Swedish producers have the progressive house scene on lock. This can be proved by the up-in-coming Swedish trio Trilane and their latest track “Tomorrowism.” The trio stated, “We wanted to make a moody, emotional track with an energetic drop and the result is ‘Tomorrowism’.” Give it a listen below and be sure to grab the free download!
19 year old Swiss producer Carl Michael teams up with fellow swiss duo Waysons in the progressive bomb “Faon.” The original track feeds off a super catchy melody with beautiful guitar work. Stream the gem below and head over to Beatport for your copy!
After teasing us for close to a year, Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman and Steve Angello release the official preview of their highly-anticipated “Payback” collaboration. The track received one of its first plays last year at EDC Las Vegas via Steve Angello and has been building extensive hype since. Gorgeous lead melodies that break into power progressive house surely make it a contender for Track of the Year. Release date is set for April 22nd on Steve Angello’s SIZE imprint.
Premiered on Episode 007 of Swoltastic Radio this past Monday, Live City’s take on Mikey Wax’s “You Lift Me Up” hits the music shelves running. Catchy vocals from the Long Island native combined with a soothing, progressive melody transform the original into a perfect spring/early summer anthem. Head over to iTunes to grab your copy, along with the original and acoustic mixes!
Shortly after Porter Robinson released his outside-the-box production “Sea of Voices,” youngblood producer Social Status shares with us his rendition of the powerful, euphoria-filled original. Hailing from British Columbia, Social Status adds an impressive layer of orchestral strings which leads into a pounding, big-room break. The remix would do wonders to those closing out their sets or those seeking to chill-lax so get on this freebie!
Just two weeks after their debut original release “Trilogy” hit the music shelves, Australian duo Karboncopy land an official release on Laidback Luke’s Mixmash imprint with their remix of “Collide.” In the remix, Kindred and Corin give the original bassline a dose of their powerful progressive medicine while maintaining the euphoric vocals underlying a gorgeous melody. Stream the remix below and be sure to pick up your copy on Beatport!
Hailing from the Big Apple, Jake Olin of Sunday Attiretreats us to his remix of “Ceilings” by LA indie rock band Local Natives. Jake wasted no time in snagging the stems from one of his favorite bands. In the remix, Jake maintains the tranquil vocal and percussive layers from the original but adds an uptempo, progressive house vibe perfect for a Sunday night or any other night of the week. So crank up those high socks and kick back with a free download from Sunday Attire!
After over a year of perfecting their remix game, Aussie duo Karboncopyproudly unveil their first orignal release with “Trilogy.” Kindred and Corin have mastered their own style of uplifting, progressive house (let’s call it Karbon-gressive from now on). The duo teams up with fellow Aussie Dimatik in “Trilogy,” a powerful progressive piece laced with euphoric piano chords. The original comes to you off the Ministry of Sound imprint via Astrx. Stream the preview below and be sure to grab the full version off Beatport!
Audien has become one of my favorite producers in the recent years via his unique progressive trance-like sounds that can lift you to a whole new level. Straying away from his usual style in “Elysium,” Audien returns to his trademark self in a remix of Bastille’s “Pomepeii.” No word on a release date so listen to the preview below to hold you over!