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Hot on the heels from remixing Dada Life’s ‘Feed The Dada‘, Amsterdam’s Dyro mixes things up with a blissful take on Laidback Luke and Angger Dimas’ ‘Night Like This’ alongside U.S. songstress Polina. Still relishing in the energy that his previous remix duties have mustered, his third release on Mixmash Records sees him complement Polina’s sinewy vocals with evocative synth work and playfully fitting dubstep. Stepping away from the grinding Electro stylings now associated with the potent Dutch newcomer, Dyro’s latest work is sure to be music to the ears of those who feared young Jordy von Egmond could only master one sound.

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Hot on the heels from remixing Dada Life’s ‘Feed The Dada‘, Amsterdam’s Dyro mixes things up with a blissful take on Laidback Luke and Angger Dimas’ ‘Night Like This’ alongside U.S. songstress Polina. Still relishing in the energy that his previous remix duties have mustered, his third release on Mixmash Records sees him complement Polina’s sinewy vocals with evocative synth work and playfully fitting dubstep. Stepping away from the grinding Electro stylings now associated with the potent Dutch newcomer, Dyro’s latest work is sure to be music to the ears of those who feared young Jordy von Egmond could only master one sound.

Set for release September 6 via Mixmash Records.

Standing somewhat comfortably as Europe’s wackiest Electro outfit to date, Stockholm’s Dada Life drop the bananas to don themselves another fine vocal offering in the form of ‘Feed The Dada’. Where their sudden transition from instrumental sample-masters to full-fledged vocal mongers may have made for mixed reactions from the outset, their union alongside renowned homeland vocalist Daniel Gidlund makes for another positive spin on their radio-friendly credentials in anticipation of their forthcoming album, ‘The Rules Of Dada’.

Far from your sugary Electro-crossover, Gidlund’s pitch-perfect top line remains embedded within the duos signature blend of coarse lead progressions and grinding chord play with little sign of compromise in terms of club worthy quality.

Hot on the heels from his Wall Recordings debut alongside Ansol titled ‘Top Of The World‘, Amsterdam’s Jordy von Egmond, better known to the world as Dyro, is on hand to provide one of the two formal remixes. Replacing the original’s instrumental work with his characteristically grinding Electro House stylings, ‘Feed The Dada‘ receives a sturdy signature remix from one of Holland’s finest talents currently on offer.

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Update: The official video has been released.

As they continue to gear up for what looks to play out as one of their biggest releases thus far, Swedish masters of the fuzz Dada Life unveil of a new remix of their next single a week ahead of it’s Monday release.

Still hot on the heels from his Wall Recordings debut alongside Ansol titled ‘Top Of The World‘, Amsterdam’s Jordy von Egmond, better known to the world as Dyro, is first to bat for the remix package. Replacing the original’s already acclaimed instrumental work with his characteristically grinding Electro House stylings, ‘Feed The Dada‘ receives a sturdy signature remix from one of Holland’s finest talents currently on offer.

‘Feed The Dada’ will be released August 27.

Mixing up the national boundaries usually regimented within Electronic Dance Music, Canadian / Scandinavian collective Ansol join rising Dutch talent Dyro to don their triple threat charm to Wall Recordings with ‘Top Of The World’.

Given a premiere spin at the momentous Ultra Music Festival in Miami by Wall ringleader Afrojack, their three-way effort proved an intense effort for these promising young European producers. Leading with a rich top line, ‘Top Of The World’ carries all the powerful hallmarks of a solid Dutch House contender without conforming the grounds of a senseless repetition of Wall’s more familiar sound scope. Moulding itself a dynamic backbone of grinding chords and extensively tuned lead play, this trio emerge as a genuine highlight amid the hustle and bustle of the festival season and are sure to have caught some positive attention in the lead up to today’s long-awaited release.

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Words by Dan Carter

Proving as aptly favourable for their festival proof Electro cuts as they are surprising mainstream remix duties, Holland’s chainsaw master R3hab and his Leiden peer Dyro are two artists indispensible amid the crowded Dutch House scene. Uniting this month to tear through the work of distinguished Dutch peer Afrojack and his soulful homeland peers Shermanology’s enigmatic anthem ‘Can’t Stop Me’, Fadil El Ghoul’s chainsaw grinding intellect is met with the new school aptitude of his younger countryman.

While Dyro’s newly refined Electro stylings can be immediately traced from the outset of the tracks cataclysmic drop, R3hab’s grinding qualities and ferocious lead work are all too visible throughout this essential asset to the forthcoming remix package. Adding a strong dimension of festival energy to Dorothy Sherman’s heartrending top line, such exquisite remixes help the widespread belief that in one way or another the Dutch have truly redefined Electronic Dance Music.

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In anticipation of his Wall debut ‘Top Of The World‘, Dyro makes his fifth appearance on a label that’s been playing an essential role in his rise to the status of one of Holland’s most valued Electro House talents from the outset. Following on from the well-acclaimed ‘Raid‘ alongside Rene Kuppens, Jordy von Egmond, better known to the world as Dyro, is brought back to Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings for the release of ‘Paradox’. Teeming with soothing interludes and blistering lead work similar to that of his distorted signature sound, ‘Paradox’ may not appear as the most original amidst his streak of heavily supported club cuts but comes forth as another solid addition to his belt.

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Mixing up the national boundaries usually regimented within Electronic Dance Music, Canadian / Scandinavian collective Ansol join rising Dutch talent Dyro to don their triple threat charm to Wall Recordings with ‘Top Of The World’.

Given a spin at the momentous Ultra Music Festival in Miami by Wall ringleader Afrojack, their three-way effort proved an intense effort for these promising young European producers. Leading with a rich and emotive top line, ‘Top Of The World’ carries all the powerful hallmarks of a solid Dutch House contender without conforming the grounds of a senseless repetition of Wall’s more familiar sound scope. Moulding itself a dynamic backbone of grinding chords and extensively tuned lead play, this trio emerge as a genuine highlight amid the hustle and bustle of Ultra and are sure to have caught some positive attention in the lead up to its now anticipated release.

‘Top Of The World’ is set to be released on July 9.

Words by Dan Carter

Proving as aptly favourable for their festival proof Electro cuts as they are surprising mainstream remix duties, Holland’s chainsaw master R3hab and his Leiden peer Dyro are two artists indispensible amid the crowded Dutch House scene. Uniting this month to tear through the work of distinguished Dutch peer Afrojack and his soulful homeland peers Shermanology’s enigmatic anthem ‘Can’t Stop Me’, Fadil El Ghoul’s chainsaw grinding intellect is met with the new school aptitude of his younger countryman.

While Dyro’s newly refined Electro styling’s can be immediately traced from the outset of the tracks cataclysmic drop, R3hab’s grinding qualities and ferocious lead work are all too visible throughout this essential asset to the forthcoming remix package. Adding a strong dimension of festival energy to Dorothy Sherman’s heartrending top line, such exquisite remixes help the widespread belief that in one way or another the Dutch have truly redefined Electronic Dance Music.

The remix will be released June 25 on Wall Recordings.

Words by Dan Carter

As a consistent nod of vitality to the new wave of Dutch talent currently doing the rounds, Amsterdam based Dyro returns with a divergent studio offering for Spencer & Hill’s Bazooka Records having already made positive noise for Hardwell’s Revealed imprint. In a solid extension of his melodic Electro sound scope, Dyro matches his rising popularity with intense energy once again.

Building on a multifaceted array of sharp leads, ‘Saeta’ climaxes in a full-frontal explosion of heavy chords and wobbling low-end riffs that accumulates in his most ferocious outing to date. With a host of high-profile appearances set for the summer season, Dyro responds to the extensive global attention with yet another quality release for 2012.

Dyro – Saeta [Bazooka Records] – Beatport Link

Dyro – Saeta

Words by Dan Carter

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