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If there is one DJ/Producer who will never disappoint an audience its Trent Cantrelle. When Pete Tong first discovered Trent’s tune “Runaway”, Trent was immediately dubbed one of the hottest dance talents from the U.S.

 

 

Since then, Cantrelle has been DJing all over the globe, playing some of the biggest clubs and festivals including Coachella, and The Electric Daisy Carnival. Next to DJing, Trent is a talented producer, dropping heavily charted hits such as his Turbofunks “Gotta Move” remix and his Pete Hellers rework of “Big Love”.

 

 

Over the years, Cantrelle has built an impressive arsenal of original tracks and remixes that have appeared on labels such as Ministry Of Sound, Toolroom, Perfecto, Interscope, Subliminal, & Ultra. Trent is also known for his tracks “Come With Me” and the DMC Buzz Chart top ten “Robot” Some of his latest releases include his remix of “Drunk Text” and his remix of “Serious” by Manufactured Superstars.

 

 

With diverse DJ sets in front of thousands of people, talented original tracks, and remixes, it is clear that Cantrelle isn’t planning to slow down anytime soon. You can check out the music video for his newest track ‘Night Like This’ below.

 

 

Catch Trent Cantrelle alongside Manuel De Le Mare on July 14th 2012 at XS.

The Italian Stallion

 

Italian born Producer/DJ Manuel De Le Mare lives a life of passion and dedication towards his love of music. Manuel formulated his own sound by fusing together elements of dance, deep house, techno beats, and minimal melodies. Well renowned artists including Mark Knight, and Fedde Le Grand recognize these unique creations and back his talents.

 

Over the last few years Manuel has managed to develop a global fan base that has allowed him to perform throughout Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa, as well as North and South America. De Le Mare has played at many global venues including Ministry of Sound, Womb, Fabrik, Space Ibiza, Amnesia, and Ultra Music Festival.

 

 

On top of being a talented DJ and Producer, Manuel also runs record labels 303 lovers, & Hot Fingers with Alex Kenji, and Luigi Rocca. These record labels have released many titles on Beatport by such artists as Federico Scavo, Alex Kenji, Mario Ochoa, Prok & Fitch, & Alex Costa to name a few.

 

Manuel’s success in the industry has proven to be superior and unique. You can definitely expect more to come in the future from this talented artist.

 

Catch Manuel De Le Mare alongside Trent Cantrelle at XS Night club in Toronto on Saturday July 14th, 2012.

Juiced Up

 

Robbie Rivera’s obsession with music started at the young age of 10. Robbie used to buy records from many acts including New Order, Depeche mode, and U2. It was these influential musicians that eventually lead to an endless collection of original Robbie Rivera productions that were released on labels such as Subliminal, Filtered, Positiva, Mos, and Strictly Rhythm.

 

Shortly after his success on the production side of things, Robbie founded the world-renowned label known as Juicy Music. Rivera has released many tracks including collaborations with artists such as Axwell, and has remixed tracks by big names including Tiesto, Madonna, David Guetta, Kaskade, and Deadmau5. One of Robbie’s biggest tracks, “Funkatron”, serves as an influence to many house classics today.

 

 

 

Rivera is constantly exploring music, but the highlight of his career comes from his label, Juicy Music. Juicy’s roster includes artists such as Antoine Clamaran, Coburn, Superchumbo, Mark Knight, David Guetta, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso.

 

In 2005 Rivera launched the world-renown Juicy Beach party at WMC in Miami. On top of it all, is Robbie’s radio show, The Juicy Show featuring today’s top guest DJs such as Laidback Luke, Benny Benassi, and Alex Gaudino.

 

 

 

Robbie Rivera knows how to dj, produce, run a label, host a radio show, and throw crazy parties in Miami. He has proven to be the whole package, and isn’t planning to stop anytime soon.

 

Catch Robbie Rivera alongside Hot Mouth on July 13th, 2012 at Maison!

Thank You Steve

 

We don’t typically post about anything other than electronic music, but exceptions always need to be made.

 

Professional photographer and colleuge, Steve Carty has been holding a camera in his hands for nearly 20 years, and is generous enough to share his gift with emerging photographers. Carty is the head of Hermann & Audrey’s photography mentorship program, where he helps newcomers build their portfolios and learn what it takes to succeed in the business.

 

Steve Carty has worked with many well-known faces including Colin Firth, Thom Yorke of Radiohead, Daft Punk, John Legend, Kanye West, and Many More. His work has also been featured in many magazines such as Nuvo, Naked Eye, InTouch Weekly and many more.

 

 

 

 

Carty’s involvement with Provoke has proven to be nothing short of exceptional. Steve is responsible for photography for Damn Kids, Northend, Jed Harper, and Gabe Gallucci.

 

 

  

 

 

Currently, Carty works out of Toronto, New York, and Vancouver, and has officially released his book titled “Positives.” Check out his website and some of his material here.

 

We thank you Steve, for your tireless pursuit of professionalism and untouchable persona of class.