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
One of the strengths of this track is in the production, the details. Just listen to the gorgeous sound design. The effects. The way the entire stereo field is utilised. This is simply a bloody good production, from a technical point of view.
But that alone is not enough to be selected by us, of course. The artistic qualities are just as important, and Sors fully qualify. Continue reading Sors, “Vitality”: Intelligent dance music
The flow is just so effortless in this one. Never too insisting, if you want to let it slip into the background you can do so without it complaining. And if you do pay attention, you’re almost guaranteed to enter a peaceful state of mind.
This is THC in audio form. A class act from start to finish. Continue reading Elpine – “Veil”: Deep, Deeper, Elpine
Constantly rolling, eating its way through your consciousness in that captivating, almost hypnotising way that good club music really is all about. Continue reading Marco Rovere – “Yondu Udonta”: Dark, hypnotic hybrid
Massive. Soft. Hypnotic. A dream-like theme and a bass that embrace everyone and gives them a bear hug. This is PLUR. Peace, Love, Unity, Respect. Continue reading Jake Kaiser – Introspection: A frictionless glide