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With releases on Phazing Records and So Much Dada under his belt, British producer Eden Anderson returns as Special Features to make his Big Beat Records debut with his first formal solo release, ‘Illusions’.

Rife with the experimental melodic patterns that he has become synonymous with since he first entered close to two years ago, ‘Illusions’ sets considerably high standards for his forthcoming single alongside Kate Elsworth to follow suit with.

Out now on Beatport.

With Norway promptly catching up on its industry-leading neighbours, the country’s leading Progressive export Carl Louis and Martin Danielle return to remix duties with a strong take on Arty’s, ‘Together We Are’.

Rife with the light, euphoric synths that pervaded last year’s acclaimed ‘Black Eyes & Blue’, the Norwegian duo’s poignant remix brings a key driven emphasis to their signature melodic developments. CLMD add yet another Progressive House gem to their arsenal for the Miami Music Week.

Out today on Beatport

Update: The official music vido has been added.

With releases on Phazing Records and So Much Dada under his belt, British producer Eden Anderson returns as Special Features to make his Big Beat Records debut with his first formal solo track in ‘Illusions’.

Rife with the experimental melodic patterns that he has become synonymous with since he first entered close to two years ago, ‘Illusions’ sets considerably high standards for his forthcoming single alongside Kate Elsworth to follow suit with.

Out April 8th via Big Beat Records.

With Norway promptly catching up on its industry-leading neighbours, the country’s leading Progressive export Carl Louis and Martin Danielle return to remix duties with a strong take on Arty’s current Beatport #3, ‘Together We Are’.

Rife with the light, euphoric synths that pervaded last year’s acclaimed ‘Black Eyes & Blue’, the Norwegian duo’s poignant remix brings a key driven emphasis to their signature melodic developments. Aptly set for release on March 18th through Big Beat Records, CLMD add yet another Progressive House gem to their arsenal for the Miami Music Week.

Out March 18th as part of the official remix package.

Merely a year after it’s premier at Avicii’s New Year’s Eve extravaganza at New York’s Pier 94, Arty releases the vocal mix of his long-awaited single ‘Together We Are’, featuring Chris James.

Between the blissful builds and James’ haunting vocals that pervade ‘Together We Are’, the aptly titled track marks an inoffensive middle-ground between his earlier Trance roots and the universally renowned Progressive stylings that have sealed his name.

Out now on Beatport

Update (18/3): The official music video has been added.

Brotherly Stockholm duo and widely supported House enthusiasts Lunde Bros are back to take on remix duties for the vocal mix of John Dahlback’s ‘Life’, featuring Swedish pop princess Agnes, for their first release of 2013.

Rife with the low-end energy and indolent lead play, their Big Beat debut sees them put a darker club twist on the blissful original of ‘Life’. Still boasting the exceptionally varied properties now associated with the John Dahlback approved maestros, the duo provides a solid contender for the soundtrack to one of Dance music’s most important yearly outings, better known as Miami Music Week.

Out on February 11th along with remixes from Feenixpawl and Lazy Rich.

In the wake of last year’s successful original release, aspiring Spanish DJ Danny Avila looks to extend the shelf life of his debut single ‘Breaking Your Fall’ with a four-track remix package courtesy of two acts from each side of the pond.

Swapping the original’s bright synth lines for pulsing beats and raw energy throughout, dBerrie, Mikael Weermets, Lucky Date and Sick Individuals are on hand to lay down four hard-hitting numbers of the synth-laden original mix.

Out today on Beatport.




In anticipation for the release of his remix duties of The Only’s ‘Looking Back,’ Australia’s 18-year-old John Walden returns to Big Beat Records for his fourth single release on the label with ‘Intropial.’

Providing a track of high-octane synth work and memorable vocals, ‘Intropial’ sees the Australian producer build a more mature soundscape than his previous offerings while encapsulating the energy and attitude that have embodied his presence on the international Dance circuit.

Out today on Beatport.

In the wake of the acclaimed original release, Chuckie and Junxterjack’s ‘Make Some Noise’ receives a hard-hitting slew of remixes from across the dance music spectrum.

While Laidback Luke’s dark and grinding sound leads to a positive leading remix from the unfathomable Dutch club icon, eclectic Italian producer Crookers joins the remix pack with a strong, screeching take. Dealing in a festival-friendly Dutch House sound, Deorro offers a bleep-happy yet unpretentious take on the Chuckie and Junxterjack original, leaving room for a trap take from Glowinthedark & Wax Motif and Mastiksoul to mix things up with a drum-heavy remix.

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With Australia proving a crucial player in the global Dance overhaul, 18-year-old John Walden weighs in as potent national contender on all counts. Already adorned for his earlier signings to Atlantic offshoot Big Beat Records and furthering his gaze with collaborative duties alongside TV Rock’s Grant Smillie, the Sydney-based producer returns to Big Beat for the final hurdle of 2012.

Given an exclusive premiere by Pete Tong on his weekly Essential Selection show, ‘Ciaco’ deals in strong melodic progressions and meaty lead work throughout, apexing in a surge of peak time energy that fails to draw away from the tracks vigorous composition values.

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