Maurizio Colella, aka EDX, is well known for his long list of successful progressive remixes, but today the Italian is releasing his newest original track, ‘Touched.’ The track, released by Toolroom Records, is a faster paced progressive house track, with a simple but uplifting melody that is well complimented by the synths and progressive beat. Be sure to check out the preview below and definitely grab it on Beatport today.
After a noteworthy top 50 release on Beatport’s progressive house chart worldwide, Hyperbits have upped their production standards to new heights. Undeniably their biggest offering to date, the duo remixes Muse’s classic track ‘Starlight’ and turns it into a floor-filling progressive masterpiece. Perfect utilization of Matthew Bellamy’s vocal plus a unique and full synth riff make the track something that will likely find its way into many DJ sets in peak hours. Taking on a Muse track is something few producers have dared to do, as their tracks and vocals are always well respected and consistently of the highest standards among all music lovers. Hyperbits manages to create something new and refreshing while maintaining the integrity of the original. The sounds incorporated in this remix are similar to what Zedd would sound like if he were to shy away from his aggressive electro roots in favor of a more full bodied progressive vibe. Make sure to show Hyperbits some love and like on facebook, follow on twitter, and listen on soundcloud!
Frequent collaborators Faustix & ImanoS reunite yet again to bring us yet another release, this time remixing the Rebecca & Fiona song, Giliap. Under the wise guidance of Mutants Records head John DahlbÃ¤ck, the duo preserves the best elements of the long progressive leads and sultry female vocals, appearing to be your run-of-the-mill feel-good anthem. Adding in the electro chainsaws, however, gives this track the heaviness it needs to be big-room ready.
Feeling blue? Nervous about the future? Worried about your bills? Never fear – Starkillers has your cure. Nick Terranova, aka Starkillers, has teamed up with Electro producer Richard Beynon to create a progressive house track that will do doubt lift your spirits and make you forget your woes. The track combines the synths of Starkillers with Beynon’s Electro House drums and then tops it off with the soothing vocals of Natalia Peris. Pete Tong introduced the track on his Essential Selections mix two weeks ago and the response was overwhelming, so be sure to grab the track, released today on Beatport.
Starkillers & Richard Beynon feat. Natalia Peris – What Does Tomorrow Bring
Today we’ve got the long-awaited release of Pierce Fulton‘s Sink or Swim EP, a two-track offering from the young Vermont producer. So far 2012 has been quite a year for Fulton, mainly for his range of production and willingness to dive into a mind-bending variety of genres even within the same set. His Get Weird podcast has been a staple of courage, taking listeners on a journey from progressive trance all the way to glitch hop treatment on Gorillaz classics.
The title track “Sink or Swim” is a full sound vocal track featuring Bebe Rexha and some big-room chords throughout. However the second original “Mr. Mime” is where Fulton really shines. Originally debuted on Trance Around The World 442 a few weeks back, it’s Pryda-inspired progression and vocal samples really steal the show on this one.
Sneaky sneaky! It’s not often that a track with such a high level of anticipation as ‘Reload’ is released on a Saturday. Chances are you’ve heard the track during any number of live sets, but now you can purchase Sebastian Ingrosso and Tommy Trash’s anthem on Beatport as your own. Separately, each artist has a knack at producing resonating tunes, but together they have outdone themselves with ‘Reload.’ Get your copy now.
Does anyone know the status of ‘Nicktim?’ You remember ‘Nicktim,’ right? That collobration between Avicii and Nicky Romero. It was our No. 5 most anticipated track of 2012, way back when.
If not, don’t Nicktim yourself over it, after all, it’s been almost a year since it was first debuted at Glow nightclub in Washington D.C. There hasn’t been much hoopla since Pete Tong gave it it’s official preview on his show back in February either.
Yeah, a select few DJs have a copy of it and play it live, but where’s the big marketing campaign?
For now, Vitzi, an Avicii admirer and bootleg master, has remade the entire track. Now, it’s surely frowned upon to remake an unreleased track, but, hey, when you’re taking this long to release it, you’re almost asking for it.
‘Nicktim’ will be released on MixMash Records this year. But, more likely, it will be one of our most anticipated tracks of 2013.
With a catalog of bootlegs and bookings and even a top 50 Beatport release, the Manhattan-based duo, Hyperbits, have been climbing the local DJ ladder all year. Their latest contribution looks to cement their inaugural 2012 campaign.
With the blurring of ‘Atom,’ the ‘go-to’ song all-year for DJs, and the tech-trance ‘Five Finger Death Punch,’ we’re given a seamless, hybrid bootlegs that’s begging to be duplicated by world-renown DJs
Available for free download when they reach 1,000 Facebook likes.
Norin & Rad vs. Nari & Milani – Five Finger Death Atom (Hyperbits Bootleg)