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As formally premiered in episode eight of Avicii’s ‘Levels’ podcast last year, Henrik B is joined by homeland peers Niklas Gustavsson and Peter Johansson for a collaborative debut single on LE7ELS Recordings with ‘Echoes’, formerly known as ‘Voices’.

Armed with a sample from The Police’s ‘Voices Inside My Head’, the track’s somewhat cheesy undertone is not enough to draw the light away from the strong melodic properties that pervade ‘Echoes’. Despite slightly reminiscent of Arty and Matisse & Sadko’s ‘Trio’, the mix of The Police’s timeless vocal and blissful melodics makes for another firm indication that Sweden’s trend-setting Progressive House export remains as strong and influential as ever.

Out on Beatport

As formally premiered in episode eight of Avicii’s ‘Levels’ podcast last year, Henrik B is joined by homeland peers Niklas Gustavsson and Peter Johansson for a collaborative debut single on LE7ELS Recordings with ‘Echoes’, formerly known as ‘Voices’.

Armed with a sample from The Police’s ‘Voices Inside My Head’, the track’s somewhat cheesy undertone is not enough to draw the light away from the strong melodic properties that pervade ‘Echoes’. Despite slightly reminiscent of Arty and Matisse & Sadko’s ‘Trio’, the mix of The Police’s timeless vocal and blissful melodics makes for another firm indication that Sweden’s trend-setting Progressive House export remains as strong and influential as ever.

Out May 20th.

As officially premiered in episode eleven of Avicii’s Levels podcast, Swedish producer Henrik B unveils another forthcoming original release of his following the preview of ‘Voices’ late last year. This time, teaming up with fellow Swede Viktor Kannella for ‘Rise Of The Phoenix’.

Drawing on the raw sound scope we last saw him portray with 2011’s ‘Acid Rocker’, ‘Rise Of The Phoenix’ rallies a propulsive, acid-esque beat, complete with haunting melodic play and acoustic guitar riffs, providing further testament to Henrik B’s quality-over-quantity approach.

More info on the release as we get it.

As formally premiered in episode 8 of Avicii’s ‘Levels’ podcast, Henrik B is joined by homeland peers Niklas Gustavsson and Peter Johansson for a collective debut on LE7ELS Recordings with ‘Voices’.

Armed with a sample from The Police’s ‘Voices Inside My Head’, the track’s somewhat cheesy undertone is not enough to draw the light away from the strong melodic properties that pervade ‘Voices’. Despite being eerily reminiscent of Arty and Matisse & Sadko’s ‘Trio’, the balancing of The Police’s timeless vocal line and blissful melodics makes for another firm indication that Sweden’s trend-setting Progressive House export remains as strong and influential as ever before.

Out soon on LE7ELS Recordings.

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It is no secret that Henrik B has established himself as something of a beacon for Swedish House music’s promising new school contenders. Armed with robust keys, well executed builds and a haunting vocal line from Rudy, the contemporary Swede producer hits a middle ground in global House music that defies the tedium of his chart-raking peers while still playing out as universally attainable to both the club floor and radio alike.

But calling upon Dutch daredevils NO_ID for remix duties, ‘Leave A Light On’ is given an essential injection of the Axtone duos hard-hitting musical stamina from the outset. Drawing on the originals anthemic vocal line and building a canvas of solid synth work around its emotive tones, their remix transitions from piercing keys to aggressive chords with impressive technical substance. Their remodel, though invariably close to their securely established sound, is enough to place them at the heart of their genre while establishing a firm ground for the Dutch duo not only to claim their diversity amid their hometown peers, but to soar to unprecedented levels amid a European onslaught within Electronic music.

Henrik B & Rudy – Leave A Light On (Incl. NO_ID Remix) [Axtone Records] – Beatport Link
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Henrik B & Rudy – Leave A Light On
Henrik B & Rudy – Leave A Light On (NO_ID Remix)

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Words by Dan Carter

It is no secret that Henrik B has established himself as something of a beacon for Swedish House music’s promising new school contenders. In the same vein as his own workings of Adrian Lux’s ‘Teenage Crime’, Berntsson establishes himself as a stronghold for emotively charged club music with that vital punch of vivacity that the club floor beckons. Armed with robust keys, well executed builds and a haunting vocal line from Rudy, the contemporary Swede producer hits a middle ground in global House music that defies the tedium of his chart-raking peers while still playing out as universally attainable to both the club floor and radio alike.

But calling upon Dutch daredevils NO_ID for remix duties, ‘Leave A Light On’ is given an essential injection of the Axtone duos hard-hitting musical stamina from the outset. Drawing on the originals anthemic vocal line and building a canvas of solid synth work around its emotive tones, their remix transitions from piercing keys to aggressive chords with impressive technical substance. Their remodel, though invariably close to their securely established sound, is enough to place them at the heart of their genre while establishing a firm ground for the Dutch duo not only to claim their diversity amid their hometown peers, but to soar to unprecedented levels amid a truly European onslaught within Electronic music.

‘Leave A Light On’ will be released on April 23rd via Axtone Records.

0:00 – Radio Edit
1:23 – NO_ID Remix

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Words by Dan Carter

Avicii’s first sold-out performance at Stockholm’s Globe Arena proved a memorable homecoming for the Swedish superstar for both good and bad reasons. Committing the first show to his younger fans, the sold-out event saw fans as young as 13 gather to celebrate his accession to the ranks of universal EDM icon.

After a well-received opening set from Alexander Adstedt, Stockholm’s Sebjak took to the stage. Already accredited by the likes of EMI and Steve Angello’s Size Records, there was something considerably apt in the addition of hometown heretic to Avicii’s momentous return. Though the crowd were slow to open up to his initial musical manoeuvres, the solid melodic flow of his meticulous studio output was not entirely lost on the younger crowd. Leading with a host of new tracks, including the forthcoming release ‘Follow Me’, a somewhat inconsistent roar from the crowd kept the young Swede afloat for his biggest hometown appearance to date.

Captivating the crowd with as dynamic an opening as they come, Cazzette were out to show their Swedish peers just what has earned them their inauguration to the At Night family. Launching into their own remix of Dada Life’s ‘Rolling Stone T-shirt’, there was a sense of total control surrounding their expertly deployed set of heavy-handed Electro House. Pummelling the arena with Electronic cuts of a rock star persuasion, the fluttering between their bread and butter Electro cuts and inadvertent Dub Step drops was the perfect accompaniment to a set which scaled so many avenues within their genre.

There is a lot to be said for the streak of luck Tim Bergling has had of late. Where on the one hand his universal appeal has soared to an all time high, a backdrop of ill fate has followed the Swedish star. Thus when a VIP platform of the arena collapsed two-stories, taking 30 people with it in the process, what should have been a positive homecoming was promptly turned into a desperate scenario for all involved. Avicii’s set was predictable at best, but ticked all the right boxes as far as his younger fans were concerned. While the immediate roar of adoration for ‘Levels’ masked the ensuing chaos above, you would struggle to argue with the energy that ignited this 10,000 strong crowd of young fans who would otherwise be lost to the realms of Electronic Dance Music. Dropping forthcoming singles ‘Nicktim’ and ‘Silhouettes’ to the avail of a crowd who evidently hadn’t done their homework, the ardent reaction from every attendee was enough to highlight that Avicii is still an unfathomable force in Electronic Dance Music.

The cancelation of Friday night’s second show threw us promptly on to Stockholm’s Ambassadeur for an off-the-cuff performance from the second day’s supporting artists Henrik B and David Tort.With an output extending from Axtone to Defected, David Tort took to the stage ahead of Henrik B for a blast of some essential cuts from the Spanish House kingpin. Where ‘One Look’ proved to still be an instant crowd pleaser, his extended flow of Progressive vibes certainly set the scene for a promising after party given the events of the night.    Fresh of the mark from a spate of global escapades, Henrik B was on epic form for his warm-up show for the second day of Avicii’s homecoming at the Globe Arena. Diving straight in to an eclectic bag of productions from across the spectrum, his overt enthusiasm and sterling programming skills were enough to muster a considerable stir from the thinning crowds. Between his new single ‘Leave A Light On’ and his divergent take on Avicii’s ‘Levels’, there was a considerable edge of quality to his performance. Though some may have questioned the mainstream content of his after party slot, his ability to seamlessly cut between genres while still imposing a cohesive flow of floor fuel shone a light for Henrik Berntsson throughout his performance.

Cazzette – Killmode (Vocal Mix)

ID w/ Tim Berg – Alcoholic (Acappella)

Avicii – Levels (Henrik B Remix)

0:00 – Avicii – Levels starts
1:21 – Footage around 10-20 seconds after the collapse showing the guards that already ahead of the incident were on site attempting to seperate the crowdy area with the assistance of barriers.
1:48 – David Guetta & Avicii – Sunshine w/ Florence & The Machine – Spectrum (Acappella)

Tracklists:

Alexander Adstedt

01. Skrillex – Scary Monsters & Nice Sprites (Kaskade Remix) [Big Beat]
02. Stefano Noferini – My Forbidden Game [Deeperfect]
03. Calvin Harris – Awooga [Fly Eye] w/ Calvin Harris – Flashback (Acappella) [Sony]
04. Rene Amesz & Ruell – Hope [Toolroom]
05. Alex Kenji – My Oscar [Toolroom]
06. Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano – We Are [Mixmash]
07. Chris Lake – Sundown [Ultra]
08. Moguai – Mpire [Mau5trap] w/ Dirty South & Thomas Gold feat. Kate Elsworth – Eyes Wide Open [Phazing]
09. Skitzofrenix & Jeff Doubleu – Rushin’ [Sneakerz Muzik]
10. Denzal Park – Nammos [Cr2]
11. Alexander Adstedt – We’re Still Here [LE7ELS]
12. Chris Lake – Build Up (Tommy Trash Edit) [Ultra]
13. Alexander Adstedt & Alaa feat. Lina Harriette – Illusion [TopDJ]

Sebjak

01. No_ID – How R U Feeling Right Now (Michael Woods Re-Edit) [Diffused]
02. DJ Chus, Voltaxx & Lissat – Vuela Paloma (Abel Ramos & Raul Cremona Iberican Remix) [Toolroom]
01. Sebjak – Plan B [White Label]
02. Sebjak – ID
03. Afrojack & Shermanology – Can’t Stop Me [Wall]
04. ID
05. Third Party vs. Cicada – Feel [Size]
06. ID
07. Sebjak – Timeless [White Label]
08. ID
09. Sebjak – ID
10. Sebjak – Follow Me [Positiva]

Cazzette

01. Dada Life – Rolling Stone T-Shirt (Cazzette Approaching Starry Homes’ Mix) [So Much Dada]
02. Avicii – Sweet Dreams (Cazzette Meet At Night Mix) [Joia]
03. ID
04. Eric Turner feat. Lupe Fiasco & Tinie Tempah – Angels and Stars (Cazzette A Sick Halloween Mix)
05. ID
06. Cazzette vs. Chris Brown etc – Look At Me Now (Cazzette’s Ode to the Congo’ Bootleg pt II)
07. Jay Z & Kanye West – Niggas In Paris (Cazzette Bootleg)
08. David Guetta feat. Sia – Titanium (Cazzette’s Ant Seeking Hamster Mix) [F*** Me I'm Famous]
09. Cazzette – The Rat [White Label]
10. Spencer & Hill feat. Nadia Ali – Believe It (Cazzette Androids Sound Hot Remix) [Wall]
11. Cazzette – Make Some Room [White Label] w/ Daft Punk – Technologic (Acappella) [Virgin]
12. Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin – Save The World (Cazzette Dubby Steppy Bootleg) [White Label]
13. Cazzette – Killmode (Vocal Mix) [White Label]

Avicii

01. Tim Berg – Bromance (Avicii’s ‘Arena’ Mix) [PinkStar] (Intro Mix) w/ Avicii – Levels [LE7ELS] (Intro Mix)
02. Avicii – Levels [LE7ELS] (Vitzi’s Old School Intro Edit)
03. David Guetta & Avicii – Sunshine [EMI] w/ Florence & the Machine – Spectrum (Acappella) [Universal]
04. Avicii & Nicky Romero – Nicktim [Mixmash] w/ Justice – D.A.N.C.E. (Acappella) [Ed Banger]
05. Avicii – Fade Into Darkness [LE7ELS / Universal] w/ Florence & the Machine – You’ve Got The Love (Mark Knight Remix) [Toolroom]
06. Avicii – Fade Into Darkness (Albin Myers Remix) [Ministry Of Sound]
07. ID w/ Tim Berg – Alcoholic (Acappella) [Joia]
08. Alesso – Raise Your Head [Refune]
09. Dada Life – Kick Out The Epic Motherfucker [So Much Dada]
10. Dirty South & Thomas Gold feat. Kate Elsworth – Alive (Tommy Trash Remix) [Phazing]
11. Eric Turner – Dancing In My Head (Avicii’s ‘Been Cursed’ Mix) [White Label]
12. Avicii – ”ID2″ [White Label]
13. David Guetta feat. Sia – Titanium (Alesso Remix) [F*** Me I'm Famous]
14. Tim Berg – Bromance (Avicii’s ‘Arena’ Mix) [PinkStar] w/ Axwell feat. Max C – I Found U (Acappella) [Axtone] w/ Tim Berg feat. Amanda Wilson – Bromance (Avicii’s Vocal Mix) [Ministry Of Sound]
15. Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso feat. Ryan Tedder - Calling (Lose My Mind) [Refune / Universal]
16 Tom Hangs feat. Shermanology – Blessed (Avicii Edit) [Spinnin]
17. Bob Sinclar feat. Vybrate, Queen Ifrica & Makedah – New New New (Avicii Remix) [D:vision]
18. Avicii – Sweet Dreams (‘Swede Dreams Mix’) [Joia]
19. Avicii – Levels [LE7ELS]
20. Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin – Save The World (Alesso vs. Original) [EMI]
21. Skitzofrenix & Jeff Doubleu – Rushin’ [Sneakerz Muzik]
22. Avicii & Sebastien Drums – My Feelings For You [Work Machine]
23. Avicii feat. Salem Al Fakir – Silhouettes [LE7ELS]
24. Armin van Buuren feat. Laura V – Drowning (Avicii Remix) [Armada]
25. Robyn – Hang With Me (Avicii Remix) [Konichiwa]
26. Adrian Lux – Teenage Crime (Axwell & Henrik B Remode) [Axtone]
27. Zombie Nation – Kernkraft 400 [UKW] (Encore)
28. Swedish House Mafia vs. Knife Party – Antidote (Vocal Mix) [EMI] (Encore)

Henrik B

01. Axwell & Sebastian Ingrosso feat. Michael Feiner – Together (The Attic Intro Edit) w/ Alesso – Nillionaire [Refune]
02. Adele – Set Fire To The Rain (Thomas Gold Remix) [XL]
03. Lady Gaga – Judas (Thomas Gold Remix) [Interscope]
04. The Shapeshifters – Lola’s Theme [Ultra] w/ Erol Alkan & Boys Noize – Death Suite [Boyznoise] w/ Syndicate Of Law – Right On Time (2000 Countdown The Holly Digit)
05. Pendulum – The Island (Steve Angello, AN21 & Max Vangeli Remix) [Size / One More Tune]
06. Coldplay vs. Swedish House Mafia – Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall [Parlophone]
07. Swanky Tunes – Rave-O-Phonic (David Tort Edit) [The Mansion]
08. Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl feat. Georgi Kay – In My Mind (Axwell Edit) [Axtone]
09. Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin – Save The World [EMI] w/ Veronica Maggio – Välkommen In (Acappella) [Universal]
10. Avicii – Levels (Henrik B Remix) [LE7ELS]
11. Swedish House Mafia vs. Knife Party – Antidote (Vocal Mix) [EMI]
12. Henrik B feat. Rudy – Leave A Light On [Axtone]
13. Adrian Lux – Teenage Crime (Axwell & Henrik B Remode) [Axtone]
14. Dirty South & Those Usual Suspects feat. Erik Hecht – Walking Alone [Phazing]
15. Tiesto – Maximal Crazy (R3hab & Swanky Tunes Remix) [Musical Freedom] w/ Daft Punk – Technologic (Acappella) [Virgin]
16. David Guetta feat. Sia – Titanium (Arno Cost Remix) [F*** Me I'm Famous]
17. Nari & Milani – Kendo (Steve Angello ‘Size Matters’ Edit) [Size]
18. Skrillex feat. The Doors – Breakin’ A Sweat (Zedd Remix) [Owsla]
19. ID
20. Benny Benassi feat. Gary Go – Cinema (Skrillex Remix) [Ultra]
21. The Killers – Mr. Brightside (Jacques Lu Cont’s ‘Thin White Duke’ Mix) [The Island Def Jam]

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Having been inaugurated in the good books with his seminal remix for Adrian Lux’s ‘Teenage Crime’ for Axtone, the return of dignified Swedish House tune smith Henrik B alongside Rudy, the voice behind ‘In The Air’ was always going to touch upon positive anticipation amid his canvas of unpretentious Progressive House. But calling upon Dutch daredevils NO_ID to take on remix duties, ‘Leave A Light On’ is given an essential injection of the Axtone duos hard-hitting musical stamina from the outset. Drawing on the originals anthemic vocal line and building a canvas of solid synth work around its emotive tones, their remix transitions from piercing keys to aggressive chords with impressive technical substance.

Rife with the effervescent energy of their latest single for Diffused, ‘How R U Feeling Right Now’, their remodel is enough to place them at the heart of their genre while establishing a firm ground for the Dutch duo not only to claim their diversity amid their hometown peers, but to soar to unprecedented levels. Already boasting spots at Axwell’s Cosmic Opera alongside Deniz Koyu and further outings with the illustrious Swede set for Miami Music Week, their general sense momentum is perfectly encapsulated in this standout remix of a truly sound calibre.

Words by Dan Carter

It is no secret that Henrik B has established himself as something of a beacon for Swedish House music’s promising new school contenders. Already a favourite at the likes of Axtone and Musical Freedom, Henrik Berntsson is channelling the positive space surrounding himself and his Swedish peers into some of the scenes most well-endowed House anthems to date, mustering loud and positive support across the globe in the process.

In the same vein as his own workings of Adrian Lux’s ‘Teenage Crime’, Berntsson establishes himself as a stronghold for emotively charged club music with that vital punch of vivacity that the club floor beckons. Armed with robust keys, well executed builds and a haunting vocal line from Rudy, his latest arrangement of well-groomed Progressive House is an asset not only to his own studio output, but the thriving Swedish scene in which he is well and truly leading the way with quality masterfully overtaking quantity. If this is the standard set for international talent, let it B!

Leave A Light On is set for release soon via Axtone Records.

Words by Dan Carter

‘Henrik B feat. Rudy – Leave A Light On’ played at Svenska Mässan

If the Scandinavian’s choice to celebrate Christmas a day earlier than the rest of the world had never held much in the way of benefits before 2011, then this year truly rewrote the rulebooks. Boasting an already comfortable year for the reputation and influx of fine Swedish House music, a stellar cast of its home grown talent descended on Gothenburg to not only nod to one of the globes most outdated traditions to date, but tip their hats to a year that truly put the country’s thriving musical legacy back on the map.

Reaping in the essential support of Tiësto and his rising hometown peer Hardwell for latest banger ‘Crunch’, fresh-faced Gothenburgian homeboy Franz Novotny took on the task of opening the night’s festive outing of Swedish talent following a promising year for the relatively unknown newcomer. Despite being severely delayed, Novotny’s second live outing highlighted the true potential of the 18-year-old, dealing the early crowds an energetic outing of unreserved House music despite the unfortunate hiccup.

Linus Eklöw, the man behind the rising European House moniker Style Of Eye, was sure to be in true festive spirit the subsequent year of positively frenzied antics. As a self professed radical against all imaginable genre constraints and guidelines, the Stockholm based producer has gradually deviated from outright Techno to multifaceted dance floor dissipation, attracting the likes of Claude Von Stroke’s Dirty Bird and German imprint Pickadoll along the way to establish himself as something of a leader of Sweden’s new school House movement. In an energetic display of popular dance floor fillers, Eklow’s technical approach to his live set added a dimension of appeal to his already sterling reputation for live House music, using current favourites from Dada Life, Avicii and Swedish House Mafia to keep the crowds large and loud throughout his triumphant return to Sweden.

Making an unforgettable mark on James Blunt’s ‘Dangerous’ back in August alongside Deniz Koyu, Johan Wedel’s fearless approach to owing offerings has sealed him an unwritten seal as one of Sweden’s youngest budding heroes amid the scenes uncharted territories. Boasting a sharp hand for intense outings of unassuming Progressive House cuts, last night’s highly anticipated Christmas showdown marked an incredibly suitable arena for the 21year-old beat smith to strut his stuff after a long withstanding residency in Cannes. Donning an incredibly loud jacket to the night’s festive proceedings, Wedel’s enthusiastic sing-alongs and diverse range of material seemed to hit all the right notes for those in attendance at this long awaited hometown return for the promising Swede hopeful. Despite his set suffering the wrath of earlier delays, Wedel dealt a direct and energetic blow of an own re-edit alongside a host of well-received leaps from emotive builds and powerful drops, proving exactly why he deserves the attention mustered throughout 2011.

Warily balancing the realms of mainstream club mongering and earnest dissident dance floor contributions whilst keeping a weary distance from the global press, the public eye has seldom been stolen from the iconic Swede powerhouse behind some of global Dance music’s most beloved offerings. Rumoured to be an original affiliate of the country’s illustrious House mafiosa, Eric Prydz has kept his discography ticking with a hit-after-hit under the well-endowed stronghold of his musical empire, consisting of monikers Pryda and Cirez D aswell as imprints Pryda and Mouseville. Of all the Swedish stars that could have come for Christmas, there was never a doubt that the return of Sweden’s modestly spoken House appendage. In an outing of well-received original cuts from his own well-stocked discography, there were few unmoved by the original Swedish master at last night’s proceedings. Still flawless in his transitions and greeted with a wave of fist pumping homeland followers, there was little indication of Prydz’s dynamic live appeal going anywhere fast in the nights festive proceedings. Drawing on favoured classics from Daft Punk an Faithless in the process, some special cuts from the night suggest that as one hell of a year for the globally acclaimed producer ends, the one approaching promises to be nothing short of magic for this well preserved legend of European Dance music.

As another of Sweden’s young leaders that once basked in the country’s misconstrued Techno scene, Henrik B is a different breed in European Dance music’s à la mode forces. Strongly tipped by Axwell and boasting support from the likes of Tiësto and Mr. Prydz himself, his well-pitched offensive of the globes supreme outlets of Electronic music has gained him a reputation as one of Swedish Dance music’s most hotly tipped producers to date. Unhindered by the slightly thinning crowds, it was the crowds glowing reactions to renowned singalong moments of ‘Levels’ and Adrian Lux’s ‘Teenage Crime’ that truly hit home the sheer dynamics of Henrik Berntsson’s mass appeal on the global clubbing circuit. Finishing proceedings with an actively charged outing of modern bangers, Berntsson preserved the crowds into the earlier hours of the morning with little effort and a whole surge of enthusiasm. Singing off an incredibly positive night of home grown Electronic music, this highly enthusiastic final set could not have better encapsulated the warm glow of pride and excitement that surrounds Swedish House music as its players prepare to bring even more positive noise for 2012.

‘M83 – Midnight City (Eric Prydz Private Remix)’ played by Eric Prydz

Henrik B feat. Rudy – Leave A Light On (Forthcoming on Axtone Records)

Pryda – Intro ID

Avicii – Levels (Henrik B Remix)

Franz Novotny – 22:45

01. Promise Land feat. Sandy B – Never Be Lonely [Subliminal]
02. Franz Novotny – ID [White Label]
03. Zedd – Shave It [Owsla]
04. Franz Novotny – Big Bang [Vicious]
05. Sandro Silva & Quintino – Epic [Musical Freedom]
06. Bingo Players – Rattle [Hysteria] w/ Adele – Someone Like You (Thomas Gold & Mark Mendes Bootleg) [Beat My Day] (Wahlstedt Mash-Up)
07. Rebecca & Fiona – We Are Girls (Franz Novotny Remix) [Universal]
08. Avicii – Levels (Hardwell Bootleg) [White Label]

Style of Eye – 23:25

01. Marcus Price & Carli – Flaska & Bas [Universal]
02. Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin – Save The World (Style of Eye & Carli Remix) [EMI] (Edit)
03. Crookers pres. Dr. Gonzo – Dr. Gonzo Anthem [Southern Fried]
04. David Guetta feat. Usher – Without You (ID Remix)
05. Prodigy – No Good (ID Remix)
06. Dada Life – Kick Out The Epic Motherfucker [So Much Dada]
07. Swedish House Mafia vs. Knife Party – Antidote [EMI]
08. Avicii – Levels (Clockwork Bootleg – Edit)
09. ID
10. Style Of Eye – We Are Boys [Refune]
11. Zedd – Shave It [Owsla]
12. ID
13. Miike Snow – Animal (Style Of Eye Remix)

Johan Wedel – 00:16

01. Niki & The Dove – Dj Ease My Mind [Moshi Moshi]
02. Congorock – Ivory (The Bloody Beetroots Remix) [Ultra]
03. Mumbai Science – Lotus (Johan Wedel Re-Edit)
04. Fake Blood – I Think I Like It [Cheap Trills]
05. Chris Lake – ID [White Label]
06. MyBack – Was I A Fool [Mutants]
07. Deniz Koyu feat. Jason Caesar – Lose Control (Johan Wedel Remix) [Scream & Shout]
08. Denzal Park – Nammos [Cr2]

Eric Prydz – 00:47

01. Intro ID
02. Jeremy Olander – Evade [Pryda Friends]
03. Pryda – Glimma [Pryda]
04. Pryda – Creamfields ID #01 2010
05. ID
06. Faithless – Not Going Home (Eric Prydz Remix) [PIAS] w/ Faithless – Insomnia [Sony]
07. Cirez D – The Tumble [Mouseville] w/ ID w/ Daft Punk – Aerodynamic [Virgin]
08. M83 – Midnight City (Eric Prydz Private Remix)
09. Pryda – Inox [Pryda]
10. Dukes Of Sluca vs. Apollo – Mighty Love (Eric Prydz Re-Edit)
11. Eric Prydz – 2Night [Pryda] w/ Underworld – Two Months Off (Acappella) [Underworldlive.com] w/ Pryda – Melo [Pryda]
12. Eric Prydz – Pjanoo (Private Edit) (Encore)

Henrik B – o2:08

01. Axwell & Sebastian Ingrosso feat. Michael Feiner – Together (The Attic Intro Edit) w/ Alesso – Nillionaire [Refune]
02. Adele – Set Fire To The Rain (Thomas Gold Remix) [XL]
03. Coldplay vs. Swedish House Mafia – Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall [Parlophone]
04. Dirty South & Those Usual Suspects feat. Erik Hecht – Walking Alone [Phazing]
05. Avicii – Levels (Henrik B Remix) [LE7ELS / Universal]
06. Adrian Lux – Teenage Crime (Axwell & Henrik B Remode) [Axtone]
07. Swedish House Mafia vs. Knife Party – Antidote (Vocal Mix) [EMI]
08. Henrik B feat. Rudy – Leave A Light On [Axtone]
09. David Guetta feat. Sia – Titanium (Arno Cost Remix) [F*** Me I'm Famous]
10. Benny Benassi feat. Gary Go – Cinema (Skrillex Remix) [Ultra]
11. The Killers – Mr. Brightside (Jacques Lu Cont’s ‘Thin White Duke’ Mix) [The Island Def Jam]

Photo credit: Nattstad

/Anton & Dan Carter

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