft. Nicki Minaj – Turn Me On (Michael Calfan Remix)
This has been a staple in all of David’s sets. Michael created momentum with “Resurrection” and continued it with his remix of “Turn Me On.” The classic piano keys make this a tune that everyone loves. It’s one of those ideal situations in which everyone knows the original track, but loves the fact that there is an even better quality remix.
5) Afrojack – Rock The House
The title of this track says it all. We rocked the house and nobody can say otherwise. It’s an undisputed fact, there are no better productions for starting a party faster than an Afrojack track.