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Joined by homeland songstress Clare Maguire, British producer Burns follows up last year’s ‘Lies’ with yet another potent original production in the form of ‘Limitless’. Leaping between Maguire’s angelic vocals and Burns’ poignant melodic stylings, ‘Limitless’ plays out with the anthemic and Calvin Harris-like stamina that we have come to associate with the Brit. On the flip, the accompanying remix package sees French big room maestro Arno Cost offer up a chugging electro house rendition before Gunther Beatz closes out the EP with an exemplary display of feel-good nu-disco.

Out now on Beatport.

Burns – Limitless (Arno Cost Remix):

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Parisian big room master Arno Cost makes his Size Records debut with new original track ‘Head Up’. First premiered by label head honcho Steve Angello at Escape From Wonderland in late October, ‘Head Up’ sees Cost ring in the New Year with festival-friendly stamina.

Leading with a darker sound scope than what we have come to associate with his studio output over the years, Cost goes in the same vein as latest single ‘Lifetime‘ to create a heavy-hitting display of minimalistic drops and melodic breakdown segments.

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Parisian big room master Arno Cost makes his Size Records debut with new original track ‘Head Up’. First premiered by label head honcho Steve Angello at Escape From Wonderland in late October, ‘Head Up’ will see Cost ring in the New Year with festival-friendly stamina.

Leading with a darker sound scope than what we have come to associate with his studio output over the years, Cost goes in the same vein as latest single ‘Lifetime‘ to create a heavy-hitting display of minimalistic drops and melodic breakdown segments.

Update (10/1): The release has been pushed back a week to January 21st via Size Records/Serial Records.

Having played somewhat off the radar since the release of his three-way collaborative original ‘Trilogy’ alongside Laidback Luke and Norman Doray, it’s only right that Parisian big room master Arno Cost breaks the silence with the creative stamina and quality-over-quantity approach that have championed his name over the past several years. First premiered at Denver’s Beta Nightclub earlier this Fall, Cost’s return to the limelight sees him mix things up for a heavier-set release in ‘Lifetime’.

Laced with rocky vocals and coarse leads, the gritty chugging energy of ‘Lifetime’ makes for as unpretentious of a return as any Electro head could ask for, comfortably setting the tone ahead of his forthcoming original track with David Guetta in the process.

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Having played somewhat off the radar since the release of his three-way collaborative outing ‘Trilogy’ alongside Laidback Luke and Norman Doray, it’s only right that Parisian big room master Arno Cost breaks the silence with the creative stamina and quality-over-quantity approach that have championed his name over the past several years. First premiered at Denver’s Beta Nightclub earlier this month, Cost’s return to the limelight sees him unveil his follow-up to last year’s debut on Refune, ‘Lise’, called ‘Lifetime’.

Laced with rocky vocals and coarse leads, the gritty chugging energy of ‘Lifetime’ makes for as unpretentious of a return as any Electro head could ask for, comfortably setting the tone ahead of a forthcoming original track with David Guetta in the process.

Update (7/11): ‘Lifetime’ will be released November 28th on Spinnin Records. The official preview is now available.

Parisian big room master Arno Cost emerges with an exclusive new mix for the summer season. Despite having played somewhat off the radar since the release of his three-way collaborative outing ‘Trilogy’ alongside Laidback Luke and Norman Doray, the French producer stays true to the force of his globetrotting sets while comfortably setting the tone ahead of a forthcoming original track with David Guetta. In a blend of vibrant mash-ups and such festival favorites as Alesso’s ‘Years’ and Benny Benassi’s remix of ‘Trembling Hands‘, this high-octane set shows Cost back in form for the last leg of the summer.

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Tracklist:

01. The Temper Trap – Trembling Hands (Benny Benassi Remix) [Infectious]
02. Alesso feat. Matthew Koma – Years [Refune]
03. Nari & Milani – Atom (Maurizio Gubellini & Delayers Remix) [Netswork] w/ Timbaland pres. One Republic – Apologize (Acappella) w/ Otto Knows – Million Voices [Refune] (Thomas Gold vs. Hardwell Edit)
04. Avicii & Nicky Romero – Nicktim [Mixmash] w/ Justice – D.A.N.C.E (Acappella)
05. Laidback Luke, Arno Cost & Norman Doray – Trilogy (Original vs. Swanky Tunes Remix) [Mixmash] w/ David Guetta, Sebastian Ingrosso, Dirty South ft. Julie McKnight – How Soon Is Now (Acappella) (Arno Cost Edit)
06. Eddie Thoneick & Norman Doray – Celsius [Size]
07. Tujamo & Plastik Funk – WHO [Tiger]
08. Skitzofrenix & Jeff Doubleu – Rushin’ [Sneakerz Muzik] w/ Kurd Maverick – Hell Yeah! [Spinnin] (Arno Cost Edit)
09. Hard Rock Sofa & Swanky Tunes – Here We Go [Axtone]
10. Hard Rock Sofa – Quasar [Axtone] w/ Diddy, Dirty Money feat. Skylar Grey – Coming Home (Dirty South Remix) [Interscope] w/ Daft Punk – Aerodynamic [Virgin]

Having already collected three of Electronic Dance Music’s most pivotal European contenders to date, the second coming of Laidback Luke, Arno Cost and Norman Doray’s ‘Trilogy’ for Mixmash is given a good going over by a triple-threat within Russia’s dignified Electronic cohorts. Consistently supported by the likes of Swedish House Mafia and eagerly exported across the globe on a regular basis, Vadim, Dmitry and Stanislav don a significantly matured melodic backbone to the original, replacing its original drop with a layer of ferocious drums and scatty lead work in their follow-up outing to ‘The Legend’. Bringing fresh enthusiasm to the already renowned peak-timer, Swanky Tunes inject a significant dose of verve to further establish their ascent upon the international club scene.

Laidback Luke, Arno Cost & Norman Doray – Trilogy (Swanky Tunes Remix) [Mixmash Records] – Beatport Link

Laidback Luke, Arno Cost & Norman Doray – Trilogy (Swanky Tunes Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

Adding to the momentum of the original’s on-going onslaught on dance floors and radio alike, Swanky Tunes remix the titanic trio Laidback Luke, Arno Cost and Norman Doray’s new release, entitled ‘Trilogy‘, with utmost ease. As one of Russia’s most sought-after DJ and production outfits, the limitless scope of Vadim, Dmitry and Stanislav has established them as a much talked about trio on the international clubbing circuit with consistent support from the greatest of Electronic Dance music pioneers. For their latest effort then, Swanky Tunes give the original’s playful, triple-headed vocal line a rather noteworthy tweak along with switching the original drop for an array of well-crafted drums, making this a worthy follow-up release to ‘The Legend‘.

The remixes of ‘Trilogy’ are released March 8th via Mixmash Records.

Laidback Luke, Arno Cost & Norman Doray – Trilogy (Swanky Tunes Remix)

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Mixmash Records have never been an imprint of inaudible qualities. Assembling the likes of heavyweight French House veterans Arno Cost and Norman Doray alongside visionary imprint founder turned mainstream monger Laidback Luke, the labels latest endeavour calls upon the titanic artist’s knack for belligerent floor fillers for a triple threat outing for European Dance Music.

With such bangers as ‘The Days To Come‘, ‘Breakaway‘ and ‘Natural Disaster‘ leading the way for their respective solo endeavours, ‘Trilogy’ marks a studio offering superior in terms of intrepid energy and spotless stamina. Building with full-bodied chord progressions and high-end synth leads, its vigorously tuned low-end transition to a full-bodied explosion of bass mark a superior notch for this finely tuned trio of enigmatic European House exports. Say what you will about odd numbers, but as far as dynamic club outings and Mixmash Records are concerned, three is still the magic number.

Laidback Luke, Arno Cost & Norman Doray – Trilogy [Mixmash Records] – Beatport Link

Laidback Luke, Arno Cost & Norman Doray – Trilogy

Words by Dan Carter

Mixmash Records have never been an imprint of inaudible qualities. Assembling the likes of heavyweight French House veterans Arno Cost and Norman Doray alongside visionary imprint founder turned mainstream monger Laidback Luke, the labels latest endeavour calls upon the titanic artist’s knack for belligerent floor fillers for a triple threat outing for European Dance Music.

With such bangers as The Days To Come, Breakaway and Natural Disaster leading the way for their respective solo endeavours, ‘Trilogy’ marks a studio offering superior in terms of intrepid energy and spotless stamina. Building with full-bodied chord progressions and high-end synth leads, its vigorously tuned low-end transition to a full-bodied explosion of bass mark a superior notch for this finely tuned trio of enigmatic European House exports. Say what you will about odd numbers, but as far as dynamic club outings and Mixmash Records are concerned, three is still the magic number.

‘Trilogy’ is released on February 20th via Mixmash Records.

Laidback Luke, Arno Cost & Norman Doray – Trilogy

Words by Dan Carter

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