For a producer who has only just hit his twenties, Matt Fax’s name in progressive and trance circles has been becoming increasingly well-known. Collaborating next to names such as Morgan Page and 4B definitely helps getting noticed. His new release with vocal support from Trove, “Animal”, is sure to make the ears of the progressive
Marcus Santoro refreshes the melodic trance sound with his new single “Blackout”. Lauren L’aimant was brought in for vocal support on this one. Santoro spreads out his musical inspirations for “Blackout”, swooping in progressive house, big room, and trance sound. Combined, they deliver gracefully undulating melodies, an uptempo BPM, and ethereal vocals. “Blackout” evokes the
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Everyone’s favorite cartoon girl in a made up world, the talented producer Ducky is again up to her genre-sporadic antics. With a slew of original releases ranging from dubstep to future bass on Steve Aoki‘s Dim Mak, Jauz‘s Bite This!, and her self-owned label Quackhouse, Ducky’s diverse discography has something to offer every ear. Kicking off her year of new releases, she’s materialized with an uplifting progressive single, “Don’t Give Up Still” just released courtesy of Spinnin’ Records. The track is a resplendent progressive track reminiscent of the 2012-2013 Spinnin’ sound.
“This song is a continuation of an idea from years ago,” Ducky writes in a recent press release. “I have an EP from 2016 called Don’t Give Up Yet that was about finally finding hope after a lifelong battle with undiagnosed bipolar and trauma and finally getting help and starting to find relief. This song is about finding myself back in that old place, battling the same demons, going ‘Oh my god, I can’t believe I’m here again’ – and finding the strength to keep going once more, recognizing that I’ve always got that capacity for hope, and that as dark as I go, the light never goes out.”
This emotional significance and positive message can be felt in every aspect of the song. From the galvanizing pitched-up lyrics topping the intro, to the more upbeat and energetic pulsing second drop, Ducky, once again, smashes it out of the park with poise and genre irreverence.
There are many superstars in the world of electronic music but only a handful are as universally praised as Eric Prydz. The Swedish born artist has been setting the bar for over a decade, with multiple different aliases reaching the top of its respective genre. Conquering the techno scene with Cirez D or uplifting entire
Canada’s perpetual deep/progressive house partisan, Lane 8 continues to shine fragments from Brightest Lights, his impending album to arrive January 10, 2020. The fourth of these, full of gusto, arrives as “The Gift.”
Known for his delicate chord progressions and lightweight dance beats, Lane 8’s recent catalog has been packing a progressive punch. Indeed, the road to Brightest Lights has been paved with driving energy alongside his cornerstone immaculate melodies. “The Gift” takes on an otherworldly quality in its momentous crescendoes and fervent arpeggiated synth lines.
While “Sunday Song” and Brightest Lights‘ title track—abetted by the This Never Happened boss’ serial counterpart, POLIÇA—sing Lane 8’s typically deep, light-footed stylings, “Don’t Let Me Go” follows “The Gift’s” earnest, almost Prydz-like earmark.
Lane 8 is planning to trek the course of North America this winter, then Europe this spring, for his upcoming album tour. More information is available here.
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Outta-nowhere, last year’s surprise ‘In Search Of Sunrise’ caught the trance scene at large with a classic ‘gotcha’. Cloaked throughout its production, “the greatest trance series of them all”, hailed by most, sprang back from the release wilderness. While it’d received a new triple DJ/mix reshape, what hadn’t changed (lest it needs saying!) was its greatest
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A former lobbyist gone creative, Morgin Madison ushered his first pieces of electronic music into the world in the fall of 2017. Showcasing a unique brand of atmospheric dance music, his style ranges from chilled house beats to vast, hard-hitting set pieces. Now, ‘Spite’ is Morgin Madison’s first single on Soave Radio, a label known
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Innovative producer Notaker returns with his first original single “From Dust & Ashes” since the early 2019 release of his revered PATH.FINDER EP. “From Dust & Ashes” arrives merely a month following his participation in Haywyre’s Panorama:Discover remix EP. The single showcases Notaker’s complexity as a producer and serves as an excellent continuation of his ‘Vessel’ storyline. ‘From Dust & Ashes’ is available
Morgan Page‘s “The Longest Road” road has gotten it’s a fair share of reworks & mashups over the years, but the newest one by progressive mastermind Matt Fax might be the finest one yet. “The Longest Road To The Ground”, the title of this masterpiece, is full-blown progressive goodness. Melodies that compliment each other to
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Always one to illustrate the struggles of life with a silver lining, electronic music phenomenon ARTY is back with another masterpiece featuring singer-songwriter Cimo Fränkel, ‘Daydreams’. An escape from reality for dance music fans worldwide that erupts into a blaze of progressive house, ‘Daydreams’ is like a ray of sunlight driving the darkness away. We
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