Steve Aoki x Ray Kurzweil - The singularity A mash up of 2 worlds EDM and Evolution Theory
After our North American continent debut last year, we now continue with our first show in Canada. Bud Light presents Sensation Canada will take place on June 1 at Toronto’s Rogers Centre. We’re bringing the mighty ‘Ocean of White’ show, a wondrous world of nocturnal sea life where flames shoot from the ceiling, acrobats rappel down from the roof, giant jellyfish hover above the dance floor and carnival floats part the crowds. Let the following dj’s guide you into the abyss (in order of appearance):
No Sensation without Mr. White. Our pale-faced resident perfectly knows how to set the mood and creates the right vibe with subtle house and techhouse grooves. He’s been traveling the world alongside the show for several years now, rocking dancefloors all over the world. Mr. White is your perfect start of the evening!
2000 and one
A respected dj with a peculiar artist name. 2000 and one used to be his bank card code. This Amsterdam based techno jock has been around the block, gaining experience all over the world. A quality producer that’s also responsible for popular techno labels like 100% pure, Area Remote and Bitten. 2000 and one is a regular at Sensation events and will let you experience Amsterdam’s finest house and techno tunes.
Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
These gents made their first Sensation appearance at the world premiere of ‘Celebrate Life’ in Amsterdam, back in 2010. Well known for their infectious sets, Sunnery and Ryan are performing everywhere. From Ibiza to New York to Brazil, everybody loves their sound. They’re currently storming the charts with their new track ‘Firefaces’ and loads of new tracks are coming up. Get ready for Holland’s finest house tag team.
Fedde Le Grand
Fedde and Sensation are a clearcut match. He’s played over 25 Sensations already and the collaboration continues. Fedde perfectly knows what the Sensation crowds wants and delivers every time. Even though he’s touring non stop, he still manages to produce big tracks. His latest tracks ‘Raw’ and ‘Long way from home’ are destroying dancefloors all over the world!
Scoring mainstream and underground hits at the same time, Eric Prydz is a well respected dj and producer. With hits like ‘call on me’ and Pink Floyd’s ‘another brick in the wall’ remix, he stormed the charts. Meanwhile he’s been steadily dropping credible progressive house and techno tracks on his own highly acclaimed labels, Pryda and Mouseville. Eric Prydz is about combining signature basslines with catchy hooks and enchanting melodies, perfect music for Sensation.
From a youth spent sneaking into Stockholm’s underground nightclubs to the ardent support of Swedish House Mafias’ assorted members, Otto Jettman is undoubtedly the next in a line of new talent to emerge from the Refune Records stronghold. His massive hit ‘Million Voices’ rocked festivals all over the world and there’s a lot more to come!
Lee Grant is a regular at Sensation and well known for his perfect timing. In addition to performing at festivals all over the world, he also accompanies Fedde le Grand on tour often. Gee perfectly knows how to read the Sensation crowd. Never a dull moment with this MC!*
Moon Rise has an amazing line up but it's literally the next weekend after I do Sensation Canada. So I guess I can scratch that off the list. Not going to lie though I'm Jealous of the person I do know who is going.
DJ Shiftee - the GOD killing turntables.
Why Some People See Sound
Some people may actually see sounds, say researchers who found this odd ability is possible when the parts of the brain devoted to vision are small.
These findings points to a clever strategy the brain might use when vision is unreliable, investigators added.
Scientists took a closer look at the sound-induced flash illusion. When a single flash is followed by two bleeps, people sometimes also see two illusory consecutive flashes.
Past experiments revealed there are strong differences between individuals when it comes to how prone they are to this illusion. “Some would experience it almost every time a flash was accompanied by two bleeps, others would almost never see the second flash,” said researcher Benjamin de Haas, a neuroscientist at University College London.These differences suggested to de Haas and his colleagues that maybe variations in brain anatomy were behind who saw the illusion and who did not. To find out, the researchers analyzed the brains of 29 volunteers with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and tested them with flashes and bleeps.On average, the volunteers saw the illusion 62 percent of the time, although some saw it only 2 percent of the time while others saw it 100 percent of the time. They found the smaller a person’s visual cortex was — the part of the brain linked with vision —the more likely he or she experienced the illusion.
“If we both look at the same thing, we would expect our perception to be identical,” de Haas told LiveScience. “Our results demonstrate that this not quite true in every situation — sometimes what you perceive depends on your individual brain anatomy.”
The researchers suggest this illusion could reveal a way the brain compensates for imperfect visual circuitry.
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video is amazing a must watch. Especially if you ever went on a journey. Even better to watch on 2 screens
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2 time DMC champ DJ Shiftee - Noise 2012 live set
Shiftee has been one of the most amazing DJs I’ve seen live. True Creator.