Quintino & Ralvero – Jackpot

Don’t you just love euphoric, huge melodies? What about dirty electro drops? If you like both, check out this track by Quintino and Ralvero, incorporating “happy-stadium” synths and trashy, weird-sounding, grooving electro drops. Full of high energy and prime for peak time, this track is a definite banger. Some tracks just sound like your already […]

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Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike – Wakanda

Belgian brother Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have established a well respected reputation to deliver huge dance hits, fueling their tour to deliver to thousands of screaming big room fans. With solid tracks such as the Tomorrow Land Anthem and “The Way We See the World,” it’s no wonder the duo have another huge banger […]

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Arno Cost – Head Up

A recent big room jam to hit the playlists hit hard. HUGE room would probably describe this track better. “Head Up” touches on different techniques and sounds, shamelessly blaring electro basslines, huge drums, and trance-like euphoric chords. This track is anything but boring, and the sonic journey is solid from start to finish by Arno […]

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Preview: Aevion – Three

Menza Records has a few solid releases embracing some very melodic and huge tracks and is a label I will be excited to hear more from. “Three,” by Aevion, seems to me to qualify as anthem status, and is set to release January 21st. Check out the preview: KhanKhan is a 22 year old who […]

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Walden – Intropial

Thanks to the unlimited possibility of melodies, another jammer from Walden has been added to the progressive house list. This release by Walden stands out from the current sea of tracks by incorporating some cool vocal effects, an anthemic melody, and a moving, warm bassline. The track has great energy throughout, and I find my […]

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Daddy’s Groove – Stellar

Daddy’s Groove hits the books with a solid progressive house track, “Stellar”. The instrumentation is “guitarish,” with some beautifully plucked chill chords playing. The vocals couldn’t match better and the male vocalist was very fitting as well. This beautiful combination plays out for the verse, gaining tension while eventually dropping out to introduce a huge […]

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John Dahlback – Pressure

In John Dahlback‘s latest track “Pressure,” the electro tone is set from the beginning, with some sick rocking synths that continue to build up along with thick punchy snares to further set the tension. A talking synth stab and a quick “WHOOP” at the end of each 4 bars add to the sound, giving even […]

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Chris Lake & Michael Woods – Black Thong

Michael Woods seems to be focusing well on his goal of “bettering the quality of his music” (as if it wasn’t quality before!). His recent production, “Black Thong,” featuring Chris Lake, is a quality production by all means. Starting off with some beautiful piano chords stabbing out a nostalgic melody, a kick drum starts to […]

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Danny Avila – Breaking Your Fall

If Danny Avila were to read this, I hope he would know I mean it as a compliment that I seriously question whether or not he is the producer behind his latest release(s). I recently heard on XM as him being referred to as the “Justin Bieber of Dance Music.” Although this may hilariously describe […]

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W&W – Lift Off

Willem van Hanegem and Wardt van der  Harst (what a mouthful!) of the dutch duo W&W have never failed to impress me ever since the release of Moscow. Their mainroom sound has continued into their recent production, “Lift Off.” Right when the intro starts, their unique sound takes over and already sounds “huge.” The heavily reverbed […]

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