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German tunemonger Eddie Thoneick and high-flying Frenchman Norman Doray unite to release ‘Celsius’. Following on from 2010’s well-received ‘Tweet It‘ alongside Avicii and fellow countryman Sebastien Drums, Doray returns to Steve Angello’s Size Records to aid Eddie Thoneick’s inauguration to the label with ‘Celsius’.

Despite being somewhat eclipsed by the on-going promotion for AN21 and Max Vangeli’s soon-to-be-released ”People of the Night” album, the blend of Thoneick’s acclaimed production dexterity and Doray’s longstanding penchant for richly melodious lead play make for a sinewy contender for the summer season. Although melodic Progressive House isn’t exactly the stuff of rocket science of late, the grinding bass and overall tremulous sound indicate that ‘Celsius’ is bringing something considerably fresh to the table.

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Eddie Thoneick & Norman Doray – Celsius

With a wealth of positivity surrounding the Dance music industry’s universal union, German tunemonger Eddie Thoneick and high-flying Frenchman Norman Doray unite for cross-nation stomper ‘Celsius’. Following on from 2010’s well-received ‘Tweet It’ alongside Avicii and fellow countryman Sebastien Drums, Doray returns to Steve Angello’s Size Records to aid Eddie Thoneick’s inauguration to the label with ‘Celsius’.

Despite being somewhat eclipsed by the on-going promotion for AN21 and Max Vangeli’s soon-to-be-released ”People of the Night” album, the blend of Thoneick’s acclaimed production dexterity and Doray’s longstanding penchant for richly melodious lead play make for a sinewy contender for the summer season. Although melodic Progressive House isn’t exactly the stuff of rocket science of late, the grinding bass and overall tremulous sound indicate that ‘Celsius’ is bringing something reassuringly fresh to the table.

‘Celsius’ will be released on July 23rd.

Eddie Thoneick & Norman Doray – Celsius

/Anton & Dan Carter

Having already forged three imminent summer anthems under their profound collaborative guise, Colombian House cartel turned global genre ambassador Erick Morillo and his like minded German peer Eddie Thoneick return to the new year for a highly anticipated fourth round of their undisputed reign on ecstatic EDM cuts. Never a duo to take an agile approach to vocal duties, ex-Skunk Anansie mouthpiece turned singer/songwriter Skin can be found filling the void usually taken by that of Shawnee Taylor for their inaugural outing for 2012. Originally premiered on Pete Tong’s Essential Selection, the familiar key work and rising synth leads that have struck such promising notes for their past exploits are accompanied by Skin’s diversely exotic yet surprisingly convergent melodic stylings to mark a winning formula for the first solid vocal anthem of the new year.

With Subliminal peers Jose Nunez and Harry Romero joining Erick Morillo under their new-forged big room guise of Sympho Nympho, the original is given a further injection of peak time energy and vivacious synth work to mark an invaluable extension of Skin’s induction to the club floor. In a turn for the unexpected, the daring duo ditch the cringe worthy urban crossovers to indulge in a genuinely game changing voice capable of raising the hairs on your back amid what is easily their most distinctive outing to date.

Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick feat. Skin – If This Ain’t Love (Incl. Sympho Nympho Remix) [Subliminal Records] – iTunes Link
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Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick feat. Skin – If This Ain’t Love (Sympho Nympho Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

The prolific production duo behind widely renowned offerings such as Live Your Life, Stronger and Nothing Better return to unveil their hotly tipped contender for 2012. Following a certain world premiere on Pete Tong’s prestigious Essential Selection, ‘If This Ain’t Love’ enters the limelight as Erick Morillo and Eddie Thoneick’s fourth single outing to date. Known by their affinity for unprecedented female vocalists, it comes as no surprise that their first single release in 2012 unfolds a structure quite reminiscent of its predecessors. Vocalised by the unremitting voice of Skin, stage name for Deborah Dyer, whom is primarily recognized for playing an essential role in the success and fame of British rock group Skunk Anansie, ‘If This Ain’t Love’ and its quite commercial piano lead and well-crafted baselines along with Skin’s entrancing vocals are all certain to carry the light for another prominent year for Morillo’s own Subliminal imprint.

‘If This Ain’t Love’ is set to release February 14th via Subliminal Records.

/Anton

As the Stronger original has rendered major success for Erick Morillo, Eddie Thoneick and Shawnee Taylor, being the long awaited follow-up to last year’s Summer anthem – Live Your Life, the first two remixes of the track sees the light of day. Headlined by highly rated Chuckie, with his hand picked 4th volume of Dirty Dutch Digital on the shelves, and Gregori Klosman, currently topical with the new Endless single and his remix of The Flavour, the recurrent co-producers unveil another enacting of their refined touch of dirty Dutch, gracing the astounding vocal from Ms. Taylor with a peerless beat, bringing the original to higher ground. Accompanied by none other than Tristan Garner, the Paris resident and one of the firm headliners of the new French DJ generation whom has brought himself to justified prosperity thanks to the most recent remixes of Feels So Good and Right Here Right Now and more, whom puts his bouncy and stirring signature sound upon another tune to bring further fame and ascent to himself. Representatives of Subliminal Records, the first of many remix package is now available!

Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick feat. Shawnee Taylor – Stronger (Remixes) [Subliminal Records] – Beatport Link

/Anton

The vigorous follow-up to last year’s Summer anthem Live Your Life has steadily emerged the stage lately, getting a few spins by the contrivers in question – Eddie Thoneick and Erick Morillo. Morillo’s advancement over the past decade has paved the way for the ascent of his beloved Subliminal Records and its three sublabels. As last year, Subliminal Records is on the receipt of this year’s contender from the co-producers, bringing Shawnee Taylor and her pithy voice back on board to grace the tune we most likely will be seeing quite a bit of this Summer – Stronger. The pronounced and exotic sound has been rocking the floors on dance events all around the world lately and so it seems to continue. Premiered by Pete Tong in his Essential Selection, I’m happy to announce the arrival of the long awaited anthem. A remix package is also in the works, due out later on, including versions from Markus Binapfl & Sebastien Drums, Tristan Garner and another collaboration between Chuckie & Gregori Klosman, going on the heels of their remix of last year’s hit.

Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick feat. Shawnee Taylor – Stronger [Subliminal Records] – Beatport Link

/Anton

The vigorous follow-up to last year’s Summer anthem Live Your Life has steadily emerged the stage lately, getting a few spins by the contrivers in question – Eddie Thoneick and Erick Morillo. Morillo’s advancement over the past decade has paved the way for the ascent of his beloved Subliminal Records and its three sublabels. As last year, Subliminal Records is on the receipt of this year’s contender from the co-producers, bringing Shawnee Taylor and her pithy voice back on board to grace the tune we most likely will be seeing quite a bit of this Summer – Stronger. The pronounced and exotic sound has been rocking the dancefloor of Ibiza and so it seems to continue. It’s due out on June 14th. A remix package is also in the works, due out later on, including versions from Markus Binapfl, Tristan Garner and another collaboration between Chuckie & Gregori Klosman, going on the heels of their remix of last year’s Live Your Life.

/Anton

Having scored such explicit anthems as Nothing Better and Live Your Life in 2010, Eddie Thoneick is preparing for firing away his 2011 contender alongside Erick Morillo and Shawnee Taylor called Stronger. The German is now unleashing his absolute stunning remix of highly-regarded Moby and his newly released trademarker, The Day, graced with an incredibly bubbling beat. It’s available now on Little Idiot.

Moby – The Day (Eddie Thoneick Remix) [Little Idiot] – Beatport Link

/Jesper & Anton

It was definitely one of the major ones in 2010 and a change of year cannot stop an immortal single such as this one. After having scored three packages in the name of success, Live Your Life seems to be haunting us throughout this year as well! It kickstarted off February with a brilliant funk piece fired away all the way from the UK and Dirty Freek but this tune has still not gotten enough shed of sunlight. The shooting-star from Sweden, Thomas Sagstad takes on Erick Morillo and Eddie Thoneick’s trademarker featuring the incredible voice of Shawnee Taylor and graces it with a massive, big room synth line. It’s available now on Subliminal Records, make sure you don’t miss out on this one!

Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick feat. Shawnee Taylor – Live Your Life (Thomas Sagstad Remix) [Subliminal Records] – Beatport Link

/Anton

After having successfully dropped one of last year’s most prestigious tracks, Live Your Life, the immortals Erick Morillo and Eddie Thoneick join forces yet again to grace the year of 2011 with an amazing new track, a follow-up to their previous smasher. Being chosen as the vocalist of 2010 by ourselves, Shawnee Taylor proves her capacity of scoring yet another great year with a brand new vocal for this true contender in the running for the tune of 2011, Stronger! Any release info hasn’t been revealed but one can only guess that this one’s going out from the Subliminal corner, have a listen!

/Anton

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