Long awaited tune “Power Drive” by Eric Prydz aka Pryda is finally released. Melody is signature of Pryda but not it gets combined with a bit of Cirez D (his techno-electro project) – therefore you can sense a bit rougher and more electrifying vibe until the breakdown. As breakdown kicks in you will be send into world of Pryda melodies where they have their own world which progresses as the first kick comes in and makes a total power and of course drive. Enjoy in this master-piece!
I seriously thought for a second that the vocals are from Tina Turner, but I was wrong. NAPT and De Pitte took some choice elements from Jocelyn Brown’s 80s classic ‘Love’s Gonna Get You‘, worked them into a brash bass-house tune and here’s the result.
Dim Mak is starting a new trend. As of now, they’ll be giving away a different track, possibly unreleased, rare, old, new or wherever in between. Also, they’ll all be in 320 kbps, so the quality won’t lack. First in the series is Botnek‘s remix of ‘TFA‘.
OTW Records are just starting to emerge on house music scene and it’s obvious that there’s some massive talent to be broadcasted. Jonathan Pitch is a new name you should look for. There’s so much power in these two tracks, it’s phenomenal.
Congorock for me always brings that agressive bass chords. You don’t really get to hear the true potential of this track until you blast it through large speakers on high volume. Being played by many big names in the business, you just can’t get around it and not notice it.
Alex Ridha, a skinny German who’s far more known as Boys Noize, celebrated a 100th release of his label BoysNoize Records. He obviously wanted to celebrate it in style and brought on two well known electro duos – Chemical Brothers and Justice. They took out two tracks of the album and remixed them. While the Brits remixed ‘XTC‘, the French tandem remixed ‘Ich R U‘.