Dubstep | Seven Lions – Worlds Apart EP

Posted by on May 3, 2014

Seven Lions - Worlds Apart EP
Whenever Seven Lions releases new music, you immediately stop what you are doing to take a listen. His sound is so unique, enthralling and well put together that every time you hear new something him it is a totally different experience. Recently signed to Universal’s burgeoning dance imprint Casablanca Records, which has artists like Tiësto, TJR, Martin Garrix and Chase & Status in its stables, Seven Lions was given access to top of the line topline writers like Ellie Goulding and Kerli.

All five tunes show the mastery of Jeff Montalvo and the hard work he has put in over the winter break he took from touring to focus on just making music. The aforementioned Ellie Goulding kicks off the EP, featured on the first track. It is fitting that someone whose career is largely owed to producers remixing her songs, Ellie Goulding, hopped on this EP to provide her instantly recognizable vocal talents to the trancy opening tune, “Don’t Leave”. Only “Strangers” is a previously released track, with each record having its own feel and sound, yet remaining true to the Seven Lions ethos. This may be his most complete EP to date and this will hold us over for quite some time as we know the perfectionist takes a while to release material.

iTunes: Seven Lions – Worlds Apart EP

Progressive House | Seven Lions with Myon & Shane 54 feat. Tove Lo – Strangers (Paris Blohm Remix)

Posted by on March 13, 2014


In his first release since his collaborative efforts on  “Colors”, Paris Blohm has taken on the task of remixing Seven Lions and Myon & Shane 54’s “Strangers”. The remix has his typical full sounding production which keeps itself in the pleasant middle ground between the uplifting sound and the harder hitting stuff.

Free Download: Seven Lions with Myon & Shane 54 feat. Tove Lo – Strangers (Paris Blohm Remix)

Dubstep, Trance | Röyksopp – Running To The Sea Ft. Susanne Sundfør (Seven Lions Remix)

Posted by on December 2, 2013

It has taken a long time for me to gather enough nerve to write this review, because this piece of music intimidates me so much. I don’t know how to accurately convey the way that this song made me feel when I heard it for the first time. I was on a crowded city bus, but felt completely alone. I didn’t feel lonely, rather, I felt as if I had been transported away by the music, and was in a different place than the people around me. I moved to the music without regard for the perceptions or judgments of strangers in my vicinity, and it felt surreal. 



Hip-Hop, Indie | Aer – Strangers [Free EP]

Posted by on March 25, 2013

aer strangers FNT

I feel guilty for sitting on this for the past week without posting.  I’m sure the loyal Fresh Aer breathers have already inhaled this free EP, but for those who haven’t, I highly suggest taking a long deep breath and listening through.

With summer around the corner (hopefully) for us Northerners, Aer decides it’s only right to share some freebies with their fans to honor their continued loyalty.  Although these may only be low tide tracks in comparison to what they’re going to hit us with this summer, I’ve looped this in full at least once daily since it dropped.  Fire.  With features from Mod Sun & Guy Harrison and production from Ratatat, Pete Rock, mattMIGGZ, and of course instrumental work by David and Carter themselves, you’d be foolish to pass on this.

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FREE DOWNLOAD: Aer- Strangers EP