In one of his most energizing years of industrious wanderings to date, Swedish master of the melodic anthem Eric Prydz is yet to rest on his well-oiled laurels. Like the mad professor of inventive Dance music, his first single release since his debut Pryda album sees Prydz sample a John Ciafone track from 2002 with the same name for ‘Every Day’, previously known to fans as the sought-after ‘Bootshaus ID’. In a surge of his atmospheric energy, the stern emphasis on melodic progressions and vintage charisma marks an exciting extension of the uplifting club hallmarks that have seen Eric Prydz reign supreme over the past several years.

But first to bat for the remix package, Pryda Friends-endorsed Norwegian Fehrplay swaps the original’s blissful melodic play for a refreshing, bass-heavy sound, eerily similar to that of ‘Nightride‘. Hitting the middle-ground between heavier-set Deep House and dark Progressive, Fehrplay’s remix proves a worthy and fitting addition to the package, choosing to chop Ciafone’s vocals into a dark and hypnotic formula.

The ‘Every Day’ EP is released November 5th, also including a remix from Andy C and ‘We Are Mirage’.

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11 Comments to “Release: Eric Prydz – Every Day (Incl. Fehrplay Remix) [Pryda]”

  • Beat my day : There will be an instru. version in the every day EP?

  • Bigbrother: Nope. Just these two, the Andy C remix and ‘We Are Mirage’.

  • oj vad det här är svårslaget, grym remix och fetaste originalet. pryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyydz

  • king!

  • Faith in house music restored.

  • Really great track from Prydz, Love the original so much I dont wanna hear any remix

  • _Amazing_

  • Thx, I don’t think a track like this need any remix, except maybe this fehrplay mix, completely different from the original, really not bad but nothing can beat the original

  • The BEST track I’ve heard this year! BOOOTSHAUS!

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