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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.

Since ditching his Clashback moniker, Rene Pais has made affirmative progression under the guise of Syn Cole. Already boasting tracks for Diffused Music and Armada Music under the guise of his former alias, the Estonian up-and-comer marks a fresh chapter of his impending musical legacy with new original track ‘April’.

Following up on his remix for Avicii’s ‘Silhouettes‘, Syn Cole’s initial launch into ‘April’ is one of anthemic builds, comfortably placing it amid the realms of 2012’s influx of modern Progressive House. Rich in melodic play and his peak-time consistency, there is something distinct about ‘April’ and the heights attained by Pais’ knack for taking the familiar and making it his own.

The Main and Progressive mixes of ‘April’ are today on Beatport.

More than one year in the waiting, Avicii and Nicky Romero have finally released the finished version of their long-awaited single ‘I Could Be The One,’ formerly ‘Nicktim,’ complete with vocals from Swedish singer Noonie Bao.

Pledging the Dutch producers robust sound alongside Tim Bergling’s melodic play and incorporating a radio-friendly vocal, ‘I Could Be The One’ is a simple yet infectious track of modern, full-throttle Progressive House throughout. In spite of the vocals not quite hitting in on the epic properties one would expect from a vocal mix of this calibre, ‘I Could Be The One’ is certain to make for a wildly successful release for Avicii and Nicky Romero alike.

Update (7/1): ‘I Could Be The One’ just hit the #1 spot on Beatport.

Vocal and Instrumental versions are out now on Beatport along with remixes from Audrio and Didrick.

Since ditching his Clashback moniker, Rene Pais has made affirmative progression under the guise of Syn Cole. Already boasting tracks for Diffused Music and Armada Music under the guise of his former alias, the Estonian up-and-comer marks a fresh chapter of his impending musical legacy with new original trak ‘April’.

Following up on his remix for Avicii’s ‘Silhouettes‘, Syn Cole’s initial launch into ‘April’ is one of anthemic builds, comfortably placing it amid the realms of 2012’s influx of modern Progressive House. Rich in melodic play and his peak-time consistency, there is something distinct about ‘April’ and the heights attained by Pais’ knack for taking the familiar and making it his own.

Update: Out January 31st.

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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Fine up-and-comers amid Sweden’s world renowned Dance music export may not be a new concept these days, but newly renamed Audrio, formerly known as Adstedt, makes his debut on Avicii’s LE7ELS imprint in a bid to freshen up his country’s reign on the international scene with ‘Humans’.

A staple in Avicii’s live sets over the past few months and rife with his own, unique take on wobbly Electro House, ‘Humans’ sees him leap from hypnotic lead work to gritty beats. But on the back of synth riffs and potent beat work, Audrio emerges as one of the more sound investments to LE7ELS’ impending Progressive and Electro empire for 2012.

More info on the release as we get it.

In the wake of the long overdue official release of the original off LE7ELS Recordings, Avicii’s ‘Silhouettes‘ gets the remix treatment from an unexpected assortment of producers from across the globe.

First to bat for the remix package, newly signed LE7ELS protégé Syn Cole, formerly known as Clashback, takes the lead with a Creamfields-dedicated remix of high-pitched synth lines and sturdy kicks. But where the aforementioned Estonian builds upon the Swede’s familiar synth stylings, Swiss producer EDX and Vancouver’s Lazy Rich bring persistent misshapen chord play and bass-heavy beat work into the equation to round off the package with two heavier-set remodels.

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0:13 – Syn Cole ‘Creamfields’ Remix
0:43 – EDX’s ‘Arena’ Club Mix
1:17 – Lazy Rich Remix

Update (6/8): Extended preview of Syn Cole’s remix now available.

In the wake of the long overdue official release of the original off LE7ELS Recordings, Avicii’s ‘Silhouettes‘ gets the remix treatment from an unexpected assortment of producers from across the globe.

First to bat for the remix package, newly signed LE7ELS protégé Syn Cole, formerly known as Clashback, takes the lead with a Creamfields-dedicated remix of high-pitched synth lines and sturdy kicks. But where the aforementioned Estonian builds upon the Swede’s familiar synth stylings, Swiss producer EDX and Vancouver’s Lazy Rich bring persistent misshapen chord play and bass-heavy beat work into the equation to round off the package with two heavier-set remodels.

Due out September 5 on LE7ELS.

0:13 – Syn Cole ‘Creamfields’ Remix
0:43 – EDX’s ‘Arena’ Club Mix
1:17 – Lazy Rich Remix

With a sell-out rate of less than ten minutes and a reputation for exceeding the hysteria of your everyday European Dance Music festival, Tomorrowland has already set expectations to an all time high for 2012. In line with the affirmative excitement, this year’s event always required an aptly summery theme song.

Following up last year’s ‘The Way We See The World’ alongside Afrojack and Nervo, brotherly duo Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike extend their streak of successive festival anthems to coin the soundtrack piece for the excessive summer spectacle. In the same uplifting manner as their delectables, ‘Tomorrow Changed Today’ peaks and flows with a precise air of energy to form yet another euphoric festival set piece from the proud homeland duo. Encompassing the growing taste for Dance anthems with an array of melodic synth progressions, ‘Tomorrow Changed Today’ successfully mirrors those hands-in-the-air moments that Belgium’s world renowned Dance music spectacle has so aptly set in stone.

Update (27/7): The vocal version, featuring Kelis, was just released on iTunes.

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Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike – Tomorrow Changed Today

Words by Dan Carter

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