German elctronica duo Digitalism have remixed indie New York band The Rapture’s track “Sail Away.”
The original track is already pretty high-energy and up-tempo, seeing as The Rapture ted to incorporate electronic and dance influences into their music. Digitalism’s take ramps up the energy, bringing it to the next level. The duo have always been on the world music radar for their electronica tunes, but now they’re showing their aptitude for tunes that tread a line a bit closer to progressive-house. Check out the track below and snag it on Beatport.
Charlie Darker’s remix of Autoerotique & Felix Cartal’s track “The Alarm” is out today on Dim Mak Records.
Darker is a rising name in the world of hard-hitting electro-house, and this may be his biggest release to date. The original track, released in January, was more suitable for hard-core electro fans and festival atmospheres, but Darker’s edition is a more progressive and club-ready track. Check it out below.
LA pop group Capital Cities have released their debut album, titled “In A Tidal Wave Of Mystery.” The album has been highly anticipated ever sense their smashing EP last year; 5 of those same tracks are on this full-length release. Read on to get our full review of the album.
Fareoh is back today with a free download. This time he takes the magnificent vocals from Lady Gaga’s “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe,” which most people will recognize from Kendrick Lamar’s latest album, and puts them over an original ID.
Fareoh continues to mix up his sound, experimenting with new styles and deviating from the synthy piano house which was present in most of his early releases. The result here is a powerful track, with a drop that manages to hit hard but still contain euphoric elements. Click the link in the SoundCloud below to download.
House duo Firebeatz, hailing from the Netherlands, whose name you may remember from the big hit “Here We F*cking Go”, are back with a new original track entitled “Wonderful.”
In slight contrast to past successes of theirs, including “Dear New York”, this new track has a lighter vibe, with fewer heavy-hitting elements. It’s much more of a summer track. Check it out below and snag your copy fresh on Beatport.
Firebeatz – Wonderful (Original Mix)
Progressive house sensation Archie is back with a new track in collaboration with Crywolf.
As usual, we hear some uplifting melodies from Archie, complemented by other sounds, like some groovy guitar riffs, that give the track a different edge. Another cool element to this track; just when you think the build-up is about to lead to a big drop, it devolves into another breakdown, and the beautiful synths and vocals enter in again. Listen for yourself below and enjoy the free download.
Tasty progressive summer banger out by our favorite Norwegian DJs, The Stockholm Syndrome by CLMD (Carl Louis & Martin Danielle).
Big room house to die for. This summer looks to be chock full of progressive music for you to dance through to during the sunkissed music festivals. Repetitive synth patterns build into a big, anthemic-feeling drop that melds perfectly with the vocals. Despite the fact that the term “Stockholm Syndrome” generally infers somewhat negative connotations, the track is an absolute bomb.
Funky, throwback tracks are in this summer, so do yourself a favor and check out Yuksek’s banging remix of Kostrok – Right Now.
With Daft Punk’s album on the way (check our post here about the first full track off the upcoming album), it looks like funky, disco sounds are back in this summer. Yuksek does a marvellous job remixing this track, by the Spanish pop group, Kostrok, giving it a stronger backbone and a nice anthemic feel. The track really wouldn’t be out of place in 1986, although its not to be released until May 14th, 2013. Check back for updates.
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