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…
22 year old Oakland-based producer Lucky Date has just re-entered my radar with this monstrous remix of John Dahlback & Greg Cerrone’s ‘Every Breath’. Slick female vocals, a well-crafted bridge, and a healthy dose of grunge throughout the entirety of the drop are the factors that make this track both exciting and refreshing. Look out for Lucky Date in the future; we’re sure there’s no shortage of good music where this came from.
Every Breath (Lucky Date Remix) – John Dahlback & Greg Cerrone ft. Janice Robinson
Tom Staar’s hometown is listed as Space on his Facebook page, and although we’re pretty sure there’s no way that’s true, we can give you the affirmative on the notion that his beats are out of this world. ‘Cheyenne’ is an electro masterpiece with a splash of acid and a build-up that will surely raise the hair on the back of your neck before the drop sends you to infinity and beyond. Look for this dynamic rising staar to explode on the scene imminently.
Here’s one more reason to say thank god it’s friday: Another mix jam-packed full of new tunes, some timeless classics, and a healthy dose of everything in between. I’ll be serving these up at least twice a month, giving you an hour of uninterrupted madness each time. Enjoy episode 3…
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01. Peter Brown – Gotta Have U (Original Mix)
02. Bingo Players vs. Steve Angello – Teasing Mr. Devotion (Sam Zwonitzer Mash)
03. WhiteNoize – In Ibiza (Sami Saari Remix)
04. Rene Amesz & Ruell – Work This (Original Club Mix) w/ Danny Serrano, Gonzalo & Gonzales – Wasabi (Original Mix)
05. Anna Anderson & Baltic System – In My Mind (Sunset Mix)
06. Tim Berg vs. Promise Land – Simply Bromance (Marco Zanfardano Mashup)
07. Pryda – SW4 w/ Pryda vs. The Temper Trap – Mighty Sweet Disposition (eSQUIRE Bootleg)
08. Joris Voorn – Goodbye Fly (Original Mix)
09. Henrik B, Rudy – Leave A Light On (NO_ID Remix) w/ Alesso – Nillionaire (Original Mix)
10. David Tort – School of 88 (Original Mix)
11. Red Hot Chili Peppers – By The Way (Whelan & Di Scala 2012 Miami Mix) w/ Steve Angello – Rave ‘N’ Roll (Original Mix)
12. Eric Prydz – Pjanoo (Eric Prydz Private Intro Edit)
13. Grant Smillie & Walden – A Million Lights (Bauer & Lanford Remix)
14. Kaskade & Adam K feat. SunSun – Raining (PIXL Remix)
15. Imogen Heap – Hide & Seek (Otto Knows Bootleg)
Any avid Tommy Trash fan has most assuredly had this collaboration with The Aston Shuffle stuck in their head for weeks, even months. Well, say goodbye to the radio rips and live set versions – the eagle has landed. Complete with the signature Trash style, a dark minor chord progression and enough bounce to satisfy Tigger on the most restless of days, it’s safe to say that Tommy has once again proved his ability to deliver. Click play, click it twice, click it thrice…. I’m on #5 and still goin’ strong.
Sunrise (Won’t Get Lost) (Tommy Trash Version) – The Aston Shuffle vs. Tommy Trash
Just as Primacy Funk began to slip off my radar, this gem blessed my ears with some undeniable heat. You’ll hear soundwaves reminiscent of the synths used by none other than Mr. Tim Bergling in his classic track ‘Bromance’. You’ll also hear a sensational dirty dutch-esque drop that would make Afrojack and his mayonnaise eating family quite proud (if you didn’t see the commercial, I apologize). As the weather starts to turn cool in the greater New York area, we’d like to remind you of one simple fact: The Summer Is Magic. Period.
The Summer Is Magic (Primacy Funk Oldschool Remix) – Playahitty
With Amy Thompson driving an incredible social media campaign for the final leg of Swedish House Mafia’s existence as we know it, all eyes are on the three boys behind the decks. So, eSQUIRE has successfully seized the opportunity to capitalize on the situation. This extra-bouncy, club-oriented remix of Don’t You Worry Child adds a healthy dosage of funk to the emotional anthem that is the original mix. The reason I love eSQUIRE so much is because their music borders between progressive house and tech house, providing the listener with a phenomenal bridge between mainstream and underground club house. Now, turn it up loud enough to hear on a hill across the blue lake…
Don’t You Worry Child (eSQUIRE’s Private Remix) – Swedish House Mafia ft. John Martin
Remember when David Guetta titled his album ‘Nothing But The Beat’? It made seemingly no sense… Last time I checked, Chris Brown’s and Nicki Minaj’s vocals did not constitute ‘nothing but the beat’. Guetta has done incredible things for this genre of music, and I’ll always respect him for that, but perhaps the album title was not the right fit. I’m going to take this opportunity to showcase a few gems that I believe hold true to that nothing but the beat mentality. When heard at the right volume in the proper setting, these tracks will catapult you to another dimension. You feel the bass deep in your chest, you lock into a rhythm, and you just groove. For hours. Nothing about these songs will be congruent with your typical, progressive house shtick, but hopefully you can appreciate the importance of tracks like this. Legends like Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, Danny Tenaglia, and the entire island of Ibiza were born out of the nothing but the beat mentality. None of this blossoming scene would have existed without that. Enjoy these deep, dark grooves.
The Reward Is Cheese – Deadmau5 vs. Jelo
Wasabi (Original Mix) – Danny Serrano, Gonzalo & Gonzalez
Deep Down (Luigi Rocca Remix) – J Nitti ft. Shirley Davis
Minimania (Original Mix) – Tony Kairom
Holler Girls (Original Mix) – ReJoyce
Rakfunk – Pryda
- SZ (@Zwon/@TheElectroHusky) reminding you to dig deep…
Need a little bounce in your step to make it to hump day? Let Deorro do the trick with his new electro jam, ‘Me’. It has a pinch of acid house, and some elements similar to an Afrojack track. It’s tunes like this that will be the perfect tool for making a crowd go absolutely nuts. Deorro comes through in this instance with a record that dares to challenge the norm, and I, for one, am definitely a fan. Listen loud if possible…
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