The first installment from DJ Jason Ross’s Monday Mashup Release, basically bringing us a fresh original mashup every week. This week he takes on Hardwell’s “Catch Your Fall” w/ A-Trak’s remix of Martin Solveig’s “The Night Out”.
Right-Click to Download: Hardwell vs A-Trak – Catch Your Night Out (Jason Ross MashUp)
Eric Prydz killing it at Sensation White
Pryda, or better known as Eric Prydz is a legend in the industry. The guy puts his all into every track he creates and you can be damn sure it shows, maybe that’s why DJmag rates him the 46th best DJ in the world. SW4 is coming up off his latest (and only) personal album “Eric Prdyz Presents Pryda.” Now why is this special you may ask? Because it’s only just an album that has been in the works since 2005. The album is set to drop sometime soon on Virgin Records so we’ll be sure to keep you updated on it. For now enjoy the first track off of it and toss this on your raging playlist.
Be sure to check out one of Eric Prydz most well known song “Call on Me.” Let me know how long it takes you to achieve an erection from it.
What happens when you take three of the biggest producers & DJs in the world and put them together in the same room with the intentions of creating a new song? Absolute filth, that’s what happens. In Laidback Luke’s latest new single he gets the help of Martin Solveig and dutch phenom Chuckie. First getting played at Ultra, 1234 is a bombshell of a track and get ready to start hearing this pop up in numerous big name DJ sets.
Progressive house mastermind Sander Van Doorn returns with his newest killer track just released today. Sander absolutely kills it on every track and this is no different. I recently got the chance to see him at Sensation White in Belgium and he was unreal. So take in this new song, if it gives you goosebumps you’re not alone.
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.