Articles Tagged: EDM

Steve Noxx Summer 2013 House & Techno Mix

July 31st, 2013 | By

‘Strictly Electronic Beats’ includes a selection of my current favorite house, tech-house and techno tunes (EDM for those listening over the pond) – with a couple of my bootlegs and mashups thrown in for good measure. It’s been a long time since I’ve recorded a studio mix so check it out (download link on SoundCloud too).



Sharam Jey & Kolombo – Nonstop! (Original Mix)
Jesse Garcia & Dario Nunez – Bounge (Original Mix)
Baby Anne – Mad Skillz (Original Mix)
Roberto Capuano – Vertigo (Original Mix)
Phunk Investigation & Groovebox – Strictly Funk (Original Mix)
Pleasurekraft & Jaceo & Vedic – 313 (Detroit Calling) (Original Mix)
Breach vs Fake Blood – I Want Your Mars, Jack (Steve Noxx Mashup)
Gary Caos – Soul Power ’74 (Sax Power 2K13)
Groovebox – Brooklyn (Original Mix)
Fatboy Slim & Riva Starr – Eat, Sleep, Rave, Repeat (Main Vocal Mix)
Daft Punk – Get Lucky (Steve Noxx Remix)
Zombie Nation – Pony (Modek Remix)
Wolfgang Gartner – Anaconda (Original Mix)
Raw Silk – Do It To The Music (Federico Scavo Remix)
Armand Van Helden feat. Duane Harden – You Don’t Know Me (Michael Woods Remix)

Daft Punk – Get Lucky (Steve Noxx Remix)

May 8th, 2013 | By

It’s been a while since I’ve done any Steve Noxx cheeky remixes, but I couldn’t resist this one. Check out my sun kissed house remix of ‘Daft Punk featuring Pharell Williams – Get Lucky’ ready for the summer season. It’s not exactly my normal style but I couldn’t resist funkin’ it up – hopefully to be played many times in Ibiza this year.

Steve Noxx presents Quartermass

April 29th, 2013 | By

Michael-Lee Collard and Steve Noxx formed Quartermass and recorded their debut four track EP – Kaput! in their Cardiff (Wales/UK) based studio. Kaput!, combines original vocals, synths and guitars with lashings of big electronic beats and filthy bass (listen below).

Quartermass - Michael-Lee Collard & Steve NoxxProducer Steve Noxx said: “We wanted to create an original sound that would appeal to a festival crowd and global dance floors alike. Electronic dance music, electro, indie, pop and rock are being combined in events like Ibiza Rocks and we love it, so it seems the perfect time to be launching something like Quartermass.”


Vocalist and guitarist Michael-Lee Collard said: “The idea to form came about after discussing our influences, and basically what we are into. Steve and I do share similar tastes, but have performed music in the past that could be considered poles apart. Our influences are diverse and we wanted to reflect that in the music. We love film scores and advert music so that naturally came into our compositions. We wanted to make something deeper than the norm.”

Quartermass’s influences for ‘Kaput!’ included Joy Division, Chemical Brothers, Crystal Castles, Unkle and Gorillaz.

“Bankrupt”, a heavyweight in-your-face song with foundation shaking beats, bass and pissed off vocals. Guitars, synths and a drum machine – start as we mean to go on!

“Push Delete”, is all about big trippy drums and distorted synths, with an understated laidback vocal.

“Don’t Kick Out” features layered guitars with synthesized beats and a huge distorted bass guitar. The vocals complete this track with full on attitude.

“Losing My Soul” finishes off the EP in style. It’s crafted around a filthy pitch bending electro bassline with a really catchy vocal chorus based on abject themes displayed in the lyrics.