Some notable tracks from this week's mix include the LA Riots remix of Spencer & Hill's "Just Dance Now", Virtu's "Chaos Theory", and the Sound of Stereo remix for Crookers, Style of Eye, and Carli's recent collab "That Laughing Track". Sit back & enjoy the ride (get up and dance).
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Eric Prydz, arguably one of the most influential producers in modern dance music, is getting ready to release the debut album for his project Pryda, and today you can listen to my favourite track off the album so far, "SW4". Pounding techno synths with an electro house feel, "SW4" is just a small taste of what's to come when Prydz releases the full album on May 20.
This past week, Justin Blau, better known as 3LAU pledged to donate the entire cost for every purchase of his new remix, "Back To New", to Pencils of Promise, an organization who's mission is helping underprivileged children in third world countries receive proper educations. I'll stream the track for you here, and if you like it make sure to go purchase it on Beatport and support a great cause! Also make sure to check out Alesso's new remix of Keane, and Sander van Doorn's new original "Nothing Inside", a track that will surely get heavily remixed in the near future.
MORE ELECTRO HOUSE
Chuckie makes a double appearance in The Club today, first with his collab with Glowinthedark appropriately titled "Electrodude", and secondly alongside Laidback Luke & Martin Solveig for "1234". Another busy man is Albin Myers who recently dropped "Rave Riot", and be sure to check out the Midknight mix above as I feature another of his tracks, "Tick Tick Tock".
Today's taste of tech features some of my favourite tech house producers, who all released two-track EP's this week, and for each I'll include my personal favourite. Tocadisco's "The Clamp" is just what we've come to expect from the German producer, who continues to drop genre-bending tech house at a rapid pace. Koen Groeneveld is no different, seemingly releasing new tracks every other week. His latest "Kontrolfunktion", is a techno-laden house track with a deep bass that will most definitely rattle the dance floor this weekend.
If you love the music like I do, make sure you support the artists and purchase the music at a music outlet such as Beatport or similar!