Progressive House | Triarchy Just Released a Progressive House Track You Need to Check Out

Posted by on August 18, 2016


Miami resident Triarchy has made a name for himself over the years by being extremely prolific and crafting edits that have earned him the support of names such as: Avicii, The Chainsmokers, Steve Aoki, and even the legendary Swedish House Mafia to name a few. He has taken all he has learned throughout his successful years in the music industry to form a new sound, and his latest track “Why You Love Me” perfectly captures this energy. In this release, Triarchy layers soulful R&B-style vocals on top of a huge progressive house track. Look out for Triarchy as he continues this string of new releases and new sounds.

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Progressive House | Chris Schambacher Breathes Fresh Life Into “Axion – Of My Soul”

Posted by on July 18, 2016

There’s not much that I thought the progressive house scene could give me. Those times sort of died down a couple years ago, around 2013-2015 – or so I thought. Chris Schambacher has injected some serious juice into “Axion – Of My Soul”. The single knocks the boots off the original and makes the atmosphere feel like a good time, instantly.

Chris Schambacher is making the rounds that everyone needs to make to rise in the ranks within dance music. This dude seems focused, has an eye for details, and should be on your “to watch” list.

Progressive House | Ingenia’s “Horizon” Is Something The World Needs Right Now

Posted by on July 11, 2016

“Horizon” has one of the more unique and hospitable stories the world really needs right now. Duo Ingenia have paired up with Robin Vane which not only bred a dope house sound that will soften your heart, but also speaks a message that few could experience: The ups and downs Robin Vane had as he dealt with young abused victims through the company Thrive World.

For Ingenia, this will be their last song before they go their separate ways. A sad moment, but one that will only bring more success for Jordi and Wouter in the future.

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Melodic Progressive | Alex H Resurrects Kaskade’s “4AM” With a glowing remix

Posted by on June 5, 2016

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I have been following Alex H for some time now. Known for his glowing melodies and inspiring compositions, Alex H has decided to take a spin on Kaskade’s timeless 4AM. He has added himself to a roster of artists who have attempted to share their creative vision for this tune, however, this one stands out as pristine. Close your eyes, and happy travels.

Progressive House | Australian Talent WILL K Unleashes Tribal House ‘Hakai’

Posted by on May 16, 2016

Upcoming Australian talent WILL K is constantly evolving and improving as a DJ/producer. His 2016 exploits already include releases on Oxygen and Release Records, whilst officially remixing Flo Rida’s ‘Dirty Mind’. Now the whizz kid has just unleased ‘Hakai’ on Sander Van Doorn’s ‘Doorn Records imprint, which certainly packs a punch! Oozing tribal influences through drum rolls and an vocal chant within the break, this is a festival anthem in the making with support from artists including Axwell & Ingrosso, Martin Garrix, Steve Angello and many more!

Melodic Progressive | ‘Stay Out’ with Max Vangeli & Connor Foley

Posted by on May 2, 2016

NoFace Records, the imprint of Stateside star Max Vangeli, has already made a big impression with previous releases including ‘Shine’ which received a special VIP remix and ‘Blow This Club’, which was also ‘Most Played Newcomer Track’. Now, available from May 2nd, Max Vangeli teams up singer/song-writer Connor Foley for ‘Stay Out’, which features lovely rhythm guitars, progressive chords, soothing strings and Connor’s angelic vocals! This is the sound of the summer! This is ‘Stay Out’. Grab it HERE.

Progressive House | Trivecta Focuses On His Progressive-Trance Roots With “Into The Limelight”

Posted by on April 20, 2016

Trivecta’s “Into The Limelight (feat. Danyka Nadeau)” speaks volumes about the continuous presence of older genres, Monstercat’s curation style in 2016, and showcases Trivecta in a shell he’s quite comfortable in.

Some may say genres like progressive and trance are fading away, but as you can see from the play hits and traction of this tune, the audience is far from dispersing. “Into The Limelight (feat. Danyka Nadeau)” combines the two sounds in an epic, anthem-like way that’s the opposite of generic. It’s an engine that carries you into a universe all it’s own. This tune made my day.