DJ-Set, Progressive House | Sebastian Ingrosso Refune Radio #03

Posted by on April 8, 2012

Sebastian Ingrosso is back with the third edition of his world renowned podcast Refune Radio. It is the WMC edition so he actually plays a part of his own live set from the Refune night at Amnesia on Saturday night during WMC. He plays a section of Swanky Tunes’ set from the Refune night as well, which includes their collaboration with Tiesto, to be released on April 24th on Club Life – Volume 2 Miami, “Sending My Love”, the massive “Roll The Dice” and the anthemic Third Party remix of “Otherside”. Seb provides a very good set with songs you would expect from him and of course unveiling a new track, the Thomas Gold remix to “Miike Snow’s “The Wave”, which will be released soon on Axtone. Miike Snow tracks are a favorite of house producers and the remixes are usually quite good and Thomas Gold lives up the high expectations with this one. He also adds unreleased gems such as “Atom”, to be released tomorrow and “Metropolis” to be released on Wednesday.
He talks about Miami and some of his experiences there including going to various parties in Miami and meeting all sorts of Djs out including Afrojack at dinner where he got his new number, which is apparently harder to get than a private jet, and the Dj soccer game between Netherlands and Sweden, which Netherlands won 13-11. Tracklist after the jump.

Sebastian Ingrosso Refune Radio #03 – iTunes Link


Progressive House | Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman – Roll The Dice

Posted by on February 21, 2012

Finally Beatport got their shit together and put this song up close to a day and a half after its scheduled release. You probably already have their massive progressive remix of Coldplay’s “Scientist” as well as their plethora of other great uplifting remixes and thus should be eager to get their single “Roll The Dice”. This song is great from start to finish with easy piano and guitar melodies in the builds and
a pounding bass line and pulsing synth with an accompanying rising synth that crescendos in the break.

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