Posts tagged "Progressive House"

Tinlicker drops new single This Life, feat. Editors’ Tom Smith ahead of upcoming third LP

Highly-acclaimed Dutch producers Tinlicker just dropped a new single ‘This Life’ feat. Editors’ Tom Smith. With this release, also comes the announcement of their new album ‘Cold Enough For Snow’ set to be unveiled on February 16th, 2024, via [PIAS] Électronique. This LP will feature further collaborations with the likes

For Dutch producer and DJ Deeparture, music is all about feeling. His often cinematic and sweeping takes on the textures of melodic techno and house have made his sound distinctive. His current ascent through the ranks of a genre saturated by much of the same can be credited to this commitment

With a career spanning over 12 years, producer Hypaton’s journey as an artist has been marked by evolution and growth. Inspired by EDM titans like David Guetta, Avicii, and Calvin Harris, he cut his teeth with big room tracks before transitioning toward trance. His latest sound, clever revamps of ’90s

Rising UK electronic music producer Anish Kumar has house music encoded into his DNA. The four on the floor pulse of it all courses through his blood, and his instincts for the style have seen Kumar release some of the most interesting and undeniably funky house tracks over the past

From Niki Nair experimenting with pop to Dorian Electra channelling Limp Bizkit, these are the tracks you need to hear this week. Listen to our selections below.     Blawan – Toast Returning to XL Recordings, the first single from Blawan’s upcoming Dismantled Into Juice EP gives us a taste of

Jacques Greene has been stirring up the dance floor for over a decade with his hypnotic blends of garage-y house beats and ethereal vocal chops. His latest release, Believe, however, brings a whole new level of energy to his sound. While Greene’s previous tracks have been dreamy and serene, Believe

Over the past five years, Elderbrook has become a name synonymous with pushing the boundaries of tech-house. Approaching dance music with a singer-songwriter sensibility, it can be argued that what Elderbrook actually does is craft contemporary folk music. Deeply emotive, sometimes pensive, but always beautiful, Elderbrook’s music takes shape as anecdotes

The term ‘progessive house’ has come a long way since it was first coined in the 90’s to describe a new sound coming out of Britain that fused UK house with touches of techno and trance, being formulated by the likes of The Chemical Brothers, Fatboy Slim, but most significantly,

From nu-disco bangers to hard hitting industrial bass, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. Listen below. Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   PNAU, Troye Sivan – You Know What I Need Continuing the nu-disco trajectory set out

Someone with the status that British techno icon and Ibiza legend Carl Cox has doesn’t necessarily have to release albums. Aside from this being the streaming age, where singles are more lucrative, Cox’s bread and butter are his lauded live sets and residencies. He is, without question, one of the

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