Out this week on LE7ELS is the new single from Ashely Wallbridge called “Crush.” This is the type of shit the Swedish House Mafia would use to elevate entire stadiums of people to a state of wonder. The track is extremely high-energy and features some dope acid house in the beginning and end. It’s going to be supported by pretty much every big progressive house DJ/Producer. I mean the label is run by Avicii….so, you think this one is gonna be big? Ya. No brainer.
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
Cazzette recently uploaded previews of two new remixes. One is a trap remix of an old Tim Berg track that has been one of my favorites for years now. It will be out on Avicii‘s label, Le7els, within a month. The other is a bootleg they dropped at UMF…ya, it’s “that” song by the wonder boy Baauer. Anywho, Cazzette is fresh, so be on the lookout.
This is going to be an EPIC release on Avicii’s new Le7els label from one of his mentors, and a legend in my book, Henrik B. The track is called “Voices” and it is a collaboration between Henrik, Niklas Gustavsson and Peter Johansson. Preview it below and watch out the for the release this fall/winter.
The huge unreleased collab from Avicii and Nicky Romero that was previously called “Nicktim,” now has vocals and will be released under the name “Stranger.” Yet another beautiful vocal track from two of the biggest progressive house producers in the game. You could say that this one is essential. Preview is taken from Tim’s latest “Le7els” Podcastand will be released this month. More info to come soon.
We appoligize for not keeping up on the Avicii podcasts lately, but really, you should already know about these and be subscribed via iTunesanyways…so I don’t feel that bad. This time around, Tim definitely uses the most variety I have ever seen in one of these podcasts. He includes the new collab from Skrillex and Boys Noize, one of his own new tracks witch features vocals from Mike Posner (you should already know this one), and the exquisite Wankelmut remix of “Reckoning Song” from Asaf Avidan. He closes the mix down with a guest appearance from the recently awarded, #2 DJ in the world…none other than Mr. Steve Aoki. He throws down a few tracks. Then we all party. Works out well.
Tracklist: 01. Tujamo & Plastik Funk – WHO [Tiger] 02. Avicii feat. Mike Posner – Stay With You 03. Burns – Lies (Otto Knows Remix) [Columbia] 04. Avicii feat. Salem Al Fakir – Silhouettes (Syn Cole ‘Creamfields’ Remix) [LE7ELS] 05. Dog Blood – Next Order [Owsla / Boysnoize] 06. Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin – Don’t You Worry Child [EMI] 07. Wankelmut vs. Asaf Avidan – One Day / Reckoning Song (Wankelmut Remix) 08. Scandal – Just Let Me Dance (Maxxi Soundsystem Remix) 09. Riva Starr & Ramon Tapia – Freedom [Snatch!] 10. Jovicii feat. Andy P – Don’t Hold Back [Mutants]
Steve Aoki Guest Mix: 11. Steve Aoki & Angger Dimas – Steve Jobs (Moguai Remix) 12. Steve Aoki – Ooh (Mustard Pimp Remix) 13. Steve Aoki feat. Wynter Gordon – Ladi Dadi (Part II) 14. Steve Aoki feat. Lil Jon & Chiddy Bang – Emergency (Laidback Luke Remix)
The highly anticipated remix EP for Avicii’s hit single “Silhouettes” is finally here. With remixes from Filthy Rich, EDX, and Syn Cole, this is easily the hottest EP out this week. Make sure to check out each of the previews below and pick up your copies on Beatport asap. You need these. My favorite of the three is the Syn Cole version. Simply fantastic stuff. Lazy Rich and EDX get real nasty with theirs, providing fans with some insane electro house flavor to go with those amazing vocals.