2013-09-26T14:34:15+00:00 2013-09-26T14:07:20+00:00

Charlie Darker Mix for Hounds of Hell Tour


As two titans of the scene prepare to embark on one of the biggest and longest dance music tours to date, numerous cities throughout America and Canada are doing some preparations of their own. Over thirty cities of partygoers are about to be immersed in the Hounds of Hell Tour, with co-headliners Wolfgang Gartner and Tommy Trash. While those two are quickly becoming household names, be sure not to overlook the tour support, in the form of rising star Charlie Darker and Bass Kleph

To promote the tour, Charlie Darker  was nice enough to record an exclusive mix. Here we have a hard-hitting electro narrative with carefully placed vocal cuts and bass-powered drops. A great technical mix, Charlie obviously put some time into this one, as you can tell by the smooth transitions and well thought out track arrangements. In the mix you'll find recognizable vocals from maybe some unexpected sources, alongside a slew of original Charlie Darker productions supported by some of CD's favourite tunes. 

Without further ado, Charlie's Hounds of Hell Tour mix:


The Hounds of Hell Tour is Charlie's first bus tour, and is sure to be his coming out party to many clubgoers across Canada and the United States. 









About Charlie Darker:

Hailing from Montreal, QC, Charlie Darker received accolades from some of the top producers in the industry very early on, including Tiësto, Hardwell, Zedd, Porter Robinson, and Steve Aoki to name a few. He's released tracks on some very notable labels including Mad Decent, Dim Mak and Kindergarten Recordings. 

In a time where dance culture is beginning to feel homogenized and a bit too safe, Charlie Darker prides himself on bringing unpredictability and an element of danger into the scene. What to expect from CD? Gritty bass rhythms supported by memorable melodies. Look out for him in 2014 as he's clearly ready to lead the charge.



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