I always find it so interesting to hear electronica from other countries than what we usually are served.
Today I’ve picked two progressive house tracks from down east: One submission from the Middle East, the other from South Asia. And they are both… Aaaawesome. Continue reading Double Feature: Progression In The East
Two fine selections of progressive tracks this Friday, freshly harvested from the borderlands between techno and house.
I wish you a great weekend, and I’ll see you on Monday for more great music discoveries! Continue reading Progressive Friday: Sam Heyman + Nadja Lind & D. Diggler
I’ll make it short: This is my favourite progressive house track this month. End of story.
An exquisite piece of vocal house music that can be played on repeat, over and over again. Continue reading Ale Poe, “Hold On”: A track worth holding on to
Good deep and progressive electronica should hold details that we can delve into. It should be a bit sublime, you should not have everything thrown into your face. It should just be there, rolling, delivering that ever-important fundamental groove, but from there on it’s up to you to explore the piece.
Here’s one of those kind of tracks. Continue reading Lämmerfyr, “Places”: A place of sublime qualities
Deep, groovy, underground… The bassline rolls and rolls and rolls, spinning up that hypnotic state we all love to enter.
This is exactly thet stuff we originally set out to uncover when this blog were started. Continue reading Sasch BBC & Caspar, “Inside”: It’s house music!
Here’s a track for the real clubs. Nothing to cater to the short attention span of the mainstream festival goers. Thankfully. It just rolls and rolls and rolls and oh my god I am so happy it stays on course.
Continue reading Warren Fellow, “Mobius”: Circular hypnosis
A good, deep house track with just the right drive, that’s a balance act of the finest order. It should never pull all the straps, but remain a low profile, always groovy and above all, bucketloads of elegance. This track here has all that. Continue reading Marco Amoazoo, “Mandolina”: Deep, elegant, repeat-worthy.
This is not your regular proghouse. The sound design really makes it stand out to such a degree it would actually be a bit hard to fit it into a proghouse DJ set. The sounds used are so much more haunting than what we usually find in the genre, and the bed it rests on gives me associations to dark ambient. Continue reading Axel E, “Silverhöjd”: An extraordinary production
Progressive + Tribal = One happy blogger. Me. And that’s exactly what Moraze (France) offers on his single “Jemna”, out now. A driving, rolling, groovy and dark ride, triggering the tribal instincts embedded in us all. Continue reading Moraze, “Jemna”: Oh hello there tribal, how I have missed thee