Armed with a unique arsenal of popular vocal bangers, one artist has continued to relentlessly channel his studio dialect into tactically placed club contenders. Already accumulating some serious hype in the build up to his forthcoming debut album for Ultra Records, Adrian Lux is hotly tipped to be one of Sweden’s deadliest weapons for 2012. Keeping it reassuringly Progressive and as emotively deep as previous offerings, this latest orgy of prancing synths and well-oiled vocals from Dante truly spark the fuse for the rising Stockholm producer on the verge of a true landmark in his relatively short recording career. Where Alive basked in the same emotive wrath of his industry breakthrough for Axtone ‘Teenage Crime’, there is a sincere sense of progressive energy in his return to the spotlight of European House music. Offering further hope that the country’s acclaimed knack where divine club soundtracks are concerned is no short-lived fad but infact the future of the craft itself, the New Year already proves a world of promise for artist and country alike.

Burning is set to release soon via Ultra Records.

Words by Dan Carter

9 Comments to “Live Preview: Adrian Lux feat. Dante – Burning [Ultra]”

  • i would be surprised if adrian lux’s album isnt the best one this year, so original tracks!

  • He is completely underrated. His mind is so sharp. While everyone trys to make anthems, he makes beautiful music.

  • Can’t wait for the album, love the softness in his sound!

  • mäktig!

  • he fucked my (now ex-) girlfriend. and i can’t even stay mad! adrian lux makes some great house music..

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