Posted by W8 on February 8, 2013
Over the years, I have remained in constant contact with Twibak from across the pond in Sweden. He is a special producer to say the least. Crafting a certain quality in his production that gives you an indefinite feeling of potential; just living life like we all do. He doesn’t release tracks that often, and so this marks a special occasion. ”Fluke” has an alleviated compression feel to it, nothing that exaggerated. Seamless transitions front to back with delicate anthemic work bundled with smooth synths and sprays. Altogether a blissful array of rhythm.
Beatport: Twibak – Fluke
If you like this, feel free to go back in time and hear a personal favorite that I posted years ago. A sweet tune that’s still as relevant today as any, Click Here.
Posted by jewcebox on February 1, 2013
Forever Kid is back again with a brand new remix with hopes of winning both Nervo’s tender love as well as their remix competition. After listening to over 50 submissions of this remix, this track is by far the best produced, melodic, and overall remix by far. This LA based duo hailing form Stockholm, Sweden is beyond deserving of a win here for their consistency and pure raw talent, you may remember them from their banger/party starter remix of Somebody I Used to Know”. Show them some love and vote for their track, these guys deserve it. Vote here.
Posted by jewcebox on November 5, 2012
Two young gun Swedish producers have dropped their solo careers & combined forces to create what could be the greatest thing to happen to Sweden since IKEA. Now under the name Forever Kid, these two Swedish producers have already began to make a name for themselves here in the U.S. since their move to Los Angeles. You may recognize their familiar sound in their previous release of what undoubtedly the best remix of “Somebody That I Used to Know,” Gotye – Somebody That I Used To Know (Wulf & Bernhard.S Remix). Now the boys are back with one of their first official releases which has a great big room swedish house sound and is melodically on track. Download the release and keep your eyes out for these guys.
Posted by jewcebox on June 11, 2012
Wulf, who brought us what is by far the best “Goyte – Somebody That I Used to Know” remix out there (posted below), is back again with another quality track. Lucas Nord collabed with Urban Cone a little while back and seeing as they’re both from Sweden, it couldn’t be more fitting that Wulf & Forever Kid hopped up on the remix. These two young (really young) Swedes take an already great track and turn it into the perfect mesh of a melodic, yet dance inducing track. The Swedes and house music…
Previously Posted (Must download)
Posted by Spice on May 30, 2012
I’m barely into my coffee and we’ve already got a new track from Avicii? Wow, well I can certainly think of worse ways to start the morning. Wasting no time after yesterday’s release (which Sev is already touting as his favorite Avicii song…ever), Sweden’s plaid-loving golden boy brings us the aptly titled “Two Million” to commemorate the significant milestone of hitting two million fans on Facebook. This is something different — it’s a stripped down, high energy house track with a darker edge than we’re used to seeing from Mr. Bergling. The deceptive simplicity, synthy pitch builds, and driving four-on-the-floor bassline give it a vaguely Afrojack-esque vibe that I’m totally feeling. Congratulations, Avicii! Here’s to the next two million.
Posted by Middy on May 5, 2012
The above John Dahlback was released a little while ago and grows on me every time I play it. It has an old school 90s house feel to it with a modern twist, definitely a song perfect for long, sunny summer days. Get it on Beatport HERE.
John Dahlback gives us “Rebels” for free via his Facebook page and it is a quality production. With a steady bass line, stabbing grungy synths, progressive melodies with well timed stutters. Do no miss this freebee from the criminally under-rated Swede John Dahlback.
Also included are the new remixes of John Dalhback’s track with Andy P “You’re In My Heart”. They provide a more progressive, uplifting feel to the remixes with added synths and more of a melodic feel. The second remix brings a little more energy and power to the plate.
Posted by Middy on February 13, 2012
The young Swedish Producer Bjornberg is back with another smashing single on Zouk Recordings. “Libella” is another exmaple of his happy, uplifting style that has become popular with many Djs around the world as well as adding a different feel to the song with a slightly funky melody composed of a well crafted electro and progressive synths and a pounding bass line. This 17 year old producer is someone you will want to keep an eye on this year with a track record of creating great tracks and an incredibly bright future ahead of him.