The official closing party for Summerburst Festival takes place in the halls of Ambassadeur, hosted by none other than Eric Prydz. This Swedish DJ and producer knows no boundaries when it comes to creativity and uniqueness. Starring as one of the headliner’s of this year’s Summerburst on Stockholm stadium, Pryda brings his game to seize Ambassadeur with the distinguished Sébastien Léger and his own, unearthed talent Jeremy Olander on board. He’s managed to establish himself as an acclaimed underground icon in a industry, flooded with anticipation for uplifting piano house and has been a major inspiration for producers across the globe thanks to his immense brilliance. Going from an unwished-for music video for 2004’s hit single Call On Me to the massive sounds of last year’s anthem – Niton, it’s just about time this fellow prioritizes his fellow native compatriot’s love and passion for the star in shape of numerous homeland shows. Hailing from France, Sébastien Léger co-stars this mighty evening, currently riding the wave his splendid blend of chunky beats and smooth sounds has provided for him. With the recent release of the fluctatingly massive Bees on the shelves, Léger sets sails for a night of brilliance in Sweden capital. Hand picked as a new talent emerging the top of the scene by Prydz himself, Jeremy Olander finalizes the setting for Sunday’s event. Following a signed recording deal on Pryda Friends and instalments on Phazing Records and Spinnin, Olander just uncovered two new pieces of art called The Drew and Animal Garden. As it was just unveiled that the Pryda 20 EP is due to be released on June 13th, the upcoming show in Stockholm is most certainly going to head down a similar path as his newly launched show concept enacts – EPIC.
We are, yet again, honored to be delegated an exclusive guest list for the event which provides free entry for our fellow followers. All you have to do to sign yourself up is to send your name and age (an age of 18 is required) to firstname.lastname@example.org and mark the e-mail by ”Pryda Friends”. One name equals free entry for two. We have a limited amount of spots on the list so firstcome first served!
When: 5th of June, 22:00 – 04:00 June 6th (GMT+2)
Where: Ambassadeur, Kungsgatan 18 Stockholm, Sweden
Age: 20+ (18+ on our exclusive guest list)
- Eric Prydz (a.k.a Pryda & Cirez D)
- Sebastién Léger
- Jeremy Olander
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Topical with a new single alongside Axwell, Thomas Gold presents us a brilliant remix of last year’s Summer anthem from Sander van Doorn – Reach Out. The original headlined countless of festivals and dance events last year, starring as an acclaimed opener in Swedish House Mafia’s sets among others. As it has reached opulent status in the industry, Reach Out has become a landmark for the highly rated icon from the Netherlands. As unveiled in the first episode of his recently launched series of mixtapes named The Goldcast, Gold’s peerlessly distinguished sound stars as the main act in another smash. Set for release on June 20th through Doorn Records, the German goes on the heels of January’s Blow Up remix on Axtone.
Going from a big room synth lead to the pounding sounds of acid, Nari & Milani’s Kendo single has been an absolute killer weapon in sets the past couple of months, championed by the Swedish House Mafia among others. Representing Steve Angello’s prestigious Size Records, the Italian duo has made names for themselves with several hits alongside Christian Marchi under their belt, including last year’s massive I Got You. Their sublime sound has become their landmark which is now approaching camp Size with a festival version from Xaver. Following releases of unstoppable anthem’s from Third Party, David Tort and Tim Mason, Kendo is a new anthem to fall into place in the discography of Size Records. It’s due to be released on June 15th, have a listen!
Richard Grey and Sebastien Drums join forces to present their new disco-inspired piece named Party Now. Following the long-awaited Turn This World Around release on Subliminal and the recent free give-away of the catchy Champagne alongside Norman Doray, Ibiza producer gives us a sneak peak on his new joint alongside Sebastien Drums – a DJ of the new French generation whose 2011 follow-up to My Feelings For You named Snus was nothing short of glorious. As his new French-touch tune together with vocalist Niles Mason is emerging camp Subliminal, Party Now is another disco challenger for the reccurent disco genre. It’s due out soon on Grey’s Pyramidal Records, have a listen!
Following Pete Tha Zouk’s remix of It’s Over Now and Antranig’s pounding Back That Up, Erick Morillo and camp Subliminal are firing across a new single to the Sondos Records press. This time, coming from the corners of American Stephan Luke. The Miami-stationed DJ and producer is unveiling his new single called Body Talk – a tune most likely to appeal dancefloors across Ibiza this Summer with its firm and exotic beat.
Style of Eye has established himself as an icon for out-and-out fans of electronic dance music with numerous instalment’s on Sebastian Ingrosso’s prestigious Refune Records, including his Miami challenger – Sexx. Being requested to remix Alex Metric and Steve Angello’s groundbreaking vocal mix of Open Your Eyes earlier this year and with a forthcoming remix of Swedish House Mafia’s Save The World in full swing, the Swede is now shedding light on his newest offering – an EP for Sound Pellegrino, consisting of settings of warped and twisted sounds coming from the two pieces named Dry and Wet.
The fast-rising duo Lunde Bros. has been doing some serious climbing lately, releasing their contender for the first Cr2 Ibiza package Angry Bird, taking on Reuben Keeney’s single Malta for Joia Records as well as unleashing their massive remix of MYNC’s almighty Something On Your Mind, featuring wonderful vocals by the talanted singer Abigail Bailey. The Swedes are now uncovering the first issue of their new series of mixtapes, appropriately named This Is Lunde Bros which features their new joint alongside Darwin & Backwall named Brighton Beach, Swanky Tunes’ dynamic remix of Clap Your Hands and Bingo Players and Nicky Romero’s newest collaboration smash – Sliced.
01. Nicky Romero – Play N’ Stop [Work]
02. John Dahlback – Work It Out [Toolroom]
03. Sandy Rivera & Virus J – Put Your Hands Up (Joey Suki Remix) [Defected]
04. Tom Novy feat. Michael Marshall – Your Body (Alex Kenji Remix) [Kosmo]
05. Kryder – Me [Maquina]
06. Gregor Salto & Mastiksoul – Toca Bunda (Muzzaik Remix) [4Kenzo]
07. Prok & Fitch – The Tribe [Floorplay]
08. Boogie Pimps – Knocking (Tujamo Remix) [Housesession]
09. Bingo Players & Nicky Romero – Sliced [Hysteria]
10. Skitzofrenix & Jeff Doubleu – Rushin’ [Sneakerz Muzik]
11. Lunde Bros. – Angry Bird [Cr2]
12. Darwin & Backwall vs. Lunde Bros. – Brighton Beach [PinkStar]
13. Jus Jack – Clap Your Hands (Swanky Tunes Remix) [Moda]
14. Kurd Maverick – Warum Nisht [Cr2]
/Jesper & Anton
The rumoured Third Party remix of Swedish House Mafia’s Save The World single is finally falling into place in the superb remix package, as unveiled by highly rated icon Tiësto in the past weekend’s Electric Daisy Carnival in Orlando. Unearted by Steve Angello and camp Size in mid 2010, the two earnest youngsters behind the London duo star as the masterminds behind the recent smashes Duel and Feel. As the original soars on the global charts, plenty of remixes are lined up for the forthcoming remix package that is due to be released on June 10th in Europe/Australia and the 14th worldwide. Hailing from the Sweden and the Swedish House Mafia camp, Alesso’s remix of the track got itself a world exclusive spin in Pete Tong’s Essential Selection in front of a whooping two million listeners last weekend as Style Of Eye and Carli’s contender is doing some serious impacts in cyber world. Premiered Saturday’s Sensation White in Prague, AN21 and Max Vangeli uncovered their version of the single just last night, boosting the massive anticipation for the second package. Representing EMI Music, the floodlight sheds the attention on Third Party and their newest offering, have a listen!
With the prosperous Put Your Hands Up For Detroit from 2006 under his belt, Fedde Le Grand is still causing some serious impacts on dance events worldwide. His new signature blend of harmonic tones and earth-shattering beats has paved the way for the highly acclaimed Autosave in mid February and most recently – the superb Running single alongside Sultan, Ned Shepard and Mitch Crown. World established Le Grand is now joining in under Mark Knight and Toolroom Records‘ banner to uncover his next smash – a booming piece for the ages named Metrum.
A feel-good buzz is coming from Spinnin Records headquarters and their subdivision Confidence Recordings. Just out is Marvega’s new, beautiful piano smash. Graced with a smooth vocal, this progressive piece is certain to make you wanna swing with that catchy bassline. Crossing path with a brilliant set of synth leads, piano house takes a turn for the better in this new offering from the Netherlands named Affection.