Back with a bang to present to you a club mix by my favorite producers, Above & Beyond, of their original track “Alchemy”. The original track is an amazing chill track that was included in their album Group Therapy in 2011. On the vocals is another favorite, Zoe Johnston. Known for her masterful vocals on pieces like “You Got To Go” and “Love Is Not Enough”. The club mix has a much more upbeat vibe with its progression and harder kicks. This is consistent of Above & Beyond’s style when making a club mix of one of their tracks. Be patient as this song is a constant progression to an amazing uplifting piece with one of the best vocalists in the world.
I included a preview of an upcoming Mat Zo and Porter Robinson track played on Above & Beyond’s latest TATW 450, which was an epic event in India that would be any trance fans dream to attend. This record also achieved the award of Record of the Week on such a big a occasion.
Since the outbreak of Swedish style progressive house, a lot of sounds and patterns have been over used. Avicii most certainly cemented this style, and made it what it is today, DubVision have taken this style and created their own uniqueness. Here I have a remix by DubVision, whom have created some amazing progressive house recently. One of my favorite songs is DubVision’s original production, “All By Myself”, which is a masterpiece of a song if you haven’t heard it yet. Their remix today is one of similar styles to the latter song mentioned. Another perfect use of vocals into an epic anthem style progressive drop. I’m including a download for “All By Myself” alongside the bass filled house remix by, Tujamo.
One of the most liked rising talents around the interwebs is Pierce Fulton. What an amazing talent he is with his abilities in producing and as a DJ. We can all relate to this kid on so many levels with his age and down to earth personality. He truly reminds me of the early stages of Porter Robinson’s career. Pierce Fulton is a fast rising star, so if you haven’t heard of him yet, watch the video below and check out his channel on YouTube.
Pierce’s newest releases are two progressive house jams. “Sink Or Swim” is a space like electro progressive jam that shows some resemblance to that of Porter Robinson’s, “Language”. This one is perfect for those progressive lovers that love an amazing build, harmonic female vocals, and a high energy drop. Next up is an equally fantastic chune, this one being less of an anthem style song, Pierce shows his darker side with a great progressive/trance track. I love this style of progressive track with the unique grooviness and never-ending build that keeps me playing this song again and again.
PS – I included a bonus song in relation to the “Mr. Mime” track by my favorites, Heatbeat.
Song: The Killers – Runaways (Pierce Fulton Remix)
One of the best progressive trance songs released this year is “Sugar”, by Store N Forward. These two guys make some of the best feel good music in the entire EDM industry. They incorporate the uplifting chords that always put a smile on your face and that feeling of bliss from the perfect song. If you are unfamiliar with these guys please check out more.
PS – The bonus download is a song of epic proportions to me, enjoy!
Been a while since I’ve posted due to various issues, mostly good, but I’m happy to get in the wave of things. Today I have a brand new edit by Trance/Progressive House legend, Sander van Doorn. Sander’s production path has been blazing on all year-long. Varying in high energy progressive jams, to vocal phenom, and electro bangers. Todays track is a high energy big room house chune that’ll make a sloth move like Michael Jackson.
Got a grade A trance tune today by some of the best out there. A sure favorite of mine, Kyau & Albert, team up with the extremely talented German producer, Ronski Speed. This amazing tracks starts off with some classic tech trance vibes. The song proceeds to progress into an absolute euphoric melody capturing that element the best uplifting trance tracks seem to produce. This breakdown actually becomes a build up to the seemingly perfect mix of both parts to complete this piece of work. Some amazing breaks, builds, and typical Kyau & Albert style of bassline.