Progressive House | Jidax & Enzo Darren feat. Chester Rushing – Paint The World (Original Mix)

Posted by on January 16, 2014

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French DJs and producers Jidax teamed up with Enzo Darren and US vocalist Chester Rushing to drop “Paint The World,” a progressive house gem premiered on Tiesto’s Club Life podcast a few months back, and officially released in the US this week via Radikal Records, along with remixes by Lush & Simon and Dirty Rush & Gregor Es. If you’ve been looking for a follow up to Swedish House Mafia ever since they broke up, “Paint The World” is just that: epic vocals, a powerful production, and a positive message. This is a must listen and a must download, I guarantee it!

iTunes: Jidax & Enzo Darren feat. Chester Rushing – Paint The World (Original Mix)

Progressive House | Claire – Games (Boris Deckers Remix)

Posted by on December 19, 2013


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Ripped straight Nicky Romero’s Protocol Radio set and also played on Tiesto’s Club Life 348, this is one of the best progressive house remixes I’ve heard in a minute by Boris Deckers of Claire’s “Games.” Claire’s vocals and overall song, layered with Boris’ chord progression make for a stellar track. This is my first time hearing of the young 19 year old producer from the Netherlands, but he’s not going unnoticed already having signed a publishing deal with Cloud9, who also signed Armin Van Buuren and Hardwell among others. I genuinely look forward to the release of this track! This is a must listen!

Progressive House | Avicii – UMF

Posted by on March 19, 2013


After getting its world premier in November of 2011, Avicii finally releases his track that was dubbed “ID 2” or “Fire” or “Put Your Piano On” by Tiesto. It is slightly different than the version that was being played out for a while and then played once on Tiesto’s Club Life, but still has the same hallmarks of the melodic, big room sound that has made Avicii so popular. Most notably the melody in the beginning and the rolling piano that gives this track its uniqueness. It is interesting that Avicii is releasing this track as a part of the UMF 2013 album instead just as his own CD. It is either an indication that he really respects UMF and wants to give them something special, or he feels has moved past this sound and this does not really reflect where he is at the moment. Putting the snafu of his computer getting stolen behind him, Avicii has spent the past several months working on his upcoming album and by all indicators it should make the Swedish superstar even bigger.

iTunes: Avicii – UMF