Lana Del Rey on vocals, Marcus Schossow bringing it back to his dreamy progressive stuff. Like this version A LOT. It’s simply the best rendition out there. And it’s free. Respect.
The multiple sub labels of Silk have been on fire lately. So many great young talents with huge tunes. You can be sure of one thing from all these guys. Silky smooth progressive house. I mean…it just feels right. Be honest with yourself. Shingo Nakamura‘s latest release is a track called “There For Me” with remixes from KIWAMU and Monojoke. These remixers are new to me but won’t be for long. They have done some gorgeous work here. If I had to pick a favorite, it’s the one that sounds most like he and Eric Prydz found each other in the studio and became friends. Yea, I’m talking about the Monojoke remix. If you didn’t get that from listening you need to listen to more Pryda. But overall, I think the original is right on point. Purchase this EP and melt with us.
Will always remember the time I met this beautiful man down in Miami. Specifically, the part where Tim Berg leans over to me and says that Henrik B handed him a CD with his latest track, which what not even finished, and just says play it. What does Avicii do? Yea, he threw that puppy in and rocked the house. That track was called “Acid Rocker” and it is one of my go to track still to this day…when I’m looking to get a little weird…you know what I mean right? Anyways, that’s neither here nor there. This new release is his biggest anthem since the famous remix of Adrian Lux‘s “Teenage Crime” he did with Axwell. I can pretty much guarantee this will be in your head for the entire summer. Also on the collab is Niklas Gustavsson and the vocals from Peter Johansson. You know what they say, three is company. It’s out on Le7els today. Enjoy
For anyone who remembers the original song I Believe by Blessid Union of Souls, which came out in 1995 and was played on the radio all the time so you probably should, you know it’s a cheesy love song. Well it got made into a house track by Jus Jack and Oza and then remixed by Tiesto, and it’s pretty sick. Still kinda cheesy, but sick. Heard Tiesto drop this one at Echostage in DC a couple months back and had it stuck in my head for a week or 2, so I’m sure I’ll be singing it for a couple weeks again since it’s out.
New track from Hardwell and Dyro with vocal assistance from Bright Lights. Shit is dopeeee. Strong vocal, crazy drops, etc. Definitely worth a purchase.
Having been described by Above & Beyond‘s Tony McGuinness as his favourite track from “Anjunabeats Volume 10“, Ronski Speed‘s second single outing on the label sees him join forces with L.A. talent Syntrobic and Renee Stahl, for the beautiful “Pink Skye”.
Combining a modern club groove with old school trance flavours, “Pink Skye” has become a favourite in Above & Beyond’s recent DJ sets. The driving bass gives way to a sumptuous piano-lead riff and haunting vocals from Renee Stahl, before falling into a mesmerising peak time release.
Having become a regular fixture on Above & Beyond’s Group Therapy radio show, UK based producer Toby Hedges joins the Anjuna family with a classy progressive reworking. Taking a more uplifting approach, Toby invigorates the melody with a euphoric chord sequence and clever sampling of the original vocals for an equally club infused debut.
Couldn’t agree more with Tony. This song has brought me close to tears many times listening to Volume 10. It’s just so beautiful from start to finish. Brings you on such an emotional journey. I couldn’t believe it when I heard the young UK stud, Toby Hedges was going to be on remix duties. He does not disappoint in the least, executing a perfect progressive take on this future classic.