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British electro technician Stuart Price, more commonly known under the alias of Jacques Lu Cont, combines forces with Size Records boss Steve Angello to breathe new life into Depeche Mode’s ‘Soothe My Soul’ – a track off of the band’s 13th studio album – in the name of organic dance music. Consistently sharp but embracing an old-school twist reminiscent of Steve Angello circa 2006, the duo tackle Depeche Mode’s original with the utmost respect, replacing it’s rhythmic drum pattern and overall darkly intimate sound with vintage energy and fast-laced electro stylings.

Out today on Beatport.

British electro technician Stuart Price, more commonly known under the alias of Jacques Lu Cont, combines forces with Size Records boss Steve Angello to breathe new life into Depeche Mode’s ‘Soothe My Soul’ – a track off of the band’s 13th studio album – in the name of organic dance music. Consistently sharp but embracing an old-school twist reminiscent of Steve Angello circa 2006, the duo tackle Depeche Mode’s original with the utmost respect, replacing it’s rhythmic drum pattern and overall darkly intimate sound with vintage energy and fast-laced electro stylings.

Release is slated for May 6th.

Still awaiting to be approved for official release, Jeremy Olander has remixed a true Depeche Mode classic. Being taken to the global club scene earlier this year via the prodigious and to say the least extraordinary interpretation’s by none other than Eric Prydz, his unearthed Pryda Friends talent lays his hands on the esteemed array of It’s No Good for a complete and top of the line-makeover. Picked up by Dirty South for the Airsteala release in early February and making his premiere instalment on Pryda Friends with the Evade EP, Olander is undoubtedly forging his prestigious career with a coherent setting of tracks in the works and out. As he’s just recently fired across the Fairfax and Rypamont EP for a second release appearance on the guest imprint of Eric Prydz and consequently becoming the only one requested to return to the Pryda Friends label to date, the winds are most certainly talking for the advancement of the Stockholm-based underground star. Also having The Drew and Animal Garden coming up, Jeremy has created a complex but essential DJ gem out of the unremitting vocals from the ‘97 original and yet again screens the limitless potential of Jeremy Olander.

/Anton

With his recent EP alongside Acki Kokotos just out, the man of many names and shapes returns in glamour, going on the heels of the stunning vocal package of Niton with these two anticipated pieces! Being referred to as the brilliance in its humanitarian shape, Eric Prydz is finally unleashing his two outstanding contenders for Depeche Mode. Representing Mute Records, the long-awaited remixes of Personal Jesus and Never Let Me Down Again are now available. We’re no strangers to his dinguished sound and innovativeness when it comes to creating something out of the ordinary. He’s responsible for being a worthy headliner of the underground scene within electronic dance music and has reached fortune with some seriously everlasting trademarkers and I’m certain these remixes are no exception.

Depeche Mode – Personal Jesus / Never Let Me Down Again (Eric Prydz Remixes) [Mute Records] – Beatport Link

Depeche Mode – Never Let Me Down Again (Eric Prydz Remix)


Depeche Mode – Personal Jesus (Eric Prydz Remix)

/Anton

He’s already preparing for firing away his absolute brilliant remix of Never Let Me Down Again, the prestigious Eric Prydz is now also setting his remix of yet another Depeche Mode track on the horizon. The man of many names and shapes is one of the most distinguished icons in the industry as of now and rightly so. We’re no strangers to his immense brilliance and innovativeness when it comes to creating something out of the ordinary. It’s now time to shed light on his remix of Personal Jesus, which is scheduled to be released on May 30th through Mute Records along with Alex Metric’s smashing remix as well.

/Anton & Jesper

With his recent EP alongside Acki Kokotos just out, the man of many names and shapes returns in glamour, going on the heels of the stunning vocal package of Niton with a brand new remix of highly-acclaimed Depeche Mode! Being referred to as the brilliance in its humanitarian shape, Eric Prydz sets yet another piece of art on the horizon. He’s been one of the chosen ones to get featured on the legendary group’s forthcoming remix album that is due June 6th, also featuring a massive remix from Alex Metric. Growling synth lines and genuine beats abound on this remix of Never Let Me Down Again, have a listen!

/Anton

The highly-acclaimed Depeche Mode returns in glamour with preparations for the massive, upcoming remix album that is due on June 6th. Representing the prestigious Mute Records, the first remix has now been unveiled and it’s coming from the corners of London-stationed Alex Metric, whom also is being topical with the forthcoming vocal edit of his tune alongside Steve Angello. The shooting-star has certainly pulled this one off, using the samples from the original in a spectacular way. The package is not only consisting of this masterpiece, but will arrive alongside a Eric Prydz remix of Never Let Me Down Again as well!

/Jesper & Anton

With their trademarker Check This Out under their belt, Andrew Dee and Mick Kastonholt join forces yet again, this time also teaming up alongside the talented Alaa to take on the highly-acclaimed Depeche Mode and their established single, Personal Jesus. With the assistance of that brilliant vocal of the UK-stationed legends, the three rising stars from Sweden have crafted an absolute smashing tool of destruction, jammed with sets of pounding beats. This one has already walked the great halls of Sensation White with courtesy of Dimitri Vegas & Like Make. Go grab yourself a free copy of this one now!

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/Anton

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