Posted by Mel on May 27, 2013
Archie has returned with a new free track for everybody. If you’ve heard any house song in the past two years then you know what to expect. I’m not too fond of Archie for the simple fact that he, like many of his peers, has chosen to ride the wave of generic progressive house. He’s even used the exact same synth for some of his earlier songs. This song, however, has something distinguishable amongst his other tracks. That would be the excellent vocals of Justin Phillips, also known as Crywolf. He is one of my favorite male vocalists so it was fairly obvious that when he combined with the good, but generic Archie, that it would be a good song.
Posted by Middy on March 1, 2013
It is that time of the week, the weekend is upon us, so you need those mixes to get the festivities going. We start things off with the first hour of Dirty South’s set from the Palladium in LA back in November where he finished his City Of Dreams tour across the US, during which he wrote most of his upcoming “Speed Of Life” album. Next up we have the 8th episode of Dzeko & Torres’ RAVE’N podcast which features the unreleased “Redux” from Dubvision, hit tracks like “Together We Are“, “The Code” & “Grid“, as well as some somewhat unknown remixes. Forging on, we have Revealed Records signee, Dannic’s February promo mix that features a whole host of exlusive bootlegs and unreleased tracks packing over 20 tracks into the hour. Next we have this weeks episode of the The Drop with a guest mix from Jochen Miller. After the jump we have mixes from John Dahlback, Walden, Audien, Ron van den Beuken, Sander van Doorn and Archie.
Posted by Middy on February 1, 2013
It is time for this week’s weekend mixes and we start things off with the past two of weeks of The Drop with mixes from dutchmen Sando Silva & Kenneth G that include a host of new and unreleased tracks like Dryo & Bassjackers “Grid”. Next up we have the 6th episode of Dzeko & Torres’ RAVE”N podcast that includes some unreleased from dBerrie & Jewelz & Scott Sparks and a few exclusive bootlegs. Matisse & Sadko give us their January mix that includes the upcoming collab from Dirty South & Deniz Koyu, “Halo”. Further mixes from Nervo, Bingo Players, Adrien Mezsi, Hard Rock Sofa, Archie and a funky one from Goldroom for Solé Bicycles also included.
Posted by Mach on January 18, 2013
Big congratulations to Archie for being signed to Monstercat and for this massive first release through them. It has been a real enjoyment watching Archie grow from being assumed as a new alter-ego of Tim Berg, to pushing his name through the US, and finally at this incredible feat before us, fame. The title of the track couldn’t be anymore perfect, it is clearly an ensemble of his styles leaving us with this incredibly wild House original.
Beatport: Archie – Famous
Posted by BIGLIFE on January 8, 2013
The Dance Games Saga continues with “Flight 2013″. DOSVEC takes us on board a 30 minute mini-mix mashup album introducing several new mashups, while incorporating some of his biggest BANGERS. “Flight 2013″ flows from start to finish without any turbulence and is a great mini-mix to get your party on.
Posted by Mach on November 29, 2012
While clicking play I thought to myself, “great, another Dubstep track released today.” Not that I’m a hater, but I mean I can only take so much. Thankfully Popeska & Anna Yvette decided to surprise fans by tossing out this incredibly random House original. Anna Yvette has always used her voice to tell an emotional story, even on all the Archie tracks she has done. Popeska on the other hand, well, when was the last time you heard him produce House?
Posted by Middy on November 27, 2012
Archie departs from his normal piano filled progressive house ways and gives us something more experimental and unique with “The V”. It brings together a medley of different sounds and styles that while grounded in complextro, adds splashes of nu-disco and french house to this outstanding production from Archie. We saw him depart from his normal sound earlier in the year with Mystro and succeed, so it is great to see the evolution and maturity of this promising young producer.