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Where Swedish youngster Adrian Lux has inspired eager-anticipation from the outset of his relatively short career, few of his instalments have received greater attention than belated studio endeavour ‘Leave The World Behind’. First premiered in 2010 by Pete Tong on his Essential Selection slot for Radio One, this ultimately brave nod towards one of the most enigmatic Swedish anthems of our lifetime places Lux in a studio mindset that few could have anticipated.

Opting for a more minimalistic sound scope than his more recent releases, the electronically tuned top-line from familiar mouthpiece Lune and concise mechanical stylings of ‘Leave The World Behind’ may scream sacrilege to the more devout aficionados of the early Swedish House Mafia, but his outside of the box approach is certainly a fresh one. Set to appear amid his self-titled debut album in April, Lux remains one Swedish asset who has used the hype to his advantage and set 2012 as a year that is his for the taking.

‘Leave The World Behind’ will be released on April 3rd via Ultra Records.

Words by Dan Carter

Let loose on Swedish peer Adrian Lux’s return to the forefront of his craft with ‘Fire’, Jeremy Olander’s immediate charm and studio diligence do not fall short for his latest remix endeavour. Taking a spirited approach to the original’s firm Progressive backbone, a waterfall of colourful synth play and hauntingly vivid elements of Lune’s divine vocal accolades make for this distinct yet desirable revisit to the more commercial side of the pond to that where we would usually find Olander. But ripe with those Pryda-esque moments and boasting an air of breathtaking atmospherics somewhat lost within the modern crowd of Europe’s elite, the young Swede repays his dues to the support of Eric Prydz with an affirmative nod of no-nonsense club fuel that teases more melodic lusts of Electronic Dance Music.

Fresh off the mark from his ’15 Minutes Of Fame’ slot on the distinguished airwaves of Pete Tong, the once infamous chainsaw master turned unremitting remixer Fadil El Ghoul has truly taken his R3hab moniker to unsuspecting levels. Transitioning from promising Dutch contender to universal Electronic entity has seen him bring the noise for daring remodels for Lady Gaga and David Guetta alike in a bid to give the industry’s more commercial entities a much needed kick in the ass. Let loose on Swedish peer Adrian Lux’s enigmatically popular anthem ‘Fire’, R3hab steps away from his usual onslaught of fine-tuned chainsaw madness for his most ‘grown up’ offering to date. While the energy and ferocious lead work of his usual output remain intact through out, the developing melodic weavings of his own sharp synths and Lune’s own distinct vocal stylings make for a fresh and invigorating outing for the supreme remixer.

Adrian Lux feat. Lune – Fire (Jeremy Olander + R3hab Remixes) [Ultra Records] – Beatport Link

Adrian Lux feat. Lune – Fire (Jeremy Olander Remix) Adrian Lux feat. Lune – Fire (R3hab Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

Fresh off the mark from his ’15 Minutes Of Fame’ slot on the distinguished airwaves of Pete Tong, the once infamous chainsaw master turned unremitting remixer Fadil El Ghoul has truly taken his R3hab moniker to unsuspecting levels. Transitioning from promising Dutch contender to universal Electronic entity has seen him bring the noise for daring remodels for Lady Gaga and David Guetta alike in a bid to give the industry’s more commercial entities a much needed kick in the ass. Let loose on Swedish peer Adrian Lux’s enigmatically popular anthem ‘Fire’, R3hab steps away from his usual onslaught of fine-tuned chainsaw madness for his most ‘grown up’ offering to date. While the energy and ferocious lead work of his usual output remain intact through out, the developing melodic weavings of his own sharp synths and Lune’s own distinct vocal stylings make for a fresh and invigorating outing for the supreme remixer.

The remixes of ‘Fire’ are out February 21st via Ultra Records.

Adrian Lux feat. Lune – Fire (R3hab Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

With the master of Swedish Dance music Eric Prydz firmly singing his praises, Stockholm survivior turned new school opportunist Jeremy Olander has had many a reason to celebrate over the years. Manoeuvring his sights to that of Prydz’s own Pryda Friends for three astounding outings and landing a further offering for Dirty South’s Phazing imprint, his inclusion alongside Prydz at last years momentous live extravaganza Epic Marked a considerable boasting point for the young producer with a knack for rolling with the elite.

Let loose on Swedish peer Adrian Lux’s return to the forefront of his craft with ‘Fire’, Olander’s immediate charm and studio diligence do not fall short for his latest remix endeavour. Taking a spirited approach to the original’s firm Progressive backbone, a waterfall of colourful synth play and hauntingly vivid elements of Lune’s divine vocal accolades make for this distinct yet desirable revisit to the more commercial side of the pond to that where we would usually find Olander. But ripe with those Pryda-esque moments and boasting an air of breathtaking atmospherics somewhat lost within the modern crowd of Europe’s elite, the young Swede repays his dues to the support of Eric Prydz with an affirmative nod of no-nonsense club fuel that teases more melodic lusts of Electronic Dance Music.

The remixes of ‘Fire’ are out February 21st via Ultra Records.

Adrian Lux feat. Lune – Fire (Jeremy Olander Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

A solitary spate of hard grind in the studio seems to have served Stockholm’s new-House saviour incredibly well. Already a primetime favourite amid the Axtone crowd and proving an increasingly proficient player on the European clubbing circuit, past peak-time banger ‘Teenage Crime’ alongside the lyrical mastery of Lune truly set the stage for a very special force in Swedish House music. As he prepares to drop his debut album for Ultra Records on March 7, Adrian Lux call’s upon the flawless vocal talents of Linnéa Martinsson once again for a stadiumesque romp of plunging Progressive House drops and ruthless synth-work. Setting a promising backdrop to the highly anticipated full-length outing, there is little doubt that the young Swede has become an essential injection of fresh blood into the overcrowded European House scene.

Adrian Lux feat. Lune – Fire [Ultra Records] – Beatport Link
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Adrian Lux feat. Lune – Fire

Words by Dan Carter

A solitary spate of hard grind in the studio seems to have served Stockholm’s new-House saviour incredibly well. Already a primetime favourite amid the Axtone crowd and proving an increasingly proficient player on the European clubbing circuit, past peak-time banger ‘Teenage Crime’ alongside the lyrical mastery of Lune truly set the stage for a very special force in Swedish House music. As he prepares to drop his debut album for Ultra Records on March 7, Adrian Lux call’s upon the flawless vocal talents of Linnéa Martinsson once again for a stadiumesque romp of plunging Progressive House drops and ruthless synth-work. Setting a promising backdrop to the highly anticipated full-length outing, there is little doubt that the young Swede has become an essential injection of fresh blood into the overcrowded European House scene.

‘Fire’ is set to release February 7th via Ultra Records.

Words by Dan Carter

A solitary spate of hard grind in the studio seems to have served Stockholm’s new-House saviour incredibly well. Already a primetime favourite amid the Axtone crowd and proving an increasingly proficient player on the European clubbing circuit, past peak-time banger ‘Teenage Crime’ alongside the lyrical mastery of Lune truly set the stage for a very special force in Swedish House music. As he prepares to drop his debut album for Ultra Records on March 7, Adrian Lux call’s upon the flawless vocal talents of Linnéa Martinsson once again for a stadiumesque romp of plunging Progressive House drops and ruthless synth-work to set a promising backdrop to the highly anticipated full-length outing that will no doubt delineate the young Swede’s already well-manifested reputation as an essential injection of fresh blood into the overcrowded European House scene.

‘Fire’ is set to release February 7th via Ultra Records.

Words by Dan Carter

The highly-regarded Tiesto fires away the first volume of his brand new release concept – Club Life, named after his own radio show with the same name. A massive compilation, jammed with a hot selection of released as well as unreleased tunes, that surely is headed down a successful path! The eagerly-anticipated Blessed, in which the masterminds Tom Hangs (a.k.a Avicii) and Shermanology are responsible for being the creator of this outstanding piece. It’s only the first of many this release has to offer, Tiesto’s beautiful remix of Lune’s Girls With Bangs is another admirable craft being featured in this package. Alesso’s magical work on Dúné’s Heiress Of Valentina, Tiesto’s very own collab tune alongside Marcel Woods called Don’t Ditch and Alex Sayz‘ punchy Faces are three additional tunes headlining this extraordinary release. It’s available now on Musical Freedom!

Tiesto’s Club Life – Volume One (Las Vegas) [Musical Freedom] – iTunes Link

Tom Hangs feat. Shermanology – Blessed (Avicii Edit)

Lune – Girls With Bangs (Tiesto Remix)

Dúné – Heiress Of Valentina (Alesso Remix)

/Anton

With his major hit alongside the highly-regarded Mark Knight just out and with his amazing piece alongside Marcel Woods set on the horizon, the electronic music veteran, Tiesto sets yet another tune on the horizon, more precisely his beautiful remix of Lune, whom is mostly known for being the golden voice behind Adrian Lux’s tracks such as Teenage Crime. This remix of Girls With Bangs is due to be released on April 4th through his very own Musical Freedom, have a listen!

/Jesper & Anton

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