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The Clinton VanSciver Takeover! [turntable.fm x Beatport]

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clintonavatarWhat comes after releasing an EP that is climbing charts and sending fans into a frenzy? World domination, of course! And what better place to start than Turntable.fm, where Clinton VanSciver will be taking over the the room of DJ Wooooo for a dance party extravaganza today at 2 pm (PDT). Turntable.fm, a music website popular for its ability to connect DJs with fans and making it easy to listen to music with friends, has been slated as the most original music site in years, and Clinton VanSciver is sure to fill a virtual room to its limits with eager fans wanting more from this heavy hitting producer.

DJ Wooooo’s House/Dance/Electro Turntable.fm Room

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BEATPORT CHART DOMINATION

The release of “Indie Anna Jones EP” has proved to be a major success. Just take a look at where the groundbreaking album has placed at BeatPort in just eight days since its release: #15 on Progressive House, #14 on Dubstep, and #10 on Glitch Hop. From the looks of it, “Indie Anna Jones EP” is making its way onto all the Beatport charts that we bass heads love so dearly. Prepare yourself for a wild afternoon of live spinning from Clinton VanSciver over at turntable.fm (follow the link to ensure instant party), grab the four-track legendary “Indie Anna Jones EP”, and let Clinton transform your Wednesday into a “Woooooooo-dnesday”! See what I did there? Awesome.

MING + 2Beeps To Premiere “King Kong” On Turntable.fm

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One way to cure your Monday blues this next week is to check out Ming’s set at turntable.fm. Ming will be taking over the DJ Wooooo’s House/Dance/Electro room at 1 p.m. PST to give you all a preview of his upcoming EP, King Kong.

#1 Tech Site in the world posts about Steve Aoki and his album Wonderland, Turntable.fm & Sol Republic!

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Listen to Steve Aoki World Premiere Tracks on Turntable.FM Right Now

Musicians streaming and debuting tracks online is nothing new, but using Turntable.FM as an outlet for those songs is somewhat unheard of. Yet, that’s exactly what Steve Aoki is doing, being the first established musician to premiere two brand new tracks on the social music service for the first time.

Aoki’s been a mainstay in the LA electronic scene for the last half-decade or so, will be playing in his Turntable.FM room starting now. 200 people at a time can hop in the room and give them a listen (and if you want to see behind the scenes there’s also a Ustream channel here). Furthermore, Sol Republic is involved in this, and are giving away free headphones during the listening session. So hop on over and check it all out. – Gizmodo

Check out the full post here.