Preview | Zeds Dead & Oliver Heldens – You Know

Posted by on January 9, 2015

Coming as no news to us, Zeds Dead (who confirmed the collaboration at Lights All Night) and Oliver Heldens preview their “You Know” collaboration due out February 2nd on Spinnin’ Records. You know what grinds my gears? We had the scoop two weeks before anyone else. Of course, other blogs get the credit. Doesn’t matter though, we love to get too deep, and we’ll continue to bring the exclusives.

Can you guess the sample? It goes something like this.

Preview | Dash Berlin & Jay Cosmic Ft. Collin Mcloughlin – Here Tonight (Acoustic Version)

Posted by on September 16, 2014

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Building on the success that was “Here Tonight” with Dash Berlin and Jay Cosmic, the dynamic production duo enlists Collin McLoughlin to put his magical acoustic touch on what many have argued was a summer anthem. Re-produced entirely by Collin, this acoustic offering is said to have a video following soon. I can’t wait to see what they come up with next. Support “We Are, Pt. 1” on iTunes now.

Preview, Progressive House | Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman – ID2 (Preview)

Posted by on September 14, 2014

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One of the highlights of Steve Angello’s set for the past several months, including a sit down moment at Tomorrowland, Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman’s tune “ID2″ is finally set for release. Still riding high on the success one of the biggest tunes this year “Payback”, Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman do not release much, but make it count when they do. Get ready for this one coming in 8 days on 9/22.


Preview, Progressive House | Pierce Fulton – Kuaga (Preview)

Posted by on August 19, 2014

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Even though the internet hype has moved almost exclusively over to tropical house and future bass, Pierce Fulton has still kept his level of “coolness” this whole time. His latest release, a freebee, was about as cool as it gets for the summer, but this new tune comes close to topping it. “Kuaga” is the melodic gold we have seen in a few past productions from Pierce and will be in your libraries 9/1 along with the second tune on this EP, “Noon Gun”. Go ahead and pre-order it now.

House, Preview | Michael Calfan – Prelude (Preview)

Posted by on August 7, 2014

Michael Calfan Prelude Preview Michael Calfan   Prelude (Preview)Michael Calfan man I have missed you. “Resurrection” is still an absolute jam and though he has had some bomb remixes since then, the originals have not been able to live up to the standard set by the Axwell approved tune. But with this groovy, throwback, piano house track he may have just topped them all. We will find out when it is released September 12th

Preview | D. Kucho! & Gregor Salto – Can’t Stop Playing (Oliver Heldens Remix)

Posted by on August 1, 2014

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This tune is incredible. Heard on Hardwell’s “HOA 178” just moments ago, Hardwell previewed Oliver and Gregor Salto’s “Can’t Stop Playing” that’s a new take on their 2005 release. No word on when it’ll come out yet. What we do know is that it’s coming on Spinnin’. Keep your eyes and your ears open, this could be the next future house anthem. Listen to a preview below.

Preview | Oliver Heldens – Koala

Posted by on July 10, 2014

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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.