The Party Hour

Premiere DateApr 12, 2014
Categories Electronic Music
00:00    J.Dayz
01:20    NRG (Skrillex, Kill the Noise, Milo & Otis Remix) Duck Sauce
05:17    Memories (feat. Kid Cudi) (Armand Van Helden Remix) David Guetta
10:43    Pumped Up Kicks (Grouplove & Captain Cuts Remix) Foster The People
14:37    Hot Mess (feat. Elly Jackson) (Duck Sauce Remix) Chromeo
19:58    Let’s Make Love and Listen To Death From Above (Calvin Harris Remix) CSS
24:29    J.Dayz
25:28    What You Need (Chromeo Remix) Tiga
28:36    I Will Come Back Holy Ghost!
33:56    Of Moons, Birds & Monsters (Holy Ghost! Remix) MGMT
39:54    Roll Up (Baauer Remix) Flosstradamus
43:03    Kissin’ Pink (feat. A$AP Ferg) A$AP Rocky
46:30    Money Makin’ (Oliver Twizt Trap Remix) A-Trak & Dillon Francis
51:49    Big Bad Wolf (Toddla T Remix) Duck Sauce
56:09    J.Dayz
58:33    Aerosol Can Major Lazer feat. Pharrell Williams
61:35    Finish

Party Hour 04/12/14

Welcome to a Coachella weekend edition of the Party Hour on BreakThru Radio. Tonight we packed the playlist with a bunch of the artist set to hit the stage out in California over the next two weekends. We mix of the the night with tracks from Holy Ghost!, A$AP Ferg, Flosstradamus, Kid Cudi and Calvin Harris. We also kick off the show with brand new music from Duck Sauce and Skrillex!

Pharrell Williams

May 31        Hollywood Bowl            Los Angeles, CA
Jun 01        Hollywood Bowl            Los Angeles, CA
June 10        Verizon Arena            North Little Rock, AR
Jun 14        PNC Arena            Raleigh, NC


Apr 15        Commodore Ballroom        Vancouver, BC
Apr 16        The Showbox            Seattle, WA
Apr 19        The Marquee            Phoenix, AZ
Apr 30        House Of Blues            Boston, MA
May 05        Lincoln Hall            Chicago, IL
May 06        First Avenue            Minneapolis, MN


Apr 16        Orpheum Theatre        Los Angeles, CA

Host J. Dayz
Music has always been a huge apart of John Day's life. If you were to ask him when he started DJing, he may tell you it was actually before he ever owned a piece of real equipment. As a teenager, John (or…