Posted by Middy on March 10, 2014
Eric Prydz is the man. What was previously titled the “Waterpark ID” by his ID hungry fans on the torturous Eric Prydz forum (so many unreleased songs, it is hard to deal with) has been given a name by the melodic master “Liberate”. This is the type of a song that makes you feel like you are floating on a bed of cumulous clouds while being gently massaged by a warm sun rays and a steady breeze as you drink a cold mojito. Close your eyes and let Eric Prydz take you away. No word on release date, but it will be the title track from his next EP. Also if you are in Miami on March 27th, you are going to Eric Prydz’s party with Deadmau5 at the Ice Palace, it is just going to happen. It is the best party that night in town, hands down, no questions asked, where do you sign.
Posted by Middy on February 18, 2014
Young Dutch phenom, the man responsible for hits like “Pallaroid” and “Flute“, Thomas Newson is back with anther tune that is a decidedly different tone and style from his previous productions. “Don’t Hold Us” is paired with the progressive house branch of Armada, Zouk, where this tune will work well within his discography and the label’s. Newson has collabs on the way with Bassjackers and Blinders, so don’t expect him to quiet down anytime soon. “Don’t Hold Us” is slated for release February 24th, so be on the lookout for it then.
Posted by Middy on February 12, 2014
Kindergarten Records signee Popeska has unveiled the preview for his upcoming, more melodic single “Heart Of Glass” with Denny White on vocals. Unlike his his fellow Atlanta natives who are incapable of handling a little snow, Popeska shows the fortitude to handle change and make something different with this concept. Heart Of Glass is the first of a three part “Spirit Animal” series coming from Popeska on Kindergarten that is more melodic and conceptual than his previous more hard hitting tunes in the past. The tune comes out February 18th, so get ready for all three songs.
Posted by Mel on February 12, 2014
Made famous by Swedish House Mafia, John Martin got notoriety for a reason and that’s because he has an incredible voice. His first solo work since doing the vocals for the two SHM songs and the “Reload” edit is here and it’s a good one. “Anywhere For You”, superbly produced by Michel Zitron, is a crossover progressive house and pop song that is ever so popular these days. This is in no way a unique song but it is done extremely well and that sets it apart from the many similar to it. Martin’s vocals with Zitron’s stand out production is just too good to pass up. Sadly, the release is not until April 7th so we’ll have to wait a bit to get our hands on it. Also, a guy and a girl kiss in the video so if you’re into that sort of thing I’m sure you’ll enjoy it. It actually takes place at 3:10 so pause it and enjoy.
Posted by Middy on February 9, 2014
I am a little late with this preview, but Lush & Simon flex their melodic muscles once again with Bingo Staar’s country tinged tune “Dust Bowl Children”. There is no release date yet, but stay tuned for this one that has already been supported by the biggest DJs around. Coming up, the vocal mix of “City Of Lights” is on its way and they have a new single with Tom Swoon coming soon on Ultra Music, so be on the lookout for a preview that should be uploaded any day now.
Posted by Middy on January 21, 2014
W&W release a new solo original once every 6 or so months, “Thunder” being their last one, and they seem to dominate the dance music landscape whenever they do. Thunderous as ever, “Bigfoot” is as big and powerful as we have seen a tune from W&W, with the detail that separates them from their countless imitators. W&W have created another seismic bomb with “Bigfoot”, so prep your speakers and your ear drums for when this hits stores February 10th.