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After several consecutive remixes, German brotherly duo Inpetto return to the original production front with their third release for Sander van Doorn’s Doorn Records imprint. In a similar manner as previous releases for the label, ‘Girls & Boys’ sees the duo delicately layer uplifting synth work and progressive chord play alongside an infectious rerunning top line. Despite the significant resurgence of perky peak timers that always do the rounds for the summer season, Inpetto prove a sever cut above the mark with yet another quality production in the name of fine German dance music.

Out June 17th.

Capping off a huge year for them both, EDX and Tamra Keenan’s ‘2 Hearts 1 Mind’ receives two strong Progressive remixes courtesy of two of the globe’s fastest-rising duo’s of late.

Rife with the strong peak time mannerisms that have ornamented their recent industry ascent, Denzal Park take the lead to give ‘2 Hearts 1 Mind’ a strong lick of melodic style to turn the vocal offering into a collection of ‘hands-in-the-air’ moments. In a turn for the slightly heavier-set domains of Dance music, Inpetto rounds things off with a remix of tectonic drops and emotive breakdown segments.

Out today on Beatport.

Denzal Park remix:

Inpetto remix:

Harbouring the same emotive resonance as previous works of theirs, German Progressive outfit Inpetto mark their return to Doorn Records with a festival-proof follow-up to ‘Yuccasin‘. But pinpointing the modus operandi that has engulfed European Dance music of late, Holland’s refined Progressive maestro Sander van Doorn steps up to don his ear to the duo’s second coming to the label, ‘Shhhh!’.

They say that three is a charm and with evocative synth play and sturdy beat work, their collective return to Doorn spells lush club fuel at its finer, suggesting that they aren’t just blowing smoke where European Dance music is concerned. Setting a canvas of Progressive beats and prancing synth play to deal a positive blow of euphoric vibes left right and centre, ‘Shhhh!’ encapsulates the peak time energy now formally associated with this Dutch/German triple-threat.

‘Shhhh!’ will be released October 1 on Doorn Records.

German Progressive outfit Inpetto has proven something of a storm amid Europe’s tough yet melodic uprising of brazen club mongers.

But having set their standard to an all time high for sturdy collaborative duties for Kaskade’s renowned “Fire and Ice” album, the duo unite with Dutch peers Sander Van Doorn’s Doorn Records to part with their latest floor filler ‘Yuccasin’. Delicate layering uplifting synth work and progressive chord play, the duos apex comes in the form of an overtly uplifting explosion of dynamic leads and steady beat work for this seemingly upbeat installment for the renowned Spinnin offshoot.

Beatport Link

Words by Dan Carter

With personal appraisal rolling in from the likes of David Guetta and Axwell, German Progressive House force Inpetto have entwined some of clubland’s most powerful moments with a delicate approach to timeless melody. Where previous Cr2 release ‘Move’ featuring the familiar vocal stylings of Max C set the tone for a future of well-oiled gems at the hands of brothers Dirk and Marco Duderstadt, their output of acclaimed remixes for such outfits as ATB, Robbie Rivera and Fragma has established the duo one of the industry’s most supple collectives to date. For their follow-up to 2011’s ‘Move’, this feel-good anthem encapsulates an energy that derives away from the familiar moody blues of winter, setting a canvas of Progressive beats and prancing synth play to deal a positive blow of euphoric vibes left right and centre. In an industry faced with countless repetitions and recycled riffs, their homecoming to Cr2 spells creative and energetic club fuel at its finest, suggesting that these supportive stars of modern dance music really aren’t just blowing smoke where this German act are concerned.

‘No More Serious Faces’ is out now.

Inpetto – No More Serious Faces [Cr2 Records] – Beatport Link

Words by Dan Carter

Led by the previously released Turn It Down and Eyes singles, Kaskade releases his seventh artist album. Unfolding a bunch of new collaborations and sounds, including those that have fuelled the American DJ and producer’s strike into progressive house to be voted the best DJ of America. Debuting his first album in 2003, it was not until the indenture with Ultra Records in 2006 that the rise of Kaskade truly took off, leading him into a placing amongst modern-day’s most highly-rated DJ’s in terms of electronic dance music. Although last year’s ”Dynasty” album was arguably his most  ground-breaking to date, ”Fire & Ice” is already seeing immensely successful charting placings acceded by the aforementioned single releases of 2011. Brilliantly divided into two discs – one for the hottest of club sounds and one for alternate, downtempo ICE mixes on each and everyone of the 10 singles featured – his 2011 album is already exceling previous year’s triumphs with a handful creative tenderings.

Boasting a craft unlike what people may expect out of a jointed making from the divine Kaskade and Skrillex, Lick It debunks an instantly memorable blend of the 70’s most ravishing disco sounds and wobbling, dubstep-influenced chords to form a momentous contribution to the evolution of electronic dance music and the more experimental records off the new double-album.

Filled with a soulful and utmostly emotional chord progression, tipped with the silky voice of Becky Jean Williams from Late Night Alumni, the Illionois-raised Ryan Raddon teams up with Germany’s probably most underrated duo, Inpetto, for the characteristic How Long.

Also armed with blistering chords in conjunction with Rebecca & Fiona’s glorious vocals to make up Turn It Down, the amazingly feel-good progressive piece with Mindy Gledhill that is Eyes and a bunch of collaborations with Dada Life, Skylar Grey, Haley and more, the seventh artist album out from Kaskade is finally released.

Kaskade – Fire & Ice (Album) [Ultra Records] – iTunes Link

Tracklisting:

Disc 1 – Fire

01. Kaskade feat. Mindy Gledhill – Eyes
02. Kaskade feat. Rebecca & Fiona – Turn It Down
03. Kaskade feat. Neon Trees – Lessons In Love
04. Kaskade & Skrillex – Lick It
05. Kaskade feat. Haley – Llove
06. Kaskade feat. Marcus Bently – Let Me Go
07. Kaskade feat. Quadron – Waste Love
08. Kaskade & Dada Life feat. Dan Black – ICE
09. Kaskade & Inpetto feat. Late Night Alumni – How Long
10. Kaskade feat. Skylar Grey – Room For Happiness

Disc 2 – Ice

01. Kaskade feat. Mindy Gledhill – Eyes (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
02. Kaskade feat. Rebecca & Fiona – Turn It Down (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
03. Kaskade feat. Neon Trees – Lessons In Love (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
04. Kaskade & Skrillex – Lick It (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
05. Kaskade feat. Haley – Llove (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
06. Kaskade feat. Marcus Bently – Let Me Go (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
07. Kaskade feat. Quadron – Waste Love (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
08. Kaskade & Dada Life feat. Dan Black – ICE (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
09. Kaskade & Inpetto feat. Late Night Alumni – How Long (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
10. Kaskade feat. Skylar Grey – Room For Happiness (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)

Kaskade feat. Mindy Gledhill – Eyes

Kaskade & Skrillex – Lick It

Kaskade & Dada Life feat. Dan Black – Ice

Kaskade & Inpetto with Late Night Alumni – How Long

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Joining in alongside the previously released Turn It Down and Eyes singles is How Long – the third single to be unveiled out of Kaskade’s forthcoming eighth artist album, entitled “Fire & Ice”. Unfolding the sound array that has fuelled the American DJ and producer’s strike into progressive house to become the voted best DJ of America. Debuting his first album in 2003, it was not until the indenture with Ultra in 2006 that the rise of Kaskade truly took off, leading him into a placing amongst modern-day’s most highly-rated DJ’s in terms of electronic dance music. Last year’s “Dynasty” album being his most ground-breaking to date, “Fire & Ice” is already seeing immensely successful charting placings acceded by the aforementioned single releases of 2011.

Teaming up with Germany’s probably most underrated duo, Inpetto, and Late Night Alumni – the dance music foursome that Kaskade is originally a part of – for How Long, his eighth artist album is indeed looking to excel its forerunner. The German brothers that, over the past few months, have stocked their shelves with releases such as Blizzard and the remixes on Violet and One More have undoubtedly shown themselves capable of keeping up with House music veteran out of Illinois as they are now picked up to collaborate with Ultra’s vital hitman. Filled with a soulful and utmostly emotional chord progression, tipped with the silky voice of Becky Jean Williams from Late Night Alumni, How Long is set to release on October 25th via Ultra Records, have a listen!

/Anton

Coming on the heels on their instalment on Spinnin Records alongside Patric La Funk entitled Blizzard, Inpetto screens a brand-new remix contender for Germany-stationed ATB’s just released Distant Earth Remixed album, taking on a single from the man in question. Releasing the wildly underestimated remix on Dinka’s Violet single in early June, the German brothers behind successful remixes for David Guetta, Steve Angello and Fragma are coming together again to release the uplifting instrumentals to One More. Graced with a ravishing vocal from American Cristina Soto, One More is remixed into one of the headliner’s of this newly unleashed remix album as the duo’s Move single with Max C is in full swing at Cr2 towers.

ATB feat. Cristina Soto – One More (Inpetto Remix) [Kontor Records] - Beatport Link

/Anton

Signed to Axtone Records with the soulful Make Up Your Mind, up-and-coming Pauls Paris from down-under is releasing another offering in anticipation for the Axtone release. Originally made by the German brothers of Inpetto, that are responsible for the immense remix of Violet, and the golden voice behind Axwell’s I Found You, Max CMove is headed towards the independant record label of Mark Brown, half of MYNC, in shape of a remix from Australian Paris. Following up the remix of Forever and with the take on Hear Me coming up on Sony’s Aussie division, Onelove, a well-shaped piano melody comes in handy for this forthcoming output from the ascending talent. It’s out now as part of the second part of Cr2’s Ibiza compilation.

Inpetto feat. Max C – Move (Pauls Paris Remix) [Cr2 Records] – Beatport Link

/Anton

Signed to Axtone Records with the soulful Make Up Your Mind, up-and-coming Pauls Paris from down-under is about to release another offering in anticipation for the Axtone release. Originally made by the German brothers of Inpetto, that are responsible for the immense remix of Violet, and the golden voice behind Axwell’s I Found You, Max C, Move is headed towards the independant record label of Mark Brown, half of MYNC, with a remix from Australian Paris included. Following up the remix of Forever and with the take on Hear Me coming up on Sony’s Aussie division, Onelove, a well-shaped piano melody comes in handy for this forthcoming output from the ascending talent. It’s due out August 25th, have a listen!

/Anton

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