While on youtube I came across Tom Reason’s original mix, “Focus”. After listening to the full track I really liked instrumental but thought that with some vocals it would sound incredible. Shortly after I stumbled upon this mashup. The vocals from “Apologize” work perfectly with the progressive, electro instrumental. Check out Straaka’s soundcloud for the free download!
Apologize Focus (Straka Mashup)- Tom Reason vs. One Republic
Porter Robinson and Mat Zo teamed up to create a massive progressive track. With Daft Punk/disco-esque vocals, accompanied by some whiny synths, this track seems to be a nice little follow up of “Language”. Similar in progressive style, however, this track is less electro and adds a little more funk. I love the route the two artists took on this track. The buildup is so captivating and it leads right into a high-energy drop. Big track from the two young artists.
Ode to Oi is definitely one of the most original sounding pieces I’ve heard in a while. It’s the type of house track I could see being an extremely successful tool in any artists club set. It’s got the perfect amount of funk and dirt, plus an extremely catchy vocal sample. It’s the type of song that just makes you wanna dance and like trap (although this isn’t trappy at all), get a little weird to. It’s out now on itunes, so support the artist by downloading it there:
The Swiss-born female producer extraordinaire that goes by Dinka has once again blessed the globe with a beautifully executed progressive house jam. A cross between Kaskade’s ’4 AM’ and your typical Ibiza-driven tech house anthem, ‘Inseparable’ is a tremendous testament to Dinka’s melodic prowess. This broad has been producing tracks that generally fall underneath the radar for years, but she is more than deserving of some EHusky recognition. Check it…
Not much info exists on Kanax, a brand new duo coming at us straight out of Switzerland. But their lush club anthem ‘Lion’ has been picked up by Cedric Zeyenne’s label, Zeyenne 89, and rightfully so. It’s got the bridges and builds of a John Dahlback track, the character of a Michael Woods jam, and an Afrojack-ish drop with a bit more body. One might deduce from the description that this is the progressive house equivalent of the ‘complete package’. Enjoy…
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