Posted by BIGLIFE on July 10, 2014
Oliver Heldens is the darling of the booking world. Everyone loves the guy, and it’s easy to see why. I do, however, have a little problem with Koala. It’s predictable. It’s repetitive. Dare I say it’s a little too smilier to a certain future house contemporary? I won’t go that far. The bottom line is that it’s always tough to follow up a hit with another hit. That’s what differentiates a star from a one hit wonder. To Oliver’s credit, expectations are always high after a hit, and it’s hard to match the previous excitement. Do I think Oliver’s a one hit wonder? No. I just think this new offering should have been stronger.
Posted by Middy on June 28, 2014
From the dudes who brought you the vocal anthem “I Am” (Yes it was them who made it and then Axwell just touched it up), comes another surefire summer hit. Sick Individuals are about as talented a producing duo as there are out there and “Wasting Moonlight” only helps cement that further. Get ready for this to drop on July 14th.
Posted by BIGLIFE on June 18, 2014
We heard rips. We’ve heard snippets. We finally have the official preview of Dash Berlin and Jay Cosmic’s “Here Tonight” with Collin McLoughlin that releases July 4th on Armaada. I’ve got goosebumps writing this post. This song could become the biggest song of Dash’s career. Absolute goosebumps right now. What a track! Be sure to order part one of Dash Berlin’s “We Are” album coming soon. Feel the love inside us here tonight, here tonight! Dash Berlin. Jay Cosmic. Collin Mcloughlin. Summer anthem city.
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Posted by Middy on May 15, 2014
On the eve of their show at Webster Hall tomorrow (we may have some words with them, not like the words they have in hockey, but real ones), the Bixel Boys preview a new remix, this time for Canadian songstress Kiesza. “Hideaway” has quietly become an underground sensation with remixes already in the books by the likes of Gorgon City and Dzeko & Torres, with many more to come. Drawing us back in to the smooth and sexy sound we know from them after a more aggressive effort for Thomas Newson, the California duo create a jam fit for their own coasts and your pools. There is no release date yet, but we hope it is this summer so you can jam poolside.
Posted by Middy on April 17, 2014
The wait is over. The biggest tune of 2014 thus far is here. Get ready for “Payback” from Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman & Steve Angello. Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman are going to have the same meteoric rise that MAKJ did after “Countdown” with Hardwell. This is the best thing DV&W have done in their career and the best thing Steve has done in a long time. April 22nd, prepare your bodies.
Posted by Middy on March 22, 2014
It’s been a little while since we last heard from Pierce Fulton, but he is back in 2014 with a vengeance, ready to commence his release schedule with a bang. Just In time for WMC, he previews his first originals since “Where We Were” last August. “Old Man & The Sea” was first premiered at his debut headlining Webster Hall show in October and has since been number one priority for his fans. He packages that with another equally melodic tune “Runaway” that features some rare male vocals, but is something that works on his tunes, as seen with his “Don’t Be Afraid” remix. The EP is coming March 31st, so get ready.
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.