Progressive House | Morgan Page feat. The Outfield – Your Love

Posted by on July 17, 2013

morgan-page-your-loveYou know the vocals, your mom knows the vocals and there is a decent chance your grandparents could belt out a few lines from The Outfield’s “Your Love”. Morgan Page asked the London trio if he could rework the track and they agreed, with The Outfield’s vocalist, Tony Lewis re-recording the lyrics. Morgan Page makes sure to use the signature chorus as often as possible and added his own instrumental to the track, making it accessible to both DJ sets and the radio.

Could this be some desperate attempt at trying to stay relevant with the EDM generation? Maybe. Will some old school people look at this as blasphemous? Possibly, but this use of The Outfield’s vocals could expose new fans to their music and lift this track to new heights as sure sing-a-long tune this summer.

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Progressive House | Tegan & Sara – Closer (Sultan & Ned Shepard Remix)

Posted by on December 18, 2012

Sultan & Ned Shepard take Tegan & Sara’s recent single “Closer” off of their upcoming album “Heartthrob” and flip it into a blissful progressive track. Taking full advantage of the superb vocals from Tegan & Sara, who I can see becoming very hot commodities for remixes and vocals on dance tracks, Sultan & Ned Shepard add a euphoric melody that complements the vocals impeccably. Also included as part of the package is the Morgan Page remix that takes a little tougher electro approach to the track.

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Progressive House | Morgan Page feat. Lissie – The Longest Road (Vicetone 2012 Remix)

Posted by on September 27, 2012

Dutch duo, Vicetone follow up their Nicky Romero supported remix of “Sparks“, and their remixing talents across the Atlantic to take on Morgan Page’s “The Longest Road”. Morgan Page uses this vocal all the time in his sets for bootlegging purposes, so you may be familiar with Lissie’s stellar voice. Vicetone take Morgan Page’s instrumentation to another level. They keep much of the relaxed feel of the original, while adding a nuanced big room approach to the drop that does not overwhelm and lets the subtleties of the melody and vocals shine.

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DJ-Set, Events, House | Electric Zoo Sets: Day 2

Posted by on September 5, 2012

Here are sets from day two with some outstanding stuff from the Bingo Players, Mord Fustang, Axwell and more. This is selection of not only the MainStage, but also Riverside and Hilltop, though it is a bit disappointing that none of the Sunday School sets were recorded. Anyway there a lot of these sets so get to listening if you haven’t finished up on Day 1 yet.


House, Trance | Morgan Page, Andy Caldwell and Jonathan Mendelsohn – Where Did You Go (Tom Fall Remix)

Posted by on August 22, 2012

Tom Fall is name that you need to get to know. His single “iROK” has been making the rounds at festivals all across the globe, not only in the trance circles, but also by the likes of Hardwell and bootleged by countless others. He has become a go to remixer for the premier trance labels such as Anjunabeats and Armada, as shown with his recent remix of Armin’s “J’ai Envie de Toi” with another of Super 8 & Tab – Fiesta coming out next week on Anjunabeats. He is not going to beat you down with a snoozefest of Trance 1.0, instead mixing elements of both trance and house into his own hard hitting style that is both energetic and uplifting at the same time. This remix of “Where Did You” uses premier vocalist Jonathan Mendelsohn to his full capability with a smooth piano build that crescendos into a drop much like “iROK”, but with a fast moving progression.

Electro-House, Progressive House | The 8th Note – 4 The People (Incl Leventina Remix)

Posted by on May 27, 2012

Dutch Trio, The 8th Note are back coming off of their 3 very successful collaborations with fellow compatriot Nilson. Their latest collaboration,”Transformers” supported by Morgan Page, Thomas Gold and many more is below at the end of the post. The 8th Note provide the original track with a smooth piano build with techy bass line elements. It then builds further in volume and energy into a uplifting synth melody accompanied by Gregorian style chants and a thumping bass line. As you guys know, I am very high on Leventina and their ability to blend seamlessly electro and progressive electro house during songs and among tracks in their back catalog. Thomas Gold played “We’re Gonna Start” at EDC NYC so you know things are only on the up and up for them. They get into the track from the 1st second with a complex bass driven bass line and getting the synth build with the Gregorian like chants established by The 8th Note going early. They take that piano and synth build and crescendo into a festival ready drop of rhythmic synth chords and a pounding bass line.

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Progressive House, Review | Morgan Page — In The Air (2012) + Leave The Lights On (Morgan Page Remix)

Posted by on April 24, 2012

Apologies on taking so long to post this great album from Morgan Page, but with such a high influx of music these past weeks it has been hard getting everything posted. But there was no way I wasn’t going give this progressive album a post, especially by such an underrated producer, in my perspective. We have seen two of the tracks released as singles before the album was released so we were given a good taste of what was to come, and he delivered. I can honestly say I favor each track on this album equally because they all provide the same euphoric feelings and mind set after listening to them. The progressions, basslines, melodies, and quality of production on all of these tracks is amazing. Top notch house music on this album and a definite recommendation for all House music fans. You can grab this album on Beatport HERE. After the jump is Morgan Page’s latest remix that is a little more electro feeling than what is seen on the album.


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Read on for his remix preview.