Genre: Progressive House
Joeysuki – Kickstart (Jack HadR Remix)
Oliver Heldens – Gecko
Label: Musical Freedom
Already supported by:
Hardwell, Tiesto, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Afrojack, Martin Garrix, W&W, Sander van Doorn, NERVO, Zedd, R3hab, Ferry Corsten, Blasterjaxx, Shermanology, Dillon Francis, Danny Howard (BBC1), Thomas Gold, Swanky Tunes, John Dahlback, Deniz Koyu, Example, #1 DMC Buzz Day Chart and many more.
Quentin Mosimann – The 8 Deadly Sins
Genre: Progressive House
Label: DJ Center Records
Release date: 2013-11-25
Quentin Mosimann this month lifts the lid on his much-hyped album ‘The 8 Deadly Sins’. Rammed with no less than thirteen original productions, he’s successfully achieved what so few electronic musicians dare to attempt. With an emphasis on Progressive House with borrowed elements from other sub-genres of dance music, Quentin has impressively proved his artistry with this varied and constantly quality package. Having secured #69 in the DJ Mag’s Top 100 in 2013, he’s taken an approach that few in the EDM world can compare to. No stranger to the album format, Quentin’s latest venture brings him back to his first love, true and pure electronic dance music. With his own globally recognisable vocals an integral addition to his arsenal, Quentin offers a range of talents far beyond that of production and mixing records. Whether on a synthesiser, drum kit or microphone – he’s a genuine example of a musician that can turn to any tools and perform at the highest of levels.
Hello feat. Amanda Wilson
I Drum U
‘The 8 Deadly Sins’ is a genuine album, a collection of ‘songs’ that have narrative and relevance to each other. With all too many EDM stars releasing a package of singles and calling it an album, Quentin has given the dance music world a reminder of what the format is all about. ‘The 8 Deadly Sins’ lets the music do the talking, something Quentin has done for his entire career and it’s that pro-active mentality, mixed with his extraordinarily widespread talent that makes him an essential selection.
Paul Thomas – Ultraviolet (Kash Trivedi Remix)
Original Artist – Paul Thomas
Remixer – Kash Trivedi
Mix Name – Ultraviolet (Kash Trivedi Remix)
Genre – Progressive House
Release date – 02/12/2013
Record Label – Ultraviolet Records
Portals – beatport/itunes/amazon/junodownloads
Tons of studio hours invested to create that unique sound quality has eventually brought the spotlight on Kash Trivedi’s music across various progressive house portals. Paul Thomas launches his label with its maiden release titled “Ultraviolet Remixes”.It is a compilation of remixes of his own original “ultraviolet” released on Toolroom Records.The album features a version from Kash Trivedi.
Kash has just made recent releases on Tiger Records and Virtual Love Records.
The Ultraviolet Remix brings back his unique arrangement style on the fore. The Remix starts with spooky sound fx and techy percussion along with metrum melodies and than Kash brings lifter and riser to intro his distinctive rolling basslines with full power to composition. Waves of rolling basslines take center stage and really shine here.The techy groove and shuffling hihats are really amazing and should undoubtly work on a very large range of dance floors. tommy synths changes along with those beautifully reworked keys & strings serve to enhance the emotions and tantalize the senses as the whole composition reaches at remarkable climax that blow your senses. breakdown brings super magic with powerful bigroom chords riffs blended with low cut kick and give full headroom side by square synth melodies. with huge buildup track goes to tremendous energy level with bass growls and thin glitches makes it different all the way. Once again kash fascinates with full progressions style and gives best of him. enormous grooves keep flirting with the dark atmospheric melodies all through.The combination of trippy-dark synth notes and floating strings creates an especial harmonic journey.
A subtle composition from Kash Trivedi and first & massive Ultraviolet Record’s best release for 2013.Highly recommended.