As premiered in his Essential Mix from Creamfields, which aired on BBC Radio 1 three weeks back, Eric Prydz saddles up for the continued crusade of one of electronic dance music’s most distinguished masterminds to date. Stemming from Sweden capital, Prydz has made certain of infecting the industry with his prodigious offerings over the past decade. After reluctantly relinquishing the commercial success of ‘Call On Me’ up the global charts in 2004, the icon prefers to nowadays instead be recognized by the outlets of his many experimental pseudonyms that have fuelled the upbringing of our Swedish music export. With an admirable musical capacity and creativeness, Prydz returns to one of the two aliases still in use, Cirez D, to present us another exploit. Following the releases of Mokba, the Tomorrow and Sirtos Madness EP, the remixes on Depeche Mode, Full Stop and the recent 2Night, a sweeping distortion has arisen to headline the next Cirez D single into acclamation. Being a record out of the ordinary, the freshly unveiled taster seems to not reveal the complete story as it ends promptly with a monstrous kick and leaves us eager in the wait for a longer insight. It’s to be released soon on Mouseville Records, have a listen!