Been stuck on a trance kick since Ultra. Can’t stop listening to the Above and Beyond podcasts and Armin albums. Some people say Trance has seen its days, but I think the real EDM fans fall back to trance over the heavy electro stuff. The trance crowd seems to be more veteran concert go-ers, bit more enjoyable to listen to you when you have courteous listeners surrounding you. Makes the vibe a lot better, and gives you a break from the Skrillex 15-year olds blacked-out on the Mol, bouncing around, sweating on my ish. Come on kid, hold it together.
Emma Hewitt holds trance down with the southing vocals and this is legitimately extremely pleasing to listen too. She also is a smoke…Even with skrillex’s barber.
Here is the orignal track from her album which has a traditional trance vibe to it
Here is Morgan Page’s Electo remix too it, adding a bit more filth to it.
Another track released to Deadmau5′s “fuckmylife” Soundcloud account, this time significantly more uptempo than recent songs. “Fn Pig” is an almost-nine-minute track that slowly builds up steam toward the intro of some fancy synth work nearer the 3-minute mark.
I’m never really sure if Joel Zimmerman is just fucking with us when he uses this account to release songs, but I consistently find my eardrums entertained. I get the feeling that if you’ve read this far, you’re in the same boat.
Eric Prydz, the famous swede, needs little-to-no introduction. Contrary to his worldwide succeses, Prydz carries a fear of flying which limits his United States tours, leaving many of us stranded with no hope. Recently though, Prydz surprised fans with a USA tour announcement, bringing the legendary Swede into US territory for the Idenity Festival Tour.
With his new album release just a week away, Eric Prydz and Hype Machine have partnered to offer you this stream of the new album’s first CD.
First, you may be asking yourself why the name Prydz sounds so familiar. Perhaps your subconscious is pulling up memories from a 10th grade basement party; shitty beer, whiskey from a watered down bottle someone stole from their parents, and the ever infectiousness ” Call on me” blaring from a home stereo system. Prydz hit it big in 2004 with two singles off of his debut album also named ‘Call On Me’. The song sampled a early 1980′s synth jam called ‘Valerie’ and his next hit ‘ Proper Education’ samples the king of lazer shows, Pink Floyd.
But where is Prydz now? What rock has he crawled under? Was ‘Call on me’ an equivalent to a one hit wonder? Perhaps. But perhaps not. German band Polarkreis18′s ’Allein’ has been given the privileged of being put into the ‘Eric Prydz’ blender. And now a obscure German-pop anthem has been turned into electronic gold. And who said sampling is for the talentless?
So, while Eric Prydz is no longer at the top of his game, and not the hottest DJ on everyone’s tongue, I do think we should take this moment and appreciate a pioneer’s efforts
Download track below