It’s been a while since we’ve featured this guy on our site. From Huge Euge to Veltman and back to Huge Euge, he’s finally released his first EP, this one consisting of 3, I would say pretty massive tunes. He’s opened for many big names, Zedd, Fedde, Nervo, to name a few. Please support the hometown hero here on Beatport. Check him out at Santos Party House on Lafayette Street, NYC this Saturday. CMB is proud of you!
The song is listed as Veltman, but sources say that the Jersey producer will be going back to his original name of Huge Euge. Anyways, here’s another original jam with some hot vocals. The song has a slight dubstep riff near the end, but overall I’m feelin this track.
If you’re in the tri-state area definitely check him out at Pacha NYC, he’ll be opening for Rebecca & Fiona. Enjoy bros.
This is Veltman’s first original production. For those who don’t know, Veltman is formerly known as Huge Euge, the artist that brought us a few hot bootlegs and this NYE playlist. Veltman is definitely trying to make moves in the electro-house world, and Phoenix is definitely a jump start. The bass kicks fucking heavy and the synths are smooth. Great work by the kid out of Rutgers. Support him here. Oh and by the way, he’ll be at Pacha in NYC this Friday for the Mothership Tour with Skrillex. Enjoy bros.
Here at CMB we want to make sure that everyone always has music to ball out to. We all know some of you are throwing your own NYE events and what not. For those of you forgot the playlist, throw this one on. For those of you who have a playlist, I’d still check this mix out, definitely worth your time. In the meantime, enjoy the end of 2011, may 2012 be as amazing, if not better.
Pardon the shitty title, it’s been a long week. However, there’s nothin better than a weekend full of great parties and even greater music to keep you moving. I doubt any of you know this guy but, Huge Euge, a Rutgers University native, comes to us with two dope bootleg/mashups whatever you music nerds want to call it. Credentials? He’s played basement shows for Solveig, Gold, and Ingrosso at Pacha NYC. The kids got talent, whether it be producing or dj’ing. I wouldn’t be surprised if you started to hear his name more and more. Enjoy bros.