Posted by Middy on November 1, 2012
It is that time again, even though many of you have probably not stopped going at it since last week, we are here to provide you with more mixes to get you through the weekend. We start off with EPIC Radio, which is always a treat, featuring a bevy of unreleased Eric Prydz tracks and a new one from Fehrplay set to release on Pryda Friends soon. Next up we have The Drop and their weekly episode that features an interview with Hard Rock Sofa where they reveal info on a few upcoming tracks and a guest mix from Cr2 label boss MYNC. The real gem is their Halloween mix that features 28 tracks in 56, moving at a breakneck pace from one track to the next. Tommy Trash presents the 4th episode of Trashed Radio with some exclusive new cuts from himself and a few other new tracks. We finish it off with Nervo and their weekly show on Sirius XM that features some unreleased tracks including the Carl Louis & Martin Danielle remix of “Something to Believe In”.
Posted by Middy on August 6, 2012
As previewed a few days ago, the summer sounding track from MYNC with vocals from Senadee has been released today with a great remix from Denzal Park. The club mix has a feel good vibe to it with infectious vocals, while the Denzal Park remix continues their string of progressive tracks with a big room feel, meant to played for a festival sized audience. While the other remixes are solid contenders with their harder, darker styles, Denzal Park keeps the original feel intact and adds just a bit more to make it this one better. If you didn’t already grab the free Avesta remix here.
Posted by Middy on August 3, 2012
When I first heard this track from MYNC, the label boss of the important Cr2 records, I wasn’t super excited about it, but over time the song grew on me. It has a happy, summer feel to it with high pitched piano chords and smooth male vocals. Denzal Park gives the melody a little more with added synth layers, bringing this blissful track to another level to a pure hands in the air, festival moment. Avesta takes a different approach keeping a big room feel in the intro, adding new elements to the build with an grinding Electro House drop. This one is free, so make sure you grab this one below. Mario Fischetti takes a similar approach to Avesta except with a heavier drop. Electronic Youth take a more eclectic, chill approach to it, concentrating on the bass line, stripping much of the melody down to the bare parts and recreating much of the song as their own. The package will be released August 6th, but you can get the Avesta remix for free now!