House | Bream & Ron Carroll – Stars (Original Mix)

Posted by on November 17, 2014


With a name like ‘Stars’ its already expected that we have a mainstage anthem among our midst. Guaranteed to capture the attention of an unsuspecting audience, Bream projects the very familiar Ron Carroll back into the spotlight. With lyrics that encrypt a sense of enlightenment, it is no surprise that ‘Stars’ has already enjoyed support from producers like Fedde Le Grand, Nicky Romero, and Swanky Tunes. Out November 24, 2014 on Flamingo Recordings, we invite you to add a dosage of inspiration to your future playlists.

Deep House, Progressive House | Jumpstar ft. Ron Carroll – We Did Alright (Remixes)

Posted by on September 11, 2014


Not only does Cr2 Records do a good job at snagging up and coming talent, but they also support their tunes with excellent remix packages. One these remix packs, for Jumpstar’s tune “We Did Alright” utilizes an iconic male voice in dance music, Ron Carroll.
Henrix & Sevag has become quite the potent duo, with their single “Latina” coming out not too long ago on Cr2 Records and now this remix in the same groovy style we heard in “Latina”. The Golden Boy gives the tune a nice deep house flip that jives just right with the overall ambiance of the song.

Beatport: Jumpstar ft. Ron Carroll – We Did Alright (Remixes)

Progressive House | John Dahlback vs. Ron Carroll – Don’t Be Silent

Posted by on December 9, 2012

John Dahlback has been one of the most prolific producers in 2012, with productions that seem to always sound totally unique from each other. “Don’t Be Silent” veers away from the type of productions he has been espousing towards the end of this year in “Zeus“, “Sing That“, and “Panic” and moves towards a more feel good type of progressive track. Using Ron Carroll’s soulful vocals as a base, John Dahlback expertly crafts an uplifting melody with the occasional electro stutter to bring together maybe not his most unique effort of late, but certainly one worth having.

Beatport: John Dahlback vs. Ron Carroll – Don’t Be Silent