OUT NOW: Mia Wallace – On & On (Strange Fruit Remix) [CFR Records]

Mia Wallace - On & On (Strange Fruit Remix)

Mia Wallace – On & On (Strange Fruit Remix)

Mia Wallace – On & On (Strange Fruit Remix) [CFR Records]

Mia Wallace On & On EP sheds a new light on our understanding of the tracks that talk about love. Its emotional, ominous, intriguing and complex exactly how love is. On & On (Original Mix) starts with intense, deep and sexy vocals which later unfold into fully-fledged deep house track made out of passion and desire. But thats not all of it, the second track on the EP – On & On remixed by Strange Fruit, takes the story and the feeling of the original even further. With less vocals involved its the beat, a little dirtier and darker, that has the sole control over the climate of the track, making it a profound house music experience.


[Mia Wallace] Their deep, dark sound is bound to captivate your imagination, vibrate through your flesh and leave you dancing for more. With a unique sound the group melds live instrumentation, original vocals with warm analog gear and digital production to release a bass orientated drug that cant be denied. Keep an ear out for Mia Wallace at a speaker near you.




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Artist: Strange Fruit 
Genre: Deep House/House/Tech 
Album: On & On EP (Original Mix) + (exclusive Strange Fruit Remix)
Label: Counterfeit Fun Records
Catalog # CFR112

Strange Fruit Exclusive Mix for Electric Playground Radio Show (Q101.1 FM CHICAGO)

Electric Playground

Electric Playground

YES… true EDM has found its way to Chicago’s airwaves on 101WKQX!

Six hours of beats in the birthplace of House music.

A truly world-class roster of Chicago DJs will hit your ears each week, including names like Green Velvet, Gene Farris, Nathan Scott, Alex Peace, Orville Kline, Louie Loop, Nosmo, Andre Solaris, Strange Fruit, DangerWayne, Dino G, Diz, Zebo, Kings of Class and more, hosted each week by Just Joey.

If you miss any parts of the show, we’ll have the audio posted here after it airs, so be sure and bookmark this page

Check out exclusive mix by Strange Fruit,

recorded LIVE for “Electric Playground” on Q101.1 FM



Strange Fruit – Summer High (Original Mix)
Strange Fruit – Easy Lee (Victor Vega Club Mix)
Strange Fruit – Ghost Dance (Original Mix)
Strange Fruit – Do Your Thing/Ratatata (Original Mix)
Strange Fruit – Two Soft Tacos (Original Mix)
Alt-J/Strange Fruit – Breezeblocks (Strange Fruit Dark Edit)
Electric Playground with Strange Fruit

Electric Playground Q101.1 FM




“To calculate the net worths, we took into account all music sales, merchandise, touring revenue, licensing, endorsements, real estate, royalties and more. We obtained that information from all publicly available sources, promoters, managers, club owners and, in some cases, the artists themselves. Finally, we took out taxes and various other fees to cover management, agents and legal expenses.” As a result, there’s a lot of margin for error in these numbers. Please take these numbers with a grain of salt and do not believe they are all 100% true. In fact, deadmau5 disputed Celebrity Net Worth’s assertions in 2011. However, these numbers are still very interesting to look at. We hope to hear what some of the following producers have to say about their listed net worth.

1) Tiesto: $90 million
2) Avicii: $60 million
3) Armin van Buuren: $46 million
4) Deadmau5: $45 million
5) Kaskade: $35 million
6) Moby: $30 million
7) Skrillex: $28 million
8) Fatboy Slim: $23 million
9) Hardwell: $17 million
10) Carl Cox: $16 million
11) Zedd: $15 million
12) Diplo: $15 million
13) Martin Garrix: $14 million
14) Richie Hawtin: $8.5 million
15) Eric Prydz: $4.5 million

[H/T: CelebrityNetWorth.comEDM Sauce]


Best in Class – New Deep House Mix by Strange Fruit

Best in Class by Strange Fruit

Best in Class by Strange Fruit

Best in Class – New Deep House Mix by Strange Fruit [FREE DOWNLOAD]

‘Best In Class” the newest mix from Strange Fruit is remarkable. This deep house journey to the world of smooth, old-school stylized house vibes evokes a sea of good memories. Perfectly crafted structure of this mix keeps your imagination up and awake, yearning for another beat. A hint of dark energy subtly intertwined within the set gives you something to dwell on while the summer slowly fades away. ‘Best In Class’ is a justified excuse to pause for a while and do a little day dreaming and dancing.



Artist: Strange Fruit 
Genre: Deep House/House/Tech 
Album: BEST in CLASS 2014
Label: CFR (un-categorized)

Who Are This Year’s Lowest Paid DJs? (See the full list)


Forbes Magazine recently reported on the “Electronic Cash Kings” of 2014 and the results—to many—were jaw dropping. That guy who throws cakes all the time netted $23 million, while that guy who eats cakes all the time netted $22 million. David Guetta? $30 million. Calvin Harris? A whopping $66 million. And here I thought all those $60 tickets and headlining slots were just going to charity. As a curious consumer, I was keen to learn what life was like for DJs on the other end of the spectrum.

This year’s lowest paid DJs are:

10. Retail and Restaurant DJs

1If you’ve ever been to a Guess, Cactus Club, Abercrombie, or TOPSHOP you’ve likely grooved along with number 10 on our list; the capitalist dogs on top of the local DJ shit list. Retail and restaurant DJs will often (but not always) be an off-duty store employee that totally has a residency and a Traktor S2. Playing one to four times a month and netting $250 to $500 per shift, what they lack in credibility they make up for in store credit.

9. Wedding DJs

2Wedding DJs came close to the top this year, citing the ’90s generation as the reason for both their continued success and hatred of their jobs. Compared to Calvin Harris’ $300k per Vegas gig, wedding DJs took a more humble $500 to $750 per gig between Q1 and Q4 this fiscal year. We reached out to a prominent wedding DJ and he was eager to tell us that he “got a bridesmaid’s number” in 2013, though she did not end up texting him back.

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2014 Forbes Highest Paid DJs List: Electronic Cash Kings 2014


If there’s one list we can’t wait to read every year, it’s the Forbes Highest Paid DJs list (aka the “Electronic Cash Kings”). Not really, but there’s always some kind of reassurance that “hey, those DJs who headline every festival worldwide really are making the money we assume they are.” The 2014 list doesn’t differ too greatly from the 2013 “Cash Kings,” although DJ Pauly D(your girl’s favorite DJ) did not return.

Calvin Harris tops the list for a second year in a row (although he earned $20 million more than he did in 2013), with David Guetta beating out Tiesto for second place. Avicii and Tiesto actually tied, as did Armin van Buuren and Steve Angello. The rest of the list is pretty much the same, although Hardwell and Zedd make appearances this year (which make sense, considering the success of Zedd’s “Clarity” and all of the touring Hardwell did in 2013, especially after his #1 DJ Mag Top 100 DJs placement). There aren’t any real surprises, though. Check out the full list below.

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Strange Fruit – SUMMER HIGH (Original Mix) [Wülfpack]



 Strange Fruit – Summer High (Original Mix) [Wulfpack]

Strange Fruit is a name that soon won’t need an introduction. This Los Angeles based DJ duo is up to some serious music making. Strange Fruit have only one aim – to produce music that comes straight from the heart and settles in hearts of others. Drawing the essence out of Deep, Tech and House music, Strange Fruit creates a genre of its own, crafting each track to tell a genuine story.”

“In the middle of summer season there’s nothing more soothing than a fresh and crispy tune to underline the beauty of this time of the year. With its addicting vocal samples and deep uplifting beat, Summer High brings all of the good memories back for us to savor once again. Guitar riffs near the end of the track add a speck of nostalgia to it – a reminder to love every passing minute”


Strange Fruit- SUMMER HIGH (Original Mix)

Strange Fruit- SUMMER HIGH (Original Mix)






Artist: Strange Fruit 
Genre: Deep House/House/Tech 
Album: Summer High (Original Mix) 
Label: Wulfpack 
Catalog # WULF005

What to Do If You Spill Beer or Booze on Your Mixer, Laptop, or Controller


We all know the horror of spilling beer or some other liquid on our beloved DJ gear. Chances are that at one time or another, you or a friend has had the unthinkable happen at a gig or a party. Fear not, though—it doesn’t always have to be the end of the world. Knowing what to do and acting quickly can save your precious equipment—and possibly some disappointment and money. Here’s how to do DJ-gear damage control when disaster strikes.



It’s the end of a night, you’ve been playing for several hours, maybe knocked back a beer or two yourself. You take your eye off the ball for a second and disaster strikes! A drink is  splashed all over your gear, pouring into all every opening—between the jog-wheels and into faders, or all over your laptop’s keyboard. When this happens, you don’t have a second to waste if you want to save your stuff from a watery death.


If you’re a “show must go on” kind of performer, then by all means, find some other method of keeping the set going—but that’s not what this story is about. Quite the contrary, we are in “forget about the music” mode now and trying to rescue your gear. The first things you need to do are:

1. Pull out your power cables and battery (in the case of a laptop)unplug-power


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