Progressive House | Henrik B, Niklas Gustavsson, Peter Johansson – Echoes

Posted by on May 21, 2013

Henrik B, Niklas Gustavsson, Peter Johansson - Echoes
Henrik B has the release rate of the glacial Swedish weather he inhabits. However, with that slow pace of releases, he makes each one count, a fact that forces you to cherish each and every track from the underrated Swede. He also happens to be one of the funniest DJs on Facebook / Twitter, so he makes up for the lack of releases with his quality posts. The witty, social media savvy producer tabs fellow Swedish producer Niklas Gustavsson and vocalist / dancer Peter Johansson to craft this melodically rich track that keeps you on the edge of your seat from start to finish with fast paced synth chords, euphoric key play and an ideal vocal sample from The Police that brings the whole track together.

Henrik B has a whole host of tracks in the works, including several more with Niklas Gustavsson, something we cannot wait to hear, especially after what “Echoes” brings to the table. He also looks for redemption after missing out on the opportunity to collaborate with Avicii on what became “Levels“, as they are in the early stages of another track that will hopefully be out this decade.

Beatport: Henrik B, Niklas Gustavsson, Peter Johansson – Echoes

DJ-Set, House, Trance | Weekend Mixes 12/20/12

Posted by on December 20, 2012

Is the world going to end tonight or tomorrow? I don’t know, you don’t know, either way we can all get drunk because of it. Here are some mixes that will help you guzzle down those drinks to oblivion. We start things off with this week’s episode of The Drop with a guest mix from Aylen. We forge on with the 9th episode of Avicii’s Le7els podcast. Rising star Pierce Fulton provides us with his monthly Get Weird mix that moves from trance to electro to progressive. Tritonal finished off their Air Up There podcast with their show at Emo’s East in Austin and they recorded their 2 hour set for us, so buckle up and enjoy the ride. We continue with mixes from Audien, Dada Life, Arty, Porter Robinson, and The Bingo Players.


DJ-Set | Weekend Mixes 11/8/12

Posted by on November 8, 2012

This week we have an outrageous amount of mixes. There is music for days. Not really, more for hours, but you get the point. We start things off with Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman’s weekly radio show and their upbeat selection and melodic mixing, which is an element that is missing from many podcasts. Next up our friends over at The Drop had Tritonal on for an interview and for guest mix duties in a trance heavy episode. Avicii just released the 8th episode of his Levels podcast, which featured the vocal version of “Nicktim”, which to be pretty honest is pretty awful and gave the radio premier of Henrik B’s upcoming track “Voices”, which in contrast is outstanding. Much like the label itself, Fool’s Gold Radio brings you an incredibly eclectic tracklist and with A-trak on the decks, the mixing is through the roof. The rest of the mixes come from Walden, Laidback Luke, and another from The Drop. Tracklist as always are after the jump.

Avicii Levels Ep #008



DJ-Set | DJM2 – Post EDC Set

Posted by on May 29, 2012

If you’re looking for a set to put your party on auto-pilot, DJM2 has you covered.

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Progressive House | Henrik B & Rudy – Leave A Light On (Incl NO_ID Remix)

Posted by on April 23, 2012

Finally after being premiered late last year and garnering a massive following from the get go, Henrik B’s masterpiece with Rudy “Leave A Light On” has released with an outstanding remix from the up and coming dutch duo NO_ID. With a chugging bass line, emotional melody with its backbone in the simple yet incredibly effective piano riff and addictive vocals from Rudy that i guarantee will have you belting out “I Said Hey, Will You Leave A Light On For Me” for at least the next week to everyone you see. The NO_ID remix strips down the track to its more more rhythm based core putting more emphasis on the bass line, making the break much more bass oriented and giving it more of a feel of their previous track “How Are You Feeling Right Now”. Axtone’s reign of supremacy this year continues, it can’t get better can it?

Henrik B & Rudy – Leave A Light On (Incl NO_ID Remix) – Beatport Link